Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01750
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01750
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
'. .- .. .' ..,,- '---------...------- .. . -. .' ow ..

r t "t -1- f l

MAR/ Inside...
2 71987 Bradford
Tore t.crlonr Cot//v
SICTION At a FepNNerd the '

Ply t'a ..... . . . ...'4. >
tw Ff.A tdaorlp.... . . . .. .4ATli
H'STOA" Social I tern*. . . S-IA SINCE

Sport ., . . . .iotA
Outside. Legal.. . . . .. .. .. ..7

Thursday, March 19,.scattered. showers, with 30 percent: chance of SICTION at 12: r...* -;' T

',1rain., in the morning, and clearing in the afternoon. Wind 15 to'20 Mental Retardation Month .. ..'.MBWalnwrlght P 18ra
mph from the southeast. ." _-'.. ...'. ...2BRloiko
Extended forecast, Friday through Sunday generally fair Fri llotlromont. . . ..3BTrloit
day and Saturday, and partly cloudy on Sunday. Highs 76-75. with Retirement. . . ....4BCrolby
lows in the SO'.. Turner Promoted . ..SBNewtBrM
The Suwannee River at Branford is at 29.0 ft.,with flood stage being *. . . . . ..MClotiHIed ; ; 70 000000 ElL( fYCIUNG r
29 feet. The river has crested, and will continue to drop, unless Ad. . . . ..-,oa I 6RARY P KIJN
heavy rains fall in the area. Area Doathi . . . .'011 l_.l r FLORIDA
Average rainfall for the past 30 years are: January 2.8 inches; M.UIII'IIIUnlon. . . .11B NE: p, ; I TY (1F >errios- :Thj$ Side of Heaven

February 3.53 inches; March 3.96 inches and April 3.23 inches. New Farmer Markot.US t 1 EFLORlIJlS Cents Copy
FL ?-w; ____y.March 19. 1837 .USPS 062-700
.'. .. . . .. .. .. ..... . .. GAINESVILLE .. '
'- --"- .... .. .. ... ." .. . .. .' .. .... .-.. ... .-- ..:''''': .. : : .:. ::. .. )l ', '. '.:', .. .: ....::;_ : .. ..:'..' : .:::. : : ,':'::::' .:"": _' '.. .', .", '..'. :., :' ,:: :::1.11:

1f1/ t' e9 Bond RefinancingTo

Gator Banquet... "

The annual Galen Hall Banquet F Save $331,459

of the Starke Gator Quarterback -r,
Club is set Friday, March 20. in the ,
National Guard armory inside l'It

Camp Standing. r
social hour with an oyster bar .
and appetizers, is set for 6 p.m. A Q_ l For City of Starkeby
steak dinner will be served at 7 { a/"

p.m.Head Gator Galen Hall will be Buster Rahn have been renovated, for a total cost

the featured speaker, UF coaches BCT Staff Writer $52,242, with two other units under
and wives and some of the Gator Moving a step closer to exchanging contract, which total $36,586. One
cheerleaders are expected. other unit is out for bid, with bid
a a $3 million 1983 bond issue for
,, date set for March
opening Monday,
/ bonds carrying a lower interest rate,
Car Wash March 21... Starke commissioners gave final approval 23.Final
plans will be complete Friday
4 Tuesday night, March 17, to
BHS students who are hosting the March 20, for the downtown
i, proceed with the refinancing.The .
German Students will and
development program, a
sound financial position of the
sponsor a car wash at the Community ,, meeting has been set for 5 p.m. Mon
city, as evidenced by by the
State Bank parking lot reports day, Mar. 23 by the task force, to
auditor and fiscal agent, enables the
Saturday, March 21, from 9 a.m. review the plans.
commission to refinance the bondsat
until 3 p.m. Cost: $2.50 per car; ,, of
a saving 331459.
vans, $3.50. Limo Service...
Pat Farnsworth, CPA, representing
city auditors, Davis, Monk The council heard N.H. Bertotto of

KLPOA Supper... Farnsworth and Co.,reported the city Keystone Heights! request licensingto
of Starke to be in excellent financial provide limousine service for
A covered dish supper is set this I I condition with set of Starke.
I One of State's well-kept
Chapter Program Best...
Saturday, March 21, for membersof records. Bertotto said he will not be competing

the Kingsley Lake Property Chairman Rodney Hall congratulates Chapter I Program a plaque denoting the honor from the State Departmentof Farnsworth set the stage for Bill) with the local taxi operator
Owners Association and their Director Myrna Lou Nurse on the Bradford program Education. Johnson, acting as placing agent for sincehewilloperatebyappointmentonly
guests. for disadvantaged children being rated one of the Mrs. Hurse, some of the Title I teachers and Supt. refinancing the 1983 bond issue, to and pick-up people in Starke
The supper is set for 7 p.m. in the top In the state. Hall, right, and Supt. Jim Duncan hold Duncan were recognized by the state Cabinet In report to the city council that for transportation to the Jackson
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. Tallahassee a few weeks ago. Starke's credit and financial standing ville or Gainesville airports, or other

merits a low interest rate, com- distant points.
The council referred the request to
Bloodmobile... f E' 3.1M. r, parable to other cities In the state. Police Chief Jimmy Bowen for a per
Fiscal Johnson
The blookmobile from the Civitan J S r agent provided sonal investigation of the applicant,
with Collier
V' A comparison figures ,
Regional Blood Center is scheduledat b I DIY. tl n and Issues and review of legal requirements.
s Dade Orange County ,
the Bradford-Union Vocational- tt ?, ,, with Starke being one-fourth of one- Forklift Located...
Technical Center Monday, March
percent higher in the earlier years,
23, from 9 11:30 a.m. r but being lower a similar amount at Councilman Charles Schaefer
Glutton needs 40,000 blood donations maturity, in the year 2003. Interest reported he had located a forklift
in 1987. rates on the refinanced bonds run that meets the needs of the city,
The blood donation process is from 4 percent to 6.5 percent. within the budgeted amount. The
quick, easy and safe. Disposable Following the presentation by unit is approximately 8 years old,
supplies are used and all equip- Johnson, the council voted to proceed rebuilt, and appears to be in ex
ment is sterilized. with the refinancing, which an cellent condition. The asking price is

Please give.Chamber. t-- ticipates a savings of $331.459 over $3,500.
Schaefer recommended the city
the life of the issue. Total 1983 issue
proceed with the purchase, since it
Mixer... outstanding $3,050,000..
: the meets all requirements, and good
The refinancing will cost city
This month's Chamber yrs. used units hard to find. The
Mixer is 4t: $61.000, or$20 per bond in fiscal and are
set Tuesday, March 24 from 5:30: legal fees. council had no problem with the purchase

' 7 p.m. at Terwillegar Realty on.N. ,,, .. ,..._ CityAtt9IJ: ) y'..Teren! e ,Brown but atty. Brown suggested
; Temple Avenue in Starke of there problems in by-
gave a second reading an ordinance biding
Joey Herres is scheduled to play : to for the sale of passing procedures.The .
I I provide
the piano and sing during the mix- Mrs. Charlie Mae Moore 78. Earns High School giploma..w' bonds, enabling the refinancing procedure council approved the pur
er. first of chase, contingent on being within
Mrs. Charlie Mae Moore, 78, of Lawtey, put all 10 of special occasion: of the diploma presentation.Supt.Jim then made a reading the law, and requested atty. Brownto
Enterprise Zone... her children through high school and five of them Duncan at In the background.Mrs. a supplementary other ordinance to to provide the research statutes governing the
dates and specifics
from mother of Southslde Elementary
graduated college. Moore, the situation.
A workshop on the EnterpriseZone And Monday night. March 16, Mrs. Moore receivedher Principal Jesse Moore, received a big round of ap first ordinance. The council approved
is set 7-9 p.m. next Thursday, high school diploma and was recognized by the plause. Circumstance didn't allow her to get a both readings. Dees Proposal...
March 26, in the SFCC Starke Bradford school board. At Mrs. Moore's shoulder is Vo-. diploma. Mrs. Moore said. She expressed gratefulnessto Following the council meeting said, Utilities Director Merrell Dees
Charles Schaefer
Center. Tech Administrator Charles Thomas, who made a be able now to realize a long-time goal councilman the allow those individuals
The Enterprise Zone is to provide the 1983 bonds were issued to pay for proposed city
incentives to build, renovate, or expand renovation of the sewer plant on Ed and firms that pump septic
homes or businesses. The wards Road and up-grading of the tanks to dump into the city sewer
electric sub station. The bonds car system, for a fee. The council took
meeting will be held in a
classroom.The Plans Reviewed by Board ried a 9.25 percent interest rate, the recommendation under advise-
without formal action at this
workshop replaces for March which was reasonable at the time, ,
the regular Chamber of Commerce Schaefer said. time.
seminar/luncheon. The interest rate on the refinanced
bonds, from 4.00 to 6.5 percent,is the Flag Presented...

Enterprise Zone... BHS Auditorium is Biggest ProjectPlans same rate obtained on bonds issued Steve Kroll, Worshipful Master of
in 1964, almost 25 years ago. Bradford Masonic Lodge No. 35,
An Enterprise Zone seminar will -- -- Grant Reports... presented an American flag to the
I h be held in the Santa Fe Community for the $400,000 renovationof table elsewhere and transported it in floor will be refinished. Grant Coordinator Linda Day city, that had flown over the capitolIn
*. College building on W. Call St., the Bradford High auditoriumwere sections to the SE site. Other additions include: new reported to the council that the housing Washington D.C. Jan. 13, 1987.
Thursday evening, March 26, at 7 approved Monday night, School board member Cobby isleway carpeting, new exterior rehabilitation grant is on The flag was provided through the
March 16, by the school board. Wainwright also superintendent of doors, a new room outside for else schedule, and reported no problems.Ms. office of U.S. Rep. Bill Grant.
p.m.The public is invited. The board also reviewed building the Reception and Medical Center trical panels new air-conditioning of Day reported 20 applications The flag was accepted by Mayor
projects totaling some $750,000 including prison at Lake Butler maintainedall 50-SS tons, rest rooms and the trophy have been taken. 18 of which are Vernon Silcox, who told Kroll "the
S.Fe Cemetery... the auditorium, the $103,000 along the inmates would win if display cases will be refurbished, a for assistance. Three houses flag will flv over Starke tomorrow.
new administrative suite and libraryfor school personnel would get the hard white plastic finish to reflect
The annual election of trustees Starke Elementary, an $80,000 building material on the site. light and sound will be sprayed onto
for the Santa Fe Cemetery Association science lab for BHS, remodeling of the ceiling, and the entire Interior I I
is set at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, the ag shop at the Vo-Tech Center, A work session is set at 7 p.m. will be repainted.
March 26 in the Hampton city hall. school paving projects, portable March 30 to compare cost figures on Outside the roofs of the porches Grant
classroom construction, and toilet the two portables The school board will be repaired or replaced. The County Seeking
Historical Society... facilties at the commercial vehicle asked Operations Director Registerto green trim will be replaced with new
driving range. have cost figures on each. blue trim.
The Bradford County Historical Architect Drivas stressed it will do

Society is set to meet next Thursday The SE portable classroom built Supt. Jim Duncan says that more no good to upgrade the auditorium I For New Rescue Unit
March 26, at 7:30 p.m. in the by inmates is completed and in use portables are needed at other overcrowded unless some person is placed in
SFCC Starke Ceznter Old Cour Operations Director LeonardRegister schools, such as Southside charge of the building
thouse). told the school board. The Elementary and suggested that "You cannot afford to enjoy using Bradford County's request for a new emergency vehicle was heard
"How to trace your Revolu privately) contracted portable was while the inmate crews are on the the auditorium as a teaching environment Wednesday March 18, but results were not available at press time.
tionary and Civil War Ancestors" is on-site Monday, some 20 days late job here the board might consider for 20 students," Drivas The Council on Rural Medical Services (CoREMS), a volunteer
the program topic. and lacked carpet and electrical continuing the building of portables. stressed. The board agreed. group reviews applications for matching funds for purchasing
An overview will be given of hookups. emergency equipment by 16 north-central Florida counties.
sources available for documenting Summer Work... Funding Is derived from fines levied for DUI (driving under influence

service in these two wars. The The Auditorium... Most of the construction except ) and moving traffic violations. It is re-distributed to the coun-
presentation will include examples Inmates Win Race.. for portable classrooms, will be ties, with 45 percent going approved budgeted items, 50 percent for
of documents encountered, search Architect Spiros Drivas said he'dtake The $400,000 auditorium refurbishing slated for the summer when no matching funds, and percent for administration of the fund. The current
strategy, and possible alternative credit for 10 of the 20 days financed by a special grant ,students are in session. meeting Is! slated to distribute matching funds.
sources. delay, since he returned pre- from the state pushed for and Biggest projects are the Bradford County is requesting a new emergency vehicle, at a cost of
The public is invited. construction drawings for changes. secured by Board Member ten auditorium, the new SE ad approximately $38 000. If approved, the county will retire Rescue
Spacemaster, Inc. representiveDuke Schiofman, was explained to the ministrative building, and several "60." a 1979 chassis, with an even older body, says Cliff Chapman,
Addison said the weather ac board. paving slated alt different emergency services director for Bradford County.
Steak Dinner... counted for the other 10 days. The Big ticket item is the new lighting school sates.projects The Board of County Commissioners has agreed to fund one half the

For $3 you can enjoy a steak dinner board asked architect Drivas to pre system costing $120,000, said ar Supt. Duncan said principals have cost of the vehicle, or $IIJOOO said Chapman.The .
and raise money for the First sent his recommendation in writing chitect Drivas. completed lists of paving needed at county has been unable to afford a new rescue unit, long re
Presbyterian Church Youth Group. about liquidated damages. The There will be new air- each school. There won't be money quested by Chapman because of a lack funds

Two seatlngs, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.. board will then act on the architect's conditioning. Tne electrical system enough to complete all the paving
are planned for the second annual recommendation.Thus capacity will be increased to 400 needed and the school board will
dinner set Saturday, March 28, in the inmate constructioncrew amps to carry the increased load. have to decide soon which projectsto
the church Fellowship Hall. Eat In, working on the portable built In the renovation, new accoustical do first- SetThe
or take out. Free delivery Inside on the SE site have won the competition shells will encircle the stage and a Badly) needed are paving repairsat day Co-op Meeting I
Starke. For tickets, contact a set up by the"school board. new accoustical ceiling will be built BHS, SE and new paving at the
member of the Youth Group or call Spacemaster constructed its por above the stage. The Wood stage athletic complex at BUS

the Church office, 964-7937. annual meeting of the Clay at It 'p.m.The .
.Is set next popular Klngsmen, a gospel

Carroll Is New Chairman of Brooker Councilby Thursday Electric ,Cooperative March 26, at the headquarters singing will perform.group The from health Ashville fair is, sponsored N.C.

in Keystone Heights. The KH
Bradford Hospital.
Gene asked the council to The annual event, which bring by
by ,
Good Citizens... will perform
Upcoming... Buster Rahn of to the Keystone Lions Club
fund the baseball league with $500, throngs people tests.
BCT Staff WriterCommissioner Stalnaker expressed his appreciation will begin at 9 a.m. glaucoma screening
-The 9Ui .annual meeting of the an amount contributed by the council Heights area, afternoon business meetingwill
Roy Carroll was for their health The
cleaning entertainment, a
up property and feature
in former
Clay Electric Cooperative is set elected chairman of the Brooker by three Brooker residents: Mary Smith said years.the association hasabout,800' fair, exhibits, free chicken dinner, begin at 1 p.m. and will feature of
next Thursday Heiahts.March 26. council by his peers Tuesday Mar. O'steen for removing debris from in the bank but has and a chance to win one of the more guest speaker Harris Remley
Keystone beginning at 9 10, with A.B. Adams elected l vice- the old George Hazen house, which 30 uniforms on order that will cost than 100 door prizes that will be Jacksonville. After speaking recently is-
Club Remley
KH ,
to the Rotary
chairman. burned several months Bill :
a.m.The ago; dollars bringing given away.
several hundred ,
Board of the City of KH area
Zoning known to some
the old will already
Hislop for cleaning up Barry This the 49th annual meeting,
March 26 Council members George Pierce start-up cost to approximately and humor.
Starke meets Thursday, place, across the railroad from Car.roU's be time for members to vote on residents for his wit
Sue Davis and C.J. Stalnaker '1200. Board of'j'nleteee
were Electric
at 7 p.m. city tbecoopentive' Both Clay
store, and Ken Young for several amendments to
of the Bradford in for terms. Pierce The council was told by Smith Hastingsand
work session sworn new President Angus
and removing an old van ofthe Articles of
repairing that the Brooker field will be one
.Mood former councilman Carl Tommy
School Board Is set at'pm. replaces General Manager
from off the street The councUStalnaker'a Laws as well as
since tion and By.
best in the county this
Edwards who did not seek the afternoon
re to board of MiUlcan will speak at
echoed words of Installed members the
TheZoning ap association has a three
Board of Bradford election.Davis and Stalnaker did not seaalan
County is scheduled to meet Tuesday draw opposition in the February preciation.- sprinkler system In the Infield, and trustees. Polls the morning open Immediately business The Coop anticipates 3,500 people

March 31. at 7 p.m. in the election; therefore their names did Archie Smith, president ot im Brooker..pjA following under the big tent and close for the annual meeting.
) meeting
<5'.rlr.>Pity had. not appear on the ballot. Athletic Association, accompanied See

_. .. ... .
I T Tor. I .,_ r '9 T M' T. ''LL

-- -

r 1

Pugs 2TELEGRAPII March 19,1987 \ .,

. Repairs Due on SR-16 RR Crossingby 'iJfU.f.! f.l ;: +:+

"'- ..t }..:
Buster Rahn said tuna uubHcner, puDiic iniorma- Highway traffic WIll be rerouted. ;;_. rYT
KCT Staff Writer tion officer for the'Lake City district during both periods of repair*: -ss*
Florida Department of office of DOT East bound traffic should bra
Transportation -
(DOT) announced Tuesday, SR-16 will be closed between south on Walnut Street, tram the
March Cherry and Thompson Streets from railroad en Washington Street sad
17, that repairs will begin on
the SR-16 railroad crossing Monday, Monday, March 23, at 7:30 a.m., to return to on Church: StneL
Thursday, March 26 bound i
Mar. 23. at 5:30 p.m. It West traffic standd bra
will again be closed the next week south on Cherry Street, era rye
Railroad workers will the '
fromMondayMarch30at7:30a.m. railroad
on WashtnehM Street,and
existing asphalt and timber crossingwith to Thursday, April 2, at 5:30 p.m. return to SR-16 OB
rubberized materials, making rSlnd.
Repairs are bang IDa
the crossing smoother and safer, Detour. Detour... funds. ...
c t

. Public Invited ,to March 28 BH DedicationDedication

ceremonies for the new tion speaker.;Rep. be introduced Health Care Systems. lac, wBI 'I
Bradford County Hospital are set by AI K. Carle, chair- preside at the dedication
Saturday, March 28, starting at 11 man of the hospital board of ceremonies. \.4.-1 I
a.m. and continuing with tours of the trustees.Dr. II I
facility until 1 p.m.,according to Administrator Hamburgers and bat docs win be
Tim Rearick. Richard Anderson of served during the lunch ..... The
Rep. George Crady is the dedica- Gainesville, chairman of Santa Fe public is invited. -

. Brooker Council Receives Good Audit Reviewby I

Buster Rahn penditures in amount ut .iS,::::. other sources yon caa exartmue as ..
BCT Staff Writer Total receipts were$73,821, with expenditures you are"Douglas told the ewe-il .
Eddie Douglas, CPA with auditing of 57290. "I recommend you transfer Cusds -
firm, Davis, Monk Farnsworth and Douglas pointed out the town lost into three small i reserve arorams d o.
Co., congratulated the Brooker money last year in the operation of bring them into plia8ce-
1bnef.. classes in Bradford and
oraFeCCeeepesatrde Clay County.
the Water Department, but that Douglas told the council. The throe
council on managing the financial accounts lack lag w tole g! ytereae._Tee M.idaao. a From left to right: Nancy Shuford,Allison Denmark,
situation has existed for several
affairs of the town, to a approximately tsjnt
produce ..
wbiab it ler school Justin Williams and Karen .
s4alwt ele.iolary Hodges.Shorn.
surplus for the year, and maintain years. Last year's loss was $1,741. in meeting the minimum rayaned, .
financial records of excellent quality. bringing the accumulated loss to but the amount poses no proton -
57682. since the town has more than TMOBW ncrss !!' 113ele -
The council showed no interest in in cash.
Douglas said the auditors inserteda It si aE'
disclaimer principally to protect raising water rates to make the' Douglas said statutes require a :
themselves, ,in reference to a single operation break even. more comprehensive audit wtea -
individual handling the cash, but "The Farmers Home Administration town receipts reach $1DO. DO per \
there is no choice,since the town has (FHA) will send you a letter requesting year, and be thinks the tows win
only one employee in the office. you to raise water rates, reach that figure within a couple of lear.lestr.rty wa S&Mft.,.......0tis.trs
For the year ending Sept. 30, 1986, but as long as you are able to years.A"full bloom audit wilt cost prtai's o#.w aSt.MOSBgrt
the town had receipts in excess of ex transfer funds into the account from $5.000 to$6.000.said Douglas.will ehw-.s.....

. +k
Recreation News

T-Ball, Small Fry, League and Men's Church League be Tuesday.Uarch M.at 7 pja. at tObe! ftj/KL Street CenterTboKEdajr.
Jr. Softball meeting set for 7:45 p.m. in the conference at the Pratt Street Center. If jwo .Mavck Ol at 7....with
Registration Set room of the old armory, the cannot attend this meeting, please David_and Wapse aCcLrad.Bed .
Registration begins Monday, Starke Recreation Department. contact the Recreation Dept at A.-- ..... SB officiating:
March 16 and ends May 15 for Also, if you plan to have a team 9646792. SIIIftbdI-S B asked: s.awef at the
T-Ball, Small Fry Baseball and you need to come by the Rec Dept. Anyone interested in ofikaateg P.trsatda Rod I Baa> s9d Ttanday,
Junior Softball sponsored by the office for all information. baseball and Softball is asked to JIDdI-....

Starke Registration Recreation is set Department.in the Old Armory Exercise Classes... Mane always bgint.forgh>o ap. oo>as__ r.- .:Nonuket ROTHSCHILD.Imperial Baroque Formal China
on N. Temple Avenue and New exercise and aerobic dance a-tIes
Adkms Street, from 8:30 a.m. to class began March 2 at the Old Ar- HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY WORKS FOR YOU-
noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. mory building.
Aerobic dance, 5:30-6: p.m.Exercise Over the yean we've found our Bridal Registry Service to be
Softball League... 6-7 p.m. MondayThursday.Cheryl one of the most appreciated of all the services that we offer to
Anyone Interested in getting into Godwin, instructor. The cost our customers.It makes it easy for you to select the perfect
the Softball League should contactthe varies according to the participation. wedding shower gift because you know it's exactly what the
Recreation Dept., if you missedthe prospective bride is looking for.
the first meeting.
The last meeting is set March 30, Officials Needed... The engaged couple register their preferences in china,crystal,
with the Women's League meeting For anyone interested in of. flatware and gi tware.We record this and update the list as gifts
set for 7:15: p.m.:. and the Men'8 ficiating baseball, the first meeting etvsi2g99wan are purchased to avoid duplications.

.._.--.-..-...-..-....***........t*************************'r Visit us the next time you're shopping for wedding oKshower

: Carlo's Sandwich i ii gifts.Wets help you select the gift the bride really wants.We'll
: Shoppe gift-wrap it.Well ship it.And the service is free!

i 7 (iI West on Hwy 16 from US 301 964-4050 i 12" Bar Chain ... .."'....,, .....
Couple urrend.inolirregi try:;. "n'1'1.J. : -'II, ,..
1. 'is featuring ii
: i ; t- ;:. --t" ;n'i io r I j.
i Dean "Spice of Life" the D.J. i M0odel Gloria Roberts and Perry Bryan .

,v Tina Bowen and Guy Wayne Porrish

*... b +,aSy SUNDAYS ;. Carole Hardin and Alan Montgomery
::: Buy an eama: tit' Margaret Smith and Brian JohnsLeila's
i' : ;; 11 to 6 "'" "'
0 a.m. pm. :. bar Adam far onfy

: Oldies, Rock & Roll, Country Western j $19 >*wr l t
.................. Dress & Gift Shop
> ili l OiS ; i l -- SAVE UP TO $70 --- CEI Monday-Saturday 9:30 am 5:30 pm

Hours 9:30.5:36M-F: Jo Ann sSpeciality .
9:31F/.00Sat.: ----- ----- ---
504 W.Call Street PoulaftExclustvI
((904)) 964-1347 L Gift Shop r .

harbmtbdIA4rrameypeAtl4aula.at0dslsS.IIT.iLFaDeals GRILLEDFLOUNDER

Celebrate Spring at Jo Ann' Hurry. Offer expires March 31st. lh iii *at

Sweep up with a decorated broom. Fix a spring basket of Florida Pewt OmtrrolS3

cookies with one of our cookie molds. Or just tantalize your Eon rah 9r.w.Si.k.tea

taste with our jellies English toffee teas,coffee or cakes. tJ.uarMTrerear.nar.aserest.a 9 6

"We Your Patronage" NNrgn.wrra..a.gr+aw/r+..rw..rs..nrr.ae. +
Appreciate .. .
o ojgsiHi ,..eN+rw.wrraa._._ r..r.+a .rr.r.oen... .......0.a.aa .

e e e i t .. DINNERTossed

p 1'
C a r green salad
0 rV :} with your choice of dressing r

l_ +. Two Southern-style '

1 1 husb puppies ,1'a' t



I Country-style
"$, :.,: 1a green beans
J w

:s': 4's

: :

Lemon wedge

:-------------------------;------------------------- -------- .

: Nugget Dinner 3 pc. Dinner 10 PC. Bargain 15I, Bucket : Oceander fillets, lightly

i 6 Kentucky Nuggets I $2.79 a $Bucket 6.99 $8.99 i abed of fluffy grilled rice. served over $3.99SUNDAY

i $2.29 i Get 3 pieces of' the Colonel's OriginalRecipe' i iS & WEDNESDAY
G.t 10 pica*of the CokMTs Got IS..-.s.t she eamatrsett0trur.
or Extra Crispy' Chicken
Original Rocip-. .**.Oriopy** aeotd. ..s CNiIrW Oitdie0 AUYouCarvEatCbuntryStyle
i ir
Get 6 Kentucky Nuggets; mashed potato j mashed and cole slaw r
0 potatoes gravy.
Chtafcon.4 Button-iOc Btseutt *ittifc Taupe gsat aetr............
and gravy. cole slaw and 1 biscuit r and 1 biscuit with this Fish $3.99MONDAY
a a coupon. ffoupo1! CotJpoo Qood only farcombination _nel.5.. ....n.yra Or..eNI Dwyer
Coupon may not be used a Coupon lor combination Dint Room
good : tteiaeyatkayesan0 ..w aow reher>5glllDllll1III *
wiln any other special oilers Limit 4 per I white/dark orders and may not be a be used .** any ch_ turn:_ .er cauam c-ps
coupon. Customer pays all applicable used with any other special offers Limit I piW .LImit ono psf.......... d atrkaes i "" susi "
0 sales laxOFFER e 4 per coupon. Customer pays all appliCuatomw pays a*appfosMo ;
i i cable sales tax. sates tax.
Fish Dinner $2. 9

: 32987Thil a e amort aamrrhii Met i

i ( oner good only at itore' 9 i (This offer good rely et store a t Mr ... *-at staff 9 j *eflr put esM a1 urn 9 ;

rI: 'location listed "'l8w') r r. buttons Nttttf' Mow. ) j r tocMMt 1 0toh01w, IurasYS9aa./ -Ca tainDs

_______________________.J.--________------ .

,..,r.1 rRQ" J C. SON U.. .: :StOO S :SiFJ'I< ''':M c ENNY.+'G '(NES ,:EJ.C' )(;;IC. -E et 'f VA" PC.R'- : W A greM little seafood place.

AI I( a. out .(1t. itQJONEI: : : .tt-MB trar ir-zr- :. i e


I t

March 19.1087 TELEGRAPH PageSA

Controversial Child Abuse Book 7'\\.

Allowed Back on School Shelves I 9. ,I II

A book aimed at teaching children asked her daughterto'helpiinitiiejihvchen. il O

to recognize child abuse and what to and the youngster oeplnddhe! lI' 11hi I.IbwingtthPlIID'DIDittle'i: Sfr.r1
do in
case of it will be returned for had to get back to: her Ulfarary Baulk IIIIIIIItId1mQ. !SUQtL DUncani reeom ;
use in the Southside Elementary because the man jiboutttDtlnuitti m>rnitttfamfl tthP scHraii:board!voted: l

library. a girl between her:Jegs. 54II mI 11..MlH'cIt tbattlHr ij .
book Entitled "You Can Say No," the Mrs. Sanford's J BIqJt.JIan: n Hmlfe stow im uMt in>the SS>library;. :} !
authored by Betty Boegehold Duncan and school, flici lssadt.U :SnfawUbMuidl I members perusing:::
is at reading level for at least the feel the author;in an.attemptttoiget tttK bilk ratten Bias Reading( : !level:.isnt "
fourth or fifth grade. It shows draw- her point across, ,used urn, tblDlblllblIorsmaUlcdbldrem. 41''"" .
ings of several children dealing with sexual exploration" .wdbflmtAl&'DUll textbook.. It

sexually oriented encounters with A committee of SS I lEUe. ..- ii&ullmtthP.SuptL Duncan
molesters. The book teaches the ministrators, ranchers, amfl rmttsd AaadbjyimmaMinghisrecom.:
names of body parts, and shows Librarian Dan Smth,detenu mad tlhe memht tmnaathes! dioet board."Ribs ,

children where they should not allow book was not harmful and.shouldttae rturimiitt (tn>> get material '\ L i rcli.
anyone to touch them. returned the wtImR be .. ";Z'= f'
to 'shelf. :Mrs.Sanfioxtl 9II ttipgtt: matter nuc! handtgflimaxttriipatamanaen !- & __
A parent, Janice (Mrs. Billy Joe) then appealed,isa iJIBI'BOII'IIDfI. anctm: a fao- .
Sanford, the mother of 10 children the schools decision liD (the wttwdl Iliad wants;.." butt the book does- Wilson's Florist Wins
from nine months to 18 years of age, board. Another tconrmtttne first filed a complaint about the book teachers at II mamaq, BOB* lads great literature. Bill Wilson Jr. receives the Bradford Improvement Commerce.
with the Southside Elementary ad- and the school board,cbajnnme inset '"thd1Ddbnllltbirdttll-'Soanytbmg lit Award for January from Susan Faulkner chairperson Interior Improvements made by Wilson Florist earned I
ministration. Mrs. Sanford said she and recommended (the toads( the itt we m.dIlIII Be?concerned:about:;."' et the Improvement Committee of the Chamber of the award Ms. Faulkner said.
became aware of the book when she rphrcna/ a5I lin""iifII"-" SJaIt.1D) nam9llidl.


I New Postmaster MOT Budde Chosen to Head Starke Post Office I


by Buster Balm Illi&lIl1'IUfitllpllV'tbllrcumelt ladder postmaster's position but the In- In 1986, the post office in Winston- tant with Piedmont Air Lines. She
BCT Staff Writer nmmotiaiB Supervisor cumbent didn't retire as quickly as Salem N.C. needed Budde's exper- hopes to transfer to Gainesville,with
Roy Budde 110,'Was.Cha enfbmnat affBIWi r3K.wHBr 'hK-wa .in charge expected, so Budde moved on. tise, and he was detailed to that her present employer.
large number Starke Postmaster ;position,wrtutrti fltentlnng,w.attil5oll earner! repor- Greensboro, N.C., where he workedas problems. trying to purchase a home here.
a became vacant upon:the awtrrement I1ng:tt lium.l1n Supt.. of Postal Operations for a
of former Postmaster W3T: BlaF- yean, prior to being appointed
dison. rang,audttfer became Route Insgllmoar ,.- Superintendent of the Westside Station When the top postal lob in Starke Overstreet Promoted...
and AdJ.uatDir. UD which be *in Greensboro.He became vacant he bid for the job Maurice B. Overstreet a native of
Budde transferred from 1Min! t n- grttonrt Ceti mutes and worked!! to> get was promoted to a staff position and was successful in being namedpostmaster. Bradford County and an 18 year

r Salem N.C.tothefitarkeqjnetoTtiiK; mall matt am time, especially tomuBmBBepnmle > in 1961. Manager of Deliveryand veteran with the local post office,
with 19 years of serv1De,11II ludmg1Jll ;,who want their mail Collections with 119 offices in Budde was born in Springfield, was promoted to postmaster and
years in supervisaryaJOBttnroB.antiiE; : CItB1&YIm tthP Northeastern N.C. reporting to him, 111., and graduated from Lanphier transferred to DeLeon Springs,Fla.,
years in staff level positions. including the city of Greensboro. High School in 1065. He received an in Volusia County near Deland.
associate of arts degree from Wit
On HB31. Burttft1 transferred: fromS1t. : Budde became a-postmaster for
Beginning 1 im 1B68 ats m oifcntt- tenRmacnFlabwtts the first time in tenberg College Springfield, Ohio in Overstreet started as a carrier in
1964, with the
I appointment 1967.In.
carrier in Carbondate. Ml. IButtde Wheyttmnt88uptt.ar@trtaLOpera.11nnes : to Yadkinville N.C. city the Starke post office as a carrier in
l transferred to St. 'etm'sfutcgii1lo" atmtttBir: name fair Asst.fftnBtnmttBB of some lO.OOO population. He 1969, and had moved up the career
in 1970 and continuedasaeltyoe- Budde Saidl. The pealdmnwawrbwammideratudy would hold that poe on about 2 1983, Budde married the former ladder to Supt. of Mails, prior to his
rier for 3 years,'unit I1 T.1. for the years. Lynn Poindexter, who is an accoun- recent promotion

I Brooker Council dues &30O to Athletic Association -from page u
Mild sam IK ntutgetedl foe "little three from the PTA, and three from quested by Marshal Raulerson, who
has made other
jmprovemonteinitihe llmqu m HUse: aouncili passed: membership at large.In apologized for not notifying the

facility.Stalnaker said thecounciltbullttthe Hj x1wkntmtamtuallawthegtoupto!! ; > other action the council: council prior to having the repairs
malts pnuddtasle.non ter'exceed$:100,. made, but defended the action by I- -I
conssession 'Stand. with tfih
Approved purchase of a new
antlttiaainincill would!pay thebillsvDtmimmm saying he feared the burned-out
understanding :that tthe !hall otlufa Weedeater. Stalnaker reported that alternator might damage the radio if .
would be self supporting with[profits O CirrnlU appointed: Doe Drawdy needs a new gas not repaired immediately.
from the sales 1WRoy snacks. -He said :the!town: t HunuaheE tto>> Boa AOonK amfl Mayor Wake eater," and requested approval to hall has been renovated, and the when mixing or whipping something
Budde utilities to the !tall ffBld. without ffiBmiitknn. wtta one alreadyttnoottats. purchase one, not to exceed $400 computer area remodeled to ac- In them place them on a wet
charge to the Athtetic.ftmnrurtiim .TUte mumeatiam Commit!: with accessories. comodate the needs of the newly ac- folded cloth.
New Starke Postmaster Pierce asked if there< kanythmgtnthe ttae IBS anmonseriJ afi!memnersv.wittettfange Okayed emergency repairs on quired equipment by contractor Joe
budget for

I :Pitcher Hal Wood Leads Tornadoes to Two Wins Team 7-4 on Season I

Behind the pitching of Hal Wood 10 ballgames:He'Ii ItchediwD.Dom-: : edc1 lietlllldyounglef! : Tins bottom of the 8th, plus some nifty scored on a Robert Starling RBI Billy Heavner l-Ior-3.
BHS baseballers edged 3-2.by plete. games and appeared im IS. Howls. Oawtl defiaiae will make: -relief pitching by Hal Wood, edged single. Starling moved to second on
Keystone High and bombed Eastside Wood's ERA is:143. LaME! o mn gg: pphimq.3imgkiia.! BHS 3-% by keystone High. in. a Hal Wood'd single and scored on a BHS 12 Eastside 4

High of Gainesville J.2..41n a 10-hit at- Sophomore Jetty Tun JLewm,CDZ.' ,IP ; .. .1 March 13pmet..,. fielder's choice by Tim Lewis Hal' Wood pitched a complete

tack in the past week. has been helping out with.souse goad .. '- BHS came on In the bottom of the game, allowed 7 hits and struck out
pitching in tough ituataOll&,ksgpmg a: -n Tim Lewis started pitched three fourth with Hal Wood who finished 4, as Bradford went 12-4 by Eastside
The two wins leave the BHS nine the games close.Lewis ibali mneIJD BUS IBS ttmne today (Thursday. innings for BHS and gave up two the game out, facing 17 batters High in Gainesville last Thursday
7-4 at the midway point of* 22-game and pitched well, -says(Coach:iSiropkms lIIJamtta ES)) ttn ting: ; a. tough: runs. The first KH run was scored by allowing only one hit, and strikingout ,night.March 12.Participating.
Tim Hardee who admitted
season. Coach Charlie Simpkins Inthe four games! l wffittuapitched ClaalDWlllir mgtbim a 7i p.1Dl.game; was on an 4.The.
says the Tornadoes are gearing up to only 9 of 2A nmslfaaveitonen Jfbr .anicalbaiJ.BBS again at error and scored on another Tornado in the 10-hit. Tornado
make a difference in the district this earned.He's allowed21 thits. .-iII' Hnnne agtanBtt:rOorttii! Manom.; Gauie* error when Aaron Stanley hit to 2-2 game went into extra innings attack were: Cordell Strong 1-1.
year. ERA is:50not: badforaitighsdhsdl Wzme: 7ppma.191mW shortstop Hal Wood. In the third inning Richie Barnes 2-4 with 2 RBI's,
pitcher SimpklnspointsflWt. Wiethwdk.!: JVrarcIt 25' BRS Hovsethan walked advanced to In the I top of the 8th Billy Heavener Robert Starling 2-3 with 3 RBI's, Hal
Senior catcher.mlieldtgMiirtfntldm- ages too CEameaville mir ai return second on a balk, and scored on a hit lead with a single, stole second base Wood 2-3 with an RBI. Sean Robinson -
BIIS Pitching... witn t SH& Game time 4 by Dwin Home. Lewis got out of the moved third fielder's
and.RobertBtat1mgJ&lH1lPti-;ptt- III1mt11qg ; to on a choice 1-2 with 2 RBI's, Billy Heavnerwas
with two and he
Senior hurler Hal Wood, leadingthe ching has appeared m A games! ,[pitched mt struck inning out the batter long for flys the third and scored the winning run on an 2.3 with an RBI.Tim Lewis also
area in wins and losses, is 6-1 12 imngs.:laced 57 iutttecs,amti Stout TTftu&Kfay.r Marchi 2ffv RBI single by Robert Starling. had an RBI.Cordell .
with one save. struck out:18. ate ffiagitts comes to Starke out. BHS got eight hits to KH's three. Strong scored three times,

.> Wood has pitched 44 innings faced The BHS players think tthey can Hare IIIbmJ JIIBID1'aU 7i grm Robert Starling was 3-for-4, with 2RBI' Richie Barnes twice, Robert Starl-
192 batters struck out 45, walked 22, win behind Wood, and din Coach BHS was down 2-0. .. Hal Wood l-for-3. Tim Lewis ing twice. Hal Wood once. Sean
allowed 28 hits 20 runs of which only Simpkins points 9 are earned runs and appeared in waiting! for the Tornadoes Ota gltey 1IldRonn< the Strong led with walk stole second. l-for-3, Randall Polk was l-for-3,and Billy Heavener twice.

I DDS Golfers Miss, Sf- A si ine bv One Stroke Tie Middleburg I
-- -- -- -- - -

Bradford High golfers one shot a 4U nut ins score oidriY tIIOIIII1 SlLA'qumtne ones;tn the Starke Mike Sexton hopes BHS can get Tuesday March 24, Clay High Next Thursday, March 26. BHS
stroke to St.Augustine lost Mid- after a bad day at.Keystone akJighlB C ihuaad wntng CCtlbJatt 3&J'IJ.JIL some revenge for the loss at Mid- comes to the Starke Golf and Coun- travels to Palatka for a 3:30: p.m. I

dleburg in a 3-way match in The at the KH :Golf and (Country (Club. ttattay(OTtuosriHW.afarchi 19)u Coach<<: dleburg.. try Club for a 3:30 p.m. match. match.JV .

Ravines at Middleburg. and beat Had Wood score (counted, 1 raiffi
Jeystone High handily on the KH would have won. 'Wood tfaad ai ttaati

Golf Club course in the past week. day Keystone in the Heights previous;:ins Hcove-wacmnt onatcfa' ait Tornadoes on Season after Two Wins I

in the top six lo qualify!him JIortthe
BHS now Is 411. The loss and tie Middleburg match. miie ffladfinri!HBgtt junior varsitytbIJIIlmmloPPlldnmrecord one run/Ron Zurfluh was 1-for-Sand''. .inree out ui me lop ol the eighth were: Jimmy Langley, Kelley Dyal,
were the first of the season for BHS. "- \ tn4i-X: : scored one run. Devin Jackson was scored the winning run. Jason Allen Wood, K. Blankenship W.
toy dy&BUnje PK- Songs' ;-1X: ucagtht t-for-4 and scored one run. Jimmy Johnson led off the top of the eighth Patrick and W. Gnann. .
Ravines Tn -Match... imnngsi rIIiJmta!';.Marcta*UB Long was l-for-3 and scored one run with a line drive single, advanced on Bo Hersey pitched four innings of
BUS 163. Keystone 286 CI Ettunannllte.raraawcaewnerr. Allen Wood was l-for-l and scoredone I 'Allen Wood's hit and scored on hitless ball for BHS.Jimmy Langleyand

BHS lost one stroke to BHS beat Keystone: :golfers 33 ;EETSaturday', run. Daryl Gnann was l-for-2 Kelley Dyal's third straight hit of the dKelley Dyal came on to assure
St.Augustine and by tied Middleburg in strokes last::1'hundly.1W1udI112. XDantt mi,ftnr tite Bwrtlt wim at the and scored one run. and Lance Wiggins night. the win.

--. was l-for-l and scored one run.
March 16 at
a tri-match Monday BUS 12 Newberry 7 Upcoming:..

The Ravines in Middleburg BHS shot team scmeul'3c11S, IIRlJ ssi-r.JL.Tengw13; ; : ,. Jason Johnson started and pitched A 14-hit attack pushed the Brad- The young Tornadoes have a

St.Augustine shot 174. BHS and shot 186.David. Jhamo Jbtinson:led)the?young::Tar- four innings for BHS. Kelley Dyal ford JV nine 12-7 by Newberry last doubleheader with Interlachen this

Middleburg shot 175. It is the first matte att&dk ny gong*fbr*aC the relieved in the fifth and Bo Hersey. In Saturday afternoon on the BHS dia- Saturday March 21, the first game

loss and tie for BHS, now 411. Elder- hot3BMaiMmirByshot ; gilatte amd sraminar:ftmur runs*.Kelley theheTcraadoes mond.Leading'. starting at 11 a.m.
David Elder led BIIS with a 40, the 40. Ed Douglas. and mill luladbl0theattmdk going 3 fom6 led throughout the hitters were Jason Next Friday, March 27, BHS plays
only BHS golfer to have a real good Hamilton 43.Upcoming. tUannnneoBiKnim-Domne Francs game until the bottom of the seventh Johnson, 2-for-4; Devin Jackson.Jfor2 the Union High Junior varsity at
day. Todd Gillenwaters shot 44,Link was:z Bishop 45, Ed Douglas 46. Hal Wood ... 'my limllfkwwwtas frfinr4i and!soared! .tie the game. Zurfluh 2-for-3. Getting one hit each

I Lady Tornado tracks rs Turn in Excellent ]Performance in Two Meets I

Ona Mlla Bam II Chrtrtta.......,L B,It.st....
9N.Yme -.1- 11 M.35MJw.w1.UW.i wa.SmTSdNrV point out M 11 scnuout balunuty.
.Jenkins also a wmnnr -
Coach George Loper is pleased rink I1N5.r..aLa.wwkJrJM.s.a.4151.L.5 ..Ke.w I1a51 41S.. c.-. March 14. in the Palatka III ita- 7) Hamami T_.'. B.dU.44. ......
.... .
with firsts m the ihigh junm. Hone ___ ,_ 441 ?| arailwa.5.11KIM -
with the of his run- If
progress young triple jump,amd WOIBSV- 1 nE.. 5Nwa5 _.....!210 en.1.w.. .111s. 11 Mom* ...._ s. ari; tional. ...la Canan. Tarrl .1_ THIa BuMI.aatOMHi .
their .... .
far calling perfor- .
ners so coin 11 Kim Adam 5
: The boys 8th out of 11 with 14
the shot put'Cam' JWard/ nm 57wYNa.wwkiN.w,4mm I T1w._i''r*. were
in the two track meets M* yarn Bam ?l CkrtMta Harrall, ..44.41...
mances past .
.NN.ra INy6 lse:en .
N'U. Trttj mri II MtotocM JMWM jrtvfttry" points. Palatka won the boys meet .
excellent for the time of the season. the two mile run 1Rn.immn :a.-.wts.u1.5a..55 .. fan OUKCIII .. iwaa Jaakwt 3,23.4I.
3) C15w1. a. 4/
with ..... ..
90V4 points.GalnesvWe CakamMtt.
The Bradford girls scored 73 The girls were:fifth and:ttf&oym: __.la.51n_ IrevJw .. wlwn.ya'4. na-YM* KMnaa B. >
8th 11 school particjpHtmg -,- _awWW n__S.M.MI 41 High won the girl'smeet .
points to take first place in a three- among Palatka Invitational inoanlfer. n---. K41N.r.Iwm.m _T1Nan a. w.wl arls.Jma 33.41.INM.o with 90 points. Twa MMa. .,'4jaai II. Bamaaa Thins ..
way meet on the Bradford oval Monday 1C3 C_ a.',&", Unissa the, discus and ,iiin.4i.
below.Upcoming King won BraaWrd 4H4.J1 (Kim Hamfaa. *-
results Balayi
See .
.mtn11 a.OI 5.541 .
The P.K. "' 15-NI. u c Nma-5m 10.5E
March 16. Younge __ .. M1s311_ COSw.w I3K was third in the shot. Freshman ....... Cimm.Tarrl KHtMa. Kim*4awa).
girls were second with 44 points.The ... Iw1w.4.r.dww.Naw.Nilslur MIN Cost n TalktoA MCy fi4i 41 Cam Ramona Tennant won the two mile Results.
Suwannee girls were third with 36 ..,..... Boys ..
: n1 CNaaa a..w4 a.aw4 211 wwa a. run and was 7th in the mile run. Kim
points. This Saturday MarchZLtthe3HHB --.-'Mlwn _Y.N N4-y. II ill in. ......1) Bra* Adams was second in the 440 dash ..... putt MalacM 4ankmf trrv Claraacawnuaim
the boys girls go to the Barnes ImittlaHalljnackflonvUle afM1.wN W.It:' l.aa.wwL 35 a.w1.awnRSW 5e4ac ..N..s -C5r1.0151-s irtoomi -.
Suwannee High won
mile .
and anchored the 5th
The :BHS itmgni wall .----- Naw.Nw N.n 3.-ww5. place Claraaca unMama*r* .
3-way meet with 83 points. BHS was a1MMS.11aaWl.w..m.w 4*.v_ Oman n COTV .i irn. a. UMim. relay and was 7th in the shot putChristie Mia J mai f I MalacM JaakMia. fir.
second with 62 points. FKY was compete in the Knights nltCuuimtauB! .. .lual..i a 4RN.31Ny.w.Y.waM.NN NI.r Ise.-1. ..." TraM BUT war. Harrell was 8th in the mile Lawj J". m 111 t) MalacM JaMM irr. Cary'Vrtia
Invitational at Lake Weir. ... ..".
=155 aa)11R- walla.-r al.w.Tn
third with 36 points. Next Wednesday.March 23, EHB -,.,-_-mm.rw..aLa Nw'tlwl' It So .._..... 8. 41.01 and 7th b the 880 yard run. Jamat II MalacM Yamuna B. arr'licalt
..... Senior Corey Roberts won the 220 -.
:illo.I..wa..ala..aa1 as 15..r Twaw 5,13 Jww 51.44.M.W.15w p acaa 1V4liava.
Christie Harrell won the half mile goes to Santa Fe. --..Row NwrJwww.Rew ,1)5-355.35.4I'W 3)R.SMT5on 'yard dash In nItS and was second In Hit* Monarch mamni Tartar M.4,
the mile, and the two mile, and was Friday. Manh.tsm: ;$sastirttB: ww.1l.ao.m.t NNuto 0T-NNia S 510.J/15ara M-.MN 430.11,3230Own. the 440 dash in 49.84 BHS .rla Jaaaa 31.43.le.2w .
yard a new
second in the high Jump. Unissa Florida Relays. _, .._.....J ...__ .aims). filth"in Oarti CkrM OMklaa ll..t.Oaa .
Malachi Jenkins
tthe 15..aNNnLCmm.-M..s ...NA.NmT571I4aw _y_0551 II C-M.Mwn, a.33.415 4)Ton. got a MMa awl Cam War .tk4.r0.41.T5a
King won the shot and discus. Kim The meet results aft -....-. ..I1.5.3U1. triple jump 8th in the long Jump ....... BrMHar ...., lark Jamn.Tram .
Adams won the 440 yd. dash an- first place winners oQgardleaB fill M15w31N./Nm.w.K/I1.1m Names .... MM* OMT (I CM wer.L $. 31155.4U and 7tn in the high Jump. ._Bala Mam.U".CkrH DmkMal.4a .
chored the winning mile relay and team affiliation, pun ithe rpnSormances N.,1.w.N..ww10.11-w55a NJNSw.II wo1._m11...' BHS pefonnances follow: -varal Oaam II cary Baa r i.BHa.....,a.
loo-meterdaahand of all other BratfiiBdanom-: _.4123w.)_...,...1)tradNHIT. .aw BH'racara Baaaar PaaoMt. *...
was fourth in the w11ri1.Nw fh&: *KMCN...Nww-1w1.Vain m.lr _Y_ ...., II Baaart.-- B ttlL4lIcalt >
shot put. Freshman petitors. Girl's Results... .
fourth in the 555 .1w Ia/.a1 R.aa. 355,23) .I"- 0355..3,33.55.n.
Tennant was second places IR_._a.4N..35 M.N.Y /a.1 .T..m. etma4 IMMa M.r.asN Jain .-y-a Baaki II Caray Baaartt, a. n...
Ramona Results- Jwm1.l5's awNNaN1..1e5. UajtaM Km.wal ttart MSs.aa 51n a.MJ". .....
Girl's 5.- Sons 05.1x.Nall M.IIII.Palatka fiw.Ira
in all three distance runs. Jra W.r1sa".rLw----fw. Kim Aaama was IW a(14-1". .. Twa MIN..., Cam wart MtiL
Senior Corey Roberts was a triple M.1151, 1) a..4Iwa3I :AK.wawaJ.51N _11aam ins.Iosu aNTW 2flw.wmw. .. IDvltaUonal._ OMCOTI II UKtwa Kma, B. !44-4 MIN Balavi Braatart .._ icurta OtoM4.wayaa .
winner In the 100 meters, and the 220 w.....". 'D.WI arir:. JMaa draw ...,mlwi.lwalr.wV --.. ..- fifth with 27 Laaf lamps Kim Aaama ir4", Iiril" ...5-.los llaary, MM>".*.la%.Baaart Tkaraah
The BHS girls were
dashes. Malachi 21'....". a..N c.oa ar'ri JL.II +sal': .
and 440 yard



rag,t% TELEGRAPH March 1',1987If

H The Fictitious River That Never Was T > --1' i ? L'a I

Look an any map of Florida and you'll legislative committee was appointed in On the plat they were using they had t

probably see a wavy line showing a Tallahassee to set the boundary lines of seen a fine line drawn in a northwesterly a tllxasro3csAIILi

*'iim" coining out of the north end of Bradford county which had just been direction from Little Lake Santa Fe.which c3' ...
they thought must designate a river running r.r
Little Lake Santa Fe.
created by a legislative act from the from the lake. In reality,however,this

Look again to be sure it's there (on eastern portion of Columbia County. line was intended by an early surveyor to
paper}, but the fact is it isn't there on After the committee had traced out mark the western limits of the big Santa .
Fe Thus, by law, a river was
the ground.is a myth promulgated byearly the north and east boundaries of the new decreed Swamp.where none existed.

surveyors and mapmakers ac- county on the government township
Santa Fe Lake has no defined outlet 'V
o .:nng to an article by surveyor- plats they came to the south end of Santa When the water rises high enough it spills FE' SWAMP/* i. I
reporter H.E.Lagergren appearing in a Fe Lake and continued: "Thence nor over Into the swamp and moves toward the SANTA -

IflM issue of The Telegr !'h. thwesterly through the center of said river in a sheet flow.

to Lagergren. in 1861 a lake to Santa Fe River. "Taking the Orange Heights road from t'1.--.L-i ,y
Hampton,; Mr. Lagergren wrote -
soon crosses the Santa Fe River, with THE Hive* fcZTT.. y r
Bradford County on both sides of it. And, THAT U NOT THEKK- -.- -- r. .- -- 'y r
EDITORIAL moreover, instead of flowing in a.nor- .r ....
thwesterly direction, the water flows -
i southwesterly. This anomally Is explainedby 3 _
the fact the stream does not come from
Proper Zoning Becomes the lake on the south, but is really Boat- _; -
drain Creek magnified by the absorption of _
streams which form a swamp slough
More Than Ever westward. The
Important toward Theressa running i i
boundary between Alachua and Bradford ---
counties far the portion of
so as imaginary
buildings and parking facilities; how Santa Fe River concerns was fixed by the --
the rapid growth now being ex- far buildings must be set back from property tax assessors of the respective counties r .I
fordWith ced in Starke and most of Brad- lines; the number of dwelling years ago.The boundary is now a series of a ? .

t nty. planning and zoning are units that can be placed on an acre of steps formed by straight lines running W. yr ia6

two of the most important as well as the ground; and the proper placement of north-south and east-west in a geomerical i
pattern, and not meandering aimlessly as "
roost troublesome factors in local septic tanks and drain fields. a river would naturally do.? u1'ru ta.aCNM.
and management.Boiled is
Zoning also sets general regulationsthat The Lagergren article said that government o AIDO L.Iq ti ? ?
down to basics the biggest problem cover the amount of parking each field notes and maps make no mention

in zoning is that it so often resultsin must provide; controls road access; the of any river running out of Santa Fe

a dash between the best interests of protection of critical open space, suchas Lake, although the mysterious line extending y
the community and the freedom of the flood plains and wetlands; the size northwesterly out of Little Santa Fe a +..

individual to do what be wants to do and location of signs; and the use of dated still appears 1982. The on"river"the latest also county appears maps on O rr

with his own land. Sometimes this landscaping and tree protection. some large scale state maps. But the real =
results in conflict and difference of opinion headwaters of the Santa Fe River are in ..ru. i r
that are bard to reconcile although There is a valid purpose for these the Double Run Creek and Barrow Bay

courts have ruled that community regulations, although they may seem area several miles north of Little Santa Fe -__... -_ ___ ,
bothersome at the time. All regulations in the Theressa-Hampton area, accordingto
rights come before individual rights.In and his grandson, surveyor
are aimed at ensuring that the planned .11.,- sacra M
the early years of settlement of our development doesn't cause trouble for Merrill McMillan.Charles 7 7 pp

country strict zoning regulations were the local community and its property Darby and L.M. Gaines who,

not needed.with miles of space between owners after the developer has finished during fishing and their hunting lifetime in,and spent around many Santa hours Fe i

each property owner and his nearest his work and gone. Lake, vouched for the fact that there is no .

neighbor. But as the population grew fact is that zoning disputes are defined river or canal flowing from the little *,
The and Leases Morel the Bake a tones eflevel.
Harold Hill a long-time resident fIl Sanla -
and the wide open spaces continued to lake into Santa Fe River. There is,
often controversial and sometimes Fe Lake also confirm that there is law wvatIr
shrink: problems multiplied when people however, a short slip on the north shore a0
firing closer together and result in misunderstanding and hard that looks as if it might have been excavated river lbwthrough the swamp.He say Ban.the""UIeI5aI aea"tike fiiftiCi I F
began feelings between those with different for some purpose years ago, but the sheet the swamp is ritterCbNICIIs.tahs.qp'l&t1apl5I'IiDi1I" :
discovered that their neighbor's actions objectives. This tends to make it dif later abandoned. toward the river in times of lake overflow.o mtmf .......tlUta.
could hare detrimental effect their
a on
ficult to find capable people to fill the
own private piupeity. For instance if
and< zoning boards,
places on planning
fare in residentialarea
you a single family well boards of adjustments. This Volunteer Ffrvsaes
and your next door neighbor as as in Letters t the Editorhas
feeling is understandable, for service ( :
decides be wants to change the use of I App
this capacity often seems a thankless J' And
his property to operate an auto junkyard
: job and one likely to involve some unpopular
or some other objectionable use,
decisions. But it 'is a
you have a right to object to such use if must be done,and done without job'fear or Dear Editor: been that way since before his department an arat5efraeedFilaidlaMtmrs6s+rsa,

the area is properly zoned: against it is to be got it as a hand-me-down.They have eretr 6e5eaaUyadsddy.We
favor" if the community protested As a member of a volunteer fire department :ffIns
This example illustrates the basic from abuses. in Bradford County, I have been to use this equipment because his department :r:: fines and spend
ridiculed and laughed at by the people of does not have the funds to go out and aarltdeaemef. twpJMrgaaandintura.ae
of is to balance
purpose ofpropertwhich: The importance and need for good the community. After talking with other as oar aaw pwaae..Mdks aswetsa
the rights and thecommunity zoning was never more important than members of my department and membersof getM and"waaaBre-IKedbXaJl

because the local government nowin this time of rapid developmentof other volunteer fire departments of SUPPORT OUR wr.i1iad ngptd farpsd_y wtiitb
should protect the long-term interests and its four Bradford County I have discovered that all cUd tact the. *bJBBifial senrCrafiglbtenateifce
our county of them are laughed at and made the butt and lrs d peasanal treat tie tie ferriselediagd
of the community and.those,of .
; ,' -municipalities*Plans for a comprehensive of jokes. ..,.- .. ...... tt.ttwedot
its citizens who have already invested planning and zoning course, under ... a 1nu6f&.
their money in a particular piece of pro- sponsorship of Santa Fe Community The people of Bradford County need to WE DO iT1t: ttEtn.
stop and think about who is going to cometo -
perty. College, is shaping up for this spring. It their home in the middle of the night to purchase the new and very expmaivet TIle mart Gse y. .e a satknme a

The most basic thing that zoning accomplishes is hoped that all of our planning and zoning rescue family members and fight a fire items are required to fight fires. ADthe te r her load&lltletl
is to divide the land area of board members, as well as that started while everyone was asleep. equipment is maintained as best as CbBEB ,...-Mrhes. .mae'"iCatsyeav
count it would not be Superman, it IDeal firentati a.nell ew1 gt d17. -
a community into different usesresidential and city officials who must would Obviously be a volunteer firefighter who has to donate possible by a few of the members wte .....,.... -.r.........,Gd..aa.t
a lot of time each week and usually
,commercial industrial,and them will take advantage of this opportunity .auMMt Fee IIftauHo
work hard all day and probably will just for the repairs and out of their rent Degartnenai
irrgjifritiorcil Zoning ordinances also set to gain a better understanding of get home in time to take a shower and eat own pay pockets. without yut. Gat**wean be.....And byan

up standards of density for each the concepts of zoning, and the rules and some dinner and start to relax when the means be fvnol of ttte mu vtovvlaadecr
alarm sounds. Numerous members of the Volunteer Kbear free Jam.* la YOU.
These rules include the makeit
of that to
category use. are
regulations necessary Fire in Bradford
Departments County Remee.brt fbey ore Oacre s.acne andbateaayw
amount of land that can be covered with work. While at the fire he has to work with -
equipment that is old and worn out, and have given time to gotodaiiea ariaAtlYaPbn64it5er

Even Barbara Walters! IIa.MyT.allJr

I County Agent's NotebookSeeds _...
-* ......
Gets into the Act

or transplants? Which to use is a Gardening Transplants a starlet tiertBtaer...a-- Tr tor.helbetertady.aae4

Another bizarre spinoff from the Iran- funds which may have totaled as muchas very important decision for those planningto .caryontssnmireyarawn. .
Contra affair came to light Monday $87 million to their grow a spring vegetable garden. You afternoon. Handle the plants ge,fly. **** Far leaf LesrOtr. nwa tee or awe
can successfully produce vegetables with don't press the soil too tightly :around. the tabierpema d a Lasis pLa.MOe farea. ""ersamedsag '
when the Wall Street Journal revealed reports. The Tower Commission either. But, seeds and transplants both roots. After setting each plant, carefully tae a --- L. a pm. ..
that billionaire arms merchant disclosed that Ghorbanifar himself, have their advantages and disadvantages.And pour a little water into the hole to settle the .... Or. ya. eM we as tte.wy. auV
MannchfT Ghorbanifar used television received an additional $40 million in the you should consider all of these soil. Then cover the wet area with dry Boil purpte 1rrtiiIIIIf.r.lire a X-a ar.m.MLa

Journalist-personality Barbara Waltersas transaction, but was unable to deter before you make up your mind about to reduce evaporation.To -......... pat of She......in0a
a conduit to secretly transmitmessages mine who the which will be best for you. give transplants a quick start,apply -* --.....
got money or how it was This week I'll discuss the pros and cons
to President Reagan concerning used of starting vegetables with transplants.

alleged. kick-back payments to Iranian According to a draft report preparedfor And, I'll offer some tips to help you get in Bradford
off In Forestry County
to start
officials. the Senate Intelligence Committeelast garden.transplants a good your

According to the Journal report year, investigators suspected that One advantage transplants offer is an

weHknown television personality, aftethe Ghorbanifar may have received a early start.Transplants are grown in protected Prescribed Burning Certtfceotinn
interviewing Ghorbanifar last million dollars or more for "overhead" seed flats or seedbeds.These allow
related to two seeds to germinate under the best possible Offered by Division of
internal charges
December prepared an memo weapons conditions. Also, seeds in flats can be Forestry
which she sent to the White House at deliveries in February 1986. Special in-; started before the weather is really

Ghorbamfar's Walsh is also investigating: suitable for planting directly in the
request.So whet By Urn HUM S) III ,..__ .. fIIacr
far it hasn't been revealed whoreceived'the payments were made to the garden. So, whether you grow your own Fureit Area Supervisor : ...... ......atrreA..
transplants, or buy them at a garden
of Iran's parliament and other'high .., I.4) I.-
memo at the White Houseor Speaker: center, you'll be several weeks ahead of a "
what officials. who start with seeds. prescribed burning course is being offered Provide nd4intil eessiitrrana. Meazisee
disposition was made of it gardeners by the Division of Forestry.The abjective
there. Lawrence Walsh, the indepen- Such payments, if proved, would be Using transplants allows you to choose of this course is not to teach basic peaatbd bases wtJaa paD-
dent counsel serving as special investigator embarrassing to the Reagan administration only the best plants. If you're raising prescribed burning 'but to certify that tang stlloriamia.Mbe.Aplmti ..<.

in the IraivContra matter and could be in violation of transplants in more your plants own than seedbed really you'Dhave skilled individuate can demonstrate this Sr IIiia __....- will lie

has asked the White House for access tomemos federal conspiracy and fraud laws if, need.many So, you may select the you healthiest knowledge procedures.and have pledged This court: to use is recommended aimed araultAe Cbes ru..eaar..sa.hra4b yerr taatty feeder 6etwews

letters and other communica- among other things, proceeds from the specimens. If you're buying transplants at toward forest range, or ecological Starke ft lake B In'inra.6IbIid
tions from the middlemen and other arms sales were proved to belong to the garden center you can pick the beat fromwhat's management purposes and is not desijpaecl headquarters a* MW lIE :ZM Am,
Govemm available. In either case, be sure for land clearing or development purposes. Gak riOS,FL s caS beat ftetafta
participants in the arms sale' but no U.S.. nr.r ... ymsr
mention of the Walters you choose only the strongest plants. for Those individuals who indicate tbatOle Thviaiaen of Fcrectry ........ u...
memo was con- it was reported Wednesday by the your garden. y have experienced a minimum of one .._tw.
tained in the recent report of the Tower New York Times News Service that It's easier to start from transplants season in actually conducting at participating -._
especially if only need a few. For a Beaare d ; & adr. so-----5
Ownnric.cion. you in burning for vieuUural
millions of dollars in profits from Iran
window-box, or container garden, or a etc. will bt accepted as applicants. nc .
; :.ie
GborUuolar is said to have been toe arms sales were paid to an Iranian very small garden patch, using ;.
group that financed the kidnappers of is much more practical than The goal of this program is to achieve: a ... III......
principal Iranian middleman in the starting from seeds. And Better, &Ire .....
Americans in Lebanon. The paymentswere by using 1) quality prescribed burning lhihyherar ac2PIIII, and
handling of U.S.arms sales to that coup minimize .ca-.d ..
transplants, you can seeding throughout the state. : by-e .
try. Ms. Walters acknowledged that reportedly made by Ghorbanifarand decay problems. Diseases are easier to GIferiaC.: ... ,_L_ -_;, ......I\ Lasdewnas
some of the information contained inher meant in effect, that payments control in a seed flat than in the garden. r) Reduce the likelihood of highway accidents stet la a Swtsty pepesn

dealt with kick-back might have made their way to the kid The main disadvantage in using related smoke from prescribed: are.rSad M basalt.- iwe5etd r ds...
memos alleged, nappers holding- and in some cases transplants Is that the cost wOuld mount up burning. era-and.......L -:r.1IiaanI a
\ payments to Iranian offxaals.It citizens. quickly Ui you some seedlings for a large ,... 3-
i bas long: been traditional in Iran for of Ghorbanifar's garden.transplant Also successfully., crops. For are example hard to TIle bat oa.ra> is to be A..4 ....

the purchaser to pocket a commission: of The content beans corn; cucumbers and turnips do Active Seniors... __ W'-..._ -4.c.n-
about five percent on arms sales and message to President Reagan has not better if th ey're started from seeds .... a-. _.. lie......_.
been made .
other transactions, but apparently the public. planted In the garden. .The Senior Center offers various

alleged Trie*harts", if paid were far Although Walters, may come under If you're raising your own transplants activities for senior citicens including ..

in excess of Ibis anwrimf. criticism for sending her memo on to they should four be to ready six weeks for the old.garden Those whenthey're you needlework, macrame.exercises War Research
WIll Be T.pk&
This rrw mention of payments tn Iranian the White House before clearing with buy usually are ready to set out m- bingo etc. HictorieaJ
her ABC news heads, she may have actually mediately. If the seedlings are Individual Meeting
officials from the arms sales opens fitted together another piece of a containers, moisten the soil before removIng The Center is open Monday .
up a new can of worms in the slowly but that still has missing them.If the transplants are growing in through Friday from 8:30 a jn.to 4 -.few M wane ,."' Reso tiwary and
Jig puzzle
steadily unfolding sandal Both the saw many peat pellets, insert them directly into the p.m. and is located behind the new Ord Wort aataatY'-=:e pr. r.n
parts. soil. Don't try to remove the plants from courthouse on the corner of Grand topic a rte lr so DetowaiM
Tower Commission the Senate Intelligence The the pieces all come the pellets. and Georgia Streets. 2SGdet7........7IIJlIL:: .
Commission say they were sooner the better it will be for The best times to transplant are right :: 35 .,......._. .... eyetweetiegdakd npAw
unable account t for the arms payment together, after a rain when it's cloudy,or In the late! m.
America --

1 I

March d.dsTELBRRAPH Page S.'*.
I I. I .. \I Iff "
II t; L -

1 l .... .

y xiMfr4k ocicd lide

L- _o of the news ;; -YO; ',

1s Wedding Club New Social Event' -..

Reception Church Ties< Birth t 't
: y

e '

4. Connie Andrews Kevin Russell Exchange Vows I

Connie Marie Andrews of feta bow. at the waist. A pearl A reception was held foUowmx the Greeting guests at the door and
Theressa and Kevin Bradford necklace,a gift from the bride complimented eemnoy at Hope Baptost Educatonal overseeing the bnde's book was Sandy -
Russell, also of Theressa were mar the outfit. She carried an BuuVfuic with greenery placed Andrews with Karen Packham &
ried in Hope Baptist Church in arm bouquet of pink carnations, at points of interest Sarah Jones cutting and serving the
Theressa Saturday, Jan. 31. with white pom poms accented baby's The bnde's table was centered bride's cake. Ellen Stanley served
Lonnie Broome conducting the ser breath and a spring of rye with nb- with a IIIne-t wwfcfin* cake the groom's cake. Cindy Strickland
vices. bons in the bnde's chosen colon of decorated with rose colored roses Lisa Lawson, Donna Stone, Carlie
rose & white. and flanked by two ny.talr.a..n.irI
The bride Tries It Teresa Bailey served punch
the of
daughter : ftY carnation and coffee and assisted in
William & Charlotte Andrews of Bridal attendants were Marcie decorated the -.-pink every
Lake Butler. The groom is the son of Clyatt Dora Broome and Barbara tablecloth along with a garland of
Following a wedding to
Jean Russell of Theressa. Howard. Their dresses and flowers asparagus fern and baby's" breath. Georgia the couple made their home
Nuptial music was provided by were similar in style to that of the Coatftfjag the laMe decoration in Theressa.
Marcia Lee, organist, and Jennie maid of honor.
Strickland were bows at the comer The bride is employed by Clay
Howard, Marcie, pianist. Barbara The punch table,. centered with alaeeoverpink Electric Cooperative in Keystone
Clyatt &
Carolyn The flower tabtedotb fceM a .
girls were Stacey Andrews Heights.The
Morgan were soloists.An
and Amber Broome. Their crystal punch bowl on one end with a groom is in the Army National
arrangement of candy striped rose taffeta gowns also had bows at Over coffee service on the other Go.....*-*ramp Blanding

fL carnations, white pom poms and a the waist. Mathew Andrews served tnd- ...
as ring bearer.
tree fern decorated the vestibule .
table. The bride's book was Directing the wedding were r
displayed on a lace covered table Roberta Dodd and Mary Redding.The .
Centering the altar was a large bride, given in marriage by
candelabra flanked by two 9-branch her father, wore a white taffeta
candle trees with arrangements of gown with a white chtfiUi flowered RON r
lace overlay.Highlighted with a lace
carnations, porn poms, babies I
breath and asparagus ferns in the covered, lace ruffled Victorian DENMARK
bride's chosen colors rounding out neckline the gown also featured '
the altar decorations. Assorted lace long sleeves and a cathedral ',.
greenery highlighted the choir loft train.She earned a cascade of dusty INSURANCEF
and the front of the church rose silk roses accented with .
stephenotis.She ,
chose as her headpiece a halo Y x
Alma Packham served as maid of of silk flowers in her wedding colon I w
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin RussellEngagements honor. She wore a gown of rose taffeta with a chapel length veil featuring 964-7071
. with a lace skirt overlay and taf- white lull.Margaret.

2117 N.Temple-Starke

| Celebrating Our 4th AnniversaryCALL

Gloria Hazel Roberts Tetstone,

Carrie SellersAnnounces Announces EngagementTo Joel Ellington II fOR QUOTES I

EngagementTo Ralph Bryan, Jr. Announce Engagement

Edward Dale Crews Mr. Porter Tate Roberts of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone of Auto
Iq. announces the engagement of his Brooker announce the engagementof Life Homeowners
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie L. Sellers of daughter, Gloria Hazel Roberts, to their daughter. Margaret Dianne Mobile Homes
Lawtey announce the engagement of Ralph "Perry" Bryan, Jr., son of Tetstone, to Joel Travis Ellington *
their daughter,Carrie Sellers,to Ed- Ralph Bryan, Sr. & Imogene Lockeof son of Mrs. Selma Ellington I&: the
ward Dale Crews, son of Edward D. r .r Starke. late Leon Arch Ellington of Graham I I
Drews of Lawtey. ., The bride-elect is a graduate of
The bride-elect is a graduate of 1 Bradford High School and is FL.The wedding is planned for April 4. Call Ron for Information on Mini Warehouse Rental
Bradford High and is employed by employed by Eckerd Drugs of 1987 at 7:00 p.m.. at the Church of for just completed units.
"< Starke. God of in Brooker.
\ Prophecy .
Western Steer. n .. ) The groom-elect is a graduate of All friends and relatives are invited J
.. Bradford High School and is to pHs nd.
Is still
The groom-elect attendingthe v ..
University of Florida and is J" .k. employed at DuPont, Inc. &._ -
employed at Strickland's One Stop. .... ....... The wedding is planned for March -- -
a. I 7Julu .i.j.i MI 10 t,:t.i .:oni .;) f":: 34 28, 1987 at Life& Praise Ministries.
h1A, .Y'yftle"weddmg9sQiaattad ... '21:1987 at't oap.m.ntiife&..p..en .J I I"''.. ..I7by..4M II ...,",k,. All friends and relatives are Invited -
Ministries.All Y. 1J to attend this joyous occasion. -W A.NTED

friends and relatives are In- Carrie Sellers Margaret Smith,

vited to attend.Stephanie. Edward and Dale Crew Brian K. JohnsAnnounce


Redding, and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of

Reggy Brown Plan Lawtey their daughter announce, Margaret the engagement N. Smith of, New Broiler HousesCargillParamount

To Wed April 3 to Brian K. Johns,son of Mr. &Mrs.
Charles E. Johns of Starke.
Lonnie and Alethia Redding, Jr., The bride-elect is still attending
of Theressa announce the engage Santa Fe Community College and is
ment and approaching marriage of South
employed by Wen Corporation.
their daughter, Stephanie Redding, .
to Reggy Mathew Brown, also of The groom-elect is a graduate of CAstu Poultry
Bradford High School and is
Reggy is the son of Emory and employed by the Gainesville Fire
Van Brown. Dept.
The wedding is planned for May
Stephanie is a graduate of Brad- 16, 1987 at the Church of Jesus Christof
ford High School and is employed by j tier-Day Saints.Freeze .
Santa Fe Community College.
Reggy is also a graduate of Bradford .

McArthur High School Inc.and is employed by Paul : IJlf. I (.\ .'.. s Th Due to the increas-

The wedding is planned for Fri- F : .. '1 ,. l. r.. ::;;,..-' of
day, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hope --' ing consumption
Baptist Church in Theressa. All Stephanie Reddingand i
from canned fruit to
friends and relatives are invited to syrup
Reggy Brown make a sauce for gingerbread coffee -
attend. .v cak. or nut bread. -- poultry and with the


Snecial Arrivals COBHTV 1I1.IUfDRi'THI0MH rapid population growthin

-- ---- --- ,_ "
Published Thursdayat
Mrs. Johnbaba Rezaei of Shiraz, every
James Wade
Iran.Paternal great-grandmother is 135 VV. Call Street
Jim & Mary Moss of Starke happily Mrs. Chorshid Neromand of Shiraz, Starke, Florida 32091 Florida the Jacksonville
announce the birth of their son, ,
James Wade, born March 12, 1987 in Iran. Second Class postage paid at
Shands Hospital in Gainesville, FL. Starke, FloridaSubscription
Maternal grandparents. are James Amber Nicole Clark Rates: broiler operation is
of Starke.
& Faye Baker Greg and Michelle Clark of Starke
Paternalnandparents are James in-trade area: $12.00 per year
aut A Ii.... M_. of Yreka, CA. proudly announce the birth of their 7.00 six months
daughter, Amber Nicole, born
Rose Mary Rezaei March 7, 1987 in, Orange Park Outside area: $13 per year currently conducting a
Humana Hospital She weighed 7 $7.50 six month?
Hassan and Mary Rezaei of Stark Ibs..7 ozs., and measured 20V4 in-

happily daughter announce Rose Mary the, born birth March of their 5, ches Maternal long grandparents_ are Dennis ........................ search for new housesfor

1997 in Gainesville. '& Regina Burkhalter of Starke. CRABTREE "
Rose Mary weighed 7 IDS..7 ozs., Maternal great-grandparents are
at birth and joins a brother, Alan George &: Kathleen Burkhalter of BUILDERSYou contract
William 4 years old. Claxton, GA.Paternal ; growers.For .
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & grandparents are Ted & CAN afford a custom ;
Mrs. William Oliver Anderson II of Judy Clark of Starke. Paternal built home or room addition. ;
Hawthorn? great-grandmother is Myrtle Rolls
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & of Starke. Price from,'

'10 foot Further
. . ......... .... .... .i.f. .1 .. ,. ... "
If at first you don't succeed. you'll get, a lot of advice. For Free Estimates Information '

. . ... .. .. . . . . . . ',! . CALL .
964.4619 's Please Call z.._,_

Thank You .......................... 284-4001 -
My family and I wish to expressour -11 t
heartfelt thanks for the courtesy
shown to us. A special thanks to or
Dolph Reddish and the Sheriff's Custom Home Builders
Dept., Mr. Thomas Elwell and 1-800-523-6022
Judge Oscee Fagan.
Jackie Martin and Family Building Remodeling to have a .

Eastern Star Supper Baths Kitchens Add-ft-Room Cargill representative work with you on getting

Starke Chapter 224, Order of the or Come See Our New'Log-Sided Home into the chicken business.r .

Eastern Star, will have a Family
Night Supper Saturday March 21,at
7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Call 964-7230 '
All Masons and their families are
invited to attend.


J / \

Page 6.TELEGRAPII March It, 1987

Jr. Women-AwardsCeremony, --... : Held .Mar. 12 I

I will be her featured talent at the rounded by three giant pineapples.
Miss Florida Pageant in June. Following the break an "Old
\ by Evelyn Chastain Starke Juniors were recognized Fashioned Bathing Suit Pageant"was
Special to The TelegraphThe for their participation in the"Send a presented. Joan Hall of Starke

Book to College program.Proceeds was awarded "Funniest" in the
4 Ii Woman's Club of Starke was from the club food booth at the pageant.The .
the scene for the FFWC District Starke Starke Junior Women
Festival of the Arts were received -
Junior Night Awards Program given the the following awards First
during matching fund program :
i ; hosted by the Junior Women's Clubof which made a total donation to Place, Conservation; Second Place

i : iL. Starke Thursday evening. March the Santa Fe Library of., approximately Fundraising, Leadership Third
12.District $750. For in-house club Place,Education Home Ll/e/ International .
\ 4 Junior Director Libby special project, Starke was Affairs Public Affairs and
\ Sewell of Jacksonville chose for her'theme
recognized for their February 1986 Membership; I1iost Improved Club,
"You Sure Made A
Big program Lover's Month where Jacksonville; Outstanding District
I 1? ; Splash" with the dolphin as her husbands were invited to attend and Club of the Year, Orange Park. The
; tA mascot. The Starke Juniors went to reversed roles with their wives. The attendance award for the evening
; 1. S a; ,.f v? work transforming the club Into a program that month was the went to Starke who had the greatest
giant marina. Inviting guests Into Newlywed-Oldywed Game featuring percentage of membership in atten-
y the club were lighted tiki torches. four In dance. .
;. couples a take-off of the TV
lI!.&. II The registration desk featured show by a similar title. Each of the 100 guests received a
-V dolphin silhouettes and each guest During a mini-break the approx- "goody bag" filled with souvenirs,
: !nd d received a dolphin shaped name tag. imately 100 guests gathered at the samples and memorabilia of their
uu The conference tables were covered hor d'oeuvre table which featured evening in Starke.A fun evening was
with royal blue covers and adorned many tropical treats. Highlighting enjoyed all. State Convention will
Jr. Women Members... Second row: Paige Rearick, Carolyn Autry, Pam with mini-palms shading mini-pink the table was a mini fountain sur !be held April 24.26 in Orlando.
Thrift, Becky Jones. flamingoes. Also on each table was a
Members of Junior Woman's Club of Starke are
sand pail filled with goodies which
Standing: Debbie Connaughton, Christie Torode,
(I.r First).t row: Club President Joan Hall, lljalmar Susan Dugger. Shan Johns, Diane Simpson. Jan Norton sion served of as the a door prize at the conclu- Get Ready for Summertry
Wilson, Vicki Gaines. ,Jennifer Haas, Lorna Reddish,Lisa Prevail. Tammy -
Evelyn ChasUIn Club Sponsor Other focal points included bikini
Winkler Jennifer Vaughn Sandra Crawford.
Donna Gruen clad 1986 Strawberry Queen and Lit our
tie Women's Club President Shilynn
Chaff sunbathing. Shading the head Nu-Free Organic Hair
Church News table were sabal palms and surf
I boards strategically placed on the for

stage edge. In the corner was a wind Bikini X
lines & facial
lOth leg areas.
AnniversaryCelebration surfer with the center stage featuring
Starke Church of God
PlannedAt Heilbronn Bapt, Plans three leaping dolphins in soft NOT A WAX CALLLESS
Plans Friend Day waves. Draping the ceiling were
Faith TabernaclePastor Homecoming Services streamers of white and royal blue. REGROWTH Pam Gaskins
April 5, 1987 has been designated
The head table decorated with
Daniel Smartt and the con- "Friend Day" at Starke Church of scheduled Homecoming for Heilbronn services are clusters of seashells was amid white Genesis Hair Design 782-3065
gregation of Faith Tabernacle in God. This special day has been set beach
Church March 221987. sand Among those seated at
Melrose Invites everyone to the 10th aside to make new friends and
the head table
Anniversary Celebration of the foun- Sunday school is at 9:45: a.m. and were Libby Sewell,
renew old friendships through this
ding of the church. church services are at 11:00. Dinner District 4 Junior Director; Janie ANDREWS
The special celebration Sunday school enlargement cam- will start at 1:00: p.m. with singing Ade, Junior Chaplain; Sheila Rowe,
servicesare paign. The services will at
begin FFWC Junior Home Life Chairman
by the "Weeks Family" to follow at ;
set for Sunday evening, March 10:00 a.m.and will conclude at 12:00 Glenda Scallan District 4 Member
22, at 7:00: and 2:00 p.m.Everyone
p.m. Monday-Tues- noon. is invited to fellowshipwith ship Chairman; Joan Hall, President -
day, March 23-24 at 7:30 p.m. A "Featuring"Photography
us.Gospel. Starke Juniors; Sussanne
reception will follow the
evening service. Sunday Revival Meeting Set Sewell District 4 Junior Secretary; at f
PlannedAt Debbie Connaughton, Junior Night r
Pastor Randy Bozarth Church of God Sing
Chairman and Immediate Past- 1.
pastor of the church will be special of Prophecy, Inc. Pine Valley Church President Starke Juniors and Lynn its finest ,
speaker for all the services.
March is the Longworth, FFWC Junior Conservation .
Bozarth Is Saturday, 21, day set ;
presently pastoring Everyone is invited to a revival
aside for a gospel sing at Pine Valley Chairman. 1 11x14 *-
Christian Renewal Church in Hilton meeting planned for March 20-22 at C.H. Church the Sullivan Miss Virginia Crawford, 1987 Miss
Head Island, SC. the Church of God of Prophecy Inc. featuring
Jacksonville, provided a of 2. SxlO's
The is program
Family. sing set to start at
A nursery will be provided for in- The church is located at 2138 N. 7:00 musical entertainment and receiveda
fants and children to four Temple Ave in Starke. p.m.Thechurch
up years is located 2 miles north standing ovation after her rendi- 2. 5x7's
old. Pastor W. T. Laney invites all to of Starke down the dirt road by tion of "Sing, Sing A Son which /
Bradford Furniture Factory and
Gospel Sing Set Groups ad $1.00
Everyone Is invited. per person
At Pine Hill Chruch Souls Outreach Mission STARKE 8 wallets Age 12 & up pay additional deposit

A gospel sing is planned for Pine Plans Gospel Sing CHURCH OF GOD Monday

Hill Congregational Methodist COMMUNITYBIBLE I 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 March 23rd
The Buck Family of Jacksonvilleare
Church Saturday, March $3.00 deposit and 11 to 5:3O
21 at 7:30: scheduled to sing at Souls CHURCH Walter F. Montz PastorWe
p.m.Brother Outreach Mission in Hampton Satur- with $15.95 on delivery
Neal Starling and invite you to worship us. STARKE FL.
of day night. March 21, at 7:30 p.m.
Macclenny will be featured along Attended Nursery
with local singers. Refreshmentswill Refreshments will be provided.The Sunday School . 10 am
be served. church is located three blocks Morning Worship . 11 am
The church is located on W. south of City Hall in Hampton. Evening Service 6 pm
Brownlee Rd., past the Vo-Tech. Pastor to Roy Morgan invites Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm BARNARD PORTRAIT PROMOTION
Pastor J. Parramore invites everyone come.

I I I $ hj- __ 4 -4aI' w om s. u,

adou Ri_ /0


SHOP & Blueberry Farm

now.anr All Natun Sings of J0ui9
7645761 Superior I Quality Homes
located off 1OO South toward
4 Kvystorw, take right on 24th at Affordable Prices

Jr'? '; Av. tu.. follow 944-71O Mwy. 301 South' M4M33Terwillegar

Blankenship's DURRANCE Motors, me
Chimney Sweep [ OAItIS Interiors, 7 PUMP & SUPPLY Sales Service.

Service .I: Attend Your Church 208 W Madison US 301

u'mra.'yrllIV Regularly Starke 964-7200

964-8278 Slarke 164 N._Temple 114111 SR 21 Keystone Heights_ _



"Your Complete Dimple Overstreet & Staff "24 Hour Wrecker Service" of Slarke

Eyeglass Center" 117 S. Thompson Street o.r 4 H HSEAFOOD 987 N. Temple Avenue Sra/7re' Only Home Owned
103 Edwards Road 964-8583 964-6111 Independent Band
9645780JORDON II IS.Walnut H4-7I30



The Best Seafood In Town "Serving You First".t, n Management & Staff

236 S. Temple Avenue 441 W. Madison Street Hwy 301 North

964-5685 964-5237 or 964-6313 964-7500
One day I was playing golf With a close
Captain D's. friend who was golf jro.Alter' I had made LARRY BATTENCONSTRUCTION CORBETT'S
CWfifARestaurant" great effort to hit the ball as tar as I could-
,. Seafood Restaurant ndhenlle..doslanc.th..nlcouldhave: I CO. TIRES & SERVICEthrown

,it-he shook his, head and ""d. Complete I Tire Shop
Mandarin & Szechuan Cmislne "A Great Little Seafood Place" You surely waste lot of money "Quality Work for Less"State
We Also lane HamburgersS04S. Road 100 South & Auto Repairs
1900 N. Temple Avenue *What's money got to do with my bad
402 H.Temple Hwy. 901 N.
964-7881 .Walnut 964-8100 golf shot?" I asked 984-5283 ..M4MMDENMARK .

"Well:' he Mid You spend all that
Chastain's I Jewelry I money on golf clubs then won I let then CLARK'SHALLMARK
FLORIDA do their, work" for you. Yours tryiiKJ to FURNITURE
The Bible I It filled with truth and SHOP
& Gift Gallery I I guidance
guide the ball. That s the club s job: .
NATIONAL BANK with great life princl:P les. Rather "When you Care Enough It's A Fact. You Can Do Better
Bibles, Gifts & Jewelry I pondered the pros word It sud than accepting: by faith, Cud s Word. I to Send the Very B.t" at Denmark's
Officers I Directors "
104 W. Call Street denlyxcurredtomethatwhotldowah: I oftentrylo make the shot all by myself
& Staff golf club.: I often do with life, especially rather than allowing HIS truth to guide the Near Bradford So. Shopping Center 434 W. Call 964-5827
904-7271 with' God Word-the Bible shots of my life. II44770WESTERN

ECONO NAPA AUTO '-usaWmwe1"'ws STEER Cubbedge'sCabinets

LODGE PARTS STORE ",_ __ Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday FAMILY STEAK HOUSE

Strawberry Patch Restaurant "All the Right Parts ......:.......+_. Psalm Isaiah, Hosea. Malacni: 1 Matthew Acts Acts From All ol l). at Western Steer
1491-9 t 418-13 2'14 23 36-13 13.10-17 311.26: 264.18 ,Your Complete Cabinet Center
Serving .,. ,.., Lunch Dinner.. In All the Right Places" u.s. :Ml SouthM4IMI
IUD S. Water
St. 984-4873
Hwy. 301 N. 864-7600 155 W. Brownies Rd. .....1060



Corner US 301 & State "Worship This Week and Distinguished, Caring Service We Rebuild Starters CORP. Pharmacy Needs"
J Every Week at the Church of Tor Over SO Years Alternators & Generators '
I 182-31y31 Your Choice Steve & Cindy Futch & Staff Auto Marina Cycle Batteries Mark Mulllns & Employee 338 W, Madison 984-7170
1 ; ion.Temple ....$ 114 I.Nona M-sZOO-KeystOfis 473-3171 407 H.Temple H4-7I11 .

.? B & M STARTER ,Jones Craft Shop Allen's Office Supplies BRADFORD TITLE
.**** .-* & GENERATOR For All Your Craft & Printing Company & ABSTRACT

FURNITURE NeedsHandmade "We encourage you to worship
238 E. Washington Street Supply Art Supplies a Custom Feinting
Kim & Jan Johnson Gifts Printing Office SuppUes this week & every week"

364-5274 S. 301 Plaza 964-7833 113 E.Call St. 984-8925 984-811

.. '"

... I. .. ( ,
-- .
.. .. ..- . "" _. . ._. .. ,_ . . .. '..on ,. _, __. ,. .. . .- .._ . ., ,

r J 3 t

March I'. I'S7 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

I Silver Edition Strawberry Pageant SetContestants School MenusMar.i

Mar. 23 -Mar.27 '

for the 25th Annual pageant wardrobe. Girls were encouraged Jacqueline Davis 18 sponsoredby Rita Geddes 18. Bradford Elem.&Middle SchoolMmdsy sweet Wedneadayi Sauuge, rice .. "tomato" gravy,
Strawberry Queen Pageant, to make individual appointments Florida National Bank at Starke. Donna Langley, 18, co-sponsored :' Cheeseburgers, lettuce It tom.to.f..ch gTtksarrssdayt Hamburger key lime gravy pie,cornbread mashed potatoes milk ,
"Strawberries Silver Edition" for more detailed by Fleet Financenter and Bradford tries,strawberry shortcake milk. .... yellow cake w/chocole. Icing.
an assistance.The Allison Denmark, 18, sponsoredby Florist. Tundiyi Chicken nuggete, macaroni ft chase, bl""llII. milk.
event of Saturday, April 4, at 7 p.m. Chastain's Jewelry and Gift .bmiaiu brownie, milk FrMayi Manager'Choice Cav
)In the Bradford High School 20 young ladies who will be 'Donna McDavid, 17, sponsored Wednesdays l'acohamburger. cheese' lettuce
Auditorium gathered Sunday after competing are: Gallery, Inc.Sherri by Santa Fe Shooters. a tomato, y chocolate cake, milk AlaCarteMonday
Fred: ::
noon for a brief orientation session. Jeanna Andrews, 16, sponsoredby Gaskins, 18, sponsored by .Lisa Mitchell, 16, sponsored by gravy Thursdayi,buttered green chicken. pea,,mashed hot roll,potatoes tee cream 4 miUuhakeeTiimdayi. Pine. hamburgers, O,J.,french fries,
The 20 Handyman Fence Co. Sonny's Barbecue Restaurant of
young ladies and their Terwillegar Motors.. milk.
Ctweaaburgen pizza, french fries,
mothers had an opportunity to ask Leanna Barfield, 17, sponsoredby Starke. Friday Managers Choice Day mlUuhakea. ,oomdoga O j.Wednesday .
questions about wardrobe, inter Parrish Food Store Lake Butler. 'Terri Fender, 18,co-sponsored by .Tammy Morrow, 18,.sponsoredby These' menus written by.Mr. Wood'i Slit grade Hamburger, pi...., french frlCT
Western Steer Steak .
ouse at Soutlulde
corndoga milkshake, O J.Thundayt
Brenda Bawek
views and upcoming events. 20, sponsored by Gator Freightways and The Beauti-
Community State Bank. que. Maria Thomas, 18, sponsored by High School milkshakes. ChieseburgerscorndogapiuaO.J.french IrI_. ,

Monday evening contestants Jennifer Brown, 17,sponsored by .Mind Hersey 16 2001 Av Concepts of MiddJeburg.. Monday Whaler. on a bun,french fries,cabbage Ends,. Manager'.Choice Day.
gathered at Merle Norman Studio C.J.'s Cutt-n-Loose. sponsored. by Laurie Ann Whitehead 17 .I.w. fruit topped cake, milk.Tueaday .
Mitchell Drug Store. sponsored Fried chicken, baked beam garden Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch
where Naomi Herres had an opportunity Lilly Burgess, 18 co-sponsored by Torode Shell-Ice Cream salad' ,fruit cup cookie hot roll milk. salad. bar or they may purchase. Itemsla. -.rIe.
to help girls with make-up tipsto by Lovorn Realty and Sabots Pizza. Furniture.Stephanie Ivey; 16, sponsored by Churn of Lawtey.
compliment their complexion and ._ m .
Pamela Clark, 17, sponsored by King, 16, sponsored by I IJI

Koch's Drug Store. Waters Grocery Store. I '

I Legal NoticesIN 0 I DINNER

Tract A B Lake '.
Crystal, Hameilte '
THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH STATE BANK,a Florida banking corpora .
according to Plat recorded In Plat Book
JUDICIAL tion I I. the Plaintiff and MICHAEL A.
3. 6 of tha Public Record of Bradford
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. DAVIS I I.tha Defendant.I will ..11 to the page
highest and .bet bidder for cash In the County, Florida.
on th. 14 day March. 1917.GIL.ERT
RE Th. Adoption of lobby at tha front door ef the Bradford S. BROWN

ELISA BETH FOX County Courthouse In Stark., Bradford Clerk Circuit Court
a minor. County florida. between 11 tOO a.m.and
NOTICE OF ACTION 2:00 p.m. on April 3. the following Byt Beulah Moody Clerk
described let forth In the ardor Deputy
TOt BERNARDO JESUS GARCIA Dl properly 3/19 2tchg 3/26 .
of final
VILLASANO (udgm.nttTract
tract of land Ituated In the Northeast NOTICI .
ARE NOTIFIED that action' for usA
the adoption of a minor child an ha been 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 25, NOTICI I I. h.r.by given that On Monday .
tiled Township B South, longs 22 East Bradford March 23, 117 at lOiOO o'clock
of ana you or* required to ..rv* a County Florida mare particularly. A.M., the undertlgned. Gator "
copy your wrltton d..n..1f| any, on described a* follow! Fralghtwayo Inc.. will (all at public auction
Johnny R. Hobbs, .
Jr., .
petitioner' attorney Commonce at a concrete monument at for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd..Jacksonville
931. Storke., who.Florida. address I I. P.O. Grower. the Southwest corn.r of old Northw..t Fla.. on. lot of clam shells. consigned Deal You Can Sink Your Teeth Into"Orian
32091 on or before 1/4 and run South 8*degree*26 minute. to Robin Nest, Ft. Laudardale.
April 7, 1917. and Ilia
the clerk of this either tha original with 12 econd lost, along the South line of FI..., to satisfy" freight and itorage
court before ier- old Northwest 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 charges, und.r tha provision of Section
on petitioner attorney or 1m.m.dlot.l" feet to the 4b of Uniform
a concrete monument on ) Standard Bill of lading.
thereafter otherwise a of line of 07-3442 did
Easterly right way a county 2/3/B7
d.fault will be entered
the relief demanded against you for grad.d road; th.nc. run North 00 Gator Frolghtway, Inc..Carrier
petition. degree. 03 minute 24 .cond.. East 3/12 2tchg /19
WITNESS my hand and tha awl 1 of this Wells
along laid Easterly right ef way line Chevy-Olds
court on this 3 day of March 1987.
11(3.VI feet to a concrete monum.nt; .
GILBERT BROWN CLERK thence North 00 31 minute NOTICI OF INTENT Thurs. 8:00
run degree : am to 7:00
23 second East, laid
along Ea.torl"rIght
D.puty CI.rk of line 344.B7 feet STATE OP FLORIDA Fri. 8:00 to 7:00
354tch1l326NOTICE way to a concrete COUNTY OF BRADFORD am pm
monum.nt at the point of beginning
for the described Sat. 9:00 am to 4:00:
parcal hereby ; notice that It Intend to register with the pm
OF INTENTIONTO th.nc.continue along tha same course a
Clerk of Circuit Court for Bradford County.
REGISTER distance of 100.00 feet to a concrate Florida tha fictitious nom. of "LIN
Pursuant to S.ctlon "5.09. Florida 24 minute* 12 second East 1143."feet and to engage In bulne und.r that fictitious -
Statute, notice I* hereby' given that the to a concrete monum.nt; th.nc. run nom. with a principal place of
undarilgnad L..Ann M. Bicker Rt. 3, South 00 dogr_. 31 minute* 23 seconds business' at Highway 221 North.P.O. Box
Box 496 Stark., FL 32091, ola owner, West 100.00 feet to a concrete monument 340 Hampton Florida 32044.
doing bulna und.r tha firm name of ; th.nc. run North 59 degree. 24 AAMAC CORPORATIONByt

Dust Butter. Rt. 3, Ban 49*. Stark. FL minute 12 seconds West, 1143.16 feet to David L.McKlb....... President '
32091 Int.nd. to register laid fictitious the point of beginning.TOGETHER DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.A.5rt Chevrolet Cars and Trucks
und.r the aferaald itatuta. WITH that certain IMS
name John H. Jones, Esquireof
Dat.d this 23 day of February, A.D., Flaatwood Chadwick Doublewlde Counval T4 Oldsmobiles Used Cars
19B7 In Bradford County. Mobil. Homo boarlng Florida Title P.O. Drawer 1030
Number 41524337 and 41524339; and
Stark. Florida 32091
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida Identification Number
((904)) 964.S701A"orn.
GAFL2AF070S9443 and
for Registrant
FICTITIOUS NAME GAFL2BF0705V445. 2/26 4tpd 3/1 .
Pursuant to Section 165.09 Florida DATED thl. 12 day of March 117. .

Statute, notica I I. hereby given that the Honorable Gilbert" S. Brown ;' ... ,.,: '

undersigned, Libby a D.wltt GrlHI. Rt. A*Clerk of the Court .. \
1. Box 309 Ralford FL 32083 |olnt BVi Beulah Moody FLA.TWIN THEATRE .
owner, doing business und.r the firm A*Deputy Clerk .
nom. of L 4 D Nu.*.", S Tr. Service 3/19 2tchg 3/26 Starke 964-3451 .
Rh'1 Box 309 Raiford; FL 32093 Intend ', ... 'v .i_ f'_ 'I. v
_* Open Every Night :'- -
to (egleler{ loieUictitlou name undew.the .
aforaiald DINNERFOR
Dat.d this 4th day of March, A.D., EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND : Y2.bbSPECIAL "l
1987 In Bradford County.
3/12 4tpd 4/2 CASE NO. BS-477-CA : Sat. 8. Sun. 5:00 Showing Jm FOUR ((4)) AT

JAMIE R. WELSH ... .Tuaeday. .....Showings: ...a
REGISTER -vs. Starts Fri.. March 20 ars
FICTITIOUS NAME HARRELl and H.E. CULLISON. I c :% Compliments of
Pursuant to Section B65.09 Florida
JR.. a* Trustee of EAGLE'SNEST E yPer
Statute, natlca I I. hareby given that the
FARMS INC.. and H.I.
undersigned. Aleandro| J. Salaiar andSylvia
CULLISON. JR., Individually UffCUStomerI
M. Salazar, 207 N. T.mpl. Ave., Defendant.
Stark., Fla. 32091 (joint ownar. doing NOTICI OF SALE
builnei und.r the firm nama of D i S
NOTICE I I. given that pursuant to a
Motor, Inc., 207 N. Av. .
T.mpl. ,
final (udgmant dated March 12. 117 InCase -=-
Starka. Fla. 32091 'Intend to regliter Number 15-477-CA of the Circuit
aid fictitious und.r the afora.ald

tatuta.. nama far Court Bradford of the Eighth County Judicial Florida.Circuit In In which and SCREEN 2 +::11!I : J ORIAN WELLS

Doted thl. 16 day of March. A.D. 1987 JAMIE R. WELSH I. the Plaintiff and Some Kind ofWonderful It } I

In Bradford County. EAGLE'S NEST FARMS INC.. a Florida [!!]
3/19 4tpd 4/9 Corporation at al., ere the Defendant. OLDSMOBILE
I will .ell to the highest bidder for cash 'CHEVROLET -
NOTICE OF'INTENT TO In the lobby at the Courthouse door ef RATED PO
CONSIDER ENACTMENT OF the Bradford County Courthouse In U.S. 301 North

PROPOSED ORDINANCE BY Stark.Bradford County.Florida at 11.00 301 DRIVE-IN
G'villa I 372-0103 Starke 964-730O Jax 282-4522
THE CITY COUNCIL OF HAMPTON. '.m. on April 10. 117. the following-
CITY OF HAMPTON, FLORIDA. described property sit forth In the ardor Closed for Winter
NOTICI IS HEREBY GIVEN that on of final Judgment
Tuesday, 14th day of April. 1987 at 7:00
P.M., the City Council of Hampton .
Hampton Florida In regular *..lan. to
b. hald at the City Hall at Hampton

Florida will consider tha following ore .

dlnanca, and the proposed enactment ,...,.... :If .}. ... \ -




: : coy
Th. substance of the contemplated ordinance ? "Q1EI55giBeROfJr
I I. the provision for the protection ;

of the general public from unsafe ,
structure and area.. J
Said contamplatad ordinance may b.
Impeded by the public at tha office of

the City Clark Hampton Florida duringthe
regular buIne hour of said office.

All Int.r..t.d partial may appear at
told mooting and b. heard with respect


Doted this 12th GORDON day HAMPTON.of March.CITY WADSWORTH COUNCIL FLORIDA 1987.CLERK Here's aline thatis being used allover the country;


The Bradford ECIA. Chapt.r 1 Appllca-
tlon will be written March 16 April 21.

application 1987. If you would hay a you uggatlon please contact for the It's the Freedom Phone< line. Never miss another phone call

The Chapter Bradford 1 Office ECIA. ," Communications products brought with an answering machine. to. .

The Bradford School County Boardof I to you exclusively by our subsidiary receive your calls. .

582 N.T.mpl.Avenue .. '
Starke, Fl 32091 Southwestern Bell. ". ... ,; TFlE :'

(Phone 904 9646100)3N) ItchgIN '0 Telecom. With the help of many Also complete selection of surge Kxr

of the nation's leading retail protectors for your office or home OFFICE



FLORIDA. 110 W.Call St.
CASE NO.I 86-47J-CA :' You will find these fine quality
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Florida 964.5764

banking corporation. S.- Freedom< phones at the Office '.,
Plaintiff Starke. Fla.

VI. Shop, 110 W.. Call 'Street,
Downtown Starke Florida. -

Natlc.l I. given that pursuant to a final ..
(ludgmont dated March U. 1917 In C..
No. 54.475-CA of tho arcult Court of"fl. .
Eighth Judicial Circuit I.. 'Ad: for Bradford ;

County.Florida.which KEYSTONE



p PllltlIITfoLEGKAPIl: March 18,1887Ladv

I Tornado' Softball Sauad 4-3 on Season after.... 3 NP.. arMiccPc. I

--- - --- --
-J JI. :: ::: I

BUS lost three games in a row by a Bishop Kenny 9-8 Tuesday afternoon fielders' heads. Then a doubt With Jasper BIIS 5 MIddlelrargTBIISSTh runs to tie the game on hits by Cindy

total of four runs this week, their March 17, in extra Innings. two out and a girl on second a BK Numerous throwing not Bronco girls led BUS all the Taylor, Shaun Butler, Kendra
mark down to BHS scored In the of batter blistered another triple to tie errors Butler Jenkins and Parado.In .
season going 43. two runs top backing each other and mental way in a7-b loss for the Tornadoes in Cindy
Mental the second. Jackson led with the score 7-7. up. the bottom of the sixth with two
lapses, errors, Kelly a mistakes at the plate cart BUS a *-S Mid kDtag last field Friday the
not calling for a ball, and not back- triple and scored on Kendra Butler's loss to Hamilton ISUL outs and a runner on first, a single
County High at
ing each other up, cost the Bradfordgirl RBI single. Butler scored on CindyParado's In the second extra inning, the top Jasper last Thursday. March 12. It was the same "We are not was hit to left field. The BHS left
varsity softballers their first two RBI single. BK answered of the ninth BUS loaded the bases playing smart story. said Coach fielder and short fielder watched the
losses this past week. But the BHS with 2 runs in the bottom of the second and BK walked in what looked to be BHS was down one run. with runners John Slates'very ball roll between them to the fence
girls lost a tough one to Bishop Ken- and went up 3-2 in the third. the winning run on a two singles and on second and third, and a pop for a home run. Each assumed the
ny Tuesday night. two walks.In fly was hit to shortstop. With one out, In the first inning BHS made a other would field the ball, there was
"We're not playing very smart," Bradford loaded the bases in the the runner at second overran third throwing error. In the second inning no talking to each other, points out
the bottom of the ninth the first BIIS got no runs and should have had
Coach John Slater. top of the fourth with nobody out, but Coach Slater.
says on a single to left and was thrown out
BHS lost 9-8 to Bishop Kenny, 7-5 didn't score. Two good line shot went BK flew out. Then BK scored two at third: So. BHS tot H. BHS got at feast two.A BHS base runner was BHS had 10 fly outs In 21 at-bats,
runs and never hit the ball out of the called out at home because she
at BK went in did and left base. ,
to Middleburg and 6-S to Jasper,and right people. up 4-2 one out but mental errors allowedrunners 7 runners on
infield. An infield single, a not touch the plate. Also in the second
fourth. Shaun Butler :
now has a 4-3 record.Upcoming. miss the to advance to second Taylor ,
another infield single and a with one out,a runner at third Jenkins and each had two I
... The Tornadoes exploded for five tag loaded the bases. Bradford walk and Hart base Jumped off too soon and, by the hits in the BHS 13-hit attack. Lisa !
runs in the top of the sixth. With two ed in the tieing grounder BHS had 12 fly outs in 21 at_.*. time sht had re-tagged,could not go Tierney, Ann Starling Kendra
BHS 'played Keystone Heights at out, BHS got two singles, BK waked! was scored on a and left 10 runners on base. bom. It left BHS down 3-0. Butler, and Cindy Parado also hitsafely. J
Westside Park here Wednesday. two batters, and scored two runs. stop couldn't handle. BHS had 11 hits.Cindy Taylor was In the sixth inning BHS scored five i
BHS goes to Interlachen today The big blow came when Victoria BHS had 20 hits. Kendra Butler 2-f or-3,scored two runs,and had two
(Thursday, March 19, for a 5 p.m. Butler tripled down the left field line and Kelly Jackson were 4-for-5 witha RBI' Kelly Jackson was Z-for-4.

game. to clear the bases. BHS was up 74. triple, Cindy Taylor and Lisa Also getting hits were Ann Starling, B C
In the bottom of the seventh BHS Tierney were 2-for 5, Tammy Lynn
Shaun Butler Cindy Parado. !
Bishop Kenny 9 BUS 8 ) IIhe $c11oo1ottrb
got the first batter out. The next two was 2-for-4, and Victoria Butler Jenkins. Musson. Pam Zurfluh. and
BHS lost a close ball game at BK batters tripled over the out- tripled. BHS left 10 runners on base. Thomas. ,

of JSrafcforfc (ijmmtg, JJ'1oribtt I I

The Florida Department of Education through Its Bureau of Compensatory I

Education has as an objective to identify unusually effective :

1 federal,compensatory education programs in the state. Based on an P

:. The Earth's atmosphere weighs 5700000000000.000 tons analysis of student achievement gains for the 1985-66 school year, the i

Bradford County Chapter I Basic for
Program qualifies exemplary status

= Social and recognition by the Commissioner of Education and the State
I Happenings Department of Education. I

Special guests were Mrs. Martha Dowdy Cheryl Douglass and Dan As one of the highest ranking Chapter I Basic Programs in the state,

Joan Watson, Donna Brewer Green and Mrs. Patricia Wilkinson Cuddington were awarded with two Bradford school) district also qualifies for competition in the national i

Linda Hildebran Arlette Love and Evelyn mothers of Paula and Greg. Mrs.Ef- year pins at the ba quet. Chris Lee recognition/ effort sponsored by the United States Department of Education I

Named Pr tidant Maycumber, who were Initiated into fie Wilkinson, Greg's grandmother Terri Crawford. Cnsti Meyer .
was also in attendance.
Of Alumni Association the chapter. A regular business Sharon Bush Charles Leach Chris Superintendent Jim Duncan states that, "Mrs. Myrna Lou Hurse is to
meeting followed the pledging Paula was presented with Kirkland and Advisor Sylvia be commended for her direction of the Chapter I Basic Program, and
The Bradford High School Alumni ceremony. household items as a momento of the Kirkland were also awarded with
special recognition is given to the elementary school principals and
Association met at the Western Hostesses for the evening were occasion. one-year pins.Parenting.
Steer March 12. Over 35: memberswere Denise Adams, Willie Mae Denton, teachers for their dedication to the program." Superintendent Duncan
in attendance. Mary Agnes Ferguson and Eugenia Paula was also honored at a Class a'so' Ojd thaV'the real winners are the students who have individually -
the Whitehead. lingerie shower Feb. 12 at the homeof "
The members accepted achieved the required gains during the
program year.
resignation of Jimmy Crosby as Jennifer Johns. Hostesses for that Offered by AGH

president, and appointed Linda Seniors Enjoy| Visiting occasion were Jennifer Johns, Pam Starts March 25
/s/Jim Duncan
Hildebran to the position. The Ramses II Exhibit Taylor, Robin Hersey. Donna Superintendent
members elected Virginia Darby as Barker and Dana Whitaker. Guests Alachua General Hospital and the Bradford County SchoolsA
vicepresident.The FANTASTIC I WONDERFUL! Included Paula's sisters,Monica and School Board of Alactaua County are

Alumni Assoc. Is sponsoring GREATI! Sondra. offering parenting> class Wednes State Board of Education Meeting held February 17, 1987 in
several events: On April 2, the These were some of the comments Another shower was held Feb. 14 day. March 2S from 9:30 ajn. to
of the Bradford Tallahassee recognized The Bradford County I Program for achieving
Association will sponsor a made by the Seniors at the home of Eoline Green. Hostess DOOIL
"Welcome Breakfast" to the Ex- Senior Center when they visited the for the pantry shower were Mrs. Breast and bottle feeding Immunization above the slot average in NCE gains for reading.

change Students from Germany.The Ramses II Exhibit at the Prime Donald Hardenbrook Mrs. Lee child development and The following Bradford Chapter I Program teachers attended the
event will be held from 7:30: a.m. Osborn Convention Center and the dealing with the colicky baby. :
Hardenbrook, Mrs. Mark Harden ago ceremony: Stork Elem. Mrs. Vicki Powell Mr. Robert Austin, Mrs.
to 8:30: a.m. at the high school Cumner Gallery of Art In Jackson- brook, Ms. Eoline Green, Mrs. Joe birth to 12 months are some of the Charlotte' Frees Southside Elem. Mrs. Thelma
; Knight Dee
library. On June 4, the Assoc. will be ville March 11. Bakken and Mrs. Harry Green. topics bang Barbara
having a "Senior Banquet" for all Everyone had a great time in- Special guests included Paula's Heilman. SBAC parenting instruc Cbnovo Mrs Alice Hudson, Mrs. Dot Nitsch; Lawtey Elem. Mrs. Joy

BHS seniors and their guests at the cluding their chaperones Beverly grandmother. tor.The Coodall, Mrs.. Anna Freeman; Hampton Elem. Mrs. Earselene Zimmerman.
National Guard Armory on Edwards McGee, Senior Center Director and seminar will be held in the Also attending was Superintendent Jim Duncan and Coor-

Road. Jeff Johnson, City Recreation Dept. Medical Explorers AGH auditorium. 3rd floor. dinator of Chapter I Program Myrna Hurse.At .
The Starke Recreation Dipt provided Youngsters may stay in a supervised -
Alpha Gamma ADK Hold transportation.The Attend Banquet nursery at no cost. noon, the. Bradford Chapter I staff and Superintendent Jim Duncan -

Monthly Meeting March 2 Senior Center is in the processof Medical Explorer Post 460 attended Parents-to-be, parents and grandparents attended a catered luncheon held In the Capitol in the conferenceroom
planning more fun trips for the an American Red are cordially invited. To of th* Honorable Doyle E. Conner. Commissioner Conner and his
Alpha Delta Kappa of Alpha Gam- near future. For additional information at the Riverside Cross register call the AGH Training aides attended the luncheon and extended theINTRODUCING
congratulations to
ma Chapter held Its please call Beverly, Monday orWednesday Jacksonville Feb. 26 for their Department, 33x-2188.
Paris -a.n
meeting in the Episcopal at 9644545. volunteer work in the Disaster Ser-
Hall Monday, March vices area. '
The program was "You and Your Paula Green HonoredAt The Explorers have been trainedto
Plants' with Walt Huscott as the Various ShowersPaula assist families who have lost their

guest speaker. He showed a slide home due to fire, hurricane, tor- .
presentation on various flowers and Green was honored with a nado, or any other man-made or
plants used in landscaping. He also miscellaneous bridal shower held natural disaster with emergency Hours
'Jan. at the home of Automotive Detail :
Saturday, 31,
answered many questions and gave needs such as a place to stay
hints the care of certain Patricia Wilkinson in Raiford.
helpful on clothing, food and any prescriptions Mon-Sat
Hostessess for the event Bren-
plants.Pledge lost in the disaster.
chairman Sheila Mc- da and Cookie Mundorff. Paula is Explorers Kim Dukes, Derrick 8:00 am 6:00
Clellan introduced the new pledges: the future bride of Greg Wilkinson Dowdy, Sondra Green. Dana Specialist pm

Whitaker, Kern Fillyaw, Kirby Jne
Hildebran, Advisors Norman 527 E. Brownlee Starke, Fl.

I Hampton Hilites, We Specialize In C.W. Cunningham (Owner) I

By Dolores Meng 2nd grade Shannon Aguinaldo,
Phone: 468-1915 Perfect Attendance Certificates Washing Plamfplaa

Hope Archey, Alicia Baker, Jaclyn went to: Kindergarten Nicole
7th Grader Wins WaxiDI. 1.JI te.
Crews, Jennifer Glenn, Alex Kir- Baker, Krista Fuqua, Chastity .

Spelling Bee., ,'I1; !':% chaine and Jason McCullough. Jones, Rickey Martin and Ester Body Repairs Eng *..q"pj.,: ,
Jennifer Smith. K-l Pat Flanigan and Jassy
Congratwatlwa Lester 3rd grade Tori Hersey, Angela .
.4 who came out in first pJac c to the Meng and Charlotte Smith. Starling. 1st grade Clay 'Archey. Pre-Sale Preparati> .. lit =
Countywide Spelling Bee held at the 4th grade Christina Broome,Jen- Brandy hall, Terry kerschner and Restored
School Board Office on March tlthl! nifer Darley and C.K. Fuqua. Matthew Mullis. 2nd grade Hope Vinyl Tops

Jennifer is a student in Carol Archey, Alicia Baker and Bradd --
McLeod's 7th grade class. She will Attaining all A's and B's were: Jones. 3rd grade Edward BEcker. -

compete in the Regional Competition K-l: Melody Barr, Deena Crawfordand Tori Hersey, Melissa Kyle Stacey
scheduled for April 11 in Roberta Searcy. 1st grade McGregor, Shana Morris and James Opening SpecialsMarch

Jacksonville. Amber Bickers, Lucian Bradley Rhoden. 4th grade Rick .
Randy Brooks, Alicia Crosley, TedCurtis Julie Collins, Tim Crews, James Et-
Book It Program Hannah Ford, Brandy Hall, chison, Jennifer Jones Sonya 19, 20, 21, r

Edith Shaw's 3rd grade class participated Clinton Morgan, Susan Parmenter, Hodges, Amanda Lester and Mark Thurs Fri & Sat k!' -
In the six month Reading Troy Patterson and Danny Wiggins. Smith. 5th grade Jose A viles,Chris ,

Program which required reading at 2nd grade Christopher Gibbs, Brown, Shawna Buckallew, Morgan -
least one book per month.As a resultof Amanda Glenn, Lisa McClellan Esty, Jason Flanagan. Andy Hall Wash, Wax, Vacuum -
successfully achieving this goal, Shaun Muse, Randee Varnum andStacey Freda Mitchell, Jason Padgett.
all 18 students will be guests at the Floyd. 3rd grade Charles Samantha Truman and Stacy (Tires Included) -
Starke Pizza Hut on March 271' Crawford, Jenny Johnson, Melissa Young. 6th grade Tina Buckallew. _
Kyle, Ian Marney and April Scog- Angelina Crews and Billy Kyle. 7th

Certificates Awarded gins. 4th grade Ricky Adams, grade Denise Jones, Lisa Jones DavidRoberts T :
Joey Hall William Price $16.95Tire ,
Report cards went home with Missy Brown, Julie Collins, Wayne ,Fletcher Badgers and Cecil f --
students on March 10. On Friday, Crawford, Sonya Hodges, Jennifer _
Woods. _
Certificates of Achievements were Jones, Amanda Lester, Tracey Mc-
given the following for receiving all Cullough, Mark Smith and Cory Certificates 'ror Most Improvedwere Cleaning Included
A's for the 4th six weeks grading Wright. 5th grade-Jose Aviles, Eric given to 4th grader James Et-
period: Kindergarten Nicole Donnerstag Keir Ford, Billie Jo chison and Toby Searcy, a 5th Your satisfaction Guaranteed iI I

Baker, Robert Dennis, Krista Fuqua Mullis, Dena Radford, Toby Searcy andStac grader.
Jason Lovell, Roger Mitzel, Elisa Sierra-Aviles, Kim Wilson
Paul Morgan and Melody > Young. 6th grade Gene Birt, I

Youngblood. Danielle Hersey, Billy Kyle, Kelly *faTX9OCttt*.Country Club.wr BUSINfU fOK SAU IN STANK .
1st grade Peter Aguinaldo, Clay Lee, Angel McCord and Natisha 1% W>M. 9/3. All brick letall wins* high traffic. Ex
Archey, Robert Broome, Vicki Hut- Wilson. 7th grade Mark Crawford, + ,*****iMut I to, John McMillan, Matthew Mulls Joey Hall, Jennifer Lester, William + ,.- .-lfe! :, ..i.door w4w. + extra*. to buy. Owner retiring.
Paul Phillips and Amanda Rowland Price and Fletcher RodlZera.I' .

+ t .1IWa.... .i ""-'- B S/O. roved *. M. S BATH on 2.1 acre.. Stocked
Ned tkr elb.,,.".".,y. Owner fin. pond. Ig.wood deck S many extra'.. Only
Dolphin s 9644522STARKt. "". 00.

Current EventsBy ft.. t + VMO9H3 with plenty of periling" and *cou tnY kits Building lots from
I pxrttve, ca.hflew.locd.d In the butet ",Sgg. Some with owner financing.I .
P.E. NewsBy Talsir El Souessl I ..ethn.LfMrk.:
Jason Chadwlck at Lawtey .S ACIIS t .0.. 511 161 Morgan Id.
This week the + *YOU IPICJ(TN'CARMT bond 2
The students of Lawtey Elemen- ort thru |J new S&i.r motivated.Mary. .
tary will participate in a Physical Elementary, that is, kindergarten the ''He* *M ..7 M. 2 sA on Weter.
7th taking
grade, are
through .
.1 nin ACCESS A large |
Fitness Meet March X at Hampton OClYfTAl LASS
CTBS (California Test of Basic era wa4t home. x tarn ..1M

Elementary.be participating.The whole county will Skills students). The at different test will be intervals given to during the ::::k-U.L----_ 'ro Itr._ HIXICUnVI sari. 1t.ont l kl.precious Jtarke and brick Keystone fHICi home MOUCtO.HOMSMAXtrS Height lust| minute..Shown from by

Awareness'WeekBy the week of March id 20. .. mo ion of eoaMf Ou .$ I-.lCUf. rANe'Wad ""c'-' ippolntmont.
Handicap UVINO (tackedlake QfttAM 3/2, CHSA.
3.000 ft.; 3 BS 3H SA. w t.r.3/t.n ejlmoel I acre-eeautlfvlty
Metina Smith 'Theacher of the WeekBy large twlmmki. y pool. lugs fireplace th.on 1 Of* In dly. LaMr1 oed.. above ground. P Dbl garage. A JO X
Have you ever seen a person walk lot on paved streetw/+h sidewalk.Brlck 23 uptalr room to be completed to
of _
Wendy Cowie pllo.,loo lion Out town ownor
ing down the street with a white cane horn with aver 2.200 141. ft.3 Aov. row >"vo1. M ."".. A" "".
Mrs. Ross has earned her place as womb ado. Witt tfMHBBaialaM' sWeMB *tCitNruv $17400.3/1. w/eor. LST"
in their hand? What did you think BR. 2 IA. lorge entertaining era. ... only 166.000.
Teacher of the Week. She is a w/o tkM. onoVor OWMT Nnancv.S5009 .. Beer.... NVBBYI
about that ? Be honest with Many other omenltle.. CRAMS 4 BR. 3Both.
person graduate of Bethuae:: Cookman College *INS* Y W.
yourself, while you're at it, think dhow where she received a raniCT **AW NOUMNO or 3la 2 fireplace. CHSA. pool 1 many
that person feels to be handicap Bachelors, Degree in Psychology.She I *DUI BUN Immoculata living kt thl* .JUlY Off IOU'IM".Sheba.h*" ..S ..HM. J nca bemee en 1 large lot.jipifit .< extra en I acre Only 137.000.

ped.As the saying goes"Don't Judgea also attended the University of 122 ft. MH. Concrete pod .*eevrtty light. ... I SA.... 1.4 ere*. IMn. .. bwt doM enough to TAtKB 3 BR homo and |
person until you have walked a earned Early litocked lake. Ideal for ,..Ired. Only her a >! ckanaacitmer.M *O.OU TO
where she an ,. .
Fla.. l with waft < almoet new mobile home on 1.76 ocre*
mile in their moccasins. Childhood and Elem. Ed. Masters ''3.900. *AotnoMoawmu
.. 1300 H.I wtB tomldir Humid fUn>OttBwVBSYOCS 10 ecreeto Hvrryl
The students at Lawtey Elementary JIXCirTtONAt a over to) Coptic. Owner ...
will be finding out just bow they 'Degree.Mrs. Ross teaches pre- Clou to new Wlnn Dixie.hopp og. Only CONVINIINT FOB pap a UCI' 1-;'aavad n*.p 7"wawr and"-.COUMnY UVINO In this olmo.l new

feel when they try different tasks kindergarten. She enjoys her work I 28000. BMPlOVm. 1.670 MJ.crofc h. her an 3/3 CB bar on 3 oc., brick fireplace
that a handicapped person must do, very much, because she enjoys lear 1 AlOVILV 21In quiet nelahberhood.I CH/A. Ntca...... ,4tUIAQ11 I w/PW. IxceOent. candlthHi.. ...,Ught. and. many extra
daily. Miss Snavely will be having ning about human behavior and how I buy.

handicap awareness days for children learn best She also enjoys *} M, I.BA. excellent location kt city.SM900. :PfBdBWUCSO 17/.00.h'UIIk.3/I' V.Invitnejufrtes! On Our Oth.r Propertlg
kindergarten through 7th grade. She helping children to be able to think, In dry Now only

[ will do this oo the. 24th.antf 35 of, create and stay with something to
; '''. .
March. ; fpt"
:; end.
,, ', r "'i-i tWi.,.
"1 .,,': ;<' :,.".:.:":.. :;.lY"<( .'tJo ..


Bradford County Telegraph

B see tI 0
Lake Region Monitor Union County Times

Ttmralay.)Man IS.IM7

.. _. :. ... '" ;.: ..",':. ..,.:. ... ,' .... "'", ,' ,' .: ';. '.'..; :"' .;: :... .......:. ..: :..... ;.:.,':p'. ':. :"," '." : ..-. ... ,,:. .. .. ..;'. : .: ."..... ," "..: .. .. .. ..-....::. .. .. :'" .....: .,'....". ...,'..."-. .: :' .'

Mental Retardation Month


Bradford's Sunshine Industries Plans Expansion with New AdditionBy

Mark Frledlin like to do this (community placement demonstrated.** : d adults of Brad training and working experiencefrom on a normal basis. The people herein
BCT Staff Writer
March is Mental Retardation ) as much as possible becauseof Sunshine Industries is aenterprise hteilfag ire wto work and learn at the program. this community should be proud of
month and it has a special meaning the positive aspects it has located on Stale VMA M die faaIiI9 ftm extensive practical Success stories abound. You have the progress they have made. We
for the staff and clients at the Bradford only to visit the clients and staff want it to continue, and that's whywe
Association of Retardedcitizens' ___ members to notice. need help with our expansion pro-
Ir "Some of the clients who come ject."
Sunshine Industries
workshop,which is experiencing one IiIr----iz-----J,, s.' t tI here have been in institutions where Sunshine Industries provide voca-
of its biggest years yet, with a successful there was no creative output at all, tional training, daily living skills (a
placement 4 ta and it stifled their mental growth' vital, but often overlooked part of
operating in local community program I Larimer said."It's a completely different the program)and a productive wage
businesses and exciting plans for an I situation here, and the earning Job to clients attending the
expansion of the facility. changes in personality are dramatic program.
after arrive and
they began workingand
The facility needs
community sup- with fellow workers See
port for the new building,which will socializing ARC S..iaq.1
house an added workshop,
classroom and office space to meet
the needs of handicapped citizens of '
Bradford County. : :0 'e' : i
: :
"We are planning to build the new } .. %
building this year," reports Executive : .. 7.389 I
Director Bob Larimer. "The I
plans call for an 8,000 square foot Annual Yield
new building which will add a
classroom, additional office spaces .. _
for the staff, and an entire new r Rate
workshop for the clients. Local funding L'L %
and community support will be ;& & CompoundedMonthly 7.15
crucial in this stage of the project,
but we think we have a lot to be pro-
ud of here, with our profit making .
businesses and our successful com-
munity placement program, which
.1 I has been very well received." ,
i 1 Three of the most highly trained '' .: %
workers at the facility have received f 'UaIaYie'ld" 7.229Rate
jobs at local businesses around the /
Starke area and employers report
outstanding success with their per
"This program has been very encouraging -
I so far," Larimer said. %
"This has been one of the most satis- Beginning the Process... 7. 00
fying things we've done yet,both for Monthly
the clients and the staff here. It These clients of Bradford's Sunshine fadectries Srnii.e l.dasbies is plow&a*MM Mpure feet
gives them a real boost of confidence prepare to make the furniture and other wooden products a.UiIiIoa is the lsiray pnperra w SR-I.jailaside
when a worker can do so well in the they are famous for. -Mark*.
business environment. We would a

,-- Z 122%

," ._ .
''''' :' t : O' Annual Yield

/ .; .. : .:
,' '/ 'r V-714 Rate
\ .
:. 's r. IJnSToiiE %
STARKE / CompoundedMonthly 6 90
US 301 South SB 21 Morth
I H 'URS t4\\'-\, "' : n III ... floss r i:30.1 pin j" ..
% ra
1 Noa-Sal
/ 8:30.7 pm ::. = .
7'Mon.Sat.. #.... i1 11't .. Sun. 10HmnGj "" %
Sun. 10-6 11" I ., _. 6.910
.A .. : .... .' \. Annual Yield

..........., :.,.. ::; ;{ :::L.T r_ '''iI, .. f':'. ,'.' Rate
5- -E..rHJr ,_ ;c: %
to "" -.-. .. "':' .
: r' : .
..... "
% ='ey 'I' ". CompoundedMonthly 6 7O
fo.. ?:. ?C" r. "'k'"'"\: I "'Y" .', ....... :r Y I
!III .."'" N, ..oy.I: -_ .. : .
It V7 z ){
: "' :;r : ...t'N(',,, /f' ;['. K..."" 7J" : ":"

'.'" '_ \, 'Pf. '"'
y '7"0 ." )IooI'I: ?: '7"' ::

1'llll\l\ :I\IH.LI\I'I \ \ \ : tJ I r I |A |i\mj\ : It uti J.. I'|\\M 141 iifti.p. iiL jtfig l\\l jjmhlBttftMUUnyrpi i ; i I :;] 6.697Rate %

Irr I Fresh IIW\I\III Snow WhiteJumbo Fresh Florida f Fancy DeiidowTjIlf!| Flcwida //A AIi Annual Yield

Ii 1 Juicy Honey It! Red ill Valencia C

I j, Cauliflower Tangerines Apples ', Oranges %
1) 6 / 89C \1 94 39c Monthly Compounded .50

:b I .. ? H:ad j.9tr On. sin: l h"9 ---


(Fresh California Fresh Truck Load Mexican V >" j GreeoQiBp-Coll.f. %
99 e 2 99 I Broccoli,79c 6.432
Cantaloupes ib. Watermelons. % Annual Yield


_: .. Boneless Rate %

,Pr <- Chuck Roast . .. ... .1.,.$ 1.39 ; V Monthly Compounded 6.25

Nlr j, I: {f ... .
I-:: -..-----7
?: I
:: $
F Ground Chuck . .. .. ib. .1..39 :. 1 %

Fresh Boneless 5.851'Rate

Fresh Cut-Up Shoulder Annual Yield
; Ground ,59*
: Whole Fryers . ...::

Beef Roast %
t Fresh CutTBone
5 Lbs. or More Compounded 5 7O
$2 99 $1 59
99 Steak ,... .. Monthly .

f Ib. Whole-Sliced Free M 1 i'L, r\1. k .t ;'
Tenderloins .2.99 pnt, ,0
: "
4 .
Asst. -Family Pak ] Annual Yield
:..< Pork Chops .. ... ... ... Rate

Apalachicola-In Shell Filets

.rl" S<1 Oysters 949 Whiting ... $199 .
f :7't % bu '1 When you want a high rate,

)..1"", ... .J ( Fresh Caught Rock .lk.l" I look up to Florida Federal.
l 'I '
e '' ..Jr .l ...... Shrimp.. .
.-"''l ...-:.." '" &; Florida FederalFor
'''' 1 : !I" 1
tyr: :. : : Fresh Caught Medium irrl ; /
.. ,
"." :_ "'-"'.t'.. ..' io-. .,.- -1 ..Shrimp..ib.: $319 F [j,1 Honda Federal office nearest you call THE-BANK.
.:;!:: ... "\.'" .. ,. r MINIMUM DEPOSIT 1000.Rates subject to change. r- =
.-.. .... '- .
Substantial for withdrawal on CDs only.r |
.. .. .-:..'!..- r- penalty early | gg
iII<4 '

lagRt SECTION March 1..1187

1 Louie Wainwright Treated to DOC Retirement Ball in Orlando I Id I

,. Buster] Rahn Wainwright's-"'retirement coincided Superintendent Jim Godwin.Duringthe shot in ministration.During Wainwright's tenure, the how Florida it functions.is now a leader in the accreditation Wainwrigbt eduction after continued appointment to pursuehis to
with the termination of Gov. Bob melee Wainwright was and movingto
Writer the secretary's position
BCT Staff former Graham's term of office Jan. 6. He or near his knee, but the injury left prison system virtually exploded In of penal institutions,due Tallahassee. He studied at
Louie Her Wainwright size, from 8,000 inmates to more largely to Wainwright's interest in
succeeded Richard no permanent
of the Florida Department was by Dugger. Florida State University Biscayne
Mervtacj! transferred to than 32,000 incarcerated, with an bringing professionalism into cor
1957 Wainwright
dean of appointed to the top correctionalposition Universities of Georgia.
ofl Corrections, and correc- Correctionallnstitution estimated 50,000 inmates on probation rections. College
Avon Park
CiunuJI secretaries nationwide was b Gpy. Bob Martinez. Maryland and W IICOII5 D.He received -
which also
or parole, come
as asst. supt., and shortly
Created!ta 2 retirement ball inO Orlan a Master of Science Degree in
> under the control of corrections.The
in correctionsat thereafter, was promoted to Wainwright was born in Lawtey
Febt28.Zhe '. Wainwright began Criminal Justice from Nova University -
SaCurdaj: Union Correctional Institution, superintendent of the institution. number of employees has grown son of Mabel Britt Wainwright and in Ff Lauderdale,
formerly Florida State Prison,in Ju- In 1962,Wainwright was promotedto from 1,400 to more than 12,000 during the late Truby Wainwright. He at-
in the
retirement! dinner the position ()f Secretary of Corrections the same period. tended Lawtey Elementary and
ly 1952, as a Gov. Bob Martinez has retained
hotel by more
Pteabod: ; was
by Gov. Farris Bryant, Florida climbed graduated from Bradford High
them 911111 people including former Monday April 4,1955 Wainwrightwas The penal system Wainwright as a consultant for at
correctional working the "Sergeants desk"in upon the reslgnition of H.G. from"average"to one of the top two School.Following high school,Wain- leasts year after he stepped down
GwIII.Ubm Askew from,top Florida andother the adminmistration section of the Cochran. He would hold the position or. three systems in the United wright served a hitch in the Navy, from the Secretary's position.Wainwright -
adhnmstxaton. main housing unit, known as the for the next 24 years, through five States, with visitors coming from then worked as a police officer m and bis wife Edna have a
states department employees gubernatorial administrations, including countries to Gainesville, prior to working for the
and! emends from throughout the "Rock, when inmate George Arthur other states and foreign home on Kingsley fake.You're .
ataor oft Florida Heroux shot..and killed Asst. Gov. Kirk's Republican ad- observe the>Florida system and ref prison system.

BU Girl Scouts ill

CelebratedThinking Day IDI ysMANUFACTURER'S

Thinking! Day was celebrated byEhradfurdlIlTDioa CHAl\TGING
Girt: Scouts Satur-
ttoy_ Fete. 2ff. at! the First United |
Methodist Church in Fellowship Hall CIl.ANGING. I

DI S12rke1hIr! event! started with, everyone

!square dancing which was led by FLORIDA
School Superintendent Jim Duncan.A i So are we U PONS
special! thank you; to-Mr Duncan ONLY
and!alll I other troops and adults who
mad the mornings a very special You'nt doing.L You're getting in shape.Working hard for a healthier you.WINN- __ _

DIXIE working too. Now _Ve stocking more low-calorie items, including: -- ,
Dimming: the wide game the scouts frozen foods,drinks and desserts.We have seafood chicken,whole-grain breads Doubt Coupon Good In Jacksonville, day ::.::."::,.:::=:.-:.:.::.... --
created:to International Games .----------
were I and Harvest Fresh You 11 find County rVnandlna, St.Augustine, Stark, live ::
r of course. Produce everyting you need for a _.
By the Senior Scouts,. International Oak, Galmcvllle, High Springs,Retry, ::::=:-.:: :.::--- >
nutritious diet. And all at prices that keep budget looking good, too. So
Tbtats prepared by troops and served : your ---
I Palatka Chleflind, Callahan A MacCfennyWINNDIXIE ::.:=-r==:.:::::
.International to WINN-DIXIE. You 11 wete with .
changing right
by CadetteSv Songs come see you. '-' -"--"--
Ibd by Willie May Randolph each .
scout Baulk a scarf (a craft from India ,.
)>>andviewedavideo of history of
the eSzsC! Girl Scout!troopv
A surprise visit from Executive
Director Wende Reynolds made the and CocaCOlapresent

morning even more special. Again
MtnnitiE: ; for the names tags flag Buick TPC
ceremonyand Thinking Day the 1987 Sweepstakes
catnmonj provided by Junior
Ttoops and:thanks to Special Events : e
Chaunnani Laurie Mullins. everyone ..,.,.., ,., teguur it WINN-DIXIE far BIG praM,fadudii* -
working!! together made the morning e a 1987 Bulck Skyhmrk. .TV.! .WJKS Jackmvilk
canting for IZ5 scouts U. S. CHOICE will unoune the grand prize wine oa Setied y, -
The money collected at the event April 4.1987. See flan for deal -:;:=.x
totalled tee and will be sent to the I _
Juliette Low World Friendship a ,

FUndt Nearly 200 Girt Scouts and leaders f.t Neer.Ii y.MZ .j WI.I! II .r.ri WJKS JACBSCMVItllBUOWEISER

participated in the Promise Circle ..
acanthi tZ aC the Bradford County 44..o"r' e..hvaOrn a1C"rY euee..errer6YeYqaiOuL
Courthouse.: AC 4 p.m. Girt Scouts
throughout: the United States said
theur promise in! celebration of the I OS user
TStito Anniversary of the founding of $
Gurll S t011l3;. 491
Thanks! : to everyone who par- REAL PEOPLE!! BEER . fAaK
tompatedl in the spectacular event. '
Evem the weather couldn't dampen .At .evens
the spirit PEPSI
The! flag:ceremony began at 3:45 2ta&a
COLA. . .
pmx.Hallowed:by singing and a promise -
ceremony.Promptly at 4 p.m. a ww.u rae.veis
everyone< repeated the promise, e r CHEK' .
BallbvMdl by Happy Birthday at "S'Se. .
wtuofettime blue? green and/or DRINKS ma
:yellow balloons were released.A .
special!thank you to those in the t.

mag ceremony, Debbie Broome S
Haume! Kullins,Peg Trimble,Marylooney I I
Daisy Laura Dobbs of

tawtBy,.Brownie Jessica Howell of __
Lake Butler Junior Shannon Wiggins
,Chnatma: Broome of Hampton. I'f
Cubes Laoney. Leigh Ann Odom and Sarah 'f

Also thanks to Cana Schmidt Mr. '
Harmon and courthouse staff
Sauthside for PA system Laurie andCarol I _Jfreuwoov
haand!all!who transported the
scrout3..'l"GDebbie, and all the helpers FROOT
Bar the balloons.
Girt Scout Week began with Girl LOOPS
M Scout! Sunday (Starch 8) and was
celebrated by local troops OBAOI 'A'rBISH PLAIN Oa IODIZID

throughout! the week WHOLEFRYERS 18C MORTONSALT ?e.a IQt
Odette Troop 5201 enjoyed an 2reh 18c dM
overnight at the Methodist Church . Lk 1 a . e SIZE
videos, and alot of talking.
Thanks to Mary and Amanda who
kept the J Deader company. SHOULDERPICNICS 17C FLAKY or %
Leaders were treated to dinner at TWIN ROLLS 1Iot '
Sonny's Bae B-Que following the . u 'pr

Ptramise Circe.which)was fun also. h
Several troops are planning a hip
t to Disney and!other special events.
'JlIU5. Saturday Girl Scouts will I
pomade< and! participate in the
Jfeuttaomnlle; River Feat. Many ex-
oCiniS: actroies are planned and
everyone is invited.The parade is
scheduled for U axm. and will w. ,
>. .... 0 :


FSJI Announces a


Heritage Fair 1

Gel ready' for some"down home" '
cooking traditional crafts music
and! dancing: at the Florida StateMuseum's
ninth annual Heritage
Fair tins Sunday. March 22, from
noon haS. pi on.
The! Heritage Fair is tree ands
.ttot the public public. For OUAIT fill
bun cal1I(904 312<-mL HACvicmiiH nvi *uv' -

VoTechCourses. NECTARINES u. CHEESE . 511E FILLET . .
.are -i-


Advanced! Cake Decorating: BROCCOLI .IO cs lu POT PIES.Jl tfi BEANS . na
Mania I&,. ends April JT. Fee: $5.
Timer T Mm
Parenting Pwparaedhea:Begins
week tl April 33.freer
CPKFirst Aid Begins March S3,
endai Aovd&.Free.Onldl .
Crowd and Development:
Aim aYtaur tasennc course with
mares sec SCaren.23:,.28s and 30 from WINN DIXIE
74 II....Free.
Sonar CUtzem/Dcfenatve Driving -
:: T.be announced Fee:: |7 forCftrlHAhre DERD L
t a
::Begins week of April Axtb
aal Spanish for.elC PRICES QUANTITY
.. CorrectioIB PersoI Supermarket ?-
Btgfani April IX free.Chinputo THURS. 1987America's !

ef IWgiiuaBts: Begins MARCH 19-25,
A0d H,eadk April 2Sturdmtaareaaked .
to visit the VoTteik -
Omxr: and! pro-register; for
cikMseK.For additional information*
onane9 98.ISOL


i \

M.re'h _lit.. _KH17_ .nu nS.f'I'ION: :__ .P._..".-.. '_t

Major Terry Rieske

> .5 Oe Wise. .

Retires from FLARNGby a Shop

4,7' PRICEWSECrown

Buster Rahn sion in Vietnam retires.That
"('T Staff Writer and each succeeding orficerl! / I '

Maj. Terence E. Rieske, 48, who return the bottle of brandy, until the
has resided in Starke for the past ten last officer who held a commission is rA Black
years, retired from the Florida Na Vietnam, retires from the Florida 1y, i
tional Guard on Friday Feb 27, National Guard. He'll keep the bot Velvet Royal
with 20 years active duty.! Maj. tie. '1 n Harvey.
Rieske is the first National Guard of Since the Rieskcs have lived Scotch
ficer to retire who also served as acommissioned longer in Starke than any other 1 vaa a.w rW 750
officer in Vietnam. place, it feels like "home" to them, 1.75
Rieske was honored during his and they plan to continue to live
here Mrs. Kieske works at Stan 119
ceremonies with the
Meritorious Service Medal, the ding, and does not plan to retire at 1 299
Florida Cross and the National this time. When asked what her husband
Guard Bureau Certificate of Service will do in retirement she
I11 ,
replied "lie has a great deal oilear- { 799j c

During his tour of duty in Viet ning to do, since" he doesn't play golf,
nam, Rieske flew small fixed wing fish or hunt. .
aircraft for artillery spotting, observation The Reiskes attend St. Marks .
and reconnaissance over the Episcopal Church
Ho Chi Minh Trail. Today, Keiske, who was out of town Monday ___
Helicopters are used for that type called Tuesday to say that he Canadian
work. plans to seek employment with the Flejschmanns Q Flelsehmanns

Rieske was awarded the Bronze state, perhaps as a civilian L94 Lord Gin Preferred
Star, with "V" for valor, for his efforts employee at Blanding.said!enjoy I Cclvert ill
while under fire from the water sports and activities, and 1.75
enemy. During the battle, Rieske hope to increase my participation in LTR
came under fire while moving that area of recreation. 95
Keiske is pictured with Paul
wounded comrades, and repositioning Set.
aircraft. Kudoi, a veteran of Vietnam, Rieske Retirement... Sig 699
Rieske returned to the states in although the two servicemen were +i" a
1968, left the service, and later join not acquainted while serving Maj. Terence E. Kioske is with Paul Kudoi/ and his parents Sgt. and flii5lHiAlllfS' Rtacrustrn
ed the Florida National Guard, retaining overseas. They have become friends Mrs. David Kuiol. Itirske, and Itiidoi served in Vietnam at the same time. 99 4sGIN
the rank of Captain,which he since meeting in Florida. Maj. Rieske. who is retiring has been head of the Combined Support
held at time of discharge from the Maintenance Shop at i'ump Blanding. .
army ::'Ir.::;
Rieske is the son of a career -
military officer, and attended some The Gainesville Clinic and Dr. T. Owen of Jacksonville an-
19 schools, before graduating from
Rome Free Academy, in Rome N.Y. nounce the opening of the Starke Clinic. To acquaint people in
He graduated from the University of 301 Liquors & ounge

Dayton, degree Ohio, in 1961,with a the Starke area with our quality care we make this offer....
bachelors I Mile :North; of Slarke on llw>, 301
He and his wife, Ann have four __
children, the eldest, a son, is a first OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -

Lieutenant in Ft.Campbell,Ky.,and "FREE" I'ACKACK STORE & LOUNGE; ...b
is a chopper pilot. Their three

daughters, all single, live in FULL SPINAL EXAMINATIONWith
Massachusetts, Florida and Ohio.A .
bottle of brandy was given
Rieske, as a retirement gift. He initiated This Patient Evaluation Coupon Only +' SAWYER.
a tradition, by returning it to
the Adjutant General, to be given to DANGER SIGNALS OF PINCHED NERVES: '
the next officer who held a commis-
1. HeUfluthr.DliilmM. 2.Shoulder 3.Arthrili.t.. Low Bui'k

Pain IndigestionCunmipuiioa Pum.Hi!
!"Silk. NumbneM Pain,Pain
Pain in Hand. Down, l Leg s
Clay d


Electric \ -
Dr. Virgil Berry : \J


Mails 964-8018

Starke Clinic

Refundsby (Located at Dr. Dopson's former office) 864 N, Temple Ave. GIBSON -

OUR OFFICE POLICY IS: The patient and any other person responsible for payment hat a right to refuse lo pay cancel payment
Buster Rahn .. or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment which is performed Oft a result of.and FAMILY-SIZE
BCT Staff Writer '' within" 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free service examination' ,or treatment. AUTOMATICWASHER i

Clay Electric Coop mailed approximately ,
"52,800 checks Friday, ,; .. -

March 13, to members and former ..., ...'. -, ... .... ,. ... .
members of the electric cooperativewho "', ". J. Vigorous Double-
paid for services during the -i' -<, Scrub Washing Action
year 1977.Earlier. \. V
;. Gibson For EconomyAnd
this year Clay Electric w" '"/ :.;J
trustees voted to return$2.19 millionto .. ''''l .... .T Reliability.
1977 customers, the majority of ,. .
whom continue to be members of the V .... .... '"
7 .
co-op. ....... ,. ,.. 0-....,) $298
Clay Electric Co-op is a non-profit -.'- aj
organization which returns surplus .
funds each year to persons and
businesses who contributed to the ?
surplus by purchasing electricity in GIBSON
a given period.; 1987 marks the 12th
consecutive year surplus funds have \
been distributed. A I \j v I AUTOMATIC
Surpluses are distributed on a r \ fI DRYER
"first come, first served" basis, f
with 1978 members being in line for J\ pet { f e Fast. Effective,Economical
the next distribution, possibly next ., Drying Power

year. v -J Quiet, Efficient Drying System.
Persons who made payments to
Clay Electric !in 1977 should contactthe
office in Keystone Heights if they
fail to receive a check within a few ".'" L $248

days, says General Manager Tom

my Senior Discount Millican.Citizens AvailableAt Florida Federal CD : .

American Members Hospital Association of the Union of Retired County Apolden: oppctuni1y: ARKLA 't 1 1+1

Persons (AARP) and Union County '
, residents at least 60 years of age can
receive a discount on meals pur- withasilv
chased at Lake Butler Hospital GAS GRILL
Hand Surgery Center. lining

The hospital's cafeteria has e Electric Start
started a "Diner's Club" which offers 4
a IS percent discount on all At Florida Federal,our CD's give you acquisition. e Twin Stainless Burners y

meals purchased in the cafeteria. more than high interest rates, compounded for each$10,000 deposited or renewed-
"Union County has a active
chapter of AARP." said very Mary monthly. With a qualifying deposit, you'll up to five coins per customer.

Chance,public relations director for get a unique opportunity to own the newly Or deposit$5,000 for one year and get $98

the hospital. "We thought they minted one ounce American Eagle gold coin a free American Eagle Silver Dollar. Addor _
might enjoy having a"discount for the one ounce American Eagle Silver another year and we'! add another Silver
meals in our cafeteria.
The cafeteria is open to the public Dollar-or both. An opportunity available Dollar. _

seven days a week. Breakfast is only at Florida Federal. MINIMUM MINIMUM FREE SILVER BUY GOLD
served from 1 a.m. until 8:30: a.m. GO HOME WITH THE GOLD, Dt. '()SIT TERM COINS COINS GAS FISHCOOKER
Lunch Is from 11:30: a.m.until 2 p.m.
N sato, 1 1 coin -
and dinner is S p.m. until 6:30: p.m. s 5.11011 2yeara 2 coins -
Carry out service is available. Here's an investment that's worth its slalxxlyaar 2colna coin Iii
Members of Union County AARP weight in gold. Deposit$10,000 in a Golden
and residents 60 and over can stop Supplies are limited, so open a CD
Eagle Certificate, and can buy a one troy
by Lake Butler Hospital Hand account with For
us today. a golden opparofpocket $58we
ounce American Eagle gold coin at our out-
Center's desk
Surgery reception to won't want to .
you pass up.Florida
pick up their Diner's Club card. cost, and get two American Eagle
They are asked to bring proof of age Silver Dollars free!The price of the gold will Federal
and residency (such as a driver's be set daily and will be based on the New W' .
license) with them.
York spot price of gold plus our cost of Substantial penalty will.be required fornuly withdrawal.
Limit, two giver dullara per account.

:Ji .. isocv. a s

HEy... WHO 1Uf2tdED .. .
ours cf4fffu ) ,. $ &wcryalZ 1Ud Sawyer
',i "'::-. d .
: '1'I.
.. .
Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The/ Stark l J .. .
y. 220 N.Main Street '6707 Newberry Road 395 W.Madison Street IrA
The .squid has a unique way of escaping ., 1...... 377-3344 375-2700 964-5000 ,: .......... cl- :Ie I 1
.. ,
from its' enemies. When ., Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala i
closely pressed the .squid shoots 3501 W. UnlvarsityAve. Lawrence Blvd.A 3033 S W College Rd.
out a cloud of black Ink thus leavingits 373-6482: Sylvan Way 237-7204 332 W. MADISON ST. e PH. 964-77O1
enemy In the dark as It makesIts 473-4952 '
escape. ,


I ,

Page B SECTION March 19 IUN7

I Triest Celebrates Retirement After 37 Years in Construction !

Ernest Triest of Theressa began farming, and traveling in a new technical shop in Melrose, built In In 1958 Triest purchased I
work as a carpenter in the 1940s and built-to-order motor home with his 1951. which he did with Merle Keystone Millworks, located on
retired Dec. 31, 1986 with a multi- wife, the former Carlie Hall who Packham who didn't wart to go any SR-21 north in Keystone Heights, c-
million dollar construction company also grew up in the Theressa area. further Ernest Packhamout.
so bought and opened his first office in the
in Keystone Heights. Ernest was always too busy to go However, Packham worked for front of the millwork shop. Triest I
Some 150 friends, kin-folk, and to the grocery store, but now says He Triest for years afterward. hired his first secretary-bookkeeper
thinks nothing of gathering his three
employees gathered Saturday night employed
Mrs Grace Searle (
andCountry grandchildren into the motor home When Triest Construction Com- now
March 14, in the Starke Golf the Bradford Sheriff's
and off to The grand- was first organized, Ernest by Depart
Club to honor Triest on his going shop. pany
ment), but continued to do his own
retirement. Son Ernest Jr., who has children are Amy, 10, daughter of Triest was owner, estimator, estimating and general supervising.His .
and wife Vanessa and secretary bookkeeper, and expediter -
taken over the reigns of the company Ernest Jr. crew now included several
showed color slides of Amber, 4, and Aaron, 7 months; using his home in Theressaas capable superintendents and his
buildings built by Triest over the children of Ernest's daughter, Dora a base of operations, and often work had become more widespread,
past 37 years. The invocation was by and Lonnie Broome. Both families putting in 16-18 hours per day. covering an approximate 70 mile
Rev. Norman Redding. live right around Ernest Sr. in Ernest began as a house buildingand radius from the KH office.In .
Theressa.As it was not until 1951 he began to
1962, Triest hired his first
a young man Ernest Sr., the build commercial buildings. During estimator Joe Holton and book-
Ernest Triest he hasn't been a
says son of the late Sidney E. and Mattie those early years, capital was slim; office
With the
going to the office, except once a Padgett, Triest and began workingas but, due to Triest's keen business keeper. original
week to get his mail, since the turn the construction becoming very crowded, Triest builta
and gradually ability, fledgling
a carpenter began office located directly in frontof
of the Retirement will be new
year. small the side. His first business survived and began to
doing jobs on
the then office. An attractive
spend enjoying his grandchildren present -
.nmmprcial iob was the vocation- grow.Lunker
brick building was soon housing Y h Y wnn
---- work .
w his expanded force.In
i"elfby the last quarter of 1963, Trlest
incorporated Keystone Millworks, t. A V r i ir o
ARC with partners, and built a large new
1a shop, entirely separate from the con-
struction In 1966, Triest
Poq 1 :
lAq bought out his two partners and

Through the principals of "Nor made Keystone Millworks, Inc. a
malization", staffers emphasize activities family-owned corporation.In .
and programs to enable the ra 1967, due to the growth of the
handicapped person to become as wrL construction company, office space
productive and as independent as had again become crowded and a
possible. The ultimate goal always e large warehouse and office suite was !
throughout the program is to return added to the original Triest Con '
j i 'a4im
the client to living and working Independently struction building. Also during 1967, y,
in the community. rAL Triest combined his two business interests .T

At the present time there are over Because Keystone
55 clients attending the program, an Millworks was already a corpora- Ernest Triest Greets Guests...
increase over last year, which putsan tion, Triest Construction Companywas
even higher priority on obtainingnew ( made a division of the corporation Some 150 guests! filed by to personally greet retiring contractor Ernest
space in which to work and administer The articles of incorporationwere Triest after a party In the Starke Golf and Country Club Saturday night.

the variety of projects L trp 1 amended in 1970, changing the
which are going on constantly at the 1t name of the corporation to Triest 1'
facility.To L Construction Company of Clay Coun- HERE.TRyl

the clients, one of the biggest ty.Ernest ) ,y \ .
positive aspects of the facility is the t Jr. joined the firm in 1971 LY t _
warm relationships they form with and was elected secretarytreasurerof r -
the staffers, who obviously take a the family-owned coporation,with
real : Ernest Sr. as president, an
ongoing personal interest in serving
wine cured Insomnia.
their welfare and progress.The I& office he held until his resignation in People once believed cowslip

firm but easy-going attitude of December 1986.
the staffers make for a friendly atmosphere Fx Triest Construction works withihna
at the center, an atmosphere 100 mile radius of Keystone [ V .
which encourages them to flI. Heights, with commercial construc- 15' )/
progress. tion comprising the majoirty of it I .

"Our goal," Larimer said, "is to sowrk. The projects vary from
have each client here reach their school construction to low rent hous-

highest possible potential and attempt -i I ing to churches to banks etc. parts of Europe it was once believed putting cumin seeds In bread
to live as close to a normal life % A } would keep the wood spirits from stealing it.Probably always worked.too.
as possible. All of the training here is NL i
geared to the client becoming more _
and more able to improve his skills PRICES BEGIN THUKS.. MARCH IVin. THRU WfcLJ., MARCH 25th.
and learn new things each month to
eventually be able to live and workon

their own with minimal FN.Nifi .
y yr

..rN fewer

d lr'1 trr/e'r Ip pr fiprfl r'iq" ry Mr..rl A .

-_..----_...-.. ...--- .

/, Bass...! R" I

Lil Rod Crawford, 10, and John Crawford show off three bass caught \
Tuesday in Waltermelon Pond.The "little" fish weigh eight pounds each,
the bl 'un 16 pounds.
Lil Rod reeled in the 16 poundrr after daddy Rod Crawford set the hook.
Lloyd Crawford, following' about 50 yards behind in another boat,said the _- = = : BACARDI
big fish broke the handle of a new fishing net. (
Anybody want to guess where Watermelon Pond is? S r e r e i PUERTO RICAN

RAC rum,

= """ AMBER
-- sszot.


A t

Finished... French Impressionist Paul Cezanne was ouch slow worker that he was
forced to use wax fruit in his still-life paintings since real fruit would often _.
This client stands among some of rot before he was finished.Bradford. fill mmum
the finished products of Sunshine Industries -

which include wooden swIngs _
and other patio furniture, as Wi s r.
well as picket fence sections and rassn
many other items.

Workers at the center make a i F O1iL-(

variety of items, one of the most _
popular currently being a beautiful, ,,1 I'
heavy duty cutting Board which VODKA f4IUYTM5 ti II

customers have been snapping up. F LT5 LITER
The Sunshine Industries Voca- 59.2 ot. 80p
tional Rehabilitation program, or ChiropracticCenter
community placement program,
currently has three clients, who t i's nom,I rYy
have graduated from the work activity 25)) !
program which serves the
majority of adults at the center. 218 S. Walnut Street Starke

"The program works with the
'most-abled' clients who have the
potential to get a job in the outside YIELD
community' Laruner said. "The 964-4957 THE.xis KEYS e
goal is to place them in a job in the i a.uvs _
community and also to include it .
followup supervision. Responsesfrom --;:: '
the employers have been very S S '''
positive so far, some of them saying _

that our workers are some" of the Dr. W. David Sikes Dr. Richard C. Tuller i IMPORTED
best they have ever had.
Workers at the center are con- Mrs. Gayle Davis ; LAUDER'S
stantly in productive motion, making roo
about 400 wooden pallets and a w SCOTCH
variety of other products each day 1.75

and using power saws, aircompressed ,;Ediealty = LADDERS ao LITERS CASE OF 6
nailers and all the tools you might
find in a professional workshop."We 71.00
have never had a serious accident -
here," Larimer said. 411/A! ,
"Employers who have visited us and
the workshop have been amazed at 41 -
the good work habits of our clients.
The facility needs the a .
community's help to grow in order to s N m ,may
serve the needs of local clients. The CRIBARI -
new building program has a goal of 0' Ii,00
$176,000 which staffers hope can be F
reached soon. Members of the ,
association are distributing H&R Block's trained tax prepares
membership and contribution formsin understand the new tax laws. We'll CRIBARI i
hope of reaching that goal. answer and find you -
"Everyone is welcome to visit us the biggest rend you're entitled to. H&R BLOCKTHE NEW EASY POUR PAKI e
at any time and we hope they will back -BURGUNDYVW
decide to help in our goal." Larimer year get everything you'vegot
said. "I can assure everyone that LITER

their generosity and support of this WHERE MORE AMERICANS FIND A BIGGER REFUND. so.rw.CHABLIS-RHINE
worthy program will be repaid 99 oc
many times over by the increased .BLUSH
productivity of these special 964 N. Temple Avenue Keystone Shops
people." (Across from Courthouse) Across from TorwUloflar Motor)

I 964-8288 473-3646

I OPEN Monday-Friday 8:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday 9-5:00


.. .


March 19, 1987 B SECTION Pages

I Turner Named Assistant Superintendent of FSPLewis .1

E. (Pete) Turner. Jr.. 45. prison in the state.
was named assistant superintendent Turner's record of career advancement ed "East Unit," up until 1972 when In Sept. 1973, Turner was ap- Springs, was born in a Jacksonville
at Florida State Prison by Come- shows a steady upward the two prisons were separated.In pointed to the position of institu- hospital and grew up in Green Cove
tions Secretary Richard Dugger.effective movement with promotions comingat 1970 Turner transferred to the tional investigator. The job was Springs. He attended Clay County
today (Thursday March 191. Dog Yard, to utilize experience gained upgraded to lieutenant in early 1974. schools but left high school to join
regular additional intervals to compensatefor 'f .,. "- during his tour of duty with the In Dec. 1974, Turner moved from the U.S. Air Force at age 17. He

Turner is a career corrections Turner began responsibilities.duties as a tower officer l "',(''': :' canine section of the Unites States the security department, Into received a GED from the armed
employee,who came up through the at the facility currently knownas : Air Forces. The prison system classification. Many top administrators forces,but it did not meet Florida requirements -
ranks from a tower officer position, Union Correctional Institution ; Ii 5;;. canine program maintained three of the correctional so Turner earned
beginning in August. 1969. to the second 4UCIJ but was then known as, Ii. : .1b: sections"blood-hounds tracking" attack dogs, '-ailed system came up through the another from Lake City Community
highest administrative dogs, classification department. College. He continued his educationin
Florida State Prison (FSP). The 'f'd
in the : sometimes called K-9's and fence Three later in 1977 that
only maximum security ferrK'v;: now known as FSP was call- years April, school, receiving his
'. ..
dogs,which were mavricks kept between Turner was promoted to prison inspector associate degree in July 1972.
the outer fences of FSP. reporting to a Chief Inspector Turner earned a bachelor's degreein
After working with the dog program in Tallahassee, with statewide criminology from Florida State
Crosby Named for some 18-20 months, Turner responsibilities. He would hold that University in 1976.
was assigned duties inside the FSP position for the next 10 years, before Turner married the former Alene
institution, where he worked in all his recent promotion to assistant Robinson in June, 1965, and they
I security areas, before being promoted superintendent.Turner ha ve daughters and two sons rang-
RMC ttl AII to sergeant in Feb., 1973, and the son of Lewis E. and ing in age from 29 to 12 years old.
Assistantby given supervisory responsibilities. Jackie Hinson Turner of Green Cove They reside on prison property.

Buster Rahn He is married to the former Leslie \
BCT Staff Writer Oladell and the couple have two

With only twelve years experience children Trey age 6.and Brittany, .
Starke Councilman Jimmy .age one.Jimmy. Pete TurnerNew w Decade 80"
Crosby was appointed to the FSP Assistant Supt. f
position of Assistant Superintendent Cleaner with
of Corrections Reception and

Medical Center in Lake Butler. Power Surge"
Crosby a native of Starke. is one .. :
of the youngest asst.superintendents q Switch
in the Florida v..s.l ,
correctional .=.. ,. I I 4 +
system at age 34. His ::" ,
parents. Jim and Helen Barry ,, I
Crosby live in Starke. -::::>- IEll
Crosby attended Bradford County I
schools graduating from BUS in ?
1970. He attended Santa Fe Community Tea bags were first used in 1904,
College and received his when Thomas Sullivan a New York
associate degree in August. 1971. City coffee and tea merchant, tent
Two years later, in 1973. be was his customers samples of tea in
awarded a bachelor of science small silk bags Instead of in the
degree in communications from the usual tin containers.The customers
University of Florida. Crosby began to order tea leaves in bags
Since Crosby had a college degree New RMC Assistant Supt. after finding that the drink could be -
prior to going to work for corrections brewed easily with them. '
his movement up the career .,a
ladder differs from the majority of
institutional administrators.
especially those coming from the ?
Union-Bradford County area. YEARS EXPERIENCE w'
Crosby entered corrections in ? "
August, 1975. as a classification 5S '? Prices Good
specialist, assigned to the Butler '

Transit Unit, a subsidiary of RMC. t/ thru April 1st
located near Florida State Prison in
Bradford County in which an Pa Se/wcce
overflow of inmates was housed in tUH9 So Hurry and Save!

temporary quarters awaiting EXTERIOR a.troaKH.r.Motor'COMPUTE
transfer to .'
permanent institutions.In DIIQNID;;
1979. he transferred to RMC in
Lake Butler, to become Ad- BIU.SILCOX.JR. PHONE: 964.7625
ministrative Assistant to RT. I.BOX STARKE.FLA.32091
Superintendent James B. Godwin,a $119"Reg. Concept -- rj-0j
veteran correctioal employee. fj
whose knowledge of the prison One"Power 'YC.A D r
" //////// $149.99 .
system is unexcelled.In Pre-Seoson 'fS'SS/sliSf' /J J
Check Compressor, Bells DriveTMOuedrafleiTM
1982, when another temporaryunit
the New River Annex was Air Conditioner up to 2 cans Freon .. Agitation
opened in Bradford County near Special 10.95 .One-Speed Motor
/ Cord Wrap
FSP. Crosby moved to that facilityas ,, -
o Quick ft Clean
Classification a.lI..
heading up the Classification All Tires Made in the Good Old U.S. of A. Sell Bag Change Adjusting )
Department. He continued in the p Cp Nozzle
position until his recent appointment A' Dual Handle Release __
by Secretary Richard-Dugger.- -. GRAN PRIX RVS GLASS BELTED Brushed Edge Cleaning ..._t...ituohmM M

'rpdnG. SvmWepasfevenyafs _31 x 10.50 x 15w..,.......:'1S-.53.D0. P195.75B144.r.soNrr'29.00s- .

and city council served as mayor in 1982-83. He.. < '. x 11.SO x 15 f. x.61.00P205.75B14 .. . . '32.00 N HOOVER.SPIRIT I _- .1' Chrome Comfort plated designed steel grip handle

also served on the county C 33 x 12.50 15 78.00 P215-75B14 . . 33.00 I eo $ : Edgellght' cleaning

democratic executive committee, !Ix 15 LT :. 59.00 P205-75B15 . . '31.00 $249 1 High performance
6.0 Amp. motor
until recently. P22S-7SB15 . . '35.00 Portable-Canister 15 qt. top-fill bag
'a no E tr* to Balance T.re P235-75B1S . . '36.00 Vacuum C"'D"0 ATTACMMEWTSIVaaVhf. 4-poaitlon rug adjustment

Antique Show Radial XL Mufti( Mile WhitewallPI55 with Indicator

IOB-13 . . 0 . o. . . 30.00 Clean & Repair v _.....dR..ih..1rda.M... Reg. $299.95

Set March 2022By PISS SOR-13 . . . . '32.00 Wheel ; 4 3 WARRANTY THE EXCEPTIONAL WITHOUT ** "

Mark Friedlin P13S75R-14. Rapp . . .3'.11 Bearings ; EXCEPTION. $1 7 9

OCT Staff Writer ;P2057SR-14. o. Jktr n,H . . *39.0ri Wheel Drive > .*.3 ran far and One l labor Y.ar Woncnty Even Coven All Bags.,,Eo...

The big show is about to begin P20575B-15 0 \ B....V . . .UO( 2 Front Wheels> m.. ..BmttMandBulM... ... . wowi4 Reg. $199.99
The Woman's Club of Starke has ; P225 7511-15 . Ml . . . . '...0 5200P235 vw wP+w s vs'
scheduled their Fifth Annual Antique
and Collectible Show and Sale- 75B-15 0 .0. . . . . 454)t)
for Friday through Sunday. March Summer tREE SINCE 1923 90 Days Same As Cash.
20-22 with a special preview taught
DELIVERY"f Credit Terms Available
Thursday. March 19th.at the Brad- .-BRAKE or RearS Front End Alignment DENMARK
ford County Fairgrounds north of
the city on U.S. 301. 'mce 4495 lncMM CMtar.erNM.aoM la rn.niH.c- .
inn seea. hmnct mpenugil S OenAeF.Me. 1 FURNITURE
The 1987 Show will feature over 40 ;mrfap tte For lost UmirlCMl COT. 'runt wHellerMe =
w w .,,.. NEW STORE HOURS:
exhibitors filling two buildings with MMclu M Clwueltts sail.Pull(
--1.. altllUn..reNn. [."-" ( 8:00: ..... .:,. ....
just about everything a collector: --.. sees_ a-Meese- (with, coupon) 10Corbett's U.- 434 W Call Street / 411 W. M3dlso.51. ,
might desire i including Hununels. .e.ee Monday Friday *
country tin and wooden ware,quilts 5 Year rf 964-5826 964-5827 8:00: a.m. 1:00: p.m.
and coverlets. Teddy Bears china. Tires & Service a I
Battery ;: Florida Saturday
crystal baskets portraits. Depres- ,Nrer.A. I n Starke
sion and Carnival glass mirrors. U.S. 301 Temple Avenue -Starke Red Top L

stamps and coins restored as well 964-6436 ,' "
3995 'hid,4 >7Atd 1111.111. 7) Wf.l2'4'1' e Zlurwearr4 .
as original condition furniture.
books vintage clothing period
costume jewelry old and new
clocks. sterling and plate silver,,
Our Place

dolls The and show much grows more.in popularity each FREE Listen for Your ]Phone to Ring !

year a.; ttmr,Ce.(AceSteak
lectors who come from all over
North Florida and Georgia to the big Dinner You may be called to receive aStarkeKeystone
show which is held in two large t
display buildings at the County Melrose Cafe
Fairgrounds. Heights Shopping Spree

Again this the show will host
a "glass repair"year booth where small "J.--- ._ FREESpaghetti worth over $1200 in Free Gifts!
nicks and chips will be smoothed Dinner
from those treasured glass pieces

you wait"might basis.own OLe of on the a most"..bile popular you Catfish's Sandwich Shop Free Services! Entertainment! 2 for 1 Dinners & Specials i

additions to last year's show. sponsors

expect clients to be lined up for .., -.c.. o-FREE ALL FOR ONLY 19.95
this unique booth.
There will be more the Sob Sandwich Slarke/Kcydone/ Height Shopping Spree l III sponsored by the following merchants .
will feature
"White Elephant" items garneredby Captain Grog'sFREE
club members for sale which include Starke LanesFREE C.J.'s Cutt 'n LooseFREE Trimbles Karate Studio

items like potted plants and
home-made goodies like divinity, ,tAw..r>- FREE
penuche. sugared almonds fudge. BrralfaM
and others to munch while you 12 Came 1 or 2 people One Styled Haircut Karate Lessons

browse through the booths. Orian Wells
Tickets are SI In advance Chevy-Olds Pic- -Flick of Lawtey Doris! Hair ClinicFREE Boy n ton's GymFREE Merle Norman

(available from any Woman's Club FREE
member) or$2 at the door. and are FREE
good for admittance to both Oil ebangr ./p8fth_ of filter FREE
buildings through the three-day run 12 overnight movie rental One Styled Haircut Visit for 1 or 2
Facial I & ManienreCarey's I
of the show. If that isn't enough <<
Marion Tire & The
return on your Investment your Home Ent. ConceptsFREE The T.L.C. CenterFREE Beautique Flowers & Gifts
ticket also gets you a chance at one
of the daily door prizes of silver as FREE FREE FREE
well as the grand prize drawing to
be held Sunday of rtesoon. You do Tire rotation A Brake InapeetionBuddy's Nail PolifthChastain's
12 movie rental 12 Tanning Sessions Carnation
not have to be present to win any of

these three prizes. Garage The Jewelry
Hair Benders ISeoutique Williams Jewelry
The preview will be held Thursday
,March 19 from i toi p.m..when FREE
a $2 admission charge wia give yen FREE FREE FREE On.,CM On. FREE
look at the exhibits a nice
an early Jewelry CleanerPurple
Labe Job 12 Se .ion.
feature for serious collectors. One Styled Haircut Tanning 14K Gold Item
The Antique and Collectible Show .
and Sale is a major fundraiser the Merle Norman Studio Shear Perfection Body Image, Inc.FREE Gator Sabo's Restaurant
Woman's dub of Starke: the proceeds
are used to further the Club's FREE FREE One.CetOn.FREE FREE
many civic, charitable and educations Bay On.v Get
events which benefit the entire 5.00 Gift Certificate One Styled Haircut 12 Tanning Senaloni Clothing Plaza or Dinner


Pages SECTION March 19,1987News

. BriefsInmate

clinic for treatment before the correctional Recent ArrestsIn Glen Ilaati Shealy:was releaondea I' -r M'tIItra_<***bawl was according; to Patrolman Shuford.
convictedIn officers searched Favre's Ins ewareoe ..... Bond was.set at$000, he was releas-
October AttackA cell. No weapon was found in the Bradford CountyThe ed!GIll his own recognizance.
search. following arrests were made Ronald Lloyd Byor*.Sdrhrwtas l47li_Rrh! .2St.ftnwtarwa
Florida Stale Prison inmate was Favre is serving a life sentence by local authorities in Bradford arrested March 17lydtamdm.. ta- aamett o..JIILaIda:! .. ri9rrIDI3acrar-. ; James Michael! Wheeler 26, of
convicted in a jury trial March 16 in with a three-year mandatory County. tomcalmi, aoDonftnc to PatesB .. Ctb<< ,0"as il TEBnirry IIauImIm1II..r.a. : Alachua was arrested March 4 for
Bradford County Circuit Court of ag- minimum for a Dade County second- Sfaufcrd.Traffic. at 1CW.Har? bemg! DWLSv according: to Trooper D. C.
gravated battery. degree murder conviction. Keith Howard Redding was arrested --Ihr JtBarttM! > Ca nty. Robertas.: He was released after$210
Ovideo Favre,30,was found guiltyof March 14 for disorderly conduct cash bond:was posted,
attacking another Inmate by according to Sgt. W. C. Reno. John fiidard Uogrd! 4 Jadtasf 1Gt !IId Casr. .. d Pail ied
reaching through the bars of his cell. Redding was arrested at villa was aajthtod Man ISKrasuwski. toDWLS wets aerd :Mardi: fti Ihr dtwmgawdier Kenneth*X Broughton, 49, of Clay
sentenced Favreto Execution StayedFor floe anffhgtrre ..J11I1IaaJ! ) arrested March 4 for
Judge Osee Fagan McDonald's for a distur- .atxiordntg 9.Trw erPlaRq, ( ) County was
eight more years in the Depart- Death Row InmateU. bance. He was causing released aftera .Bond! matt met atL tasr. tfnc;tII !ii1t.Btew...Jh..nr u Cane's! DWLS according: to Patrolman
ment of Corrections to be served bond be was released r tafrecognizance. war Kathy Best..He was released after a
consecutively.Inmate S. District Judge Thomas E. $100.75 cash was posted. mqt'! $2IOi cash bond!was posted.
Levi Henry III was being Scott of Miami issued an indefinite C2ec3ssetety bawd was pnatedLBdbott
escorted by a correctional officer to stay for Levis Leon Aldrich,scheduled George Fonzo Prevatt,Jr.was ar- Tommy lee Akmd: ... 2L e9Badotd Eldbn Edward Darrah 36, of Collier -
have his hair cut the evening of Oct. to die March 18. rested March 12 for trespassing on was arrested! Mardi IX onwarramrts Btncc Jntan: *.2X rf Shake County was arrested March 5 for
16. Henry was struck while on the Aldrich who was on his third school grounds, according to Chargmlg_.w dr IIr's! wras atiaeoa4 g ale s Bar SOlt,asrmmdtrgllaltauMne OWLS according to> Patrolman
cat walk in front of Favre's cell,ac- death warrant, was scheduled to die Patrolman R. J. Shuford. Bond was license and n*valid --1IuC RsyShufuedlJtdms : Best He was released after a $210
cording to Assistant State Attorney Wednesday for the 1974 shorgun set at$101.25, he was released on his JwLtJotmDemjHifyBced _-*-- IIIIb8II! me lt BaCteU.yz rr I fte lEash!bond was posted.Eugene .
David Giant.Favre reached through slaying of his employer, Robert own recognizance. after a SZffiLS eas: lewd stss wssdierad" attar a SHEZjUt oaatta
the bars of his cell and severly cut Ward, manager of a Fort Pierce Ponce ... gwaspai>aMl Smith) of Starke was arrested .
Henry on the face with a razor edge restaurant. Ward's body was found Wendell Lorenzo Shanks 18,was March 10for wilful-wanton
weapon. The officer grabbed outside DiVagno's, which had been arrested on a warrant from Alachua Billy Bag Bdl, dGsalamwas FInlllltJlilcjk CwOnr.2>*of DttwaJIiaauall reckless driving. according to
Favre's arm and testified Favre hada robbed of its Labor Day bar and County charging two counts aivested! lAarcb U tar'vulSiitwrtMBreckle Ceme4r was _. Ware S for Patrolman M. D. Spears. He was
weapon in his hand. restaurant proceeds.His burglary of conveyance and two idnwmeaiidPDI.Jii] ..!uiiiiiaB clomta! 4 wID IP limas suspended) released! after a $157.50 cash bond
Henry was taken to the. prison warrant expires at noon today. counts grand theft, according to Lt. Co Pa1JrGbmm SiIud8rd. JIdI .son ,454L. sdpoaisdgasuabis was posted

. Bradford State Attorney's Office Receives 58 New Cases in FebruaryThe -

Bradford Office of State At- Department of Corrections. three years probation make restitu- aggravated assault;; d-- iD- fwr Wjattmgtnra Eirty ar- arrested Oct. 5 for escape; sentenced -
torney Eugene Whitworth received Linda Budget arrested April 9, tion. Arrested Dec 1986 for VOP; sufficient ewidemoedant : as t8 tins.rdCuttia .. messrC]rarma:B br uraermq forged one year one day DOC.
58 new individual cases and/or 1984 for issuing worthless check; pl- probation modified. dLrTr: peed amity even five Inmate: Jeffrey M..Garrison found
felony defendants for prosecution ed guilty given two years probation. Walter Jordan Padelford pled S. Stmmara aaesadJaly w_ansstat mate rasticunom.eacte: : guilty escape sentenced to one
during the month of February. This Arrested Dec. for VOP, probation guilty to battery and trespass Oct. 30 for(burglary grand teflU!;tilde JIIi.s :year one day DOC consecutive.
included two cases which were continued. 14,1984; one year probation,restitution dent sentenced em MbariHaaft*. -tlia ed ass= zeieyest Severn Inmate George Krehorski found
prison related, according to Investigator Debra Ann DeSue arrested for and fined $250, 30 days county Lucian Blacker arrested Arq L 3 arldd ...JI1 fill forgery. bah guilty escape; sentenced one year,
Wiley Clark. delivery of cocaine; pled guilty jail. Arrested Dec. 1986 for VOP; for poIHieIIiilllD o lfasrm Jbjv __ IIIryIlll!a.ostbtrimsnt atSaraioae one day DOC consecutive
Information was filed on 24 prior given five years probation. probation revoked, fined $250. victed felon, poessria e.mled! _Jr seut prsbattomsaurglarg : Anthony Leonard Aaron arrested
cases and the office declined to prosecute Isidor Hernandez arrested June, James Jenkins found guilty of firearm; CHI iI:1: odSt8 mwdl ... Jam.:24 aggravated assault; case
28 cases. 33 cases were 1985 for sexual battery pled no con- trespass Dec. 1985; given one year meaD division: c.q aJrIRr transferred misdemeanor dm-
dismissed. There were no jury test, placed on HRS community con- probation six months county jaiL .. grand! stow
trials. The office filed one felony ap- Arrested Dec. 1986 for VOP; probation A3metI.e. CbmaD Lee arns1Id! SIpII.2Z maefL; ifs IItJIIItY: grand thefts Charles Edward Lee arrested Oct.
peal. trol.Tommy Crumpton arrested April revoked and new probation m. prmtJpIII as 1sa degiwe t8 _n. _111-.years DC follow;. :2 fur grand theft; to be filed at a
No judicial action was taken on six 1985 for burglary, grand theft; pled given. forgery tasuStaaat evrdome s is .ffittajramnsejeBBai pmHaCK>i& Above later date.WUlieJames
cases and two violation of probationswere guilty to trespass, given one year Inmate Jack James McHaney pl- this deieada> .. iII")'ii s Ie:served ewwecunvefGadbers Strong Jr. arrested
filed. Two pleas of guilty were probation.Arrested March for VOP; ed guilty to battery of law enforcement Glenn Russell arrested: OBL%tir iJrJUI! Aug... 23 for burglary grand theft;
accepted. found guilty, sentenced to one year officer; sentenced to five years armed ttnirglary game! if1*!*. .JC- : arrstrd Den: 1384 victim: : does not wish to prosecute.RonaldDavidSmttharrested .
Forty-three misdemeanor cases Bradford County jail. DOC, consecutive. gravalod battery; ansnffiicimft mar II t_evsuiw eel contrntiedon : Nov.
were filed and eleven prior cases Carl Andrew Jackson arrested Curtis Sumner Simmons pled no evidence as 9a this t/demtint .....__-: pled ndtgbadetergofcrai to,for carrying a concealed firearm;
were dismissed by the office in June 27 for delivery of cocaine; pled contest to aggravated batter; three Terry Lee Ttatjcr jmnaed Sept gteeGveyea !plmtlatlam case lacks pvasecutive' merit.
February, said Clark. The office guilty, given five years probation. years DOC followed by ten years 12 for resuming oQicer-mctib ATJHTHIMI Jaaaaey SOT VOPprob! ; : Willie James Snail Jr arrested
declined to prosecute eighteen cases Cheryl D Willingham arrested probation violence,battery: a d raJamnemsn Otorn loBcer mqpasttdi am order Jam 5 for grand theft auto, petit
and three cases were dismissed by April 2 for forgery,uttering forgery; Inmate Ronald Lee Scott pled guil- offaoer1zaasetae!! too medlemonondrvrsion. "" -... wrs .gransedoaur fIl theft;defendant being prosecuted in
the judge. There was one nonjury pled no contest, placed on three ty battery of law enforcement of- AiMtate Aamn: Stantsum! : another Jurisdiction.
trial and 15 guilty pleas were ac- years probation. ficer; sentenced to five years DOC,
cepted. Andrea Bailey Hurt arrested April consecutive.Six NEWSPAPER FACTS
1 for unauthorized use or possessionof charges of forgery and :
Two petitions were filed in driver's license; pled no contest, burglary against George
juvenile court. The state attorney given two years probation. Washington Early dismissed,defen- The Bradford County Fair Book which includes
dismissed one juvenile petition and Ralph Edward Griffis pled guiltyto dant sentenced on other charges. ,
six received nonjudicial action. One. trespass while armed May 1982 Fred Carlton Ward arrested July schedules of events, fudging rules and hundreds of other
The office ArrestedMay
of was accepted.
plea guilty given two years probation. 29 for criminal mischief grand
declined the recommendation of 1985 for VOP, placed on Com- theft; restitution made. facts will be inserted into the paper. Watch for it Soon!
HRS on 17 petitions.The munity Control. Arrested Nov. 1986 Harold Paul Brown arrested

disposition following during cases the received month final of for DOC.VOP, sentenced to 12 months August made. 7 for grand theft; restitution The Fair Book wilJ gatmoaetr97 Irestmles in Bradford! Union Counties and

February. Russell Manning pled guilty May Eddie Soloman Dean arrested Oct. Keystone Helghls. We will r fltfircugira trite pest office over 3,15O copies.

Larry Allen Lebowitz arrested 21 three, 1984 years to grand probation theft,;ordered placed on to 26 dismissed for carrying, insufficient concealed evidence firearm as; We hope that ci 1 of Aoselfincaffcnracff! cur 29,000 plo readers will attend the

Sept. 18, 1985 for burglary grand make restitution. Arrested on VOP to this defendant. Fair See you there April J, I9E7Introducing
theft pled guilty to grand theft and warrant Dec.; made restitution in Evelyn B. Tyler arrested May S
was given 30 months probation. Arrested January, probation terminated. for grand theft; restitution made.
and found in violation of probation
July 1986. Arrested Dec. for Eddie Speed pled no contest to Jonnie B. Brown,Jr.arrested oct.
VOP, sentenced to 2V4 years in the burlary of conveyance Nov. 12 1985; 26 for carrying concealed firearm.

. 18th Annual Spring Arts FestivalThe the 1988I

ment Corporation, in the form of
for children to
"hands on" workshop
18th annual spring arts get a chance to create their own art. purchase awards. In combinationwith calibreof I Silverado All New
the a high
festival is set Saturday, April 4, Two hundred artists have enteredthe prize money
from 9-6 and Sunday, April 5,1-6, in competitive division, which offers artists has been attracted to thisyear's From theGround
downtown Gainesville, on Northeast more than $10.000 in prize Pick Up
Arts Festival is the
First Street, between 2nd and 8th The Spring
muiicy All equal amount has been most complete presentation of art m Up
avenues.The festival is sponsored by Santa pledged by businesses and individuals this area. It is a wonderful oppor-
through the SFCC Knrtow-: tunitv to view many new artists
Fe Community College the, GainesvilleArea its Endow ,...............---.--.- .- .................................
ment Corporation, :
Chamber of Commerce, and COUPON

the For city 18 of Gainesville.years the Spring Arts Special! Carpet Cleaning Isswt..aatr.arwiiiowaaa.
Festival has helped residents of e.cts aataltsir
for Spring.A .
North Florida prepare
This years's festival features more PvW a I F rnsrr
a ss
than 250 artists and craftsmen. They }; room
will be traveling to Gainesville from 1y0, $995 2 minimum
all points of the U.S. and from as far c S .
i Hiram or nhampuo'He :
as Canada. Many local artists will c\<
also be featured. Move The Furniture" S AllAntilodc New feL3tares
For two days, eight blocks of Nor- Senior Citizen & Military Discount;
theast First Street will be lined with Brake System .

and booths three exhibiting dimensional all art.forms Last of year two Special: Sofa & Chair '29.95 Independent Front Stapeasiton -

85,000 people attended the festival, Warranty Customer satisfaction :

with an even larger turn-out expected '" money-back guarantee.Professional :
this year : One Piece Cargo Bed
service with
There will also be performing arts SAVE *2fl0OJMlorelnteriiorizoos
with ballet, clogging, Greek folk personal touch. Christian. NewAenC5 Dt'H.ga
dancing and belly dancing. Music oriented
and a variety of international foods company. .
will ber available, too. a GM Factory
An extra highlight is an area for : = I Please EQUIPMENTa5DEngane
high school and younger artists to CaR 964-4485 Rebate on
display and sell their work. The
children's emporium will allow Complete Janitorial Service Available-
youngsters the chance to make their lacking Dii3 CM m1*iitudl Chevy CarsExtended

own art purchases, unsuperviscd, Cleaning Co.BODY 4 Speed Au D. TrammigaiiofiP.S.
for under $10. And the Kiddie art Rite-Way Carpet

area will offer face oamtina and a S .....a...........a... .....a..a........aa....a..a .. P.L, Till, Crurae, Stareou to

Cass., Inl Wipers. alp:: April 7th-

IMAGE, INC. and morel

Exercise & Aerobics Studio

We Have Six


1987 Calais New
''Sf' ? ; f '
'. .:>_ .'t.. J" 1986 Models
....';. ,. '
)f'f 'Ii, '; Coupes

HI-LEVEL With Rebates TremendousSavings

j up So
rrtaat wm


Certified Instructors ((7 yrs. exp.) Sriertpd1Vcdets AocPvORIAN

Pulse Monitored

Raised Wood Floor

i." wI WELLS


ULS.331 North

5 Mornings & 4 Evenings a Week Hwy 21 North Keystone Heights Srillct 372-0183 SL.-4S4.73OO. Lax 282-4522]

Featuring Rubber Band/Tubing Work-Out 473-3324 / 473-4106 473-3784



.. .. "' oc ,,'" .. , _. 1(1, , ... .
. ,. 0 -. ,_ . ,, p, .. ... .... .. .. .. " ", . .. ", ...

t b )



Bradford_Square ,Shopping Center 964-6946

Sharp 25" Crown Buy a 27" Sony

TELEVIS) .ON Stereo Radio

Detachable Speakers Television
Reg. 469 Dual Tope Deck


Reg. $99.00 The finest made television

-$ 3 4 900- -- I
$79.00 in America. Pay as little -

., .. .
i'd.. .... "' '' ". ,,"'' ,
CASH 'I" '-" "'" "'", ". ''', n -"" oc as $1O.OO per week

for 2 years


FINANCINGAVAILABLE I I WORLD'S D-5 FIRST PORTABLE .2001 Free 1\oviesr! .. .. .. ... .
COMPACT DISC PLAYERSamesizeasaCDlacket . : : : '

with this purchase No. 2775R

I Home use with supplied AC adaptor

Portable use with optional battery pack

Automatic Music Sensor (AMS)

Easy Payment Plan Available I Fealher-Ir-chcO"IlroIs Music search Kf Feature* Sony

LCD dispia/! track number and time. .Frert sloe: heading spoeer

> cOI'1I
Pay by the week, .F'ceIVcg'l!
.Oigsai OsOetf fcr mad* art) mne*
nt-tom Compact Disca
mtnasm seancft Itneson20Hz23
the month. .
or by < < iHz fctcuencf nesparra*and
orwaee 9Gc9 Ojrarmc' tangs

U U _

Fisher 1OO-Watt per Channel'l

Audio Component SystemPut E I

more onjoyment into your musical
listening wth this new audio component
system (torn Fisher, A 100 watt per -
channel amplifier with a built.in 5 band Make Us
graph ixuali/er| featured AM/FM .
tuna dual< cassette deck with high An
speed dubbing turntable and three>Nsyspeake'sblendlogelhelocealetrue 'Ai

high'fidoUj, ,' sound An attractive I { Offer! _I---__ $199 :ii_
Component cabinet with glass door and ---
also,included i 9 -----
adjustable testers is id3.l -
Don I mi&s the great sound and value ol
this power packed system Come in lora {

sensational performance today Fisher Makes Video Tape Viewing

too Warts per channel minimum/ BMS O
power into 8 ohms from 20Hi iOkHtwifn I
no more than 0 5% THO f ;

FISHER Easier Than Ever!

699 This new ....asher'CR was designed with

complete convenience in mind. Just load

.. the tape and the Auto-Furtion t i3 do the

rest including automatically rewinding .
Fisher Component System with the tape and turning its po*crc 9rAtn, the T $ :; ,

Quartz Digital Synthesized Tuning tape is finished Plus.ilh rtsSlAmctJon:

and Built-in Dual Cassette Deck wireless remote control you can pujfiiam ItzozB
the VCR for unattended recordings

II you're looking /lor convenience and ICST23 lnelud>i directly access TV channels or scan videotapes
"high tech features. Fisher presents r AM/FM Stereo Rucaiver/Oual -
at "super" h&i "speeds' to locate a -'-- ---- -
this! new all-'n one component system Caaselt DeckISam-Automate' .
There a receiver with, quartz digital Turnaow (MC723B) specific scene.For the best in convenience
and 12 station I Ful Range Speaker (MS106)H3
synthesized tuning Remote Controlled VCR
presets ((6AM.6FM), a dual cassette. and value+ see this Fisher VCR today! Programming
deck with high speed dubbing semi,
turntable and a&band graphic I FISHER'automatic
equalizer Fisher also/ 'includes a pair olgreatsounding '
stereo speakers See this
'line, value today'' F"H4000eaturn
Key Features C VHS Formal DHQ 6ikSa Qrmbrpt piclaaea !
$.0 wane Br chmimml minimumKM C Remote oontnAad 11-daji4-.et CJrcuitrj: ?l- FISHERpwercaf
*fumft Mat,writ a orMia no mon, fromlOOMatMMa. Uun $ pngr-.JIIUIIabIo bmcr C Ftil -jfc 4- an D s tmob fcr automaCicH

8._ THO 24 9 "Surxi' ht Mpeed fonatd ant reverse. roarp S Two cauetta sections and high speed
duDDtng'Id*convenient cassette to- picture search: prondes tie sonnsng*
cauMa wading either nine .r 24 tone normal plavfaack O Remcte ooranoffled OTR(Quick Tuner
a U Guam Dolby'"digital noise lyntnasiied reduction tuning win Ren h.. $3 2 9.00 speed EP mule R<< dr.Q IeIIIb 114I'b Z"--

12 nation,presets((6AM6FM) loraccuial r. lllnpaible quartz PU. G Still picture EP snoJrt
instantanaout slalon s Mct>onBmit $
,in 5 band "" equalizar for digital synthesized tuner 3 29
cuMom:luuonng,: ot muse lj 21-AinctMm tnrdett remote contnl ...zb FVH4000Fls
a Full,range stereo soaakxs 10-key ranoVim channel: i iIIIXI:5&IlfllIIIIII1111 :

!! Illllllllllilllli! : Ilil !"I!!! "liilij'jml/i:! '! /

{ I' ', ""Iftl! II "I d,I "I.i ':"
::1"1" ,, :i '.,I, "I'I; !
t, 1Ij"dt ,:..':-!tl.l: "' !I'! ;:!1i'': "lf7;' ::1.;.a!' Fisher Stereo VCR with
i 1l ll',Iit,i I \ II !,"' ), I 'i
:: 11j'"JjI.{ I Ijl .IIIJ1'tjl"j. :"1i I Ir
ti; III; li' "I I I
r r"Ifl'I

: l ;;; ;'" '' I! )l ''iidlIn Jt f OnScreen Programming!

I lll !,.IIil'I"I',l''I!' _._.; $ l lf

''I I ,::11. '"It ..Jh
f Islant.,seer_ -
I s..r a.7 aaaienmrnw
--- ] w
--- I ..e-=:..,__
_""_ __ ._
;; =="", _0: 9 eat Use Your TV Screen
-- for
__ Easy Programmingof

:.;--::w -.. -- =:-:- ::...-:.fa a a..w.as
this New
'r 50-V/att per Channel --= -- ..-... .--__--,. .

Auulo Component System _____ -;::-__.__ Fisher VCR!
nn 01 i _... ...ae s
Fisher's lifelike quality ol sound can beyours .::.s see::.: r : : tinit a e e .:
with this, economICal h.N'featured t -.. ..
..in .. a tai ate. s s w
audio component system A!50( -war per .
channel amplifier with a built.'in S.band s otrv sake;;- s s s .
graphic equalizer. AM/FMlUner, dual ,Q, -tape w+Oeu. .urr.a0itrr ae era .. ,'
cassette deck with. high' speed dubbing, ,. .
h nr ._-- .A_.. -- I
turntable and great-sounding Sway -
I __. .__. I
speakers deliver. all the music A custom e' +t r'w"" ------. "_ I
rlklwa.e --- -arR
component cabinet which'featuresrecord 1 ,::I !!! ;
storage space and glass door is .
also,included And. the system can fiohceF"H9Z0 F.rs '
1t891lye.pendnIOaneudtol\/ldOO 7 rw.a-.rewwd r.-_ QwO.e C .Gr..4k :
system with the **tion,. ol an optional 0..._ J'5 Q..e s..n-wr:r.na_
Fisher, stereo' moraiu" +Revision) at._twrwro__..+.-c-.t ---*..- .....S.Vfren YCT< .i your TV *eel giMdn .....
t Aaw TsA.ae1 .
0 MT(%Mn.k_<1V_ _Tr J t_r-.to_ !,:"", 4. ri'a..ah _hh".Fn\" ;; :'
/ .
50 W./fIperch..nnelm""umRMS" ....
n-_*..T--wit........ 11r. "Rae.w a. err ears tee wow VCR la And
power ant 8 oIImllrom ?OH20AH/ sa e-ar.d___ ..JHJc----" emmed rikw-wnss.......Nov wconfc and pby"w.mrwiK irou alit
with no more than 0 5% WO rs.z L+ ro Fn .al a fa...ifo uxnant rfB art felt niinniwnc rrrm ...emiorhvown
a -a.-a....-.r rm ASHER ....eaFISHER' .....Yac ., eeee dti ihowi- a> mrll pnf
P&M's.rr.-dsrrG.r. ,,'CIt.. ....r__ acadathrmwaknmp.Snairerdl. -
I S.I ___-" ....taw anJ hnr. -trm.iw F..h..VCR.all .
..........-- A............. taut

$599 $499t

4 ,

t J

Page BSECTION SlartbiSLESB7Starke

I t'_ > Area Want Ads .' .'- I


1977 CORVETTE.sAwrgroy.M._anrarwDD. ""QPUPS:Ante ....Bust .
....n71 ar M>*. : 2/96: tfe den dom shot CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
oM reuvdv 1129 large pool, tennis, better than. condo -
19M FOOD AEROSTA XL 8.0OO ..!... to the Bradford County
..... 473-297: 3.I* 1apd furnished
........... HiMiod ........... automatic. everything $250 per Telegraph office In writing and paid In r/1'rwiIkar
wek ((4 people). St. Augustine Ocean
pope .. SI4.000 Cad 533-2302.: 159J7 advance unless credit I I. already
LAND Resort, near Crescent, Beach limited
4pd. :II2i FOR SALE established with this office
dons available, reserve now.Call Bobb .
MCKUnr COMET.MM w good carrdi- REALTY
Strickland. 9044715636 anytime. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
** .... Verier. 11'2DO..071.
-" >
IOT M dlYs S6.000. c.*4M-5764 altar '
2/26 4Ktig 3/19
3U-19 Itchgran. S. call ....5251. 3 O7 rfn
3919 IIIIIIOIn' CAPO .... .irh Mods 13))ACRES THE TELEPHONE A! iqI
: 2 H *rae tor ,....... c *r PHONE 964-77/6
AwN, PS. ... AM.'FM redo 6 /w. asrs> cleared GREAT lor covntty REWARD Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.

cyflP.*. --... Body .* oxcelleHttMBO' Iinng oror.imsksw..vdp s...... NOON prior to Thursday publication 205 N. Temple Stark I

., Hwftor need *wne>..0. S15OO.CM '- ....... ......... __ II1IC.. S..aralmn.y SSM REWARD for information leading. to Minimum charge I 15 words for$3.50
9....*4aa or....<<137. Ask far JudyorT.rfr.riU .aknq parse nee*. S3B.OOO 1w recovery of ono mole redbone and th.n 15 cents for each word thereafter. Cecelia Terwlllegar

*> ca.ha$12000do.mdpo...........olS23O one male walker. Merrill Griffi. God bestow His love
and on
I9U 2MXJC. 2+2. ......... a- ...... __.S .fc*area,cad*.443.tfejo ..*.6767.3119 "neFOR Today always may you.
$5900:9.....", .39 ItpdI9M

4 cyl... 4 pd.? GOOD CONOITION. 16 200: tt. "--9-.. Call offer Sp' SALE
964-4S73 offer S OXJIK.. 3V19 2tpd :I'MI97 -. 964-SO5. 3/1*llttng FOR SALE HISTORIC 3,930 SQ.FT. HOME lowt.y on 4.9 ocr..completely. furnished 12

FOOD THUMDUMtD. PS. PS.loaded. ElECTRIC GUITARS 2 KRAMER guitar K 65 MH. Zoned for 3 additional mobile homes pecan tree, magnolias and
-..- comdroom.. %...5137 endorsed Edward Van Halert. I axoleos.
PERSONAlSonnCfS by yr.
3/19 l pd UNITED REALTY OF STARKE 1640B 5,
oM"Strykor"with Hot Seymore Duncan Walnut St. 964-8447, Fred Sackett
1972 CHEVY PICKUP. t)% br' SUeD
WANT TO DOMBI1MATS pickup and co.. 250. Also on. SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal corner
....*offer. Phono- 7B2-32O. .3191tdgMOTORCYCLES Broker John Curl. Associate 12/18
"Foctm" model w/hordshell
YOU*BUSMCfS case TFN lot 12' X 65' MH separate well & septic tank 2 storage sheds.

WANT TO STOPS S3OO.Regularly $370 and $520 at music OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and SUBURBAN LIVING AT ITS BEST 5 acres, 3 BR, 2 BA stone fireplace, energy

THAT OURS store Perfect condition. Call 964-63O5 dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin efficient, freshly painted' Inside and out fruit trees, pump house, stocked fishpond
..... or 473-4300. ask for Mark. 2/26 tfn
1"1.ow. camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. 12' X 32' storage with 9' drops, CHSA heat pump.
179 SUZUKI C.S. 43S. cod $5,450 w$150 dn., $63.71 monthly
ram good SI4.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn BROOKER 3 BR, 2 BA FRAME HOME on 2 lots Close to school CHSA city
Jimi..94-0431 after.....3/19 ischg -"east's ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438
CHAM UNK FENCfe Imsa-Ved. Fro* CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: % ton anything you .v... 2/12 16tchg 5/28 water $44,000.'OWNER .
HABCT-OAVtDSOM 1'965XLOt Spar ........A,,'.*. front or rear, auto WILL TAKE LOSS-3 BR 1 BA. lot. $25,000.
estimates. Newly painted corner
Mr.. ........ mm at best offer. Ph. I4ody-Her Co. FOR SALE BY OWNER 1 V, acres -
782.3209.rdh9 3'19YARD --Tammy ........... *64-BS5*tin tr_. transfer toss. 2 different Grocery store with living quarters liquor 12.8& ACRES Pond, Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Ave. 8 Forsyth Rd 26000. I
GlASS CUT TO ORDER Dams mmArm. *. types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. store 2 rental units 14 x 18 MEANDERING CREEK divides 2 high sides, SR 100 W, just over the county line .

eoc. JACKSON BUUMMG SUPPLY. Coll 964-5812. Tfc. work shop Highway 20 Garnett, SC. well maintained 2 stocked fish ponds singlewlde on 3.3 acres, high & dry !
SALES 9666078. Orders also Mfcen'n Lake NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 18006252825. "pdCAMPERS beautiful setting.FISHERMAN'S I

.........496-307*and Keystone Merits, Measure:24x36". 25 cent each. Great DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage, drive-in boathouse f

THRU FAIRY kiddy March 20. 347 4114973.216 Mrs for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH OR & screened deck overlooking Crosby Lake Inlet. CHSA.

North Own, S.. .3O 500. Many HANDYMAN: coo_..... paMno.. efctricol 135 W. Call St. 9646305. EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY-50 acres fenced & crossfenced. 3 BR 1 BA home
Ac.llorc.os co.pl.'. homo :..parrR.a.wrdr4. ROILS Of HAY; $2S$2O. All hay under TRAVEL TRAILERS aluminum siding. 2 trailer hookups, 4 chicken houses, fully electric.Owner
large barn on west .id. of Hwy 16
COVMEB OF MADISON a WALNUTNat finance Present all offers
about 7 rmle/ north of Starke toward
Call Mrtch. 473-3W40L 1j*..fnFA
to Sock ._. Bradford Farm 7 Minutes from prison on 1
I9S4 CHATEAU MARK V, 33 ft., loaded. ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. acres.
pro.OIder hay and 1 leave itunder
neU> BOOftNGs Fre. _._... your
Bw.w. Wowaw's Anwiliory. Prec*.dgo 9000. Call 964.5318 7823786. 3/5 16. Great home for trailer 16000.
IJcemed. __... and .......... AMtypes my barn until you need it.D.liw.ry.voclably or Hwy space.
to Ifrdney fwod A Vouttt 7'/t' In middle of
Program. .. .at extra charg. Arthur tfnchg IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT Secluded 1980 DW ceilings |
of ..
Saturday only.9-S.3/l tpdLADIES 374-1443 roofing... ropaws. 406.1566ar Gaskin 782-3727 or 9646167. 4 acres, Inground pool wooden deck playground equipment. 59000.
e. ifnthg
LACCC SIZES. kids clothe. .fins. 5 lots-Kingsley Lake Village. $30,500.
AlICIA roll at farm. UNCROWDED cottage
BCFSBGECATOBS andfreiie'l per
girl dresse*. mtif. O..:301 ocr_from
Selling price |
PinG ..... Friday Saturday. 913/19 in n>y.....I......<..or trade Defoery available. 7 mile west of MOBILE HOMES SAMPSON LAKE LOT OWNER. Approx.
1 1I pd Mod applionces..i9-2D90. 12>'25 ifn S-.. on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskins. $18.190, $2,000 dn. 10% Int. 10 yes
NEW CBOUNO nOVNNG 46a-IMO.3IS ....11356.. 11/13 tfnchg FOR SALE AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange 8 Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba..

HOMES 5II.t 412IlACIUIOE NICE TOPPER!for short wheel bas.truck CH&A LR, DR. family room 8 patio. 60000.

BUUDOZZX L TRACTOR SIOO. Call 964-8848 or 4733627. 1/29 NEW t USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven thousand four

FOR SALE WOW $oasonaWo rm.,. 7823267. APPKOX.ROLLS OF RIG INSULATION Wells at ASW Mobile Homes 964.6407 hundred six sq. ft. In bldg. with 150'on Hwy 301 X 254'deep. Parking space for

3/12 2pd 3/1. below co.'. 964-8848 or 4733627. 2/5 or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw 30 cars $199.0001 Spaces to Lease__
S3MW mesa rake Mxs. bewthrl. woood I WOUlD UKC TO BABYSIT your cMaVen TOMATO-PEPPER PLANTS. CherryHybridStandard. LOOKING FOR A NEW MH7 We have a THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon doublewide-Sampson Lake

from. 3 B*, 1 $A hground ...... wrh approai in my__.day*.4-732l.3KI22Mbg Wholesale or retail. 12 X 50 with new kitchen bath, panelIng Access, $35,000. Great Getaway
.. gTI Sewesd.ared lead acrd CIIbowe 3/1*. Call Reed farm 4682539. 2/26 4tchg carpet windows, doors, etc. RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH LOVELY LANDSCAPED SURROUNDING

:u ft. pool. Call ortw 9 ....... KEYSTONE FENCE CO. E _-.. mcfiain 3/19. Terms available Call 4681323. 2/12 2 BR 2 BA, doublewide. 1.76 acres. Close to Crosby Lake. 39000.

M-f or -iiiiinn OM .... --.... knli < aB type l rrccngFt._ VW ENGINE. $75; Washing machine. TFN SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ac. 700 ft. bldg. 4 spaces r.ned1200
964t6a.. Esrwm.L Rm.dmw.al. cc.aI.1ndustnaI. also hove for AMC Call 2 REPOS TO CHOOSE FROM Call Gerry
l/ISpd.rksd9 SIOO; cor part mo. Trailer sales space, $1,000 mo. 175000.
MUST Sail 3 t* ......... 5....show R.or.av...aal and pr nary. ....1788. 3/19 Irpd Collect. 272.6827.3/12 tfn RENTAL INCOME one bedroom 65' x 130 lot. 10000.
Stork ..*.....to*. next to 301. Font Repon. CM* us a try. MC ? ALMOND COLORED ELECTRIC STOVE & 2f X 10 CHAMPION HOME $366 per 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd Owner will finance I

Cal .*..7ZN or 964-4705 after 6 p.... Visa473434O or 473-7907 afner 6 p.m. dishwasher. $100 each: garbage month. Call Bill collect. 2726827. 3/12 82322. A smart Florida Investment I

21 S*. 3/12 4chg 4/3 disposal. '20. Excellent condition. tfn INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County. Partially subdivided, j
EDUCED fOIl QUICK SAIEI iv,, PREssI: WASMfIG .......... ........ 475-3334. 3/19 2tchg 3/26 193 SCOn DOUBLEWIDE 25 X 70 3 BR, frontage, close to school $1,000 per acre. Hardwood trees
2 and and
..._....1'..I. 1.72O*o> ft.. CM/A, 3 or 4 home*. pool decks .rd. ..Sii. FreeCMimaies. CUSTOM BUILT POOL DECK with seat BA great. room.$275. Can Equity ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
assume move or
...2 U boKh*.eciwpped lutchon.X Co Bob .473-3S9O.<12 and 1HP pool pump sand filter payments
rent 2'/i acre lot where It sits. Call -1.200 AN ACRE 18 acres In City.
29 great roar,. rtenett galore, fenced tfnchgMEED vacuum system." Deck can b. used for
964-5410.3/19 Itchg GRAHAM 14.50 acre.
back yard w/aol ..... .Suroojgo. Mgf*. A GOOO MOUSXKEEPtnT tho to .......a.all treated. $1500 OBO. acres
NO NO CREDIT CHECK Assume ACRE LOTS $7,500 8 8500.
By owner. S46.SOO. Call today. keep Hone reference and owntransportation. 96-4-8936' anytime. Skippy Crawford.
473-7541 or 475-2597. 2/19 tBy ". Co ....5316. Ash for 3/1.2tchg 3/26 payments of $295 per month. 1986 -2 LOTS MIMOSA $6.900 ea.
Fleetwood doublewide, 26 x 56, 3 BR, 28A BEAUTIFUL Club-for development $49,000.
3 _. 3 P_. 3/19 Itpd"
OWNERS-loe r home on "' lONG SIZE BED with headboard. $250 or
masonite 8 shingle, fireplace 8 Rd.
... 1% BA. All appCanco* inckided. LAWN MOWER AND SMALL ENGINE best offer. Call 964-8092, ask for D.b- dishwaaher. Must to lot SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist
Shown by app only. 9O4-964-89T6 EPADXS. fro* p-Kfc-up- 94-7758. 3/19 b... 3119 2tchg 3/26 473.3160.3/12 2tchg move 3/19 your WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.

--xiiigj only.$Q OOO.S/12 4whg 43HAirnFU. 4tchg4.9 TOOL BOX fOR TRUCK $40; stepbumper 1917 FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDE 3/2 PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres on will divide. 50000.
.-.. ACRES ready to build SEWING MACHINE BCPAsfc' AM mobs for Ford truck $25. Call CHSA furnished carport porch SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks $45,000.

end__New 3O m 48T barn....loft K Cleaned ailed and............. $15.Ih.d.swag ....5116 after 4 p.m. 3/191tEC storage, deep well, near Keystone, FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
concrete ...... f deep ..a i ..-c srodxms lot salle. Jams LARGE GREEN SOFA very good Condi- $28.900. 473-7404. 3/19 1 Itpd2S 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.

.... Mod...II fah pondp .. kedudes 3M. Strickland corner Morgan fUL and Hwy non, $35. Call 9646493. 3/19 4tjo 4/9 X 10. 28 x 70 :28 x 60, to choose from. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.
1% BA mcbito horn wm. CHAA and 16. Starfco. -.../ .- 3 19 tin AZALEAS$2JO each. 10 for $20. Other 272.6827.319 Itchg KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots 65'xl30' $2,750 ea. i

MX*... i.,.-. ...coo. For appoxt- plant and tree SR 16E, 2.... mile TOO SMAll So you've outgrown your .15 ACRES HWY 1 B-$33,000.'One mile off 301..
mom cad....55'91.' 3 Jet Ttpd COMMERCIAL PROPERTY David Wo.nv.nght. 3/5 4tchg 3/26 present mobile home? Lets trade for a OKLAWAHA RIVER! three plus acres, 15000.

REHTLEASESALENCHTTMWISTCXieMEXOFCoM.Thowp BUTCHER MOCK dining table/ S six larger, new home today Call George LAWTEY 4 BR. 2 BA 2 story 1 Acre 100 Yrs. Old. $33,000. "

BUSINESSOPPORTUNmES choirs. s.. to appreciate.: 9645410. 328.7466.3/19 Itchg 02 RENTALS available
"SACRIFICE" like new mobile home. $40
NUCK1C-HUU PEA SEED. 100 lb.. more After Hours
week. For appointment call Mel.
s.r- ............ or les*.964.6780.3/12 2tpd 3/19 3287467. 3/19ltchg Pauline Randolph 961.6323

Oyda W. Smnpsan. :3S6-B49. 4/10TF PORTABLE COLOR TV SIOO.. FrostfreerefrigeroKjr "MUST SELL" doublewide, shingle roof, Jon n Longford-Master Appraiser 496.2291,!,
OWN YOUR OWN Jsoii njunior.. HWY JBI SOUIH 2 stares..........2750sawaro ; $50:; washer $100; dry.r wood siding large windows, cathedral Anne Terwillegar Nelson f"i"I
...... .. ... ehJdren/ma. S7S- gas dryer $125; King size bed -
..- enu IV.Iar9 *oe. and 1250 __. ..... ceilings, whirlpool appliances Call Randy Cory 475-2S97 |
....... ...M*.doneeinerjr'oerornr: 964 848 or 473.3627.3/S SISOr electric stove $125. 964-4157. Marvin 3287466. 3/19 Itchg

ucc..sar s start Jordodw.: O c.loo. 3/122tpd3/19 TIRED OF PAYING RENT do your

Lewi. bad .-. Men.*. Calvin TOMATO PLANTS. : Rutledge. Hampstead neighbors feel like compony-then call
....... Sorcta Yak -. Evan P care. Liz WANTED a WoI,.... $5 per 100. 964-6528.3/12 Bill at Global Homes in Orange Park

b Ckkbome. Members Only GasoCna.lleulHKem. 2kItg 3/19 272.6827.3/19 4tchg 4/9 FOR SALE
Over 1000 omor*. $I.BOO
to$>>.900 in; .ori.....'.....--. .fixture MfMATUBE 3/19 Itpd CHBSUAHAU 9648166. ,... Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work

grand............ etc. Can Dp*, 15 day*. ,

Mr. __ POS! > 618-3639.3119: Itpd MISCELLANEOUSATTENTION ( Backhoe, Bulldozer

BOATS See Our Display Ad "WFN 964.6182.964-

197 ..' BXCJU TO HUU ...... BS ho. your boMa ..--. land .. idle?Contact In A-Section

Memory and tr__. $1800. Dot* the Sod Man. Call 964459235'

-. 964-0050. 0/2 Mrs" 4

Accelerated Inc.

There really is a difference in

real estate companies!1 Phone: 964-4544 [B

IB -COMM. BUILDING IN CITY Just 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke R6AIIOIJ, Florida |

waiting for a happening call for Home Lots Acreage Waterfront

REALTOR- ....all.. Farms CommercialNo
FLORILAND Charge to List Your Property for Sale

MOVING MACHINE- '" Call and discus It with u*.


.. 964.7700 PE I lOP' OLD FASHIONED FRAME HOME 4 BR. 1 BA, living room dining room,I
TOUHCUIOCe 393 N. Temple Ave. large kitchen lots of porches, city water and sewage, Lawtey 20500. I

Vernle P. Odom Brok.r-GRI LARGE BRICK HOME Sunken living room formal dining room family I ,

HOME BUYERS..The room w/f(replace, extra large eat-in kitchen with plenty of cabinets, 4 BR [

a.---.' ',; s--.JII-'tI_.Tr.ln NICE BUILDING LOTS Joins Green 2 BA CHSA central vacuum workshop all on 10.9 acres, partially fenced I
ERA Moving Bar eirttue upW.n.err4yend Home Acres. city water Call Usl. I
recideHt trelnl..,.Financial SPACIOUS CB HOME 3 BR, 2 BA utility enclosed 4.59 '
TRAILER 12' X 70' Plus small core room garage, an
Machine is the
only eie! aveileele. Job placement I IeMieseme' tege. lot 10O X IIS. acres. Call Usl I

computerized notional e '. Netlenel .......Oe. [ SARATOGA HEIGHTS SI I. CH4A- SPLIT FLOOR PLAN BRICK HOME 5 BR. 2 BA, living room w/fireplace, for-1

1 referral system that con IHT. Fl. Fair price. mal dining room large eat-In .kitchen laundry room, on 1 acre Call and] ,

,' show your home to the f- A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOLfiSHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brick, Make Appointment to Seel' f
4X}% of home buyers who '* SO" M CHSA. Approx 3+ acres QUIET COUNTRY HOME Two-story cedar home, 3 BR, 2 BA 2.200 sq. ft.I
ONE ACRE t UP Lets. Graham. living area 1,200 sq. ft. living area 1,200 sq. ft. of porches Let Us ShawlYou
come from out of town. .ctrarms.raan ) I
owner financing.ST.
.hi just minutes ROAD 100,Near Keystone Lot. PRICED RIGHT Brick home, 3 BR, 1'I. BA range and refrigerator CHSA,I
well and tank all for 30500. ISO
septic ,
potential buyers in of $3.150 terms.
any up. PEACEFUL IN THE COUNTRY Frame home 2 BR, 1 BA. .id .
our 3.000oHices nationwide rryq Ave. O+v -3 ACHES Fronts SR 100 Near1'43SD.ASlICALLY large lot S32.500. I

con see a photograph REDUCED. Keystone. high. CLOSE TO SHOPPING AREA CB home, 3 BR, 1 BA living Ji, .ng-kitchen I
Mobrfo* furnlm.d.LOT. Acres from Waldo Flea
M. [ stucco building combo $35,000.DOUBLEWIDE I
} anddescriptiondyour on 3/4 ..... Front Slate Road low Market.MATIIEWS. LIKE NEW Split floor plan. Great I
room w/fireplace.
1 1'e. ft's like having a f vOTNtvi poym.M.1446U53ESS. cathedral 2 BA and
IRI SWT telling 3 BR. range dishwasher CHSA on 2.7 acres.)
J national multi-list-and I AND RESIDENTIAL FOR THE THRIFTY MH on Hwy 16E 3 BR, 2 BA CHSA well S septic, many] '

only ERA has this system. 1 front US 301 South. Brick home.pool. I other amenities, on large lot, $35.000.SELECTED .
I brskwe bldg.. S+ acts Call PROPERTIES .
Its another REALTY
;just way your FAUlXMBtREALTY.
a I Ip9' I LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. by 790' deep on water
ERA Real Estate Specialist y, INC. TWO BLOCK BUILDINGS conv 441 Madison 111 110 ACRES Bradford County 13th Street N.E., Pecan Grove.

con take the worry out of .iP 964-5069 I Mrciol fronfooo on US 301. 10 city Starke FL 32091 LCI..,,,. 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County Priced to sell.

selling a home. I lot, offico space, 2 goingbusinoMee. REALTOR 964-4169 110 ACRES In South Clay County Residential-Agriculture. 17900.

FfEEIoes.E.d.otio.- Buy now I Tree 120 ACRES Northwest Bradford County Best water In the County.
447-MOBH.E HOME PARK In Ocala 1 4.05 ACRES Southwest Bradford County with pecan trees and two wells, j
Complete no-obCgat "tat_. Only 4 miles to Keystone.
CSifnor Spring Great Investment 4.55 AND 2.11 ACRES Two separate parcels Near Graham zoned for MH. j
10 lot.
05sesof your home's ....-.w. LAWTIY AREA acre owner I LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available

real estate market value. Susan M. Faulkner, #... -.... ACRES WATERFRONT, financing. CITY LOTS 0 Two block from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.
111 2 BR 1 BA 15
LAWTIY : acres
,rood. am.rtHl.s hero near CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section.
Plus of trends ex. anPRESIDENT merry
a projection; plus extra septic tank. $60,000.iygpghompionrokar lOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for MH.

influencing your W. PRATT Sit 3/1. CH/A love, WY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels Good business location.

neighborhood.When refrlg., microwave oven ceiling fan HWY 301 SOUTH 0 3 acres near Earlton Beach 210 ft. highway frontage.
I H comes time rto REALTOR f REALT.educed to $36.000. COMM BLDG' IN CITY Approx. 15.000 sq. ft. floor space Priced Right.
sell your present___0'buy ASSOCIATES EVENINGS GlJUT e'r'r's' prox 153 waterfront with owners

aone. r_nberthermnde Irene FevflutlecOleSpfy 444M2 *.4Vf3! fie .FREE NOTARY SERVICES.

of ERA Real Estate. 'feetealM4V7331 413.3096 BROOKE AREA Approx. 237 acre PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I

We invite you to compare. Bobby rW : I.. .3. -ra..1'L& of high rolling land reasonably priceBVA.KR.

.. rt.9ao i .... .$;$($i&i; }&
-- -



I I 1

March 19,1987 B SECTION Page

I J Starke Want Ads li Keystone Heights Want Ads il IFOR I


Mobil Homes and spaces lor rnf.eueationol 4 mobiles on am*with room for additional MACHINE OPERATORS. Off.r 2 week 4737566. 4tpd 2/26-3/19 ROTO-TILLER Sear 6 HP, good condition
.vehicles _. mobiles. 3 MELROSE AREA 14 ft. wid., 2 BR $150. 473-3925 lIed 3/19
wek Phone Quick reply wanted. paid vacation. Insurance plan paid n.w STOCKED AUTO ft ELECTRIC ft
94-749. 9/16 11 Call collect 2152490848. 3/5 3tchg holiday and profit sharing. Experience on 1 acre. $225 plus' deposit. RADIATOR SHOP all equipment Included DAYBED.SOFA8ED LR Suite.,recllner
NOW TAKING AmtCATIONS for 4 BR.2 3/19 helpful, but not required. W.will train. 16846634. 3'chg 3/12.26 ready to take ov.r. For more coHe* table, end tobies, Toro mower
BA apt Fo mor. mfonnation call lake LAND WANTED 25-1000 acre, Immediate APplr.In person to Lake Butler Ap WALK TO KEYSTONE schools. 3 Br, 1 Info call 473-7557 or 4737444. 3/12 and other. Must sell this __k.
Butler Apt 494-3MI. Equal Opportunity closing. Ask for Jerl' at ((904)) 2tpd. 3/26 BA, $450. Watson Realty. 473-4816 or 2tchg 3/19 4752546. Itpd 3/19
........... */7 Hncha 755-4406. 3/19 tpd 479-2272. Itchg 3/19
KM DENT: Moonoba .... ... $8 '
2 BR, / BA
Library being .accepted. MH. $225 per month. On PERSONAL SERVICES ft recorder with turntable and
per night. From SJ5 per......Discount now 1/ .. player
offered for (longer '..m. Apply in peron. HELP WANTED Minimum wag. 40 hr*. p.r week, ocr. 4732566. 3/19 2tchg 3/26 much more. 621 Orange. 4732988.

Magnolia Motel.Walovt' St. acrossfrom Monday evenings and Saturdays. Six PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile Itpd 3/19
Past OHice. IF REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks.Call month probation period. Successful applicant MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE homes, pool., decks, sidewalk Free 34 FT. GOOSE NECK Iroll... 3 axle,
APARTMENTS fOR tENTs Newly 1-755-4040. N. Flo. Real Estate Cole must pass state typing exam. ..tlma.... Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5 ramp 8 ft.wid. Will haul 2 cars, farm
decorOled..yrhmg,............. laundry Own transportation a must. Apply inp.r.on tfnchg tractor .hay., etc. $3.000. 473-2720 or
fodlifw. included Video room lege. 73TFNLICENSED at 105 E. Jackson St. No phon. INS SKYLINE 14X60 MH, 2 BR, LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging. 473-9043. Itpd 3/19
available. Will RN NEEDED at WhisperingPin calls. 3/19 Itpd bedroom on each .nd & 2 BA. Call for
accept an* child no Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free
Car Center. 3-11
charg. nurse.fulMim .
.. Palm Apts 2313 N. EXTRA Work information. 473-7410. 1328.3710 after UPHOLSTERED CHAIR $25; Got. leg
pet Tempi *. PRN. lPN' needed. EOE. NEED INCOME? at home. Estlma.... 3/5 tfnchg
A_.. Stark* 32O9I 5/1 IF Phon '964-6220. need Information. Send S.A.S.E. to P.O. 5.30 p.m. 3/5 tfnchg DEEP STEAM EXTRACTION (truck table, $40; 22"x28" picture frames,
PINE FOREST APTS. 2 3 Bit apt*. now to apply." 2/12 tfn Box 1332, Stark. FL. 3/19 Itpd mounted equipment.) CAB Carpet glass $5 each. 415-138. Itchg 3/19
ovo.,. Call 9 $ Mon thru F.I 9646312. Cleaning. Call 4737770. fr.. estimate. COUCH Tapestry design $145; 5 piece
1/8 "oachgWAIIEHOUSE 10 IS PEOPLE NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. AVON NEEDS full or part-tim. representatives PETS din."..$50; 45 yards rust carpet$195.
T.I.phon..al..or local light delivery willing to work. For mar. Information Stpd 3/12.4/30 4734100. Itpd 319YARDSAIES
2 shift part or full time. Earn $4 $6 call 782.3068.3/19 Itpd
by rh. month S.IO la 10.20. IO.IO. DOBERMAN PUPS AKC-Th. best-tall- "
S3S pr month Call Ron 0..707' ..-". per hour.' 12th Apply In person 13 1.5 p.m. RN LPNt P.rtorm Insuranc..valuations d.w claws-shots-vet records. $129 MISCELLANEOUSPACK
Thursday or Friday or Saturday .
In Starke Excellent
ar.a. part.tlm.lob.If
-' I IS each. 4732967.
NncbgLARGE Itpd 3/19
PRIVATE lOT. clot. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Sleepy Hollow Motel you can work Independently and are RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible "
ilwy6. to
prison Ready lor mobil ham. room No. 1 in Stork. 3/12 2tpd 319irs'S qualified to draw blood call item and antiques. Used furniture, ONE DAY ONLY Saturday' March 21
1-468-1323. 2/12 rin your 8 RN'S Join the Quality Car. 1.396.5880.3/19 2tpd 3/26 HELP WANTED glassware' jewelry and much more. from 95. Thr. family. Furniture, appliances
Toni,,. Earn bonus money with competitive Come_ for yourself. On. mil. east and much mar*. Take CR214at
14 WIDE RMTNtSHCD cntral heat
MH. pay and flexible scheduling. WE NAVE AN EXCELLENT car..r opportunity of Keystone Heights on Highway. 100. Whit. Elephant for 8 miles, right on
AC. S2SO per month plus deposit. Homecare and staff relief available. In tales and delivery. W. otter TYPIST $500 w..kly at homel Write: 4732183.'J/5 tfnchg Heskett Lane, second driveway. on
1.468.1323. 2/12 Ifn Travel pay if you work for u. in excellent .mploym.nt benefit and ad. P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth. NJ 07207. BINGO American Legion Post, Hwy 21 right. Sign posted. Rain cancel Itpd
2 M FURNISHED quiet neighborhood. Gainesville! Call Sharon at 375-8130 vancement. EOE. Riverside Uniform Btchg 2/19.4/9 North. Sunday afternoon 2-5 and 3/19
Hwy 16. % mil. tram city. 4681323. Tues. Fri.. 9-5. 3/19 2tpd 3/26 1038 Edwards Rd., Starke, FL, 9648544. BABYSITTER needed In our Melrose Saturday at 7 p.m. Public invited. 3/5
2/12 tInRENTALS ACQUISITIONS: Major land investment 3/19 ItchqTYPISTS home one or two afternoons p.r w..k tfnchg
AVAilABlE. 2 I .house with company seeking motivated Individual $500 weekly at homel Write: for two Infants. Prefer mature, dependable HOMES FOR SALE
yard: 1 lit I BA apse. SI65. ,..... 8 a* real 1 estate acquisition represen PO Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. 2/12 non-smoking Individual.
Own LI( Real Es..... Broker CARS TRUCKS
tative. Prior in References required. 475-3240. 2tpd ,
experience forestry
964SO6S 3-19 Itchg or real estate 3/12.19 & BOATSNEW house, block
surveying from
necessary. school
RETAIL OFFICE or _.........*spot. 600 Compensation based on experience. PRIOR SERVICE AND HIGH FEDERAL STATE t CIVIL Service Jobs, 55000. Moke offer.C.B.Isaac Realty.
so,. ft.to1.6OOsq.lt ro>onobl*'rote. Send return in confidence to: Acquisition SCHOOL GRAD'S Do you n..d some $16.707 to $59,148/year. now hiring. 475-2199. 3/5 tfnchg
TiHui < Owns lie. Real. Is,.... .. P.O. Box :3299. lake City FL extra money? You can have It with a Call Job Lin. 1-518-459-3611 Ext. 3339A AMERICAN MADE car and light
Brokr 964-SC6S 3/19 llchg 32056. 3/19 ItpdCOMPANION. part-time career In food service, for listing. 24 hr*. 3tpd 3/39-4/2 truck at $150 I ov.r factory Invoice, IY OWNER 3 BR, I BA cement block
3 8R. 1 IA DOUBLEWBDC on 5 acre*. DAYTIME for .Id.rly carpentry h.avy equipment opera guaranteed. F 4 J Distributors. w/fireplace, washer dryer, stove,
Washer/dryer hook-up. S245 month gentleman.. Keystone Height Light tion or pav.m.nt maintenance. For 4733033. 3/5 tfnchg refrigerator. Assume 10X mortgage,
plus deposit Call 744-2911 or after 5 .housework 8 cooking required. Call one weekend a month and 15 day a OLDS ROYALS 18 1978 AT AC pow.r payments of $289.51 mtg. balance of
p.m. Call 744-2596. 3/1l3'pd 3/26 collect after 6 p.m. 13052738076. y.ar, the Florida Air National Guard NOTICE seats, windows, door locks, carefully $27,700. Down payment $5.000
9 8R. 2 SA CM4A garage with opener 3/19 2rpd 3/26 will provide you with military trainingto driv.n. No rust. $1800. 475-2075. 2tchg balance$32.700. 473-7619. 4tpd 3/5-26
fenced bock yard paved*".... security h.lp you master on.of these trod. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted 174 MAVERICK newly rebuilt ,
lights near notarial school. S40Opr -JUEJJT: Th.y'll also provide you a monthly to the Lake Region Monitor office $350. Call 413.7046. 3/12 2tchg engine 3/19 4BR J'/t BA screened pool and patio
month Call evenings. collect. paycheck mon.y for coll.g. and if In writing and paid In advance brick home, 200 ft. on ,rood near
813.4S2.O836.: 3' 19 Itchg Bradford Co. Fair qualified an enlistment bonus. Join unless credit I I. olr.ady eitabllihed schools, own.r finance. 109000. 10%
3 ROOM APT.. 2nd floor no pf*. $135 April 11 the 202nd Civil Engineering Squadron.For with this office. REAL ESTATEPRICE down. Call 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 4tpd
per month. Phon'9648498. 3/19 4tchg more information call Master MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 3/5.26
4/9 Sergeant Carl E. Slevers, Jr. Collect RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN REDUCED. excellent building lot. 3 BR.2 BA.family room fireplace. Ions,
3 BEDROOM. I bath block horn*. NK. Show Your Community ((904)) 5332060. 3/12 3tchg 3/26 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Close to lake. Priced to sell quick. heat pump. fenced gr.ot

neighborhood 964.4470.3/191rpd MULTIPLE ACUTE CARE & Home Nursing THE TELEPHONE. United Realty.of Starke. 964-8447.1/22 neighborhood. $53.900. After 6 and
FURNISHED APT.. 5 ,room C bath with Support by placing an opportunities for RN's, LPN', CNA' & Classified deadline is 11:00: a.m. priorto tfnchg weekends, 473-2789. 2tchg 31219rTs
front porch. SI SO month plus $75 dep. Ad in the 1987 Fair nursing students a* part of the SantaFe Thursday publication.
No pels. 964 8O7I 3/19 Itchg Book.Reasonable H.alth Car. t.am. Your choice of Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50
MH ON LOT with shad tree Locatedon Premium days, shifts ft areas. Call Wellness Personnel th.n 15 cents for each word th.r.aft.r. Custom Cabinetsr
CnMi Loop. 468-2374 after 6 p.... Rates Registry at 338.2146 for immediate
Immediate Occupancy. 3/19 2rchg 3/26 Call opportunities. EOE. 3/12 tfn New Construction *Remodeling
RENTALS AVAILABLE: SISO per month Sylvia Today Cabinet *TiU *Ceilings(
and i p.Call Susan F. foul........ Broker- 964-6305 MAID WANTED Apply In person. Best NOW OPEN
Owner of 964.SO69 or 964 4O48 TF Western 1290 N. Temple Ave., Stark. Free EstimatesCall
FURNISHED .H.c:>enc>e* mobile home* 3/19 Itchg UNICORNBOOKSTORE I Tim Thompson
in....* city weekly A monthly. JO LU 9646305The
Matl MH Park 964 8810. 6/5 If 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves.

CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS Irv* near PARCELS : 480 S.lav.r.nc .lvdnK.y.ton.C.nl(! .0
your work. W* hav*a mobile horn to BRING YOUR ?y /hen.(t.4))47.4710Paperbacks

suit your very n..d. Call u* TO WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL -
1-468-1323. 2) 12 tfn
1 BR UNFURNISHED HOUSE no children 'LAWTEYSATELLITE 5 Room for the price of 4 Living Dining, Hall & 3 BUS

no pets. $175 per month 964 8<
3tchg 3/19 =- o "OualityWartr. Low Low PrIce. "
I BR COTTAGE on Silver lake. $250 per -:::-; -- ... ..., HWY 301 N. LAWTEY or Trade (Any Room & Hall) . . . . 14 Scotchgers AvailableSenior
:: ..
month. 244-4160 Collect. 3/12 Free Advice
4lchg Citizen Discount are
4/2 FOR PICK-UP 2 for 1 964-4997 .
.....:..._ Call a ._..
2 BR. APT. near town deluxe accomodo- parachute was designed In BY UPS OR 21004..i. _..._......_.,...._ s. krth..a..4
tons off street parking central h.o/8 1783 by Louis Lenormand.who designed ... l'dwre
air Best to call 964.MOI before 9:30 it to saw people who had COMMON CARRIER Tues. thru Sat. 10.5 FLORIDA CARP CLEANING & DYE CO
a.m. 3/12 tfnchg to jump from burning buildings.

12.eS MOBILE nuiMB:J M on t acr.lot.
$250 per month 964-4238. 1/291fn I

Plumbing I Supplies From '

I"I I Remodeling and Repairs III Durrance Pump & Supply ._ S & W .Discount Auto Parts
!! Room Addition *Home Repairs \
Ill Re-Roofing Electrical s- _::> Hwy. 301 North of Starke
Repair |[* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells a State Licensed -
Free Estimates* 9647061David n 8-6 Mon thru Fri Sat. Sun. 1O-3
'_ poto. ......._.. US 301 North 164 N. Temple Av..Star!< TF
Call Fred
Stafford 4185-1952 built, arnpalmt, -
i 964-4 126

Lawson Paint & Body Shop 7P SOD S

Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates .: : /.2/

CR 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133 l..JInc.

1661 Highwa 21 Mlddleburg.FL32068 9(4)282.2S46)

BRADFORD "Where Quality Is Important"" .ih


James Brady qJ
New Homes 'p0bil'

Cadillac) "Your Local Representative" .
globo 2001 N.W. 13th St.

Gainesville, FL32601 Bus. ((904)) 3785301JI
782-3172 QUALITY WORKAffordable

0,0. Work

., Ao9. State Licensed '
1238 Blending Boulevard


Located 4 MiI.sNo'thofMiddl.burg
MARCH MARCH.22-12.05p.m.2O, 21 loam to 6 p.m. Doree Ltd. PINE BARK

Admission S2 You pick-up or We Deliver
PREVIEW MARCH 19 S to 8 p.m.

Admission S2 .. 2 Call Collect 272-0625 Minimum 3v d s. on Deliverybulldlrogs
WaRp'rsatl.. 40 12 Doublewldes To Choose From GAGNON

.reaford Cot,F.rgr..ds 728 sq. ft. to 2,128 sq. ft. Re-Builders Cypress Lumber

[ 301 N..Stark* FHA Financing Culverts Installed 964-6649

VA No Down DOC 3OC 3OC 3OC 90C
Fill Dirt & Top Soil


Classified Ads In House On The Spot Financing If No AnswerBROCHURES PAMPHLETS


Subscribe Exclusive

Today 7 Yr. Service Sentry

With Every Purchase ..
hs Stark.: -Our SpecJalTR -


TR SERVICE 1.000 Business Cards

"There's A World Removal Raised Letters. Black Ink

THE At *Trimming 95
Of Difference Stump Removal 18 plostaxAsk
o Global 0 Firewood .a 964-5764 for Ella

SHOP A: ';:'II. Free Estimate

\ .
HOW.Co*Sl. !

= 964-5764 Aft.r5P.M.BRADFORD PRINTERS

5tork..Fia Keystone Heights 110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764.
8) I : -
+ cM Licensed .& Insured ..

.. . . .

i i." 'tV

BSECTION March 19, 1987

I -.:::...::.. :::
ObituariesCard .

of ThanksThe Bradford County, and was employedas Helen Elizabeth Braun Community Church of Keystone
family of Minnie Rhoden a carpenter until ill health forced Heights Wednesday March 18, with
would like to thank everyone for his retirement. He was a member of Helen Elizabeth Braun, 77, of Rev BnrlHy Frlortlin ronrliirfinf t""
the Hampton Baptist Church Melrose Donora PA,died Sunday,
their kindness shown to our family services. Burial was in Keystone
during the illness and death of our Survivors include his wife, Ella March 15, 1987 in her son's residenceIn Heights Cemetery under the direction Some people once believed crocodiles could catch their victimsby
loved one. Mae Rhoden; nine children: Earl Melrose following an extended il- of Jones Funeral Home. the shadow
Larry, Sheila Gloria and Raymond lness.
A special thanks to North Central
Born In McKeesport PA, on July
Rhoden all of Hampton Donna
Fla. and Ida Sue Schmitt.
27 1909 Mrs. Braun Annie D. Ellis
stafffor Davie of Keystone Heights Ronaldof moved to
and to Archie Tanner and his
well Starke' Irvin of Waldo and Melrose in Sept. 198ft from Donora, Annie D. Ellis (Granny) 79. of
Our a job loss is Heavens gain. Urllliom nf I ,u>t.vthnM .Ur.."'. PA. She was a member of St. Lake City, died Monday In the Lake
W.C.Rhoden Thelma MacAdams and Janey Charles Catholic Church; Camp City Medical Center after an extended -
Mike Dennis Rowell of Hampton and Alma Chap- Fire Girls of"merica. Monongahela Illness.
Scotty Dotty ,
Chapter and a homemaker. Mrs. Ellis was born In
&families man of Palatka; two brothers, Irving r
Harold and Merrill Rhoden of Survivors include her three sons. County, GA, but had lived most of
Hampton; sixteen grandchildren.. Martin R. Braun of Tampa JamesR. her life in North Florida mainly
Card of ThanksOur Funeral services were conductedTuesday Braun of Tampa and David T. Alachua Union and Columbia Counties -
heartfelt thanks to all who extended March 17, at the chapel of Braun of Donora PA; brother, She was a housewife and a JANE S. USHER
comforting sympathy and Archie Tanner Funeral Home with Richard Tracey of Greensburg PA; member of the Baptist faith. LIt::! Your Union County Realtor
help in our recent sorrow. For the Rev. David Weyand conducting the three grandchildren. Survivors Include four daughters, REALTOR
beautiful service, floral offerings, services. Burial was in Hope Funeral services were held in St. Elsie Seay: and Annette Seay of Wor- 436-2126 or 496-2903
prayers gifts visits, and other kind- Cemetery under the direction of Ar- Charles Catholic Church in Donora thington Springs, Letha Todd of 360 W. Main St.. Lake Butler
nesses, we are deeply grateful.The chie Tanner Funeral Home of PA. Burial was in Monongahela Lake Butler, Mickey Spincher of
family of Ruby Reames Starke. tr il **"n.,rHI PorM with ,Inn.i. Gainesville; two sons Otis Ellis of
Funeral Home of Keystone HeightsIn Brooker and Charlie Ellis of) HORSE LOVERS DELIGHT ,
charge of local arrangements. Elllsville; one brother Cecil Smithof .5 ocre ranchetle with Improved pasture,many/oak trees, hart barn fishpond I
Joyce Ann Moore Douglas, GA'; twenty-seven attractive board fence surround this lovely/ country home with In-
Card of Thanks Margaret Elizabeth grandchildren andiforty-threegreat- ground pool. Priced right for Immediate sale Cash or termt.
Joyce Ann Moore, 33, of Starke grandchildren.
Words cannot adequately express died Thursday March 12, 1987 in Funeral services were held ON THE SANTA ft RIVER
the deep appreciation we feel to the V.A. Medical Center in Gainesville Margaret Elizabeth Culberson 81, Wednesday at Everybody's Taber-
many friends and our neighbors for following an extended illness. of Lake Wales FL died Saturday nacle at Ellisvitle with Rev. Arnold Custom built with cathedral ceilings make this two-story home an exceptional .
the kind and buy./ Situated on one acre overlooking river from high bluff and also
sympathetic acts we Born in Gainesville FL on April March 14, 1987 in Lake Wales Thacker officiating. Burial will
received at the time of our recent 14 Mrs. Hospital following an extended il- owner financing make this a super buy/ for Union County/,
19S3 Moore moved to follow in Elzey Chapel Cemetery
bereavement. The flowers, gifts of Starke in 1985 from Lake Geneva. lness. under the direction of Archer DOWNTOWN LAKE BUTLER
food visits, cards and prayers She was a member of Trinity Baptist Born in Lancaster, KY on August Funeral Home of Lake Butler.If .
shared with us during our loss have Church in Keystone Heights 1, 1905, Mrs. Culberson moved to 2-story/ home completely/ redecorated from top to bottom on Lake Ave.
made this time of grief more D.A.V., Chapter 61, Starke; Sgt. in; Lake Wales three years ago from I/ block from lake,alto walk to town from this great location. Hat financing
bearable. Thank you for the kind- the Air Force Vietnam War and a Park of The Palms Keystone available To See It To Buy/
ness and good deeds.A Disabled American Veteran. Heights. She was a member of Com-
special thank you to the rescue Survivors include her mother'Annie munity Church In Keystone Heights; NEAR HOSPITAL
unit John Dempsey Don Denton B. Giordano of Starke; father, a former school teacher and a One block from Lake Butler Hospital Extra large lot. Gr.atlr.duc.d/
and Archie Tanner and his staff. Raymond A. Carnes High Springs; homemaker. price. CH/A stove, refrlg.. dlshwather. All of these extrat. make this 2 BR
The family of twin sister Terri L. Peterson of concrete block home the best buy/ In town.
Albert A.Longchamp Jr. Rowland Hgts., CA brothers. Rev.
; Survivors include one daughter, ACREAGE
&Longchamp Homes
Cecil L. Carnes. San
Antonio Suzanne Price of Hackettstown NJ;
and Petty Officer Larry J, carries, three sons. Grey B. Culberson of 3 Ac. partially/ wooded with tome financing off SR 100.
Leroy R. Rhoden stationed on the USS Enterprise San Lake Wales Eugene B. Culberson of If the Great Wall of China were 14 Ac. wooded septic tank 4"well and power pole ready for mobile home.
Leroy R. Rhoden 63, resident of Leandro CA.Funeral Peoria ILL and Gerald W. Culberson picked up and moved to the United Some financing available off SR 100.
Hampton died Saturday March 14, services were held In of Atlanta; one brother-in-law States it would stretch from New 15 Ac. fronts SR 100 and olio graded road. Some financing available.
1987 at his home following an extended DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Keystone A.M. Mitchell of Portsmouth OH; York to Topeka. Kansas. .S Ac. between Lake Butler and Lulu. Off SR 100. 4" well septic! tank
illness. Heights on Sunday, March 15, with one sister-in-law Mrs. Gerald power pole and large metal shed. Fronts on 3 roadt. Buyer says tell. Some
Mr. Rhoden was born and raisedin Rev. Andy Bowman conducting the Smith Jacksonville; eleven grand- financing available
Bradford County. He was the son services. Burial was in Keystone children and eight great. For These And Other Country Properties
of the late Levi & Lillian Blackman Heights Cemetery under the direction grandchildren. Contact Jane S. UshsrCounty
Rhoden; former pioneer resident of of Jones Funeral Home. Funeral services were held in

I i I lfunion Adsil I


Community State Bank > RENT/LEASE
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tubmfttd .
w to the Union County Times office .
In writing and paid in advance
/ Qslarke _W. building.Located In Coll Union for County Information./ Times with unless this credit office.is already/ established

496-2261. tfn.
March 19, 1957 THE TELEPHONE.

INSURANCI AGENCY 25 E. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY
Main Street, lake Butler 4963978. NOON prior to Thursday/ publication.
Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn Minimum charge Is 1 13 words for$3.50,

Community State Bank is celebrating its 30th year as Starke's. only HELP WANTED then 15 cents for each word thereafter

Home Owned Independent Bank. '

.... -F- ..- -.- -r.- ..- ...col, $40.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for remalllng REAL ESTATE.
letters from home! Send self
addressed stamped envelope for In LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
We would like to take this thank the of Bradford formation/application. Attoclatet PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find It- Just
opportunity to people Box. 95-B Roselle, NJ. 07203. 1/15 ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.

and surrounding counties for banking with us the past 30 years. lOtpd. 319TYPISTS. $500 weekly/ home! Write: 496.2126 UNION COUNTY or 496-2903 REALTOR.eves." tfn"YOUR
P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. 2/19

Since its opening 30 years -ago. Community State Bank has served 8tpd. I9WATKIN'S DEALERS needed for Watkins BOATS

many friends and customers in all phases of banking as well as being done Family/ Home Full and Productt.part Top time.commit-Call IS FT. lASS TRACKER. 40hp. electric

((90 ))971-5S0S or write: Watkins start mercury depth finder drive-on
supportive of community activities. Deafen, Rt. 1, Box 970 Lee, Fl. 32059. trailer many other extrat. $3,700. or
2/26 4tchg. 3/19 best offer. Call 496-3009 after 7 P.M.
WANTED A PARTS PERSON Experienced Itchg. 3/19
In Auto truck and heavy/ equipment.
.. (9044962134.( ) tfn/chg. 2/26
The Community State Bank's assests have grown from year to year MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST Parttime.Weekendt HOMES
plus on-call coverage In
due to the loyalty of our customers over the years. clinical laboratory. Contact personel GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
Lake Butler Hospital Hand surgery repair). Delinquent tax property.
Center 850 E. Main Street Lake Butler Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
Fl. 32054. 4962323. E.O.E. Itchg. 3/19 Ext.. GH-1136 for current repo list

Community State Bank's Directors, Officers and Employees A will CAREERT MACHINE OPPORTUNITY OPERATORS. Offer FOR 2 SEWING weeks THREE 3/12 B'pd.3O BEDROOM lATH BLOCK HOMEIn

paid vacation Insurance plan 3 paid lake Butler. Central heat and air

strive in the years to come to serve the people in the same friendly at- helpful holidays, but and not profit required.sharing.We Experience will train. tfn/chg.much more.3/5 Call 496-3599 after 6 P.M.

mosphere as they have in the past. Applr.In Person 2tchg. to 3/26 Lgke Butler Ap LAKE BUTLER AREA 3 BR 2 BA CHSA,
Large lot only/ 41500. Mathews Realty

Again, let us take this opportunity to thank our valued customersfor OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACI FOR SALE

their loyalty and support of our Bank the past 30 years. .- at more located ISO Information.West In Union Main.County tfn Call Times 496-2261 Building, for WASHER 496-2090.3/19 Excellent 2t/pd condition.3/26 $110. Call

CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI Nicely furnlthed .
all electric central heat and YARD SALE
Jerome Johns President air, private paved road laundry and
park playground. Near schools, hosp.,
state facilities PINES SR-121 east Lake GREAT GARAGI AND MOVING SALE I
Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. Rain or shine (under cover) 380 N.W.
., and no pets chg/tfn 3/19 3rd St., Friday and Saturday 7:30A.M.:
to 6:30: P.M. Lake Butler. 2 blocks north
Directors Officers SMALL TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME of bank.
country. $130 a month. Call 4962600.
tfn/chg. 3/5 Couch plants, some craft clothing
Johns of Board Norman Executive Vice ladles men.-large to .x-large, ,
Charley E. Chairman Ray P.resident.\ TWO MOBILE HOMES 1 three bedroom I sports
jackets-like new-chrlstlan books and
both furnished. Private
Dr. Pete G. Felos, Vice Chairman Sharon Bennett, Assistant Vice President two drives on highway/ 100. Call 4962842. tapes, T.V.'s, one In beautiful cabinet
ltfr 3/19 (needs work), table, chairs, organ,
Dr. H.H. Adams' Barbara Mosley, Cashier CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental dishes glasses appliances, old type
: large carriage, household Items, old
J.JohnsGeorge to Richardson Sr. Operations Officer homes tailored to your pay/ schedule. tool chests.
Phillip Eugene ; PINES SR12I lust south of SR1OO In
Come and reel Too / Items to
Lake Butler Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
Canova 3/19 llstl Don't miss It), Itpd. 3/19

Bill Wilson .

State Bank Employees: NETTLES TRII SERVICE All types tree 1 TO 3 ACRE LOTS Owner financed. Low
.. Community work.Call Thomas Nettles at 4963683. down payment. Call 4963939. 2/26
Donna Barker Tenna Hodges Judy Padgett ';I tfnl chg. 226KEYSTONE 4tcbg 3/19
FENCE CO.. Experienced In
t Daisy Boch Gina Jackson '''P'., Linda Ricks chain link a all type fencing Free CARS/TRUCKS

r Melissa Britt Elaine Kennon Pam Taylor Eatlmo,... Residential Commercial
Industrial Recreational and
Privacy. 179 CHEV. IUV
Carol Carter Sandy Ledger Priscilla Thomas Fence Repairs Give us a try. MC a mechanically/ sound bodV.ry/ owner.good.

j Sharon Elam Norma Jean Martin 1 Wyvonna ThorpeSuzanne 3/12 Visa.4tchg 473-4240 42MOBILE or 473-7987 after 6 p.m. 3tchg SI500., 4/2 Call 496-2298, 6 to B P.M. 3/19

I Faulkner .' *'*,1 Elaine Miller' Laurie Vickery 1971 OLDSMOBILI CUTLASS SALON Two
HOMES door, automatic cruise control A/C.
Herb Green '-V: Betty Montford Cindy White '', good tires. Good buy. Call 431-1418.

I Robin Hersey .' ,7., Betty Morgan. !, Dottle Wilklson ". ir. M' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 Itpd. 3/19 f
Kim Woolvin .1/2 bath central heat and air. Must
r .. tee to appreciate. $6,000. Call FOR SALE OR RENT
,I ',., 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 .
." 1985 FLEETWOOD 14'..64'Twe bedroom,
beth.Central l bet end air. Cell far In- TWO OR THRU BEDROOM MOBILE
STARKE'S FRIENDLY BANK to".... ..... 4fe-2S91 after ,I p.m. HOMES For sale or rent. Call 4963939.
rm/chg. 1/t 2/264tchg. 319WORK

a MEMBER FDIC e P.O. DRAWER 40 e 904-964-7830 e STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 SUPER BUY 28 wide wood siding WANTEDHOUSE
t shingle' roof 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 baths
with den and fireplace central heat
1': and air. Only $322.00 per month. Call OR OFFICE CLEANING one timeor
., .,' Linda at 373-2033 dealer. 3/12 2tchg. weekly./ Reasonable rotes Call Cindy
3/19 / at 4311733. 1 Itfr. 319Pagelll

i .


.. I .. .

t I 1

Union Countv'J I Basketball Star Awarded. Title *>f Miss TTalv 1 QR7

- -- --- -- ---- -- -
J I -.1
UCIIS senior 6'7" basketball roll music. Death Tongue was com
center Eddie Keith is well known as posed on Tony Kemp,Todd Reiman,
a talented basketball player with an Willie Loperena and company.The ,4A
awesome slam dunk and a high evening was one which will 5,. '
number of rebounds.,. however, not be forgotten for some time as 1 '
Saturday night he showed a capacity Union Countians are left with the r ,
crowd at the UCHS auditorium a certain knowledge that our young
whole new realm of talent which Si people know how to make us laugh. 1MC f
Keith himself did not know he had. i Keith received $200 as first prize
The capacity crowd roared its approval Vargas received $50 and Webb
as Keith was crowned the received$23.Twirling.. ;/
1987 Miss Ugly winner at UCHS after ..._. Lp
the judges finally managed to come
up with a winner from the five-man .R rt
field. t 1 1i
t '
The UCHS Science Club has sponsored a
the Miss Ugly contest as a fun- y
draiser for two years now and it has '
received rave reviews from !
everyone who has seen it. The con- i f 4 J
test is the ultimate comedy event of
the year as several senior boys don 11
outlandish feminine wardrobes and
practice their various talents on unsuspecting .b, .
judges and audience : c,
members. a
This year, seniors Woody I
Hawkins, Buddy Webb,
Vargas, Charlie Perry and 4g .. i. M 1h 1-
Keith composed the field of

comedians from which the : ....,,_. uFrM
School Board Chairman Regina :!'" ,.........., h ,y 1
rish, City Councilman ... 'J \ ...,'
Myers, local businessman J "IJ
cher and teacher Linda Harris: ) Too Tall Tina (Eddie ti t 4 '
to choose a winner. ) Is escorted by his sponsor Mr. j., .,
Outrageous is the sign of our ) Paige. Keith won the title M" Ib ....
and outrageous is the best Ugly 1987. .' .
describe this hilarious ) ShakiiT Sharlene (Charlie :.;. _ii
The young men competed Perry) struts "her"
each other in sportswear In an arena far removed from I Madonna Wanna-Be?...
wear and talent categories.The football field.
winner was Too Tall j'i j rkI Foxy Roxy (Cesar Vargas) lip syncs "Dress You Up In My Love" by
(Keith) while first runner-up 'i Madonna In the talent show. Foxy Roxy was backed by a full rock and roll
Foxy Roxy (Vargas), .! 1y band.
runner-up was Be-Bop Betty ( ,
and Miss Congeniality was
ful Woodrina (Hawkins). to her version of "Grand- sasa f ..wvicaaOTOtLANOIMO.
Sharlene ("Refrigerator" treat"I. Me 'Bout Those Good Ole :! L. : 1HMHJIO 'HVaIVverQ 2.2-3.>.t >.t s
did not receive one of the r KANCXNO woo aunawararlifi
awards but her __
performance "girls" sponsors escorted .j 1 y
tributed to the )judges' from the rear of the --pt. c
ficulty in choosing a winner. onto the stage during the TACKLE& MARINE "fVfltYrHIHG. FOIl'tHE
The auditorium fairly rocked gown competition. These lOATINOtfKHINOfNTHUSIASr'
laughter as Woodrina twirled dressed sponsors looked I ,,1
baton and flags and an walked straight out of the EARLY BIRD.SALE
Bop Betty performed "Papa of GQ (Gentleman's Quarter- "
ref /
Preach" in lip sync with an
pected performance by Betty's M. (Melissa) Stanley escorted ... 111cfm0. _-- -,l ,,-.
to-be new arrival. Woodrina; Mr. T. (Tam- '
Foxy Roxy put on a stage Blom escorted Be-Bop Betty; Wonderful Woodrlna (Woody
complete with a dynamite rock Rhonda) Archer escorted .\ Hawkins)twirls a baton in the talent
roll band who played while Roxy; Mr. T. (Tonya) Curry 1, "T ,, ,,. portion of the show.
synced Madonna's"Dress You Too Tall Tina; and Mr. T. l' UWUCMJFT: IUWKM .,1l
.., _
_. _
My Love." ( !) Paige escorted Shakin' ...... __.CO_JO._._
Tina lip synced a sweet and .- *
10010 11 0,. ,
rendition of "As We Lay" entertainment was r :u ;:;: Dtlwn IIICI
Sharlene exemplified the true by Death Tongue, a .r--:
ing of "laid back" by leaving /guest band which performed .,,'" ill
...... -J/
rocking chair long enough to stage antics to rock and ,
!:.,",un ,.. ,.. .\
- NlOeS _., ..... ....
_. -- : .
_.c ;?: :
: :
.I MOBILE PEA ME OO/ODown t 125 par mo. : .t:

top notch unit especially designed br
J 1r motile homes Ask about our no money I

r d down special. Bradford High School I

Saar Ea # Z'ieh Sawa :
_.. ..... ..- .--. ( i -\ > :.EProm
1 SAWYERIHOINTIAk : .. I ''' :

a::='..fl.!.' :tItY..Ym:. r..1! H.f Z is 1

332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701 I

I Saturday, April 18th

: .. ._ ,
M --"....to....,.'.Vj...'"'W.W Af0 ..=_P"W'Af" .... .
f f ,,"" 6oemai; I
GRFFIS GaS" I *:..

_: I
t JAX.771-4340 rAN
n II
;) 1 6641 103rd ST. I
. \ 964-7725
__ I

Fast, Friendly LP Gas Service I I


I i Complete Line of Heaters & Grills



F w f I Tii

1 1s

Take It Off!.. :

Be-Bop Betty (Buddy Webb) shows off the versatility of this lovely L&D I
sportswear outfit by converting the skirt Into shorts.

Yard & Lawn Service I
Be measured

"P 1 dd\\' $ DrlVe and$25.00 pay I

ways deposit

O\O BulldozingFill at Stumps. I

Order by

DirtLeveling Apri13rd
to get


1st choice!

liO 1cJ' Robert Worrell: Owner OCR mowing trimming seeding

Q etracln fertilizing trees & shrubs for sale

will install or move trees also

: Y ........................................... .......... '""'.........................

OPEN Mon.-Frl. 8.5 Closed Thurs, Sat. 8-2 L&D STUMPS

& Tree Servicefree

Robert's ConstructionHighway DEPT STOREBradford

121 Worthington Springs appraisals
Square Starke 964-5423

496-2390 431-1285 Raiford, Fl

. .. .. .... ....,,'. .......... ...
...-............ .-,. ...... .... -"- --- -

.R r .


.... ,L. ."" .. .. ... 'y' ." .1-1.. ......' ......... ,q'" ,- '-"'-'. .... .. ..-, ." .. ...,..'.... '1'n' L -

r'lpL j it l lFB

..,. :PI M4ttIP, af k



Market ,I

t A



...." ,\

..... ._ __ "' :h
---- --- -' 7 '" -
by Marcia Goodge :
UCT Staff Writer District Farm Bureau Dinner... ) ,
Legislators are moving ahead on
plans for the new state farmer's Farm Bureau members from Va... Bradford ... B fOUB ,>lii George Crady (right) chat with each ..
market in Suwannee County, Farm Baker Counties met in asi Informal 4immrr. "tmntmy ether an* farm -n... wtemben during dinner.B -
Bureau members from Bradford, night with their legislator to diem ufemmia C kgisb. .t..... :s* 9m Union and Baker Counties were toldin lion and its affect on the farmer. fanMT"B j1ek ..M she and fear legislators said the
their district meeting Tuesday (Above) Senator Wavae IfouuccwwlJi (kit ... ltmttt a...nlia i are n*bvglung matter.
night in Lake Butler.Representatives .
George Crady
and Chance Irvine and Senator

Wayne Hollingsworth! gathered in an mates will be used for much of the I
Be TaxableA
informal dinner at the Lakeside labor. "We're trying to chow the Social Security May
Community Center in Lake Butler.
I that we will keep expenses
The three legislators spoke to those down governor as much as possible;he said. portion fJ6 social secmity benefits also apply to recipients of vied couple filing a joint return zero formation on the retirement benefits
assembled on various topics,one being benefits recei d during UK nay be die social security equivalent portion for a married person who filed! a received during the year. Copies
the planned state farmer's The Department of Agriculture includible: i.taxable--.amoerding at tier I railroad retirement separate return and lived with his or also will be filed with the IRS by the
market. had requested nearly $25 million to to Jacksonville biennial benefits since those benefits are her spouse at any time during the payer.Further.
The market is planned for a site in renovate and expand all the state Revenue See District Director similar: to social security benefits. tax year and$25,000 for any other filing information on the taxability
Suwannee County near the junctionof farmer's markets and to build this James J. Ryan. Perrinnty." s.eislsecurity According to the law. up to one- status, the IRS said. of these benefits can be foundin
I-7S and MO and is estimated to bea one. Hollingsworth said Gov. Bob benefits were tram federal half of a person's social security Ryan noted that taxpayers will the free IRS Publication 915
$4 million or$5 million project. Martinez asked him how much he income has However, the Social benefit taxable if that amount, receive returns Forms 1099, "Social Security Benefits and
Senator Wayne Hollingsworth\ had to have for the market and be Security Amendments of IKS mfe when combined with other income, generally from the Social Security Equivalent Railroad Retirement
gave farmers an idea fo what the replied$2 million for this year.DOA a portion of these benefits taxable exceeds certain base amounts. The Adminstration and the Railroad Benefits," available by writing or
market will\ be like, saying that it received $2.3 million for farmer's keep them in time with other base amoptmt a, t n.00. for a mar- Retirement Board that contain in calling the IRS.WE'RE .
will be a "show place. Carefully markets, $2 million of which: will be relircmeatsbesdd. wfaacfc generally
selected brokers and
a computer
the market planned for are losable
spent on new
system which can pull almost in- Suwannee County.Hollingsworth The rule for social sanity PROFESSIONALS IN!
stantaneous information on national
market prices for various crops are &i&iifS 1
noted that 56 percent &
for the market.Hollingsworth .
planned which travel
of the trucks Hopevvell AME
said that Suwannee
through Florida the junction of isM
County donated the land for the pass Sets Singing
1-73 and MO.Some 2,000 of are
market and private individuals and March 28
onlu halfway loaded.The advantageof Program
the National Guard donated
equip- this market will be that driverscan
ment and fill dirt for the site. In- Elder Mclotoidi and its IIICi-c
complete their loads with
produce from OcaJa wiB render
grown locally. Farmers will group sms- Scampers Planting Tip
at A.X&
have to in other ing program Hopewrfl
access buyers partsof
Church in Prondeoce at It Alt ea Water Your Plants
the state in other states in this 1
LB Rotary CLub manner. or the Fourth Sunday; of die ...... When planting... use plenty of
Sets Shrub Sale L A water when planting only tree
Sat., April 4 -- shrub or ornamental. Wet the ,,
hole first and keep the water run
The Rotary Club of Lake Butler VINYL SIDINGI
ning in as you fill with soil. The
announced recently that they will
hold their Spring Shrub and Plant water displaces air eliminates air
sale on Saturday, April 4, in pockets. Give your plants a good
downtown Lake Butler. start- "water in" the soil
The sale shall be held in the park I NEED 8 HOMES TO
ing lot across the street from the
courthouse on the corner of Main AZALEA'S Giant size
Street and Lake Avenue beginningat TRAIN VINYL SIDING F
7 A.M. that Saturday. A total of Faa s FERNBASKETS
2,000 plants and shrubs in 25 different F
varieties will be on sale on a
first come first served basis. Priceson INSTALLERSTOQUALIFY
all plants and shrubs will range %;j 99och
from$2.00 to$6,00 with a discount for 3 or 4 feetacross -
the purchase of ten or more in- '
dividual plants and/or shrubs. :
The proceeds from the sale will go YOU WILL wh.n you Limited supply
toward service
community projects 8"0

sponsored Rotary Club.by All the plants Lake and shrubs Butler SAVE 50% OF SIDING COSTS tess Of morel 8' 99

have been grown and furnished with 10 L4e.sas 13"value
the cooperation of the industrial -----------------------
complex of Raiford.
For further information contact .I.C. ENTERPRISES
Rik DeVoe. President, Lake Butler
Rotary Club at 496-1384.

2020 NE 12th Place FLOWERING SIZE Tomato Cage

UCHS Class Ocala FL 32670 /-&SHADE: TREES 54"Tall-4Legs

Of 1977 Plans r4 4*to 7'TallMost Rings

Reunion SoonThe :ALL COLLECT 9046224963Name Popular varIeties Special 99 each

Union County High School "In 3 Gal. size containers
Graduating Class of 1977 is planningit's Hi-Yield Brand
10 year reunion here in Lake 10 armor.
Butler. Type of Home only 1)99Pests
Any graduate of that class, or Controls Many Lawn Insect "
anyone knowing the whereabouts of Address Wood Block, _Easy to Apply //
any graduate of that class are askedto 4 or more one to 3 *i.i.ity
contact Susan Hamilton Powell at City Mobile OUrtr! > 10 Ib. bag

Hairbiz, 4962078. Phone AM Ili 1 PM U 4" 5" Treats 5,000 sq.up ONLY ft.to 599

LCCC Sets Advance lent Now

Registration March 23

Lake City Community College
registration for all summer terms Poww To Spar With
will begin Monday,March 23,at 8:30 W. cl-Eattr r
I A.M. and end Friday, March 27, at WEED-EATER!
4:30: P.M.
Students are encouraged to participate riiDONtrrdew BLOWERVAC -
in this advanced registration. --


Model 960 Blower/Vac Model 940

.28.O cc engine-50 MPH Blower 26.2 cc
ALL Develops 125 MPH Easy conversion 140 MPHvelocityOnlytrine.

Also Provide an OUT-OF- Wt. I1 lbs.n _
PRINT Search Service ($2.00 169 1200 I
Searching Fee Per Title). c Ong AMERICAN 3999 Month 139 99.112

SAN MARCO X Fast-Easy Clean-up Month_


1971 San Marco Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207 Your old mower is

9043967597PHYSICAL a real treat try our FOOD BAR.

You will find a variety of meat worth $50.or .

vegetables, salads, desserts and ( more) Trade-In on aNew l

I Toro Walk Behind Model
ice cream bar to suit your taste ata 4 _

t tOut

1 GREAT PRICE! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.99

Patient Or try our full menu for the Chomc a model that*jnat right for you... /

Services Bear barbers &: tide discharge models. Key-Lectric and

Best Steaks Around! Manual Starting-Pugh &: Self Propelled ._ Models with

Monday'Friday' l' Toro Built engine that are "Guaranteed to Starte on the

By Appointment Pont or Second PnlP for 2 yean or Toro will fix it FREE.

tttltttttss.mltttl /tt s
Bradford Hospital

922 East Call Street
0 S

964-6000 964-8061 Iiiiit I Iaven\>ou done without aToro long enough?"
us 301 s