Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01747
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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 26, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The skies will be mostly cloudy, with a 40 percent chance of rain Hard N.w.. . . .. .. .13.
through today (Thursday, Feb. 26). m Editorial Pay*. . . . .. ...IATha
Lows expected in the SO's and highs in the mid 60's. Social Scono. . ... .5.$A
The tended outlook, Friday through Sunday, is for partly Sport.. . . . . . ..-OA .
cloudy skies and w rm temperatures. There will be; a chance of Ugali . ., . . . ., .9. t.
light showers, according to television station WJXT, In'Jackson
ville. It will be turning cooler on Sunday, with a chance of rain.SECTION Bi 12 Pag. ,
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WJXT aso: saM February, with 6.65 inches of rain, was the wettest Contract Dliput .1.
February in 17 since 1970. 30- rainfall for Obltuarl. . ;:. . .. .12BDaniby
February is 3.43Incbes.years year average . . . . . .JB

August rainfall is 8.1 inches,September 5.46 inches October 3.64 Rddl . . . . . 4BClaitldod
inches November 1.06inches December 3.08inches, 2.8 Ad. . . . 7-VB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaveninches
Now Brief.. . . . .4-H-I2B 108th
February 3.43 Inches March 3.96 inches. Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

32nd Issue Thursday, February 28,1987 USPS 002-7110
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1fItYtIe Open School Policy 'Proposed to Clay I

Basketball Tourney... ..... .. ... .,

The Starke Men's Basketball A proposed agreement for an open door ly attending KHES. The Bradford board, as of said Chairman Hall, who lives in the district u> gel together and talk (the Kejslune attendance -
League is sponsoring a big Invitational school attendance between Bradford and Clay Wednesday afternoon, had not received any where school zoning is uncertain. matter out. Instead, Hall aid, it was apparently -
tournament March 6 at the Counties was approved Wednesday after proposal for an inter-county attendance Chairman Hall proposed to send the Brad left to Clay Board support( personnelto
RJE Gym in Starke. noon Feb. 25, by the Bradford School Board agreement from Clay. ford proposal to Clay and see what kind of determine which course, ol action to take.
Game times are 7:30 p.m. and 9 and will be delivered to Clay School Board reaction it gels. Clay's atanrlls that K1IKS, with nearly 800
p.m. and on Saturday, March 7 at Chairman Jack Eckdahl. By taking the initiative with the new proposal students, is overcrowded. Clay board
11 Bradford school board members hopeto "Let's see what they do with it. It's a first members said the first responsibility is to
are some of the The Bradford proposal asks for inter- get into a posture to negotiate with the Clay step," said board member Cobby Wainwrightof Clay residents. It has also been stated by Clay
top county school attendance for all areas Board. Bradford wants to the the drawn board
AAU teams in the keep open door proposal by attorney officials that it would cost $100,000 to relieve
The championship area. starts at Keystone Heights, Highland, and Kingsley policy in the Slime as it has in the past.' Johnny Hobbs. Wainwright's motion to adopt the overcrowded conditions at KHKS, by adding
game Lake where residents currently live but cross door policy, the same as the two portables or hiring teachers aides to
9 p.m.conl""t.Saturday after the consolation county lines to attend school. "I really don't think Clay County" has an board have had in the past, was approved help, and the Clay board cannot justify that
open door policy. I think we do Chairman 40. Board member Len Schlofman was absent expenditure for Bradford students
The Clay School Board voted Feb. 12 to Rodney Hall told the Bradford board from the .
Alum Anniversary... crowded special meeting."I The matter is on the Clay School BOlli'llagenda
limit Bradford students attending members Wednesday afternoon. "If they'llsign want to drive the train. I'm tired of trying for their next regular! meeting and
The BUS Alumni Association is Keystone Elementary School to a twomilezone this, fine." to catch it when it comes along," said they discussed the controversy at their last
set to celebrate it's first anniver- from the school, and to accept no new If the Clay.. board doesn't sign the Bradford Chairman Hall, who has repeatedly said he meeting when they voted to put the two-mile
sary March 12 at the Western Steer Bradford students unless a sibling is current propsoal, ...then we'd have negotiations," thought the two school boards were supposed restrictions into cflect.

Steakhouse.The .
board of directors is scheduled _. __ ___ __ _ __ :;n .c.- .._._ .
to meet at 6:30: p.m. The general "cox T I'' \iIII J'tl 'Qi ,: 5r1
meeting is set for 7 p.m. The publicis .::: '.'\;'.' ";It.tJf.I.II" Building Permits

invited. ., .. '.. .,. .- i
"B" Books are on sale at the :.lfl,4rAiF : ,i. ,
Chamber of Commerce and Mit "I'A "
'"' wA 0 'alW. ""fJ :
chell's Drug Store for $5. BBooksare 6 : 9x J w ,'\' :I; !'I.

also available by writing to the :: 1II\tI. .: Hit $2.8 MillionSo
BUS Alumni Association C/O etf L. .,;. / .f 1 I ': :::1 .....fI"o')..if k'.1i
Bradford High School, North Tem 4 7 r n 'T,

ple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091. Add f. t. .1 d S'tr.f; :;.:DItL.!
$2 for mailing and handling.For '(C :" """" W
more information, call BUS, \ 'UYf ts. >
9646092. y't 1 Far in Jan. Feb.

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Pinewood Derby... ,r1 t A Olt

A 32 foot ramp has been built fora ill '., .atl089M by Buster Rahn total is pushing the $1 million mark,
Pinewood Derby Race by Boy 1 BCT Staff Writer sparked by a $200,000 permit to
Scout troops from all over Bradford y YTs $1,820,100 in building permits were remodel the old "Rawson Building,"
County set at the Hampton city {A issued during January, and approximately into 7 shops, and add an additional
park this Saturday, Feb. 28, from Vf t: M tDI $1 million thus far in shop adjacent to the new Winn-Dixie I
for Starke and Bradford Market Place. :
.if February
until 7 ; p
11 a.m. 4 w
five t1 ltrf County, according to Janet Turner, Permits have been issued for 9
The cars must weigh ouncesor d
assistant zoning director. mobile home, for a total of $88,027
less. The race is termed a Blue
and Gold celebration. i' ) The January total was sparked and 6 custom homes totaling
Bring a brown bag lunch. Drinks !# with the issuing of a permit to con $259,900.
available.For struct 44 apartments in an area The$575,000 Community Develolpment -
north of Bessent Road, with a total Block Grant received permitsfor
more info. phone 468-2265,
468-2458, or 468.2319.SeminarlLuncheon.. cost of $894,700.Handy $8,700, in the Reno area, and
j Way Food Stores, near the miscellaneous additions accountedfor
... :_ east entrance of the prison, at the an additional $94,480. i
corner of SR-16 and CR-225, will In 1986, Bradford County issued
"Engery Saving Techniques in remodel, at a cost of $48,000. Other permits in excess of $11 million, j
Small Business" is the topic of the commercial renovations and additions averaging almost $1 million per
monthly seminar/luncheon set at will bring thetota) commercial month. With almost$3 million in per-
O ttuan today-(Thur day, F bf26> in, permits To a total$9BO,500: said'''mils Issued: thus far iri/ 19J17, and ther- ,

the Bradford Family Restaurant.Ron Turner. many possibilities on the horizon, including
Jarnagin of the Mechanical 6 ''v Permits were issued for the con- a nursing home on the
Engineering Dept. of the U of F yy r struction of 8 custom built homes fora Gaines property and a commercial
will be the speaker in the program 4 N total of $465,800. Two of the homes venture on the Strickland property,
presented by Clay Electric will approach $100,000 each, in con Bradford County may well exceed
Cooperative. The seminars are a struction cost.Permits the 1986 level of construction.
Straight-A students at Bradford High School for the Shields and Yvonne Bobo.
project of the Starke-Bradford were issued for 17 mobile
third six-weeks grading period are (l-r): Standing in rearRobert Thorpe, Steven Thornton,
Chamber of Commerce. homes, for a total cost of $201,200. Zoning Requests...
Seated, front- Mlckl Becker, Sherri Harrell Holly Melissa Miller, and Scott Duncan.
Additions to various in
The Gaines will be
Class of 1971... the county will add $132,000 to con before the city board of adjustmentat

A meeting is set at 7:30: p.m. struction in the county, according to 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, Feb.
Tuesday, March 3, in the board records furnished by Ms. Turner. 26)), and the Strickland property is
room of the SFCC Starke Center to 8 Earn Straight-A's at BHS slated to be before the Starke zoning
plan a reunion of the BUS Class of February board usually held prior to the
1977. Although the month isn't over, the board of adjustment.

by Buster Rahn Trigonometry, Honors English II Mrs.Jim Duncan of St'.rke.' Subjectsare
Bluegrass Festival...
Latin I, Personal Fitness, World
and I.
BCT Staff Writer Chemistry
Lawtey Elementary is sponsoringa Only eight, or .75 percent, of 1,061 Jody Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geography, Band I, Honors English School Issues Due Talk
bluegrass festival set Saturday, Bradford High School students made Marvin Brown of Starke. Subjectsare 9, Honors Algebra I and Honors

March 7.Principal. stright-A's, for the third six-weeks Intermediate Weight Physical Science.
Buddy Paterson says which ended Jan. 19. Drawing and Traininf' Steven Thornton, son of Mr. and
grading period
he has 6 Team Advanced Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke. At BEA Legislative DinnerThe
already good bluegrass Seventy-one more students, or 6.69 Trigonometry Sports,
bands signed up. Dinner, smokedor percent of the student body, earned World History, Honors Subjects are World Geography,
fried mullet hot and hamburgers II and I. Spanish I, Brass Band, Life Manage- tion will discuss the I
dogs, places on the A-B honor roll. English Chemistry public is invited to attend the relationship
begins at 4 p.m. The Robert Thorpe, son of Mr. and ment Skills, Honors English 9, Bradford Education Association's between economic growth and local
music starts at 5:30: p.m. and will Straight-A Students... Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Subjects Honors Algebra I and Honors annual Legislative Awareness Din schools.

last until 11:30 or so. Seniors... are French I, Spanish HI, Physical Science.A ner at 7 p.m., tonight, Thursday Also featured will be state Senator
Proceeds will be used to rebuild Trigonometry, Psychology and B Students. Feb. 26, in the Fellowship Hall of the Wayne Hollingsworth D-Lake City
the ballfield and playground, Pater- Sherri Harrell daughter of Mr. Chemistry I, Honors English II and First United Methodist Church at and state Rep. Chance Irving,
son says.Child. and Mrs William Harrell of Physics I. The 71 "students, earning all A's and Walnut and Jackson Streets in R-Orange Park, and Rep. George
Brooker. Subjects are Humanities. B's for the third 6-weeks are, by Starke. Crady, D-Yulee. The legislators will
Find... Anatomy and Physiology, Advanced) Sophomores.., grade: The event is designed to providethe overview of the 1987

Do you know a child with a handicap Economics, Honors English 12, and Michelle Becker daughter of Mr. latest information regarding legislative session on public educa-
? several SFCC college classes. and Mrs. Leslie Becker of Lawtey. Seniors... Charles Coburn, economic growth, professionaliza- tion in Bradford County.
'Child Find is one part of the Melissa Miller, daughter of Mr. Subjects are Geometry, Algebra II, Denna Cox, Suzanne Dyal, Carie tion of teaching and quality instruc- Rich Layer, director of governmental
Florida Diagnostic and Learning and Mrs. James Miller of Brooker. Advanced World History, Band II, Foster, Kimberly Gowens, Brad tion, and an overview of the 1987 relations for the Florida
resources System FDLRS) that Subjects are Music Theory, Stan- Honors Honors English 10, Green, Sue Nettles, Kimberly Norman legislative session as it relates to Education Association/United, will
lends support services to excep- dard English 12, Tutorial Program, and Biologll Barbara Rowe, Mitchel Starl- Bradford County Schools and discuss the education reform move
tional student education programsin Portfolio I, Trigonometry, Com- Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and ing, Nathan Starling, Tammy citizens. ment, career achievement programand
a six county area: Bradford, puter Graphics and Guitar II. Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Sub- Thomason, Ruth Underwood, other FEA/United legislative
Baker, Flagler; Putnam St.Johns, jects are Geometry,Student Leadership Gregory Wiggins and Pamela Will- Featured Guests... proposals.The .
and Union Counties. Juniors... Algebra II, Psychology ingham. Chuck Mckeown, executive director public is encouraged to at-
One function of Child Find is Jason Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Honors English 10, French II and of the Bradford County tend. Call Bradford Education
identification of potentially han- Marvin Brown of Starke. Subjectsare Advanced American History. Juniors... Michael Barber, Economic Development Corpora Association at 964-5285 for tickets, $5

dicapped preschool students, and Intermediate weight traininf' Holly Shields, daughter of Mrs. Robert Boone, Jason Brown, Jen- each.
the location of children and youth Drawing and Warren Stevenson and Mr. Bill nifer Brown, Jody Brown, Kim
between birth and 21 years of age Trigonometry Team Sports Ad- Shields of Starke. Subjects are Latin Burch, Melissa Edenfield, Rick Jewell Brown Heads Demo CommitteeJewel I
who may have a handicap conditionand vanced World History, Honors II, Algebra II, Individual/Dual Kimutis, Stephanie Kopelousos,
is not receiving services. Some English 11 and Chemistry I. Sports, Geometry, Honors English Esther Martin, Carrie Musson, Lori Brown was elected resigned chairman, who is not
areas of handicapping conditionsmay Jennifer Brown, daughter of Mr. 10, Advanced American History and Sapp, Angel Spell, Rosalyn Taylor, chairperson of the Bradford County related to her.Attorne .
be speech language, hearing, and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Phvsics I. James Trickel, Lisa Tierney, Joy Democratic Executive Committee,
vision, learning behavior or Subjects are Typing I, Beginning Freshmen. Vellenga/ and Pam Zurfluh. Tuesday, Feb. 24, to replace resign- Johnny Hobbs was I
physical problems.If Weight Training. Advanced World .. ing chairman, Terence Brown. She elected to fill the vice chairman posi-
you know of a child who may History, Food and Nutrition, James Duncan, son of Mr. and (See Straight-A's..P,2Ai will serve the unexpired term of the tion, formerly held by Jewel Brown. II I

be contact I
handicap -i
at (904) 3288811in -

Bostwick.FDLRS/Child Putnam FL County 32C07.Upcoming.Find or., P.O.write Box 159, Jobs Groups Put Weight Behind 2nd Nursing Homeby I

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Buster Rahn Position Explained... owned, it will go on the tax roll at Development .Corp. President J.E. exception by the Board of Adjust-
of Starke
The City zoning boardis Tomlinson. ment of Starke which will meet at 7
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, BCT Sun Writer The two jobs oriented entities regular rates. p.m. tonight (Thursday, Feb. 26)).
Feb. 26, in city hall. Full support of a second convales- preface their commitment and FCC Notes... The Gaines property is already
The Bradford County Commis- cent home for Starke has been an- dedication to the goal of creatingnew Almost 50 percent of BradfordCounty's Druash said FCC currently has 13 zoned R-2A, a multi-family
of Com- labor force must find work
sion is set to meet at 9:30 a.m. nounced by the Chamber jobs and improving economic nursing homes under construction in classification which allows con-
Monday, March 2, in the county merce and its affiliate, the Bradford opportunities for all Bradford Coun- outside the county It is incumbent, local Chamber that all Florida, the nearest in Gainesville, valescent homes under special exception -
courthouse on N. Temple Ave. in County Economic Development ty citizens. sources say. Hilliard and Ocala. 'The manage- No. 5.
Starke. Corp. Health care facilites are sound, resources be utilized for creating in- facility will be
ment of the proposed
The City Commission of Lawtey A published position paper on the clean economic developments, re- county jobs, the Chamber says. an experienced management company Other Request... _..
is set to meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, proposed second convalescent home quiring extensive capital) outlay, and 'Therefore that Byron Terwillegar will seek to :
states the narural
jobs, and a large an- position nursing home
providing many
March 2, in city hall. In
Starke acknowledges full supportfor "We endorse the ment of rezone 5 acres, located north of
The City Commision of Starke is the project, and explains the rationale nual payroll, they say. Payrolls cir commitment paper of the FCC to establisha areas. The management company Bradford Hospital, from RIA to Bl.
set to meet at :hail.m. Tuesday, in making the decision. culate In a community almost 3 in Bradford We has achieved numerous "superior' a classification allowing a medicalcomplex.
facility County. encourage -
March 3. in city times, creating additional incomefor to consider the ratings in facilities under Its control ,
The Board of Governors of the businesses and individuals.The everyone
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- Chuck McKeown spent Tuesday. need for additional beds in the positive long range benefits this will said Druash. The property north of Bessent
merce is set to meet at 12:15 p.m. Feb. 17, in Tallahassee, talking with area has been certified by a state have on our community. The Starke- Last Hurdle.. Road and east of Bradford Villas I
Lot No. of
Thursday, March 5, In the SFCC Mark Druash, vice-president of agency, and FCC will back its con- Bradford Chamber o Commerce and Druash said "FCC I Is currently with Bradford access Villas.through 10
Starke Center board room. Florida Convalescent Centers Inc. fidence in the survey by locating a the Bradford County Economic seeking a variance of zoning on our '
The City Commission of Brookeris (FCC). Pruash repeated to convalescent home in Starke. Development Corp welcome these property." Druash told The F.W Strickland is requesting a
set to meet Tuesday, March 10, McKeown essentially the same In- The proposed home will contain new jobs and economic benefits" Telegraph/ an agreement has been zoning change for the back portion of 'I
two lots on US-301, from R-1D to B3.
at 7:30: p.m. formation he had given The '40,000 sq. ft.,at a cost of$3.5 million.It signed to purchase the L.M. Gaines contains
The City Commission of Hampton Telegraph earlier: FCC is committed will employ approximately 85 per The letter was written over the family property, 4.64 acres, on The parcel approximately I
ft. and located
and convalescent with annual payroll of $1 of Chamber President SR-100S at Alligator Creek in Starke, 18,000 sq. are near
is set to meet Tuesday, March to build operate a sons, an signatures the old Barber "
"Morgan Shop
10, at 7 p.m. home in Starke. million. Since it will be privately Ray Norman and Economic subject to approval of the requested


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Judge Fagan Sides with County on Jail Improvements Issue

Judge Oscee Fagan said at a court told Bradford County commis- has been spent. Costs were held 11 wasn't just KUUIIIK oil the hook The 2-story Bradford jail has 27 most inmate sleep has not iml a
hearing ho will not close the Bradford sioners he hat) .been under DOC down by using Inmate labor from that tickled Sheriff Reddish. It was beds to a 'legal capacity of 20 bellsAt formal Though ruling Fagan county attorney Keg-
County jail nor force the hiringof pressure to hire double staff to care Department of Corrections. the way Judge Fagan put it after the issue in the hearing was the gie Flynn and jail inspector: Saw
more iaile rs. for women prisoners. The county tour. number of employees on dul)'. Inspector hoth said the ruling mould clearly! he
has made spent some$15,000 in making Sheriff Reddish has contended all Fagan announced that instead of Jack Sapp said regulations against. the stale
Judge Fagan's written ruling from all the improvements DOC requested along it is not economically feasibleto seeking injunctions against the jail require one jailer on each floor at all
the Feb. 19 hearing is expected late except the extra staffing double the jail's staff for nn occasional Department of Corrections Inspectors imes to ensure inmate safetyfrom The DOC action wasn't based on
this week and until it is receivedsheriff's for women woman inmate. Reddish uses should send Reddish a letter of each other primarily. any perception that the jail was
personnel don't know exactly Improvements include a new steel additional women jail employees on commendation.Since grossly unsafe,Sapp said, but cm attempts
what {it will say. But the ruling outside door and, stairway from a call-in basis when a woman Is in jail inspections enforcing After midnight and at some other to enforce "the letter til the
follows the tact of Thursday's court upstairs in case of fire, and a jail, and there is a separate cell for strict regulations have sought, and times during the day the Bradford law
women. generally gotten, improvements in jail has only one person on duty.An
hearing, it could men a lessening of changeout of passage way and ,
And -
if the satisfied
device allows judge e jailis
"I was tickled to death, said many of the state's jails. But some electronic listening
pressure from the Department of storage hollow core doors to metal
Sheriff Reddish after the hearing. small counties, such as Bradford, the jailer-dispatcher downstairs to in substantial compliance' Sapp
Corrections to force upgrading of fire proof doors to comply with the
said he is not unset nHml it
Judge Fagan, recently assigned to has had a hard time meeting state listen in on the upstairs area,where
rural all Florida. fire code. The received
over state county
Sheriff jails Dolph Reddish has $13,000 from the state for jail improvement Bradford County cases, took a tour mandated regulations in jails that . .. .. .. . .. . .... -. -. -. .- -. .- -..- -. ....
repeatedly over the past several has a few years'neo: and that of the jail during a recess house only a few inmates. '
Hours 1:30-5:30: M-F
:30-4.00 Sal.5D'W.CallSl.llel J 0 A nn s .

I Band Wins 32 Solo, Ensemble SuperiorsMembers ((90')""- 541 Sltei-itllillJ Cifl Shop -,

Don't be disappointed!
of the Bradford High Those scoring superior ratingswere Kline, Becky Poore, Amy Nagel), Others participating were Dale The is in and going fast. We have pop com bowls,
Band earned 32 superior ratings in : Christy Meyers, Claudine Greenly, Cassels, Pam Carter, Jennifer pottery
the District III Solo and Ensemble JS LL Band: Robert Boone, Sheila Wanda Mueller, Erika Banks, Dodge, Eric Lane, Melinda Powell, grease jars, honey pots and butter holders. Only 3 um-
festival of the Florida Bandmasters Stewart, Noy Srivibul Sherry Mat- Angela Forsyth,and Shannon Wolfe. Kim Johnson, Debbie Browning, Check out our February Sale Items!
Association.The tox, Scott Duncan, Paul Coleman, Saxophone quartet: Robert Boone, Angela Davis, Karen Black, brella stands left.
Paul Bawek, Doug Fertig, Kim Sheila Stewart, Noy Srivibul and Michelle Hendrix, Charlette Terry, Sale ends Saturday.: February Ztfth
competition took place Saturday Gowens, Tim Weir, Kevin Cogdill, Scott Duncan. Kenny Clark and Steven Thornton.
Feb. 21, in Gainesville. "The Lottie Cole Karen Hodges, Micki Flute. trio: Carl Foster, Micki "We Appreciate Your Patronage"cornFOITIL
band is to be congratulated for the Becker, and Carl Foster. Becker, and Kim Lee. Participating in twirling activitiesat
manner in which it represented Superior soloists: Shaun Schmidt, Gainesville High School were
Bradford County," says Bandmaster Jazz Pancrrs: Sheila Tew, Audra Carl Foster, Micki Becker and Kern Allison Archey, Beth McKinney and
Butlriv Ball. Brantley, Lily Burgess, Tonya Fillvaw. Aimee Ferguson.

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... Tangela Bass, Hodge, Karen Hodges, Kimberly Freshmen... Link Bishop, Johnson, oiaiey Jones, Dewite
Shawna Blom, Kim Bosier, Audra lt-e. Jeffry Moody, Wanda Mueller, Michelle Crabtre, Chad Crafton, Knowles, Daniel Moss, Wayne Let
I Patrick, Jason Pilcher, Laymon
Norman Douglas, David Dunlap,
Brantley Susan Crawford, Julie
Ferguson, Kemberly Fillyaw, Kristen Pfenniger, Barbara Smith, Eric Griffis, Cindy Harris, Melissa Rupe, Rolland Shafer, Franklin WARREN'SHeating
Thomas and
Starling Cheryl Alyssa
Alisha Gruen. Christi! Harrell. F.ric Noy Srivibul and Tammy Tatum. Hislop, Doug Holland, Kimberly Wessells.

I HX Deadline Extended to March 2 & Air Conditioning

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Since March 1 falls on Sunday, the homesteads mis memoes, tax widows exemptions, and tor Plumbing & Elec. Service
deadline to file homestead exemp- agriculture exemptions. PUBLIC NOTICEThe
tion applications with the property Anyone filing for the first time for
I appraiser's office will be extended homestead exemption on a mobile help you with their
through Monday, March 2, accor.di.g home must have a current mobile ,North Central Florida Regional Planning Council
to Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. home registratior: Alvarez says.
announces a public meeting to which all interested per- Complete Sales & ServiceHeat
sons are invited regarding the draft of the Comprehensive -

Custom Home Builders Regional Policy Plan required to be prepared by
Chapter 186, Florida Statutes. Pump Specialist

Building or RemodelingBaths DATE: March 4, 1987 All Makes of Air Conditioners

Kitchens Add-A-Room TIME: 7:30 p.m. wCfG and Heaters

or Come See Our New Log-Sided Home PLACE: John R. "Jack" Durrance Auditorium S Fuel Oil & Gas Furnaces
Alachua County Administration Building

Gainesville Florida 964-7230 2697706Starke
Call 964-7230
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I It was a Gull-Washer,, But No Record Breakerby I Attention!!! '-. --: .

Buster Hahn water when the Sunday rain came. fell in the Green acres subdivisionover ed by The'Telegraph..
IK'T Staff Writer Bradford groundwater level at the: the weekend.Mrs. Although traffic officers in SPRING SlIPPER
It was a regular old Bradford end of January was 60.37 ft., com X.M. Smith recorded 5.0 Inches Jacksonville reported a tremendous-
County gully-washer,but the Sunday pared to an average level of 58.60 ft. in the Saratoga Heights sectionof increase in
(evening ram, Feb. 22, didn't set any The historic all-time record was town "fender-benders"because of the OWNERS
records, despite being the topic of 68.35 in October, 1960. SRWMD said -V.H Ferguson reported 5.5 inches rain Starke Police Department
many consersations this week. water levels were higher in the fell northwest of town, on SR-16W. reported only one minor accident SAVINGS
Although it is wet, and water Is western part of the district, which US-301 flooded a two-block length, during the time and it may not have PrcSeasoaTuseBp
standing in low areas the rainfall extends to Madison County. The south of Pratt St. Sunday Evening, been weather related.
did not set new records according to eastern section which includes with several automobiles drowning- Old timers can remember 1941, Special
information from the Suwannee Union and Bradford counties the out In the high water, leaving occupants when the Suwannee River floodedthe EVENT
River Water Management District groundwater levels were nearer to to wade out. US-301 floods Fannin Springs area and ran 5
(SKWMU). normal. because the drainage pipe just southof ft. deep over highway US-19 and /:1. Free pick- r p and
TV Station WJXT(Channel 4) said Florida Forest Service reported a Pratt St, cannot handle the delugeof which runs through Dixie County. '
Wednesday at noon that this is the total of 3.09 and 3.40 inches of rainfall water. The drainage pipe emptiesinto The Gainesville branch of Eli Witt ATTACHMENT delivery oa al!
wettest February in 17 years since at two fire towers, but local peo- an open ditch in Saratoga Cigar and Candy Co. chartered an
1970. Rainfall totals over inches so ple reported substantially/ more rain Heights and eventually makes it airplane and flew merchandise into NO DOWN PAYMENT Snapper riding
far this month; the 30-year averagefor for the two day period Saturday and way into Crosby Lake. Alligator communities west of the river since NO
Feb is 3.43 inches. Sunday Creek ran over the bridge on Laura all of the Florida bridges over the MONTHLY PAYMEN1 mowers How thruDurlngSSNAPPERsASpdng
The ground was already full of Mac McKinley reported 4.5 inches St., according to information receiv Suwannee were under water.


I Compromise Reached with Mobile Homesby Savings best 1JAPPERvalues Event.you o&ever the)

'Purchase a Rear Tine later
at regular retail price and CeaaKowtrSkatt
Buster Hahn the north plot in conformity with existing 1/2 acre lots. To rezone the whole O'Neal said the length of time posedno receive, your choice of a .Blarf
BCT Mat WriterIn classification RSF. The two parcel would allow 9 units even problem for the zoning office FliCE ptlachmenl listed *
custom built single family though the Yates declared their in- staff, but reiterated there would be CeaalkF2trGraaM!
a compromise opposing property below Ask about our con
owners agreed to allow two residences will be occupied by Mr. tention to put only two units on the no permit issued until legal boun- vallentSno
mobile homes on the back of lots on and Mrs. Yates in one, and Mrs.Yates' land. daries are established.Both SNAPPCR tleolerodoyl CItMp 01
Speedville Road (SR-21B) and due mother in the other home. sides agreed to change the your CbIIp S'" n.c
request to read "a strip of land on
west of the .a wlUl
course., Keystone. Heights golf The second parcel for which Atty. Brown told the zoning board the on the eastern side of the parcel AIJ. II Fittings
is lies adjacent that houses outnumber mobile approximately 396 ft. long not to exceed S NAPPER
rezoning being requested, fiJ. IZIlalsllefts
to the first parcel, due south homes in the area 20 to 1, and 115 ft. wide containing no more
The agreement keeps the two I fronting on Speedville Road. The request therefore, it is not a "mixed area" than one acre." A rii vision ol Fuqua lndush.os UjntlnfccsMdBdlUdnTkratffiLkiat
mobile homes off the road frontageat is being made to accomodatetwo as required by law to be rezoned for With both sides in agreement, the ;>,.
the request of Sarah Wood mobile homes. zoning board approved the request, *
mobile homes for the Yates tl
represented by attorney Terrence and will recommend the rezoning of 1 .....
children, at some undetermined ;h Mint Cart wtter
Brown who 463 across r
owns acres
the parcel to the board of ,
future date.OIIOsition. "Just follow the law, Brown told county ..
the road. 'o' Strife Tire ft
the board commissioners, which will hear the ] Battery
case Monday, March 2. 47
The reached A member of the Wood family indicated ----
compromise was by Brown.. and
Atty Brown was conciliatory,
after the county zoning board heard Attorney Brown, Ms. suggested his clients would possibly he would meet with the com- ,. $2995
Ms Zenaida Yates' request to representing missioners to oppose the recommen-
Sarah Wood and family, spoke in opposition agree to rezoning a smaller parcelon dation by the zoning board. -
rezone 4.9 acres the Speedvillearea
the back side of the 4.9 in .
to the rezoning petition. acres :
RSF (near single Keystone family residential) to Brown told the zoning board that Ms order to accomodate the Yates family Board of Adjustment... 1''i I ,. !!!" ffw Parts
Sarah Worn! 4fij I IfRtl
'II Authorized
owns Your
acres directly U
: Factory
RSF-MH (single family residentialbut Only two of the five member boardof .
across SpevdviJIe Road from the
allowing mobile homes on Compromise.. adjustment were present, there 1. Pans& Service DealerSTARXE
Yates property, and they did not (!;{ f.
minimum half-acre lots). Attorney was no quorum to hear Charles and
want mobile homes located in the Darrel O'Neal, county zoning W !
Brown pleaded to deny the petition. Sharon Fisher's request for an exception .
immediate area director, said it would be possible to two horses
to keep on their
modify the request, and reduce the property.The F8WEREfglPMEHT
Atty. Brown said this Is the third area to 1/2 acre per mobile home
Yates .. fishers were asked to returnat ''
Request. time in three years he has opposed but the properly will have to be CUl1lVAoa_,_.. .11t35
John Withers presented the petition mobile homes before the zoning surveyed and the legal description 31,the to next regular their meeting. March and ...m.'u..owu IMMM...C5 t5
for his mother-in-law Zenaida board, in the Speedville community. entered, prior to issuing a permit for agreed to do so. 2 VEMIMITtD VMUMANty 43* S. VTalnt StarfctSC445S8
Yates. He told the four member zoning Brown contended the rezoning of 4.9acics mobile homes. Board members
Spyro Drivas .
board that Yates owned two puts the parcel into a "com Mrs. Yates agreed to having the Morris Carter and Mark Harden-
parcels of land on Speedville Road mercial category" since the laws survey made but would not set a brook were absent.
and planned to build two houses on piovidp mobile homes can be put on dale for having\ the work done. I

Green & Welch For the Best Price on 1 r, '

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1986-87 BUDGET _

The proposed operating budget expenditures of the City of

Hampton are 18.3% more than last year's total operating ex- XLT's IN STOCK CREW CABS ((4x2 & 4x4)) 191 STICK


.. The City of Hampton has tentatively adopted a budgetfor ,

Fiscal Year 1987. A public hearing to make a FINAL c

DECISION on the budget was held on September 8, S ,

1986 at Hampton City Hall at 7:00: p.m. 4x2

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The following is a summary of the City of _______

Hampton Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending September

30, 1987. -- .

Bumpers lM. Minors:
Tu-Tone Paint 1
Air Conditioning
Total of 60/40 Seats
Category : Tinted Class
5 Speed O/Drive
All Funds
Tach $8,9950D


General Fund . .:*. '\:' .'.. ::, . .: $88,868.00 USED SPORTY CARSGeneral

Fund Carryover .- "'fl'P' .. .' .. .' .. . 7,211.00 -

.96,079.00. ; I miles ..... ...... '12,915

Administration i i . . .. '. .:.'.. : .r . 85 911 T arza

Fire Department . . . i/>. : .' .. : . 3,000.00 87 Z28 IHOC e M, Q0- Leather.BBS Wheels.Turbo '32 91i
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.. a e TaiI.NewS58.500.. .. ,
Recreation Department . . .. ..... ?': . . 3000.00 5.7V-8)List21.600.( ) ,
Sanitation Department . . : .-. .'.-.*;,..:.. . 4,200.00 88 Ficro SE --. 84 Z28 Crararttlji I
Total . . . . . . . .... '._:. . 43561.00 Sunroof.6cyl..ca5S. .-. B, ISO Auto.. Loaded New ....._. 1,9H
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Street Department . ... .' . . VJ'*".'/.J. T. .V./ 30,822.00 TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Police Department . . '. .' . '... . .J' 21695.40. '
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Starke Rotary Club this week joined the 'William.Jomrmgs,.>Sittnttiw dtdhasrdhtatt )Off STARKE ROTARY MEMBERS, some in beards and derbys, pose for picture in
distinguished ranks of clubs that have held its chartertnelIlberl: 1L.tGme( )lIIhttttllWl'l>..amitCJi. I
front of Garden Restaurant during the 1957 Starke Centennial Celebration.
Howell) t1nr
charters in Rotary International for 50 years.In Nlanwnntint witm wens all

Charter:TVesentetion tfaanaiffil am Btb. 25, 0E7;
his message to the club,commemorating this And are still JtetweenumUHEEb ttte-altitb IlK row(t-r)j Dr.A.Y.Covington,Telfair Long,Jack Trawick, Thomas, Sr., W.S. Sibley, Lex Green, (unidentified).
event, President Dolph Reddish said, "For 50 Iha Harris Harry Hatcher, George Patten Frank Beard. AI 3rd row: Sheriff P.D. Reddish, (unidentified), Bill Haas. Bud
years this great Rotary Club of ours has con- .A] Crosby ichatrman off ttte lth.Anmwaraary Crraby.Clyde: Sinclair.James Lewis J.R. Kelly, Tom Slade. dy Bishop, Guy Andrews, Bob Mullins, Harry Rabb, Don
tributed to mankind throughout the free world. observance,;j' ,rtad1 B3gIImul1 mgnmi..a0 that Znit row:: Ted Connell Beecher Payne, Dr. Lloyd Jennings, Kokomoor, Lou Hilendahl, (unidentified), Larryktibson. Arch
The sphere of Rotary has no boundary; therefore, Wednesday ,mimnanmuttine the event.. Freeman Register Herbert Ritch. Theron Yawn James A. Thomas Jr., William McAliley, Gene Matthews, Howell
there is always more to do and more to learn. and 'distributed a snuwenrr porno to aaolti Griffin* Bob Edmondnon, Tom Nolin Harmon Morgan, Arch Nasworlhy.
Rotary continues to be a live, growing force in our memberandpeBt.IUoJb: ( ) :,gIW4r.a
community, state, nation, and the free world." history'or1bel1l! ; DoBsenwaetoi AC the- initial and
the tcommunt ff.Bfit atiffiiHZK amt1 ff&ull l Haras ceremony banquet W.H. (Bill) Graham men's Jos. E. Wilson, insurance.The .
District Governor charter 50 District Governor wear.
Special tribute was paid by Fellows of1belll! biBWIJIDImJ&1I1ttmnetJiTORiA1S years ago
Millard Davidson presented the charter to L.A. Gray, education.W.H. .
Joseph E. (Joe) Wilson, the first club first project undertaken by the new
president, in the presence of Rotary wives Hart, retail furniture.Dr. club was sponsorship of Boy Scout Troop

and::representatives from ten surrounding M.B. Herlong, physician.C.A. 70. Throughout the years it has also stagedthe
club. The-Starke club was sponsored by annual Rural-Urban Day dinner,open-
Gainesville Club, with Gordon Powell Knight, Tax Collector.T. ing event of the Bradford County Fair. It

and: Dr: Ballard Simmons serving as Frank Landrum, lawyer. has also promoted programs for local 4-H
and FFA organizations. Since 1980 it has
special agentsof the District Governor in Henry A. Manassa, motion pictures. granted 20 scholarships to students from

the organization work. Eugene L. Matthews, publisher BUS to attend Santa Fe Community College -

Charter meTIhPrs of the club and their T.K. McClane and has sponsored five Rotary Foun-
agriculture agent.
classifications 1937 were: dation Scholarships for students to study
Court Martial Could Open Way .It W. Andrews, Jr., car dealer.M:1i' C.H. Nasworthy, retail grocer. abroad. It now has a total of 26 Paul Harris
Fellows, and participates in the Polio Plus
: : Brown, lawyer.Dr W.P. Smith, stave mill. program that seeks to eradicate polio

: .I.W. Brownlee, dentist. Nat Sternberg, dry goods. worldwide. The club also contributes to
For Col. North to TestifyLieut. XH. Carlisle many community projects, such as the
retail hardware. A.J. Thomas
Sr., court clerk. Starke Center for Santa Fe Community

0.P" Carpenter, pharmacist. N.D. Wainwright, Jr., Insurance.H.C. College, the Send a Book to College drive,
and has sponsored a new club in Lake
L.F Chapman, prison administration. Wall, insurance.
Col. Oliver North, the"national As:the OR1TIP1 atBBnDuttejjifitittB3tofies Butler. I

hero" who said he was eager to testify"at the case:: Iresiiitufiluatielydbe

the right time", is now trying to Constitution, us
block the investigation of the Iran- the armed if drees sod nrnHjv: iin llgbtt aC ..,..,., -- 1 ;.;;
'Contra fiasco by a special independent proven TJmniJtl; | ..**! t (int&ir tftff 4.t k.H"S l ri' h' 1 I tt

counsel on grounds that it violates the secretory: m the]k'aaty th Bmng gpneraJJ] It II t Ira

constitution. couri martial: : : gntinnittiii agBnstt r I I

either tor:both r.men I j
Col. North, who by-passed the Con- ).c, t )
If a EDurtonHrtiiBn: J i is omltoedt: tI2 ? r''
stitution in more ways than one in the
atuttmraatril I std to
defendants: are fry
conduct of his in
one-man foreign policy ;
.tbm1.use. itimnirnry" and
grant : T
Central] America and the Middle East,
now seeks to hide behind the Constitu- them:ID:testify jr

tion to avoid testifying to the facts.If The granting off amrita jrrnrnnnEy by fear atcourtnimtia1atmtildpultalllDtt'Cltsdl ,

he succeeds in his obstructionist efforts dants :to ;go xnnl-Brns among: to r

there is still one way that he mightbe Goldberg. (Other tpamnmue Cuuun: : atheir t r(;

forced to testify-a way that has been sources, :may escuttihtiii iII gjiJl conduce

suggested by Arthur J. Goldberg, a on :their part, SBXS& IK arnmsffiaolte im i ;

former associate justice of the U.S. court-martial: prDOfiKflnjgE: grnrninaJ ; _

Supreme Court.Everyone prosecutions.The *' 't ;.

court martial {pnHrariiniffi would! ,

agrees, even President relieve:>oh tthe ff EBittatt ami!tttar Reagan, that it is essential to bring out "
of:IheajeedlDseEHm: : : lEW immunBty" -
gress ;
all the facts of the Iran-Contra debacle -- 'i -
;in carder riD si alt tthe tnuttiu
as soon as possible. Mr. Goldberg offersa
solution by pointing out that both would accompush tthe :*imn* result oJr Starke Rotary Honored... Charter Members Recognized...
getting at !tthe Smtts wiiflnutt endless
Poindexter and North are still on active District Governor Bill Jennings presented Rotary PresiCharter Member Gene Matthews and Howell Nasworthy,
duty in the military and therefore sub- delays. drat Dolph Reddish with a certificate from Rotary Internawere presented with bronze plaques by President Dolph Red-
ject to military law. Honat honor of its 50 years of "Service Above Self" to the dish, commemorating their 50 years of membership in the
Mr.Goldberg's srig stSiim off ai cnurtr- Starke community. Starke Club.

On the basis of evidence already martial for CUWET as; weJJJ as;

brought to light by the Senate In- PoindexteJaamiid 1yWCUidsai County Agent's Notebook
telligence Committee and by Attorney way 1 'Mi1fuJuJ: By Bobby Taylor

General Edwin Meese, there is probablecause sacrificing Sth AT"*.nfrm rtt mgttftfi,andiwithoutsrnggntgmUtttheaf!

to believe that both men violated < It!* the time of year to do some spring
clippers, for smaller branches.
several Federal statutes. This showingof fair for. :famnntthEdiraij 4fD1T..d: cleaning:: in your landscape, and that Hints for Pruningthe Shears will crush pruning and mangle larger bran-

"probable cause" warrants a court- deserves caitJill:: namental plants- Usually, you prune land- plant will recover. And, even the small bark when they fall. Make all
and Wiiite IHhuHlP sure cuts
martial tt!
Goldberg Congress
says. scape plants to get rid of unwanted growth, branches which obviously have been killed are smooth and flush with the
to benefit the part of the plant that remains should be left on the plant until spring. branch or trunk. Jagged edges remaining invite In-
after pruning., and to improve the appearance They help protect the plant against further sect and disease problems. Finally, be
Florida Officials Live It of the plant. Pruning isn't the cold damage.Use sure to use pruning paint on all cuts more
Up must complicated thing in the world. But, hand shears and loppers, not hedge than one inch across.
its! important to do it right.
of LobbySix IE you.don't prune properly your landscape -
Expense Lottery i iI I could plants-. This won't week grow I'll or look describe as good some asthey Forestry in Bradford County ,

fHtuatinna where Drumnff is necessary,,and_
Florida legislators enjoyed a this ,occasion. aftreafiy aaife gaming; talk about the best times to do it. u.
round of wining and dining in California equipment: six states,auk: wmmitf:: lilts Rain Slows Tree PlantingWettest Bradford Uy )Ueda W. Norton
The-most obvious time to is if a County Forester
last week, hosted by companies hopingto to add Florida ID the Haft. plant has dead weak, or damaged wood,
winter on record for this area in deductible). Subjects covered will include
cash in multi-million dollar
on profits or-wood that may be infested with insectsor
10 ?That be the
just might case as we
from Florida's new lottery,approved by Itwill beimp YD3heluin) i1laQe rimre a disease. When transplanting trees, had years another two to four inches fall in this land changes tax affecting reform the ownership of forest

the voters in last November's election. this year loecide wfottt: t&geaff) Ihtdery- prune the foliage to balance the top of the area last weekend. I'm glad I'm not tryingto ventories, depression, shrinking in the softwood agriculturesector In-

lawmakers related ;games will !the iiintHtwrfl: on: the: plant With its root system. Rejuvenateolder plant trees in this weather. No cause for and a move towards a global forest
The were a plants yourlandscape by
among pruning
alarm, I was told Sunday by a reliable
number of officials invited to a conven- public when toe Qnlrtar is inuui to: ginlate away some of the old stems and branches. source that the prayers we made for rain products economy.:, According to the tigen-
tbisyearrtaa HHBlLWUiiiinpiitt: This will stimulate new, more vigorous da there are some well-known speakers. If
tion of lottery-gaming companies now in 1985 and 86 are now being answered--I
from Governor J l&iit) .tf *Ttfiriiwyn the: growth. Also prune to make a plant look guess everything is slow all over. you are interested in further informationor
engaged in bidding for game conces- )egisJatonmust. (finpi fly ftiror ttjnff*ThB- like-you.want it to in shape or size. And an application-I have one which I will
sions that will net them millions more in : finally) ,, prune to make a plant produce give to the highest bidder-just( kidding!)
spin-offs .rom the Florida lottery. tery will :be II t ,wl:iirlb(amugang more flowers or fruit Because it is so wet and not much is hap-
will get :the cu by ognttoxtt flbor the: pening, I thought I would take this oppor- A landowner meeting is being planned
While at the convention, the Florida :and wdffiTE tithe ff" fa** will) be t Moat flowering plants should be pruned tunity to fill you in on items scheduled to for this area in May to talk about some
officials and lawmakers attending were games. right after they flower. Deciduous plants, take place in the near future. local forestry concerns provided we find a
like Sweet:Gum,Crape Myrtle and manyof sponsor and/or interested people to help
introduced to the various types of First, the ASCS has designated the it
put .
our fruit trees go dormant during cold month of March to under ACP for
for lottery sign up
the other
companies run -
games One,of:he3egifilmnrsamtShettnipisaidlhe weather and: need to be pruned in the trees. would be for
planting pine Sign up tmal
states while enjoying 6'free'sightseeiug was "impreHBed wifitaafJl his('game)) winter.Moat Evergreens including plants landowners interested in planting next series on educational announcement; watch for a

trips, food, liquor, and gifts equipment,"" wiimih! canpggrrB foam Portoearpusv Ligustrum Hollies, and winter (maybe we won't be washed out). work) called The television Great American(PBS net-
provided by the companies that hope to scratch "Instant wnuma1" g;unte to Wax Myrtle can be pruned anytime. But, Stop by and see either Warren Carver or Woodlot. Co-produced by the Cooperative
it best
: to before growth starts in
get the contract for Florida's lottery, number drawings.: ScwcrzO saufl they the-springy prune myself if you want to find out more about Extension Service of the Univ. of Maine
according to a report in the St. Pete the program.For and the Maine Public Broadcasting net-
like mom
would to
aisaz' t"a
Times. Shrub that bloom in the summer and anyone-landowner, farmer, ran- work, it features many aspects of forestry,
in Tallahass :this 3I mtllheamdnlts fall plants like Hibiscus, Roses and cher, who'may want to know more about including Tree Farming. Doc Howard,
Included in the legislative freebieswas companies selling Ibm.my Oleander also should be pruned before the the use of computers on his farm, why not Southern Tree Farmer of the year in 1985,
a gourmet dinner at one of San and tickets can stow Ili wfta.tt first flush of growth in the spring. But, attend the Florida agribusiness computer not Is featured, among others. This series is
Francisco's famous five-star the business as aOl] afimia aim witJD thereat j one very important exception to short course and trade show at the Univer. for it scheduled to for anytime soon, but watch
these recommendations,and that is pruning sity of Fla:! in Gainesville this week, Feb. appear sometime this year. This
restaurants where the average meal more wining ana dlhi rig,d 4salaa oe program will definitely share concerns of
; to. remove eold-damaged limbs and 2728. Short
courses cover such
subjects as
runs from $40 to $60 "per head". Wine branches.. Losing Your Fear of Computers, Beef Cat- all forest landowners.
glasses were embossed with the corporate 1 had :no odea how nmny Itimfe of tle Management Aids, fertilization or

logo of the hosting company and games you sets of the expensive glasses were ,rater remarked.And emery; muifa awsDIIJr in the spring U you do heavy pruning analysis, BASIC programming, word processing Active Seniors...
delivered in gift-wrapped packages to dollars away irom fDiiniduni ,.many off nuw_you. may loee more of the plant chemical movement in the soil,
than have to. until water demands and other calcula-
you. By waiting new ,
the hotel of those the them who .tQnrfl.Burifa'lBinBBCaiiD- .The Senior Center offers various
rooms attending tan .
growth begins you can tell how. much of tions relating to your farm. For more information
party. Control Data Corp., the host on ment on this computer conference, activities for senior citizens In-
contact Mildred Kinard, Office of Conferences cluding needlework, macrame, exercises -
1041 McCarty Hall, U. of F., bingo, etc.
Gainesville, :32611, ((904) 3915930.
The Center is op"n Monday
-.. from to 4
through Kridjy 8:30: a.m.
Hear yet Hear yet The University of
>- p.m. and is located behind the new
-,.....:.,'i... rAlexandertheGreat Georgia is hosting the Southeastern Forest courthouse on the corner of Grand
Landowner Seminar to be held in Atlantaon and Georgia Streets.Page..A .
---.- March 14. Supposedly the cost is only
"bad-*dog who bourne"a uim .n Dftm..I", ,.ti11! iehhe/bundedaeity. $13 plus the price of travel (tax I '


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I Engagements. Kimberly Newberry "

Paula McKinney Weds David WhiteKimberly

Marty RhodenSet

July WeddingMrs. Louise Newberry of In- She wore a caplet veil made of
terlachen and David Richard Whiteof satin overlay Venise lace accented
.FJaabethCTawfnrdd Starke Starke were united in marriagethe with pearls and sequins. It fell in a
announce the engagement of their evening of December 27,1W16 7 cathedral length train of ruffled
yr daughter Paula A. McKinney of p.m. The candlelight ceremony took baby lace. The bride carried a bouquet a
Slarke. to Many M Rhtxien of place at the First Baptist Church in of lavender daisies, carnations,
Hampton. He w the son o< Mr. and Interlachen with Rev. AI Grant con and wild flowers highlighted with
Mr Harold E baby's breath and long lavender rib
A AI, Ktwxfen, also of ducting the service.
Hampton. The bride is the daughter of MaryC. bon streamers.
Whitaker of Tampa and grand Serving as matron of honor( was
Paula IS a 19t95 graduate of Bard- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.U. Lora Roberson of Interlachen. She
ford Hugh School and is currently Gianes of Interlachen. The groom is wore a floor length gown of lavender I ----- .._.._ rr.si....
r11MMl employed at K.H.C. in Lake Butler. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy White satin with an overlay of pale I
c Many rs a I8B3! graduate Bradford of Starke. lavender lace accented with white :Mr. and :Mrs lJaidhit...
High School: and is employed at the Nuptial music was provided by tear drop lace. She carried flowers

Bradford County Pufcfic Library.The organist Dodie Burry with Mr. and similar to the bride. Assisting at the reception which wedding trip to Silver Springs and
Mrs. Paul Griffis performing solos. Assisting the matron of honor followed in the Church Fellowship other Florida attractions They will
wedding panned lor July were attendants Lynn Folsom of Hall were Shirley's Flower Shop and temporarily reside in Texas
e 17.at 8'09 p in. at the Church of God Given in marriage by her grandfather Starke, Becky Loder and Kriss Klineof photographer Jack Massey, both of
in Slarke. Mr. Gianes the bride wore a Interlachen. Flower girl was Palatka. Serving punch was Anita
-- invitedto floor length gown of white organza Leann Folsom, also of Starke. Stoelflerof Palatka. Greeting guests( The bride is a 198G graduate of In-
Friends and relatives
III are
The groom's father, Mr. Percy terlachen High School and is serving
an embroidered high neck. The was Marie Green of Interlachen.
I rout MdO...., d My tv fods. attend teas event. bodice was trimmed with beaded White served as best man lie worea Tammy Stoeffler assisted with the in the U.S. Army stationed at Ft

lace and featured a basque waist. Carrington gray tuxedo. bride's book.A Dix. New Jersey.
The skirt was of crystal organza,accented Ushers were Lee Johnson, Tony three-tiered cake
wedumg accented -
Carole Hardin. with baby lace ruffles that Brinkley and Ralph Stoeffler. They with a flowing fountain was The groom is a 19(16( graduate of In
ended in a semi-cathedral train. The wore Carrington gray tuxedos with served by Mary Folsom of Starke. terlachen High School and is ,also
Alan MontgomeryTo gown was spread into a wide oval white carnation boutonnieres. Ring serving in the U.S. Army stationedat \
Wed in July tt train trimmed in baby lace. bearer was Brian Folsom (of Starke. The ouplc'enjoyed a three day Ft. Sam Houston Texas

Jack D. Hardin of Bunnell. and
Mrs. Barbara Conley of Ormond
Beach announce the engagement of .
their daughter.Carole Lee llardin of I
Starke. to Alan David Montgomery
of Homestead Fl. He is the ana of
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Montgomery.
of Starke.
Carole graduated from the d 1y :
University of Florida and is
employed by Bradford County
School Board. She teaches at Brad- I
ford Middle School.
Alan is also a graduate of ..
Univeristy of Florida and is -

employed Miami.A by Sherwin Williams in Mm Career a.I..di" AND POWER LQNBEA

July wedding is planned at the Starke. AJII retotrves and friends arenled '
First Presbyterian Church in to attend.Lynne .


Craig KurimaySet I (; 1 f. "

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l.r Wedding Dote'"-"- < .. -- --" 1/e. .f .' .1 "' <'.I'ILi.. .c; tH1i: h. Yl .., I, '
l>al.- IxH-kr and Beth :Moore ,;,u' I. .'". 1f
Mr. and airs Milbrd; Vaughn, of .'

High Springs, announce the engagement ,, .
of their daughter. Lynne Beth Moore ,
Vaughn, to Craig Stephen Kurimay, : r
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp of Dale LockeTo ', -

Slarke. Wed In JuneMr. ," "
Lynne plans to graduate from the ,. /
University of Florida in May and is /" //
employed by Lextroo of Florida. and Mrs. Billy G. !Moore of /, 1" .
Craig is attending; the Universityof Dalhart, TX announce the engage- '..'' ';
Central Florida where he majorsin ment of their daughter, Beth to Dale /A
eDgineeruDg. He is employed by igocke of West Palm Beach, Fl. Daleis 1
Scotty's<< in Orlando. the son of !Mr. and Mrs. Brad
The'couple plans to be united in Locke of West Palm Beach and .
marriage August 1.al the New Oak grandson of the late Sheltie) Hall of
I Craig Kurimay and Lynne Vaughn Grove Bapust Church in AJachua Starke and nephew of Carolyn ,
Florida.They invite all relatives and Redgrave and Mrs. Edna Wells also ". "Q.'"
friends to share this special occa- of Starke. If

ssoa :

Deanna Caskins. Beth is a graduate of Dalhart High .
School and holds a B.S. Degree in "'X '
Randall Crawford Home Economics from Texas Tech., 'rt-t ,1'T'
Plan April Wedding Lubbock. Dale graduated from For your child's safety make sure there is I i I
Leonard High School Lake Worth ,. ,\i nothing metallic on the kite, make sure that r
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Gaskins of where he received a B.A. Degree in l /
( the string for the kite has no wire or metal in it, ,
announce the engagement Music and Classical Guitar ff m wbe
.' don't let kids kites lines. t
and fly
of their daughter Miss Deanna Lynn Palm Beach Atlantic College. r- power
Gaskins to Randall Robert Ordinarily power lines are quite harmless.But
Crawford, also of Lanley. He is the The couple is attending Asbury when a kite gets caught in a power line, it could become electrified.Tell .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E.. Theological Seminary in Wilmore, your kids to let go of the string and leave the kite alone.
Crawford Jr. KY., where Beth is working on a
Otherwise the result could be deadly.
Deanna is a graduate of Bradford Masters Degree in Arts and Religionin ,
High School and is employed at the Christian Education and Counsel- Always look up.Whether you're picking fruit or pruning trees
Reception Medical Center in Lake ing. Dale is completing his Mastersof installing antennas or doing any activity that puts you in possible
Butler. Randall is also a graduate<< Divinity Degree and is a can- with overhead lines.
3radford High School and is JI didate for ordination in the United contact
...mployed by the Bradford County It Methodist Churcn, Florida Con- Don't be a victim of your own carelessness.

Commissioners.The 1 ference.
wedding is planned lor 7:30 =pQ
p.m. the evening of April 25 at the The wedding is planned for June 6. I
Evergreen Baptist Church in ....... Cimmfoi*-e* P.- GeM;'" 1987 at Central United !Methodist
Lawtey.All fnendsand relatives are Church in Dalhart. FLORIDA POWER a LIGHT COMPANY
invited to attend.

Melanie: is a graduate of Bradford
Melanie Ponder. High School. James employed al

James DeuelTo Slarke Auto Center.Theweifdinggplanned. : THE GOLFER Club,
*FOR Country
for Feb.28 I
Wed Feb. 28 over l'/i acres, 3/2. All brick
: In city on paved rd. City
at 2:00 in the afternoon at the Community
Elton and Linda Ward of Slarke. Churcn in Keystone Heights. cellIng I water and ..w.' available.
and Jim Ponder of Avon Park, announce A reception will follow the
the engagement of their ceieiiMniiy. All friends and relativesare '' '' 10 ACRES w/DW. Excellent condition.
*PRICE REDUCED no thru traffic, 3/1,
Melanie Ann Poorer of invited attend. DAVIDl. DODGE MSA
daughter. ; ;; CB, In city Now only 39900. DRASTICALLY REDUCED Custom built
Starke, to James Deuel: also of DeslanatectAt>pra sfcf| brick home.4/4. 3,200 ft.. I
964-4522 *COMMERCIAL II...". Many u.... 138 plus sq. pecan
Starke. I | N. Water St. $35,000.INVESTORS trees and 3 acres. NOW 131000. [
Owner financed.
engagement; oi I their |MUU wJe I. I I Plnesong S/D. Paved
Fender-Tyler and :Marvin.. SOZANNI KITCHENSTXAw&SSt'JMflf. road through property. Owner fin. *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from|
Children of Gale Fender: Richie. The wedding is set for June 20 at .' $6,500. Some with; owner financing.
I Regina. Terri and Tonya and the 7:00)) p.m. at Community Church in 'lOttYOUMOIXtCUTIVf *NEW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL of and *KEYSTONE AREA MH with lake access |
Keystone Heights. All frauds and BUILDING with plenty parking Immaculate. $23.900. (CH A).
children of Marvin Tyer: Gabby.: positive cash flow. located in the busiest
Chris and Brandon announce the relatives are umled to attend. section of Starke. *CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS A larg.|
*WELL ESTABLISHED commercial gracious brick home. |lUll minutes from I
building across from Community Bonk Stark. and K.y.ton.lf.ight.. Shown by]

The Trail Hotel Valet Car Service UVING on stocked j [ -NEED LOTS OF ROOMTTT Ov.r i Price move has property.been drastically REDUCED to appointment.*HOMEMAKER'S PRICE DREAM REDUCED.3/2 CH&A.I

F loli* ., l large swimming pool, large 2.000 *q. It., S BR. 2M BA, *7 ACRES with home & barn on 225 above ground pool. Dbl garag. A 20 XI
Stop by our restaurant for a good home cooked meal lot on paved ttr..l with sidewalk. fir.pla<., on 1 ocr. In city. Ex- near SR 6. Has many potentials. 25 upstairs room to be completed' to I

while we service your car! Brick home with over 2.200 sq. H.3BM. i altnt wants action.location.Will Out consider of town owner l lens. *LAKEFRONT whit. beach, and clearwater have your own prlvat. BR suite. All thisl
2 BA. large ntortaining or_. only 66000.
i almost beautifully
w/optlon, and/or owner (finance, -2/2 on ocr.
Many other amenilles. landscaped. *ENERGY EFF. -A" FRAME 4 BR. 2|
Hand WashfDfj/Yac -5JJI &Q8 .LOCATION LOCATION Walk to'everything. Bath 2 fireplaces, CH&A. pool X man)
*JUST USTEO-It_' last long.Exc.pj *CONVENIENT FOR FSF a UCI 2 BR. Neat as a pin. extras on 1 acre. Only 57000.
j tloool. 3 BR over 1300 sq. H. Claw to new EMPLOYEES. 1.670 sq. ft. home on 9'acres. Club
Classic Glass PcGjh Small -25.00 CH/A. Nice bon *EXCELLENT BUY $17,500.3/1, wcar.port.
: I WIN Dint shopping. Only $38,000.:: B.st area HURRY I 3BR. 2 BA brick home 2-car garog .
Mad *...H LOVElY 2/1. In quiet n.lghborhood. many amenities.
*COUNTRY LIVING In this almost i new
Lam S25JI ) w/1300 ft. large 'lot w/plen- familier2 homes on 1 large lot.
*A RARE FIND 3/2 on 150x110 comer building sq. Across from school Separate living, but close enough to 3/2 CB home on 2 ac., brick fireplace.j
Glass for a desired lot. Hardwood floors.2-cur garage. Just ty of paved parking. skylight, and many extras.
Call Classic: appointment $32.000. on SR 121. City water a sewer. Ideal for keep a check on each other.
professional office, florist, beauty shop
9644343 *1 AOTIS ON CIIFFIS LOOP, with well car lot, etc. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other PropertiesI
Dial 1 SJuM Kba I.rr .. laibWe septic.Owner will consider financing.' :

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"ilK"TELEGIt.P... February 28, 1911'1

I Club News_ "StrawberriesSilver Edition" I

"Treasury Girls" D.A.R. Honors Margaret Brown :: Announces First EntriesThe

Topic of U.D.C. MeetingMrs.

Fifty Year MembershipSamuel Annual Strawberry Queen

Lloyd Wike, historian of the Pageant is shaping up great" says
W T. Weeks Chapter of the U.D.C, pageant coordinator Sandra
ol Public Works and
ElDei-t Chapter, D.A.K., stun now a cone Crawford. SUirkc Junior.Women lire
presented a on the working
program honored Mrs. Margan'tBI'own ,.bullant; to Jones Edmonds and
recently ,, pleased to that lormerqueens
women of the south during the war ASNOC. of Gainesville. His report| many l
for her lilty years of program
between the stales. will be participating in this
membership on Thursday, Feb. 19. dealt with the battle to save our 2.illi anniversary pageant scheduled
Mrs. Brown was presented with a water. He said "technology is lor Saturday, April 4. al the Bradford
Southern women of this period Filly l Year Membership Pin by available and we are soon going to High School Auditorium.
were not trained to work but soon Hl'gl'nIMl's. Manic Taber and a corsage have too much pollution and all Qua Iii ied contestants lor this
rose to the occasion as circumstances from her daughter, Mrs. water supply will be ruined il we do year's (ixtgeanl include:
caused them to develop l\.1arnl'et Kigdon and grandaughtcr not take advantage of remedies for
skills. Few employment oppor- / Mrs. Maureen Quigley of Jackson preservation. Lakes and swamps
tunities existed. Some textile factories ville. A congratulations card, signedby should be preserved to keep water -
and the Federal Government all members, was given to Mrs. supply at reasonable levels. a
employed a few women mostly as Brown as a memento. A slide presentation .
teachers in Indian settlements. '- The program "Our American demonstrating the importance of a
Heritage" was presented by Mr. preservation program was shown.
Harold Hill retired irom the ol Guests ol the meeting were Mrs.
In 1862, the Confederacy decided 4' ... City
: $ Jacksonville Water Service Divi- Ved.i GI'osslIml Mrs. Betty Warren.
to use women for clerical work in the 1' : .. ,
Post Office and Treasury Departments I J
"where so little exertion was
required." Competition for jobs was Mr., Margaret Brown

stiff and often there were 100 applicants American Legion Auxiliary: Installs New Members
for one job. Winning a
clerkship enhanced the self- Weekly Dances Held Initiation new nembcl'.of the Guest Speaker lor the event was Mi. Donna Michelle langley

confidence* in many "TreasuryGirls' By Singles Club American Legion Auxiliary was held Tammy Lynn, 1986 Girls Slate
and as a military strategy Tuesday evening, Feb. 10, at the Representative for the Auxiliary yt'g Donna Michelle LangleyDonna
the Confederate Government the The Keystone Heights Singles American Hall. and .
intogovernm Legion semoratltradtordlligbSchooAtlendnlg Langley aged! 18, '1till':
practice of accepting women Club Inc., a nonprofit organization
Girls State was a cone ol James and EliabelhLauglcv
service was a success. welcomes all adults aged 25 years Initialing oll1cel'I was Muriel Auld li'ibut.ing factor in Tammy's scholarship "Ky daughter ol' Stinks Donna is 5 leet 4
and older to them 4th District President ol the Am.
join weekly at award to Troy State. and one hall ilclil'sIII) and I has
President, Mrs. vranKiyn their Thursday night dances Legion Auxiliary. and installing ol'licer and
blonde hair
Dances are held at Keystone Lions was Antoinette Coss, Pres. ofthe green eyes.
conducted the businessmet
I'lifoniiiig Ktcnis: : She is a senior at Bradford High
Club from 8 until I< ( Auxiliary New members installed -
ttng that was held at the Brad- p.m. llp.m.: ormOl'e Yard SaleMarch 14, 9 a.m. School and is dually enrolled atStai
ford Family Restaurant on Satur information, call Pros. Mary were Poppy GirlAUysuu; until 2 p.m. 'ke-Santii Ke Community( Col-

day. February 21. Johns fct 4953048. Dugdalc, Poppy Boy- Jimmy Hitch, Next !MeetingMarch 10 at the -M.-.. Mindy- lynn Mersey lego Donna' I is /I< member of the
Anne Durban, Isis Causey Jean Legion Hall, 7:30: p.m. Spirit ol' Bnidlord. Band and servesas
I Frame, Virginia Bleasdale and head majorette because, she
I Awards & Recognition Isabelle Lee. Mindy Lynn Hersey SiI;)!>. "she enjoys twirling.:' Her

Mmdy Hersey, aged 16, is the musical and singing talent landed
Woman's Club Exec. Board To Meet March 4 daughter of Elbert and Betsy Hersey her the "most>1 talented senior'
Priscilla Welch of St.irke. She is 5 feet :3 inches tall superlative
The executive board of theWoman's chairmen and their committees to and has light brown hair and brown Donna enjoys su miming and part-
Wins First Place Club ol Starke will meet 1''lnlllnJor a brief meeting following eyes. time employment! with her cosponsor -
March 4, at 1 p.m. at (he Womall'sClub. the executive meeting. This will be Mindy is currently in the junior Fleet Finance-liter Her
Antique Show Chairman, the last meeting prior to the Antique class at Bradford High School w here other sponsor 1 is BI..IIrl.r! Florist. > ,
Priscilla Welch, daughter of Mr. Evelyn Url.llls., requests all Show iH'giiining on March 19. she is active as a varisty
and Mrs. Donald Welch of Brooker, ? cheerleader and serves on both the
placed first in public speaking at the homecoming and prom committees. Interested n'\IIIIIII.'lIlhal
girls: are
District Competition in Jacksonvilleon Starke Club Entries Win Two Ribbons Academics are a high priority for March 7 is the absolute:. deadline, for
Feb. 20th.Priscilla
member of the
Mmdy as she is a ol 10
entries (in Is between the ages!
... Spanish Honor Society and the Na- and 21 on April,I I. 1W7 and reside in
Sun ke Club
day, "'l'll. 16. l he entries
t. Mrs Herbert Thomas Mrs. John tional Honor She also finds
ocll'H,11II, U..UJI'II. ("ounlv
plans to compete in the took two blue ribbons for or attend\ !
Grillm Mrs. Joseph Stephenson, paintingsby tune to be a member of the LittleWoneii .
state contest scheduled for April in ; Mrs. Jennings, a red ribbon for are eligible for entry' Applicationsmay :
Orlando. She is senior Ms Lillian Stump and Mrs. L.II. s Club of Slarke. al llu-H II.S ollice
a at Bradford an alghan by Mrs. 11. M. Connelly, hl'llIl'kl'llnl'
High School and is the president of Jennings represented the Woman'sClub and a yellow ribbon for a hand- Mmdy was a contestant in the Mitchell's: > Drug Store, For more
of Starke at the FFWC Arts and Junior Miss Alachua County
Future Business Leaders of I basket Mrs. informal ion. contact! Sandra, '
Crafts I Festival held at the Fenian- woven by George and enjoys water sports,
; pageant
America. Roberts, Jr. Craw. lord altos I 6 p.l m al Ni-4-lUii!: ( or
,' horseback and She is
dma Beach Woman's Club on I F1 i- riding singing. Lorna Kcddisli !n4; 1\\:>59.
sponsored by Mitchell's Drug Store
Miss Pncillo Welch

y Senior Citizens HonoredOn
Tamera Crockrell Crowned -f

Sunburst Tiny Queen Sunday, Feb. 15 local seniorciticns Dim. pries( were given to some TO HELP YOU !
A the dinner
were honored alI covered lowly guests c. ,
dish dinner held in SI. Edw.ml's and it ....nil-made quilt by the ladiesnl
Tamera Danielle Crockrell, age 15 r. Parish Hall. St. Edward's Parish was won by And Your AnimalsJOWN'
months, was recently crowned 1987 Dolores( Meng. '
Gainesville Sunburst USA Tiny Sister Rebecca Kulkimski. Director -
Queen. Tamera is the daughter of -, aid of the St Augustine Diocesan .. -
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Crockrell o.f ,.. Council ol Aging, informed those Those in charge of arrangementsfor & c f
Gainsville.' present" of services; available' tosenior "" the'all'air included Sallye Scog-:
gins, Hulh Meng, Belly Da/.mski, COUNTRY '
Participants were judged on ci legislative citi/.ens issues pending Sophie Kimulis and Dorothy Rife.Y '

overall apperance and personality t VETERINARY f ,
Tamera was presented with a
trophy, banner and crown. She is KJ CLINIC
now eligible for the State Sunburst
Pageant scheduled for May :25-27< in 1051 S. Water St. Starke
Orlando. ,1 J 964-6411 '

Tamera is the granddaughter of EPISCOPALCHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. John Crockrell) and TgInK'3
Mr. and Mrs. Damon Whitaker, all Miss Tomero Crockretl: Will Extend Our Hours
of Starke. Sunburst Queen '
Tiny The beginning of Lent will be observed with Beginning March 10thWe

The Liturgy for Ash Wednesday
Robert Godwin, Jr. will open Tuesday Evenings

Places Second in PageantRobert and the Imposition of Ashes From 6-8 p.m. by AppointmentOur

onWednesday Regular Hours Are:
J DeWayne Godwin Jr.0
months of age, won second place and March 4 THANKS FOR
9 a.m.12 Noon
mqst photogenic in his age divisionat
the Sunburst USA Beauty beginning at 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. LETTING US
This title allows him to & Fri.
Pageant Mon.. Tues., Wed. SERVE YOU
compete in the state finals scheduledfor The public Is Invited. 9 a.m.12 Noon
a May in Orlando. BETTER!
212 N. C,1"arch: Street, Starke Thurs. & Sat.

11 Robert Jr. is the son of Robert and .
Candace Godwin of Starke. lie was -

sponsored by his grandparents
William and Carol Yarbrough. ,, Jill. JJ. "? ;$

I Robert Godwin. Jr. t 1e

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Cheri Brooks

rirst Runner Up,

Miss Hemisphere C II

Cheri Brooks of Kingsley Lake, IL

recently won first runner up in the 1 _

Miss Hemisphere Contest held in 4f a .,
Palatka. She was sponsored by Lil LUfrTEY

Skeeters. 41j r 1

Cheri aged 24. was born and rais- '
ed in Starke. She is the daughter of K'hA 'i
Paul and Gloria Starling. j isw3f _

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I Also in the contest, was Tina Gonzales ># t: l Mtysnch .N Y it
I aged 17. She won Miss '
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: or vnptrt.yoii
Her Lorna
Photogenic. sponsor was
Reddish. MI.. Cheri Brook.

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ELECTION o t Recipe or Extra Crispy Chicken, o Recipe1 Chicken or Extra Crispy" del I'i! a Hi.'f.es ol 'llm Colonel) '.Orlll"I,11 ,
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I Get 6 Kentucky Nuggets mashed potato ; mashed potatoes and gravy. cole slaw Chicken large mashed potatoes, large
and gravy, cole slaw and t biscuit, and 1 biscuit, with this coupon gravy large salad and 4 buttermilk Coupon qoml only bur r.omliirt.ilion ,
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February 26, I9H1 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

Church News Arrivals Robert Eston Jordan

_ Special
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Jordan,
of Middleburg,announce the birth or
their son, Robert Eaton.
Women of St. Mark's Hold Special ProgramMrs. Andrew Davis CostonMr. Robert was born Feb. 4 at
Pancake Supper Humana Hospital in Orange Park. I
He weighed 9 Ibs, 9 ozs. and was 22 1
Olan Rowe
Planned for March 3 and Mrs. Al Coston, Jr., of and Mrs. oons
Gilbert Brown presented the the business and merlin of Starke. Maternal great Inches long. He joins a brother,
meeting com-
Starke, announce the birth of their
program "Allegiance to God"at the William.
mented on the recent Diocesan ECW grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.W.C.
meeting of Women of St. Mark's on Board meeting held at Camp Weed The Senior Youth of St. Mark's son, Andrew Davis. Watson of Ray City, Ga. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
Wednesday, Feb. 18 In the Parish Conference Center that was attended Episcopal Church, of Starke, will Andrew was born Feb. 6, in and Mrs. Eston Jordan of Starke.
House. She said, "no man can serve members from St. host their annual Shrove Gainesville. He weighted 8 Ibs., 9 Paternal grandparents are Mr.
two masters. Spiritual values br.nine' Pancake Marc ozs. and was 21 inches long.Maternal Clint Garner Adkins
are Mark s. Supper on Tuesday, and Mrs. Al Coston, Sr. of Starke.
mothproof rustproof and last 3. The cost will be $2.50 for adults grandparents are .Mr. Mr and Mrs. Roy L. Adkins, of
forever; material things can and $1.50 for children under 12. Starke, announce the birth of their:
disintegrate and disappear. Our life A bake sale in the Parish House is
son, Clint Garner.
must have a core for spiritual scheduled for March 1. The World Joshua Curtis RoweMr.
Clint born Feb. 7 and weighed
Supper will be served in the St was
values. Day of Prayer will be March 6 with Mark Ibs. and 20 and one-half
8 12 was
Parish House from 5-7.30: Maternal grandparents are Mr. ozs.
services at the PresbyterianChurch. Mrs. Gary L. Rowe of
inches He two brothers
joins ,
President, Mrs. AI K. Carlisle lead p.m. Starke, announce the birth of their and sacola.Mrs.Guadalupe Herrera of Pen- Adam Edward and Justin Lee.
son, Joshua Curtis.
Maternal grandparents are Mr
and Mrs. E.L. Clinger of Canton, Oh.
Willis Family to SingAt Joshua was born Feb. 20, in Paternal gradparents are Mr.
Revival Planned at Church Maternal great grandfather Is Mr.
Hope Baptist
Olan Rowe and Mrs. Doris Sum-
Gaineville. He weighed 8 Ibs.,7 ozs.
Calvary BaptistThe Homer Garner of East Fparta, Oh.
merlin of Starke. Paternal
and was 21 inches long. great Paternal grandparents are the
Dr. C. Sumner Wemp Vice Presi- dav. Mart and Saturday March 7 grandparents are Mrs. and Mrs. late Mr.and Mrs.Edward S. Adkins,
dent of Spiritual Affairs at Liberty at 7:30: p.m. There will be a Men's Calvary Baptist Church will W.C. Watson of Ray City, Ga.
University in Lynchburg, Va., will Prayer Breakfast Saturday morning feature Bob Willis, formerly with the
be the guest speaker at Hope Baptist at 9 a.m. Call in reservations for the Inspirations,and his family this Fri- FLA.TWIN THEATRE
Church of Starke March 6-8 for breakfast at 473-4188. Dr. Wemp will day evening at 7 p.m. The church is Starke 964-5451
revival services.Dr. conclude the meetings on Sunday located on corner of Cherry and FREE HEARING TESTs
morning during Sunday school at 10 Madison St. in Starke. Open Every Night *
Wemp will be speaking Fri- a. and -
m. worship service at 11 a.m. s

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Dolphin News OF GOD !...-!.. !!.!." I!! _I
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
Starts Friday, Feb. 27 Hearing Loss
Walter F. Montz, PastorWe

School Improvement Grant invite you to worship with us. BETTEi TSHELLW I IiMIPLER Keep You

Bv Erin Wilkerson Attended Nursery
Sunday School loam _
Lawtey Elementary; received a On February 27, Dr. Clint Van Morning Worship 11 am in the Dark
school Improvement grant from the Nagel), a professor and psychologist Evening Service S pm
State of Florida. Lawtey Elemen- from the University of North Florida Wednesday Youth ... 7:30 pm
tary received this grant along with in Jacksonville, will be at Lawtey OUTRAGEOUSSCREEN Specialize In Helping
Bradford High School. Dr. Rother Elementary.This will be the last of a People Hear Better!
from the high school was the leaderof five session workshop on a teacher .
a group of people in writing the, instruction improvement plan. COMMUNITY t
grant to improve the teacher In- During the five work sessions, Dr. 2 Come By and See Us
Van Nagel met with teacher BIBLE CHURCH
struction program. Lawtey's shareof every MICNUL J. FOX In

faculty the grant listed was twenty-six$4,000. After ideas the on and difficulties.some students The staff that has were benefited having ... LIGHT OF DAY 1st Monday of each month

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around Lawtey Elementary School. Boy Scout Troop 79 went to the DenmarkInsurance this special event by a Fla. Licensed Hear- I
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who learn
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Business Review & Window CompanyTiger Weddings, Distinction
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remodeling specializing; In energy-efficient custom aluminum windows Florida, phone 7524090.

built to any size. Now that you have said "yes", It Is time to shop The Bridal Shop In
Little Professor Book Center When you plan to build or remodel, remember to call only a qualified Lake City where beautiful weddings begin and where beautiru'' dreams
expert call this firm. These skilled experts use only quality materialsand come true. They have certified bridal consultants to assist you free of

each job Is handled oy an expert In his line. charge. This is where many of the loveliest brides In this area have made
Little Professor Book Center Is located in Gleason's Corner Mall, They have served this area for 26 years, and the folks at Tiger their selections. See the beautiful gowns from famous bridal courtiers
Lake City. Florida phone 7524141. This shop is locally owned and Aluminum & Window Company are experts in all lines. They are licens- bridesmaids and attendants dresses dresses (for the mothers of the bride

operated by Don and Helen McRay. ed and are happy to give estimates on all work. and groom, and flower girl dresses proms and O.E.S.
Shopping for bibles and books is not difficult If you go to the right They feature homes, room additions. Florida rooms, screen rooms Never before has greater care: been exerted by the bride In < t loosing

place. The Little Professor Book Center Is the Ideal book center patio covers, carports, pool enclosures, storage sheds, roof overs her wedding gown. They carry a nice selection of( lovely bridal gowns.
because they carry a complete line of bibles and books at all times. siding soffit glass/vinyl windows storm windows and much more. In Brides-to-be In this vicinity now patronize this firm because of the

Bibles and books make wonderful Easter gifts. It is ever so appealingfor fact "you name It, they build it". Financing Is available. helpful hints and suggestions cordially extended to their customers.

everyone is bound to find many happy evenings in his or her favorite Their business was founded on honesty integrity and using only They also carry a very complete line of bridal accessories. They have
chair with the Bible or a good book. You know several friends or quality materials and workmanship. built up a large business and the unusually large trade they enjoy is the

relatives who cherish books or need a bible and would be delighted with Readers do not trust your building needs to Inferiors. A friendly result of the nice selections of bridal gowns In every price range and no

such a gift perhaps more than anything else you might select for them. representative will assist you In every way. Remember quality wedding is too large or too small.Powers .
Here are bibles. Inspirational literature novels magazines learning materials quality workmanship and know.how. These are the services

materials paperbacks cookbooks childrens books. Day Spring cards you are assured when you call Tiger Aluminum & Window Company, Service, Inc.
plaques and much more. It is such a delightful shop. Just try browsingover 1-4 North where 4 lane meets 2 lane Lake City, Florida phone

those shelves for books you have been looking for. Go by soon, 755.4031 and 90 West (next to Rossi's Hardware). phone 7554225. Accidents happen every day. Cars are scratched and dented In park

you will be glad you did.Lake. ing lots. Collisions crumple fenders. Even the sun can fade your car's

paint. Let the experts at Powers Service. Inc., located at 3000 Brewers

Highway U.S. 90 West Lake City. Fla., phone 752-5050. restore yourcar's
City Flea MarketLake Commercial Sweepers of Lake City
appearance. All repairs on bashed-up bumpers or (folded-ln
fenders are painstakingly done by their auto repair specialists.
City Flea Market is located one mile East of I-75 on U.S. 90 at Commercial Sweepers of Lake City is located in Lake City Florida Powers Services Inc. have the know-how and the technology to

S.R. 247. Branford Highway. Lake City. Florida and is managed by phone 755.3)51. Nights. Sundays and holidays call 752-0601. Zim- masterfully repair everything from fender bumps to bent frame

Gateway Auction Service Inc., p.O. Box 3331. Lake City. Florida mie C. Petty owner. Is the person to call (for complete parking lot Sincere dependable service along with a reputation of superior

32056. phone ((904)) 752-2485 For information about the Flea Market, maintenance. 'They do cleaning sealing and stripping. You will find quality in all phases of car and body repair make best alternative to the
call ((904)) 752-2485; weekends call ((904)) 7521999. their quality work is always done by professionals, and when they do a junkyard.

Smart shoppers are shopping Lake City Flea Market because they Job It is well done and nothing is overlooked. They have specialists who work wonders on wrecked vehicles. When
know they will find a bargain there. In fact will find thousands of welcome the their customers in this
you They opportunity serve many out on the town you want to arrive in style. You will with a new car
bargains. Free admission and free parking. They are open every Saturday area, and they always give a quality set vice quality and service is their look from the auto body work and painting experts you'll find hereA

and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. They have antiques and collectibles motto. When Mr. Petty first started In business, he was determined to close look at a new paint job; tells you whether the car has been i
the first weekend of every month. Here you will find handcrafts give a quality service and this he has done. In fact there Is no one who painted by a master artist or inexperienced amateur.

jewelry cassette tapes decorater items new and used tools antiquesand offers a better maintenance and cleaning service than this fine firm The true test of quality auto body craftsmanship is the ability to match
nice selection of fresh produce and much more. They have the and professionals to do the
primitives because they right equipment the original color paint of the vehicle. They are specialists with an eye
also have a nice snack bar. work. So you are bound to be satisfied ". with satisfactory work and for blending colors as they are factory trained on the latest painting and
This is this area's largest Flea Market where you will find just what you prices. So if you have need of their quality work and affordable prices, repair techniques. They also give major and minor repairs of( all cars

have been looking for a bargain price because they have bargains and give them a call you will be glad you did. They are your authorized Cadillac Oldsmobile Pontiac dealer
unusual buys of all kinds. You will probably find Just what you have

been looking for here and you can save a bundle. Cars Unlimited
If you are interested in a space to rent. they have 200 spaces to rent
Indoor or outdoor. AAA Construction Company Paint & Body ShopCars

So get the gang together and come on down for a weekend of fun. Formerly AAA Septic Tank CompanyAAA

Anderson Industries Inc. Unlimited Paint & Body Shop is located on State Road 341
Construction Company's office and plant is located at 201 Old (Sisters Welcome Road), phone 752-1415 Lake City Florida and is

World of Leisure Jacksonville Highway. Lake City. Florida phone 752.6532. owned by Neil Thorsby. who has had many years of experience in body
This firm: is one of the leading paving contractors of the area in com- repair and painting.

Anderson Industries. Inc. is located on W Lake City Ave.. Lake City mercial and residential work. They do road construction parking lots, If you have been in a wreck, their specialist in their body shop wmk
culverts driveways disposal l systems. filter systems drain plumbing
Florida phone 7527464. wonders on wrecked vehicles no matter how much shaping your car
Anderson Industries Inc. are manufacturers of R.V furniture such as expert drain line service grader service asphalt paving etc. needs the Specialists here have the know-how and the technology to
In the contracting circles of this area there is no one who offers a bet-
fender bent frames.
masterfully anything bumps to
R V seating beautiful chairs and sofas. Also they have accessories. repair
ter service than this local firm by reason of the fact the management
Only the finest mechanics are employed here assuring the customersof
Pride all
The newest item they are manufacturing are Anglers
-- Mr. Register has had wide experience in every feature of the business the highest quality work in the area. Cars Unlimited Paint & Body
frame boat
seats. and because he always uses the best of materials regardless of( the size of
Shop also matches tones to perfection. The hero
paint paint specialists
If you are looking for seating that most people would like to find for
the contract he has continued to witness the increase in the number of
are experts for matching colors and can restore the brutal effects of time
their R.V..if. you are looking for beautiful quality R.V. furniture your
hunt end. patrons. and the elements. So, for the best service and price take your auto pro.
treasure is at an
They are experts in the business and no matter what work you desire
blems to Cars Unlimited Paint & Body Shop In Lake City. Insuranceclaims
Their R.V. seating manufactured here is quality built of fine and sturdy -
you will always find them ready and wilting to serve you. The many excellent are also welcome.
materials. In fact no one offers better quality R V seating than this jobs they have done commercial and residential in this part of
local establishment by reason of the fact the management has had wide that
the state has brought them into the well- prominence they
feature of the R V future business. and because
experience in every call. You
deserve. So. if you need any work done in this area please
they only use quality material and workmanship. they have continuedto will be glad you did. Fisherman's Pier
witness the increase In their number of patrons.
Their R.V. furniture Is sold at affordable prices we can't tell you all Lake City's Premier Seafood Restaurant -

about the beautiful'chairs and sofas! to suit any deconlound here.>.We Harris Imports, Inc. __ ..._ .,.. w *," > -' **_ _
will say. if it's R.V. seating, 'they have it here and it's the very best. Gifts For All OccasionsHarris Fisherman's Pier is located on Highway 41 South, Lake City I londa. ...

So come in and look over their line You are Invited to shop or phone 7527261.
browse. Sunday and everyday, you will enjoy dining at this fine restaurant
Imports Inc. is located at 2665 West Highway 90 Lake City where you will always find seafood at its best.

Galloway's Shoe Store Florida phone 7555824. Linda and Gerl Harris owners and One of the most outstanding dining places for seafood in Lake City is

operators. this modern restaurant. Here indeed, is seafood for the most t
Sales & Repairs Gift shopping is not difficult if you go to the right place. Harris Imports discriminating.

Inc. in Lake City is the ideal place to shop!> because here they Specializing in quality seafood at affordable prices also steak.

Galloway's Shoe Store is located at 1151 South First Street Lake CIty specialize in gifts and party supplies fur all occasions chicken and pie expertly prepared under constant supervision and you
Gifts that are practical gifts that are unusual gifts that are both -
Florida, phone 755-4868 practical may rest assured your foods are prepared and seasoned just as you
Shopping for shoes is not difficult if you go to the right placeGalloway's and unusual, and in all price brackets too. prefer them.
Shoe Store is the right place to go because they have shoes You will revel in their selection of wedding and anniversary accessories The management has left nothing undone to satisfy your every whim.

that are stylish and good looking and at affordable prices. and gifts. Here you will find some really exquisite gifts for So, on your next visit to thejCity. whether alone or planning a party
Everyone should take advantage of their shoe and repair shop. They Aunt Katherine on her anniversary: sister Ruth on her birthday or Marti stop by for ample portions of quality seafood at reasonable prices.

feature high grade repairing of shoes for men women and children. A the bride-to-be, that your purse will not find difficult to absorb. In fact, We proudly recommend this fine seafood restaurant to all our

personal invitation is extended to all of those interested in the better almost anything anyone could want in the way of lovely gifts including readers. Dine here often, you will be glad you did.
balloons and balloon bouquets be found here.
class of work. No matter what has been your past experience they offer party can
a service that is different. Harris Imports, Inc. of Lalv! City has planned well for you now,
you through Easter, and all year and you can rest assured you will always
When visit this shop, you will see for yourself just what they
you North Florida Truck
find your party supplies and the perfect gift even for the person who has Parts
mean by quality and service. It is not'an empty they ,use
when selling you on a job and forget when doing it. They offer a per everything. Truck Equipment & PartsNorth
sonalized service and specialize in orthopedic service. It is possible they

finish the work while you wait. Florida Truck Parts Is located on Highway 240 between
The many satisfied customers in shoes and shoe repair in this area Mutual Wholesale CompanyMutual
Highway 47 and Bradford Highway, Lake City, phone 7528238. Sandy
who are wise in buying shoes and repairing them think of their needs Moore Is the owner and operator.

-nd Galloway's Shoe Store at the same time. Wholesale Company Is locatedat 10 North Patterson Street, If you are In need of truck equipment and parts this is the place to

Crown Glass Company Gainesville Lake City, phone 752-5868, toll free, dial see or call because they carry a complete line of new and used parts and
18002456383. they carry all parts and equipment for all semi trucks rebuilt transmis-
"Auto Glass Specialists"Crown This firm features Nifda quality foods in addition to other nationally sions and differentials for all other trucks.It .
advertised products for Institutional and food service operators. is a well-known fact that there is no institution in the communitythat

Duval Because of the great volume of business transacted through their extensive has met with greater favor with the public than this well-known
Glass Company is located at 2901 E. Street (Highway
wholesale establishment for Institutional and food
service establishment.
90 East) Lake City, Florida phone 752-2602 John R Clemons, -
in mobile glass operators, and because of their up-to-date business methods and the By reason of the fact that the management has had wide experiencein
has had almost a quarter of a century experience
owner radius high quality of products handled this well-known concern has gainedfor every feature of this business, and because of their comprehensive
service ((40-mile )
this section an excellent market for their customers that could be knowledge of every branch of the trade this establishment has con
This is the place to see or call for all your needs In glass auto,
residential commercial. .gained In no other manner. tinued to witness the Increase in the number of their patrons.
trade. The fact is their trade extends over all of the surrounding area. Mutual This Is the day and age when the public demands the best quality and
the They
Crown Glass Company has become a center in glass
fronts table Wholesale Company began its career with the belief that success could the best price.Thoroughly.
have friendly place and offer a complete service in store ,
a be obtained by furnishing goods of quality upon a reasonable margin of conversant with the conditions and wide experience in
and much much
tops, mirrors,auto plexiglass,specialists. If window or windshield is profit. With this method in mind they proceeded upon their career their particular field of endeavor the management of this enterprising
They are glass your take upon the solid foundation of good values. concern has been able to render a service to the people in their line thatis
broken all you need to do Is call them or drive in, then they will
Each department of this well-known house is in charge of people distinctly satisfactory.
the measurements and have the glass in, in a short time. They welcome
thoroughly conversant with the wholesale conditions while the manage-
insurance claims. ment Is in charge of people who have had wide experience In the buy-
So, for all your glass needs for the best quality, the best service and world. Stuart Auto Parts
the best price, Crown Glass Company is a good name to remember. So Ing
New and Used Auto Parts
them call will be glad did.
give a you you
Town & Country Motors

Stuart Auto Parts have served this area since 1961. Wholesale Auto
& Crafts Quality Used Cars
Clays ShoppeClays Parts a complete line of used parts they have a full time mechanicand

wrecker service, if you need them give them a call and a wreckerwill
& Crafts Shoppe Is located at 201 W Putnam Street Lake CIty Town & Country Motors f have two locations to serve you: E. be on Its way and If you need a transmission, they have a completeline
Florida 7553818. They Monday Friday, 10:00: Highway 100A, phone 755-0470, and E. Highway 90, phone
phone are open of food transmissions. Their wrecker will pick up your car and bringIt
A.m. to 5.00; p.m.; Thursday 10:00: a.m. to 9:00: p.m.; Saturday 10:00am. : 755-4574, Lake City. to their shop and Install your transmission at an affordable price. Theyare
What could you buy that would please your family more than
to 1:00: p.m. also (front wheel drive specialists.
Join the crowd! Visit Clays & Crafts Shoppe. Crafts are very popular anything else? Ah! That's just what we thought you'd say a good pre- They have standard and automatic transmissions motors and more.

"your craft are their business". You will find materials for the leading owned car from Town & Country Motors in Lake City They arc a 20th century economy to the automobile owner why?
crafts of the day. They have classes and workshops for ceramics, Smart buyers are shopping there because they know they can find Because they have everything in the way of parts which can mean only

basketry, stenciling porcelain, silk ribbon, beads and much more. quality cars at affordable prices. one thing to the people of this area savings.
They also have a variety of instruction !books. Good quality used cars are growing more popular every year becauseof This savings Is made possible because you do not have to buy a new
this of the best equipped and of the the high price of a new one, and you can find such good looking cars
It may will be said that Is one one part every time something goes wrong for here you can buy used parts
best conducted craft supply houses In the entire area. here. You can hardly tell them from a new one. We feel sure you will and get them right away some of these parts arc as good as new and

The management of this well-known. craft shop has had wide experience : find lots of models very adequate for your own needs, that It will be easy can really save you money whether its motors, starters, generators, I i
In all crafts and has witnessed the advances in the crafts field for you to make a selection and save money they buy, sell and trade, transmissions, or whatever 11 may be. .

through her wide experience and knowhow'of all crafts. Mrs. foreign! and domestic. Why not shop here'for those hard to find parts, new or used. So shop :
McDonald has kept thoroughly abreast of the times. They also have a body shop and offer quality body repairs and painting here and save. Furthermore, you. will be given a square. deal at all times

So. come on over for supplies, classes arid workshop. You will be Insurance claims are welcome.So -
glad you did. go by soon for a car or body repairs. You will be glad you did. .

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JV Boys Smith Donna lee IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that thound.r.lg..ed. the above described property of sold.
102 SW 7th St. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA LeeAnn M. Bicker fit. 9, defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. '
Box 49*. Starke, FL
Legal Gainesville, FL PROBATE DIVISION 32091 sole owner, .
doing business under the firm of
0531-1985-0008 Pile Number 87.14-CP Dolph E. Reddish. Sheriff
Dust Butert. Rt. 3, Bon 496, Stark, fL Bradford County Florida
Var...., Leonard L. Division 1.3799IN 32091 Intends to register Hid fictitious 2/1..t."g3/12
1. Box CStarke. REi ESTATE OFIOLA name under the aforesaid statute. _._
Blast LITTLE -- - ---- ----
ClayBradford NoticesNOTICE ,Fl 32091 Deceased Dated this 23 day of February A.D..
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 1987 In Bradford County.
Information 2/26 4fpd 3/19 INVITATION TO BID
concerning the amount or administration of the estate of
description of the property (such a. Sealed bids for the purchase of a certain
IOLA LITTLE deceased, FIU Number
basketballers junior varsity OF NAMES OF PERSONS unclaimed checking account., saving 87-14-CP the Circuit Court NOTICE parcel of real property now owned
easily beat Clay High(\ accounts, utility deposit, stock 1./.ndl"lIl. by the City of Hampton, and being approximately
49.31 in the final APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF far Florida Probate NOTICE I I. hereby given that on Monday
game of the 86 87 Insurance refunds, safe deposit boxes, March 9 7.5 acre mar. or less In
ABANDONEDPROPERTV Division, the address of which It Bradford 1917, at 10:00 o'clock
season in the BIIS gym last Friday etc) and the name and .ddr....* of Courthouse, North A.M., the undersigned, Color the City of Hampton will be received at
night Feb Feb 20. Pursuant to Section 13, Chapt.r 717 the holder of such personal property County., Stark.. FL 32091. The T.mpl.Av..u. namesand Frelghtway, Inc., will sell at public auction the City Hall. City of Hampton. Florida.
Florida Statute, entitled "Florida be obtained to be opened at the next regular: council
may by any person pone.* addresses of the personal for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville
It was four in a row for the Tor- Disposition of Unclaimed Prop.rty Act", Ing an Int.r..t In Ih* property by addressing and the personal repretentatlve't representative / Flo., one lot of sealing tape, consigned meeting Tuesday March 11. 187' at
nado five which began'playing win- notice I I. h.r.by given that the person an Inquiry to Gerald lewis. attorney ore let forth below. to Bahama House Sale Co., 7:00 p.m. .
listed below appear to b. owner ofunclaimed Stat. Comptroller. Attn Abandon.d Deerfleld Beach lot of The legal description of sold
ning basketball the last half of the Interested pertont are required to Flo.i one tractor parcel
season, points out Coach Chester personal or Intanglbl. pro. Property Section, State Capitol. file with this court. WITHIN THREE MONTHS parts consigned to Kathys R.V.Co..West proposed for tale can be obtained at the
Simpson. The BUS JV five is made NOT party pr..um.d obandon.d. THIS DOES Tallahassee, Florida 32399.0350 ((904) OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Palm Beach Fla; one lot of sign and City Hall City of Hampton,from the City
up of freshmen and sophomores who Jacksonville Area Office NOTICE (I) all claims against the estate post consigned to Glad.and Grove Sup Clerk.
played mostly Baker, DavidRt. telephone number Is ((904)) 3596085. You and ((2)) any objection by an Interested ply Co., Belle Glad., Flat one lot of fur The Council reserves the right to reject -
juniors and I, Box 593 may also contact the Consumer Informer person en whom this notice was served nlture consigned to Jane Walsh Ind.. | any and all bids.
ponents, from especially the when facing op- Stark. Fl 32091 Hon toll free Hotlln. 1-800.848-3792. Be that challenge the validity of the will Lantana Fla.} one lot of chair consigned Gordon WadsworthCity
larger schools. 0531.1985.0001 sure to mention the account number the qualifications of the personal to Furniture Freight Sales West Palm Clerk
AFTER the name as published In this Beach Fla lot of tile of
representative, venue, or jurisdiction of t one consigned to City Hampton.FJorida
Bollard Mickey notlc. Unless proof of ownership I I. the court. Tile Lit. Pompano Beach Flo.f to satisfy 2192tchg226NOTICE
Season Statistics... 2163 N. Temple Ave presented to the holder by May 1.. 1917 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT freight and storage charges, under the
The JV five ended the season at Starke, Fl 32091 the property will be delivered for SO FILED Will BE FOREVER BARRED. provisions of Section 4b) of Uniform
10-11. 1600.1985.0003 custody to the Comptroller of Florida. Publication of this Notice has begunon Standard Bill of Lading. OF INTENTIONTO
Guard Trum Blye led the Tor- Brown. Samuel A. Thereafter, all further claims must be 2/26/87. Pro. 03.959627 did 12/15/86 REGISTER
nadoes with 11.4 IIIORolfordRd.Starke. directed to the Comptroller of Florida. Personal Representative Pro. 01.948911 dtd 11/17/86 FICTITIOUS NAME
from the floor. Pedro points Carter per game FL 32091 GERALD LEWIS Elsie Q. Leverson Pro. 14.784142 dtd 11/20/86 Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
ed 10.8 averag- 228.1986-0)66 COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA 864 E.Brownlee St. Pro. 01.970889 dtd 12/18/86 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
points per game Wendull 2/26 2tchg 3/5 Stark., FL 32091 Pro. 01.969865 dtd 12/12/84 undersigned REPAW. Inc.. P.O. Box 59,
Hudson 8.5, Marvin Lane 8.0,Jevane Golney, RalphRt. Stark
Attorney for Personal Pro. 02 762434 dtd 12/22/86 Florida sole or Joint owners doing -
Koss 7.7, Kevin Fench 1.0, Donnie I. Box 153 Eugene F. Shaw Gator Freightwayt, Inc..Carrier business under the firm name of
Francis 1.o, and Charlie Brown 1.0. Starke, FL 32091 2S-E N. Temple Avenue 2/26 2tchg 3/S AAA Title Services, P.O. Box S*. Starke,

0531.1905-0003 NOTICE OF INTENT Storke, FL 32091 -- --- Florida. Intends to register said fictitious
Marvin Lane shot 67 percent at the Garcia, Benny Jr. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Telephone! (*04)) '....5200 name under the aforesaid statute.
free throw line to lead in that department Rt. 2, Box 202 STATE OF FLORIDA 2/2 2tchg 3/5 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Dated this 10 day of Feburary A.D.
Francis shot 63 percent. Stark., Fl 32091 COUNTY OF BRADFORD REGISTER 187 In Starke, Florida.

Carter 59%, Ross 50%, Blye 49%, 0029-1986-0019 AAMAC CORPORATION hereby give FICTITIOUS NAME .E"AW.I..c.
Hudson 44%, Brown 33%, Fench notice that It Intends register with the Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida By Richard Welty. P,_.
Gr..n, D.PO. .
Roger Clerk of Circuit Court for Bradford County 2/12 4tpd 3/5
25%. Statutes, notice It hereby given that the
Florida the fictitious nom. of "LIN undersigned, William Q. Cruce, P.O.
JIIIS19 Clay High 31 COLN AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL PARTS" Box 611 Starke. Fla. 32091
and to engage In business under that fictitious 904-964-6348. sole owner doing NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Outrebounding Clay High and Joan name with a principal place of THE STATE OF FLORIDA. DEPARTMENT business under the firm name of Bill. REGISTER
limiting the Blue Devil five to one Wat.rmn Magnolia Hit) business at Highway 221 North P O. Box OF CORRECTIONS. BUREAU OF Air Conditions Heating. P O. Box 611 FICTITIOUS NAME
shot, the Baby Tornadoes won an Stark., Fl 32091 360 Hampton, Florida 32044.AAMAC FACILITY SERVICES FOR THE CON- Stancil Rd, Stark., Fla.. 32091,Intend to Pursuant to Section 86509, Florida
easy 49-31 victory Feb. 20 in the final 2775-1986.0376 CORPORATION STRUCTION OF register said fictitious name under the Statutes, notice I is hereby given that the
JV game of the season. Byi David L.McKlbben. President PROJECT Fire Alarm and SprinklersDC8330 aforesaid statute. undersigned Tex A Nancy Patrick, Rt. 1.
Marvin Lane led BUS with 16 Milliard Claud.S. DUDLEY P. HARDY. P.A. FS10 Dated this 17 day of February. A.D. Box "35. Lowtey FL 32058. joint owners
P.O. Box 775 FOR Florida Prison
points. Wendull Hudson had 13 By John H. Jones, Esquireof State 1987 In Bradford County. doing business under the firm name of
FL 32091 Stark., FloridaPREQUALIFICATIONSi
points and Truin Blye 10. Counsel 2/194tpd 3/12 Sunshine Gardens, Rt. 1, Box "35,
00291980024Hoile All bidder
P.O. Drawer 1030 mutt Lowtey. FL 32058. intends to register
radlurd 16 6 |. |2..t submit data of their
Cloy High 10 6 10 31 Tract Lynn. Sandra or Starke, Florida 32091 prequollilcotlon said fictitious name under the aforesaid
Srodlo'd ((4*). Lang 7 I/I U. Roil 2 0/..4. Hudson Hoti Wayne ((904)) 964.5701Attorn.y eligibility to submit proposal five ((5)) NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO statute
.I/I.II. Csrt.r 22/'.'. Bly. I.0.10. TotlH: Star RouteHampton for Registrant cal.ndar day prior to the bid opening REGISTER Dated this 28 day of January A.D..
20 1/14 4.. date If not previously qualified by fhe 1987 In Bradford
FL 32044 2/26 4tpd 3/19 FICTITIOUS NAME County.
Clay Hlgn ((31)-) 10 10 1 3\ Division forth* current biennium (July 1 2/5 2/26 '
C/sr/ High ((31)). L.lnbuell 401. Tinner 104, 0500-198* 0003 thru June 30)) of odd number Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida :
Bryant 2 0.. Burnev 104, Bright 101, Outlay Miller. P.L. Sr. bid will be received years.Sealed publicly Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ------ ---
2 '/' 7. Totals:: 14'1/4 II NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn undersigned Dr. W. David S.kes, 218
P.O. Box 1271 opened and read aloud on:
2/4/87, W.F. ANDREWS RT. 1. Walnut St., Starke. Fla. 32091 sole
Stark., FL 32091 DATE AND TIME March 12, 1987 Until NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
0114-1980011 BOX 227, BROOKER, FL 3222 made application 2:00 P.M. local time. owner doing business under the firm REGISTERFICTITIOUS
for water use permit 2-87-00011 name of Bradlord Chiropractic Center NAME
PLACE Main Conference Room. Administration
Tennis Courts Norman. Joan A. for en average dally withdrawal of Building Florida State 218 Walnut St.. Stark.. Fla. 32091 Intends Pursuant to Section 85.09, Florida
To Be Refurbished Rt. 1. Box 108 0.0128 million gallons per day from Prison, Stork. Florida. to register said fictitious name Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
Lawt.y, FL 32058 ground water located In' Section 21, PROPOSAL Bids must be submitted In under the aforesaid statute. und.r.lgned..Joh.. A. Jones i Steve E.
The council is looking into ii-lm 2775198080Picard Township 06 South Rang.20 East, Bradford full accordance with the requirements of Doted this 16 day of February. A.D. Luther 424 S. Thompson St., Star....,

bishing the tennis courts al Lnkrsxk- ,Jo. C. County, Florida for agricultural the Drawing. Specification, Bidding 1987 In Bradford County. Florida joint owners, doing business
Park including) repairing the lights) Box 591 u.... Condition and Contractual Condition, 2/19 4tpd 3/12 under the firm name of A < S Auto
on them. Councilman Bill Th<>nui>> Stark., FL 32091 Written objection or comment on which may be examined and obtained Unlimited 424 S. Thompson St.. Stark.
said he didn't think the'sUI'I"ceut I he 0029-1984.., this application may be filed with thoGov.rnl..g from the! Florida Intends to register said fictitious
Board of the Suwannee River
courts needed) w ark done. Don R. name under the aforesaid statute.
any except 'Water Management District Rout 3. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER: Morgan NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

perhaps for edging the concrete Box 64, live Oak Fl 32060, until ArchitectP.O. NOTICE Is hereby given that I, DolphE. Dated this 10 day of Feburary. A.D.
New lights and new nets mil l Renmer. Louise S. 3/16/87. Drawer 1208Keystone Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County 187 In Bradford County.
the extent of the repairs needed 1650W. Madison St., Apt. M3 2/26 Itchg Heights, Florida 32656T.lephonel Florida under and by virtue of Writ of 2/124tpd: 3/5
Stark., FL 32091 904-473-2662 or Execution, 'O.wltlE..cullon
2248-198* 026 90..73.2166 issued out of Stat. of

Account HF705 Florida Dept of Revenue for Department
of and
Revenue, against VaughnJohnson
tlon for contract award will be potted In Company, defendant In the Sealed bids will be received by the City
room .100. 1311 Wln.wood Blvd.. amount ol $4.94.74 together with cost Commission of the Ci.y.of Starke. "-
ATTENTION' Tallahassee, Florida. The contract will of collection. Florida at the City Hall In Starke. Florida
be awarded by the Assistant Secretaryof Have setied and have In my possession until 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. March 3,
Office of Management and Budget the following described personal 1487, at which time and place all bids
Department of Correction property to-wlt received will be publicly opened and
This Department reserves the right to 1985 Chevrolet Blaier Tag No.AQV-626 read aloud on the following
Parents reject and and all bids. I.0. No. 1G8EK18H5FFI2118 Constructing a turn lane at Edwards
2/26 2'chg3/5 As the property of the above named Road and Orange Street.
defendant and that on Monday th.l6th Area 358 sq. yards.
Specifications may be obtained at City
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO day of March, 1987 at two o'clock on sold Hall.

and Concerned REGISTER day on the premises of the Bradford The City of Starke reserves the right to
Citizensof FICTITIOUS NAME County Jail. I will offer for sale and sell accept or reject' any or all bids.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida to the highest bidder for cash In hand. For The Starke City CommissionNeil

I. Tucker
City Clerk
the 2/19--- 2tchg 2/26

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Notice Is hereby given that under and by
Lawtey Elementary virtue of Part IV of Chapter 53. F.S. as
Self.Storage Facility Act. that the undersigned
will sell for cash to the highest
bidder at the corner of Laura and Water

Streets, Slar... Florida, at 1:00 p.m.. on
School AreaIf FLOUNDERDINNER the 8th day of March 1987 the contentsof
Unit 10. belonging to RICHARD
PARKER containing personal and
household goods. By Aliens Attic Self
Service Storage P.O. Box 656. Keystone

you are interested in Heights. Florida 32656.
your 2/19 2tchg 2'26

school and would like for it to include NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO


the eighth grade level Tossed salad Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section NAME 8650*. Florida
you green Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
with your choice of dressing, 4 undersigned Rifkin Cable Income Part-
ners. Limited By Its General Partner:

should act now by contacting all Two Southern-style By Rifkin Its Cable General Management Partner: Partners Rifkin Cable L.P.

hush puppies Management By: Monroe M. Rifkin.
'4 E L_ President 360 South Monroe Street
your school board members and Suite 250. Denver Colorado 80209. sole

owner doing business In Bradford Coun-
ty under the firm name of Bradford
yG Cablevision from its main office situatedat
the office of the Bradford
County Country-style County Road 224, at Old Jennings

I,7 green beans Rood. Orange Park, Florida 32073. intends
to register sold fictitious name
of Public Instruc- rs under the aforesaid statute.
Superintendent 1987.Dated this II day of February. A.D..

2/19 4tpd 3/12

tion. Lemon wedge -_ --- -

Without your support now Ocean flounder filets] lightly NOTICE NOTICE I* hereby OF SHERIFF'S given that SALE I, Dolph

seasoned and grilled,served over $3.99SUNDAY S. Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford County. -
.Florida under and by virtue of Writ of
a bed of fluffy rice.
Execution 'awltlE.acutlo.
children be
your may attending .. Issued out of County Court
& WEDNESDAY of Alachua County.Florida pursuant to a

school at the Bradford County AllYoitCanEatCountryStyle Final Services Judgement Co. for of Florida.Associates Inc.Financial and

Fish Dinner $3.99Dining against Sinclair Holmes end Evelyn
Holmes Bradley, defendant In th*
Room Service Only amount of 1722.25 together with cost
Middle School Starke in the sixth of collection.

Have telied and have In my po....-
MONDAY & TUESDAY2Piece slon th. following described personal

grade. Now is the time to speakout Fish Dinner $2.39Captain property I.D.to-wlt No.1981 Tot Ford 1SFXBNA82828 Pickup

A. the property of the above named
defendant end that en Monday Hoe 9th
and express your opinion not day of March. 1987 at two o'clock en said
day an tat premise of the Bradford
County Jell. I will offer for sale and sell
after the children have been to th* highest. bidder far cash hi hand
mov- 6 th* above described property of said
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. -

ed. A great little seafood pbc C. Dolph. f. Reddish Sheriff

e Bradford Ceunty. Florida
2/12"'chIr /'


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Tennis Teams Have 4 /1 I vt

High Hopes for 1986


The Bradford High School varsity eludes: Jason Brown, Jody Brown,
tennis teams are poised to begin Paul Bawek, Pat Digs( Kirby Joe .

another exciting season but were Hildebran, Rick Kimutis, Ron ...n ,, ,..
- -
rained out in the first scheduled Thomas and Mike Smith.
match of the year, against Mid- New players for the boys include: 1987 BIIS Boys Tennis Team...
die Daren Dever, Andy Frey, Chris
i burg. has been Holloway, Chris Noege), Mark Members: the 12"">* kIu B seam at Bradford High are 11.0: Ron Brown. Chris Norgrl, Jody Brown, Andy Frey, Chris Holloway, Pat
That match rescheduledfor
March 30 at BUS. Shuford and Eric Traugott.The Thomas Paul Bawrfc. Darer Drver. Mark St ",. Mike Smith Jason Diggs.

"We have some hard working ladies' team also lost just one
players on both teams this ," senior from last season Donna n r. L
commented BHS varsity year tennis Parado, and is certain to improve on '
coach Jerry McGriff. "I think we'll last year's 5-6 record. ;; ; ;i=z: 4
this include
do pretty well this season, but we Top players season :
Thomas Kim
have some tough teams on our Maria Sapp, Sherry
schedule. Ross, Jackie Nguyen, Holly Shields,
The BHS boys and girls teams Amy Lewis and Tricia Parado.
travel to Fernandina Friday for the New players for the girls include:
first of one of those tough matches, Joy Vellenga, Carrie Shaw and Jill
to be played at Amelia Island, then Strickland."We .
open at home Monday, March 3 in a are in a new 3A district this
match set for 4 p.m. season so we will be playing some
The boys team has lots of experience different schools," Coach McGriff t4 qr
heading into- the new said. "If everyone works hard and #
season as they try to improve on an has a good attitude we could have a
outstanding, 9-3 from a year ago. great season. -.J
The team only lost one senior to The new schools on the Tornadoes c _.
graduation Jimmy Wilson. schedule this season include Fernan-
The roster for this season In- dina Beach, Live Oak and Palatka. 1987 BITS Girls Tennis Team...

Member of the 1987 girls reels learn at BIIS arc ll-r): Carrie Shaw.Coach Jerry McGriff.
Kim Sapp.Sherry ROM. Maria Tfcama*.Joy Vrllraga.Holly Shields,and Not shown: Jackie Nguyen. Amy Leis, Tricia Parado. Jill Strickland.

Boys Defeat Clay High,

Face Forest in Districts


Bradloid I basketballers (face big, season game last Friday, Feb. 20, in
tall Ocala Forest in the first game of the BHS gym.
the District Tournament at 7:30: p.m. BHS ended the regular season
tonight (Thursday, Feb. 26) in the 8-15, but won its final four regular FAMILY STEAKHOUSE
Santa Fe Community College gym in season games. Clay High was 12-14
Gainesville with the loss.
Fore, 17.8, beat Biadloid handily BHS managed to feed 6-6 center U.S. 301 South Starke
in Ocala In the BHS gym, the Tornadoes Pat Diggs inside enough to over-
hung tough and cut a big come the tall Clay High five. Diggsled
Forest lead to 3-5 points, bcloie los BHS with 17 points. Diggs, with
ing in the final minutes. 16 rebounds, also had a big hand in
Forest has a strong inside game controlling the defensive boards to
with its big men. "We will) have to prevent more Clay High shots.
eliminate our turnovers and have a Guard Eugene Blye bucketed 12
good game out of our tour guu'ds to points, mostly from outside, the only
win. It we can play good team other BHS player in double figures.
basketball we ought to come out in Big Ron Brown scored 7 points.
good shape," says Tornado Coach Malachi Jenkins added 6 points,7 re-
Jay Godwin 'We' of do- bounds, and had 4 steals.
ing that," Godwin added Blye had six assists, John Berry 5,
BHS had won lour in a row going and Harold Chandler 4.
into the tournament. Clay's Theodore Monroe scored a
Easlside and North Marion also game high 18 points.
play Thursday. The winners of the BHS beat Clay High by three
two games will play Friday night, points in the second game of the
Feb 27, lor the district title, season played before the Clay stu-
dent body.
Indlord 0 II It 17 il
BUS 53 Clay High 46 Cloy High 10 II f II. Mrodford
((53) Blv 6 0 12 Berry /4.1 Brown
The Tornado five broke open a 1.1/"'7, Jenklni 1./1-6. Dlggt 11/117, Norman
1 0/1 4. Chandler 2.011.. Tonu: 22.tlll-lI.
close game by shading Clay High .
Cloy High(ta))' Dill.-0*.Johnson I 0-1,Corner
in the third and went .
16-9 period onto lot Monroe "/' II. P'lummo 1 0-4, Bryant t
.a 53-46 win in the" final regular ..0 .. Totolii: 10 I/I... f IV y

I Ladies Absorb tough AllResidents Starke

51-50 loss in DistrictsRepeatedly

the girls tapped the free throw by six-foot Michelle
basketball up for what would have Shirley, who led the game's scoring
been the game-winning basket, but it with 22 points, to go up by one 51-50
just wouldn't fall through the hoopas with 28 seconds left.
Bradford High lost 51-50 to North Tornado Felicia Davis fouled with
Marion in the opening round of the 19 seconds remaining. The foul was
District 5-3A Tournament at ruled intentional, BHS was sent back
Gainesville High last Thursday, down the floor but the NM missed
Feb. 19.The both free throws. That scene was
loss ended the BHS girls' repeated with five seconds left, with
season at 139.Naturally NM again missing both free throws. DONALD D. (BONNY) FALCON
everybody was disap- Facing a tough BHS man-to-man
pointed. "I can think of at least halfa defense, NM failed to inbound the
dozen things I could have done dif- basketball within the alloted five
ferently," said Coach John Slater seconds and BHS got the ball out.
the next day. "I'm just sorry for the BHS inbounded the ball and Kendra IS +
seniors," said Coach Slater. BHS is Butler got her shot but it bounced 1
losing just two to graduation, out. BHS kept the basketball in play
leading scorer Beverly Mosley and and tapped back up above the basket .+ *:.J
steady, dependable 'starter Ann four times, but the ball just would
Starling not fall. Finally, NM controlled to
end the
In the third period which the BHS game.
Beverly Mosley led BHS with 14
girls, going cold at the basket, points. Angel Spell and Janet Ken-
is the main
scored only six points nedy each added 12. Kennedy hit
reason for the lead. BHS led by as
from the side. Spell added crucial
many as 12 points in the first half. baskets from outside in the second 'T-i
LHS was up 16-10 after the first half when nobody else was hitting.
period and 32-24 at the half BHS got ahead in the final minutesbut "tw
North Marion tied the score at 35
NM's Bretteher hit twice
with just over four minutes left in from 25 feet to keep the Raiders up.
the third period, taking advantage of Bretteher scored 11 and Stephanie
Tornado turnovers and poor Brown 10 for NM.
shooting. When BHS would miss, the
record II II I 12 MNorth
taller Raider girls would usually get Morion. I* 14 II II
the rebound. BHS trailed four points, rodoro1 ((50), ) MOIloy S-4/I-I4. SlMII S-l/l-ll. You must have been a beautiful .
38-42, at the end of the third period. Davli/ 1.0/1 I. Starling 2 1-4, Butter 1+1. K...

The BHS girls fought back until nody North 5-2/J-U.Morion Totals(C..)- Maiming 21,11..10.2.2/H. IrvttohorWHO look at !
baby cause baby now
they had the score knotted at 50 with Brown 4-1/2-11 Shirley 11-1/1II. McIntosh you
about two minutes left. NM got one 0.1/2.2.ToUlii 21,f/11.III .

1 'Contributions may be made to 4

Medley Team SecondThe D.D.F. Old Age Fund ?

girls mile medley relay finished the meet. There were no team
second and Unissa King finished scores, only individual places, !-6.
third in the shot put and discus at the The OP Relays open the outdoor Y
Second annual Orange Park Relays track season. Happy 40th
Tuesday, Feb. 24. "I'm very pleased with the first
The mile medley team is Ashan outdoor performance of the season,
Ramona particularly in view of the fact that
Jenkins, Kim ,
Tennant, and Christ Harrell. The the team is dominated by freshmenand
BirthdaySonny -
second place finish was largely due sophomores, says Coach -
to the effort of sophomore Christi! George Loper. '"They did an ex-
Harrell) who anchored the relay witha cellent job against some really
2:39: half mile. powerful Class 4A schools in the
Kim Adams placed fourth in the rainy, cloudy, and cold weather," = -
long jump and fourth in the shot. Loper noted. For the first time they
Cory Roberts ran a 51.9 split in the ran, the Tornadoes did really] well,
mile relay for the top BHS boys per- the coach says. The over-all team ef- ..' f p"a:
formance.Ten fort was really outstanding. .

schools, eight of them Class /., ,
4A schools, competed in the OP Upcoming: 1 fir *
Relays, postponed from Feb. 21 This Saturday, Feb. 28, BHS goesto t 1st w
when the OP athletic complex was Jacksonville to the Sandalwood i 4'
under water. Bradford High and Invitational.It From Your Family
Bishop Kenny were the two Class 3A is an open metric meet. Each ,
school competing.Both coach can put as many kids in each

girls) and boys competed in event as he wishes. Loved Ones & Friends







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Union county broiler producerscome

1 '''r

to standstill over terms of contract ,
-- a

K.v Mark Frirdlin contract onlbem.AnoIIwr growers from disease and other
BCT Staff Writer crucial difference in the natural disasters. rjs
Poultry growers in Bradford and new contract in addition to the Cargill formerly Paramount)
Union Counties have banded amount of the price per pound increase stopped delivering supplies of baby __ r
together to protest what they think is is the removal of a price chicks to the growers early in : '. : : v--
an unfair new contract offered for floor for growers featured in the old February when the old contract expired
their services by their distributor in contract which protected the and at least 78 of 108 growers .
When the Paramount poultry processing P
firm offered their leading :
growers a new contract last year.
the growers were "shocked"" in the ..:..
words of Bradford County grower '""
Aurther Gaskins and have decidednot "' d/-i: ______
to accept the terms of the new offer '
,which Gaskins says includes the
removal of crucial of- =
guarentees ; =--0;; .. ._... .......,.
fered in the old agreement and a __ i. & -"iL: ...."" '-'IIIIIIa't: _1
"miniscule" increase in the price ==: ==:: Idled...

the firm paid per pound of broilers _.. pO Broiler growing houses like these have been idled In Bradford, Union and three other counties: since a I
raised by growers in a five county t
area. CMlractoal disagreement between local growers and their processor
The new contract offered by Para
mount to the local growers gives in the five county area refused to 1 1i
them an effective raise of one six: 'j;: ti' sign the new one.
: :
hundreth of a cent per pound and -- Exact figures are hard to get BRADFORD SQUARE__ '
would be the first raise m over six : because Cargill refuses to recognize ,.
years, if the growers accept the of : r the Northeast Growers Association, ,
-:: :]t of which Gaskins is DRESS i
==: the current yN
fer.According r: e ;
to Gaskins. a veteran president and will not deal with the I NrV w GIFT SHOP
grower with over lOO.UOO's worth of growers as a group,instead electing : Biidtotil Square Shipping Curter I't '
empty chicken houses now sitting .r to approach each grower separately Mon.-Sat, 9:30-5:30: : ,(
idle on his land the small increase in to discuss terms of the new contract.
the offered to .... Cargill said in release
per pound price being a press that Clear theHangers
the growers is particularly hard to ... 4 t the removal of price guarantees will
understand according to Gaskins .- -' :. not hurt growers because the Sale!
and other growers interviewed by ", guarantees were replaced with
the Telegraph when they considerthe : performance incentives" under REDUCTIONS OF
drastic increase in the popularity I;," EJ which the most effective growerscan
of poultry products in the past six make more by operating more L> 50 % & 75 %*
years when growers were operating efficiently. < ODDS ft ENDS GCOI''II I lr \ t D.r
under the old contract. "You can't do anything about a At GIVE AWAY fW (IS a
batch of sid;chicks or a big loss due o O
I S"n".n
(/) Do".J'"
"Look at the fast food industry" to natural causes" Gaskins says of Sails Blnutes
Gaskins said. "Chicken is just as the change. 'These incentives are 'QK stun Slacks O
popular as beef on the menus of most fine if a grower has a perfect harvest O Swoo'rrs N
places now where six years ago they each lime. But any farmer knows K Hanrll.ojs|
sold just a tiny fraction of what they that that just can't happen.Over the !iQ o PflK,,. C
do now Their(Paramount)prices to course of a few years something :: ore Q DIm n
the rest of the industry have increased unexpected like that is going to hap-
dramatically in the past few pen. The old contract got you Ii'I
years then instead of sharing their through natural disasters when they
profits, they offer us this increase occured. The new incentives would
which when you take into accountthe leave a grower who operates on a +
removal of guarantees will mean marginal basis high and dry in times d'S
of trouble.:'
that many growers will actually
It ; make Jess than,before.. .-',/... 4. Most of the growers in the area are
'... Gaskins says the troubles in the now going through what would be O
relationships between the growers .... the middle of a new.45-day: growing At t Addlllonel
and the company began when season with empty houses on their SALES Markdowns I
Painters Poultry was bought out by land land no end to the impasse in FUTAL on Fall ADP.r.I A Wlntp __)
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Cargill was the subject of a recent newspaper advertisements .BRADFORD SQUARE
news report on the ABC news-show throughout the five county area,anda
20-20 in which the growth of the firmto representative from the company
the one of the worlds' largest was Empty Houses. Uncertain Future. told Gaskins that the company"has
explored. Bradford County Bralirr grower Gin MMTT is..*.(...last grawers
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consuming bottom line mentality"and ter the w.rdi.g.1 the vet[..tract...01Pf.Bowen hi a five
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I take-over of Paramount, and the in difcagrrromt.
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I Former Bradford County resident promoted to important Michigan postBy I


Mark Staff FriftllinHCT the U of F School of Journalism and WJIM in Lansing Michigan, as wellas very active in association profes- president of the Michigan National He has served as"a member of the I
Former Bradford Writer Communication.After a stint both as news director and sional groups and community Guard Retired Olficc-rs Associationand Board of Elders of Peoples Churchin I
graduate William (Bill High School period of military service anchorman with WFGA-TV In groups sinces he moved to the city of the Arts Council of Greater Lan East Lansing and on the Boards of
Dansby was
which Included
attendance in eight Jacksonville. Lansing.He Mid-Michigan of the I
sing. Other activities in. Chapter
recently named head of community
as a large
military schools Including the U.S. Dansby has put together a distinguished American Red
professionals In clude the chairmanship of the Lansing Cross and the City
organization Army Command and General Staff career in public and profes- Is past president of the Public Youth Advisory Opportunity Club of Lansing.The .
Michigan, where he and his familynow College and the National Defense sional service since he left the warm Relations Association of Michigan, Committee and the Salvation Army
reside. University, he retired as a Colonel In climate of FLorida for the cold the Capitol Club (an organization of Advisory Committee former BUS graduate lives
the U.S. Army Reserve afte 34 yearsof shores of Lake Michigan. chief association executives in Lansing with his wife Linda, and their
Dansby is the new Executive Vice- service in the Army National Dansby,who Is a certified associa- ) and Is also a member of the International He is the past promotion chairmanof 15-yard-old daughter In East Lans
president of the Michigan Association Guard and Army Reserve. tion executive (C.A.E.) of the Association of Op- the of the Ingham County (his cur ing. An older daughter, Melanie, is a
of the Professions (MAP). American Society of Association Executives tometric Executives and International rent residence) United Community freshman at the University of
After graduating from BUS. Dansby went on to a career in (ASAE) and a winner of the Association of Optometric Chest and chairman of the fund Michigan.
Dansby attended the University of television journalism, serving as associations' "Management Editors. drive of the Ingham County Dansby's new position was diet
Florida where HP graduated from news director and anchorman at Achievement Award," has been lie has served n.. the pact .q'ular Il.'oft-n.. .. A..",. lotionn. live In January

I Whispering Pines Care Center offers new program... for residents, families I
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A new program to relate genealogy and childhood events, capture of picture and sound of the to remember scenes and conversations University of Ohio, with a bachelors tients having Alzheimer's disease
genealogy and childhood events, while being recorded on video tape. resident telling about events of the from times past. degree in psychology. She has extensive Former director of activities Julio I
called "Heritage Program," for The feature is being handled as an past, and recording family history, Ms. Astra is a graduate of the experience in working with pa Thompson is moving out of the area
residents and their families is bring adjunct of the Activities Department before it Is lost to posterity.A .
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Whispering Pines personnel request 225 at US :SOI Lawtey
"Heritage Program," provides an program is free to residentsand family members to participate in 782-3017 Y Florida National Bank .
opportunity for residents to relate families, making possible the the program by getting the resident If you are on food stamps or social
security- you cannot afford not to shop cordially invites you to attend
with us
FREEZER SPECIAL our 50th Anniversary Celebration
I Richardson '
promotedNita INCLUDES 19.95 March 1, 1987 from 2 p.m. 4 p.m.

Reynolds Richardson, a When FSP was severed from the 1 Cut Up Fryer. 1 ..Whole Fryer Main Office
20-year() veteran in corrections, has administration of its counterpart 1 Pkg. Stew Meat, 1 Pkg. Sausage
been promoted to the position of Union Correctional Institution, in 1- Pkg. Cube. Sleak. 10 Pork Chops 105 W. Jefferson Street
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appointed to the business manager operation. Chuck: Stsak B.
position of a major male institution Corrections business managersare C.1Ie stark .. .. .. .. .. .. III. '1.79 Customer of the Month drawing
Florida. Several of the smaller responsible for the
in penal institutions have women several funds from which budgeting the prison "..n. CHuck .. .. .. .. .. Ib. 1.59
supervising fiscal affairs, but the operates, the disbursing of all funds, IrckurI.rFdra lM . lb.1.39 4
major facilities have been a bastionof purchasing activities, canteen 'S v T.....I.... . .. taek1.69 Refreshments will be served.
male dominated administrative records, and
postions, in times past. operations warehousing equipment, in addition to super- 1l11Ie,. SI... .. .. .. sack 69'
vising accounting functions and CklokM ... .. .. .. Ik. 69"
Ms. Richardson came up throughthe operating the inmate bank.The position -
ranks, having begun as a book is on the same pay level with ---- COUPON-- -.
keeping machine operator at Union assistant superintendents of the I I 10% Off II I II .
Correctional Institution, in April. same institutions I I II
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several clerk grades, and fiscal tional grounds, and has no plans for I of MeatExcluding I II II
assistant postions, prior to being retirement.. She has five sons, threeof I I Chicken 1 1I : Sat I
promoted to chief acountant of FS1 whom work for the Department of Nita Richardson Expect more from us.
in 1976. Corrections around the state. 1___ andjSpecial!! __ Mi'inlu-rFDIC.
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t New marketing program set in 11 countiesA "

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auspices of the North Central Madison, Columbia, Suwannee, Zelda E. Dielrick, former u, i + j PUERTO RICANrum
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headquartered Gainesville. Alachua, Bradford, Union,Dixie andGilchrist County Chamber of Commerce, has DRY -" ,
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Economic Development," the The new program will be based in Dietrick is a native of the CASE 59 2or. 5s7at.
organization was formed to generate the Lake City Regional Office, area. I
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1'11111' SECTION Fcbruary2ils7Bradford's

Jim Reddish promoted to new superintendant

by fluster Rahn University of Florida, in 1954 and graduated four years later with a BS UCI, plan to build a home and move
HIT Staff Writer received his commission as a 2nd and BA degree in property and to Keystone Heights, in the near
Jim Reddish, former assistant Lieutenant in June, 1958, upon casual insurance, with a minor in future, since the two of them will be
superintendent; at Florida State graduating from the university. real estate. After 6 months active commuting in opposite directions.
Prison, has been named superintendent Reddish said he graduated on a military duty, Reddish worked in Reddish said he worked for former
of Putnam Correctional Institution Saturday night, and reported to Ft. Orlando with American Fire and corrections administrator LawrenceE
at Palatka, effective Feb. 20. Benning.in Columbus, Ga., the next Casualty Co., in the sales depart Dugger for several years, and
Reddish has been an assistant morning. He remained on active duty ment. subscribes to Dugger's philosophy of
superintendent at FSP and UCI for d1g as an infantry officer for six mon- Reddish is married to tHe former operating prisons with firmness and
the past 10 years. Reddish is retired 4,1,71 ths.Reddish Sandra Whitehead, daughter of Mr. fairness for both inmates and
from the Florida National Guard asa attended the Infantry Of- and Mrs. J.B. Whitehead. Mrs Red- employees.
lieutenant colonel. ficer's Leadership Course in Ft. dish owns and operates Leila's
Reddish began work with the Benning prior to being promoted to Dress Shop in Bradford Square.Sandra Reddish,after reflecting on it,also
Department of Corrections in 1st Lieutenant in 1965, at which time is also a senior sales director credits his parents with influencinghis
September, 1961, as a Correctional he became an aide to Brig. General with Mary Kay Cosmetics. values of life and his philosophy.The .
Officer I, with a beginning salary of Ralph C. Davis. The Reddishes have two children: main avocation of Reddishnow
$300 per month. His first assignmentwas Dates of promotions and Daughter, Marla Ruth, 19, is a student is as a supporter of the Florida .
in the East Unit, now Florida M ,v assignments become lost to at Santa Fe Community College Gator football team. He is a former
State PrisonFSP) where he performed memory, but Reddish said he was where she plays softball.) Son Kirk president of the local Gator Quarter-
routine security duties for promoted to captain in due time,and Andrew, is a 10th grader at BUS. back Club
(he first 7 months of his employment became commander of the Starke Jim!1d Sandra! who reside at
with the department. In April 1962 National Guard Unit. He became a .
he was promoted to the position of staff officer in operations, upon his
''lassilication Officer I and transferred promotion to major.
to Union Correctional Institution : Reddish worked on a cor- .
, UCI, at Raiford. He received a one respondence course for three years,
step promotion to Classification Of- which was capped-off with a two
licc-er II in 1963, and remained in week on campus stay at the U.S. riiourrALL
(that position for the next 3 years.In 4 General and Command College, at
1966, Reddish moved into an ad- Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. Although he i
ministrative position, with his promotion competed with officers from both
to Classification Supervisor i the regular army and national guard
I, and returned to the East Unit. ."..- r- ,,-.... n& .1 aa"'u__ l S4J '" untis, his grade average was high
Three years later, in 1969, Reddish enough to win a place of honor on the
returned to UCI as Classification Jim Recltlifth Commandant's list.
Supervisor II, and head of the institutional Reddish was promoted to Lt. Col-
classification department onel,assigned to selective service on

After serving in that capacity UCI for nine years, taking a lateral accomplished by Reddish, and the general staff, when he retired
for 2 years, Reddish took a lateral transfer to FSP in 1985 to gain addi-- reflects the high esteem in which he from the National Guard in April,
transfer to the Reception and tional experience in the maximum is held by the several 1986. x'tirg AMERICAN
Medical Center (RMC) in Lake security institution. After having superintendents which initiated and
Personal Data...
Butler. In 1974 he was promoted to served two years as assistant approved his promotions.
Chief Classification Supervisor,with superintendent at FSP. Secretary Reddish,one of seven sons of Mrs.
department wide responsibilities for Richard Dugger assigned Reddish to Military Career... Ruth Sapp Reddish of Starke and the FOOD BARFor
classifying inmates, and assigning the Putnam institution as While late Shenff P.D. Reddish, was bornat
I hem to institutions best suited to individual superintendent,a top administrative moving up the career ladderin Heilbron Springs and attended
needs.In in a civilian occupation, Reddishwas elementary school there through the
position corrections. .
1976 UCI Supt. Raymond The steady promotion every couple also actively pursuing a 7th grade. a real treat try our FOOD BAR.
Massey chose Reddish for one of his of years, to ever increasing Florida distinguishedmilitary career in the Reddish graduated from Bradford
'two assistants,and he returned once responsibilities, is testament to the National Guard. High School in 1954 and was a football .
Reddish You will find of meat
was recruited into the a variety
again to UCI. Reddish remained at dependability and quality of work and track star. He entered the ,
R.O.T.C while a freshman at theM
University of Florida in the fall,and

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I Crime Subcommittee: Votes No Expiration On Death WarrantsFlorida I


death warrants wouldnave chairman. death warrants indefinite. says the governor would be requiredto deciding whether to recommend the challenge the stale's death-perwlty
no expiration date under bill -n.r.- is to have an orderly
reschedule the inmate's executionfor I death penally, whether a law officer statute.
passed by a House criminal justice procedure vbrre we mvtr forward within the next month. was killed and whether homicidewas
a Former Gov Bob Graham signed
Mjtx-ommittw t.. ellPdrocu8._." said Rep For example if an inmate received t
committed in relation
drug 152 warrants. Sixteen inmates were
The Penalities Charles Caoadjr. U Lakeland who a stay on the night before his Now,a new death warrant must be I trafficking.Opponents. his
Crimes and Prosecution executed during eight years.as
scheduled execution, the warrant
chairs the Mibrmnmttltev "the issued if a stay of execution is
Subcommittee adopted the public has to amOdenrr n our would not expire at a certain hour granted for a time extending beyondthe to governor.
Brantley's legislation
measure (PCB 2)) to help dear -
would be in effect if
S\'nn.- and once again life of the warrant. Most
warrants Martinez two
roadblocks in executing Florida'smore argued that tinkering with death recently signed warrants
than 250 convicted killers and II the measure tt adored by the the stay were vacated. The warrant are good for about a week. warrants would give inmates No inmates have been tex-.
full House of Rcsfvcscnlatncs. bythe wourd become moot only if the inmates
another eculed under his administration.Glenda's .
to restore public confidence the legal foothold from which to
Senate and signed into bw by. sentence was struck down. The measure also would allow
death penalty said the panels GOT Bob :)lulosr M would make If a court lifts the stay, the bill juries to consider two new factors in' I

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118 S. Thompson Street 964-4151 .

I Impasse_pre I r I : SALEPERM :

empty houses on reserve"'near Live attempt to break the impasse m ameeting That covered the price increase. profitability will depend even more & HAIRCUT 25
Oak. mediated by Sen. Wayne They wouldn't even discuss the on efficient and productive manage- ,
"I've found out that they do not HaHmgmorlife. D-Lake City who is guarantees we are losing under the ment of their facilities. This incen Christine & DeBora Only!
have any empty chicken houses in chairman of the Senate Agriculture proposed agreement. tive structure is necessary for.
reserve just as a I thought Comm-. CargjII's advertisements make no Cargill to remain competitve within Leather Sweaters Reg. $45 ... Now $35
Gaskins said. "I always knew it The meeting faded to resolve any mention of the growers refusal to the broiler industry."
didn't make sense that there would of the cmicut fmMems wtech has sign a new contract,stating the company The growers who are currently Angora Sweater Shell Reg. $20 ... Now $8
be many empty chicken houses that led to the impasse dtsnte an intensive needs growers because of "in- refusing to sign the new contract
weren't being used considering the effort by stale officials at the creased consumption of poultry pro- have the house capacity to produce "We Like To Keep You Looking Good" _
recent popularity of the product. mee1wg..h"'tnnItoaau the middle ducts" and. the "area's population close to 4.7 mill ion birds in one grow
Also they might as well pay us mhat ground"sword eig to Gaskins. growth. ing period a sizeable portion of
we want in a new contract instead of "The Cargill representatives Cargtll's only statement to the Paramount's supply.
trying to go outside the area too Car. wouldn't badge from their press about the terms of the new Gaskins says if the company
They would save money sucking statements that the new contract is contract remains the same. Paramount refuses to even consider their re-
with us compared to the transport really a better deal Gaskins General Manager George quests, they will be forced to look to
costs of shipping them in from that reported. -Dcsfrte the fact that we McCabe said "the major change in other processors for new contracts. COMETo
distance." bad dear documented proof to the the contract offered by Cargill to individual Some growers have even consideredthe
Gaskins other growers and contrary. They said their contractwas growers is a reduction in possibility of starting their own
representaives of Cargill met similar to contracts offered byaher the guaranteed minimum payment. processing plant, which would serve
recently in Tallahassee in a unique processors in other regions "Under new contract, growers the five county area.

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I News at Starke ]ElementaryTeacher I RtDA Lawn-Garden Nursery ielson'sMA@SES---


of the Week and Don. and ships, making it possible for the 539 E Call Street Sfarke Favorite
Mrs. Chapman was born on transporting ol fresh meats, fruits COIOh
Open 9-5-3O Call 964-5745
Mrs Betty Ann Chapman is a and
December Her hobbies vegetables.
are cross-
third grade teacher at our school.
McLeod Bethune '
2. -
stitching,reading and skiing. Easier
She teaches all subjects. is her lavorite holiday. 1875-1955: Educator, singer. Starteda feoaumper"Flower Tip*

attended Starke college with $1.50 and live III" PRUNE ROSES ROW!
Mrs. Chapman students. Founder of Bethune-
Black History Month
Elementary and graduated from Cookni.in College in Day tone. Pmme waling' rose tnuoJWs to a (!height of 18" 9 5
ltobt'l.t\u"tin, Jr.
Bradford High School. She receivedher By
.). Banneker Former
Benjamin to 24 weak! or spindly canes.
Bachelor's degree from the This week in Black History Month remownmgi 6
slave. Praised Thomas Jeflersonlor
by i,
University of Florida. She is mar we saluted the following people: an almanac he published. Built Alhuay' emit at angle perpeuwficiuIaV to> the
ried to Cliff Chapman and has two 1. Frederick McKinley Jones what is, believed to be the first clock ground jigjht above! ill baud that faces away Up
children of her own, and two step 1892-1961: Inventor invented the
made in America.
children.. Thev are Traoi. Terri Cliffs refrigerator used in trucks, pianos from\ cemtflcT< ol it It's best to use! a pruning OM Fortunrana Rootstock

sealer nn) each!' emit, especially those larger in 2 Cal. size containers

ttltaam ycMiur Jrangev Feed your roses! once a

I Brooker NewsBy I nnkoinilh ami one'emu pfiem V todhnfc" and they'll ,

IbtkxMn tdhienr heanrtts out lot yowl' 'pis

Sue DatlhlWelcome of the Brooker Baptist Church father and wife, Mr. & Mrs. Joe VEGETABLE PORTS
Home Mrs. Thursday, Feb. 26. Anyone who Hess.
wishes may bring a dish and come, i AKKUALS
Carlton enjoy the fellowship, lunch and sing. Mr. & Mrs. Dale Polk enjoyed a re ,
A great big welcome to Mrs. Hazel ing after lunch. cent trip to visit with Mr. & Mrs. i ;M
Crosby Carlton who recently return- Frank Grubbs, Mr. & Mrs. Edward ....- ,"', 'j AZALEAS
ed home to the Old Crosby Mrs. Ruby Hodges has been with Waddell, Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Waddell .. .
homestead. After being away for daughter Bobby in St. Augustine for and Mr. & Mrs. Jim Calhon, all of Buy 10 or
years it seems good to be back said several days and has returned Woodbury and Mr. & Mrs. R.L. tlj y : More at .. 199
Mrs. Carlton. She is residing in a home. James of McGraw, GA. 1- each
mobile home on the original site
where the Old Crosby home stood for Mr. & Mrs. Edward Adams of Mr. & Mrs. Paul Schneider of 19C Fau,rile Colors
so many years. (The home was Dupof, IL, has returned home after Suwannee visited Mr. & Mrs. Jake Extra Nice Plants
destroyed by fire a number of years several days of visiting with her Keene for several days last week. Tr7J Less than 10 $:l 49 each
ago). Sunday, Feb. 22, became a a.-_ra.ar. taeC
memorable day for Mrs. Carlton as
her children, grand and great.

grandchildren all gathered to pay Lee's Restaurant & Lounge FEED YOUR GRASS.. KILL THE WEEDS
homage to her on her 83 birthday.The .
rain and cold never slows the f t 800 North Temple ((301 N.I I Starke. Florida I j] t to Use Gro-Tono Weed C Feed -
down when there is j
cause :
Crosby's for celebration. The clan gathered at We Serve Superb Chinese Food M7> sSR to Is formulated for Florida, contains organic,

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil) & Steaks American Style) $24.9S crWIotvd!ironS
and Seafood ( =
Vellenga for the occasion. Those ._- Lei Oteess &viral elements plus weed killer
present were, Marilyn Vellenga and TRY OUR: Early Bird Dinner Special ItPM1liea h Anramn*to control prm wg mc 44 post f WCIOI
Richard and Reta N RD
daughter Joy, m rg>nc*weeds .,
Crosby, Hugh, Susie Crosby, Includes: Soup Appetoer Fried Rice and Dessert itrees s Bag cover* 9 q "
children Matlhugh and Patricia, all 3:00 p.m. 7 p.m. Daily 3000> qvfr
of Brooker; Ricky and Lisa Crosby e
and son Robert of Hawthorn; Harold Family Owned and Operated 1r

and Kay Harris and son Lee of OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK 964-6601 Have Us Spread It for You
Melville; Lane and Betty Goodson,
Dara and Shuril Goodson and Lunch: 11 a.m. 3 p.m. I w r f1 We'll deliver spread Gro Lane 150,
daughter Antoinet, Lief and Sally Thurs = premium fertll err(T only I
Dinner 3 9:30: Monday
: p.m. p.m. Metro
Goodson, all of Lakeland; Mrs. area only
Melony Narkowitz and son Tony of 3 p.m. 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday rr titri ptr.bat
Chuckey,TN Mrs.Valeria Sukow of
Ocala/ ; Steve;and Peggy Griffis and Sunday' 12 Noon 3 p.m. I i i 3 .ter" fur T r; 3 I .r lr

son Nitch and Mrs. Elain Griffis, all
of Starke; and Mrs. Rhonda
Crawford and children Benjaminand
Sabrina of Lake Butler.

The Christian Fellowship Club will
be holding their monthly covered I TJ
dish luncheon at the Fellowship Hall i i Y

In the Feb. 19 edition of the ; tBank
Brooker News the picture of Jace
Pierce was not run with her essay,
instead a picture of Mitchel Gainey
was run by mistake. The Telegraph
regrets this error.

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TO MEMBERS 1986 ,..:

Dear Depositor: ,.' iY

I am happy to report thai your locally owned and '
managed Association. First I cdvral Savings and Loan
of Putnam County hoi just completed one of the OFCONDITION

iars most! profitable ye.1l'of operation in its 51 year r

In 1W6, the AsMKiation's on average assets
was 63% and our .-.,., nitwere increased from
d $5,028,303 $6,383,5 or to 5.1% of assets!
..T131* r. For the past ((12)) twelve years, management and .
the Board have operated under a philosophy of controlled r
growth; carefully managing the acquisition of FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT .
and deposits in order to create a growth rate of
assets that would not surpass" growth in profits. In
!IO. a maximum rate of of 8% was
"l"L..l;.. .l selected and management h.w carefully, adhered to ASSETS

Jace Pierce this policy. The Association has not entered into the Mortgage Loans S y8447.4C6.CO: '

I Essay Contest Winner open market and accepted deposits through p Other Loans 7.021,947.00 *
Feb.19 brokerage .service'. a practice which has crippled Estate Owned
some financial institutions. Our depositors, : 268.784.CO
people of Putnam County and surrounding areas Stock in the Federal Home Loan Bunk 756.8CO.CC ''s a:

have continued support the Avsociation with their Cash in Hand and in Banks 3,824,162.00

t deposits thereby negating the necessity for stock eon- Investments and Securities: 11,384,111.00 '
version to raise capital. The 8% growth rate plus Fixed : +
Assets: Less Dqwctiaiioin: 2,814,289.00!
s has generated sufficient moniesto .
mortgage repayments
..trmr enable the Association to effectively fund the mortgage Deferred Charges and Other AMCK 1,90,223.00'C

consumer loan demands of the county and TOTAL ASSETS $125,107,722.00
surrounding area. ./0.
f>86 was also a banner year for loans. Over $22 LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH
million was placed in the form of mortgage loans and
over $62 million was originated in consumer loans. Savings Accounts .r SI 16759,069.00
The A"1C1.1Iinn has not opened its portfolio to the Federal Home Loan Bank AAaracrv. .r\-
making of unsecured commerical loans and is extremely Other Borrowed Money U07.161.CC757.893.CC cYl.

conservative in its underwriting of comOther Liabilities :
menial: real estate loans particularly those of a e
Net VC'orthTOTAL 6,383,599.00:
speculative nature
The Association sustained loan losses which LIABILITIES AND XtT:: U'ORTH .. ':. 5125,1:7,722.00.1mounled :::
sb to less than 25% of the industry average
and those losses have been charged off out of current

The Federal Horne Loan Bank Board is raising the

\ Amount of capital! which Savings and Loans are .. y y
required: to maintain from 3% of liabilities; to 6% ;
Mitchel Contest Gainey Winner over the next !several sears to help cushion them J.H MIUJCAN;.JR. .1to..1ItItIIIJIIIIo JIoilltl''IIIItJIKR' .nusJ c...1..11..% Mil IIUl I XlliHi K s4
Essay ; .. aY Vnvl'tlfWl. I i
Feb.26 First l
( ) w
last year and now ,un.h.11 6.4 million or 5.38% ofliabilities. s.ePwdiv --...t....i.....mmW -- _- vt.rp, '
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Winning Essay W HAR\H'U\U'IIU' 'rtlsi.ursaai. (.Jt....... ... 'IU..% lAxeietall.Hls'
Hello, my name is Mitchel Gainey. To assist m further insulating the Association from Aess.Tndu.. A.wfeetaoslA.bmael .WM"'_"""-iom.-l wnaatwr, r.
My parents are Mr. & Mrs. H.P.. experiencing dramatic changes in the spread, great ,-..... walrtr.a.r
Gainey. I was born in GainesvilleFla. emphasis has been placed on the adjustable rate mortgage
and have lived in Brooker al l I which has proven to be beneficial to thee IB1crOR

( my life. I live on a farm where w borrowers as well as the A"ot:.tlion. Now 30% of its JH ttlUJCV* )KMl wRauas. II1IflUIII'Io J JltlMllt'I1IL'It'", RheM s\irrn
have chickens, cows and horses.I portfolio is classified as adjustable. Less than >*AKIJiCAKLIMjK..IWt am iit< roast L avws.rn.wsetB "

I horses.like On hunting our farm, fishing there and is a ridinf rive B! mortgage percent (.22%) of the existing! portfolio is "' 'IIItllJIo.: .'" H>NIB.,(..., tsr.o... N_

and pond that I fish in. We have tw) currently held in mortgages bearing a rate of less than
new baby colts. Soon I will be ridin I 7.0%. The Association holds all of its mortgages and
them. I also go hunting a lot on th, services them, thereby giving the borrowers a much @ i ,
farm. better degree of flexibility in accomplishing their .
I like school a lot. My favorite subjects financial. coifs FIRST FEDERAL -
are science and math. I am 01 We are optimistic that 1987 will also be a good r1
Safety Patrol and I am president o f nation SAVINGS' : AND LOAN,
Student Council. We have computers .. year for this Association. Needless-to-say, our :
our .. still faces record high federal budget deficits which, lFSUCJ
at our school. I have a computer
class at eleven-thirty eacl. unless reduced, pose a threat for interest rate in ASSOCIATION OF PUTNAM COUNTY ,.

Wednesday.I nears. : If, however, interest rates remain stable we
plan to complete high school anIto I anticipate another strong earning arid lending year.
attend college. I want to be
veterinarian. .. _. . . .. ,
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News Briefs I

Two Women Killed although there is a possibility Mar- Jackson He 3Ian tety U a farm enforcement officer, Baker was also charged on a The* mortdgo was in the amount ol
tin will plead guilty. If a trial is sash Reno. capias with two charges of DWLS $60,000(
'. :.:. Another HospitalizedIn necessary it will be held within the Faces Traffic Charges hlai w D.Carver ran when !he' was and leaving scene of an accident,according
Head-on Collision next 90 days, said Clark. James Kmrife Mwflty s T JatSttum- _.. onrtpr arrest and had to be! to Investigator Aderholt.
'.. Martin was placed in the custodyof vifle-uauc wrieitlcrd Vak2ll1lr61nC appceitesidsd he was additionally Baker was released on these Crystal Lake (CLEO)
> A head.on collision In early morn the Department of Corrections at clllaJ'ged wttb resisting arrest charges after a $707.50 cash bond
while mUiiucMlioA. awtwnAotg to Sgri.
ing fog in Union County last week Lowell March 26, 1981. David CvodoM- Hit Uvw aiks&al wirftBufl miencev said Sgt. Ren ; killed a High Springs woman and the Martin will be transported to content was Mt nI,. Bator anew pled guilty al their firstaypeaaratteen. meeting will be held Sunday
young mother of an infant who sur- ptftItI They were ordered to Vernon Keith Davis,25, of Lawteywas
Starke Monday for a court appcarence MwtJey wdu aJM.IIuuoI..w- March 1, at 2 p.m, at Camp Crystal
vived the crash. The driver of one of before Judge Osee Fagan. emfJOjmwwt iJUI'III't'RIoIInt1lilta., fay J25 taunt cost: ((each and were arrested Feb. 23 on a capias by Crystal Lake Environmental
the valid driver license, according -
cars remains hospitalized. refteaaedl charging no
according to Sgt. Gw ut'r He want Organization (OLEO,
Aderholt. He
The fatal) crash occurred at 6:30 to Investigator
Starke Woman released arter a KM.W nurefly food For further Informal on call
a.m, Tuesday, Feb. 17 when Mary was released after a$101.25 fine was
Regina Cobb of Fort White ap- Sentenced To DOCA was puh1ltd Recent ArrestsIn paid. 473-20U7

while parently westbound drove across on the CR-18 center, accor-line 26-year-old Starke woman was Young Dritcr Cited Bradford County Mortage Forclosure

ding to Trooper Phillip Kraszewski. sentenced Monday in Bradford Cir- In LB Accident The following arrests were made Granted in CourtThe
Cobb's 19113 Oldsmobile hit a 1979 cuit Court to 24 months in the iu Bradford County by local
Pontiac driven by Ann Laverne Sut- Department of Corrections for varying A Utyeariuld dlrtfww was euvtrl fur aut9erities. Torode vs.Alderman mortage
ton of High Springs. charges of grand theft and no drivers fi cube l na Ftttt Bat auil- foreclosure was granted at a hearing
Troopers said the crash destroyedboth forgery. dent>n Lake KuOtv Joseph ETisha Gnffis. of Starke Feb. 19 before Judge Osee Fagan in Lettuce or celery will crisp
cars and killed Cobb, 20, and Paula Elaine Tanner was found in Marsha Knea Ctfle III Hftjb Springs was: arrested Feb. 23 for attempted Bradford County Circuit Court.. up more quickly if you
Jeannette Williams, a 55-year-old violation of probation on two .4rwmga m AMC,____ bargrary.according to Deputy Doug The a pproximate twelve acres will place them in a pan of cold
High Springs woman riding in Sut- charges of grand theft-second bound Kin tmmubuuue Vit when tar Ywk.Bond was set at$1OOOF he was be bold March 31 at 11 a.m. following water along with a few
ton's carCobb's. degree for which she was sentencedto vehicle was Jtrwlk m lOW sidle ty a reCea! edl MS his own recognizance. advertisement, slices of raw,potato,
eight-month-old son, Gary two years DOC followed by three truck Lacking tmnato a .srsame
Jon Cobb II, was the only passengerin years probation on each charge the driveway, Ruhr Mae Kennedy, 50>r of Starke UT U1iEJ
Cobb's car The infant was released sentences will run currently Damage life BMW Fuml track, was arrested ret 23 on a capias
Feb. 19 from Shands Hospital, as Judge Osee Fagan placed Tanner driven tty CfiHgwy Jntua. Late cftorgmg! truant child, according to Bill's CB Radio
was Shirley Armstrong Edwards,33, on five years probation for two addi- Butlcrwast$ Uueeiia elr.1IItIl'.ute Investigator: David Aderholt She
a Fort White woman riding in Sut- tional cases which involved four "'MIII.TKIU.a eu ordwg..tftee f'1wIIoIIiIHJgba'q was released after a $1OOO surety Electronics & Communications
ton's carSutton. charges of forgery bank check.The Palrul. lend was posted.
remains in fair condition at probation periods will) also run currently -
Alachua General Hospital. Two Grorgia urn Van BaroTd Prescott.4ft,of Starke 101-B Edwards Road Starke
Trooper D. C. Roberts was Special conditions include making was: arrested Feb 23 on a capias
homicide investigator for the accident restitution and a recommendation Arrested in Slarke eStorging! violation of probation 964-6897
which occurred two mile west that drug counsel and treatment be antISIIItf.I EsMAorebnappear for battery, fleeingattempting
Two Geurgta mss wew CLEARANCE SALE
Tanner. efcMe and
of given to driving -
Worthington Springs. n eatnte4ses is;a;
Feb.23 lwj*n i g
wbiTe Reenae suspended (DWLS,
In a seperate case Andrea Renea parking SlIt to flCta! jirwunwip ..( ;at; according to Investigator Aderi.o'tHe We have a large selection of auto AM & FM
New Trial Scheduled Jenkins, 24, of Lawtey was found police was released after a $633 surety
Igor Jackie MartinAn guilty placed of on burglary three of years a structure probation.and Carver CfaetOey wto Burt tiuasrtl Cartu3t wifflb+ AEttm MrOxcnfltpotiupw D !bond was posted. 8-Track Radios. Speakers from 50 watts to 300

appellate court has returnedthe Jenkins is to make $90 restitution : aMKwOmg to SiSL i W C TrafficGordon watts. Drastically reduced for quick sale. We
Reno 'jbeo Cfaeriky: Oaufvtf wasarneslOd
of Ella Nora and submit to counseling.
murder case W. Baker, 23, of
(Jackie) Martin for retrial. !he wlfacitir s it s ir ed tale for have a large assortment of C.B. accessories as
Gainesville was arrested Feb.20
smell oUf akxdat .aut tor was: -
Ineffective assistance of counselwas Two ArrestedIn : i bi rga4 11III s itkrllg maWxxyt DWLS,. according to Investigator well as New & Used Radios.
the reason given in the mandateby 4. earner iwowue tvJeste Artevhott. Baker was also charged
the higher court, the First AffrayTwo and kicked Bte! datU'.n ate leg and widk no tag.Iw was released after a
District Court of Appeals arrests were made Feb. 23 was addenuialp dnei ta4 0 IaI- fat.25 surer? bond was posted.
Martin, represented by attorney after they allegedly beat two victims ,
John Pafford of Jacksonville, was .a
who were sitting in a car.
found guilty of first degree murderin Tammie Lynn McDameJ Padgett.
she shot her husband
1981 after
18,of Raiford and Thomas Theodore
Martin pursuant to a
Jimmy Bresee of Starke were charged with
domestic arguement of marijuanaand 0k
Judge It. A. Green, Jr. sentenced burglary, possession of drug parapher-
Martin to life in prison with 25 years possession Patrolman John
nalia, according to
mandatory time to be served. This
the only sentence possible. Hodges. IE IES
was Bond was set at $1.000 each for
According to Investigator Wiley Padgett and Bresee and they were
Clark the state attorney's office is
released their own recognizance.
ref'dy'to proceed with a new trial






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1"8 Off Velte",
angin. tire, brake, has Ml >ld. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS
body damage.Great for restorer or for $39.000 will take this beautiful wood WANT TO STOPB
pan. $300 or best offer 2/26 JAStfn from., 3 BR 1 BA house with approximately YOUR OWN Jeans-sportiwear. THAT'S OURS rWiUefjinREALTY
1973 CLASS A SUPERIOR COACH. Excellent 5 acre.cleared land and aboveground ladies apparel childr.n.mat.rnity.larg. ,
Alcoholics Anonymous Q
condition. Mali off. 9648848or 24 ft. pool. Call alter 5pm., sizes, petite, dancewear/aeroblc 944-4150-964-6219 to (
or accessories Jordache
473-3627.2/5 Hn store Chic
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or anytime
178 CHRYSLER Good tramportoton. Lee Levi), !food Gltano Mem, Calvin pd thru 8/15
9648160. 1/ISpd tfnchg Klein Sergio Valente Evan Picon., lIz CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed. Free \\rr"
Cassette ...._. $480. Gi.mlkrtun* ,
MUST SELLI 3 BR Country home, 5 mile estimates Fence Co. ..
Clalborne, Member Only Gasoline, Handy.Man
good. S30O. Phone 964-5318. 2/19
from Starke. I.6 acre lot next to 301. .
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964 8559 tfn
Healthtex Over 1000 others $14.800 eN4
rlnchg PHONE
Call 964.7204 or 964-4705 after 6 p.m. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows. i'f 964.7776w
to$26,900 fixtures,
1977 CORVETTE ailv./..." .on*owner. 2/5 HnHOUSE Inventory training
grand opening etc. Can 15 day. etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. ,105 N. I ICecelia
S8700. 964-7271 or 964.4319.2/26 Hn open 11
LOT In 3 BR, 1 BA for
lowl.y. 96..6078. Order also taken In Lake
Mr. Keenan
((305)) 678.3639. 2/26 Itpd
176 PLYMOUTH VOLARC. 4-door. Good
ole, S2O.OOO cash Ph. 4963605. 2/5
condition. 7e2.3310.2/261 1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLFF SAVE Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights Terwlllegar
4tpd 226DIVORCED 50% Coll for FREE Color Catalogue and .473-4973 2/26 tfn
: Must tell beoutlful'ak.frant' wholesale prices Commercial ft HANDYMAN carpentry pointing electrical Today and always may God bestow His love on you.
property, small cottage, large garage. Residential Unit. M/C or Vita ac complete home repair
Spring Lok. Keystone Heights.' cepted. Calf 1.800.228.6292. fcan 87.59 Reasonable rates, licensed contractor SPECIAL
964-8848 or 473-3627. 1/29 tfn Call Mitch 4733940. l/9tfn
1981 YAMAHA XTMO.lreet or dirt bike. ISLAND
Very good condition. S6 0. 964-82)0. FOR THE QUALIFIED BUYER No down Faster tanning ft skin care products. Protected FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates I WE NOW HAVE A LICENSED MASTER RESIDENTIAL APPRAISER ON STAFF
payment on this 3 BR, 1 Vi BA brick territories still available. Licensed Insured and bonded. All I FOR CUSTOM APPRAISALS JOHN LANGFORD.< JOHN IS ALSO A NOTARY.

YARD SALES veneer home. Mathew Realty Unlimited earning potential Ask for type of roofing and repairs, 485-1556 COME IN TO SEE US.
9644469. 2/5 Hn Ron Albright. 1.800.228.6292. (Icon or 374-1443 anytime 9/11 tfnchg L_ pM vMj e e**
3 BR. 2 BA. CH4A, 5 acre, Call oft.r 6 87.56 WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and |'EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY-50 acre fenced A crossfenced. 3 BR 1 BA home

HUCt YARD SALE on Slot ground. p.m. 59500. 7823459. 2/12 3lc.bg CANDY MACHINES $3600 buys you 4 freezer In my shop. I buy sell or trade 1 w/olumlnum siding. 2 trailer hookups, 4 chicken houses, fully electric Owner
Toko 16 to orison, follow .ign*. Sat. 2/26 foll-size ((14 selections) machines and used appliances. 4962090. 12/25 tin J finance. Present all offers.
.00 a.m. 2/261tpd 3 BR. 2 BA. CH/A, obav.-ground pool locations Earn $300--$500 weekly Mid DO YOU HAVE WALL PAPER TO BE I 2-STORY COMM. BLDGt Walnut A Call $49,900.

SHED SALE Fri. Sot. Queen b.... golf workshed MH lot also on 5.acres. Call America Vending. 800-334-1830.: fcan HUNG or tile floor to be laid? I 'FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage driv.-in boathouse
dub. 13- GMC mud ..,.*. book, after 6 p.m. $59,500. 782 3459. 2/19 87-63 Reasonable rates Call 9644758. 2/12 I & screened deck overlooking Crosby Lake Inlet. CHAA, $39.995.
children dot.... misc. On SW 7th by 2tchg 226REDUCED 4tchg 3/5 I .L..NE" Handsame cedar home lot 100'
KINGSLEY LAKE- 2 story on opprox. x
Crosby lake. Watch for sign*. 2/26 FOR QUICK SALE! Just BOATS WE BUY HOUSES and buildings to be 1
135', walking access to lake 73000.
remodeled. 1.730 sq. ft.. CH/A, 3 or 4 moved Top dollar paid. 752.2318 or
SIDEWALK SAU AT WESTERN AUTO. Fri. BR, 2 full bath, equipped kitchen 19 X 7525825. Thomas House Movers. 2/19 I BROOKER 3 BR. 2 BA FRAME HOME on'2 lots Close to school CHSA city

8 Sat.Gordon tool. toys. heater, lots 20 great room closets galore, fenced 1976 14' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h. I water $44.000.'OWNER .
of it. .. 2/26 I .
ItpdCLOTHES. WILL TAKE LOSS-3 BR, 1 B. Newly painted corner lot. $25,000.
back yard w/tool shed. Saratoga Hgls.By Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale Madison St. 964.4546. ACLS State
CLOTHEM 5/1.CO or $1 per owner 46500. Call today Brown. 964.6OS0. 10/2 tfn licensed Home for the Elderly, 24.hr .12.86 ACRES Pond Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Ave. A Forsyth Rd. $26.000.
bog. Bring your own bog. 12 .hoot* of 473-7541 or 475.2597.2/19 tfn Visitors welcome 2/19 4tchg I EASY TO ENJOY Brick 3BR 1'1.B.. .CH/A, Ig. family rm w/f(replace, formal
panelling. S2S for all.612 Collin. Ploco. SMALL FRAME HOUSE on large lot Inconvenient care.3/12 I L S DR utility room. Access to Crystal Lake. 79900.

9646362.2/26. Itchg location 1005 Powell St. CAMPERS OR FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 acres Minutes from prison on j
crib. playpen Friday., baby-maternity F. 27 96. Baby ft $14,000. Call 964.5795.2/26 !LICE TRAVEL TRAILERS House off of level?? Call LaRue LevelIng Hwy 16 Great home for trailer space 18000.

children*clothe. Curtain t mlc. 635 Service for all your foundation I IrS THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT Secluded 1980 DW. 7'%' ceilings In middle of
N. Church St. 21261tpd REAL ESTATE repairs. 4737721. 2/19 2lehg 2/26 14 acres, Inground pool wooden deck playground equipment. 59000.
MOVING SALE Drexel 1984 CHATEAU MARK V, 33 ft., 'loaded. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME anytime I UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 cottage, 5 lots-Kingsley Lake Village, 30500.
king size OUT OF AREA .
$9,000. Call 964
bedroom suit. Solid wood contem 5318 or 782.3786.2/19 Live across from steel mill 964.8397. (SAMPSON LAKE LOT OWNER FINANCED Approx. 103'x770' Selling price
tfnchg I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT childrenIn I dn. % 10
porory. In excellent condition with your $18,190 $2.000 10 Int. yn.
mottr_. 2 night .t........ 2 lamp, BE OUR NEIGHBOR North Carolina 17 contained.FT. TRAVEL Gas TRAILER or electric- fully $800.self- .my home days, 964737126 2trhg; j THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon doublewide-Sampson lake

large d'..... 2 ...* of linen., ruffle, beatuiful mountain properties. Financ- 961.7565.2/26 :2tpd;! 3/5 I Access, $35.000. Great Getaway
comforter: and doycover. $400 or best ing available. Free listing Information. SCOTTY 16 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER Like WANTEDOLD I IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 East) 2.7 ac.. 5
offer. Also 1 couch: : and easy chair Carolina Country Real Estate, Box 686 New. Call after 5:00 o'clock. 964.7510. I BR, 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4 acre fish, pond) 76000.
modem. 1 glow/chrome tab). and Hayesville, NC. 28904. 704.389.8335Collect. 2/26 1 tchg CARPENTER TOOLS Especially rare RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH LOVELY LANDSCAPED SURROUN-
chrome lamp. S10O. Call after 7 p.m. Icon 87.61 planes Call 468.1 150 or 4681551. 2/26 I DINGI I 2 BR 2 BA, doublewlde. 1.76 acres Close to Crosby Lake. 39000.
964-5818. 2/26 ltpd ST. AUGUSTINE.BEACH buy lot. almostnew. I Itchg I'SUPER COMMERCIAL SOUTH 7.45 ac. 700 ft. bldg.4 spaces rented$200
YARD SALE Soil ... Park home on ocean pool ten I
F. 28. S a.m.-3
p.m. LAND FOR SALELOT WANTED Older house to move to my mo. Trailer sales space, $1,000 mo. 175000.
SR 16. ', mil. Starke tide of tate nis. $49,900 FIRM. owner lot. Must be reasonable 4733160. j AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange A Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba.,
prison. Baby clothe, baby carrier.. 19044715636. Bobbie, anytime. 2/26 I CHSA, LR, DR. family room A patio. 60000.
children'* thing. Many other Hem IN CITYl 6000. Call 964-5764.; after
ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100' .192"0..2 utill1 -
Watch for aiQn. 2/26 Itpd 5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn
1 sheds well and tank. $17.000.
ty pump septic
13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental
'Saturder. February 28H. 9 RENT ILEA$.:/SALE over I
A.M.-till. five cleared RENTAL INCOME one bedroom 65' x 130' lot. 10000.
Pinewood Drive, off North Orange living acres for GREAT for country DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks 50 CLOSE I 1032 E. Coll St., 3 BR, l'/i bath 45000.
5.._. Look for ; or Investment such as mobile Drive big trucks! D.O.T. certification.Local .
Sign 2/26
Itpd. NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson home park animal farm etc Severalmoney '36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance
and notional
lob placement I 82322. A smart Florida Investment.
Streets. 2
: story masonry building. making pecan trees. $28.000 assistance.
Clyde W. Simpson 356.6849. 4/10TF cash or $12.00O down and payments of CorrespondenceResidenttraining ('INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County. Partially subdivided
institution for financial
REWARD $230 month. Stark.area, call 964-6493 aid Eligible Guaranteed student loans. 1 highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per acre. Hardwood trees.Developer's .

REWARD tfno| dreamt I
Call 18002828265. UNITED TRUCK
REWARD $100 for information """Ing.o LAKE LOT ON BEDFORD 100 X 383'. MASTER. Resident ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
Training: Tampa
the who ha small block C ton AN ACRE 18 In
person Well ft septic tank already down. Florida. Home Office Clearwater 51,200 acres City.
male part beagle hound curly tail $500 REWARD for information leading to 964-7565. 2/26 2tpd 3/5 Florida. Icon 87.57Tim's : 'GRAHAM 14.50 acres $1,300 acre.
growth In corner: of on*eye.dew claw th. recovery of one male redbone and -- -. {'COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOT 9500.
on all four feet, weigh about 15 Ib*. one male walker. Me'rill Griffis, 12 LOTS MIMOSA $6.900 ea.

Ph. 964-007. 964.6767. I tpd 2/26 Custom Cabinets I', ('NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development $49.000

New Construction Remodeling {SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Prlmitlve Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
{ acre
Cabinet *Tile Celling
--- (PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide 50000.

FAULKNER REALTY INC. Free EstimatesCall SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nlne acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks 45000.
Tim Thompson 'FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
11.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.

Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 964.4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' X 385 $17.00O. -

1 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE lot65'x130' $2,7SOeoV .1 .., +. .....,)
221 W. Street
Lafayette (LAWTEY AREA-Five acres, 13000.
|.15 ACRES HWY U-S33.000. One mile off 301.

964-5069 Browder Enterprises OKLAWAHA RIVER three plus acres 15000.
fl I'LAWTIY 4 BR, 2 BA 2..ory. 1 Ac. 100 Yrs. Old. $36.000.

After Hour
REALTOR Specializing in: carpentry, building maint., room Pauline Randolph 964.6323

Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB additions, remodeling, etc. I John Langford 496-2291
I Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473.7541
PRESIDENT Most types of construction"Hank" 1 Rand Cory 47S-2S97


Iron L. Faulkn.r 964-5142 "Bud" "Rick"

Lucille Spry 964-8420 964-4285 964-5511 371-6348.

._, Marty Ru*"ell 473-7694 Call for free estimates J J1126lrpd

Bobby Blags 964.7331FFL1 I 1 Plumbing Supplies From

Durrance Pump & Supply \

e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed '

Help ) MATHEWS REALTYInstall i US 301 North. 864 N.Temple Ave.,Storke 964-706T3J
Save I
Energy & $$
Custom 411 Madison PCI "

Insulated Windows t Starke, FL 32091 Jg.: ,

Call REALTOR 96.J.4169 ;* (&' $; ft i'/fc Ji i

: Homes Beautiful
Estate Only 4 miles to Keystone. ,
9L .6766 LAWTEY AREAS 10 acre lots, owner Accelerated Realty Inc.

24 hrs. -- Financing financing. i ,
LAWTEY 125i 2 BR, 1 BA 15 acres |
'in plus extra septic tank, $60,000. Phone: 964-4544
I .W. PRATT ST.I 3/1. CH/A. stove, I

refrlg, microwave oven ceiling fan |

$:t856&:Reduced to 36000. 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida
Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
Must leave this three bedroom 2 bath home. Entrance foyer acre, 539.000..LAKE
( Farms Commercial
s. BUTLER 3 BR. 2 BA CH// .
living room wHh CATHEDRAL CEILING, separate dining large lot. only 41500. No Charge to List Your Property for Sale [B i

room central heat & air. Other features Include large family Train toHTMVtLAGtN e a 301 N: 22.5 acre zoned RSF or M-H Call and discuss It with us. "

room with vaulted, ceiling wood burning stove, & ceiling fan. '/A. Property front 2 rd*. Price REALTOR

Kitchen with BREAKFAST BAR dishwasher & built-in range. TOURGUIpC reduced$98,000 to 84000. Has 3 BR, LOVELY BRICK HOME Sunken living room formal dining ,room family
2 barns.KINGSLEV .
Laundry room and 24 x 36' outbuilding with 12' x 2..' sectionenclosed. .1 BA MH Ig.LAKE M/H PARK Approx room w/fireplace, large kitchen with plenty of cabinets, 4 BR. 2 BA. CHSA,
c.ntrol..acuum. workshop all on 10.9 acres, partially fenced city water
TWO separate one acre tracts lawtey area. time.Train I 153' waterfront with ownerson
Start locally full time/part Call and make appointment to seal
live airline computer Home home. COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST Brick, 5 BR, 2 BA living room w/f Ireplace,
I study and resident training. Financial ROOKER AREA Approx. 237 acres dining room large eat-In kitchen with lot of cabinets, CHAA, enclosed
laid Job I Ilotllltance. of high rolling land reasonably pric
rt *REDUCED TO S3O.OOO for a 3 BR. 1 bath with assumable available. placement garage
National headquarter. ed. COMMUTE TO WORK CB home 3 BR 2 BA. great room w/fieldstone
[ mortgage. I LHP Fl R.ntollncom.Property fireplace, dining area CHSA, central vacuum and stereo workshop 2

*7 UNIT RENTAL COMPLEX Terms. A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL EDWARDS RO. Approx. 4 acres with wells, all on 5 acres, Lawtey area.

*REDUCED TO $17,000.3 BR, 2 bath. Needs some repairs. dbl/wide duplex plus frame house. 2.200 SQ. FT.SPACIOUS HOME-Living-dining.family ,room extra large kitchen .

| Will owner finance. Excellent Income. Only 69500. 3 BR, 2 BA, utility room enclosed gorag., on 4.59 acres
ACCRtDiTID MIMMsl N.N..C, IN THE CITY CB home, 3 BR 1 BA screened porch shaded 'lot. 34900.
.... .. ..
*GOOD LOCATION 2 BR 1 bath with own stocked --
your very NEAT FRAME HOME 2 BR, 1 BA r age, refrigerator, dishwoshv ->lling
{ fish pond. fans, rotary antenna on nice lot nose to city 25000.

1 ACRE highway frontage. Harwell & driveway. NEAT AND NICE Brick home, 3 BR. 1M BA, range and refrigera ..SA | I
*OWNER FINANCING 3 SR, 1 bath only 17900. DRASTICALLY REDUCED COMM. BUILDING IN CITY. Just well and septic tank all for 30500.
several Mobile & stucco building furnished waiting far a happening call for ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE MH 3 BR, 2 BA. split floor plan. Great room I
with office studio &
e apartment
State Road low
on 3/4 are details highlighted with cathedral ceiling and corner fireplace, on 2.7 acres Many
i other buildings. dawn payment. FLORILAND other amenities.

*COUNTRY AT ITS BEST with 4 BR, 2 bath family roam 14/6--BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL IIi DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR. 2 BA, stove, refrigerator ceiling fans CHSA 2.6 '

fireplace under 4O thousand. front US 301 South. Brick home, REALTY acre, all for 29000.
pool business bldg., 5+ acres Call ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALI Call for details!
2 old in midser. 964-7700 f ?
*WEST SIDE OF TOWN -4 BR, bath only years )
393 N. Temple Ave.Vemle .
.. 1439-TWO BLOCK BUILDINGS commercial iroker-GRI ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. by 790' deep on water.
*WALNUT ST. Another of Starke's landmarks. 2 story frontage on US 301. 10 city P. Odom 10 ACRES Bradford County 13th Street N.E., Pecan Grove.

under 50 thousand. lots, office space, 2 going 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to sell

*NICE WOODED LOT across from Vo-Tech School on Road' businesses. Buy nowl! NICI BUILDING LOTS Joins Green 10 ACRES In South Clay County Residential-Agriculture, 17900.
/447--MOBILE HOME PARK In Ocala Acre 20 ACRES Northwest Bradford County, Best water In the County
229 $6,000.LAKE Silver Great Investment TRAILER IT X 7V Plus small cot.
( Springs) 14.05 ACRES Southwest Bradford County with pecan trees and two wells. j .
BUTLER Frame 2 BR home 15500. Nice lot on paved potential. tege. lot 100' X US'. 4.SS AND 2.16 ACRES Two separate parcel.Near Graham zoned for MH.
street. *448-1.69 ACRES WATERFRONT SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3/1. CHAA- LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available

*OVER 1 ACRE LAND 1984 Catalina dblwlde MH 2 storage mobile, many amenities here near '.1, price. BACKYARD 2/2 Brick, ITY LOTS Two block from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W..
Intexlachan. FISHING [CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section.
buildings fenced yard. Lorraine Chamolon, Broker64B93I CHAA. Appro 3+ acre LOT NEAR LAKI ALTO Zoned for MH.

*LARGE! 3 LEVEL HOME 9O on Crystal Lake. 3 car C/P 'fijTROUT REALT SONS AC.I. UP. Lot. Graham HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good business location.

many _fTa... recurwenre owner flnenclng. HWY 301 SOUTH S acres near Earlton Beach 210 ft. highway frontage.
...,. ,
*301 SOUTH "'aR. 3 BA, CB home with business property. di. Sse .ST..OADleo.N'IC.y.to..Lot. COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space Priced Right.
$2,190 ft. up. terms.
Owner financing with good down payment. 471-3096.3 ACRES front SR 100 Near .FREE NOTARY SEtfVICES-

*LAWTEY AREA Large frame 3 BR, 2 BA home on 2 acres, .,. N TKMFLASTAMKC. Keystone. high.. PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I 1
Waldo Flea
I $29.900 FL 920t1, :LOTAcres* from
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ESTATI LICENSING only 4 weeks,.
Call 17554040. N. Flo. R.al Estate Col-, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly monthly CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-
Homes and -
for rent. guitars mined .
lego. 7/3TFN the
spaces efficiency apartments I or 2 BR, to / lake Region Monitor office
endorsed by Edward Van Halen. $50-$100. 473-7210. 2tchg 2/19.26
Recreational vehicle 1
TRUCK welcome. Phone yr. In
Experienced long-hau I call 4732919. 2/5 tfnchg writing and paid In advance
old with PIANO FOR SALE Wanted
964.7498.9/16 tfn "Stryker" Hot Seymore Duncan : responsibleparty
needed. Mutt b. 23 with unless' credit Is establishedwith
good driving LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. already
I NOW TAKING pickup and case $250. Also to assume small monthlypaym.nl.
record/work We APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 one this office.MONITOR .
hlilory. offer excellent Retired or handyman caretaker couple
'Focus" model Call Credit
BA on
opt For more Information call lake case
equipment and benefit. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Apply preferred $200 to$275 mo. 473.7269 or
Butler $300. R.gularly $370 and $520 at music Manager 18004474266. 3tpd
In person. Pool.Truck Lin.; 224 Detroit; Apt 4963141. Equal Oppor stores. Perfect condition. 376-7749 or 378.8622. 2/5 tfnchg RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 2/26.3/12
Blvd., Pen.acolo, Fla. tunlty Housing. 6/7 tfnchg Call 964.6305 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
((904-477-6481)). MELROSE Brand new 2 BR. I BA CHI A,
ROOMS FOR RENTS Magnolia Hotel $8 or 473-4300 ask for Mark. 2/26 tfn 2 PC. SECTIONAL sofa, all loose fitting
within 200 screened
mils of Pentacola. MUSICAL W/W carpet W/D hook up, .
INSTRUMENTS cushions. and colors. Excellent
per night. From $35 week. Discount Iowa. Classified cream
EOE. fcan 87.58 per porch energy efficient $40 (plus or deadline is 11:00: a.m. priorto
offered for $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn condition. $300. 4737140. 2tchg
LICENSED longer term. Apply In
RN per Thursday publication.
NEEDED at electric $295
Whltperlng I CHEVY 4x4 PARTSton minus) mo. mo. plus 2/26.3/5
Pin. Car. son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across anything youneedAxles Minimum words for
Center 3.11 charg. nuns,, deposit 4751968. 4tchg 2/5.26 charge 15 S3.SO,
front ANTIQUE SOFA footstool
$250 chair $100
from Post Office. TF or rear, auto ; ;
full-time. IS
cents for each word th.reaft.r.PERSONAL
needed. EOE. COUNTRY SETTING on I acre. New 66
Phon. APARTMINTS FOR RENTS Newly tronsm., transfer cases, 2 different $40; 2 Duncan tables, $IOPqueen ;
9646220. Experienced need 14X62 2 BR 1 % BA AC. Now taking
ly to apply. 2/12 tfn on decorated, everything furnished. Laundry types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts bed complete, $100 bedspreadsft
4737770. $250
Call applications. per SERVICES
facilities Included. 9645812. TFce sheets. 4737710. I Itpd 2/26
WATKINS famous for spices, extract, avail obI.. Will Video child room NEWSPAPER PlATESi Aluminum. month plus deposit 4tpd 2/19-3/12 1960 VW Partially customized. You
liniment accept one no
Home remedlet. MELROSE AREA New 2 BR furnished 14'
fit.. N..d dealer. Call 1659.2150 High pro col pets. Palm Apt.., 2313 N. TempleAve. M.a.ur..24..36". 25 cents each. Great wide on 1 acre.- $225 plus deposit PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile finlshl 1500 cc rebuilt engine. Also I
lect. 2/192tpd 2/26 .. Starke 32O91. 5/1 TF for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 1.684.6634.2tchg 2/19-26 homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free 1966 VW for parts Included. $500 total. ,
OVERSEAS JOBS PINK FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR apt. now 135 W. Call St. 9646305. estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 2/5 Call 4732730. tchg 2/26
$20,000 to $60.000 MOBILE HOMES $135 month and
plui ROLLS OF per up.
$25.$20. All
bonus. Job offer avail. Call 9-5 Mon thru Fri. 9646312. : hay under tfnchg I
For 4737566. 4tpd 2/26-3/19
guaranteed In
large born on west side of
formation write: Doycorp. Box 697-IGS, about 7 miles north of Starke LAKE GENEVA 2 BR house for rent, fur. LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging.
Pocat.lloIdaho STORAGE SPACE for rent Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. FreeEstimates.
83204. fcan 87.62 nished. 4732455. Itchg 2/26
LOOK I Avon representative needed. by the month. 5x10 to 10x20. 10x10, under prison Order your hay and leave it SHARE NEW HOUSE Have own room, 2/5 tfnchg SPRING LAKE -100' on lake, 2 'lots back
You can earn $8 to $10 per hour. Call $35 per month. Call Ron Denmark my available barn until you need it.Delivery private bath use of kitchen and house. FLOOR SAGGING DOOR DRAGGING to back with 100' on paved road Old
Ramona 7823068. 2/26 Itpd 9647071. 1/15 tfnchg at extra charge. Arthur Prefer male. $100 a month plus House out of level?Call LoRue leveling MH well and septic large trees.
APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN for hardware IN WALDO 14 wide unfurnished mobile 10/30 Gasklns 782-3727 or 9646167. utilities. 413.7308. 3tpd 2/26.3/12 Service, for all your foundation 35000. R.T. Lovorn Realtor. Call Aggie
man. Apply Acme Hardwar. home. 2 BR, CHS A, stove, refrlg.. ft tfnchg repairs. 473.7721.2/S tfnchg Rabin 4733254. 4tchg 2/19-3/12
E. Call St. 2/26 I Itchg 301 washer/dryer hook.up. No pets, $200 HAY ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. NEAR MELROSEt New 3 BR, 2 BA mobile FURNITURE A ANTIQUE Refinishing
month. bait Delivery avail obi.. 7 miles west of home. CHSA PRICE REDUCED excellent building 'lot.
FULL CHARGE per 1st ft sec. dep. on 6 acres with pond. Hand rubbed oil finish Call Joe -
BOOKKEEPER Mutt be 468-1509 Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklns. $325 month. Close to lake. Priced to sell quick. !
keep 2/19
trying. 2tpd 2/26. 1-777-4501 or 1-282-9765 473.2521.2/5 tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS
of Bradford Columbia, Dixie, 9648356. United of Starke. 964.8447.1/22
LAKE RENTAL; 4 BR 2'BA, 2-story 11/13 tfnchg 2/26 Itpd Realty
Hamilton or Union Lafay.tt., Madison Suwannee 2-car garage, access to tennis court. Includes HALF PRICEII Slight paint domoge.Large NEAR MELROSEt New 2 BR, I'BA tfnchg
Mature stabssperson
County. ,
work microwave ft washer/dryer, flashing arrow sign $2891 mobile home CHSA on 1 acre $275 -
to with
tote grant Submit $650 Lighted, non-arrow $2791 Unlighted
per month, Call collect month. Call 1777.4501
or 12829165.
your resume to Suwannee River 9043781387.212 Stchg 3/12 $2391 Fr..I.tt.r.1! See locally. Call today 2/26 ItpdMOBILE PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible HOMES FOR SALE
Economic Council Inc., P.O. Box 70 Items and Used furniture
LARGE PRIVATE LOT. Hwy 16, close to Factory direct: 1800423.0163 antiques. ,
Liv. Oak, FL 32060. Closing date I It prison. Ready for mobile home. onytlme. fcan 87.60 glassware, jewelry end much more. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR. 2 BA CB
March 6, 1987. EOE. 2/26 2tchg 3/5 1.468.1323.2/12 tfn your FARMALL CUB TRACTOR w/dlic and HOMES FOR SALENEW Come see for yourself. One mile east house, one block from schools,

SECRETARY port-tim. In Lawtey, 14 WIDE FURNISHED MH central heat A cultivators. Runs good $1395. Call of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. $55,000. Make offer C.B. Isaac Realty.

G.n.ral clerical dutlet. Telephone AC. $250 per month plus deposit. 964.5523, ask for Leon. 1/29 tfnchg UXIO's 3/2. 13995. Only at Uncle 473.2183.2/5 tfnchg 4752199. 2/5 tfnchg
skills, typing and the ability to effectively 1.468.1323.2/12 tfn NICE TOPPER for short wheel base truck, Roy's, Ocala. 351.051 4.4tchg 2/5.26 BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
deal with th. public are musts. II 2 BR FURNISHED quiet neighborhood.Hwy $100. Call 964.8848 or 473-3627. 1/29 YOU PAY SALES TAX tog and title. North. Sunday afternoon 2.5, and Repair). Foreclosures, Repot A Tax
qualified tend resume and letter of Interest 16. Vi mile from city. 4681323. tfn Move In today. Free credit check by Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited. 2/5 Delinquent Properties NOW selling In

to: Fred Fox Enterprises, Inc., 2/12 tfnRENTALS 197B TAURUS TRAVEL TRAILER. 28'. good phone. Only at Uncle Roy's, Ocala tfnchg your area. Call (refundable)
P.O. Drawer 2017 Palatka. Florida AVAILABLE. 4/1 mobile home condition. 9648484. 2/5 tfn 351.8514.4tchg 2/5.26 KEYSTONE FENCE CO. Experienced In 1518459.3734 Ext. H-3339A for

32078.2017 Attention: Patricia Price $275; 1/1 apt., $165; Tiffin 8 Owens, APPROX. 20 ROLLS OF RIG INSULATION, UNCLE ROY'S Mobile homes King of chain link and all type fencing. Free listings. 24 HRS. 3tpd 2/19-3/3
We or. an equal opportunity Lie. Real Estate Brokers, 964.5065.2/26 below cost. 964-8848 or 4733627. 2/5 Service since 1946. 5% down. Select .., Residential commercial Industrial QUALITY BUILT 4 BR, 2 BA brick homeIn
employer. 2/26 Itchg tfn recreational Fence fine '
Itchg models sold at cost. Free phon. In privacy. neighborhood. Many extras.
FEDERAL STATE B CIVIL SERVICE JOBS, RETAIL SPACES 600 to 1,600 *q. ft. PIANO FOR SALE Wont.d-r.sponsible credit. Featuring Homes of Merit- repairs. Give us a try. Mastercard and More homes available. 475-5037.2tchg
$16,707 to $59,148/vear, now hiring. $187.50 up. 6 month lease Tiffin 8 party to take assume small monthly Skyline Fleetwood and Liberty. Only Visa. 473.4240 or 473.7987 after 6 p.m. 2/26.3/5
Call JOB LINE 15184593611. Ext. Owens, Lie. Real Estate Brokers, payments on piano. See locally. Call at Uncle Roy's In Ocalo. 351.8514.2/5 4tchg 2/19.3/12 OPEN HOUSE Sunday. March 1 from
F3377 for listing. 24 hr. 2/26 3tpd 3/12 9645065. 2/26 tchg credit manager 18004474266. 2/26 4tchQ 2/26 HAPPY BIRTHDAY Janice Elaine of Santa 12-3 p.m. 3 BR, 2 BA red brick home
TYPISTS $500 weekly at homel Writ.: LAKE FRONT/CRYSTAL LAKE 3/2 large 3tpd 3/9 12X64 MOBILE HOME Ex-cond., screen Ana Love, Mom and Dad Itchg with 80 ft. on Lake Geneva Beautiful

PO Box 975 Elizabeth, NJ 07207. 2/12 living room. $450 mo. 1 year lease. Tif S HP. ROTARY TILLER chain drive, Briggs porch carport, fence, 2-utillty sheds, 'landscaping Nelson Point Rd. 99900.
Btchg 42EXCELLENT fin ft Owens, tic Real Estate Broker Stratton engine used very little, also CH/AC. $19,500. Near school 473-4019 CARS, TRUCKS Watson Realty Corp. Realtors.
INCOME for part-time home 964.5065.2/26 Itchg hand seed planter. 5332366. 2/19 after 9 p.m. 2/19 tfnchg & BOATSNEW 4737653. Itchg 2/26

assembly work. For Info call UNFURNISHED 3BR 1BA MOBILE HOME. 2tchg 2/26 1915 SKYLINE 14X60 MH. 2 BR.
504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 2/12 4tpd 3/5 209 N. St. Clair St. $200 per month plus SEARS KENMORE DISHWASHER Good bedrooms on each end ft 2 BA. Coll for WANTED
CRUISE SHIP JOBS Domestic & security deposit. 9645523. Ask for shape $100. Call 961.4572.2/26 Itchg Information. 473.7410.1.328.3710 after AMERICAN MADE cars and light
overseas. Now hiring kitchen help Leon. 2/26 tfn FORMAL RED GOWN size 8. Would be a 5:30: p.m. 2/26 tfnchgClassified trucks at $150 over factory Invoice WANTED Old.r house to move to my
deck hands, maids, gift, shop sales, FURNISHED 2BR TRAILER. Window air, gorgeous prom dress 964.4238 after 6 guaranteed. F 8 J Distributors lot. Must be restorable Must be
temporary ft career opportunities. Call central heat nice yard, no pets. $225 p.m. 2/26 3tchg 3/12 4733033. Ask about our home water reasonable. 473-3160. Itchg 2/26
((206)) 736-2972. Ext. 427. 2/12 4tchg 3/5 per month plus deposit. 9647047. 2/26 TOMATO PEPPER PLANTS. Cherry Ads filters 2/19 tfnchg
WE ARE LOOKING for a few good 2tchg 3/5 Hybrid-Standard. Wholesale or retail. 1914 PLYMOUTH HORIZON 5 speed
but Call Reed 468-2539. Get Results AC. $3575:; 1983 Ford LTD wagon,
operators. Experience helpful not 2/1 WITH GARAGE 615 E. Washington.No Farm 2/26 4tchg
required. W. offer steady work and pets. References required. Coll $5150; 1978 Lincoln Continental $3275. NOW OPEN

great benefits. Apply In person to Lake after 5 p.m. 4733628. 1/29 tfn FOR SALE Subscribe Ordered a new car reason for sale. UNICORNBOOKSTORE

Butler Apparel. 2/19 2tpd 2/26 RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month Today I IIn Phone 4734828. Itpd 2/26
and up. Call Susan F, Faulkner Broker- Bl TOYOTA pickup short bed, 5
NEW 12 X 24 BUILDING unfinished Can tinted windows $2400.
MOBILE HOMES Owner at 964-50o9 or 964-4048 TF Starke: speed no rust.
FURNISHED efficiencies 8 mobile homes be added to the back of mobile homeor 473-2720 or 4739043. Itpd 2/26 40 S. ow .....Blvd' (hn K.y.'on.c..,.r)
FOR SALE Inside other 9645687. 2/19 2tchg 2/26 t 964.6305 _..(_)07.0_
city weekly 8 monthly. JO LU
Motel 8 MH Park. 9648810. 6/5 TF VEGETABLE AND FLOWER PLANTS HELP WANTED Paperbacks
Tomato, cabbage broccoli dill
NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy 12x65 MOBILE HOME 3 BR on 1 acre lot.

Wells at A&W Mobil. Home, 964-6407 $250 per month. 9644238. 1/29 tfn 9646705.TILLER 2193tpd35TROYBILT 8 HP industrial motor. EXPERIENCED Bartender and waitress, 1/2/ com price

or 964.6408.8/14 tfnrw 1 BR APARTMENT On 2nd floor. No pets, ICC Ignition Like around THE Keystone. Call Patrick after 7 p.m. at
DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR, 2 BA for sale, one child. $135 per mo. Call 964-8498. bumper PTO rear tine wrap 964-7100 or 473.4854.2/5 tfnchg or Trade
payments about $225 $500 down pay 1/29 tfnCOItRECTIONAL 964-8569. 2/26lichg OFFICE TYPIST $503; weekly at homel Write:

ment free delivery A set-up. Just good OFFICERS live near TANDY 1000 COMPUTER. IBM compatible. SHOP P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth, NJ 07207. 2for1
credit needed. Olln's Mobile Home your work. We have a mobile home to 8tchg 2/19.4/9
2 disc drives
384K color IIOW.CollSl. '
Center...Storke, FL 9645606. TFNchg suit your every need. Call us monitor; less than-1 yf memory oM.3aerlflew. .- '964-5764 -' ORGANIST and/or pianist needed at "
1/8 14681323.212 tfn 964-7100 or 9648569. / Itchg Community Church Keystone Heights Tues. thru Sat. 10.5 P-
UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE HOME King Ser. 24" STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE BICYCLE Call office 473-4182 or Sheaffer
vice since 1946. 5% down. Select mobile home. A/C heat. Year lease. with training wheels. $20. 9646420. 0 475.2194.2tchg 2,9-26
model sold at cost. Free phone-In NO small children. NO pett. Call
credit. For Homes of Merit Skyline, 533.2366.2/19'tfnchg 2/261tpd .-. .L -
GUITAR, Martin D-28 with electric hookup -- -
Fleetwood A Liberty Only at Uncle MOBILE HOME air stove, refrigerator, $600. 4311088. 2/26
Roy', Ocala. 351.8514.2/5 4tchg 2/26 In the pines, picnic area private drive. FULL SIZE METAL BED FRAMES Itchg $20. I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

17 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 2 BA. Owner $175 per month first A last month'srent Single bed complete, $25. 4311939.
financing. 96.8481.2/5 tfn Clean. AI Young, 96.6918.31/4 2/26 Itpd "Beautify Your Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR
1913 CRANBROOK DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE mile north of Stork on 301. 2/26 l Itpd
HOME. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath central heat EFFICIENCY ROOMS low rates, no 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133TO.
and air fireplace, excellent condition. children or pets. Working people or NOTICE Brick Siding ..

Small equity refinance. Call 964-8092, retired. NO BUMS. 9645687. 2/19 Cut S'one:

8-5 ask for Debbie or 964-6604 after 2tchg 226MOBILE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted : SidingAluminum -
6:00: p.m. 2/5 tfn HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP. to the Bradford County FLORIDACARPETCLEANING & DYE CL
LOOKING FOR A NEW MHT We have a Private lot large yard lots of trees. Telegraph office In writing and paid In Siding
12 X 50 with new kitchen bath panelIng 4682374.226 Itpd advance unless credit Is already CallHomes PROFESSIONAL SERVICES. OFFERED
carpet window, doors, etc. VACATION ON ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH established with this office. "Quality Work,low, low price =''

Term available Call 4681323. 2/12 large pool tennis, better than. a condo THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Beautiful (Any Room & Hall) . . . . . $1495 $cotchg rdAvailable
TFN everything furnished $250 per RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 964.6766 Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet. ;furniture cleaning
USED MOBILE HOME good condition. 2 week (4 people). St. Augustine Ocean CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
commercial work.
BR. 2 BA. 3200. Call 431.1050.2/I9tfn Resort near Crescent Beach limited THE TELEPHONE. 24 hrs. Financing ,i. and offer bids on
Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charae Free advice
HOMES OF MERITi 24 X 52 3 BR, 2 BA full dates available, reserve now. Call Bobble Classified deadline is TUESDAY.

kitchen fireplace. Many extra Strickland. 904-471-543 anytime NOON prior to Thursday publication. *Noams>.., Call 964-4997 Call .ae.MrMt.5 .
located In Starke. Take overpayment 2/26 4tchg 3/19 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50. ... CIIIC..II.Ioo.sun._. ......Nsdrsre.rn.Mrl.
*. Call 332.2532 after 5 p.m. 3 SR. 2 BA, 1st floor apt. with ap.pllonc. ''hen IS cents for each word thereafter n. U Wort......... Chiinkwot ._..

2/19 4tchg 312DOUBLEWIDE ... No pets. $250 per month. BROADWAY & WALTERS -
FOR SALE or rent. Across 96.8499.2/26 tfn
from Bedford lak, 964-6945 after 400. FOR SALE OR RENTS 3 BR, 2 BA 24 X 64 TREE SERVICE
2/26 Itpd mobile home. For more Informationcall MULCHand
I 1496.2027.2/t pd HELP WANTEDWe Removal

PERSONALSfOR each on '*, acre lot. 7 miles S. of Starkeat > have) an excellent career] Trimming

SR 221. Santa Fe Trailer Park Rent opportunity In sales and] Stump Removal PINE BARK

THE ELDERLY-Do you need help Ir from $190 to $210 month. Days delivery. We offer excellent! Firewood

? Hove plenty of ex 964.5888, night 14681777. 2/26 benefit and ads You
your home Call 9644780. 2/26ltpd 2tchg 3/5 employment Free Estimate pick-up or We Deliver
perience. 3 BR 2 BA mobile vancement.
home. CH8A, on 6 acre with pond. Equal Opportunity Employer 473-7097-473-7679 Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
$325 month. 1-777-4501 or 12829765.
2/26 Itpd Riverside Uniform After 5 P.M. Cypress Lumber

Now looking for experienced NEAR MELROSE New 2 BR, I'/t BA 964-8544
people for Assis- mobile home. CH8A on 1 acre $215 1038 Edwards Rd. Keystone Heights 9646649NOTICI
month. Call 1-777-4501 or 12829765.
Licensed & Insured I
tant Manager positions.If 2/26 Itpd )n .

you are experiencedand I OF REDEMPTIONThe
interested in workingfor Housing Finance Authorityof

a growing Burger King FOR SALE Charlotte's Webb Bradford County, Florida

Restaurant franchise, 138 N. Water Street 1 2 Single Family Mortgage Revenue Sands
with address Series If 10
send resume
Walnut St. 964-8447. Fred Sockett a.- 964-7100 II | !
and telephone number to: Broker John Curie Associate. 12/18 Large selection of ladles blouses$2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant le Section 9.01b( )el the Trust Indenture .
TFN April 1. 1910 $141,000 aggregate principal' amount of Bonds are called
JOB SERVICE OF FLORIDAP.O. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Hurry inl They'll be going fast! J iIiR : for redemption from the Special Redemption Account on AplIl. 1987 at 100%

lox 1278 dry wooded lot. Mobile home, cabin of the principal amount.

camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. '.1% Due April I. l992'Bond f 13J
32091) iR
Stark, Florida dn. $63.71 monthly.
$5.450 w/, $150 ,
'.1% Due April I, 1993 Bond 1171
236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438
BROCHURES PAMPHLETS '.$% Due April 1.1994'Bond 1175
eves 2/1216/chg/ 5/28
'.$% Due April I. I99S. Bond 1219

CHURCH BUllETINSSTATIONARY ..,% Due April 1, 1994. Send 1245
BOOKS -FLYERSNEWSPAPERS '.7% Due April I,1"7. Bond 129I

: FOR SALE ...% Due April 1. 1"1. Bond 1$04

...% Due April 1, 1999. Bond J43
Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work .
-- -- 9.125% Due April 1.2004

Backhoe, Bulldozer. S -Our Speclal- $14.U0.564.5$3U3,630.64,7

f/.20iN 964-6182 .964-5823
10.9% Due April 1,2011

,000 Business Cards 714.I17t71.t14,

Raised Letters Black Ink1895lu. 959,1021,1071.1119

S 1324. 1329; 137", 1423.1467
INC. .
.tax Bonds selected for redemption should be submitted. for payment to 1st Florida

Sank P.O. Box 11311, St. Petersburg Florida 337M (the Paying Agent) with
"Where Quality Is Still Important"' rbI Call 964-5764 Ask for Ella all unmatured coupons ettoched. Interest en the Bonds selected/ for redemp.tlon .

I will cease to accrue from April 1. 1"7.

Older BYl Florida' National Bank
CadiIaC "Your Local Representative" Trustee
110 W. Call Street Stark* 964-5764 March 1. I9B7
2001 N.W. 13th St. Holder of these bonds should provide tax Identrflcetton numbers to avoid

Gainesville, FL 32601 .. Bus ((904)) 378-5301 .9nJi 20% wlthhol"ln to.


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N 1'/lIC'( 10 SECTION February 26, 1981


p- -i: I : t' Union County Ads .



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted I
; to the Union County Times office .
:, f AND WAREHOUSI SPACE In writing and paid in advance I
located In Union County Tim.. unless 'credit Is already establishedwith
4 building. Call for Information. this office. \

r INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. Classified deadline Is TUESDAV.
f Main Street Lok. Butler 4963976. NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
4; ""'; 'A J"I Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 ifn Minimum charge It I 15 words for$3.50
I'rP I then 15 cents for each word thereafter.

1 '
I tt: ? i ,

$60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for r.moiling REAL ESTATE
letters from hornet t S.nd ...Ifaddr..d. *

rk f I 4, ,, stamped envelope for in LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO-
w ,
1 formation/application. Associates PERTY? III I don't have It, I'll' find It. Just
4 Box 936 Roselle NJ. 07203. I/IS oik. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
lOlpd. 319EXPERIENCED 496-2126 or 496-2903 .v... "YOUR
---- -
Donation to the Book Fund... OPERATORS Apply at Micheal Mfg. 110S
Main Street, High Springs. 4543930.
!Members of the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa of Brad- college's Book Drive for the ,school library. 2/124tchg. 3/5 HOMES
I ford County made Santa Ke Community College Starke Branch Director Standing from left to right( are: Janet Gunning, Bill Sinclair. Ur. TYPISTS $500 w..kly at home) Writ.:
Bernard McFadden a happy man recently when made a donation to the McFadden. Carole Itediling, Sheila :McClvllun and Sandra Duncan P.O. Box 975, Eliiobeth. NJ 07207. 2/19 GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM SI (U

8tpd. 4/9 repair). Delinquent fax property.
r _=----_____ .__.____ _____.___ ___ -- "-- wwr'.-- -' ---- ---- -- -- -- .- FULL TIME MECHANIC needed for smallengine Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( )
'1 rM6rFv1'ra !rOr 'Po repair. Some managerial and Ext. GH-1136, for currant repo list.
Sales duty required. RJ's Saw Shop. I/15 Blpd. 3/5
Washington Springs Call 496.2741 or
l %u L, r 1t' 4962534. Itchg. 2/26 LAKE BUTLER AREA 3 BR 2 BA CHSA,
l WATKIN'S DEALERS needed for Watkins Large lot only $41,500. Mathews Realty
Family Home Products Top commissions. 9644469. 2'5tfn
: Full and part time Call
,. i: iiiiiJJ I (904)971-5808( ) or write: Wotkln's FOR SALE
ww.l.llr Dealers, Rt. 1 1. Box 970, Lee Fl. 32059.
2/264tchg. 3/19
FULL CHARGE BOOKEEPER must be a BRASS BED Queen size complete, orthopedic
resident of Bradford, Columbia Dixie mattress set and frame. New
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee never used still In plastic. Cost$1,000,
or Union County. Mature Stable sell for $345. cash Call (9044625153.)
person to work with state grants. Submit 2/12 4tpd. 3/5
resume' to S.R.E.C. Inc., P.O. Box 25" ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE In
70, Live Oak. Fl. 32060. Closing Date beautiful walnut cabinet Full function
March 6, 1987. Equal Opportunity remote control. Was $699.95. now
Employer. 2/26 2tchg. 3/5 $328.60 or take over small payments of
WANTED A PARTS PERSON ExperiencedIn $24.28 per month. Free call
Auto, truck and heavy equipment 1(800)635-2371( ) anytime for Mr. White
(9044962134.) tln/chg. 2/26 2/194tchg. 3/12
cubic feel, full automatic defrost. Call
496.3354 or 4963504. I llpd. 2/26
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsible
C OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE party to assume small monthly
located In Union County Times Building payments on piano. See locally. Call
Contribution... at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for Credit Manager 18004474266.( ) 2/26

Two businesses in Bradford County making contributions to the SFCC From left to right( are: Bob Ferguson the Telegraph, Don Luebke of more information tfn FOR SALE OR RENTi 3 BR. 2 BA 24 X 64 r.
I Starke Center Library Fund were DuPont Company and the Bradford DuPont, Automobile Dealer Larry NoRcl. Dr. Bernard McFadden and CLEANEST, all HOMES electric IN TOWN central I Nicely heat and furnished call mobile 4962027.home 2/26ltpd For more information
County Telegraph Bradford Telegraph Publisher John :Miller.
air, private paved road laundry and
park playground. Near schools, hosp., YARD SALE
state facilities. PINES SR-121, east Lake
Butler. Call 4962366. Two children
Bids Let For ContractBox max., and no pets chg/tfn 11/13 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28th Used
I ServiceThe THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT in lake refrigerator single bed clothes and
Bradford Traffic Court Finals Feb. 17The Delivery
Butler refrigerator stove included. odds and ends On SR-121 going
United States Postal Service $150 deposit $175 a month. Call toward Macclenny. First trailer on right
has issued a solicitation for contractbox 4963738. 2/26 2tchg. 35' post Poor Boys Groc.ry. 4311446.
delivery service out of the Cres- THREE BEDROOM HOUSE living room, 2/19 2tchg. 226LAND
following cases received final cent City HI. Post Office. kitchen and both. CAII 496.2236 from 8
ordered to $50 court costs.
disposition in Bradford County Traf- pay A. Charles Y. Walmsley pled no contest Solicitation Number JAX887. A.M. to 5 P.M. after 5 P.M. call FOR SALE
Rodney Perry pled guilty retail theft; 60 days court probation 4963640. Itchg. 2/26 ,
fic Criminal Court Feb. 17 when the DWLS fined 10125. Solicitation Posted From :
; $50 court costs. CO' CHECK US OUT! Cloan rental
defendants appeared before JudgeGeUl'ge Marvin A. Smith pled guilty February 13 to March 13. t TO 3 ACRE LOTS Owner financed lowdown
Samuel Wesley Cothran pled guilty homes tailored to your pay schedule
Pierce. This will round
route operate one
NVDL; fined $101.25. trespass after warning and PINES SR121, lust| south of SR100 In payment. Call 4963939. 2/26
Joseph C. Debose pled guilty im- trip per day 49.80 miles per trip, six Lake Butler. Call 4962366. 4tchg. 3/19
disorderly intoxication; ordered to
Alicia Sheppard pled guilty no proper tag; ordered to pay $50 court $250 court costs. days a week and will require one 1/22 3 2/3 ACRES ON SR100 2 1/2 miles east
tag. ordered to pay $50 court costs. costs. pay vehicle with an enclosed cargo com- of Lake Butler Cash or terms. Coll
Sheppard pled guilty driving while Neil R. Crawford pled no contest partment with a minimum caoacity 496.3945, Itpd. 2/26' .",',"
l licenwe suspended (DWLS) ; case tag Mark; produced S. Faulkner valid pled tag guilty, fined no -takmg.a hawk; ordered to pay and$25 of cubiefeetrArpassengercaror-: -". -PERSONAL SERVICES. ?. _.. ..---... -?-_....
court costs, return
Dismissed. weapons station wagon will meet the equip-
placed on 60 days court probation.
Anthony U. Phillips pled guilty improper Faulkner pled guilty DWLS; pro- Crawford contest ment requirements.Special NETTLES TREE SERVICE All types tree
tag; ordered to pay $50 court duced valid license, fined $101.25. pled no taking requirements for box work. Call Thomas Nettles at 4963683.
robins ordered to $25 court
costs. Jerry D. Robbins, Jr. pled guilty costs, 60 days court probation. delivery service: tfn/chg. 2/26 HOMES For sale or rent. Call 4963939.
An individual bidder. offeror
Phillips pled guilty no valid driver wilful-wanton reckless driving; 50 Ruth Holder pled contest truant a. or 2/26 4tchg. 319WORK
license (NVDL); produced valid hours community work under child court probation till school must! reside in a county traversed by MOBILE HOMES12'x
license, ordered to pay $50 court Salvatin Army supervision, write ends.; the route or an adjoining county on
costs. the date set for the receipt of bids or WANTED
essay. Lucian Blocker pled no contest 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1
A. Walker proposals and must continue so to
Shirley pled guilty
Robbins violation
pled guilty carrying a concealed weapon; fined 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must
unlawful speed; fined $100. driver restrictions; license will be 10125. reside during the term of the con- see to appreciate $6,000. Call WANTED CHILDREN TO BABYSIT IN MY
Walker pled guilty. improper tag; held 60 days. Sherry Ann Thornton, pled guilty tract and any renewal thereof.b. 4960071. 12/4 tfn/chg. HOME. Any ages, any hours you need
fined $101.25.Kevin Sharon G. Totman pled no contest worthless check ordered to make Al least one member of a part- 1985 FLEETWOOD I4'x64' Two bedroom them kept. Fenced ploy yard hot
J. Randolph pled guilty no improper tag; must produce valid restitution $284 ;and pay $50: court nership must meet the residency! requirement 2 bath. Central heat and air. Call far In breakfast lunch, dinner. Will work out
y tag fined $101.25. tag and pay $50 court costs or pay costs, 60 days court probation. of a. formation. 496-2591, after 5 p.m. payment plan you can afford. Locatedoff
Alex M. Downing pled guilty $101.25. c. A corporation must be engagedin "n/chg.2/5 SRI21 on SRI25 Raiford. Call On-
unlawful speed; fined $76. Totman pled no contest no PIP in- business, other than as a mail day at 4311733. Itchg. 2/26
Downing pled guilty DWLS; pro- surance; dismissed. transportation contractor in a coun-
duced valid license, ordered to pay Harold Alan Smith pled guilty no Karlos D. !Moss pled guilty failedto ty traversed by the route or an ad- r
$50 court costs. tag; fined $10125.Misdemeanor. report accident; ordered to pay joining county as of the date set for
William H. Berry, III pled no con- $35 court costs. the reciept of bids or proposals.
test to DWLS; fined $101.25. Michael P. Wrenne fined $92 -for Interested parties may obtain a k4x" 0"' ', 't)BJL IMOrk svN
unlawful speed. bid package from the following location -
Court Wrenne DWLS; ordered to pay :
court costs. Transportation Service
$150 Management -
Marc G. Flores charged with driv- Dean J. Brouillard pled guilty
Donald G. Dick pled guilty DUI; Center
ing against restrictions; producedvalid disorderly conduct; all costs will be fined $887.50, license suspended five P G. Br.x 41269Jacksonville
license, dismissed if defendant to Job that began their careers as penny papers
suspended goes years, ten days in jail on weekends Kl. 32203-1269 Two newpapers
Herbert E. Herndon pled guilty Corps in 15 days or pay $50 court attend DUI school, Salvation Army Phone 904-783-7280 were the New York Times and the Baltimore Sun.
improper tag; fined $101.25. costs on 60 days court probation. supervision one year. Bids must be received at the
Herndon pled guilty DWLS; fined Shirley Ellis pled guilty bad Dick charged with DWLS; case Transportation Management Office
$101.25. check; ordered to make restitution dismissed. by 2 p.m March 11. 1987.!
Ira L. Strawder pled guilty DWLS; $23.59. 7 De Wise .
.med $101.25. Ellis pled guilty bad check;
Strawder pled guilty driving under ordered to make restitution $50.25. Shop
the influence (DUI); fined $362, Ellis pled guilty bad check; r > f :1
license suspended six months, at- ordered to make restitution $50. PRICE.WISESeagram'e
tend DWI school, 50 hours community Ellis pled guilty bad check: _
I work under supervision of Salva- ordered to make restitution$6.25. All Home i
tion Army. to Winn Dixie.Catherine "S\\5 Sexy
Christopher Dinkins pled guilty Hadley pled guilty bad '
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I News from Hampton L I ISy

Doloro MCIIK. 4HH-I9IJ Rev. Norman Suisse of High Springs ing before dinner and introduced the plant arrangements. Decoratedmint Lou-Ann Azalea & Blueberry Farm "
Pastor of the Hampton Chris- guest Sister Rebecca .
filled with Valentine
Cub Scouts DerbyOn tian Church, was honored with a bir- Rutkowskl, OSF, of Jacksonville. dies were cups used as individual favors.can- Located off 100 South toward Keystone, take right on

Sat., Feb. 28, at 11 a.m. the thday dinner on Sunday, Feb. 22, at Sister Rebecca is Director of the An Arrangement of fresh flowers 24th Avenue, follow signs or
Pinewood Derby will be held at the Starke.Bradford Some Family Restaurant in St. Augustine Diocesan Council of centered the gift table. Call 964-7109 I W. will assist you Tu... thru Sat. 10 5:30
Hampton City Park. Members of thirty parishionersand Aging. She distributed literature Those in charge of arrangementsfor
Cub Scout Troop No. 675 will com- and friends joined him for his dinner containing information applicable to this affair included Sal lye Scog- One Free Dogwood Tree
pete with their homemade race cars. birthday cake. older persons. She spoke on services gins Ruth Meng, Betty Dazinski
Activities and games are on Mr. William Lahn spent his 81st available to Senior Citizens and gave Sophie Kimutis and Dorothy Rite. with any purchase
schedule for all to enjoy. birthday at North Florida Regional advice on pending legislative issues.,
Hospital. He was presented with a Door prizes were given to some Hampton Elementary
Baby ShowerMrs. cake made by a thoughtful neighborand forty guests attending.The Come See Our Hand Crafted Items
given cheerful cards by visiting quilt which had been hand School'gr| j. .
Pat Crawford was honored friends.Mr. "All Nature Sings of
sewn by ladies of St. Edward's Planning Day
with a Baby Shower given by friendsat and Mrs. Paul
Meng hosted a Parish Dolores
was won by Meng.
Feb. is scheduled
the Parsonage of the Friday 27, a
Hampton party honoring their daughter, Tables for the party were covered
planning day for teachers. No school
Christian Church on Wed., Feb. 18. Carolyn Hunter in
celebration of with red cloths holding Valentine
that day for students!
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Crawford her birthday. Family members at- I

became the parents of a ten-pound tending included Mrs. John Meng r. 0:: <:: <:: !. 0': : ,. j
baby boy on Thurs., Feb. 19. and daughter, Stephanie, of Cherry f Jesus"r
Point, NC. John Meng is on Marine
HospitalizedMr. assignment in Wisconsin. L&
William Lahn is a patient in
Room 632 at North Florida Regional Senior Citizens HonoredOn

Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. Sunday Feb 15, local senior Yard & Lawn Service
Louise Mattheus is citizens were honored at a covered f
hospitalised at St. Luke's Hospital in dish dinner held in St. Edward's t
Jacksonville Room 201. We wish Parish Hall. t
them both a quick recovery. Altar Society President, Betty Jrs% n
Dannski, welcomed guests. Father !
Birthday Celebrations Joseph Fmlay, pastor led the bless-

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GIRL SCOUTS All you have to spring for is $2.The .

BU Girl Scouts Day cerc-monv. Troops throughoutthe Merle Norman Spring Promises Package.

Will Celebrate neighborhood under the direction mowing trimming seeding Yours for only $2 with any $12 minimum purchaseof
of Events Chairman Laurie
Merle Norman products. Including a CleansingBar
Thinking Day Mullins are working toward making fertilizing trees & shrubs for sale Moisture
with Fresh 'N Fair Skin Freshener
(the Thinking Day Event special for Sponge,
Thinking Day will be celebratedthis :scouts: of all ages. will install or move trees also Lotion, Lip Stay and Performance Lipstick. It's every-
Saturday, Feb. 28 at a Bradford-
The collected at the event
Union Neighborhood Event at the will be money sent to the Juliette Low World thing you need to face up to spring beautifully.This
First United Methodist Church in Friendship Fund. offer is only good while supplies last, from

Fellowship Hall in Starke. L&D February 16th to March 31st. Bring this ad into one of
The event starts at 8:15: a.m. with All former Girl Scouts and leadersare
square dancing for everyone led by invited to attend the Promise:: the following Merle Norman Studios. Limit one

School Superindentcnt Jim Duncan Circle March 12 at the Bradford per customer.
from 8:30: to 9:45: a.m. County Courthouse. At 4 p.m. Girl Nursery & Tree Servicefree 118 S. Thompson 964-7355

A wide-game taking the scouts to Scouts throughout the United States Woman to WomanIT1ERLE
International Games, Internationalfood will be saying their promise in
tasting a International film, a celebration of the 75th Anniversaryof appraisals OORmArtc'
craft and a chance to view the videoof the founding of Girl Scouts.
neighborhood activities will be en- Please contact all former Girl
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event will conclude at noon Union Neighborhood in this special
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I Obituaries

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Jumps Francis Duguid.Sr. rangftllr tS. Key Largo H. Mrs. Mary Tanis Korean Conflict; Member of Disabled Keystone! Heights! in 1967 friim !Horn in Thcressa!! KI-, on ()ec. IQ,
Owe.f Atlanta. GA; three grand- American Veterans. Ocean Springs!,MS.She attended the ].W!:!' Mr. Kelsey moved to Starke
James Francis Duguid Sr., 87.of Dorothy 11IeIaas drLireaFr.rral Survivors include his wife, Church of God and J was! uhomemukvr. from Ifcnugar, AI after living in
Jacksonville, died Thursday. Feb. Dorothy A. Tna>as. 12, .. services were held in Charlene A. Abernathy; one Alabama for 2 years He was a
19, 1987 in St. Catherine Laboure'Manor Jacksonville,formerly.fAm Park DrWrtt C Jones Chapel in Keystone brother Clyde E. Aberronthy of Survivors! include her husband! member of the !Baptist! Faith; a
Inc., following an extended and Keystone tle0c. died TBCS- ttn&tf on Friday Feb. Zlu with Orlando; one sister, Cathryn F. Fred Seymour; three: 1 sons: WalterJ. truck driver for Storey TruckingCo.
illness. day. Feb. 17 MK7 mt .lui ..LoUe Rev. David Landers, pastor of Moscley of Starke; mother Grace ., Long Beach, MS, Dale E. and ., in Jlen gar, A I..; a Veteran of
Horn in Mount Pleasant. Pennsylvania Ml'diatlOmter following hnemngillness. Keystone Unfed Mrthodwl Church K. Cox, Starke; many nieces and David M. of Keystone Heights; WWII, :'M! years with the Army &
on Oct. 18,1899 Mr.Duguid cwoductme the series. Burial was nephews. !sister i! Thelma Kiserman: Glen St. Navy.
lived most of his live in the Jacksonville Born in Ware County.CA..n"-.-. u Keystone Heights Cemetery Memorial services were held In Mary; four grandchildren.
area lie was a member of 27. 1914. Mrs. Thomas nnnd .. ruder Uhe dvectioa.*Jones Funeral DeWitt C. Jones Chapel In Starke on Survivors include his wl.V, Myrna
Riverside Presbyterian Church anda Jacksonville in UBS tom Keystone llumt f Keystone Heights.Edwin Saturday Feb. 21, 1987, with Rev. Funeral services! were held in D. Kelsey; three daughters, Becky
retired Master Plumber heights She was a nx____1 the LeRoy Olive conducting the ser DeWilt C. Jones Chapel on Tuesday, Bryant, Manning, SC, JoAnn &
Survivors include a daughter Methodist Faith and a I r- -&-. Emsfut Abernathy vices.Burial will be at a later date in Feb.24, 19117.with Hev. Charles Van- Cheryl Kelsey! ol .Starke; three sons,
Darlene B. Scott Florham Park. Survivors include 1wo Edwin Eugene Abernalhy. 54 of Orange Springs Cemetery, Orange Zant conducting the services. Burial Timothy, Starke,and Joey &Johnny
NJ; a son, James Francis (Frank Robert K. Thomas of Keystone Slate died Wednesday Feb. 18, Springs FL, under the direction of was in Keystone Cemetery under the ol Putnam Hall, FL; ones brother,
Duguid Jr., Keystone Heights; Heights and James T. Thnmas nf ntl m VA Medical Center in Jones Funeral Home of Starke. direction of Jones Funeral Home of Frank Kelsey, Auburndale; one
sister, Verna Clark Jacksonville; Belle Glade a bratber. Jansen GanesnDe roll .wc-extended iJII Keystone Heights. sister, Dollie Burton, KeystoneHeights
six grandchildren. Madison Baskin of nueerald CA: -- Mary Sue SeymourMrs. ; three grandchildren.
Graveside services were held in six sisters Mrs. J. B. STii''hmtt .f Ban- Birmingham. AL, on Mary Sue Seymour, 64, of Joe Henry KelseyJoe Graveside !services were held in
Eliam Cemetery in Melrose on Charleston SC. Mrs. Betty Rntb November! KWa; Mr. Abernathy Keystone Heights died suddenly Henry Kelsey, 60, of Starke Hope Cemetery in Theressa, FL, on
Saturday, Feb. 21, with Rev. Rob Putt of Cummings.CA.Mrs.IT-mi m0 ed la Slarke m WOK from Orange Saturday, Feb. 21, 1987 at her died Thursday, Feb. 19, 9flU1n! Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1987, with Kev.
Morford conducting the services. B. Roy of S.ft'hIratft'. "IX. )Irs.. Sprie{ fLHe was a member of residence. Parker Community Hospital' David Weyand conducting the ser
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Jane Annette. MdcneB. .f c..IIIrce the Protestant faith; a retired Born in Raiford, FL, on July 26, Parker, AZ, following a sudden iI. vices. Jones Funeral Home of Starke
Heights was in charge of ar- ....... ..- .............. -"W'" carpenter t Veteran off" Us. Army 1922, Mrs. Seymour moved to .In......'..",. was in charge of arrangements.

Thank You! I
I World Day of Prayer Set For March G-
We the family of Karl Barrick and kindness during the loss of our
World Day of Prayer celebratesits Its uniqueness lies m the fact that its: I I beloved and brother.
Financial Aid Workshop TonightA would like to thank all our relatives, son I
Centennial March 6 heal
on Friday. expression is found ia OMB- friends and neighbors for their love Glenn Barrick Family
proclaiming the theme. "Come and munities and its leadership bi
Rejoice." laywomen of Ibe due h. Financial Aid Workshop for current sent explain Financial Aid oppor .
In Starke the celebration will be World Day Prayer..br0.in Ifae and prospective college tunities, including the Basic '
hosted by the First Presbyterian United States in ISO as a day .f students will offered this evening Economic Opportunity Grant :::5'' !"
Church on Call Street. The meetingwill prayer for mission, has devwtiped Tnonday. Feb. S at the Santa Fe BEOG), Work Study and Student : at i
start at 11 a.m. in the church into a movement ia.a..o..a.-. CHpi"-iji College Slarke Center Loan Programs.The %
sanclury followed by a covered dish in some 170 aJIIIIItries and ftPIIII5" trues 7 10'p.'_ workshop is free and open to I'' 7.389
luncheon in Fellowship Hall. the world gather each year Ie Caansefara from SFCC: .mlleIR- the public. Annual Yield
Women from St. Mark's observe a common day of pray
Episcopal, St. Edward's Catholic The same theme and i ntap Sft"vice \
First United Methodist. First Chris- : is shared and unliliil ....
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First Presbyterian members and In many pouirti trfc tile east serves
will participate in the service. as a catalyst for __ to came i the Compounded 7.1561| I
A 100 year old prayer movement" together as they work..bring abet Announcing Opening
global dimensions,the World Day of changes in their fives. Monthly
Prayer is a worldwide expression of The public. is invited to joni in the ofChipopRAtic
mutual prayer and Christian unity. March....Id Day of Prayer.
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