Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The National Weather Service Office Says today, Thursday. Feb. Th. Social Sc.n."S' ; \ ,: : ,' : ; ,, \';; '; : :\;{ I i
25 Public Notice . . : ) \: \ : ,
will be sunny and mild, with cooler temperatures tonight. The ,"7-,1,1I1III'RI'J) ;; : ( : ;"
remainder of the week Friday through Sunday, is expected to be Fair Rul.s. . . .,),-! : "
.clear and cold with temperatures in the low 30's Friday morning Sport. . ", ." .,f,
rising into the BO'S during the day. Saturday and, Sunday FPA C.I.bration. . . . :',.'
temperatures are expected to be In the mid 30's to the mid 60's
Ramlall for the month, has been above'la verge with 550 in SECTION s> Pogf .
recorded at the Santa Fe tower;4.74 in. at the New River" tower and Advlc. for lufln.ii' . . ". ',i;
4.9110, at the Lewis Hill tower at Maxville Pot Horv.it . . i . ... ,'i'iN '
The 30'year' average rainfall for February is 3.43 Inches, .w_ Brief, . . . ,.
The thirty year average rainfall in Bradford County for (February Ar.o Deaths . .. .. .,. ,;
Is 3.43 inches. It'. Clo..'''.d. . . '. ... !
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,Contract Has Been Awarded US 301, 'I!
Wort/i, .g\pting on Turning Lane ;':

by. Buster Rahn Transportation ((DOT concerning north of >the Econo Lodge since the parking ban,since many of them pects the work to begin March 8 and
Visiting Choir.. BCT Staff Writer traltiq lights in the city. 1 parking along the busy thoroughfareis park on the street each Sunday more be completed by April 29. '{
Lett turn lanes on US-301 north -According to plans all parking on already restricted in some -ares. mrg. __ US-301 now has some 27,000 carS ''I
fhe "Young at Heart" choir from will be a reality by the end of April, US-301 will be eliminated between High school students and teachers, per day, making left turns a hazardous .
the High Springs Baptist Church says Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen. Call Street and SH-16?,enabling DOT who have been parking on US-301, Chief Bowen says a contract has situation. Most resIdents'' are (",
,wIll sing Thursday. Feb. 25, at the to add a center "turn" lane. When will have to find another place to 1 been awarded for the construction, making lett turns on red lights, and' i
Starke United 'Chief Bowen has provided liason .
Methodist Church Completed, there will be no parkingon leave their cars. which ,will require painting stripeson the police are closing their eyes to
during the noon covered dish luncheon 'between the Starke city council and US-301 between the southern
Members of St. Edwards Catholic the pavement and installing new' the infraction since it is the only :
i Senior, W sponsored tizens. by the Methodist' the Florida Department', of. boundary of the city ,and, a point 'church will likewise be aflectedby lights ,with turn arrows.DOT ex- way a motorist: can turn lett/ :)

Everyone is invited to' come and

i enjoy the dinner and singing. Bring. -,-' .
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a friend and a covered dish. ." ,, ) ..." ___ .... ,f ;:w.w:: .-...:: ==- Solid

Hollingsworth Visit... -

State Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth
0-Lake City'is scheduled to Visit at
the Bradford County courthouse in Waste
Starke today ( Thursday Feb:' 25) I
from 4:30: to 6 p.m.
CItIzens are invited to meet with
Sen. Hollingsworth. who represents 1t t 1
Senate Dist;5 which includes Brad
ford and Union Counties, to discuss Effort :

personal and state governmentpro-. -;
blems.: ..

Miss Black History... 1 r

A "Miss Black History Pageant"is I Forges
set at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday
Feb 25) In the Starke Elementary
caletormm.( Public invited. ,Admission
: free.

j' ; Aheadby
Legislative Dinner....

BEA PresIdent George Bowen

''announces the Bradford Education '[ Joe Cissy
Association's 6th annual Legislative' Wasting no time to get rolling on'a
Awareness Dinner set tonight, three county-OOC coalition,"' pom-;
,''t( Thursday. Feb. 25)). at 7 p.m., in missioners, I trom Bradford, Baker,,
the Fellowship Hall of the First and Union counties and a representative
United Methodist Church, in' trom .DOC' ,Department of
Starke. Corrections) met again Tuesday
Featured guests are Sen. Wayne ''evening, Feb 23. at the, courthousein
Hollingsworth, Rep..' Goerge Crady i; h Lake Butler.' .
Hep. Chance Irving and Pat Tor-. A boundary survey;ol a 200 acre'
nillo; president of the Florida 'parcel haft; been' completed./ :
Education Association united. description given to Dan Lawson
; The public is invited Tickets are Regional Purchasing Director
$5. Contact the BEA olfice for District 5,, DOC, tor forwarding to.,
tickets. and further, information. Tallahassee For action bY'' the

School Board Gets ,the Story at,'Bradford.! ddle School.avnuui ... Department of Natural Resources
.. .. __ who holds title to lands in the name:
Pinewood .Derby.... L Board members spent O about three hours ai Bradford MiddleSchool 'John ;iaizeiia/is&i. rrm. n.lUCK' h.ccel. Dean ufludrnls DaVld Tew, i'loinputer of the State of Florida,
this' Monday night, Feb: 22. talking about air-foiulitiong.- Specialist Steve '.\1II1t'r. Pt'r onnt'l Director DeWey McKinney, "It will be easier to lease the 200
,A pinewood derby race with classroom space,.textbooks, the dally schedule of the school possible ad, lank Kyle and wife. Mary Ann who is principal Hampton Elementary, acre 'slle,I'' than for us to sell the,
pack and district competition is .set ditions to the program; and going to a 7 period day. BMS instructor Russell l.arramore. and Coordinator of Rxceplional Program -, land. 'said Lawson'' ; And-;
at 10 a.m. Saturday Feb. 27. in Board member, l-r at table: Evelyn Chastaln; James (Cobby* Wain-;" Denise Adams.\ir-conditioninn maintenance man Gene Tanner is ''Superintendent Dugger is 100 per
Hampton City Park sponsored by'' wright. Jimmy Scott; Chairman Len Schlofman and Rodney lIall.' At walking In. BMS: Instructor ,Jes!I'''Sandber|( was sealed, out ,of camera cent behind this operation" he said. /
Hampton Cub Scout Pack 675. right Is Supt., Jim Duncan Seated In foreground: from lefts Principal! View We :
10 a.m.' 32-foot don't need the whole 200 acres
; track. Trophies awarded: Entry fee', .. 'at once," said Frank Darabl"* Baker
to race: 50 cents. Concession open; County Engineer doing the study lor
,hot sandwiches and cold drinks. Environment Too Restrictive BMS ? the coalition. "We can lease SO acres
1 Public invited, no admission. now. with three more options to
lease additional SO, acre parcels

KLPOA, Meeting;.. by Buster'Rahn reporter, his ususaf occupation: fhe ''supervision of an escort, 'When the m '1979! operating an "open school' the future." '
BCT Staff Writer question came at an opportune time, second and third bells, ring the remaining ,philosophy' >which three or four, Darabi has made: a preliminary,
The Board of Directors of Bobby 'Ferguson' asked Dr, tallowing a 'discussIon ot school two groups of students are classes would be held simultaneous study of the topography, soils';
Kingsley Lake Property Owners Mazzella. middle, school principal, hours and means of moving the stu.' likewise escorted to the ;school ly in a large room; and students up to ''hydrology and drainage on the site:
Association will meet Sunday Feb ''and Dewey McKinney director.of dent body Irom one location' to ''rooms, where homeroom teachers 15-16 years old did as they pleased. Borings were made to a depth ot 25
28; at 3 p.m. in the Civic Center. personnel management and another within a tight time trame.In provide supervision. Moving the student "Discipline,out. of control," said i test, and his preliminary findings indicate
The proposal for a hazardous waste employee relations. "Isn't the only recounting the school routine?, body' from the gym to the' McKinney, sand to about tour feet and
.treatment plant will be discussed at thing separatiang the school from a1' Dr. Mazzella said students begin arriving classrooms takes about 10 minutes. clay Irom there "lts' clay right on
this, time, prison the sound 01 the cell door. clos- as early as 7:30: a m. on buses- The first class begins at 8:30.: Student behavior' improved as down," he.sald.Uara)1 .
ing behind them? which have to make second runs: The school day has six periods, 'discipline became tighter; and older has also prepared an
,.SR-235 Closing.:. The last buses arrive shortly alter 8 with 30 minutes for lunch. Between, children were separated Irom the 'estimate' of costs using existing 'r.
SR-235 at" Brooker will be close. fhe question was posed during a a m. Students are required to congregate classes students have lour, minutes. younger children. The building was manpower >and equipment'of the
,from I 8 a.m, Monday. Feb. 29,. workshop In the middle school Monday -, in the gym bleachers prior" to change rooms. sub-divided into' classrooms,. providing -' tour parties for operating estimates,'
through; Friday;March 4, at 5 p.ml: Feb. 22, In which the school to entering the school building at Alter the students eat lunch, they tor an improved environment'for : and using contract prices for con
.for a reworking of the railroad board was reviewing school needs 8:10; for school's opening..Superisory are required to remain seated in the'' : learning. struction; ol roads' and'buildings.
crossing at the Farmer's Market. ''and listening to school personnel personnel are stationed in the gymto lunchroom until school"resumes, at '"We will have numbers we can com
Traffic will be rerouted;, the.detour'wI1 discussing varied concerns. monitor students while waiting for'' (Which, time they go directly to class, Jesse Sandberg, a middle'school'iteacher 'pare with COM" he said. CUM is
be marked., ''Ferguson was attending the school to open. At 8:10: the first of Ferguson's 'lirst question,,, triggered -", said "Conditions are much" the consulting firm of Camp Dresser:
'meeting as a parent ,concerned three bells rings and students In one a response by McKinney, who' ,improved. are,right on course, & McKee, who conducted the study''

about the tough discipline imposedby section of the gym proceed to their said discipline was In shambles Solid Waste. .
See .. .
Republican' Meeting!..' the.school,, rather ,than a news, respective; classrooms,, under >,the when he came to ,the middle .school 1 tSeeHlIS Climate..p,2Aj) ( ..... \

Executive Committee meeting of .;
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the p.m.-Madison Bradford Monday,Street Republican.Feb., Starke.29 722,', Party.W\,* ),'7 PER. Official Says ""No, Hazard' With Use. 'of Proposed. Site, I


Despite concern of Camp Blandmg In a telephone interview with The!, visement, and decide on the final' "this purpose, the condemned landfill 'use since the soil was'' impacted by'
Marvin site at commissIon's regular''meeting site In :Section 21 was deemed to be the previous landlill use and wouldbe
\ officials and Lawtey Mayor 'Telegraph Tuesday Deadman
the'' "least objectionable" for this difficult to prepare, for a treatment -,
Upcoming. RosIer DER's' hazardous', waste denied that any of these considerations in April. This final recom
.., since it was not being used > plant. The northernmost Site
submitted for purpose
facility coordinator, Richard Dead-" would create an \insurmountable mendation will then be (
Public meetings scheduled in the man denies any, danger'' from > the obstacle to locating the treat approval to Governor Martinez and lor military training Deadman said, being considered North Road:
however; that a large portion of this ''was being mined by DuPont Dead
coming weeks are;; \ proposed site's nearness to Lawtey ment facility on CR225. When questioned the State, Cabinet!" ,
triangular site at the intersection of man said,i so the CR-225 slle"was
AwarenesS'Dmrier ,
Federal law
and -
BEA Legislative Correctional Institution the concerning a providing '
16and 215 was unfit lor finally selected.. .
.Highways ,
: 7 p.mj tonight ( Thursday, Feb.- that it is in the flight pattern of an would that Camp Blandmg property ___..___._ __. .__ _.__: _._2.--_'.__ ....,. ... .' '" ., ,..
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25));; Fellowship Hall, First United airstrip used for landing C-130 turbo revert to the Federal govern- Clay County Hearing..,. --'j
Methodist Church Walnut and jets that drop paratroopers dunng ment In case of national emergency, Rep. Chance Irvine 'of Orange
.Jackson Sts, in Starke. National Guard training exercises. Deadman said this statute could be Park announced yesterday' that .
Starke Zoning Board will meet averted by the usual system of attaching DELI had agreed to a Clay County :

at 7 p.m: Thursday Feb. 25, City Indignant Mayor Rosier says he'll a rider to another bill, allowing 'hearing from 7 to 10 p.m. Monday, '
hall in Starke. Public Invited. fight to the bitter end the proposed a portion of Blandmg property to Feb.;' 29, at ,the 'high schoot1cafetormm -' .. :'j
Public: hearing on Community site on County Road 225 where> it be used for a treatment facility. on Hwy. 21 -In Mid- :: :,.:: ,, : :;:: I
Development Block Grant: by 'crosses the, Bradford/Clay County dleburg. Persons from Bradlord and : :,. (" ;. ;,, i:, '.:.A:;rf.\\';,' ';" ,

Starke Commission. 7:30: p.m. today line, less than a mile east of Lawtey When apprised of this Statement, a Clay Counties are welcome to attend ',<',,;!..'.I;. .,.. '": :7j'i."\" '.'.'\;..}",:,\t r'Io'I';(\' .". ,". ., .
(Thursday, Feb. 25); City Halt; city limits Blandmg official,. said "Just let 'em this hearing;she said -.$ ; ..
Board Vo-Tech
School at '
. Center: 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29, In addition to these concerns, it is try it I" w As 'result of an investigatIon'' by .;j1!
i special meeting on review of BHS also pointed out that the proposed Buddy Revels,'a strong opponent of ... """ "" .
attendance; 7 p.m. on Vo-Tech site in an 86-acre pie-shaped wedge the selected sites in Bradford and f ;.. ,...,
budget needs Public invited.' where 225 crosses the county line, is Sees No Dangers... Union Counties it was disclosed last ,, *,.. I
Starke Council; workshop on also m the Camp Blandmg Wildlife Deadman also denied that staCkSon week that Roy F, Weston Inc., the' ,":i'A
personnel policy other matters; Management Area,, and is on land the treatment plant Incinerator 'contractor: employed by DER to ,- .
730; p.m. Monday, Feb. 29, city already leased by the Armory Boardfor would be a hazard to planes or come up with the necessary sites, ''''""'t'
mining by the DuPont Company. paratroopers at the nearby airstrip.He failed to obtain permits from the '
hall.Starke City Commission; 7:30 said there would be no danger re- Suwannee River and also the South ; !
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p.m. Tuesday March U regular; John Greene, Standing's new quiring evacuation of prison personnel Florida Water' Management
meeting. campsite manager says- that that were more than a half a mile Districts when it drilled 12 wells at J
District Spelling Bee;.10 a.m., wetlands around the 225 site form .from the treatment plant. proposed sites In Bradford, Union j/ ,
Wednesday March 2; Administration and DeSoto Counties.Foul' .
the headwaters of a creek that winds ..,
Building meeting room.; Public through northern Bradford County __ tJ/
Deadman denied a rumor that alt drilled
invited.C surface water from the wells were on each
carrying H
of C Board of Governors: noon Trail Ridge watershed westward Into prison sites had been discarded due site in order to test soil types and the
March 3 SFCC board to lack of a plan for evacuation of depths of water tables in each location. !
Thursday, ; New River and on to the Santa Fe. i I
room. 'Any contamination of ground waterin prisoners the threat of a possible An inquiry made to the water tia
Commission: class action suit brought by management districts disclosed that
.Bradford County the 225 area would eventually find .
March 7 prisoners charging "cruel andunusual" no permits had been issued in any of,
9:30: a.m. ; its way into the Suwannee River. said
pUnishment He that the four counties concerned
regular meetmg.- Greene ,
says: ; briefings on all four sites oretclalsaId \
School Board at BHS: 7 p.m. 'although a Camp Blandmg ,
Monday'March 7.Public invited. UCI near Raiford, FSP near Starke, he was not aware that any wells
Lawtey Council: 7:30 p.m. Mon 'Desoto Correctional Institution hear had been dnlled at the CR-225 ode/ I
Road 'Arcadia and Camp Blanding would ... r
day March 7; regular meeting. ,More Expense.. '
presented at a meeting of the Environmental .
Raiford Council: 5 p.m.'fues-; Since 225 IS a county road, maintained -' Regulation, Commis. -
'day March 8; regular meeting., jointly by Bradford and Clay slon in North'Jacksonville, March 17 Reason for Moving... On Uu- Potted Lhat...
BrooKer Council: 7:30: p.m. Counties, it would present extra ex- and 18., The meeting will be held, When questioned. Deadman' said Bernard Brown. avid opponent of a baaardou waste treatment plant In
Tuesday March 8; regular to these governments for step- officials' had gets another protesting signature
I'' pense starting at 9 a.m. both days at the Camp BlandIng the Bradford/Vnlon/Uay County area
meeting.' ped up maintenance made North Campus of Florida Community orIginally'' listed three'sites as Mayor Marvin Ro8ler They are standing a'the new proposed
irons l.aw'ey Brad-
Hampton Council: 7 p.m. Tues necessary by traffic ,from heavy College 4501 Capper Road. The possibly available for a treatment Blanding site where County .Road 225 'crosses the
day.' March 8; regular meeting., trucks hauling loads of hazardous public will be heard at this time; the facility on the reservation. Althoughnot lord/Clay Camp County llne
materials from all parts of the state. ERC will take the matter under ad- eager to have any land used for


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Bd Quizzes PrincipleOn


BHS AttendanceWhat JL1LL4

can be done to improve student ../............ ,INIM..W rLr..... .. .........- ,1. ", .
attendance at Bradford High: few weeks.

School? The parent is the person who IS,
School Board Chairman ,Len supposed to have students in school: -..
Schlotman brought the problem up Francis said. The student and -'

,at the school board meeting Monday parents. Ir J
night, Feb. IS, "I'm tired of getting It also came out there is no school'' -
calls about students skipping," said board policy on attendance now,

Schlotman, asking, what's being other than the state policy which requires .
called to parents What should theSchool that a student attend 133 .F Q r s 1 ,,A "

,Board do' hours per year to receive credit for a 1 .

course.,.School is in session 196 days.
( realize we're up against a hard
The board set it
can any policy
time 'with parents, Chairman R'f
wants, Francis said. '
Schlofman said. _
Supt. 'Jim Duncan said the t
Board member Evelyn Chaslam / fI -s
board policy allowing four
said it is a continuous problem, part.
absences six weeks was too
ly the fault of parents and partly the per
harsh. Supt. Duncan said he
lault ol students. '
disagreed, that it was not too harsh.
BHS, Principal Francis I
Classroom teachers can make an
responded from the back of the room
impact, along with parents said
that attendance dilticult
a problem -
to solve. Francis is working on Supt, Duncan. \
Principal Francis said there is a
it, and is not satisfied with the pro
between classed
high relationship
'gress .on.'the attendance problem
either. ,missed and failure. Under the current

A .red-laced Francis got up from 24-credit requirement of the
state, there are fewer electives.
his chair, removed his jacket, and
About 50 of students
percent are
'moved to the front row of seats. He'
bored with their classes Francis
asked the school board members,
guessed, to Schlofman
answer a
do ?
"What you want.to knoW'
Schlotman. asked how many) are question.
BHS student attendance runs 0092per
cent said Francis. He declinedto
asked ? }
Francis which day It .
reveal the
teacher rate of
varies, 'he said. It could be any r
.number. 'absence Straight A's at Brooker...
'! "We should correct it if we can" .
students i BHS currenl'lhas/ a problem with said Chairman Schlotman said: He TheM tadenU at Brooker Elementary made straight A'V on their report card Jordan, Amy Luke and Jim Berry

specific classes being, and tardy leaving, 'skipping the ''asked Francis to "bring us recommendations for the second! ilx week grading period., Standing In the rear Jenifer (Lefeven, Saul Umitia'Matthugh! Crt by, Derek

school grounds at will. know." If' we can help, let us From left to right on the front row Renee Toll *on.DUa Ellin Merldlth Slden, Matthew Jordan Kevin Andrew and Kelll Cook.,

Francis who returned to BHS this James Ward" the new vo-tech
school year, explained be' had In- 'director said with the current attitude
herited a home room attendance of students and parents about Elisa Avilies. Adam Crawford Top HE SpellersBy

program that wasn't working. school attendance, it is difficult for.
Students were the principal to do anything. -
skipping the
Mark Friedlin "handbill", 'slapstick" and "galac-
Denise coordinator
10-mmute home Adams of ex-
program and BCT Staff Writer tic" but missed "secretaries'1, leaving '
going to first period. ceptional education,said she'd had a
problam with students under 16 Elisa Avilies and Adam Crawford Crawford and Avilies as the two, i iAdam

Francis said he's begun using first years of age who are required by will represent Hampton Elementary remaining contestants. o
period tor attendance. law to attend school on attendance. school in the Bradford County Crawford spelled "deadline",
fhe problem is further comp Francis said he has been amazed District Spelling Bee after winning "abusing" and "scribbled" before
plicated, Francis said,,by 10 classes that the after school work program their'''school Spelling Bee Wednes missing "knapsack" by forgettingthe

'at the vo-tech center: works, Tiey come in," said Francis day. silent,"k". "
Plus,, attendance is"now on' computer : Elisa spelled '"knapsack" and Top speller Avilies spelled

and reported\ only' twice per' : ''Some responsibility has got to be ''figment""' correctly! In the final ''obituary", "'dying'';, "taskmaster" a ra
day. round to claim the championshipand and "molecule" '
placed on students ;and, parents?; ,
Francis also 'pointed out that an Francis reiterated., Adam was named runner-up, Crews missed the word "mac-
administrator is in 'charge of each Board members agreed to have a after making it to the final round., ,/curate", Fuqua missed "privilege",
grade to call parents when studentsare workshop on attendances but did not Other contestants in the'SpellingBee McCuHough missed "orally"! and
absent. set a date. included;' Ricky Adams, Jen-, 'Darley missed 'additive"l .
1n'' addition; Mrs. Imogene Red- Asked how many calls about alien- nifer Darley, Morgan Esty, Tracy; Morgan Esty spelled ."per '
ding's oil ice has been closed In and, dance'' they'd had,, the board McCullougn Stacey Young, Billie Jo manence""' but missed '"chorus";', '

she is doing attendance fulltime, including members replied four to six each Mullis, C.K. Fuqua and Tim Crews Ricky Adams spelled "version" but L ..
Calling, parents of ,absent Supt. Duncan and Board Member The word list being used at each, missed "senator". .... Crawford.unno.Up .i
students .Jimmy Scott said they'd had no callson school Is tougher this year 'and te Stacey Young spelled "tailgate"and balsa
Francis said he's working 'on' the, the problem; harder words quickly started taking "gaudy" but missed "ticketer'.iBillie AvilUsHI HI SpclUr
their toll of the contestants. Jo Mullis spelled Spoiling; Championfrom

. Dana Warren Traci 'Thomas Top SS Spellers

Dana 'Warren daughter 'of Issac up. Traci misspelled "obituary" school system's admmstration Solid Waste .'
and Janet Warren of Starke correctly -", putting in "ch" in place of the letter building on N-Temple Ave. across rte aL .
spelled "obituary"! and ". Dana Warren from Bradford High School. "
t then correctly will hot start until the 'next fiscal
''handbill" to win the spelling bee at spelled "obituary"and got an easily The SS spellers all winners of ( page IA) ,year, about October; '
Soutnside Elementary last fhurs spelled word in "handbill." their'classroom spelling, bees were ;Tor"'the""lTTtountjregional, Master'''"".' "We can build out landfill for-r the-

day morning, Feb. 18. The pair, will reresent Soutnside .nervous and not spelling up to the Plan. a--, ,,.. money CDM wanted for the sibrlg
Tract 'Thomas, daughter of Gail Elementary at the county-wide capability, said the bee organizer The cost estimates -'--'will track. study." said Darabi;referring Unite
and Tommy Thomas, is the runner spelling bee March 2 at 10 a.m. in thePSSST Ms. Ann Baker, a SS teacher. with COM" >and "are the highest estimated cost of a siting study for
Pronouncer Phyllis Rother after they can be,"he said. "This will be a one central landfill for the 13 county'
consulting with the judges ran the first class up to standard landfill". '
; : : -' <: :' : ': tense students through an extra "You can budget with these region.A Class three landfill should be ad
::( : < ; ; '> < X : round after most "
::> : \ ,: .: practice were figures, Darabi said in response to jacent, it was said. This is a landfill
eliminated round. All
.I..I'\.I ,. in the first the a question. The cost figures for non hazardous wastes, yard
// {;:, ; I ,' competitors were called back up on presented are based on contract trash construction debris and the

\ ,: ) stage.In prices, and considerable money can like which does not need a liner.
ar Round 2 of 12 students
five the be saved by using county labor and Also, a borrow pit is needed close
were eliminated by misspelling "af- equipment for roads, excavation, ,
by as a source for cover for the land-
and bUIldings: fill. The landfill will have to be a
Leave the placing of the liners to a
"high 'rise" type because of the'
contractor, Darabi advised,thereby, shallow water table at about two feet
removing some of the liability. He
in depth.
'Dana Warr.n also advised contractor for ,
using a Tipping fees, the charge for trash
SS Runnvr-Up Speller the leachate system '"fhe rest can delivered to the. landfill, are

: r fair/ pick'et,'r'"meteor"and ''an.- be done with county labor/' estimated at $25.73 per ton. This
y 'fhe data collection will start about
Round price will change very little over the
'( nual. Two more went out in June. It will take about six monthsfor
3 misspelling "purchase" and "arc-!' study and design. Constructionwill five year period.This compares with
Round 4 about $57 per ton as estimated by
tic, Another went out in not start until the next fiscal
"difference." CDM for one 13 county regional landfill -'
misspelling ,year, about October:, '
The competing students all fifth'graders -

i were Traci Thomas Kim "We can build out' landfill for the Administration. ,
Douglas, Elise Sistrunk KeShawn'' money COM wanted 'Leave the'' ...
'Lamar Wynn, Jesse Newman Dana placing of the liners to a contractor, A name was chOsen for the group.'
Warren. Shannon Safer, Tama Mat- Darabi advised thereby removing Since the New River is central to the,
tox, Vincent trims, ,and Michael some of the liability. He also advised< area and serves as the boundary bet-'
Thomas using a contractor for the leachate' ween Bradford and Union and is the,
'Judges for the SS bee were SS system. "The rest can be done with main drainage for much of the;

I -. JIU"u4.. media center' director"! Dan Smith, county tabor" region, The New River Solid Waste
BHS guidance counselor Theresa' The data collection will start about Association was selected as a name
Trotl ThomasSS ,Holiday and LE media center director -' June It will take about six months for the tri i county-DOC coalition.f

Spelling Champion/ ] Lois Moore. for study and design. Construction: Representation on the governing
board will be two commissionersfrom

each county with two voting
members from DOC also. The three''
;' 1's i ."
ii r rTtltr' PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE additional commissioners from each
county will > be assigned >as alter-"
'2nd Public'Hearing Notice nates, with the order of vote to be,
reported to the governing board.A .
quorum will consist of eight

p,4F f The city of Starke is applying to the Florida Department of1 Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the voting members. At least two
r members, from each county
; I Commercial, Revitalization, category i in, the amount :of'IS1S.000."undet, the,' Small Cities .Community delegates or alternates, must be pre..

Development Block' Grant (CDBG) Program. For each'activity that is proposed'at least 51% of the funds must ,sent for the board to act; '

benefit low and moderate income persons. The activities dollar amount and estimated percentage. benefit to low

and moderate .income persons for which the city is applying are:

BMS Climatefrom .


NUMBER' NAME sosr'LOWtMODERATE: ; speaking'of the structered school

... day for students. '
Ferguson asked "Why can't

013,,. Parking Facilities, .,..-.- $25,000 ,100% students go outside. after eating
017 Street "25,000 100%' lunch? He was'told there are no
.YA WANNA '' Improvements supervisory personnel available to

,063 Direct'Assistance to .. ;, provide the necessary surveilance of

MAKE A KILLIN? Private-(or-Profit Businesses 333,000 '100% students ,Mazzella said he agreed
with allowing the students to go out-
171 Acquisition ,142.000 '. 100A side if supervision can be provided.
,:'Noon Is the only time a student has
The Classifieds offer a fast-moving i iSI Administrative. 50.000 N/A I ITOTALGRArqREQUEST' to unwind," Mazzella said.' .

'market for buying or selling the $575,000 Ferguson was persistent., He asked

The,City of Starke plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG -When are you going to allow
source for knowing when to 'students to be
power responsible for their
funded activities in the following manner no displacement is proposed under this project.;: ,own actions?" ,

buy andwhen, to sell!! Move in for' ,If any persons are'displaced as a result of these planned activities the city will assist such McKinney said students progress

.' '" your" kill,; soon!! '" persons in the following manner: 'as required under the 25 CFG 42 U.S. Department of Is from completely elementary. structured where their to middle time

':': Housing and Urban Development regulation that implements .the- Uniform Relocation school, where they enjoy more

,. ..!, ) ', '" ,.' Assistance And Real Property Acquisition Policy Act of 1970.A freedom students, are into allowed high school where
: ,.., / considerably
,", : .j :. public hearing to provide citizens the opportunity to comment on the application will beheld more freedom.

";,("::'; \' 964-6305: : in City Hall on February 25, 1988 at 7:00: p.m. A Copy of the application will be availablefor happy Mazzella medium sald..We-ltave,' where I feel struck real a

review at Plan Com. Inc. on Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00: and 5:00.: Comfortable '

The application will be submitted to the state on February 26 1988. To obtain additional Following the school board
workshop, one board member said
Telegraph information concerning the application and the public hearing contact Linda Day John the tight discipline reflects the thinking -

Mooshie or LaShaun Butler 108 E. Call St., (904) 964-8902., .of a Administrator former principal Dewey at BMS.McKinney




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For the future. .. '
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Local Members Celebrate National, FFA 'Week .

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By Mark Frledlln Senior Advisor Greg Alvarez says The FFA'ers also have another or- .
BCT Staff Writer the young people here are aware chard planted with magnolias and,
Local members of the Bradford they are an important part of society maple at the farm. '
High School Junior and senior with a big role to play in the futureas The maID stand of pines 'on the :
chapters of the Future Farmers of they prepare for their careers.National farm Is over 35 years old.' it was 1,41k
America are uniting with FFA'ersfrom FFA week has been planted by two highly respected
all over the country to historically associated with former members, now both retired- ,
celebrate National FFA Week. ,Washington's birthday, which alsooccu..m former Director Paul Hutchins and
Each/ year beginning Feb 21 and February. Washington was ,agriculture teacher B.R. Ferguson.
throughout the year local membersparticipate recognized as a master farmer on These pines have to be cut
in a number of activitiesto his Virginia plantation and the ,National periodically but only in part. A portion .
both salute and promote their = FFA center In Alexandria is of the stand was cut and sold to
organization.BHS situated on land that formerly pay for the construction of a
Senior Chapter President belonged to his estate machine shed which houses the tractors
Chad Thornton says the group is ex FFA has been preparing young the students use in their plan
cited about telling the communitywhat people for careers in agriculture ting operations. FFA'ers burn off a
they have been doing this year, since 1928. Now with over '9,500 portion of the underbrush regularly
and explains that FFA is an chapters and nearly half a, million on the farm and work constantlywith
organization of students of vocational members, the organization realizesthe the assistance of the Forestry
agriculture who are preparing importance of reaching and Service in cutting firebreaks and '
themselves for a career In maintaining 'a high level of ex supervising the burning. -' tE+ Zi js
agriculture. cellence. With its attention Concentrated The FFA program at the BHS includes }
on preparing for tommorrow, far more than just trees and
FFA intends to reach and maintain a tree' management, however; The
standard of excellence that will keep students also learn first hand about
agriculture number one here and care of poultry and poultry manage-
abroad. ment ''with a chicken coop on ,the
Given the current financial crisis ,farm where they must feed and care a x$ '"
in many of the nation's farms, the ,for the chickens and ,pick up the
KFA program assumes even more eggs.
J + importance to the future of ,the,industry There is also a greenhouse where
in this country. the students learn to raise and care
Lot's of Work to Do...
The Bradford FFA, program for ornamental plants and shrubs. (
places a great deal of emphasis, not They learn livestock production FFA'er Donnle Oden and Chad Thornton wash down one of their prize .possessions at the ITA farm on a rccrnt
only on knowledge gained in which includes poultry, dairy and' afternoon after big raiiutorm. I
classroom experience, work and beef cattle and horses. The students Member pick up practical experience rasing their own animal, then show them In the annual Bradford County:
study, but also on the kind of prac, also learn the basics of goat and Fair.
tical hand's on experience the sheep production although the farm
students gain at the FFA' farm does not have any goats or sheep at Y.
located on SR 301. this time.
The farm consists of 170 acres purchased Each Spring a big garden is
by the ,Bradford County planted by FFA'ers to teach
School Board from Hogan Smith In members about crop farming.The .
the 1940's. About 70 acres are taken FFA'ers also gain extensive
up with pastures,' buildings a hsh knowledge of another, new dimension -
pond and fields. The remaining 100 of agricultural education at the 1
acres consists of planted Stands of two fish ponds on the. farm. The
pine including slash, long leaf and largest of the two were excavatedand
Virginia pane.Alvarez the top-soil ended up in an _
explained that one of the
unusual place the BHS football
goals in the program is to have examples field.Members also planted Virginia IaC}
of every type of tree in Brad- pines around the ponds'as a wind
ford County available to the studentsfor break.
study so they can-tearn to care When you take into account the k- _
for and identify various species. projects like tree cutting to pay for'
The FFA also has a thriving fruit the machine Shed"and selling cattle t 4
orchard that was planted on thee
raised by the chapter'on the farm'
farm four years ago the FFA'ers can turn their practical,
Skill ,Work... The students about the here ,wilt ,gam experience into money-making ac-' Old Faithful...
knowledge special care
Bradford. FFA member Billy needed for plums pears and grapes. tivities. Although the program is not FFA member John King Randy I'ndVrl.lll' and Ernie'William are busy malntlanlng the old Ford! tractor, used I by the
Sanford prepare to make a practice The organization plans to get more ,See, ..' organization at their farm In wet Bradford County. '
In weld the*local part program.the training, he receive ,varieties the future.planted in the"orchard in' FFA... page 12A, project',The farm b a big. Job,for some of the itudent.who raise livestock and tend.plant l In the grrrnliuuM! aj par< of their' I


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NATIONAL ,FFAFEBRUARY 'WEEK, and deep? appreciation ,in providing this great J r ;1 /J' ;J_ '
service to our communities and our nation.

20-27 Happy 60th Anniversary to all its members.,

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iLALAAIIF C-Cap Meeting Tonight (Thursday)

LL In Bradford 'County Courtroom I

(.ar '.n. Dr', Barney' Capehart, industrial ,
F1't.r engineering professor at the University of
Florida, and Lynn Capehart, professor at
the UF College of Law and former staff
F/ dli
a member with the St.Johns Water Manage-
}, ment District, will be guest spea ken'at
tonight's meeting (Thursday, Feb. 25) of .
the Citizens Coalition Against Pollution.
P 7'n nI

.,K xv YAfI Topic for discussion at the 7 p.m.
meeting in the main courtroom of the courthouse
will( be "communicating with state

agencies." yy Ir ,-

Two Alachua County Commissioners 1 s dbe .r iM i- -
Jim Notestem and Penny Wheat spoke at
last 'Thursday's meeting,, stressing the
right of the people to petition their''govern-
ment for the redress of grievances. "We
have the right to ask questions and keep

asking them until answered Commissioner -
"We Jot a Prison
Wheat said, referring to the con
trovery over the method used by the .p,
Bonier wondcri if DEK knows that Lawte has a prison also-located less Department of environmental Regulationin
than a mil from the Road 225 site, now selected: for one of the top five finalists in
he unwelcome Choice for A hazardous waste treatment plant."I'm gonna fight It," selecting sites for Florida's hazardous Hot Topic...
waste treatment facility; "We employ and
the Mayor says
pay public officials.,, they are here tp!work Terry McCarthy,chief of Hellbron Springs Volunteer Fire Department makes a'
O'Neal (Bradford County solid waste director),,
for us,** Wheat said, pointing out that point In discussion with Darrell
Commissioners) at C-Cap
and Wheat .(Alachua County
Jim Notesteln Penny
'. ; ',;"hazardous waste facilities across the
country fail over and over.again." meeting last Thursday night
: ,, .
; of said the agency had started off wantingsites
standard for Buddy Revels an outspoken opponent
ebiTORiAlS' Notestem said,"There is no 200 to 300
-as large as acres
sites in Brad ; had
incinerators. He said that the proposed treatment plant
emissions reduced the size to 160 acres somewhere
{ and Counties said"They
ford Clay
is the easiest
waste reduction at the source '
,I" (DER) is making decisions without having, along the line, was now proposing a'
: : '\ way to cope with the disposal of waste,, the necessary data." He said that Weston, site as small as 88 acres in the Camp Blan
\. most of which is generated below a line the firm employed by DER to select proposed ding reservation. "They're changing their
; Orlando axis. deliverable (paper work) to DER". He said.

':Suwannee River Buffer Dispute '. DATES; TO RE MEMBER

FEBRUARY Y 29 DER Hearing on Hazardous Waste Sites, Middleburg. High

Shows Need, ,of Preparedness School Auditorium 7 to 10 p.m.

,,i':::: ." ," ', MARCH Hazardous Waste Awareness Day, 9:30 a.m. to 2:00: p.m..'.. ,; .,:V<; :.

\ '. ,:,;., ";., t. SFCC Starke Center Parking Lot. > /, ',,1', ti Y"'I< .', \: :"':('(',.::::1, : .,:, ;
The Suwannee' i liiver.vVater Management posal''It Was argued that the 75-loot setback -!''<;,.,1>, :';';,,"" ," ?'"' .' .. '?''jf.;( \'. ,., '/.' ;.: ; ':'.' : ;...!
District, IS' preparing ,to take was insufficient to protect a river,, ,' MARCH 17-18 Hearing, Environmental Regulation Commission i ; o'1 ,' I { : ;. : "
Two-day : :
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belated action on developing more that belongs.t6 all the people, not Just i:,i,, '{ ", ',, ''" '" l '; Ip, ' \ ,i:
:" 1"" ,, : :" Re: top four Hazardous Waste- Sites. :y. 'tV I"'i'\ )' ,'' '',,> : : ,"!, ;
realistic the those of Hamilton County. > Ja '
Setback regulations along .North Campus Florida' Community College 4501 Capper Road
Suwannee River,, matter that, should, fhe Department Community' Af

,have been addressed years ago bclore a fairs' reportedly favors an '800-foot set* ,

:crisis like the present SuWannee trails back' for the development along the 'i ,' '...."

Camp Resort controversy, developed. ,river," and also wants the number of
I .
The, District's' governing board has} campsites cut in half. The 'matter will '
agreed to'aut horlze"a $25,000 study' .ot eventually be ''decided by, the Florida Santa Fe River and Rowell Lake "

bulier zones long,;'the.river whjcji/ at Cabinet and Governor Martinez, sitting '

the present time r'qulre'a'' minimum ,as the' Florida 'Land and Water Ad-,' To ,Be Included.,, SWIM.Pr, gram'f

setback: ol only 75 feet irom the rIver'' .judicatory Commission.
bank- no .'1 atler how large the development -*:

or how great, )Hs potential threat' fhe 75-foot buffer was established six Six north central Florida lake and river Columbia,County's Alligator' Lake and District concluded that north, central

,to the lamed river.SetbaCkdistances. years ago, along with other regulations systems, including the Santa Fe River and Falling Creek Flonda has not yet experienced the

', lor development in the ,Suwannee's'' Rowell Lake in Bradford County,' have The Suwannee; Stemhatchee, Santa Fe, ''widespread water degradation problemsof
Should'bC governed Hood .platO. But ,the rules at that time been selected for preservation efforts as, and Withlacoochee Rivers were recommended other state regions, and the Suwannee I
Management District looks to the SWIM
funds become available under the state'snew ,
by the SIze'and nature of t the proposed were designed lor typical river residential Surface Water Improvement and for conservation because of their program as a means of preventing those

'development, as well as the .widely usea single family home on two to Management (SWIM) program. The an- recreational good water quality and ;wildlife and the potential''values, pollution their- problems in the future,

varying types of terrain:! along the River three acres.. Obviously a 75-loo't set nouncement was made by the Suwannee threats from agriculture, urbanization -
I Irom the OKeelenokee Swamp to the back is not adequate for an'' mtenslvedevelopmf.'nt River Water Management District, which. and industry. The Suwannee and San:, SWIM was' created by the Florida
'Gulf'of Mexico. The setback distances of 4,000 campsites along alive also plans to monitor the condition of 27 ta Fe have additional protection by being Legislature in 1987 to give the five water
should be flexible enough to permit ,a mile.stretch of the river other district bodies as part of of water the SWIM in program its 15-county classed.as Outstanding! ,Florida._Waters.!! ,management restore polluted waterbodies a long-term and to tool con-to

!, case-by-case treatment of each develop- Rowell''Lake'west, "of Starke;: part of the ,,Mserve those* still In'good condition: The
I tnent'''uset/ which can range from a ,lt )'unfortunate that'' nothing was 'A'majority''of'thb'5uwanliefi' t: 'I,'"Santa,F\,jBrnuaad.AJIigatar.LalM;/ at I. Suwannee District has received $96,000( for
single family dwelling ,to the 4,000 ;done about'changing the"75-foot buffer' 1988 SWIM funds will be spent on the upper' "Lake City;are' potential Restoration projects SWIM planning,. and full program funds!
had and lower Suwannee River, the Santa Fe because of present and past urban i will come later from legislative appropriations '
units Suwannee zone regulation until a developer
camper by and its connecting lakes, theWithlacoochee pollution problems.A received through the Department Of
traits Camp Resort moved in and based development and. Stemhatchee Rivers; consultant's study in 'the Suwannee Environmental .
plans on this inadequate buffer. But,

fhe :Suwannee River si banks and 'even so; this does not justify the risk, ofdegrading

shores are ,as varied ;ai the river itself, the Suwannee by allowing :'
ranging from steep high bluffs near the 4,000 campsites, 'with thousands of County. Aoenfrs Notebook -, --,: BV,, Bobby Taylor.
Florida/Georgia line to flat river waste-producing campers within a

swamps near the Gulf 01, Mexico. Obviously 'stone's throw of what is now designatedas

: setback distances should vary an'' Outstanding Florida Water. The This is the time of year when a lot of new ''Tree 'Planting Time soil. Kill the hole three-fourths full, keeping
according to the nature of the Suwanneeand ,Suwannee River should be kept In its trees and shrubs are added to the land the plant in an upright position Water
the density of development present near-pristine condition, no mate scape. And, to get,the most out of your material down away from the soil ball,and thoroughly.After the water settles, fill the
planned plant purchases you'need to establish it'' will decay naturally. Container grown rest of the hole with more amended soil,
what the costa
along its shores) ter. trees and shrubs correctly. Getting new plants usually are sold in metal cans, 'and water again. Finally, make a rim of
plants off to a good start can have a lot to which must be carefully cut away. and soil a few inches high and.two or three feet
I Hamilton: Cbmmis- this painful lesson in unpreparedness'in do with their health andappearance for discarded before planting: away from the plant's trunk. This saucer
o Although County the face of ill-advised over' many years to come. ,After your plant is set, you're ready to 'shaped basin will help hold water,. and'
'sloners approved the' development on ''development, should teach governing If you follow our basic guidelines for fill up the rest of the hole with amended 'direct it to the roots of the plant.

the, grounds that it,would be good lor the,,'' ''bodies on both the state and county levelto ''establishing new trees and shrubs, you can
'county's tax base and create new jobs, save time and money, and be a step aheadin
prepare now with protective planning your' efforts to develop an attractive Forestry in Bradford
the County'
Florida Department Community
ordinances. The worst is yet to come in landscape. Proper care should begin the ,
AJfairs> 'which reviews the plans 01 ''indiscriminate"' development unless'' day you bring a new plant home. It's best if
large developments.)challenged the have the ,Attention Landowners!
) prof controlled,, you already planting site ready.
,But, this involves a lot more than Just digg-
'ing the hole. Before you're ready to plant, -potential trees, pond management/fee fishing, and
learning about
Interested in
,I you need to add amendments to the soil. wildlife management/hunting leases
Adding soil amendments is an importantpart sources of 'additional woodlands income could Ever be Learn how to turn pine cones, pine straw,.
Letters to the of establishing trees and shrubs. Soil wondered more profitable how your Here is your chance to wax myrtles and oaks into income.
145 Ed.itor amendments are things like compost pine dream vacation this These topics will be in separate afternoon
a one-day
bark and peat moss. They help hold water sessions from which landowners will
weekend to Jacksonville and find out about
and nutrients better in our sandy soils
,select three to attend. The morning session
Dig the planting hole about 12 inches all these Ideas.A .
'I', "', \ will include prominent people in the know,
deeper and wider than the root mass of the Florida-Georgia Forest Landowner speaking on topics such as changes in
plant, with the sides going straight down, Seminar sponsored by the University of timber tax legislation, types of assistancenot
: <\." rather than sloping. You'll then have plen- Florida Cooperative, Extension Service lan-
( just money) available to forest
: : "' ty of loose earth to work with. Mix one part (IFAS) and the University of 'Georgia downers, and how be able to get
= you may
r'B ,, 0 t..J Y' the soil JIDU plan to use in setting your this Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Quality Inn The cost of the one-day session is $30''
,.wr'. -..h'v-? 4'.4r: J..i .. ., -- plant. ) the amended soil back In the hole.Pack the theme for the seminar is "Alternate Enter-, ( you are able to deduct expenses since
'" he Ol 4b. uifs.cu'Q: ,. ..... added soil down fairly well, so the plant'doesn't prises for Your Forest Land." The the tax changes). A schedule of events is
SCk setUe after it's set. seminar will provide the landowner with available and Is posted for at officeas
+ my
oSe 0 C n ;l-efi_ Qr. 'fdSr..w' Next, stand the plant upright in the up-to-date information on the manage- well as registration material. Don't)
center of the hole, and turn it so that its ment and economics. of various alter- delay the not far Even if
; meeting's
CIsi, rid, a'Ain.: e, a.i7.pJ SL df.1..Ihen> ,, 1 best side is most visible Make sure there's natives. you haven't. time to come by away.and pick up a
plenty of room for the roots. When working Items which be interested
you may in in- of the
program, Just come day
:Jo evcz..r lA-Sf-.3b: beqt': u Se.., with a bare root plant,make a cone shaped '..ll1tf*r cattle/grazing leases, Chrl-tm" meeting. '
: ? mound of soil in the bottom of the hole,and
:- 7,4g.. :t\q-- .ce5Fv.L c 'co flrn.c; arrange the roots around It. They should
j. .
:be spread naturally, not cramped or
A /I1 9 -- .f-CoALa.1.n l! 4Jh h O he..C. twisted.For a balled and burlapped or con

.t..ofA..l 4 'arcc.s2. ., det .. L, .---7 ntU'3po.opl2.: \ right Make level sure In the you soil.place Planting the plant.too shallowcan at the j I'r

cause the roots to dry out. But,
.... .'1 '--'. ...,--,.. .:.... '-- ....,:..,... ---- ,_..._'.,. 4,......,.,i- ..,J\..'.. .AP ting ,too deep can suffocate roots,plan-and r
cause the base of the trunk to rot. On bare
._. ... .. _.... .
---- _...*,!!*... tMw. -" root plants, you can usually tell what the. '
right level is because there's a color +vu
-- -- ; --- _. -- .. W ..._i change where the base of thertrunk' meets
the soil line. With balled and burlapped or
-.........-................ / .', container grown plants, line up the top of
the soil bail with the soil surface '
'" ( '''' Don't try to remove the burlap on a balled -,

and burlap plant. Simply roll the
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Owuws : From Kingsley Lot, Y

C O By Owner, Feb. 18 1

''b 0.G.nRG ON-JOttN,M.MIUII! A mobile home placed in a restricted ,
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Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at the Post Office at. Kingsley Lake,was removed from Fire
Starke.. Florida, under Act March: 3, 1879. Subscription rate In trade area: $12 per yean ,Lane U m Thursday Feb. 18. Tickets for Sale!

$7.0O six months: Outside trade area: $13 per year; $$7.5O six month T A bearing for'disposition; the case for Velma Sa (left) and Minnie Redding sell
toning violations against StaRe attorney'' of Day"l Starke Saturday, JSSKSSSS3
Phone (904)) 964-6305 135 W.Call Street/P.O. Drawer A Starke.Florida 32081 Gene Shaw Is set for disposition at 9 a.m. by area merchant, and proceeds will go toward defraying npenl' sf the three
Monday, March 14, in Clay County court. county campaign agalnit a hazardous Waite treatment plant In this area.



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Schluter-Canova: Wed Feb. 6

ai First! Baptist Church CeremonyThe T

First Baptist Church of Starke was the setting for the marriage of
Miss Kym L. Schluter and George A.,Canova, Jr.,on Saturday, Feb. 6 at 2 -

i'f, i iri .p.m.. .
A white wrought iron seven-branch candelabra entertwined with,
miniature ivy and holding mauve tapers flanked by ferns on wrought iron .' -
stands was the focal point of the ceremony. Pew markers holding mauve
M tapers and featuring boughs of cedar and baby's breath tied with trailing
,mauve velvet ribbons were used to enhance the setting.
Piano selections were performed by Miss Beth Francis,who also accom k/
'4w vt, pawed vocalist Kevin Neel. Rev. Charlie Green performed the ceremony !&
t in the presence of family members and friends. Mrs. George A. Canova,
,Sr., performed the organ processional and recessional for the ceremony. '
Mr. Canova chose his cousins to serve as ushers: Brian and Jason
Canova of Starke Steve Canova of Tallahassee and Bill Furlong of
Valdosta, Ga. 4 -
As guests arrived, they'were handed a keepsake scroll by Mrs. Bill
Furlong, cousin of the groom,,and ladies were pinned with a camellia
4 grown by the family, before entering the sanctuary, by Mrs. S.L.Peek Jr.
Single minuet rosebuds were carried by mothers and grandmothers oil the
couple to which an heirloom handkerchief had been attached.
: George A.Canova,Sr.,served as best man for his son. Little Parker Sex
.. ton, nephew of the groom served as ringbearer carrying a tiny white
heart-shaped pillow covered in lace and satin.
Mrs. William Glenn Sexton, Jr, sister of the groom, served as matron of
w M honor, wearing a gently romantic tealengUgown of mauve lace over
satin, featuring a bateau neckline:: with a graceful vee-neck in back. The
Mr.and Mr. Kwinn K..trOllkyShlpmanKastrosky gown's only adornment was a satin cummerbund with back bow. She wore
lace and satin slippers and carried a tussie-mussie fashioned of lavender,
mauve daisies, rose miniature carnations,leather leaf fern, sprigged with
baby's breath and tied with mauve streamers. '
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Wed ;, The bride, escorted by her father, Dave K. Schluter, was radiant in a
period gown fashioned during the '405 era of white lace over whisper taf-
January 1 7n,/ Home CeremonyRhonda feta. The bodice featured a bateau neckline and long tapered sleeves and
accented with a slightly rounded back neckline.The bodice was encrustedwith .
iridescent sequins and miniature seed,pearls in intricate designs.The
Sue Shipman, daughter of, pendant, which was a gift from the voluminous hooped skirt fashioned with four wide ruffles,each sewn with a
Commander and Mrs. Wayne Ship- bride. Her bouquet was, a single double row of iridescent sequins, was flounced by a lace overskirt which Mr.and Mr*. Ray Crawford
man of Honolulu, and Kwmn Edward -, cymbidium orchid with white roses formed a graceful chapel-length train. Her dark hair was adorned with
1 Kastrosky, son of Mr.and Mrs, and ivy. sprigs of baby's breath She wore a strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. The Ray Crawfords To Celebrate
James Kastrosky of Lake Mills Best, man was brother of the Her tussie-mussie was elegantly designed of white daisies, rose miniature
Wis., Were married Friday.,Jan. 1 in groom, Karl Kastrosky. Usher was carnations, leather leaf fern, sprigs of baby's breath, centered with a Their Fiftieth Anniversary March 20Mr.
a home ceremony. Steve Shipman cousin of the bride. single minuet rosebud and tied with white satin streamers. She earned a
The wedding was held at the homeof Following the double-ring white lace and satin-covered Bible, a gift to the couple by friends in Tucson ;-
Mr. and Mrs. H.D.:Shipman (thebride's ceremony, a reception was held by Arizona. .and Mrs.Ray Crawford of Lake Butler. will( celebrate their 50th wedding -'
aunt) in DaVie, Fl. and was the pool. Decorations throughout the Guests assembled at the Starke Woman's Club immediately'' followingthe anniversay on Sunday March 20.
performed by Rev. Ben Rogers of home consisted of palms, diefen- wedding ceremony for a reception honoring the couple. Mrs. L.A. i A reception being given by their children will be held at the.Lake Butler
'Flamingo Rd. Baptist Church. Providing bachla, roses, gladiolas, and mums Canova, Sr., paternal grandmother of the groom, greeted guests upon arrival Community Center from 3 until 5 p,m.
nuptial music on the organ all in the chosen colors of mauve andwhite. and invited them to register their presence with Mrs, James Otto, The family requests assistance in compiling a book recalling memories
was the bnde's aunt Mrs, Ann Ship paternal aunt of the groom. from the Crawford's first fifty years of marriage. Those wishing to participate .
man. The bride's book was placed on,the library table in the parlor before the in this "memory book" are requested to write one memory or eX'-
Given in marriage by her father, The bride's table was adorned mantel which was decorated with ivy,ferns,daisies in the chosen color and perience that Was shared with the Crawford and submit it by March 8 to E
the bride wore a gown of white satin with a two-tier heart-shape cake, baby's breath and featuring a single burning taper surrounded by daisies Ralph Crawford563 Haven Point Drive, Treasure Island, Fla. 33706.
with a sweetheart neckline bodice along with mints, nuts, anc cham- and fern. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Furlong, maternal grandparents of the The family believes that loving memories they have shared with friends
with hand beading and English net pagne. Mrs. Lyn Pancoast of Ft. groom Introduced Master Hunter Sexton to guests. would bethe most treasured gift they could receive, therefore, they requestno
schiffle embroidery sequin and Pierce (aunt of the bride) served The cake table was centered before the stage balanced by matching urns other gift.
pearls, accented with Elizabethan from the punch table. holding boughs of cedar and/ baby's breath and ferns. The heirloom cloth.
sleeves with schiffle embroidery in Uncle of the bride,. Ronald 'Ship- covering the cake table Was of cut-work design and was strewn with ivy .
,sets. The flowing gown had man, greeted guests.at the door and daisies. Triple-branched silver, candelabra intertwined with -- -
scalloped lace trim on the hem.Her' Mrs. 'fhelma Tidwell, the bride's maidenhair fern flanked the four-tiered cake decorated with a basket; e I
headpiece was a silk floral wreath of grandmother, cut and served the weave frosted effect and fresh daisies, the bnde's chosen flowers, in white,
white roses,' ,luster pearls ,with cake. The bnde's book was presidedover and mauve.Topping the cake was a porcelain music box featuring a bride NOTICE.! NOTICE. !, NOTICE!
layers of tulle and netting. She worea by the bride's cousin,.Debbie and groom playing "The Bndal March". ,
pearl and diamond pendant with Shipman. The food table was covered with a lace cloth that was used at the wedding In an"' effort to keep our ed to fill out the wedding information -.,
matching earrings, which was a gift Following a wedding trip to Cedar' reception of the groom's parents in 1959. A variety of fmgerfoods were, social items' current and I forms provided by
from the groom. Her flowers were Key, the newlyweds are residing in served for the enjoyment of the guests.The beverage tables offered coffee, timely, the Editor""requests ,the Telegraph' BEFORE the'
two cymbidium orchids, white. roses St. Petersburg.Mrs. and members and fnends assisted in serving
and ivy. Kastrosky is employed as' punch champagne..Family that 'social items. especially, wedding, rather than waiting
The matron of honor was Renee Assistant Chief of Prosthetics guests." weddings be submitted until after the honeymoontrip
at A highlight of the afternoon was a unique parade of the younger set lead
Lyn Sears, sister of the bride, wear- VAMC in St. Petersburg. The groomis by Mr. and Mrs. Canova, Sr., their grandsons Parker and Hunter Sexton 'within two months (60.days) and moving is completedto
ing veiolet satin gown with a formerly from Lake Mills, Wis., and children who were in attendance. Miniature flags were given to each of their occurrence. begin this detailed. infor.
sweetheart neckline and bell diamond skirt and is employed by Vision Cable in child as they processed through the party rooms. Brides-to-be are encourage mation.Rosha's .
accented by a pearl and St. Petersburg. The couple planned a tour of points of interest in Central Florida, then
returned to spend a week with family and fnends before departing for. .
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizonan where they are both

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Mlscellaneous'Shower sulators held burning white tapers 'Woman's Club of Starke Exec. Board'Sets'Meetlng' 'Berniece Toole.specializes' in

Honoring! ,Cindy Winkler/ / encased in hurricane globes. The Executive Board of the'board meeting of all chairmen and hair coloring.,
Dinner guests included family Woman's Club of Starker'will meet
Cindy Winkler, b ide-elect of DontGreene members and out-of-town guests: (,Wednesday, Mar, 2 at.1 p-p1n.lDpteMarch workers 17-2O.in Anyone the upcoming:acaveiy shown par*. She i invites you to.drop by. ,If
want honored i.with-- a MR and Mrs.Dave Scniuter;parbntk'of ,dub room. ,' "'' '
H' / \ ttng in the show 'you are considering a changeof
,miscellaneous shower on Tuesday. the bride-elect:: from Spring'ValleyCallf. Mrs. Evelyn Griffin,Antique Show'sent at this all important meeting
Feb. 16. The hostesses for the ., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sex- Chairman, will have a meeting Imwhich, is the last meeting prior to the hair color she can do it to
shower were Muriel Gilhooly, ton and their sons Parker and mediately; following the regular show. suit
Melody Stilwell, Tammy Winkler' Hunter from Selma, Ala., Mr. Kevin, you.
Sylvia UnderhIll and Sylvia Reddish Neel of Albany, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. "-
,at the Crosby Lake home of the Glenn Sexton of Selma, Ala., Mrs. -'"
latter. Marietta Sexton of Montgomery,', '964 7570.597 Raiford Rd. Corner of Weldon'CaptainDs
The refreshment table was Ala., Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Canova,Jr.,
covered with an army-navy cloth of Kings Mountain, N.C., Miss Judy ,
with a bride doll as centerpiece. Lynn Canova of Columbia, S.C., Mr.
Forty guests were invited to attend Bruce Alderman and Miss Mary
.The hostesses presented Cindy Carroll Alderman of Baltimore,
with a spice rack of her chosen china Md., along with thirty-six guests
pattern. who shared this celebration with the jifts Sti%&Dried flowers .. Collectibles
honored couple
Accessories gourmet ><%; & !BtU .Accents

Fish Fry Stag Party ,. Lingerie Shower Step into Spring when you step into our shop. Lots of new A great little seafood place.

Honors George Canova Honors Recent Bride 't merchandise'to chase away the winter.dotdrums., Order.your '"

A fish fry-stag party was hosted by 'On Thursday, Feb. 4, Miss Kym L.. custom designed taster 'Baskets: Our,suppCus'are L'Layaways'always
George A. Canova,Sr.,on Thursday, Schluter, recent bride of George A.., welcomed!: 10 Piece
of his George A. ,
Feb. 4,In honor son, Canova, Jr., was honored with a
Canova,Jr.,at his-home on Kingsley. : lingerie shower hosted by Mrs. S.L. Hours: 9:30'-5:30: M-f '. 9:30: -4:00: Sat;,
,Lake. Peek, Jr., and Mrs. David Canova
Guests included family members, at the home of the former.
out-of-town wedding guests and A red and white valentine motif 304 W.!. Colt St. A Specialty Gift Shop

neighbors. Approximately, 25 men was used in decorating the party Stares 7la. '964-8547'
were invited to share a tasy meal rooms and refreshment table.
prepared 'by. Mr. Canova and Games were enjoyed by the guests ShrimpDinner

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and bouquet of paper to be modeledby 411 W. MA.IS.MfT > t) It
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Engagement ., Social/ BrIefs..

DukesHlcksEngagement' Monica Green Honored

Told With Kitchen ShowerMiss '

Mr and Mrs. John W. Dukes of Monica Green bride-elect of'
Starke announce the engagement of Randy Andrews was honored with a
f! their daughter, Saundra Lynne, to kitchen shower Tuesday Feb. 16.,
Russell Troy Hicks, son of Mr. and Hostesses for this occasion were
Mrs. Milton R.Hicks, also of Starke. Mrs. Lavon Andewt. Mrs. Millard
The bride-elect was'' a 1986 Judd and Mrs. Douglas Hardy, and
graduate of Bradford High School the shower was held at the Call St.
and is employed by Community home of the latter.
State Bank. Guests were greeted at the door by
The groom-to-be is a 1987 BHS Mrs. HJalmar Wilson. Mrs. Judd Invited
graduate and is employed br Gator them Into the garden room
a 11 Farm Supply. where, after a get-acquainted
The wedding will be held August period games were played with
IjKim 20, 1988 and final plans will be an- I each game winner presented with a
nounced at a later kitchen gadget, which was la turn '
I given to the honoree: ,
ILl Guests were then invited into the
L 4 dining room where finger foods were

; : ., served from a table covered with a
date.1':1" silk embroidered cloth centered by
Brewer an arrangement of flowers depicting
.ad Chip Markham Nancy Powell the honoree's bridal colon of blue
and Douglas ConnerPoweConner and white.

Brewer'MarkhamEngagement // Mrs. Andrews presided at'the
silver service in the garden
Engagement Told pouring coffee and Russian tea.The

Mr.and Mrs.Jeff Gowens and Mrs. Otis Earl Brewer of Mrs., Martha Powell and Mr. and tea table was covered with an army
Lawtey, announce the engagementof Mrs. Ray Powell,all of Lake Butler navy cloth centered with blue
their daughter, Kimberley Dean announce the engagement and approaching flowers arranged in a very unique
Johnson-Gowens Wed at First to Charles L. (Chip) Markham Jr., marriage of their' crystal and silver flower holder on
BaptistClara ,son of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Markhamof daughter Nancy Elizabeth, to which sat a saver lovebird.As .

Sue Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.R Johnson, Jr.. of Kmgsley Lake. Douglas Lucian Conner, son of Mrs Miss gifts Green they were opened displayed her many in
The bride-to-be attends Bradford
Lucille Spry of Starke and the late love
Starke, and Jeffrey son of Mrs.Gwen Gowens of Lawteyand High School. The groom-to-be is a on a table covered with an-
Orange Conner
Elbert Gowens of Park, were united' m marriage on Sunday; 1983 graduate of BUS and is The wedding will be an event of army navy cloth centered with an
'Jan. .
17.Rev. employed by DuPont. May 21 at S p.m. at the Lakeside arrangement of blue flowers. The
Cecil Crawford performed the double-ring ceremony which was hosteses presented the honoree witha
No wedding date has been set at Community Center of Lake Butler
held at First Church of Starke.
Baptist decorative tea kettle.Approximately .
this time. No local invitations will be sent
Nuptial music was provided by Miss Beth Francis, pianist, and Miss : fifty guestswere,
but all friends and relatives Invited
.... are
Johns with soloists Dal Thornton and Dawn. dralMu*
Knsty organist, along to attend.Bridesmaids". invited to share this occasion,with
Escorted by her father the bnde wore a gown of pearls and sequins from ,and TM-NE.. the bride-elect. '
the neckline to a pointed waistline. Lacy sleeves were adorned with pearls
and sequins which formed a point at the wnst. The extended cathedral pr .."... ..."... ""
tram was accented with layered chiffon ruffles. Her veil of sheer illusion Open House Honors
was atached to a wreath of pearls and sequins. Brunch Bridal Couple
- - -
The bnde's bouquet was long flowing red and white roses with baby'sbreath G - - -
and fern. V Given for Cindy Winkler Monica Green and Randy 'An-

Miss Kimberly Gowens sister of the groom, was maid of honor. Bridal ,Miss Cindy Winkler,Feb. 27 bride- drews whose wedding will be an
'attendants were Mrs. Alma Felicetty, Mrs:Shirley' Dixon. Miss April elect of Don, Green and her event of March 19, were honored
Johnson (sisters of the bnde) and Miss Kara Hamilton Mrs. Debbie bridesmaids were honored at a with an Open House on Feb. 6 at the''
Anderson and Miss Mari Rigney. Flower girl was 'the bnde'a niece Miss '4 brunch Saturday Feb. 20 at the Of- home of Mr.and Mrs. George Piercein
Victoria Felicetty } ficers' Club in Camp Blanding, Green Acres. ,
The attendants wore long matching dresses of,daphine with fitted 'Seated at the table of honor were Greeting guests at the door were I
bodices accented with ruffles along the shoulders and down the side to the, ''MIss Winkler, bridesmaids Mrs. Mrs. George Pierce and Mrs. Eldon
back of the dresses. The maid of honor wore a floor-length dress featuringlilac Deborah Yarborough of'Tallahassee Hardy who presented them to the''
satin with lace at the bottom and shoulder. The flower gIrl' wore a Misses Allison Den-, receiving line, consisting of the
white ruffle gown similar to the bnde's. : 4 mark and Angela Boyett both of bnde and groom to be,, and their,
Best man was Michael Gowens, brother of the groom.Groomsmen were ,, Starke and Kim Sheppard of parents Mr. and Mrs. DeRltch
Gene and Keith Gowens, brothers of the groom along with Eugene Anderson \ Gainesville; ,the bride's mother Green and Mr, and Mrs, Ervin An-'
Greg Nazworth Tommy Barnes, and John DIXon brother-in-law of ', 1 Mrs. Arthur' Winkler and the, ,drews.
the bride. Ring bearer'was Eugene Anderson II, carrying, a white satin and' .e' groom's mother Mrs.Stanley Green Mrs. Joe Cissy invited guests into
lace pillow .- along with the groom's grandmother -' the dining room for refreshments. A
Miss Came Foster of Starke attended the bride's book Mrs. Sue Thorn' Jeffery Clemons Mrs. Bill Bigham., 'beautiful blue silk floral arrange-
ton, aunt of the groom directed the wedding. and Tammy Morrow Guests were greeted by Clare ment centered the food table. SIlver'
Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Starke Woman's Jackson and Stacey Denmark and trays held dainty sandwiches,cakes,
Club The bnde's table was covered with a daphine background with a MorrowClemons'EngagerTent offered an appetizer prior to being candies and nuts. Punch was served
white lace tablecloth overlay. The four-tiered cake and two two-tiered ] ToldA. served brunch. Camellia corsageswere by Mrs. David Smith and Mrs. Ken-
cakes were Joined by stairways decorated with daphine and lilac flowers of' neth Grider.
given to the guests honor. ,
C. and Jackie Morrow of Starke
pink lilac and white ornaments with doves. Centered on the lace-covered Guests were invited to the game
Assisting in serving were Bianca Simpson and Mrs.Geneva Barnes.:Ser' announce the engagement'and approaching U-shaped tables'' was an arrange- room for more refreshments and.
ving at the punch table decorated with red roses was Miss Tammy"Thorn daughter Tammy marriage Susan to of Jeffery their ,, Becky Parrish ment of the bride's colors, country punch served by Mrs.,.Jim Duncan.
ton. and McCarthy 'blue and peach with trailing ferns Beautiful green plants decorated the,
demons of Bud lemons
The bnde and groom are both graduates of Bradford High School. The Roy son and scattered blossoms throughout game room.
groom is employed by Gilman Paper Company. and Marty Norman. completing the table decorations. fhe hostesses presented the cou-
Following a wedding trip tq Walt Disney World the couple now reside in The wedding will be held April 30 ParrishMcCarthyEngagement Among the guests were Mrs.Patty ple with corsages and the gravy boatto
Church of God
Park. at 7:30: p.m. in the in ,
their china pattern. Party hours
Starke.Whenyou Told Williams aunt of the groom her
daughter Brooke from Tallahassee; were from 7-9 p.m., and approx
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins- of Mrs. Shirley Boyett from Nashville imately ;390 people enjoyed par- ,
,. Starke and Mr. Billy Parrish of ,Ga., and Mrs.. George Sheppard ty. '
; Ocala announce the engagement and aunt of the bnde, from Game \l1 8I) Hostesses for: the 0<<.11I11"'JlNere{ .t
of their Mrs and Mr.,Jim Duncanl Mil an(
approaching marriage Hostesses 'for the occasion were | 1 I/
daughter, Becky Eileen, to Terry, Mrs. J E. Denmark Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Joe Cissy, Mr. and f.'rs.!' Ken-
Alan McCarthy son of Mr.and Mrs Grader Mrs. Rodney Jackson, Mrs. neth Gilder Mrs. Peggy Gaskins.
13 James H. McCarthy of Starke. Steven Stringer and Mrs. George A. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy Mr. aIMrs
Miss Parrish is a 1985 graduate of Winkler. The bride-elect ,was ; George Winkler Mr. and Mrs.
Bradford High School and is, presented with a floral arrangement Glenn Hams Mr. and Mrs. Frank
employed at the Bradford County for her new home in remembranceof Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. George
Courthouse in the Clerk's Office. the occasion. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moxley
? 0 Mr. McCarthy is a 1979 graduateof and Mr. and Mrs. David Smith.
:.:" 0 Bradford High School and is Out of town guests included: Mr.
'1"1, employed as a full-time Florida Na- and Mrs. Stephen Kelley, Misses
tional Guard electronic Stephanie and Krisbe of Jacksonville -
teletypewriter repairman technician Community Service..., Misses Miriam Fletcher.
4 = at the combined support Respite care is offered from Karen Phillips and Brian Fletcher,
mot maintenance shop m Camp Blan- 'several members of St. Edward's Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godwin, all of
'it dmg. Parish who have completed a train- Gainesville and Mr. Joey Herres
The wedding will be on Saturday, ing course for this type of care. Doug Green and Angela Boyett of
r. ,June 4 at 7 p.m. in the First UmtedMethodist in Jacksonville
This is a volunteer program ,
Church of Starke. Follow-
which relief for short periods of time
ing the wedding, a reception will be is available to caring for the
held hall of the
in the fellowship, be
4 ,church. disabled or .elderly who cannot '

All relatives and fnends are in- left alone. call St. Edward'sSenior ,
For more information please
vited to attend.

."-.,.-.;-.....".,,."'""- -......, Betty Meng Dazmski(468-1915)(904-7952). or Dolores Citizens

fl fllit' 2nd Annual Plnewood Honored...,
Race Feb 27
Derby Sunday afternoon, Feb. 21. local
The second annual Pinewood Der- Announcing... Senior Citizens were honored in St.
by Race hosted by Cub Scout Pack Michael Joel Trlmpey Edward's Parish Hall with a
67S will be held at Hampton City 'covered dish dinner given- by the
lit' II "\//" fG111i Park on Saturday Feb. 1:7. beginning Mark and Linda Trimpey of Tam- Altar Society.
at 10 a.m. pa announce the birth of a son, ,Following dinner entertainmentwas
There will be a $.50 entry fee for Michael Joel born Monday, Feb. 1 provided by Kay Domalik,Jean
each racer. Games will be played at Tampa General Hospital. Michael Holliday and Nina Robinson
throughout the day. Food and drinks ,weighed 8 Ibs. S oz. and Joins two assisted by Neil Domalik. This
III will be available at the concession brothers, Daniel S,years old, and group is known as The Oak Ridge
t stand.' Joshua, 3 years old. Grannies. They are associated with
i Come out and enjoy a day of family -, Maternal grandparents are Mr' the TOPS organization and are
fun' and,Mrs. William Haas of Starke. members of the American Legion,
Auxiliary Post 96. They concluded
their program with a sing-along of
old time favorite melodies.
Dining tables were covered with
STEAL-A-DEAL! white and yellow cloths and held
bouquets of cammelias azaleas
geraniums and ferns grown and arranged
SAVE UP TO by Sophie Kimutis.
The dessert table held decorated
cakes made by Zita Shuford.Among
$90 others In charge of arrangementswere
POULAN'S Elois Jones Pauline Rehberg

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Hampton Hllltes: SyOoioresMeng ,'Help Your Child Say No to Teen Sex''

Phone. 468-J 915 To Be Topic'' at Video" Seminar I

Rec. News.
:, New Arrival Stanley Varnum; 22-Russell Statistics show that more than McDowell well-known Christian Dept. ..
Alice// A/ynn Normon ,Rawcli/fe, William Lahn and Cole Box of American teenagers between speaker to high school and college w

Jimmy and Allyson (DoU) Nor Booth; 24-Judy Cowger, Maryia 15 and 19 have had sexual relations. young people. Topic covered in-
man,01 Orlando proudly announcethe Haefeker, Aimee Hodges, Carolyn Teenage pregna icy and sexually clude why young people become sexually Softball Meetings... or a team representative attend
arrival of their daughter, Alice Hunter and Brian Salvatore;, transmitted diseases are vital concerns active, how to help them stay The second organizational these meetings, says Ms. Godwin. If
Allynne Norman. She was born in 25-Mary Brown; 28-Kevin Orton With abortion or even suicide out of potential pressure situations, meetings for the 1988 slow pitch soft- :you cannot attend or send someone,
Orlando at 12:04: a.m. on Feb. '21 and Natisha Wilson; 27-Johnny as potential consequences. Parents building self-esteem and the ability ball season are set Monday March please contact the Recreation Dept..
weighing S Ibs. 14 at and measuring, Ford and Daniel Patrick Meng; often feel that they are powerless to to say no, and how to reinforce 28. 964-<<1792, by$-30: p.m.on the meeting
20 inches. 28-Clinton Morgan, Kimberly Intervene, but there ARE ways positive influences, as well as The Women's League 'meeting is date if you plan on having a team in

Paternal grandmothers are Joyce Jones, David Roberts, Angela Rome parents can help to prevent valuable information and practical set for 7 p.m., the Men s and Men's the league.
Norman of ftaiford and Alice Casonof Meng and Jerry Phillips; 29-Oonald premature sexual involvement. help In many other areas Church Leagues at 7:30:
Raiford. Cissy (his 6th birthday). "How to Help Your Child Say NO For more Information about the Anyone not p.m. Baseball Registration.... ,
Maternal grandparents are P/n.wood Derby.,. session to'' Sexual video Pressure"seminar for, an eight.of, 'course, call Rev. John Spratlm.{ meeting Feb. 22 making 13 asked to be present Baseball registration deadline is
parents 964-5445 or Ida Sue Schmitt a
Harold and Alice Faye Waters of On Sat. March 28. Thursday March 10, forages 7-14.
Feb. 27, the Cub Scouts teenagers ,and preteens WIU be 964- 200.
Hampton. Great-grandmothers are The meetings will be held in the Sign up at the old armory. Fee is$20.
are sponsoring the Pmewood Derby sponsored by the Starke Church of The ,church extends a warm
Louise Newman of Starke and Races at the City Park These ex- God,422 N. St. Clair St. The seminar welcome to the community to be In old armory, across N. Temple Ave. Umpires Needed.
Florence Waters of Lake Butler. Citing races consisting of non- will be held Saturday Feb 27, from this very much needed seminar from Bradford High School.
Alice Allynne Joins her cousin motorized homemade cars begin at 10 a.m, to 4 p.m, There will be a special session for The February organizational Umpires are needed for both soft-
Ashley Lynne Waters, in being the 10 a.m. The concession stand will The video features Josh the youth. meetings helped determine the ball and baseball Anyone Interestedis
second grandchild within one feature sandwiches and beverages. number of teams in each league, a asked to meet at 7 p.m. March 15
month's time for the proud grand Everyone is welcome. date to start the ,league how to at the Rec Department.
parents. Harold and Alice Fayel schedule practices, the approximatecost
Open Doors; Theme World Day of and
V//.//fors... PrayerMarch league rules.
The March meeting WIU be the Morning Exercise..
Mrs Victoria Zacek had as guests 4 at the First United' First Christian First Presbyterian, closing date to the *
Vo-Tech join
St. Edwards Catholic, St. Mark's league. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,
last week her daughter and Methodist Church in Starke the
League fees due dates will beset
George and Nancy famllYd Course ScheduleThe public is invited to share In World Episcopian and First United according to Recreation Director beginning at 9:30: a,m., upstairs in
sons, Tony and Steve, of Hopewell Day of Prayer. 'Open Doors' is the Methodist Churches will be presen Cheryl Godwin. the old armory building, the Rec
Jct.,, N.Y Also visiting wereGeorge's following classes are being offered theme of this year s program. ting the program at 11 a,m. It is Important that, the Dept. Classes are free. Instructor:
at the Bradford Vocational manager Cheryl Godwin.Hunter's .
parents, Steve and Rose World Day of Prayer is a prayer
Rozboro of New Port Richey. Lou Technical Center or Orange Street in Twenty-eight women and many movement of global dimensions''

Battista N.Y. also spent the week Starke. is required for all Regional Committees from Brazil which has become the precious I Poll Announced by Commission I
here and left on Saturday. Pre-registration created the worship service for 1988. heritage of countless Christians
Among those visiting Mrs. Louise classes. For more information' call Their faith groups are many as are throughout the world. It is unique as The Game and Fresh Water Fish Tom Wright, in the Commission's
Mattheus over the weekend were her 964-6800, Ext. 122. ,their protessions. a world movement in that its expression Commission soon will mail question- Division of Wildlife, said the surveyis
daughter and son-in-law, Cecile and Advanced Cake Decorating: ,Feb. Considering the theme for World: is found in local communities naires to 45,000 Florida outdoorsmento an annual project,designed to provide
Marcus Lamer of West Palm Beach; 29 Mar. 28, Monday, 7-10 p.m., $15. Day of Prayer suggested for Bra 1l, and that its leadership from the find out how well they did duringthe data for wise management of
Louise's granddaughter Cindy Beginning Cake Decorating 'Open Doors', the women believe beginning has been that of laywomen 1987-88 hunting season. this state's game animals and birds.
Lamer of Montgomery, Ala, also March 1-29, Thursday 7-10 p.m. $15. that the present transition to the Begun by women in the .The questionnaires will help us
'joined them for the weekend. School Bus Driver Tralningt Feb. ,democratic regime is the first open United States as a day of prayer for provide adequate recreational op-
29 Monday/Thursday,10pm. $10. door to elevate the quality of life, not missions, it has developed into a portunities for outdoorsmen,"
,Blrthdayt... Child Care Certification PreTest,. only for the Brazilian people, but for movement in which Christian peoplein Wright said. "From the answers we
Feb. 21-William Montgomery, and 3/1'r, 6:30: p.m., free. all the people of the world. The program over 170 countries in every regionof get from hunters every year, we
ACT/SAT Prep Classes' Please Is written with the prayer that the world engage together in "in learn more about how to plan and
.,..'"" .. call to be list. "
"-' put on authorities and the people in formed prayer and prayerful Administer wildlife programs
Child Care 8 Hrs. Refresher general, will become aware of action" the purposes of World Dayof rt fen percent ((25,000) of Florida's
Black/ History Course Please caU to be placed on' BrazIl's potential and not close the Prayer. \Jb / licensed hunters are being polled in
,list. doors which God has opened to us. Following the service there will be a survey which was mailed Feb. 12.
Month Observed Child Birth/Parenting Please Locally we will be seeking ways to a covered dish luncheon in Also,25 percent(20,000) of those who

.,. New'' River Correctional' Institution call to be placed on list. improve aid to our community Fellowship Hall. The public is in- hold wildlife management area
at Ratford recently observed Fire Fighters/Volunteers; Please Church Women United from the vited tOcome, and bring a dish, stamps are to be polled in a surveyto
Black History Month. call to be placed on list. be mailed Feb. 19. Holders of the

Among the participants in this new sportsman's license are among
IRS Tax Help & Forms Available at Library''
event were Lt. George Moultne, Lt. those included m both surveys.

R.L. Thomas, Sgt. A Atwater, Sgt. to 2 at the Bradford County .
Arthur Fleming Sgt. Hyland, Officer The Bell- )(-1 was The first plant to Free Tax-Assistance for Older' am p m. EVERYBODnOVESGIRL Wright said those who don t respond
,Suzie Johnson. Chaplain Nix officially exceed the speed of Persons and Low-Income Familiesis Library within three weeks will receivea .
and Chaplain Norquist, Anthony sound. It was flown on October,14.. available through the Tax- The Library is once again oftermi, SCOUT COOKIES second maillngf they still don t
Brown. Carl Clark, Louis Williams, 1947 by Major Charles E.'Yeager,' Aldel fCE Program sponsored by Tax Forms, as a public service. Tin. respond they'll 'get 'another
Thomas Landy and Mrs. Zeporah The plan was nicknamed "Glam AAKP beginning Wednesday' Library has a variety of tax forms to reminder three weeks later l
'* Fehruary to through April 13 from 10
Barber from Lawtey. orous Gianni help taxpayers with their income tai Girl Scout Cookie Sale.
'tr, forms. In addition to the preprintedforms 'We'd .appreciate a" prompt
the Library has a book of rite annual G'lrl Scout Cookie sale response," Wright said. "It would I
reproducible tax forms which maybe and delivery Is now underway. save the Commission the cost of additional '(
copied for 10 cents per page. It 'COOkies arrived m Starke Feb. 23 mailings., At the latest, we
\\\tRE ARE you need'copies that are not and most orders should be deliveredas need the questionnaires by May 18.
available pre-printed please bring soon 'as the scouts receive their That's when we plan to start processing -
change as the Library will not, be, cookies.. the information/ '
able, to provide 'you with ,copy In the event you have not ordered
S4V1NG change cookies, there will be cookies Wright said information from'the'
available from your favorite Girl questionnaires will not be processedin
'H The Library staff are prohibited Scout or call Cookie Bookie Lila Rae connection with the hunters'

in our by law from answering tax ques Yawn or any adult scout. names
lions. Cookies are selling for $2 a box "We're not interested
in knowing
For further information call the ,with the old favorites. Trefoils, about
anything the individuals
numbersaPRICES or stop by.Legal Samoas Thin Mints, DoSiDos, in
; .:' Library this survey" Wright said."What we
L Chocolate Chunks, Tagalongs accompanied -, do need to know is how much hunting
J 1 !jI t I by a new cookie Echo. was done between Sept. I. 1987 and
The Echo Is'a thin chocolate wafer 'Jan.24 1988
; where it was doneand
I .- UM6. ,with a creme filling, sure to be a how much/ game was taken ,
>BEGIN X44 esJ +mt ,h wi I .. future favorite. *' .by
i"FeBi,2sti'i ThRiy: vrelJ!;1 I : ; hunters.
Mar., 2nd AT OUR

STARKE LOCATION ONLY! b x 1) City Commission of the City of Storke.
T.pNRK '::' NOTICE Of APPLICATIONthe Florida In the City Hall in the City of
: ', Suwannee River Water Management Storke. Florida at 7:00 p,m'., on MarchIS
SEAGRAMS <, District has received permit application 1988. la allow member of the publicto
for lurfocewoter management voice objection to the Petition,
BACARDI Dr f:: I IN THE COUNTY, COURt. OF BRADFORD systems at follows: ',presented to th. City Commission of
GIN Application: 4 83 00021 Storke. Florida on F.bruary 16. 1988. requesting
PUERTO RICAN".:. "I Cose. .No. 87 398-SP Date Received: t/22/88' \ that the City Commission close
1.75 LITER DESUE. BELCO ENTERPRISES and abandon portion of Gardiner, Street
,rum ; StaOt'tlm's S9 2 or.8A Plolntlff. POSf OFFICE BOX .29STARKE. and South Street more particularly
vs : FLA. 32091 :
described oft follows:
LITER ARDI, bclt'Q- l'rY 4 9 'CHARLIE SCOTT, Individual permit application to construct That portion! of Gardiner, 'Street
AM IIER 33.1 oz. ;:: 't 12 Defendant and operate a surfacewater (formerly First Street) lying West of the
& :; ,iiR .... NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE management! system on approximately right of way of Orange Street and East of
SI L.VER : _-.. ; NOTICE IS HEREBY! GIVEN that I. DolphE. 102 acres of land in township, 06 south, a line between Ih. Southwest corner of
e -2
111 -. i i Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford County Range :22 East section 29, Bradford' lot 3. Block 1 and the Northwest corner .'
-- Florida under and by virtu. of a Writ oi County Florida.Protect I Addition
of lot 14, BlocK 2 of R.N. Cowling
Execution. heretofore issued out of theabove Description: RETAIL SALES COM.' to the Town of Storke a* per plat
rJ entitled' Court In the' obovestyled PLEX. recorded In Deed Book 1'. Page SS7 of
httaties ; cause, have levied upon the ,Applications, ore on file for public )In. the public records of Bradford County
following property, situate, lying and speclion at district headquarter and .Florida
being in Bradford County Florida to written comments concerning any of the That portion of South Street (formerly'
wit: applications above may be filed with the Second St.) lying West of the right of way
ancient The South 157 feet of the East 416 feet' district no later than 3/14/88 Those per. of Orange Street and East of a line between .
of the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec. sons who wish to be advised as to any' the Southwest corner of lot 20..
IRIJ HIm tinn 18. Township 6 Southf Range 22 proposed agency action and provided an Block 2 and the Northwest corner of Lot''
East, containing' 1 und 5r 81"acres, more opportunity to request an administrative 29, Block 3 of R,N. Dowlings Addition to
of I.... hearing regarding an application must the Town of Storks as per plat recordedin
VODKA \ l\ge r rEJOII rs As the property of th. above-named1 ,file a written request with the Suwannee Deed Book F, Page 557 of the public,
defendant'and that on the 14th day of River Water Management District Route records of Bradford County. Florida..
1.75 LITER : March. 1988 Monday, at two clock on '3. Bon 64, Live Oak. Florida, 32O60 no Said hearing to commence at 7:00:
_s 1.75 LITER AA said day on the premises of the Bradford' later than 4/19/88, p,m:,' on the'15th day of March. 1988 In
'County Sheriff Offic.. I will offer for Itchg 2/ 5. the City Commission doom of City Hall.

1 899 aja' : cash.sale and In hand sell to the the above highest.described bidder for ., TERENCE M. BROWN. PA.
;- NOTICE OF City of Starke AttorneyBy '
1188 as the property of the said. defendant ,PUBLIC HEARING ,Darlo Jean Christopher
to satisfy sold Execution.
WV4EREAS a Petition has been filed, bya Itchg
--- land to vacate a .
: SHERIFF OF BRADFORD qualified owner portion ,
of land hereinafter described: and NOTICE '
COUNTY.FLORIDA WHEREAS the public has an Interestin Please advised- that t, Michael Kon.
2/i B'chg.3/10r said matter.A d/b/a Kane Cycle,. do advertise for
-. public hearing shall beheld by the ale the property left in my establishment
: a" belonging to Ernest E. Williams.. .
) scut s:_ 431 Clinton St., Orange Park Flo'We
have tried several' times unsuccessfullyto

PUBLIC NOTICEUnder .. contact this person.,
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RED ROSE location of two (2) polling places (voting FLfl.TUIINTHERTREStarke

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11 964-5451
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I Legal NoticesIN MIDDLITON MADOI .P. -. ;' -IN Irlt dftceri WM|| FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY

,Fla. 32044, (joint owners, doing businessunder NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 406 N. Walnut St. ,.FLORIDAPROoATf.
THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the firm name of McLead .Properties REGISTER Stark, Fla. 32091 Number DIVISIONFile B812CPIN

COUNTY FLORIDA REGISTER Hwy. It West of 301, Intends to register Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida POWERS ROMAN L.
JUVENILE DIVISION FICTITIOUS NAME said fictitious name under the aforesaid Statutes, notice is hereby given that thound..Is.n.d. Rt. 1. Box 109-A RE: ESTATE OF

CASE NO. 87.21.CJ ((2.887)) .' Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida statute. :. Chris "Petrllle 504 Lowtey, Fla 32058 LAURA. T. GOOLSeY'
IN THE INTEREST OF; Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Dated this 5th day of February 1988 Holllnheod L.... Jacksonville Fla. 12244, 0297.1987.0255 Deceased. ADMINISTRATIONThe
CHARLES J. HALL undersigned Warren D. Fletcher StarRoute In Bradford County. sole owner, doing business under the REDDISH DAVID LAWSON JOHNRt. NOTICE administration the estate of
2/1l4tpd3/S firm name of Mech-l Discount Delivery.e04 2. Box 1050
DOB21S87, Box 20, Crescent City Fla. 32012. GOOLSBY. Deceased' File
Fla. 32091) LAURA
< Holllnheod Lane, Jacksonville Fie Storke.
A sole owner, doing business' under the Number 68-12-CP, I* pending the CII'oIcult
Child.SUMMONS 4821.1987.0017STRICKLAND
AND NOTICEOF firm name of P k ft Rental, dba.. In Home IN THE CIRCUIT COURT!" EIGHW 32144. Intends to register sold fictitious for Bradford County. Florida
JOHN W. Court
.PETITIONFOR Medlce107P/ West Idwards' 14., JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD. ,name under the aforesaid statute; the address of which Is
Rt. t. Box 117A Probate Division
PERMANENT COMMITMENT Starfce, Fla., Intends to register said lietltlous FORD, COUNTY FLORIDA Dated this 9th day" of February 1988, Storke, Fla. 320910029.19170076 Bradford County Courthouse: Stark.,,
THE; STATE OF FLORIDA! 'name under the aforesaid JUVENILE DIVISION In Bradford County. Florida 32091. The names and addresses

statute.Dated. CASE NO. 86-64-CI ((2.8071 :2/1M 3/3 WADE WILLIAM O. of the personal representative and the
TO: RUB ANN ELMORE this 28th day of January, '1988 IN THE INTEREST OF: 25 McKee Trailer Court ,personal representatives attorney ore
Address Unknown In Bradford County. BRUCE E. HOPKINS, JR.
PUBLIC NOTICE Starke, Fla.32091 set forth below.
2/4 4chg 2/25 DOB: 10/8/85 Interested ere required to
0225.1967.0703 persons
file with this court. WITHIN THREE MON-
town of Brooker Is now accepting
Address UnknownYou 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH AND NOTICE bids for the paving of roods in a portionof Information concerning the the amount or THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
of (such
OF PETITION description property as ...
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD the Shady Oaks Subdivision. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against estate
are hereby notified that a petition' FOR PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE unclaimed checking accounts savings
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA and objection by an
Interested should ) any
under oath copy of which 'Is attached PROBATE DIVISION STATE OF FLORIDA: parties contact accounts, utility deposits, stocks, bonds.Insurance to whom this notice was mailed
Town Clerk Cheryl Cox at 485-1022 person
the or refunds, safe deposit boxes,
hereto has been filed In above styled the
CASE NO 87101CPFILE that challenges the validity will
write to fj O. Box 127 Brooker Fla.
and the and addresses of
Court for the commitment HOPKINS etc.) names
permanent 0 No 1.3879IN TO TINA '32622 for and details the qualifications of the personal
of CHARLES JUNIOR HALL, male child specs the holder of such personal propertymay
a RE: The Estate of Address Unknown Sealed bids Including performance representative, venue or jurisdiction of
born on February 15. 1987, at ELMA VIRGINIA HANBURY be obtained by any person possess.Ing the court.
bonds will
be accepted by mail or In
Gainesville, Alachua County State of Deceased. BRUCE E.. 'HOPKINS. SR. at the Town Hall during business person an Interest In the property by addressing ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Florida to the Department ol Health and "Unknown) an Inquiry to Gerald Lewis
Rehabilitative Services for subsequent The administration of the Estate of from 9 a.m. to noon) now through March State Comptroller Attn Abandoned Publication of this Notice has begun
adoption and you or.hereby command. ELMA VIRGINIA HANBURY Deceased You are hereby notified that a petition 8, Property Section State Capitol on February 18, 1988.
ed to be and appear before the File No. 138791. pending 'In the Circuit under oath copy of which attached ,3183tchg33NOTICE 1 Tolloho.._, Florida 32399-0350. ((904) .Personal Representative:
Honorable George H. .Pierce, Acting .Court for Bradford County Florida, Probate hereto has been filed In the above styled 4870510. The Jacksonville Area. Office' JOHN A.GOOLSBY
Judge of the Circuit Court at the Bradford Division the address of which II Court for the permanent commitmentof telephone number Is ((904)) 359 *0(5. You ,,846 S.Parker Street

o County Courthouse,, at 1:30: o'clock 925 North Temple Avenue, .P.: O. DrawerB. BRUCE E, HOPKINS, JR., a male child may" also' contact the Consumer Informs Stork., Fla.32091
P.M. on Wednesday March 2. 1988. atStork. Stork., Florida 32091'' The names and born on October 8, 1985 at Fort Myers, OF NAMES OF PERSONS'APPEARING tlon toll free Hotline at ltOO4B37. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative I
.., Bradford County. Florida. addresses of the personal representtatlve Lee County State. of Florida, to th. TO BE OWNERSOF Be sure to mention the account number :
You must either appear on the date and the personal representative Deportment of Health and Rehabilitative ABANDONED PROPERTY AFTER the name as published lr this DUDLEY P. HARDYP.

'and at the time specified or tend a written attorney are set forth below. Services for subsequent adoption, and Pursuant to Section 118, Chapter 717, notice. O. Drawer 1030
response to the Court prior to that interested persons are required to you are hereby commanded to b. and Florida Statutes entitled Florida Unless proof of ownership Is Starke. Florida 3209t
time. Your failure to appear or respond. file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON- 'appear before the Honorable George H. Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act", pr..nted'ta the holder by April 19, Telephone ((904)) 964-5701
will be treated as a consent to the per* THS OF THE FIRST .PUBLICATION ((1)I) all .Pierce.:Acting Judg.of the Circuit Court notice Is hereby given that the persons 1988 the property will be delivered fat ,2/10 2tchg 2/25
manent commitment and you may lose claims against the estate and ((2)) any ob- ,at the Bradford County Courthouse, at listed below appear to be owners of custody to the Comptroller of Florida.
all legal rights as a parent to the child or, |action by on Interested person on whom 1:30 clock P M. on Wednesday, March unclaimed personal or Intangible pro. Thereafter, all further claims must be *"1 PUBLIC AUCTION '
.children named in the Petition for Per Bradford presumed abandoned THIS DOES directed to the Comptroller of Florida.
this notice was served that challengesthe 2, 1988, at Starke, ,County perry NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday
manent Commitment attached to the NOT INVOLVE REAL ESTATE. GERALD LEWIS
of the will the Florida. o'clockA.M.
validity qualificationsof March 7, 1988 at 10:00:
Summons: the personal representative, venue, You must either appear on the dale. COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA the undersigned GatorFrelghtwoys
WITNESS My hand as the Clerk of Said or (jurisdiction of the court. and at the time specified or send a writ.ten BLANKENSHIP, MRS. PATRICIA 2182tchg225FREE Inc., will sell at public auction -'
Court and the Seal thereof this 22nd day" ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT response to the Court prior' to that Route 2, Box 1670 for cash at.2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
of January, 1938 ,SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. time. Your failure to appear or respondwill Starke, Fla 32091OO1519870217 Florida:
GILBERT S. BROWNAs Publications of this Notice has begunon be treated as a consent to the permanent .one lot of dog feed consigned to C.rleeRoles
commitment may
1988. you
February 11 .Bunnell. Fie.,
2/4 4tchg! 2/25 Personal Representatives all legal rights as a parent to the child or 1260 S. Colley Rd. and charges
EXPLORING to satisfy freight storage
Starke, Fla. 32091
named the .Petition for Permanent -
children In
Mildred Eliiobeth West of Section 4b) of
under the provisions
Commitment attached to the
4079 Acre Rood
Lazy Uniform standard Bill of Lading.
REGISTER Middleburg.la.32068 Summons ERHARD. LAWRENCE I HOME BIBLE STUDYThe 01-219540 dtd 11/19/87
i Attorney for PersonalRepresentative WITNESS My hand as the Clerk of Said Gator Inc.,
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida : Court and the Seal thereof this 22nd day Starke, Fla. 32091 Bible Course is taught I I. your 2/25 2tchq 3/3 Frelghtwoys-:.!. .:

,Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Eugene F. Show925.E of January. 1988. 00291987.0019 home free of charge.
: North Temple Ave.Starke This ta a non-denominational( l itUdy
P.O. Box 1O47 Melrase, Fla. 32666 Clerk of Court Rt. t, Box 576
Joanne Lowler; .President and Harold J. Florida. 32091 2/4 4tchg 2/25 Starke, Fla. 32091. based only) on what'thus saith. the, CHURCH OF GOD
964 520O:
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't ,' Lowler. Secretary 'sole Owner,, doing 2/11 0015-1987-0214 word of God 422 N. ST.C2Afl. 9&-8445
business under the firm name of GREEN 4tchg 2/26. KELLY MRS. ANNIE.R..TrusteeRt. .' APOSTOUC TRUTH U.P.C.
POND CONSTRUCTION O. Box 1047. NOTICE OF INTENTION 2. Bo" 2010 ,John Spratlln. PastorWe
..... Pia.,3244, Intends to register TO REGISTER hold Ron Denmark public sale Self-Service of Storage. will Starke, Flo, 32091.. 782-3303 invite you to worship with us.,
't\ ,said fictitious name under the aforesaid a 001519870218MANNING Attended
Bin number 17, belonging to Ray Weir, Rev, Emmett
statute. Pursuant ,to Section 865.09,( Florida contents unknown.. ,S. Sunday School ,,........' lOam
: Dated this 28th day of/ January, 1988 Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Sale will take place at 2117 N. Temple General Delivery. ,To schedule your home bible Morning Worship I,...... 11am
,I In Putnam County 'A ,,' undersigned' J.ft. Mcleed <, Hilda C.McL.odxP. Avenue on March 5 1988 at 9 o.nv Lawtey,Fla. 32058U59.1987.oo11 study, or for additional Information Evening Service .4.,,.,; 6pm ,
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BADCOCK 'AUTOMOTIVE .. Sunday I Lewis Timber Co.iwY Crafts r'Consibnments

CENTERmS'. Luke : Located off tOS S.7DwiirK.ytone) ,
FURNITURE' 14 13-24, 301 S. 964-6871 .
take tight oif2..t'' ............'

'0 Box 207 Starke tfcsMMs KTifsmst .w.\1 ,
Kim & Jan Johnson skkyTlV* CVWst ... .*MOt :
660 S. Walnut 5 964-5644 AllNaMStn 1keus'DURRANCE
Malay I

Blankenship'sChimney COU of Slark.Locally Griff is & Sons Flbreglass PUMP & '

iiI Works SUPPLY I
Sweep 1 ,
Service "Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly ,
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Owned & Operated .r i.tw

I 964-8278 964-6108964-6154_ I f 15:1.10: HWY 301 N.964.-4461 or 964-5531 864 N. Temple 964-7061 ,

'Eyeglass Store E-Z. Wheels Auto Sales r Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON ;

,- We Finance .. 'wellretdayLew Industries SERVICE :
'Your completeeyeglass 1.
Here. Here !
Buy Pay
center 1la 'i. ear 13:1102t : HWY 301 N.
t '1320 N. Temple Ave.' : 987 N. TEMPLE AV. i

': 103 Edwards Rd. ', 964-8586 '964-7783 1 ,964-7347 964-6111 \.

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OMInguMwe, ovtng onto* Luk. I'
SEAFOOD tot evw 60 V_ 16:1.1'cf: HOME, GENERATOR

?. Steve and Cindy Futch Dignified Service I
'The Best Seafood In Town "
: & Stan [ Monuments 238 E. Washington,St.

'236 Temple Ave 114 E. Meite,S*. .. _.na s StarlMK 964-5274
964-5685 .: ..,.'.ne Hal..... 4751178Andrews i Friei.y HWY 301 S. 964-5757 :

Chastalns Jewelry &, Gift Drugs"For 16:19-31: ------"f'19EO. I.i iMOVEC 111.( \ STARKE,KOACampground:

Gallery rr : r- ..FLEC7RONoc .
l' All ,Your Pharmacy Needs'356W.Madison ... ....n..... .
Bibles. gifts & Jewelry,, Satwday I -- .....-... Dally weekly Monthly rats
----.-. 'Level Sites. Pool a flee
104 W. Call St. Luke Playgmd rm.
964-7170 II:l-l tI; [884511111WESTERN ::=.. I, -
964-7271 "" 964.8484 Hwy 301 S. .1''
Legend has il that loIIa'aao, the ,be found only through the things w', ,

Bradford Title & Abstract"We t. 'JORDAN AGENCY AT dogwood came into bloom on Calvary learn in Church I STEER FAMILY CROSLEY I
and that. afterwards s cross wss Iro-: I
The Church doesn't pretend to banish '
encourage you to STARKE planted Into the flower itself to remain STEAK HOUSE
our cares and woes. But.its teachings '
.worship this week and everyweek' "Serving. you first" for all time. You can see U if you.look white': realistically consider the experiences From all of u. .( Woattm Steer
closely rust brown against the .
441 W. Madison St of each individual blossom.,. of life itself. No matter what our US 301 South CORPORATION' '
personal cross may be, we seem able, I
9646881"WATERS 964-5237 or 9646313. Many of us carry crosses.faint like to bear.its burden with more strength. 964-8061 Mark Mulllns & Employs**'

the emblem but with ,
dogwood's 110
Lent is.wonderful time in which to
GROCERY Mosley Tire Co., nevertheless.Somehow, !in the Lenten AII '
become begin nuking church-going s regular" \Insurance Call I i' Now 964-801*,
con- .
season we particularly+
Corner of US 301 & State US 301 N. Starke scious of them and of our need forhelp part of'your life-.if you. haven'talready. u:.. I

Lawtey FL 964-6600 a -. certain kind of help, that can 440 W. Madison 'j 4 '.,
__N.I.er M.eel_r a r SIN o.YVA s.0 CENTERS
782-3737 24 HR Wrecker Service ., I(Wlm-Dixie Shopping Center)' ,; .11 *

I .. CUstom made systems .. ;-' ------ 't' 964-4695

NOEGEL'S AUTO FLORIDA NATIONAL" STARKE" LANESSpecial : Office WW) Professional& Personnel Glenn FibreglassFish Homes Beautiful of ;

SALES' BANK I Services Bone &Tool Boxes 0 North Florida

':Worship this week and every week, Officers, Directors & rates for Church group. ,' Office A Typing Services of; .All Comer of Thompson & Weldon Construction Company;' I'I'C

at the church of your choice" Kinds All types of Home r Improvement

1018 N.Tempi 864-64Q1 Staff, 1614 N. Tempt! 964-8175 1837 Raiford Rd. 964-7777 I 9645912., 9644769' VTerwillegar


STORE' Printing Company a fact. you"can do Tire Shop & Auto ,CONSTRUCTIONSuperIorquality Sales & Service .

.Art Supplies. Custom Framing home* at 206 W. Madison A US 301
All the right parts In all the better at Denmark's. Repairs' '
"*. Printing >. Office Supplies 402 N.Temple- HWY 301 N. affordable prlc*s '_ Stark .904-7200-: ft
right places.rownless 113 E. Call 51 964925 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6436 HWY 301 a tN-M3I ;$ft..tc. ,nttel "
15*W. ( Rd 964-6060

DOUGLAS BATTER OP Community ORIAN WELLS Daniel E. Hildebran You-muat put on that new .

'.. STARKEWe (TWO KPtfci HANQUfr) Slat Bank CHEVROLETOLDSlncManagement Certified Public Accountant man created In Goer.Image .

rebuild starters alternators.. V\ Custom: KsssnnsHs PeperHsn Bstss.*... I fr of Starke & Staff' ((904)) 964-4143 whose justice and l

I & Generators Starkas Only Home Owned HWY 301 North 2117 N. Ave.
CALL: Kay Water 9644941 Temple holiness are born of
,.' 4uto-Marine Cycle Battstieer Patty Kay .964-1669 Independent Bank 964-7500 Starke FJ) 32091 1
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Country FairBradfordUnion FA !

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wine fl. Steer ShowSaleHatM ( t

Dlvhlon. Competition

.o..I'.I..rt.I.'H"h'l.. Bradford :
County FairgroundsApril 4 .
Exciting! Midway Ride 4 Game ,

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5-9 1988 "q'' .
Moat the" 1"B Strawberry Oueen ". ,,11.,, : : '

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Brought to you by your community and the Bradlord County Fair Aseoc. hoc. I

Directors: Bay Norman Bobby Taylor and! J. Warren Carver '

Bradford County Fair < '
307: S. Walnut StI,.0. Box S7e Ii....... Fl 32O9I '" GRADING .. ," ,' ,q, .. ) HOME DIVIISIONSupolnt.nd Soc'3 Yeast Breads and Hall h. '2.00 2nd.'J.OO 3rd.75.1

1 ((904J' "" .527. .. AN w.hs.: wY lie ;p.d.4 N p.da Slowed Ip M s.nad ,. Sec 4 Pound .
u. .. 1st2.00
ti Ow. 2nd 'I.00
,--. Aw.wsl.al, . . . . . . . Lone Tenh ,3,01.75'
Rules and Regulations S aid.. ....__ Ie.j ..h5s. .__. ......and palsy Na 1 s 1-1 Sec 5 Specialty Cokes. '
...w...-. Rules and (Prune, Oatmeal tie.' ) 1st'2.00 2nd.1.00 3r".75.
(Please keep far your record) a .....->_-...Mt k...awed M ....,K .ban...<.pl Mw hm.ho,. ", Reguletlem Sec 6 layer Cake a h. '200 2nd..1.00 3rd.7S'

Sec 7 Fruit Cake h. '2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.75.
All .exhibit mint a.. In place not later .than 12 noon on 0.. opening doy. SHOW 1. Int,..* in Ihe Home Division arcopen lo all non Sec B Cakes (Decorated) h. '2.00 2nd.'I.OO ,3r".75'

All ipoce1 not occupied o. Not II.... will revert to the Fair and oil payment professionals..men., women, and. youth. Sec 9 Character Cake h. '2.00 2nd.1.00 3rd.7S'

will be forfel..... The' fudging for all. Fair booth will" t..... ploco from 1:00 a air halts .... was -....... ...... and ansod .n M..p 14. Ian stow 2. Only. ankles' listed In Ihl. Premium book will ba accepted Sec lOCup Cokes. ((6 any kind) h. '1.00 2..75.. 3rd.O'!

p.m. until 4:00: p..... on opening doy. Refer to your Fair Controctor this -..'.. and .ad-e V.rs.n.nts will M rhoas M as tar 5......4 ........ Saw _. No lor competition with awards at either cosh or ribbon given Sec 11 Cookies ((4 of any kind) h. '1.00 2..75.. 3rd.50'
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year pratklpont asked .plwn M.. '
ore to the Fair '
when assembling, or decorating. your booth. keep In mind. Y. AN .....- and -- a N... ....... ....., M sab.at" a t5. ..........Cs-sir Ps, 3. All ankle. displayed must be Ihe work. ol Individual .. Sec 12 Brownie. ((6 of any kind) h. '1.00 2nd.75' ,3rd.SO'

All .exhibit and good mull a.. unpacked. Immodlololy arrival and ......and te5sSww w p.bhtd...... Ian,- .._-. hibitor. Article* bought or borrowed will not qualify Sec 13'.C'.m. Custaid.or. ,

empty case* removed by and. at the expense el exhibitor upon* and. cone**. 4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for judging that ha previously' Chiller lst .,52.D0 2nPI.00 01.75' '

ionolre. who shell pay all ..,...... al convoying delivering ..._1.,.' been exhibited at the Bradford County Fair Sec 14 Pies-Fruit, Nut, ".11. i., '200 2nd..t1.00 3,01.75"

ond,removing NrN.ahiblt., and. alto cost of erection of booth, fixture, 5, All entries must be clean and In good condition and must Sec IS Most Unusual Use ol

counter and.oU apparoKn .In connection with their .exhibit the tamo to con SAils c have been completed within the past twelve. ((12))month. Strawberries In Baked

Jorm to Hie uniform plan ol Fair Management.lleelrlc And.. .... _Ie I/..................., 6. No two ((2)) onl'.... In the; same section, will be accepledIrom Product (With Recipe) h. '3 00 2nd-2 00 ( 3rcl..OO

lighting and wiring ol avery description shall a.. ....toll... at the 55. sow al......,.. ............. ............Itt._. one 'Individual, Sec toCandy ((16 Piece) ht .51.00 2nd.75' 3rd SO'

expense ol the exhibitor and. under the supervision of tho. Fair ___. .. A,.. ul.let iciivnntioii will W........,...lion ...!.!.po"M ds.ep_..... Nw ._ 7. Entries must be brought ta lha Fairground for registration- Sec 17 MiscellaneousSTUDENT h' ?L.OO 2nd.7S' 3rd 50'
man'. All exhibitor* or concessionaire. must furnish their. own electric light Thar t WM. .

bulb 4 An .el> ...11... thnwk 1%. end sold; a5 .......... ........ vets.qt. ......a5. wall. ....... during scheduled. hours. Entries will be accepted' Monday.. April

During the operation of the' Fair, delivarlet/ by truck on tho around 5..o seta sothl Ie............ n ,...|. 4.from 9.300.m. to 7:30: pate only, .

mode up to 10:00: sum and between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. only. may lot ...e..,........Ito.N nor...MciMrf MO 00 add wit be d drssd I.w 15.pooc_N Na .. Exhibit artkle may not be removed before 10.00 p.m. onSaturday. ,

All ..hlblt.llMAt remain Intact until 11.-00 p.m. Saturday night. (last day April 9th. Removal. of exhibits' prior ta this time will be ACHIEVEMENT EXHIBIT

ol, loir), 'reason for forfeiture of any premium monies _0''''''. Exhibitors '
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH All THE PRfCEEMNO AND ANY ADDITIONAL, Sponsored by Bradford Education Association I''
Aitle. mull bo clear. (BEA)
kept no .111.... banner, advertising mailer, decoration must be personally responsible for their ankle' ,
or port. of ..hob.iII b* permitted In the ...1.*. IRADFORD-UNION SWINE ASSOCIATION lUllS AND REGULATION MAY tf.The Fair, Association will assume ...",..ponoib.lI" lor Ihe Divisions: Junior, K-6 Senior 7.12'

Background. droperte and. ido curtain' will be provided by the. Fair RESULT IN EXCLUSION AND/OR EXPULSION FROM THE W SHOW AND f damage or loss of ankle/ ..hibit.... Reasonable care will be ex- ,1. All items must be the work of a student .f
Association lor all inside exhibit pace, SALE AND'/OR RESULT IN REFUSAL FROM SHOWING IN FUTURE SHOWS. THi ,

U.. ol battled. go container (Bulono, Propane, etc.) .Inside any Fair .GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE WILL RULE ON INFRACTIONS AND TERMINI' .,ci..t to safeguard the article left, for display bu the Fair, 'completed while in Bradford County School..,.
.Association will be
In no 'liable.
,building I II prohibited. PENALTIES. ', ways 2. Items will be judged their merit and
on not
All decoration* mutt lireprool and. subject to the approval. oi th* Fair .10.,Judging will take place Tuesday 9 30 a.m... 12 no n, No''
Management. HERDSMAN AWARD one allowed In Building' while, judging I going on. Exhibllor will I against the work of another! student: I r

Machinery in motion must be enclosed with a railing at a uniform fore h,' .be disqualilied il talking/ to t"'jud" _., :1'_. O nly' o entr"I"> n'eT.' cats gory "_w//ll 1.s :Dc; -

,Irom lha. ground.. Hoar al twos' *ix .Inche. ((2'6sold) roiling to be placed Cha.nan. .Vrn* C_.._ 1 If. A Blue Ribbon will be awarded, a Red Ribbon' one) o WhileRibbon ;: Copied -'r V ;:

upon or within boundary ol space occupied by the exhibitor. A kvMlock ...d 5I fvquA.* efwM xncnllon tm neutnmM, cl.oolto..s end *an le lwn lo ... 1 In each section ol the discretion of the fudge There will ,4. Group entries accepted.-

'No claim lor "Injury to any parson or lnury| to:or lot af. any property on 'po--a M t..a....... tvokiin*Mel........-....dMMIIy l.-....Iw lh.CMV' be 'BEST OVER All"'0'.". awarded.

.count ol lire and theft lor any. _.. shall over be .lnlltued egairat the .assn e..tat..hie-.is quanrs. .....- 4asld...-arl..e a up......... ...... 5., Entries will! be accepted 8:30 a.m.-fa, 8:00: ti

Bradford c.unrFoI.. Association. Inc.. It* oHIcora, or agent, by or an ..., lowswsy IN ktriti...Mae...end said sow wall..M hPRIZESt ...,...... a salad to .Isu and -- plot.. wswas .1 No.s.d '. 12. 'Exhibits of canned goods must be .In standard; clear white p.m. Monday and Tuesday. March 29 E 30.,

behall ol any parson, firm or corporation.having lk...*. or privilege to exhi :'canning jars labeled with name and telephone number ol personand
C__add.a.dw d......... 25.C.-. 9S_" 6. Judging will be Wednesday. March 31 or
fail on the Bradford County Fair Ground or In the building.' "....._......... I.gsp.s..s ISpeiN A5.1..Cb.dnnsss ISpanlsN.saW.nd name of product on bottom of (10. Use standard JARS ONLY 9:00 '
.In cat any exhlbllar or ..hlbit...*, or concessionaries holl al any. time : a.m.
appne d .......l0 panesG.odCaspreha (quarts, pints er hall pints),
be Indebted to the Bradford County Fair Association. Inc.. the. corporation '
t.petit 13. No commercial' mlxe or produces to be _t.,.... Coke. Drawing
hall hove the' right. to retain possession of all property of any exhibitor or 2. (
exhibitor located the Bradford A will be for the Herdsmen and pie may be picked up alter the judging i completed., A Painting -
or conce*lonair on County Fair Ground, trophy provided Outstanding by the 3. Ceramic '
and ell and oil.,... d. either at public or prtvato *al.. all or any. part __ Slerke Rotary Club slice will be kept tar exhibiting. ,
..3 Dimensional
Ihereol" that may be neceMory to pay >.he .Indebtedness due the. Cocporo-, ,14. AM baked products must: be on a heavy piece of cardboard Object -

lion. 'fpTbeewMbltor CATTLE 1st MS.OO; Sad ;10.00; Jrd a >S.OO. covered with aluminum /ail.'not to exceed Inches beyond baked 5, M.II_. Arts A Oalt

or concessionaire will not be permitted to*....... any. port of > producl. Entries will not be accepted if these requirement*. 6.7.Woodworking "' ','

the' spar .herein leased, or the exhibit therein any article. other. than those are not ...... MotolWoking '
. k -him.II.. .illied In the contract 1 POULTRY AND RABBITS .. M..c.llonoou.tnd"IoIA.t* ,
eeklby *
; 1 S. Each! product entered muss be occomponid by the recipe T"' *' **
I'y JxhibMor* con sell and advertise and. distribute literature and advertising 9..Baking r i

matter from their booth may* only. No speaking device win" be allowed ln-' --100.--7.: '. .::-.- .. . .. .. .." ..''','' ... '" ...... ....... 'FOOD DEPARTMENT ..10, e.w ,......-'..fc..l.lA-i| ii./.t: ; '.'J;.dL d fl
11.; Consumer Education i \ ,
tho building: : i. i
Thl contract doe not give exclusive right to sell or display ony product t5. .._ wW. k.Iahs s,_. April>. fc..7 CO a ...11I....00 a ... A..lgMt -.. WeMer ClASS CANNED PRODUCTS 12. Miscellaneous Home Economic "I", j"1",1'" '.

unless so specified on the. Contract far $poc.. 10 10 e.... N.a.db..d M ........*| wto .K""..'"* to plnN s. ........ mom gnaw is' A*..*DM.taM IS M EST OVER-ALL ROSSETTI Vw 13.: Miscellaneous Written Work "''!:: ;' ';' "

SIGNS Painted or printed sign In or on Iron ol booth must be confined ....._11 Ian p .... ..........April 9. 'C..." t iVtCttABlt DhfWMtM I 14. Short Stories i 'n>- i'/'i/,": (,' *'

ta him orlndlvl""" '* name to whom space I. 'loosed 2 saSas a..p.n..w ........__.............IAtH DAY. $... t __ Ul'. "! 00' hid 75Sfrffttr 15. Poems 'Y', '! > 'f| '

THE MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT to remove from the grounds any 2 A.........._.._..._......baapaSW.and..._. '.... 1 Corn ID M CO M 7V 3e 9CT "''G>..... Prize Junior Dlvllion'. Rosette

ankle, .exhibit show or concession or any part ....,..., or arty appurtenance .' .. M p..brp en.e4 am sal k.etr__kf e CWHlkM*.! pwrclMM Mc.llnf.; HMT llM .sot.... 3 4 Okre wad 1.1.'ln I.-MOO M7S4W MTV feeja Grand Prize Senior Division Rosalie I
*Md erne few e rvlluywx TiphitJ <_ ttotahsry. tf Ms rll4ic4H* Is not p..nad. ei N> ''
thereto.. Including banner*, sign, or advertising matter which Best 'In '
toe S r a. aI CO M ro' >e 50'Sara Category Rosetse'lost .
unsuitable .... relund ol ...... msxlln rjh._T..>...d wu war .. flvM k, ....-K., cowtmf .. Ita (torldewlttsr .. '
may be deemed or obiectionoble no any money a.Haw .. MOO IndTV. 3.d SOleuetli Casgory'lit Blue Ribbon 2nd Red Ribbon 3rd-Whit.
D.pa-" .....oohw.M Na_.... ..- ;
already paid lor space or privilege will be mode, which action shall exonerate 5.s:7 h. MOO tntnd ." RibbonARTS '
the' MANAGEMENT FROM ANY AND AU CLAIMS whatsoever P. hd iddad_...... BmlTif a M dksi.W N No Iup rnIsnd.wt SM I t.M IN.'In M ,.' Ted:SOtoe. :I .. \ .'
on A.,W_d nH kt ae tar MMIWM and ckvilMu W utubll Iwo.,(....bra .* S.p ....... IM-IICO J d 7V 3.4 :00'I';' 'i; (.< i l. "
ol th..hibitars concssianoir.s.Checks '
the port or toe..IO .Miss .aon.ss. '..... 00 9nd n' >4 :M > "
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should be made payable to: Bradford County Fair Association Kill AWAM> 3 CO MOAWAWlttt, t AWAIO asma M.. ; ;' ". ,
Inc. 5.0 5154 aid...lows.5151. pdp.d.w.l,-5..s.ad 51'9 0t. dd.stn a CIA....r uii> '.'

P.O. Box S76 5....., FL :33091 IMeA.ad.5.s toe t Apples I.II CO JrJ ro' ...e W ,
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to < f. ctm ,.. MOO MTV *< XTtoel '
Nwsa.s I ClnnllxiM Aweid *5 asCLASS '
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SALE' 4 .......1'I.., M CO >W TV >4 w AND CRAFTS
Superintendent _.. ..' Dean Pennet II EGG EXHIBIT CIA. IX nCXlll .
Swine ., +.I, *><< /.q. I
.toel *. dMll r. lit MO. W,,', >.. 90 ADULT DIVISION $5.00 YOUTH DIVISION $5.00 ,1

toe > Cuei.-. I<| 't. MTV, <.eia"toel '
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BLUE AWARD. '2.00 RED AWARD l.00 WHITE AWARD 75' 9 V.eje-MI>... I.I. M CO Std 7S-, >4 W Rules and w
Regulation .
.. All 4 Hand W A wti. M *e ltd ... .< into tM l<4. Me 'me-* I.I "MOO tntn90 .
Moollan.os' I. AII..hb.ln the Arts and. Craltt Division will be limited
toe 7 I>| M 00 Jnel 75", 3.450'CIASSIV
awl. at..y... Mat pamo a. ..... s.a-. t.4, M a.Mi..41.s.w toles A..asalan
M.k.e.*e,to Ckwew its 7 iMMtoc.M.eimat.lp**.e.Me)00 r. taMfr. .Mln/nI 10 hobbyist ONLY. Professional and/at Commercial exhibitor

k. All e.eUll. .el 4-N and or" .ipn bard w4rfu... b dow e wW wwsl ,n.iWc. sdnrl di .... Rule. end Regulations ( toe 5. Cvewnfcw ,, MOO M-Tl- 3.4.50'. will be allowed lo displays '

ladaLAWC..ap and sad haw npaa.ad to M stn Sra..rdI Ws.Ise.Sh.wOsM.- sots ht..t. TdPV 3.4WS. 2. Only articles' 1.t"'ln this premium' will be occupied
AHN end rA xnmhin en4 one fmmnt er teexl _---.1(II)enl atM .. All" egg ...usi be chkken1 egg and selected by tho exhibitor mid ,
/ IS) New OeMtor IT thnwek Mash IW ..*... .<. .....*<,.... Soho \ .. v__ lot''Mootoe Td 7S' 3.4 W. for Competition, with awards given. .
4 ....._ t..t.. 9..475' }d'.
fh.w a I.te. to.w5. M .sled a M b..hwwy N. -s..m.np (P.alan.d -- le Nand. 3. All articles displayed must be the work of the. exhibllor.t .
...-----.1 2.There will" a.. aft extra .large; and a large'; class for while and. CLA3f V.P5StIVES Articles bought or borrowed wilt not quality
d. All ill ad WA.mbar. mitt was hi s iMml <*U .w.i tiil..l.>'trot.. to OtMw brown toel _.... I.I "I.t.. m7V 1.4 Mr
.ggs. 4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for 1 fudging that ha
1117 SXetae-IMwi send A.srae..a.Me.w toe ] '... /.. MOO >*TV 'kelxrtoel'
-- "*... -".-..' inn. "-Ia.nad shell ,lets than 74 doien. Ex- p'.vlou.I.n exhibited In the Bradford County Fair.
A m.tanddts.... lead and airy a too 3. targe egg overage not oi. per ,.Panne* IK J M 00 >n4TSkeMO-
tt.oba H 7*,---AimHIHP-lln*. Ira not less than :27: doa_. toe 4 Peon MOO M TS* k 4 MT 5. No two .nt"../ In the some product will ba accepted'
I leth4.HenrfFrAe.M*>llomvMeiMMiweN 5t51N.5 M saw d luryereMii......ercMis large as. per toe 1 li.....irl." :.:. M 00 e.TV 1.4 W from individual..
...kf ..Mkner> seta. i....n.e .<. Pot A..c1.as .and I..dl..4 Wan- 'I.. All eggs must be entered a* Ingle dos...*. toe nuee.llexom' t. M 00 M TV k4-W one
t._ant......... 6. All entries must be clean and in good condition.
ClASS VI.JAMS ,", .__', 7. All article entered .in this division must hove been completed
r SWINE PtOJICT REQUIRlMf NTSl lot | .large while.ggs let 1 large brown egg Sac 1 torilM : I.I.MOO JnTT "..-." wilhin the post twelve month.
Sot 2 CHnis IM.MOO Ml TS- 3.4Wseta
lot 2. Extra !large white egg lot e Extra large brown egg PI? Is 't.OO _.TS' >*MT B. Enlrie must be brought lo the. Fairground for registration
.. All mM I* ..". .k..*" .. .ln i"H el *.. DIvWM el Mml. l.danwp. toe 4 Grape 151 M OO M 7SketMT during the scheduled hours. Entries will be accepled
,toed.Dapa..aai d AMlesNwe and Canon.a.. toe S : ....._' let > M 00 >4 TS-' :trot MT
b..A.1' AGRICULTURE PRODUCTS toe >_. let t MOO >n4TS-'i: >d XT' Monday tram 9:30 aim until 30 p.m. .
,'es show ponds 1 Maid tall remand) er IMS MA Ao>-el sass ,,- put te eI.5I 7 ....?,>.,._ h.. M 00 J.4 TV kel Mr 9. Exhibit ar'licles may not be removed before 10:00 p.....

J.naay..I"A-----14. pew, Superintendent. .. w j'r.' .1*>,t<. ,y. v. ?. Bobby Toylor Me V...e.>.H." '.1.1.'I.. MOO 00 IneTS'n4-TV k4 XVKTSMI Mrtoet on Saturday April 9. Removal ol exhibits prior to this lima

M>pxoilMS a M*.AA A. k..d was,laid,as....pa_.1 -... ,.. 't.. >""*7V ,**.' will be reason for lorletlure of any premium monies award
e. sash 4-H and MA _ewe M_. Its ash/M/ ..r......This war ra/.t.e and I. Entries' will" be accepted between 9:30 a.m..7:30: p.m. Monday toe It Miue.l1e. .< i. 'I.I-M 1 00 .. tTS' keVMT id. Exhibitor must personally attend. lo the removal of their -

bondM.-ere paw .has to p. April. Entries mut remain In place' until 10 p.m. Saturday, article. P ,
a All_...Fad _.w M.0Aa_ Yes.h5. M .ntal. a 4. S..dtard C.wIy ClASS VII'. .IIIIS '
10. In classes where. there I I. no competition, ribbon wiN
April. .
Las *ul.e en4 Bjjiilallene paboMod Hi as I raw Pat Plenum- toel Aepte. IM M OO XnetTS4W,
toel tonue.1.14 MM 4-7S- >*W- ... 'be awarded at the' discretion ol Ihe. Judge.
... 3 C_ IN 't .. TV >*,' NO
11J The Fair Association will lor
ClASS | CROPS assume responsibility
SWINE PROJECT RsCHHRIMiNTSle t toe 4) eeelMS. /s M OO .... TV XLMTtoe
," Pea. t... 't n M-TS* .4STtoe Ihe. domoga or lots of article ..hlbl..... Reasonable. core

All Soho .Fad Ia..ly wI1k. .Met.h ragvhea lO" .. .... d Ataai. Sdsewpland. ., /BlIES .i :' :')'. 11*. ... .'In .M.TSw' 'will ba exercised to sale-guard the articles .lout lor displaybut

/ .ep.na..5 dApled.ae and C--_ "BLUE AWARD" 5.00 RED AWARD -3.0O ', SotS ..._ IM.'ICO fcet-TS" >*)0-- the' Fair Association will In no way ba liable.
S.Al sus p.q.ds a.sS-Seas s..n.d ed-rbat d and 441 a IPA- ," toe M.ti..irlvIM'MCO >W7J50 ,
e, xv* p Mss r- amide Nwsr eMrel| e> *. MA Aortohwel >em >.- par .. ; WHITE AWARD *7.00 >> ; toee v.*..aa IM.MOO t""t-TV. >*... 12. Picture* should ba properly mounted' and able to 'handle .-
' toe 10 :iSlrawtonm I4 .t 00 >n4-TS" 3.4W .. '
-.t..t ,
< toe IiMa.taaas IM.M.00. IneTS' >*.r,
a _4-N and"11-------. lot 1 10 ear yellow'com 13. Each ankle must be .labeled. with" nom. and. address ol
awnpa4.ae...0PA..._._lOnra.h..p_) ,t';'' t
4 Sad 4.11 ad.A_sawM.aOM ter Was e.hadi.r..... This riot-and lot 2 10 ear """'t..n "<, f-:. exhibitor I
..' > CLASS VII JUOC" '114. Judging will lake pkxe Tuesday,9:30 ...... tll noon. NO
kwri _i tows pa la.1s.par.a lots Sweetpotatoe> (IOeachvarlety) ; ,- toet !_.> .." MOO ''taetTS4 SV
Al stow and.w.4.M t5.tr..bd- -- .........Is dam Sr.Ib4 C sslpPas. lot 4 MlKollaneou ,' .' ... 'toel >>M ... MOO ,iM-TV >< W ONE ALLOWED IN BUILDING WHILE JUDGING IS GOING ON.

1.1..d l.r.t.'a?MMMh d..Ms 15515.5-- ... 3 _._ ,.. MOO M TV .4 ST IS. Popular categoric ..Ilia.. sub-divided al the discretion

ClASS I ..VEGETABLES AND F.UIT''; ', ? CL IiIX'ltON a Iveup ol Ihe judges...

,WIIGI14NSia'1h. BLUE AWARD 3.00 RED AWARD '2.00 ... t _..... le4> M9 2d TV' >*.T
tot f rile, IMIMOO Ine-TV Ire-SO '
Medt.riIMws I .S 6.M -. ., WHITE AWARD 1.00 .
fcst wjleH-fci fc t Isle toe 1 Jro MWfflM 1st, *t .. SMetTS4 Sft
iM.dsd ; sot.Ian... .-' ... M OO i"* rv "4r.toe wt 011"I...., 2d 7U0 3.4'ISI "1
N:::... .'.. M 5..1/.4. I'sled ed Lti..d r -16. r M lot I 'Rest s'' He.ll<>ie.iie IM M OO ."eTV4 M* w. y_ '....1.. 3.d-Ps' 3.4W I
Cawrp..J.-.ds b.t..er o hsea d tin.... W IanSa.Oiler M s.dMa vegetable display 415 N..eawh IY'1 n'' 3..47r 34WW t
...... lot 2 InoMdualvegelablalot ClASS IISAUCUtoe 4 F'5_ IM.1.COletice: Bd: 7.SS 3.4 15.sr .,
..p.Maw.a.".. ...baMp.a.d5rM.R/d anyAbsa.s.aay IM ItIL k.Ir.algS." Individual.trail t Tae ..,: M.00 Jx TT "4-S- Iwbr.desp .....-',.. 3475 :
.. toe" Vej.leeH IM.M OO } tTTtoel ....... w. Cho.et IM-100 kiet-101 3.d11.M
::;:;.Rase.eiell.M wIN M......ApS e. 1551.r..a- .;...,.....-.- lot 4 ndMdual nut (lib. varlaty). Mleeellenesm IM.MO 34.75. 3.4W 5.15 M.Pa..4 t.--!SO met?O> 34'IJS
.. t ot S R clw .'. ... .' MId lettoe ,
M Ives dd0. adtaM Oaaw.M-. a gnaw are'p ?** 34'IJp
amass .. .... 300 1*. Nwleas ...-., n _' 34W5s. I
wenrw r rased .. ..r..... .. April 1a, p.awd5r. .
fee a e.walle w- CLASS M .MrSCEUANEOUS ( ClASS .II. BAKED PRODUCTS N Casa s. -. ....**.** klse kMj
5s Is c.- .hissed.. 1..7 M Td't n 3.4gJ1I
lUll AWARD 11.00 RED AWARD t W BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE lab ao.5.7 a> ine-'t.. kerr. I
RKOROBOOKSt SO' : ", lam 13 5.454M..wp le.-M 0> *ne.T.* ftettVIM1CO .
WHITE AWARD' < yt'l'i i ; < :, Mull Dtvlsloa .00 Teuth Ohrhuea .....
; i. .
.' .. Ss M Ballad Aawas kie-l**) .. MJ* '
N.11 ad PA 54.5 '-5.d Salt war M lard Is.a.ardsis r p..5... .. ', \ } \ 1551$ n..i em ln.v-1.e* >eteIe4 > f
a '' "ry'V'\. 'Soc' Quick ... < .
...C.ansp..-OII.---t amp a bar Me-pot s Mid IS.Ian. Loll Best(or ol honey extracted fffibv';; '" la N ., D.1.e.i. Pleas -.9ai > ,.. 3.4'I.n .
flea wns.aa.br p.d'n,a.. M.........W h,5. a M p..adrMa LoU Beit f. of honey. In comb .IM&ft; ; .'fwfi 'A": '> ilI, { 1 ((3 Biscuits 3 Muffin. ) h. 1.00 2nd-7r 3rd. 50 W IS PaIr.traalw ...... _' 34W f
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-MsaA.S '' ', Sac :2 Specialty \ W I. -t. !..- >n SnellM'VOT 3415'w
-Its ea.pa.n Iet .... ..; ;!. .' *
LoU iJ.l.Sfjrf' '
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5.51 d4/ and..11----- :: ;: .......... Orange Data : OlIsa '' '

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Page IBA TKI.KiKAPH: February 25. IMS' ., .' "

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lot I '' \"h
Chojrmort Non-floworing ', ,
Dianne WestcottWolt Rod Buch.l.; Chairman 1 ,' ;
House Plants Blue '1.005.4. 73. White SO1 ,r' a"D t.

.r Westcott ,Lot 2' Flowering
d'* (. Ye-r* OfvWeaI t'LOS
AduS DM. .
Rules and Regulation 1, Entries! and exhibitor must (be' occeplabl to, House

Plant Blue M.OORed-7S1' While 50' C.... .M ttn s ioooe' _HHUR
I. In"... .in'the Horticulture the 4-H Youth Division Chairman the 4-H Extension ....'
Division ors ,open .. the let 3 Coclut and Sue .. ahem t. w.7r i4ar
residents of Florida Agent and the Fair A oclotlon., culontt, Blue M.OORed. 75' While SO- .. t 'We ........ dr Sawie

1 1, All orticlet ditployed must .be the work. el the exhibitor. 2. Exhibitors mutt b* a bonaflda 4-H Club lot 4 Hanging BatkeltBluo .,.001I.., 7S' While SO" 5. .S rs Jae t Na.*.i j.e5* So-Sr w.7r Sow W.

3. All .n",., must hove established plants 'that hove boon member in Brodlord or adjacent counties which lot S Terrorlumt Blue, .001I'" 7S* Whit ..SO 1 Sr S l.- .. **NO _

growing for months, not Ion minuto put '--.h.... do not hove county fair*. lot 6' ContairwrOrnamantalt. .. f ...... tes1A0 Stir afar
75' 5. M.S t&to -.r Sow
Blua M.OORed White r SO
4. Plants or. fudged against perfection noi another plant ,Judging of entries will be related to age and lot 1 Cut Flower '
S. Mor. thon CW: ..I.QMIKtll_0te
one entry el different tpeciet ol one genor experience.: ((3 blooms) Blue M.OORed 7S1 While 50', I S.1 its N.A C wd Te-tal SO'I.eS SSr

may b* nlrd per lot number not exceed. i per lot. '4 Entries mutl be the work of the Individual and lot 1 Container loll 0>kD>OKB >.-... Shd'I.w SPe5n
i*. Plant end bowers mutt b cleaned. 3 c... ..... }O.3.cr W.
Ore* from within the last twelve month Vegetable' Blua M.OORed 7S'While SO* .. .
completed ((12)) a _
tcole Intectt and t tee 1 1Soli Sugar
; other dltat end ..hlbit.d In proper containers lot Harvested "I I o

Clay poll need not be painted.. Absolutely no can Entries should be the result of 4-H project work. Vegetable Slue ., M'.OORed: 7S Whit SO- .. S Carr Peet Wd o4Aa _. S07rI.7

*>cpl that. especially mode bar plant containers will be ac A project book will not be considered an entry. ''lot 10 Vegetable Seed ....._ .. oat

cepted.' Only one entry per lot will be accepted. Collection Blue -,.0000ed 75' While SO Nee dhge.m. -- 10950 ......... W"ico '

7. I".,... mutt be brought the Fairgrounds reglttroUan/: S. All entries must remain until Saturday April lot; !11 Exhibit ol) Merit Blue' '..001I.., -73', ,Whit. SO- .. 1 ghee ...a S.d'1.a set
... /A '.- 3d.3A0 ..7r
during scheduled, hour
Envies will be accepted Monday 9. Premium and ribbon will be forfeited if ex., ... II star IN'tJe Nd'PY 34 w '

April' 4. 9 a.m. tot p.m. 5 p.m. tog p.m.S hibits ore removed before that time.: The Cleit VH .?_-. s.. fr.o l.150 s07r SwS

inhibit articlet may not b* removed before 9,00 p.m. Wedw.kln1. IS ,_ '.... SPr WID"

Saturday, April 9. Removal superintendent, county' extension home let I Coplo few r-uute Blue .00 Bed .
exhibit prior to 9 00 p.mvwrMl\ 71' White 110' .
be reason for forfeiture ol any premium mania awarded?: economist or 4-H! agent will be the only people L' S Neil, PNN Design elite I "1.00 .... PS' White .110' set Cbs. 6A.1ea1 featCe:__.. le'te Sd.... wor'I
lotl toner....... ,
Exhbtarsmust authorized to entries from the booths Blue MM' led 171' whlii.'so- so s ,..11 GO' .......
personally attend la the removal ol their Of.liclotr remove ,. tot 4 ,Ie<.... Irene Blue M.0 '
Red 79 .
.I s *: 6. Ribbons and premiums will be awarded by the letS NetettoMor slue, .'I 00 Rod 79WMle.White to SO :: 4 f ::P.-. 1W.i' 1.te'1.t: e. sole SS, sear sear '

9, Money will be paid from owardt marked. In |judge I hoof; Danish system and all decisions of the official tal t Any ells. weed Horn Clue. 'l A0 .... > ?S' White 10'. 5.t 1 t......._.'_ ,1.150 Sour Soar
and not from y '.. L'1 50 _.. SaartN
ribbon that
be attached '
may to pants 11\,0' .A'tpecial judges and fair management will be final. Clou/ VIII' 7 awrhd..oe 1."1.0. Sops' WIG'
...! .In Show" will be the boil ,
given to plant .In thaw y 1 PhotographyPhoM ,
7. All baked goods must be on a heavy piece of .. !
chosen tram the lit place winners In each category ".... In token of port otoe-HPhetegrophy. ....... _".lHJIotI
Clo.." ribbon will be awarded tot each class and at the cardboard covered with aluminum foil, not to tell People Phew Blue, 1.00 Rod 79* 'Whll.. 10' 5., 1 Stare Psh.N te71 kol M ke-7**
let 1 Aiumel. Photo glue .. r ... 5 /ale Ir7 00 a n ca ...7t-
ditcietion the fudgei. exceed 2 inches beyond baked product, Entries toll lendKope Photo ,00 led. 7S White JO .. a... I."3 50 >*'*. sear
1 10. The Fair will be If these Clue 5.00 led .79WMle. SOUH .. ."t 50'' _.,
Allocation will' attume no responsibility tot the not 'accepted requirements ore PhewHery Slue .-..00 .od 7S' Mule SO a 5N t Sow
5.e 1 .. a0 Soar SOW
damage or Ion ol article! exhibited. Reasonable care will' be not met. lots My reverlio Phele give. -1.00 led 7S' _.. 110' !s. __ I..11 3OPt SawCueS

exercited to tofeguord .,lIct.. left for display. .but the. 8. Entry and judging procedures: schedule will be Clew. IX .

Fair Association will In nor be liable, printed and publicized by the 4-H office.. Soot 1.11| tololy V-OCIWO ACdUONU

1 II. Judging will take place Tuesday at 10:00: a.m. No one I i. 9. The Fair Association and will not IN P rest' -. ...- '." .. SoPt Saw
,allowed .In the building while judging going on.: management let I Seat Bolt, Salty. Patter Blue .''.00 led -71White' t KT, Set S P.I..e1s l.10> _"... 3N7rS.

13. New categories may be created at the discretion ol the. be responsible In case of accident or loss of ex lsi2 feel loll Seloty fjihleliBluo, '. M.OO led 73 White wIN 3 P... MN '.'1. M7$ 5w

judget. hibit. 1 foot Boll Solotr Action .. 4 Ceo* A OOOM_ lel 09 WI" ; Sow
'.. l.hlbll Bluo-M.OO/ led 7$'. Molt.- 10' '
13. Institutional' class will not be In competition with general .

public. BEST OVER-AIL ROSETTE CkntxJ. : c.....W-NilO.IC *n.OOCMtCtAuve.
SoN Cere Protect. -

Junior Division 'LOO. Senior Division '5.OOClasst !&oI I Sop ,... N Sd.1 GO' So7r
DIVISION ADULT DIVISION. Set f' N. Coat. Seek glue, .,1.00 led 1S' White So' 5. 5 .Mw N_, 1791 Sol GO' }NI 50 '

INSTITUTION DIVISION let Potter or ..h''.... ... S seed.._ 5'3 SO }o.3 so stS. ,

Shewlfi. Solely, Rules. live .00 Red 7S White $CI'' a .Is W a.', w ioPr Saw.
IN S Sdrad Ie91 }0700 }0 100IN
lei 1 Potter bhlblt '
tall Candies J % or ,
PaiuSOutstanding .. .' .. .' I/r.te. 1e950 007 00 54.1 00
oaten. .' Blue ') '. shewuy I.Ng..cy ;, I ,"1 '
.- Exhibit : .001I'" 7S While W set 7 PN s.IM ear '. 1. sr Saw
5.00 B Ribbon Precoduret Sloe' -..00 Red 1 7S'lot While w .'. '." ,' IN ,
Lo2 I i.,1M Sdfr SOW
: \ Cookie. W .
Rest In Class ..00 & Ribbon 1' Porter or ..- ,' '
," s. e
; Ierp pure
i Itt Prl..: M.OO 2nd Prbai: 7S- '. ,' > dozen Hue 'I.OOR.d75" White SO Shewing. 4 food 'I''1vV 'I fi$i'; 'vMVvf-1',;, \'' : I' $<__ ....' '." .......r IO'
lot :3 Brownies 'A Oreupt > "u. .'f.W Rod 7S"lff I ('l, While SOf f i': '
', 3rd Prize: 50' 4th Prize: Ribbon doses '' Blue- '1.001I' 75' Whit. 50'" '.t. Poilor or Inhibit' .' 'y'' ''V l I' ''" 1. t. c'w.: .. }0.3.00
One '' .- V,, ,I r' Ie i t Net-11. _
lot 4 Cupcake. H Shewing or Mere \ ,y
Actlvllloi M do When 'I' P..1. t17 50 50.350 547.
c.......NON OIOWU'- dozen Slue, .M.OORed""' White SO- You Are Alone Slue *" .. iS Chp .... .. Sol 00 30.11S.
i !<--11' to*. .......... .' 'Lot. S Cake (plain) Blue' '2.00Red 1.00 White 7S> > M.OO Rd 73 WItt/e 50': la sh.ei te71 _.150 3rd7.

Ut I AtMMorle |>..... (Nariolk ........ r_l t" a.p5.oNs (Cfo-al TheiM) c..... XI 5. 11 awe ...7 50 So'1.50...
lot Cake ,iced) Blue 'J.OOrUd M.OO Whit. 7S
Ult D>.. o holhla (Dm*Cv > '.> ....._ Coin ( Ie ,te w.wi i17 50 S.d't 50 5071s.
t >.. T ........ Lot 7 .Toke MlK. PrvlecttPottor ,
Ul 3 OroioMtie I"||||I.|>I. t. _. ww1 5e050 So750 W.t1
; let a ,.... Ult Ow.....(,....... par) (decorated. or e.hatr skewing wets In prefect. .. .. ems. ws.A 1191 54750 }4 '.00
appearance '
film Clue .00 led 75 While SO
Ult r-.pur.mlo 155 Cwuita let I Y. 5. fl ..,__, '
INS n>_ Ut 10 lorrMI...4 loll. CotlMI only) let Smell, Inglnot. glee 1'1.00 bid 73' While .$CI' ..... ten

I .., 7 spw.r.Wm |Arre.....e4 or ImotoW Vehet) U II. lch ,o..eUl 1 mutt be on a loll Slcycle Slue "1.00 ted 7S WhMe.SO', Asp 1091 M'100 }071.
I t PolhM (Do* K,. ....) .. baked coke llu. '2.00Rd .1.0White 7SV Lot 1 ANON Blue 4-1.09 led 75* WhHe !0 .. .. 6s 1.91 }0750 o'150VS
Ul Col.in ClAMIV HANGMOAUiraUl lot lets AroeSpece'' Clue f M.OO led 7S white' 50IN 30 1091 So.155 347y
75"' .
Pie. Elite 2.00Red M.OO White .
I ..0......_ Ul t. Olof: S"" f Hpioor Meet) ?, f' 4 CemomelkM. Slue t M.OO led .75. White SO 5. II _' tool OS SwlPS' .. ""
Ut 1 1 IcrwHolof. INS If odittaAllte (WoflOorina Jew} lot 9 ,Exhibit ol Merit Hue -. 'I.OORed7S' Whit i 50"* let 7 PorotMy lluoI.CO led 7S* 90 ... u .a .NbeoA, 10'1 50 S07VSNP.' .
to Ul ,U_... lie, loSonoeet lotl :' WIWMo. /10. Moe '1.00: led > 79V, White: 50I.

ionCLAi.VffftM......._ (.I..4.A hip) CLASS: II. READS .. C Marine feucetlon. Slue '1.00 led 75' !0'' CV.; .. -
, ) CLASS NOWEING' W let 10 CHUondup. I Sloe M.OO led. 75' simile 10' ', _.......) '."00 _.. .. 'w..'
lot I Biscuits
, i 1 I. S ,. .
Noun pU1Nq Let I i Recroalleo Slue .'5.00 Rod.79WMie.SO- ; a.P Meta I. 51 50750 50't 00
f I U t *+**'_.. (AlriCBM VMsH.) *" :' l-*; I1**** dozen Hue ..'.I.OORed' .75.1 White : SO.* lot 12 Health Slue 51 AO .... 79*' Wbite 50' set s 500.Manes '1091 _.. ....,
I. ... .
s.w lot'2 Saw- sow
INS eWtM '
oH4* MuKintvVhdoien
; lot 13 Safely Skie.M.OO led 75 WRNS .5t.IN "
1 INS IIPKM *." *'po" Pew ; we) ..".. So"1t Sops
) '.OOfted .
Slue 75 While SO 14 Child Core Btue.M.00 Rod. 79 white 50'IN
U. l. '
o e.en Paete _'
Ur OchM ; :X1.950 o750 1.00
ls..ra..bpblLets Quick.. IS beep C..,_.... Blua. 41.00 Rod 79* White SO
.......- INS tot3 Other 5.. 6 Last 1e3 00 5.4.3 00 }07s'
: let. =..===-. > Ireadt. loll* _. "ejOCf Slue. 51.00 led 79* white 50' ... V. ,0.300 5o'l 50 -.34,75'

,' -, .a.CAC'lUI; :}( ;,;" '.. dozen Hue M.OOded 7s'f( Whit 50"Lot let ,? Doe Core II.. "1.50 led 7S' White SO .. a V.N w.i ,.. .3 50ops. .
''I'' INJCCVLINTS ',.' '" ,'. 'Z, .CAw'escgUAi.OI. ; lot IB Any ether 4-M project lbw 1.50 Rod.791 White SO s.. a ,..7501.sod If" So'1.o.. ,
"I' 'I IN I ..... ,,1"1'd'" '' INS ,_ 4 Quick read tot 19 Protect el MN51w.'t.00: : Rod 79" While: : 50'1' lot 10 _. w_ I."00 ...If. 00 W".OO

, eel S 4N..I.d ',' Leo I ......__ loot (lu* 'I.OOII.ci.. 7S White SO* lot ;30 Youth toederihlp. Slue. "1.00 led t IS' .While' SO* sNt *..r.e .
't : .....
INS CN.rn. e.._ : 1" LeI S l.twhdq Swdq 1.t' ,
.1/ I ,,' .., L. S e.n.N lot 5 Vea.t Roll t'h .. 30'150 "071
lee it ...,..
abbe }.7s' SW5.e
dozen Elite S.OORed. 1.00 White 7S
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Lot 2 Bulletin Board Elite 51. ORd s n' 'White t SO- t COMMITTEES

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I IJISFEed.Up 'for ;Districts

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ra lforq.. JlItthII..aQti: : ,3A. (to-man defense'In the fourth period.
bas.ketbau tum.met Fort In BHS, 'Coach Simpson says has And BUS started standing around

'the first round of the.District>3A never learned how to finish a gameon said Coach Roland Cummings. Then

Tournament at Central Florida the winning side when going into came the crurial turnovers late In / +
.Communtty College In' Ocala ,last the. fourth period ahead. Monday the game. I wr 'rH

night (Wednesday, Feb. 24)). night for instance Gainesville High -_..> IS n 17 AI -
Results were not available at The beat BUS 63-61 by, stealing the 5..41Md MI..l 161115| 11,451
Telegraph'press'time., :' ',basketball and shooting free shots ?.'*. "*' .*t* ("I-) glen DIM I..-./..... dm
34F4. _. i-j/'-.. OT.VIOK "./..., O..MI
Should the Tornadoes beat favored: And, GHS went two up with about 30 3hn...,...!/..JO.Kiln.J-0-. >__4).4, ,-,;",
Forest, the Tornadoes would play today seconds left by driving w for a short Ml/1141.. I
Thursday Feb. ?5)) against the jumper BUS players stood and wat ...ellIllh'( .) y 2,7-0/0.14. 3, '.,.. !I
winner of,the .Santa Fe and Lake ched."We've. 22.0/0, 0-o. 1,2.0/0.7. C.1. "",.,, .ten. ,
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Weir C".1.00. T>MI 9. I
game. lost them like that not only '20-65-4t. f
The two Ocala teams Forest and to the best, teams" says, Coach '
Vanguard,, are the only basketball Simspon.In 0u0I. ...-.. M It i* MU H ,fI
team which have dominated the the past week BUS has lost 6361to 0-,445.,4541.. It $4 4 'NOulu I
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V- (H,) .411.7 1-1"11. v. .. .
Tornado five this season.vBHShaslost GUS 96-86 to Ocala Vanguard r/nhn.y/ 'I.IO-l/t-24. ,utffnan _.. *m It .rnM I
only four games by more than. and won 70-55( over West Nassau. ,12-3/1-2: Uxnl. IrlnKMi 5-4/4-14. hm 1.0-0/0-1. Id i irl'I
six points, other than OF and O V the floyd .*... Compb.ll /'.', ,Hco_ 1.0-0/0.1. ,II

.two district powerhouses points,out GUS 63 ., BUS 61 r -'

Coach Chester Simpson. Against Gainesville High on the '.'.010.11. CorMr 7-I/I-I5. 5.1/3.7. -...... 1:4 J
Forest has beaten BHS''tw1Ce 10.1/3-21. J. tony ,.0... Chondltr. "'/11.06. -., 11ud.o1 ,
,, BHS floor the Tornado five went in- Tol.li 4, 32-4/13. .
77-60 and 63-42, Forest is 17-10. ,to the fourth period up by five 51-46. :t
Santa Fe has beaten BHS twice But GHS won the fourth period S..d/.d/1011 154 ii It n t21l ,' .'di'I"

,68-63 at S.Fe High;'and 56-55. oft,.the 17-10 and the game 63-61 tying it at'' w__H|..| I* it I* 14 M '-. "J,'
S..dh.d HIp((7')" bay 0-2/H. II,.4, l.J/J.
BHS floor. 58-58 a free throw It. ,..,.:., ..
on with 57' seconds. C rtw '.1/"'. l.n. |11-11..7. JnklM t-O-IO. HoM ..,
fop-seeded Ocala Vanguard," at remaining. 1-0-4, ClnndkM.. 43/11.11. torfy t-3/4.13. Hudwn ."''I
23-4 ,and ii-o in district has BHS 1-0/1-4. toMku 4, 33-I3/23-70. '-1.\1.I" \
play, previously lost to GHS by six '
beaten 'W_ 5.... Mll (pap) IMCCT W.IIM 0/1-14, ; 'q
80-50 and
6963.Mondnvmaht. ,
points '
Rough Going. ,1
'JodIr WrlgM 4 t-4/7-21. L 1.0-3, Coo.. M/1.S. "
ranked fourth in the state in Class" n t-f> ton _. 'j
ma n- WUI 1-0-1 soar111.04. ToMltf 4. 1..SlIIM. {
guard Clifford Ivey Ting.! the going tough agaliut Clnevllle Ulifh In the final reaularSeason for the Tornado. : ""Ii]

It Must' Be 'Spring > ; :: '

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BHS Tornadoes Begin 1985'8aseball' Season With 2-2 Record '

redbuds are in full bloom.fhey're ', 'ment,'"' says Coach Jeff Zuratf. worked his way around to third and-top of the seventh Cordell Strong led Up 5-3. Cordeli Strong walked and: stole second and third Strong, very ,.f

playing baseball at.BHS. scored on a balk. otf for BHS with a single to left. Eric Eric Nazworth singled, almost likes fast, was about 10 feet from home ',
It must be Spring. ,BUS 7 -, Baker 6' Baker hit BUS pretty good in the Nazworth singled to center field and bunt down the third base line to put plate by the time the ball was pitch t;

The Tornado nine is 2-2-1 so far. Bo Hersey a sophomore with top of the fifth, scoring three runs the speedy Strong moved to third. runners on first and second nobodyout. ed. The IHS catcher missed the pitch ?4''

But the young team faces a rough great potential', according to Coach and going up 6-3. A walk a steal, anda :Tim Lewis was intentionally walkedto Two strikeouts followed but the ;and Strong scored. ,'"
week on the road. Today Thursday Jelf Zuraff got the win over Baker. two hits score'' two Baker runs. load the bases. Then Strong and speedy Strong stole third, then Naz A wild pickotf throw to third base !f

Feb. 23) BHS goes to Santa Fe High BHS had nine hits. Richie Barnes BHS nailed one Baker runner at the Nazworth scored on Barnes' game worth stole second. With two out, following two walks allowed two IHS ,,1\\(

for a 7 p.m. game. Monday, Feb. 29, singled and doubled for. the only extra plate on a throw by center fielder' winning 2 RBI double. down the left- 'Richie Barnes, the hero of the first 'runs in the bottom of the filth, tying' ",I.I' ;
BHS goes to Lake Butler for a 4 p.m. base hit. Travis Long to 'second baseman ,field line game, struck a 2-RB1 double down the score 6-6. It was a'.complete '. r j

game with Union High. Tuesday It was a see-saw game. Baker, Richie Barnes who made the throwto Hersey allowed 7 hits, struck ou 7, the left field line, scoring Strong and game for the record; it. will not be' '''(j''

March r; BHS travels to North went up 3-0, scoring twice. on three catcher Randall Polk for out. and walked 2. ,: ( Nazworth Barnes moved to third on replayed. ' I ;;;1
Manon High for a S p.m. game. hits in the third.Bradford Baker runners remained on'secondand ''AS H st41.w1. a Travis Long hit down the third Cordell Strong pitched 3'.innings, j

BUS opened the season with a 11-7 tied it 2-2 in the bottom of third, and another hit scored the .... '",",,1 .J StkIN 'base line, and scored when James .Tim Lewis: .2% innings :, '.;t
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wm over Union IHigh lost 5-4 to the third. Richie Barnes' single to third run.Bradford. ....Io ../... '. I" 1 t McNeal drove a ball deep into center ,j
Gainesville High in 10 innings and left and two walks loaded the bases.; scored two runs in the ._.''r...,tIrta I t S field. The center fielder got his gloveon AB''J
4-3 to' Newberry. This week BHS The .two runs scored on JasonJohnson's bottom of the sixth, making it 5-6. J.J.hw5L. 9 1 k the ball but couldn't hold \it. Long ''flmLewtscr ; '0
beat Baker High 7-6 the two winning Tint Lewis walked advanced a'' CO..I....... of 'I I S scored
two RBI single,. on M nw.f1ft..1)Is 'I 1 SN on an RBI single into right RIchie Barnes, 2b 4'' 2 2 .
runs coming In'' the bottom of the Baker went up 3-2 in the top of the, ground out and scored on an RBI .......,f j 4 S 5 field by Randall Polk.McNeal; com,' Travis Long, If ,4 ,2 2 \
seventh on a double down the left fourth when the lead-off batter walked single by James McNeal. McNeal BUS 6 Interlachen 6 ing to third scored when the HiS James McNeal 3b ,3 \\I; t ;
'field" line by Richie Barnes. stole second went to third on a advanced on a hit by Randall Polk catcher overthrew the bag. Randall PolkC '2, 1 1 '
"We're not playing badly. Our ground out then tagged and scoredon and scored when Baker tried to pick It was a 6-6 tie at.Interlachen High Another Tornado run putting BHS Jason Johnson, ss 3 0 0', I

young guys are, making young a fly ball.Bradford Polk off first and threw, the ball, 'when the came was called because' .up 6-4, came in the fifth when Richie Cordell Strol'llpcf'' '2 0 0 ""I
1 mistakes. I hope'we'can get 'that' tied it again '3-3, when away.. of darkness Tuesday, Feb.23. Barnes squeezed i home Cordell EriC Nazworth Ib\ 3' i ,0 ",

squared away by the district tourna- Richie Barnes was hit by a pitch.' Hersey held Baker scoreless in the A hiR,fni't..h"inning put RrnHforrl Strong,' who was.hit by, a pitch and. ,Alan Jenluns,!_'(; ,1 rO. 0, "


BHS Girls 'Fall In Tourney .Semis .J

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Bradford's' varsity'' girls were'' of the Dist.dA tourney ready to' Slater an' insight pi things to come. team In the state oti its home court! ',y 'i

eliminated 78-49 from the District 'make up for the past two losses to Monic scored 29 points 'had losing 7849.Vanguard. ,

5-3A Basketball Tournament by host Gainesville Eastside said Coach numerous assists and led the.,, fast. was up by two IB-16" < ,'i'

Ocala Vanguard in the semi-final John Slater, and did, 68-52. break. after the first period! 'Our running ,,l'I(.
round last Thursday; Feb 18. The Tornado ladies jumped out to Felicia Davis added 14 points and game was keeping us in the game."' ...

Vanguard went on to win the a"very fast start with an 11-2 lead at 15 rebounds" and looked Strong on' ,said Coach Slater.
District championship with a. one time in the first quarter, only to. ,the break. Coach Slater said. Evette BHS was outscored 19-8 in' the 'se-i\

49-40 win over North Marion a team see it cut to 15-10 by the end of the Covington added 10 points and 8 rebounds "- cond period; Vanguard led 37-24 at

they'd beaten three, times, this ''first period, BUS:: was up 31-25 at the the half. Halfway through the third
1 season. half: y ..dl.f d HI** It 14 11'1.' tl period JJHS 'was 'behind by Just 8'
theirtopen third' BUS.: c.i_vili.'.... ... 10" u u 'II 38-56.." ,
The Tornado girls won The quarter saw points) Vanguard. however '. f
2 .,445.4eat (.., .....r. S-4-U. WIIII"'.iO.S-l., 'I1/./)
ing round game 6352over! outscore ES 23-H.: DM BHS ladies'fast .' Slit' |.' 3. fuller 1 1-9 Covlnglon' 4 3 10 llimrMXMt put an end to that threat and showed
Gainesville Eastside. But BHS was break and trap defense were t 102.15. William, 13-J-J.: tool.' MISUiMHIdo just how good it is, '('fi
,no match for host Vanguard, the really clicking In the third quarter, (S3)) Slroman 6-7-14, Hill t 4 14 JahMont014 ",
'' : Moor .0.'. Sntim *0.'. Hall I 0-2 tplalrO. O..l.Vo. f>..... 'It if i. 2'1 ,' n i \jiIrodterdHllft'
sixth ranked girls team in the state. said Coach Slater '
n"51. .
I* t II .14 .. '. *
The district tournament 'plays BHS won the fourth period 14-13 BUS Oc.'l.Vanguard/( (' ThotppflOfi 1116 lovon) 1-7, ,,'0
ends the girls season at 14-10 when the bench was cleared and : Vanguard 78 49 .Pr..lon t? 7 26 Qttmo.ia23l.. Ho,9o. tO 31'-All1'' j]
everyone played. The Bradford High ladies were not 2, 0... DxnOfrll '0'.'" X'-|,lf )5 ii);
BUS 68 Eastside 52 Monic Williams had probably her intimidated by Ocala Vanguard but 'S.0dld Hip' ((4,10) own M)' |] Bull.rJOt M '
W.ll.om 9 .11, William./ 204 ,C""oalm.I 12 "
BUS. came Into the oPening round ,best night yet as, she gave Coach': were no match for: the sixth ranked rgleu'n44Y '

JV Boys Team Finishes. Solid, 'Season On Positive ,Note: ':; I IA

Final Game... .

,The Tornado begin district play tbU week and playeri like Clifford Key, 74-57 win over Gainesville High >day, lIad'to get up Saturday morning GHS Monday night,, said- 'Coach .ilIu.,.....,4 HI'HIS" ((57)). '..,,......16,4,4, II 5 I0-U.t 11 ,171, rlly: 31.,
who scored 16 point In thb game against ells will be In for a tough challenge.' 'which had beaten the BHS JV twice and play two games in a JV tourna- Cummings. 3 2--7. ,F.xcX. 1J35 '.....04 '.1' 4 2"l """I.. .
I this season ended the season for the ment at Gainesville High. The Tornadoes l.._ HI"k '/s 14', It '3' >. 42'710, ,t ..".0-117' 31n..50.12.4W'lllom' .. !, ,
went 87-68 by Live Oak in,, -tt.l.......HI.... 10 II H 10 If II"J 7. Sown 'tOJ .CriHin, 0112 '1st'alt,
Bradford High Junior varsity five on of tournament. 0>....<...4 Hit ((74)). 0.....3 0... t Sly.91 !>.74, 2,7S-2, "
the l
their first
Tennis Teams Beat KilnS .a very successful note. game ,>HKH 12.3 U, IMftwM/ 10 4 5 Dlnhlnt S I, I II. r, '
The Tornado JV five ended its The tired Tornadoes ran out of juice Jo...I. JO.'I 4, 'f., ;..",. 422 t "tolol.) O<..V..|._I' ,. H :>. M IM .01 l \'
the best Saturday afternoon and host GUS !1,25 I I5,22 74. I I.,."") rd.HIH. '' '12 11 )l4''.11 U "
season with a 14-6 record' beat them easily 76-59;' the second a ln.*vlll I Hl"h (iIIV Orawn.40-O. ; 'Mmwrony"; ', Ck.'. VOTf"*' (!"),'6 Mil, 2 0.0 0.. a *>".. .
By Mark f"rtedUn deteat Uouen and Glenn 11-1 in the since the mid-703. :i.Sl *-16. V.loy 1-7,1 5 o>l_:..!.p, Sash 1.03.. 17 6 '23, King 6I/ 9. 0KVr'g' 1122,24. Hirrlt "
BCT Staff Writer number'' one doubles match, while It was a busy week for the JV five time this season BUS lost to GHS Moldwt 12'3* l>.l.'.0r 3,1 1 Bronnoft I 0 t, ,.,...,' t 0-1:Bur9., 4>-2. 214ftaft, .. I 0-2. tohnton-1 10-9 I.
'The BHS tennis teams began their Hildebran and Shuford defeated Van with five games: a 77-33 win over Then Monday night; Feb. 22, the, 10-2, M.KnOM4,0.2' '. 'J.nkin' 107, lomlv, OlMf' 304 Gun, I 0-2,' :Smuhrf, 'l.i;\; 6 '1416.5,4"

'season Tuesday with a big dual win ,Norstrand and Courtney.4-8 in the West Nassau a 109-59 pasting from BUS JV led all the way m beating V.19,. 4/JO-J7., 4k12.12...""' ..109.HI."'!, (it). ...(. 1 O J f Sly." S J 1 \13 I .' ,- ,
over Keystone Heights the boys taking second doubles match. Ocala 'Vanguard a 87-68 win over GHS 74-57 on the1 Tornadoes home c ,....HI.'d' .0.7 5 flitcn tI i 10D"k'w4145 f i iS..ry
7-0 team win and the The Lady Tornadoes lost in the top Suwannee High' a 76-59 : loss to floor. ,, 'G.In.lI1.Hip' ,,17'15'19: 22 :..' I 20 lit it term lOZ'4'; ,.,.... ,.;HI.. '
an easy ...... .. .,_.. 1-1 Gr..', loiol. 7 JI.1HMI ,
Trum Blye led BUS with 24 points. ,4". 7 11'11 M H 03 "0.11 )) ,,? ::
girls getting a big win in doubles to two singles matches but racked up Gainesville High and,the 74-57. win ,
k 655,5511.' 14151 ((701") trowrt ) 0-7 Armttron
Chris '
clinch a 4-3 decision on the varsity the points on some fine play,by the over GHS. Kevin Finch scored 12 points y, 140.0-11V.I.301Nrr..6O(2imih42213' ( \ .........H.... II '3''i 23 77 .;
courts in Starke. lower seeds. BHS led all the way against West Dinkms U,- ferry Berry 9,.' Reggie- Riv. 102, r.,...304. l.9 444 13 Fufn.. of the day' came 'fop KHHS seed Teri Owens cruis< Nassau last Thursday, Feb.' 18. At Sheffield S, and Donnie Francis 6. MtKnahf, 2.1,-'I. J.nliin>, .( 1l17', r'talolt' : ',1''. tr.""'..." 1-10 i I
The big upset .. "
on'strong 'Ie 10/11 H, Sh.lll.ld2. 00', F.fKhlOOJO C.nh.r.I 2 U r, ".
when Jason Brown of BHS beat Kris ed in her first match of the season 'Vanguard last Friday BHS was Chris Dinkms really came the'! i ._, Hl'.k '(It>..'r '1,* I3.' 10 21')' 'Until ,,4-l'tVt I Jon.. 3'4 'lO-IO I Mn..t-I"13 W.llioml', '
Gouen of KHHS 8-4 in the numberone with an 8-0 win over Cane Shaw on never In the game; it was 34-12 after in the latter part of 4.4 4-12, _,.'4' J 0 0-?. PlnliM.. I 1 1-4, C Jon.. '2..., 0,ltlHO 4J Hall 0-2, 10lol. :M 13 3177, ,
match.- court one. the first period. season, says Coach Rolland Cumm 0.7. r. l..'ry 7' '0-13 ,10'0"". '.111 IS !!16.59< I l.k. M..r HIS (Ml-- ..ol., ,3 100-11, WI|. singles Center Kevin Finch played probably ., JaHn""l 1.1 0 0-9 C That opener set the tempo for the' Second KHHS seed Lisa! Bruningalso Then the Tornado JV. which got ings. against' 5.41.,4 Hi... >V, M M >. \, ./' 2 1/2.5 '01<1.306 Vaal' 4 ,101 03" :
day as the boys then wont the next won. beating Cindy Samons 8-3 back to Starke about midnight Fri- his best over-all game

four matches Jody Brown beating on court two. .1 ...d

Joey Newell 8-0 on.court two, Rick tricia Parado got the team's first

Klmutis taking Thomas ''Van singles win 8-4 on court three.Jill Track Teams :Do Well In OP
Norstrand 8-4 in a close match on Strickland beat Laura Brumng 8-1 in Relays I

court three Kirby HUdebranadefeatfpg.JJerrictcCourtney the fourth spot and Pam Carter beat '
8-1 at Debbie Craig for BUS 8-2 on court ?.< '-# .
fourth and Mark Shuford I 1 five., :The Bradford in KM... l.mimtmn r.ww.wi,'l.H t.H. .' this Saturday' Feb.'27, BHS, will tional, an open! meet. ,
the spot High girls placed
.,... _.
MM*tatayt 1)) 551 $. M.C.1.h.w. :. First BHS home meet is Monday, "
beating Lee Glenn 8-3i3lrt: ,nv > In doubles Owens and Bruning four events and boys in two events In- ,"T'.m.lind.ri, cfcri. Ow***. tfrnatfr....... .? --1'11,1..ybe Feb. 4 P.K.'Yonge' and I I
"Very good play by the guys,'' made a strong team on court one,, the Orange Park Relays run Tuesday at Sandalwood High in Jackson- 29-at p.m. BHS.1' '
said BUS Coach Jerry McGr f. "It ,defeating Shaw and Parado 8-3.. ', Feb. 23, at Orange Park High, Upcoming..., 'ville for the. Sandalwood'tlnvitaConors St.Johns are coming, .to
our On court two Samons ;and -
''I' was especially nice see School.
underclassmen come through in' Strickland formed what may be a ,- Six BHS 'girls' won the 880 yardrelay Hamilton Qualifies for State" Tourney I
.their matches.- tough team this season, with an 8.-1' and the one mile sprint medley ,
"'The Brown brothers teamed up to. win over Vuckovic and Brumng", 'relay, were third in the mile relay f,
and fourth in the discus. junior Bill Hamilton has qualified the first round of Region 2 compel! !- who '"'has shown a'lot of improve-,

: The BItS were sixth in the shot put for, the state tournament In wrestling : tion. He won the second round 7-6 by ment" says'' Coach Brett Purdy.,

I : Falls in and sixth In' the one mile sprint. the only Bradford High matman getting live points in the final 15 Hamilton is strong and his technique
:BHS Weightlif ting medley relay. Ribbons were given .to do so and one of four in District. seconds. Hamilton was losing 6-2. is ,improving the.coach says., C

for the first six places. No points- ,, -3A. "' First he escaped from the hold of the Four wrestlers qualifying for state'

'i''Baker- High outlifed Bradford 'JM-.N. 1MU.M4IIT were given. Eleven schools competed -- :The four top wrestlers from each opponent for one /' point got I two from District 5-3A are: Joe Kelly

.High, 55-26 in the first weight lifting 2)4..d.) .M.' -MO.HI in the first outdoor meet of the. .of the four regions in the state in points for,'a', takedown and two : Ocala Forest 135 I Ib.: class; Mark
I ._. '...1- for fall Hammer Ocala' Forest' '171 lb.
the a near meaning
match of the season here this week. ,year for BHS. each weight class qualify for point '
Coach Laneer Clyatt pointed out ,"'''' PeoIIoI c... The six BHS girls did a god job.:. .district. Hamilton put tile ,opponent his, class and Marvin Pope Eastside '
Baker has juouora.and senior on its .-... 141.11644521A. And it was the first meet lor some of Hamilton, who wrestles in the 189 back. heavy weight class; and Bradford's' ,

team,Bradford has freshmen and, --,.. 116151-45 220151-415 the young BHS boys Coach George pound class, pinned his opponent In Hamilton is a first year wrestler ,Hamilton.. +1
2)1.) 411/.55.:5 .
Loper points out.'
Weight Jjftlng.d peLitton will go, ,_ PeoIIoI_ Only Bradford tunes and what :
on every Wednesday* afternoon in 1,........N 7w2.6w5 they did are listed. BHS 'Golfers Begin New Season ;1
weeksvMiddieburg. High '2)0.) PN1a...5 171-155.475, 01.--' ...... ,
the coming ,,11'-) ." IMIM24s .... 1544 P..w 6I 1.- 5.15 2r9A-'", ....
cornea to BUS next Wednesday. ._51-1'. 0.- .Serb '...n the 'IYIIIJ squad are Golf and Country Club course.
March 2 for a 1 match: 144'''' fi I.4CI..IItlM.DWI.to Tornado golfers to into action for :'I
p.m. 054.0.04114) T..T.YIWS Sr.S. Todd handl-
: Sexton
Chris Simmons Coach Mike
: again
The competition Is a total of two 1M-I4IV4M ..._ 5.1-,55111-115 I1-.--w. the 1968 season when they travel to David Elder \
: Link
11'-) Sr 1711964157)l. Gillenwaters, Mark. Murray, ing the golf team.
O4_AN.1105. .' Palm Harbor County Club at Palm
hits and clean '
the bench press the J..5.Sr ,151-351.311 .. 555 115/.4. 11- ........ M... T..5.. title at the Bishop and Ed Douglas. The 1988 golfers have a lot to live
Coast defend their "
jerk. In the statistics 155-115-270 ... '. -- ... --. ,.... 1511.5. First regular season match is set tq. The golfers are 25-4 over the ',<;
means lift of 155 In the bench press 111% r d Ctawl ....US-..7)mm ,..1.7..C 1.1..655.1111., Russell Memorial Invitational. when BHS., BUS missed '
)e..M and Msc51.6.. -. BUS David Elder was low
the clean and a total golfer
in jerk,
of 115 270 pounds. B. stands loft Bakery ) ..0-.d.-..Sr..., 171f41Ill1)k. 156151-421 .... _,... ....,.. 7J ...... ,_ -. medalist last year and graduatedHal hosts Clay High and St.Augusune district champion" last'year by two 4: 'I
.J.N. 1.s. -'-.5.W H.-0-w. in a trl-inalch on the ,Starke stroke'f' :
Bradford. First counts 5polnts. 655'.155.1" ..N 5511s61s9154 o.i ... .. Wood was runner-up. high
Br for place OM. mn i.. ... .., ., .15155.35.74. .{,< ',\ 'ii
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155.15515....N. 111-4 131 5 5155/.-c- unclaimed for over I year and were Ihenuctioncd I'
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1 Local Members ,Celebrate National FFA Week,

From pan SA

entirely self-supporting, they 'mud for days at a time now'have a run the program In a productive way acquainted with including identify: '
manage to pay for a larger portion of ,place to stay dry. and do the things we need to do to ,big vegetables,trees,fertilizing pro,,
their expenses ,than many other The barn is well insulated and sup- teach the,students the, skills, they perly and other related activities.
organizations.Two plied with both electricity and need." The students in this class learn
years ago a bigger barn was water. The FFA'ers in' Bradford aretaught how to care for plants through the
built at the,farm. Measuring 5,000 "We have enjoyed a tremendous among other things, prin- seedling stage. ,The students in the
r :square feet It provides a safe, dry amount of cooperation and support cipals of occupational agriculture principals of agriculture course then
,place for the members to keep their from the Bradford School Board,the natural resources and wildlife take those seedlings< and plant themin
livestock. With the recent rains that superintendent and principals in the management fundamentals 'of the FFA' .'garden on the farm each
have hit the area,livestock that used past few ''years," Alvarez said. agriculture ,.nrt ,practical Spring
to have to stand knee deep In ,the They: have really encouraged us to agriculture.The in addition to classroom sessions'
and trips to the farm, students are
practical agricultural program encouraged to start their own projects
started last year and is aimedat at home which can be anything
students who have not had vocational from growing steers or hogs for the
education. The state annual Bradford County Fair to raising
Ar legislature now requires 45 days of a honeybees or earthworms.
vocational education course in orderto Each project Is done with a profitIn
graduate from high school. mind so students can apply their
.,.. The curriculum includes 31( experience to real-life situations
specific skills the students should be ',when they graduate.


Bradford High School,

I -. Alumni Association, Inc.,

)Love at First Sight... 581 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL' 32091
I Chuck Morrow take good care: of hi* renponnlblUlle at the FFA farm. -all of
them. Your 1988 membership fees are due.'These funds

0 will contribute to our Senior Banquet; cover the cost of
fit, -
4J., our newsletter and help with our 1 100th year reunion.

Name ,

Address .,

City State Zip_ __

Graduate (Year) Supporter' ,

e The enclosed check represents: '

$5.00 1988 Membership dues ,

$5.00'8' BookContribute '.

for restrooms football, field, $,. ___ ",, "
Contribute to scholarship: fund $ 1

In Memory of.

Plenty to Do In FFA... My name is ,not in the 'B' book year graduated I

.:, The club: trailer wu the focus: of thus painting project: fur,ITA member Chuck I will donate the following items: please underline '
Y Smith and Mia Cooper(on the'ground) and Donnle(den and Chuck Morrow
Pictures BHS Year
Newspaper clippings Diploma
;I.".,.-,,,_-..-...:....., ]p'.1 (on top). I
-.1\.'. ... ...."" t MYaddress has changed to _
.( -;. ,- .. At left: Randy Underbill InupccU: some of the plant being grownIn I
the greenhoiue '"

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Florida'Benefits FromPittmanRobertson:

i Few conservationists; in tins coun-' ''IIIDDI.NOMONEV DOWN !

try, realized the potential of the,
l Pittman-Robertson Act when it was .
1 signed into law in 1931. ...... .
\ But toddy" more than five; NEW HOURS .
Monday through Friday'8-6 :
decades later' that one law which \ : Saturday 8:30: 5 ,
created a 10 percent excise tax on
firearms and ammunition later( 2.9 six yl.'iM'S'pd' ,
changed to 11 percent) is credited 1988 manual trans., XL trims -- _
'with bringing back a whole host of luggage rack; AC;deluxewheel $ 83 -
,wildlife species from the brink of ; C u
t trim, RWL tires, 246 .
,elimination. per
Bronco II
', AM/FM stereo w/cassette
Those species include the white- me '
tailed deer,wood duck,wild turkey,,' deck ,
black bear, 'American elk, proinghorn ; ,
antelope, desert bighorn' 7 passenger:AC, auto;.
sheep and others., O/drive,6;, cyl engine,' .:
The reason the law has had such a 1988Aerostar AM/FM w/cassette, speed $ 25' {
profound effect is ,that "P-R" 271
monies have been returned to the control', tilt wheel', "luggage per -::

states" based on a formula 'which rack. mo
takes into account public lands and ,
numbers of hunters. P-R funds can' XLT,w/free AC, also Am/FM
,be used to to 15 of
pay up percent 1988
wildlife management project costs'' cass prem system, /
with the states putting up at least 25 cast alum; whir,chromestep $' ',95 -
percent. Hunter education training bumper, tach,deluxe, 25'' 3, ;J \
also is covered by the program. Ranger lu-tons paint,sliding rear per r
,Florida's From Oct share 1, 1986 to of Sept.Pittman-30, 1981,, window & RWL tires. mo I NI, I

Robertson funds totaled $Z million.
., special'value" pkg.,, '
The total P-R budget in the \l.S.lor "
the same period,was more,: than$107<: tires, speed control. $, .. -
million. 1988Mustang LX2dr wheel covers, AM/FM F '-
Frank Smith, chief of the Bureau prem.'so' nd' 203mo- i I _
Y ,
I of Wildlife Management for the
dual' '
,Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- electric mirrors)
mission,sees P-R fuhdmg as crucial
to Division of Wildlife operations, WITH
I ,"We do accomplish a number of FOR AUMTED' TIME' ONLY: "! '
i ,management objectives on type''I! : NO :MONEY $ 42" -
wildlife management areas with the 2 9 2
,aid of P-R funding" Smith said., Buy' a NEW MUSTANG GT pef' ', t c 0\ -
*,?Those funds cover prescribed burning (Tip I
chopping planting
''surveys,: operating check'stations' '
for biological data,: payments to ._" and the
l'' ''prIvate landowners,: road I work,
campsite improvement,and funding $61 95 !k
,to pay biologists. ... .I
He said funds also go for such

'wildlife mundane management essentials areas as ,posting producing Check Out These Quality Previously Owned Vehicles
maps ,and publications'and
distributing printed material to the ""
public.,' ',: 86, Aerostat Wagon "85 Chevy Silverado '84, Chevy S-10 Blazer
P-R ,
:' Most states also use funds for ,
1 wildlife research,:and Florida is no '7 Passenger; -6";,AUto,,,;Power ,V-8, 'Auto; 'Air, AM/FM/ Stereo ;5 spct,:air,'. stereo. LOADED!
different VYInPower'Door Locks,.Ai?, '
Tom Logan Chief of the Bureau of Only, ;$8995.$69.95
Wildlife Research said P-R monies' Only $1 ,595.,
recently have funded a black bear
research project in the Ocala National '

habitat Forest uses, which population revolved index around study, 'SO Mazda RX7 '86Ford'F-150"L'ariot. :, XLT "'87 Tempo GL

and hibernation.' ,:302, auto, PW PI speed Pont! ,,tilt, tutone. AC, :" .
According to Logan, P-R'funds ', '5 spd., AC, Stereo SHARP Auto, AC AM/FM Cassette PS, PB. Tilt.SHARP ., ,
also were used for studies"about EXTRA, $10,995
wildlife diseases here In the state. forlOnly, ,$3995 Only $7995,
Studies focused on parasites found in
and in the deer herd the
otters of '
Fakahatchee Strand State Preservein 86.Ford F-150 4X4 ,86 TOYOTA, '83 T-BIRD -

funds south provided Florida money, In addition to pay P-R'for Large tires, 302. auto, tutone, 17,500, ,Automatic, AC cruise, nice truckONLY 25,000 miles, AC cassette,
research concerning lead poisoning ,miles. EXTRA CLEAN
in waterfowl, commercial beehive $6 9 9'5'extras.SHARPII
other depredation subjects.,by 'black bears, and ,x PRICED ''AT $11,495' for only for Only $5895 '

used Pittman-Robertson'to ,support Florida's funding hunter also is '82 CHEVY CAMARO" ''85 Escort 1'84 84F-150SWB, 84 COUGAR

education program Auto, AC, LOADEDIII Bright Red., I 4 spd.,AC tutone, PS PB, Auto, AC, stereo, ONLY 35,673' : ;'
"We have trained over 100,000 people 2 dr. Auto AC CLEAN I AM/FMstereo. mlIes'
ilour program ,
ryer, hunter education coordinator' SHARP-ONLY, ,$5795 Only, $5,995 ''SAlerRICEDAr$669S'
for the state. *'lf it weren't for P-R Onlv $3495,

funding education, we might program.-not have ifs a hunter' that, Payments based on Ford Factory Rebates as down payment. 105% AFt?, 66 Mos. with approved credit.Terwillegar .

In addition to stressing the fun-
damentals of safe gun handling, '86fotd,
Tyer said hunter education programs Motors
emphasize respect for :

,wildlife hunters., landowners ,and, other' .' ::Co/t-,
\e. L .
states now mandate A Ae
Thirty-six ?
hunter education training for first ,0 \ n 9G4-720O 473-FORD
371-1096 $439Fllri"
hunters. Florida's hunter'education
time '
course satisfies the requirements 9895. Starke Gainesville ',Jacksonville, 'Keystone Hgts .,
for all states and Canadian 09 WJVfadl n State Road 21'j'
provinces that ,require,' such
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Advertising 'ExpertHas -

Advice For .

For Better Business...
V of F Adverting Dean Joe PUauOUndln
Local BusinessesBy *at right< )I*Introduced by
Tom Wicks. President of the
,Keystone llelghU Merchant
Mark Friedlia Pisana asked. '"Through advertIS- AMocIallon.
BCT Staff Writer ing, which creates of .
an awareness Pbuina had ome found advice for
Business people in the area got
business and
your gives the
some sound advice last week when customer, information about local business leaden at the open
Joe Pisana,Dean of the Department product. your dlAcuwlon. '
of Advertising at the University of I y' w /
Florida paid a visit to the Keystone The services rendered to the
Heights Merchants Association for customer's wants is the second
an open discussion on the problemsand aspect of good business sense,accor'
opportunities the area has to of ding to Pisana who said merchants '
fer. - - - - -
must -
"carry through with their :.dI - -
Pisana who heads one of the na advertising promises. ,to build trustin -
tions' and most productive ,, ., .. ..,,,
largest the public eye. MAt'' "R a q>< '1 9iLTSQ'gtbe i we <'<< advertising schools m the country The third area problems, deals
with over 450 graduates each with giving "good service after thesale" '" m .,
has taught and lectured in the field so customers will be encouraged 0; )" ,
for over:25 years and shared some of to return and do business there g 4 tr,: \I' ",; ,
that expenence with local business again. ...J' 't. I
leaders at the meeting. ..1"I
Pisana has built his departmentinto "Be problem solvers for your c,
one of the top five in the United customers" Pisana told his audience S#.2558-AC, AT PS, PB, AM/FM Stereo. _: '
States in the five and
past years "and they will spread the .
oversees'a staff of 10 faculty word and return' themselves as "
members. well.'* $ .' ..,)'C") /vova
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businesses" Is also sound advice for create its own image in the public'seye Fy S c Ie Soda 111f 1
any business, large or small Pisana and then do everything possibleto per month '
said evolving, and service added economy that our demandsa rapidly example.maintain" that image by."constant 66 mos. 3000. down cash or trade. 10.75 APR WING+ tax.tag & title.

changing list of .requirements by, Use the' available media,"
local businesses. Pisana' urged business' leaders.
Pisana said the basis of a "That is your best tool to tell your
sucessful business is still deliver a story to the public and to reach the C1500Full
"quality product with quality ser. most people.".
vice" and that all businesses must
strive to meet that ideal,''or even-' Pisano detailed several advertising # 8090 V-6, 5
tually go under. approaches common for all '
'The single most important, .businesses large or small saying Size, PickupS .. r" ;
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repeat customer and those who through your door"with repeat """,
spread the word about your business customers and special sales to increase ,'!' */ >' ,4f i"" $ '
,by word-of-mouth" Pisana said. volume. ; i
.Those are two of the most valued Knowledge of the competition is Ii ,,.'I,'1 ,,'.,, ., SUUU'" \ O ,
things a merchant has. They must just as important for businesses in '
be bwlt by trust.'. small ,town, according to Pisana, per. month
who said local business leaders needto
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go under or fail are usually guilty of competitors in the area have to offer
not knowing one or both of two important and how their service stacks up i t items :f'' "''knowing your, against those here in the area.
business well, ''and knowing your Dean Pisana also said it is important
customer better." to UunK in the long term when North t.' ," ,.: '
Florida's Largest
', "Overestimating. the market is the .starting a business that will be successful -Inventory
most common problem by people for years to come. ,
new to the business world, Pisana' "A too small space for yourbusiness .. .
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underestimate the knowledge of run," he said. "Plan for success,
your customer. then work hard to achieve It, S COMP'ARESAVE'
Mastering those two critical facts ,
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customers"The Advertising. Dean told the, audience Private Lessons Chevy Trucks 'are available 'at'tremendous savings.We 'L"Ii.

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I Pot Harvest Nets 8 Arrests in Bradford and Two in Union I

1987 Pot Harvest All were charged with manufacturing related arrests, According to Sheriff the illegal activity than ever before. Growers' tactics also have chang, The report violence also noted linked an increasein to marijuana
Nets Eight Arrests as well as possession of mari. Whitehead they are finding smaller a Florida Department of Law En- ed. They now grow the Illegal weedin reported cultivation.Law enforcement
juana.In plots scattered throughout the county forcement report said Feb.22. smaller, more ''remote site to of armed guards
k Eight people were arrested last 1987 a smaller number of plants making the marijuana harder to Florida has ranked as one of the avoid detection by law enforcement. has reported use such as !
year, 1987, for the growing of marijuana were found in more plots in Bradford locate. nations' leading producers of The report said grower also have and booby traps buried near sharp marijuana .
in Bradford County. County, said Alerbolt. Authorities will soon be flying and homegrown marijuana in 1 recent opted to produce a lower quality of wooden stakes Growers also have
The number ,of plants seized looking for this year's crop said years the report said. The state's marijuana that takes less tending fields. of
numbered from one plant to 328 Whitehead, They will probably start warm climate and extensive rural ''and therefore reduces.....the possibility shown a high time-release degree sophistication fertilizer
plants per growing plot and ranged 1,550 Pot Plants'Seized around May 15.Marijuana. woodlands have contributed to that of arrest. by using .
from four feet to 12 feet tall, with in UnionIn reputation.In Law enforcement located more and Indoor greenhouses.The
many plants being 'high quality',according previous years, marijuana was marijuana ,plots in 1987 than any FDLE report in 1987 but fewer
to Investigator David Union County during the past Crops grown primarily in the northwesternpart other time since the eradication program were discovered .
Aderholt.. year 1,550 plants were located and More WidespreadMarijuana of the state. But in 1987, a began in 1981 The program, plants were destroyed.In
During the year 1,244 plants were, destroyed, according to Sheriff relatively even distribution of marijuana which is the primary means ,of 1986, 97,842, plants In ;were 1987
sites. ,
seized in 33 plots or sites throughoutthe Jerry Whitehead. cultivation has spread seizures was noted.The report ,locating and destroying marijuana destroyed at,1,332 at
county. the-plants were found on ten different to almost every county in Florida documented marijuana growing in plants generally is carried out by 96,842 plants were destroyed 1,498
May 12 John C. and Wanda Y. plots or sites resulting! in two and more violence is associated with 65 of the state' 67 counties. local law enforcement. site*. ""
Cone were arrested in Brooker for --
'growing marijuana (one plant)
morel 'than' 7ft grams which _is ,.A_ .-
felony; however, their case has been
transferred to misdemeanor court.
August rl Kenneth Lee Cooper, HARVEST FRESH W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CUT
flowers were arrested for CRISP
manufacturing marijuana in the TBONELONDON
bpeedvtlle area. .
Oscar R. Estes was arrested Sept. BROCCOLI ,I STEAK s :t BROIL
2 and Sept. 29 Edward C. Haryey of

Lawtey Oct. 23 was Carl arrested.E,,Gnffis of Lawtey

was arrested alter! 68 plants were
found on his property.

BUNCH78C ) LB- $297L& $197

Recent ArrestsIn

CELERY . ... sac SIRLOIN STEAK:-- $297 ROUND IU. i Wt-. $197 .

,Bradford .

The followIng'' arrests were made PRICES GOOD THURS. .. WED.. FEB. 25 MARCH 2, ,1886WinnDixie
by local authorities.' in Bradford'
County, THE fREE.RE .

Ferry Laighton Bramble, 23, was R A
arrested, Feb. 20 on a capais charg
ing burglary to a structure, according \
to Deputy Barry King. Bond
was set at $5,000, he was released on j1j e TY
his own recognizance. ee

,Steven'Lioyd RanKin, 29,of Starke SEE YOUR STORE FOR
'was arrested Feb.'20 on a capias '
'charging aggravated assault with a COMPLETE DETAILS
deadly weapon and false imprisonment -'

I David,according Aderholt. He to was Investigator released PRICES GOOD I IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: !! _

after a$500 surety,bond was posted. STARKEw
r.uw w-.orao.aw r.o..ra awn.-oeu r.nr ,.ara
Terry.Alexander,Green,. 22; was v vM10UD
released to Alachug County r0..oR of
authorities! on 'an order'of arrest A.K:7: TILICW -
Feb 18, he will be returned to face LOOTERY Of Tlla t.. '
his Bradiord County charges according ., .::=. TICKETS W.fTIR OAtE. :.?
: l to Investigator Aderholt: WIUE'1OIfS."OFfICIAl./IJ ED .

Donna Dixon Crews 28, of Duval ---
was arrested Feb. 18 tor uttering a ,...---...-........
forgery, according to Sgt. Sammy'' --o.r----- ..TAM.I .
Eunice 'She was released ,after' a I
,$lOO cash bond..was posted. EVERYDAY LOW PRICI

Daniel. Mozell Anderson. 22, was +L.MsTla ._' s ,,,, ROHM MKMau tux.turvntm 1aAll JKI tunmrm LMGC
arrested Feb. 18 for violation of probation F.rmtsstl
for burglary of structure, according TIUMCUT PORK $297 OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY HUGGJEiftiiPERS'
Eunice.Bond set LOW PRICES
: to Sgt. was ,
,at W.500( cash or surety. ,"* CHOPS II Lg TO GIVE YOU A '". er-- J, ,

POlitI --:r Y2" Spareribs:: .. "' 968
lN 2"
Cregroy George Gonzalez,20, was COMPARE OUR Pf ICES-YOUU LIKE THE SAVINGS! Mc4
arrested "eb''. 17 for driving while
license suspended fDWLS), accort'ding T/MTv MAiD iNwVETlstD OUAHTITY NOHTS
to Patrolman Michael McClain. r WDA/1 A00EDIESCRVED
Bond was set at $210, he was releas HICKORY SWEET ,$199 ti t id GRAPEFRUIT ,.'..1-'. ITEMS
ed on his own recognizance. BONELESS HAMS
".' : u M JUKE

Union County was arrested Feb. 17 $237 'e. <08 BETTY CROCKER
$ QOc
for OWLS, expired tag,according to STEAK ... ,, u' j ,u%..
Patrolman Gerald Hayes. He was "'- ,. . PS ,
,released after cash bonds totalling MADISON BRAND 'sill -'-.-1CuM1""--
,$311,25 were, posted. $168 MOTTS
Winded Ray Rhoden, 28,'was ar JUICE . . . '.' ::: .
rested Feb. 19 for possession of can, W-D GRADE 'A' '""" """"" -

nabis and driving under' influence BAKING HENS .'. '. 78C ii CARNATION
";I 1& T WELL AYE '' $199
(DUD according to Lt. W. C Reno FACIAL ,INSTANT BREAKFAST '." . : =
He was released after a $625 surety "
bond,was posted. PORK $980 DELI SALSA

F RIBLETS . ', '," .' _5 6 94'. 99c
Reginald David Byrd. 42, was ar-' ,....n..e..- IOU. In.n SIll TORTILLAS .'. . 't:
rested for DUt (at least tour times) -.vm,cnoeoumw__..... "
anti OWLS,' according ,to ,Trooper FRANKS or
Calvin Pace. Bond was set at$726.25, BOLOGNA . .'0 i f? .'ft..$155
he was released on his own MIX . SIZi

recognizance, .
I William DavId'Wilkerson, '36, of' (* TO 11 L*. PKO.>)> .
Lawtey,was arrested, Feb.,20 on a (PAE.fIAICED '1.11'
capias charging no tag (mobile 1 LEGQUARTERS t GAIN
home, according to Investigator Jflfb : ,DETERGENT
Aderholt. He was released after a

$10125,cash,bond was posted. < Ii S 39
3 9 ..... ,
Joe Luis Cirerol, 22,was'arrested LA. --:,,'=.'-- size,
Feb.' 22 for DWLS, according to Lt.' ""ECUE '
William Tillotson. He was released ,Good CHICKENS
after a $210 surety bond was posted. ( FISHERMANSfWHARE Lookln'
'I Great 2' $500 'n"1HI''l'.J HoI_
Frederick Elton Sanford 18, of FRESH SEAFOOD Cookin ..
Starke was arrested Feb. 20 for .
DWLS, according to Patrolman K. FlESH CATFISH .
K Hinds Jr.Bond set at$101.25, FRESH $319 "-
was FIUDS. : 0' BREAD __ l
he was released on his own COD FILLETS $111. j

recognizance. $449 WHITE $499 ROUNDS ,UP / .
... -
,ll 'roLL 1& =..99lSHRIMP. .

Brian Bundy Thomas; 23, of UAFOOO-aotjaii..........M..TW.....-.MI sto.11 LOCATION BOILED $29'9
Starke was arrested Feb. 20 at 2:36a : HAM . U
m. for DUI,according to Lt.Reno. ..

$.16 J62 percent..SO cash He bond was was released posted.after a. ICECREAM .. .', . . ; ''!1'.$25 EVERYDAY LOW PRICE APPLE JUICE, . . '" ..$11I... 99c

David Lee Green, 25, of Hampton PERCH' SEA $231 IIAHCIUIT OLD MILWAUKEE
was arrested Feb.21 at 1:25: a.m.for FILLETS ... . ',' .. EXTRA HELPING DINNER BEER '>> $446
DWLS, according to Lt. John ".. '' . . ', ", =
Hodges.He was released after a$210 e..as..us
surety bond; was posted ,HALF MOONLONGHORN "c CHICKEN CRIBARI ,

CHEESE' . ., .' TURKEY SALISBURY 18 $' | 99 EASY POUR '. .1369TEXAS ;
IIACIf .......-

Pot,ChargesA BISCUITS _: : . ilia s.n f COOLERS . . . :: $299
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Lawtey man was arrested ,
in Starke on drug charges : I MMUHCIUKKSCOUPOH [
I, Saturday Jeffrey night.Allen Starling was charged Save. 30C I. SaveSOC, HS-.-.,.......SSSSassass. I

with possession of drug of paraphernalia cannabis and'' on a 2 liter bottle I I Dti te 2 islet book ::=:: ; I
possession -
to Patrolman Kathy oflheproduc\alhown. =r:.=E---I p
according Mercer. Starling and three other w.atrtt-b i iSfST StiOTS at Winn Dixie m--<& t
were sitting In a parkedcar ; .Td I 1
teenagers tom tta ta. a0.. : I IIIII I
ss = 79< with Coupon 7
Feb. 20 at a closed business Ad ..oor.aw.. .;: R.prl-1= Only I.! : w I
when approached by authorities., '. ... F ...1s yr'. (tLOl..tcet 1IIII it'1. ......=.:3'i. ,1 I
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Starling was charged after a search I ii L_____________________ _
of Id* vehicle. He was released aftera ---- -
1525 surety bond was posted.

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Growing Pot Possession of cocaine with intentto Man Pulls Gun, nieghbor with a :,33 caliber rifle has vehicle inspection checkpoints during : Traffic Criminal Court 'Feb. 16
Gets CO ArrestedA distribute Is punishable by 15 to 20 been 'charged ,with, aggravated the week of Feb. 26 through before Judge George H.Pierce,

correctional officer has been arrested years incarceration and/or a$25,000to GetsyArrested assault. March 3 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, "
on drug charge after federal $1,000,000 fine or both, plus a A 32-year-old 'man wbo'pulled a Joseph Montgomery was arrested SR-241, SR-238, CR.lll CR-237, Johnny Williams produced valid
,Investigator found more than five special parole term of at least three ,gun on his ex-wife was arrested Feb. at 8:20: p.m.Feb. 21 after authorities CR-229, CR-125t.CR-231A CR-24A tag on mobile home; case dismissed.
dozen marijuana plants at his Starke .years. 19. received a telephone call according' and CR-796A in union County, Charles Michael Rogers charged
home Feb. 19. James Wilson Bentley was charged to Deputy Barry King and Lt. John with operating a vehicle while
Inmate Improving Dempsey. Montgomery fled into the license suspended; produced valid
Marcus Kevin Bradley a correctional with aggravated assault, according SR-235 To Be -
officer at Union Correctional ,After StabbingA to Deputy Barry King and Doug woods when his wife and neighbor license, case dismissed. K
(Institution was charged Friday York. Bentley allegedly pulled a gun telephoned the sheriff's office,,but Closed Four Days Rex Allen Dykes pled guilty leaving
night Feb. 19 with possession 'of Florida State Prison inmate/ on his former wife who took the gun was arrested a short time later.: SR-23S in Brooker will closed from the scene of accident; ordered to
marijuana with intent to distribute, listed in satisfactory condition at away from him and called the Montgomery was released on his 1 a.m. Feb.29 through I p.m.March pay $52 court costs waived to do 50
according to U. A. Attorney RobertW. Alachua General Hospital after be- sheriff's office. Bond was set at own recognizance at his first ap- 5, according to the Department of hours community work, write 500''
Merkle. These charges are the ing stabbed at the maximum- $5,000, he was released on his own pearance. "Transportation. word essay under Salvation' Army
result of a search conducted at security prison while he was handcuffed recognizance The railroad crossing will'' be' supervision
Bradley's home located at 511 N. FHP TroopersContinue repaired at this time and detour Nancy Ann Casaceli' pled guilty
Church Street Starke. Federal The victim Inmate Scott Phipps, Juvenile Charged License ,signs will be in place. driving while license suspended
agents seized 87 marijuana plants 35. was stabbed by another inmateat With Home BurglaryA (OWLS; fined 101.25, 50 hours
when executing the search warrant. about 3:30p,m. Monday Feb. 22. Vehicle Inspections, Bradford County community, work.
Bradley's father Noonan, was while handcuffed and accompaniedby A ld Juvenile has been Bradford Traffic Court Finals Casaceli pled guilty expired tag:
convicted last year of a conspiracy two correctional officers in a charged with breaking Into a Deer County $50 court costs.
charge and was sentenced to four busy walkway in the prison. Foot Trail lake,home earlier this The Florida Highway Patrol will ''The following defendants received
years in federal prison. Bradley's Suspect Michael R.Cross, 34, is in month. ,be conducting driver license and final disposition in Bradford County
uncle, Lucian Paul Bradley was confinement following the stabbing. Fingerprints obtained from the vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
sentenced to nine for deliveryof Cross is serving a life term for a 1979 side window and on a liquor bottle ing the week of Feb. 26 through
cocaine. They years are both serving' first-degree murder conviction! found near the window led Deputy March 3 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230,' '
time at Eglin Air Force Base Pinellas County. Barry King to the arrest of one of the SR-18 SR-16, CR-18 CR-16,CR-21B, FOREMOST'ARIcE WsE Sole
Federal Prison,'according to Assistant Phipps has been in p11s0n'since juveniles charged with the burglaryof CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231 Pd :esGood
U. S. Attorney John Steele. 1976 and has a history of escape convictions -' the Bradford Roping Club. CR-227,CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A -P+ "_ I
Bradley 31, could face up to five as well as a kidnapping conviction Taken from the home Feb.6 was a in Bradford County;
years in prison and a$250,000 fine,or In 1977 that drew him a IV, speakers .22 rifle trolling Recognizing the danger presentedto combine to bring you T
both. if convicted of the charge. A 45-year sentence from Duval Coun- motor and battery. the public by defective vehicle Mor.2
25 for detained in the equipment Troopers will concentrate LOWER PRICES!
pretrial hearing in his case has been ty. He was then serving years While being
scheduled for Feb. 28.' armed robbery from Collier County Alacuha Juvenile Detention Center their efforts on vehicles being
according to a prison spokesperson. the juvenile admitted tOlll the operated with defects such as bad
of the home, he has neen brakes, worn tires and defective
Starke Man Charged, charge with burglary and grand lighting equipment. In addition, attention ''
Public Library theft. will be directed to drivers Old
In Federal Indictment Seagram's
Burglarized This same home was victimizedby who would violate the driver license' Early
Joe Edward Lee of Ellington Road the juvenile last year, accordingto ,laws of Florida. ,Times Thompson Gin.
appeared Feb. 22 in U. S. District undisclosed ,amount of cash Deputy King The Patrol has found these checkpoints -'
Court on federal drug charges according and checks were taken from, the to be an effective means of en-
to Assistant U. S. Attorney Bradford County Public Library last, forcing the equipment ,and driver
John Steele. Lee waa arrested for Thursday evening. Man Threatens license laws of Florida while insur' ,
conspiracy to deliver cocaine and Apparently someone remained in Wife and Neighbor ,ing the,protection of all motorists., 8 99 9,9"
five counts of possession with intentto the building after the staff closed at' Gets ArrestedA 6 6 99
distribute cocaine. His trial has 7 p.m. At midnight when the cleaning Union CountyThe ,
been scheduled for April 11. lady arrived she found the back 38-year-old man who allegedly Florida Highway Patrol will LT Il' LTR 750
Lee, 34, operates 'Trash and door was not locked. threatened to kill .his wife and be conducting driver license and

Treasures' on CaU Street in Starker Keys were used to get money from ___, __._ _____nn_ noon__ __ n J & BScotch.
according to Steele. the desk and copy machine. Anyone Gilbey's 'E' &, JBrandy
with information as to the burglaryare '
,Scotty Rhoden appeared before U* asked to notify authorities.,, PRE SEASON SALEALL Vodka
S. Magistrate Howard T. Snyder
FeU. 22 at which time his trial date
was set for April 4. Three Men Rob,
April 11 was set as the trial date Brooker Store LAWNMOWERS, '
for three others arrested last week,' 6 99 14 1 :? : 7 ,99,
:Judith Moody Simth,38, of Starke; Three men armed ,with a pump .ON 'SALESAVE : ,
Lewis Jacob (L. J.) Norman, 44, of 'shotgun semi-automatic. han- ,
Mount Dora and Dudley P. Hardy, ,dguns robbed a grocery store Friday LTR 'LTR '.750g9.99
46, of Starke, according to Steele. Feb. 19, evening, according to .
All those arrested'are charged Investigator Don Denton. mm < r.1I;;
under the controlled Substance Act The men entered Green's Groceryin UP'TO \, >>
Title 21, United States Code. Brooker between 5:45: and 6 p.m., a o'
Conspiracy to distribute cocaine is taking an undisclosed amount i of, II ',
punishable by up to 20 years incarceration money from the store's cash registerand 350. ,
and/or up to a $1,000,000 forcing two store clerks into an .
fine,or both. Distribution of cocaineis office storeroom before fleeing. ..;r" ,. w, ',",y"""n",. 'y_, n" ,.J ..?!f.. i { 99;
punishable by from 15 years to 20 All three men were armed,.
years incarceration and $25,000 to witnesses told deputies. BUY NOW Presenting: ,
$1,000,000 fine or both and a special There are no suspects!at this time PAY LATER George Britt & His Dancing

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PAYMENT our 4 year'warranty" SET-UP & _t14.1lr. : '9pm.taiaOa.m.

I Water Permits..., DELIVERY -=- TICKETS

faun-PHP.IB. ;j ?*, ,.. .,. -.:,, r'. .NO.o. PAYMENTS.. n' OR INTEREST, FOR" "90'_DAYS_" u. ,

uPCPMSsmg mOWt tR aEpJicatipns. in-", .fee schedule' for board consideratlorlcompu ;: -- L SOLD,
d'eluding follow-up. Ad LafdfLafimoney ; ng charges based on Or u irf 'I., .
must be used to pay the remainder ,recovery of 100' percent of cost to the +1oidw sro HERE
of the cost. district. i-
The district currently charges only Of the five water,'management n-w. ,.
$50 for such permits, but actually districts in Florida,SR WMD has the LOUNGE
spends an average of $2,103 on each smallest property tax base in the HARDWARE a GARDEN CENTERS '301 LIQUORS &,
application in that category.The state, and is one of two districts that
permit difference between the permit- obtain operating money from the, STARKE.Hwy KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE I Starke- 1 mile North of Starke on US '301.

cost, and the present fee must be state's general revenue fund. 301 Next t* Millers Gr y Dimplci Fh m, OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
taxes District officials believe that permit
made up from ad valorem
473-4006 475-240O
levied on all non-exempt real estate. fee increases may be needed to
SRWMD estimated that it Issued 40 cover expected reductions in state
such permits,which left a balance of funding. ADVICE
approximately$80,000 to be made up See me at, TOP QUALITY AT LOW PRICE-BIG SELECTIONS PLUS
by ad valorem taxpayers. Tx '
SRWMD currenUy charges $30 to TerwillegarMotors '.
$50, depending on well size, for a 3 "
public water supply well permit LORIDA > 7'I I J J

which costs the district $385 to pro- ( pE-sT 'and .,
cess. Groundwater use permits cost
the district$221, but carry only a$20 for new & Used vehicles 10NTROL HEADQUARTERS

to $50 fee. General permits for small 209 W, Madison St.. Starke s r/rICAI p
construction in flood-prone river
areas are free to the applicant, but 964-7200' ,t 539 EAST CALL.ST. STARK OPEN 9-5:30 9645745AZALEA'S
involve$150 expense to the district. '
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'nee Rivet Water Management' '.."
,' ; rental assistance In Bradford County.
,1 District directors in an effort to ,
place more of the permitting ex- the Northwest Florida Regional Housing '
pense on developers,and less on the Authority Is suspending the
general taxpaying public. The new acceptance of tenant applications for
fee schedule will be presented to the
governing board at its June meeting the Section,Assistance Payments' ...,....,
in Live Oak. Program funded by the U.S.
In SRWthe proposed: fee Department of Housing and Urban
,Changes that fees,currently in effect< only to cover a small percentage 882.209(8), :':
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:A: Citizens Awareness Day program will be staged.in Starke on Satur-, SERVICE; OwnerINTRODUCTORY

'day, March sponsored' ., by' ,C-Cap (" Citizen's Coalition Against Pollution Security Lights I Security Systems

Activities will begin with,formation of a motorcade at Bradford,,
Square'at 9 a.m., proceeding,to the Santa Community College I FROM CULLIGAN
Starke Center parking on Call Street, where a program'of speakers i

I 'on hazardous waste, gospel and country music, games for children a'
cake walk/and arts,and crafts exhibits will take place. A
.Food and drink booths will be setup'' and Pete Schlosser 'will prepare' OWN,
and serve chicken and rice,during the day. Proceeds from food sales
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will toward defraying of the campaign now being waged (
go expenses 9\ ,, SOFT i7'
: by C-Cap against the location of a hazardous waste treatment facilityIn ,' ," ,'. ,'"" ,
Bradford, Union or Clay Counties., Gifts donated by'merchants in the ) S ON!"
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area will be,raffled off for the same purpose. WATER
At 2 p.m., the motorcade will move on to Ellerbee Curve on Highway

'121 north. ofRaiford, a proposed location for.the hazardous waste plant. I.
One thousand black balloons will be'released, simultaneously, and each ti [ ., 'r
will be tagged with a message telling the'finder, "You are,in the fallout i NflUOWN'PAYMENT n :
izone of a hazardous waste'plant." : :

Sandra O'Brien-Johnson, C-Cap chairman, says that,conservation' I For:Qualified Homown -
groups in the area'are expected to be represented at Awareness Day I
including the Sierra Club Friends of Alachua, Earth First the 18003429084d
Audubon Society, and others, I


i... J.E., ''MILLIGAN Accounting Service
"',, Bookkeeping & Income Tax Preparation ott.f good
j 'Serving the area'' since 1970 ,for Bradford.Clay Union Putnam'and '
116, N. Walnut St. I o/cno I Neat to Post Offle* St Johns Commies
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Stark I I Downtown
Both poison oak and poison Ivy
," r members*of the cashew family."
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We. also have C&C Mini-Storage Facilities '

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Scott! Andrews' pled Mark Edwin' Barber pled no contest present valid 'license and pay $52 guilty' reckless driving; '25 hours I,:
guilty OWLS';, Salvation Army OWLS; produced valid license court costs. commumty work "
supervision one year, violate no case dismissed. Tony Kevin Thomas pled guilty Jonathan David Williams pled no' ,
laws' obey'part nta, no alcohol or Melvin Douglas Cribbs pled guilty OWLS; produced ,valid license, $25 contest DUI; fined $362, license I,
drugs, 100 hours community work, OWLS ten days in Jail, all costs court costs suspended six months attend DUI
do not be late or tardy at Vo-Tecn.. waived.Cribbs. Viola Yvonne Wright pled guilty school 50 hours community" work. I
7} fM OWLS; fined $101.25. Salvation Army supervision. ,
Andrews pled guilty unlawful pled guilty failed to renew Jeffery Scott pled guilty OWLS?, Williams pled no contest OWLS;
et4a ,. .a./ speed; 50 hours community work, tag; ten days in jail concurrent. produced valid license, $25 court fined $101.25.
I'i .Salvation Army supervision. Cribbs pled guilty DUI;. fined costs. Williams pled no contest failed to
Michael L. Johnson pled guilty $2,725 license suspended per Alden ,Charles Morrow Jr pled renew tag; $52 court costs. '
OWLS; fined 10125. manently, six months in jail, Salva- -
i tion Army.supervision, -- -
Anthony Charles Luke pled guilty
failed to renew tag; produced valid, 'John' Lewis Hoener pled guilty
tag, ordered to pay $25 court costs. reckless driving fined 10125.
Luke pled guilty DWLS; producedvalid Herbert Hawkins 111 pled guilty '
license, ordered to pay; $25 OWLS; produce valid license and See 44,
,court costs. pay; $52 or pay 10125.

Dennis Leon Parrish pled guilty Nancy Walker Lackey pled guilty Vernon 1
OWLS; produced valid license. OWLS; produced valid license,
,, Basketball Benefit..., ordered to pay $25 court costs ordered to pay $25 court costs. Reddish
',i f It'.the Bradford Bouncer vs.the WQIK Super Jock la...,...-ebarpol Lana Polk Thornton pled guilty Lackey pled guilty unlawful t 6 ,k.
of unlawful alteration of tag; produced speed; fined $90. '
,1 evening exciting basketball benefit the BBS vanity hoop program. "
l Valid tag, $25 court costs. Frank John Mastronardi III For Your /
The game I.Mt for March 4 In the BUS Gymnasium and tickets are Just. $2 pled
each. guilty DWLS; given 30 days to present /
Mary Johnson Gray, pled guilty valid license and "'
,\,' pay$52 or pay New or Used
For ticket contact a BItS basketball player erase of the.participating teammember driving under influence (DUI; fined 10125.
.. $625, license suspended six mon Mastronardi pled gully"'unlawful Auto 'Needs
''' ):: ,:l ", ,Look for Boomer, Frank, Greg and an of yow favorite WQIK Dr.. ths; 50 hours coummumty work, at- speed; fined $88.
"1, ','::, Anyone who want to help contact Mike Saunders, Brace Jackson or Buddy tend DUI school, Savation Army David Lee Morns pled guilty
';:';'" Patterson. supervision one year. OWLS;, produced valid license.$52
," In the rear Tom Palldlno. Laurel Christina Alvarez pled court costs. i

.' :, In the third row from left to right Jim Lewis. Mike Saunders and Sam guilty OWLS; produced valid Elbert Edward Murray Jr pled '
.., ,Norman.. license, dismissed. guilty DWLS;. continued 30 days to' ORIAN WELLS'

!' :, In the middle row Crey Flynn,John Denmark and Warren Stepheiuon.' CHEVROLET-OLDS 9

> ';, :" I'' In the.front: Kenny, Crlffb Bruce Jackson and Jeff Belcher. \ US 301 N. 964.7SOO -
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;:V>', ik( '.' Mrs. Elizabeth Combs: Mr, Claude Knearem, .Card,of Thanks 5 ;24x52 3 B R 2BA W '
\,. ,'r: N 1;': Mrs. Elizabeth Thornton Combs : ,
Mr. Claude Lester Knearem 83 of There words to g
f are no express our, '
r,, 'jJ!'i5'J,;{\ 66, of Starke, died Feb. 22, atl Keystone Heights, died Friday, Feb. sincere appreciation to each of you, 4 ll1 aa: 1 Fireplace Furnished CHAor./ ybeher
\ :",:;;!';lr"" Alachua General Hospital following '19 in Bradford Hospital of Starke for the love and support you have \
: ")1. '.'., ; an extended illness. following a brief illness. given to each of us during the illness df? Plus muchmuch more we-
:,';, ,1",',, Born and raised in Bradford County Born Oct. 2, 1904 in Shelbyville, and death of our husband and father '
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Mrs. Combs was a homemakerand Ill, Mr. Knearem .moved to Your expressions of sympathy :
affiliated with the Pine Valley. Keystone four years ago from Kansas ''were beautiful examples of your ge- ,$19,950, or $181 monthlyDelivery '
Survivors Include her husband, abstracter and a member of the. food words of encouragement and "( & Set-up Included)
Edward L. Combs; three daughters ,Methodist Church:, prayers meant more than you will
Marcie Sasser Agnes Milliard, and) Survivors include one son, JamesL. ever know. It is at times like these, Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices only aU!
Alice Woods, all of Starke; two sons, .Knearem of Overland Park, Kansas -: we realize how truly blessed we are ,
Elbert Thornton of Raiford and ; and two grandchildren,' Keith to have friends like you. We cherish,
,Lamar Thornton of Lake Butler; two, Knearem of Ola the, Kansas and Kay you, the special people who share''
,brothers, Leon Wainwright of K. Schmidt of Commerce,Ga., our,lives 'and"were a part of Guy's Quality Homes
Bryceville and W.J"Dub".Thorn- life.' ,
Funeral services will be held at a
ton of Starke 19 grandchUdren and .We'hope that his
; later date in Glenwood Cemetery of memory will live '
':. i 29, great-grandchildren. Shelbyville, 111. Local arrangementsare on in each of you 'and pleae know, "' ((904)) 752-8627 '
held that
Funeral will
services under the direction of 'Jones you remain in our hearts
f, Wednesday,, Feb. 24 at Pine Valley Funeral Home of Starke. !and minds forever!..,.,, 'HwY 41;H (Between MO & US,90)) Lake City,.Florida' '
: :y' Congregational Holiness Church
:\ with Rev, David Hodges and Rev., The family of Guy Harrell ,
",. > ";" ', W.r.; Laney officiating. Burial was Dolly, Regina, Ramona and Rhonda -
in Sapp Cemetery of Raiford under Mrs' Lomie RhodenMrs. I ,
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,; the direction of Archie Tanner' _._
':", i ,' Funeral Home of Starke. Lomie Dukes Rhoden,80 of
Decatur, Ga.,died Tuesday morning -
,Mr. Julian DolanMr. at' the HCA-Doctors Hospital in
Tucker, Ga., following an apparent PHYSICAL THERAPY'
Juhan A.Dolan, 92, of Starkei heart attack.

i ,. died Saturday Feb. 20. in BradfordHospitalfollowing Born in Alachua r County, Mrs. JERRY' FISHER.. P.T. -H'HA
aa.exwnde4. IK '
Rhodeir lived most of her life in .
I Born: ovM'i'0i1.1m M"'" ,.,Jacksonville unUL moving to.,Lake BVAPPOINTMENT, t 964-6000- --- .. I\r..... '
N 'AuAtna7l1lrO'
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Butler In 1958. She moved to Decatur ; rl Restaurant
Dolan moved to Starke one year ago two years ago. She was a
,' : "'," ;" 4. from Park of the Palms. He also lived -: homemaker and member of New Mandarin & Szechuan 'Cuisine
: .' ,,,.,' in Niagara Falls N.Y He was a Hope Baptist ,Church in Alachua,
,\ ,retired retail truei business County. 1900 N Temple ,., Starke; 'Florida 32091
owner/operator and a member of Survivors include' her daughter TO-RENA MOTELFor
Church of the Bre thran in Park of' Jacqueline Cherry of Kinston, N.C.; v
-r, .the Palms. two sons, U.E. "AT", Rhoden and reservations, or' taka! ,out, orders ?':call: 964-7581 .
Survivors include two sons, H. Sanford '
Terry A. both of Decatur .mMORi1 W E BANKERS
Emerson Dolan of Mission Viejo, son-in-law. Max Cherry of Kinston, .
Calif.,and P. Rodney Dolan of Deer N.C.;; grandson,Stephen B. Chery of Established 1884 ,, ...."" ","f",' .> '.(,'j,
," ::,. field Beach, Fla.; six grandchildren Kinston.N.C.; sister Mable Long of < ,"
'. d'' "" : and seven great-grandchildren.. Jacksonville and several nieces and ,A BAN*OF BOSTON COMPANY fS% :;!:, .IJ ,': ;':i;'; ,
,.,,I., t i", Funeral services will be held Sun, nephews.. MONDAY* FRIDAY .'. 'f:1: ,>, '

-\ ,' day, Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. in Park of the Funeral services will be held Friday .., Lunch:, \1.1 1 pm tit 2:30: pm. '
Palms of Keystone with ;
Feb. 26 at l'p.m. in the Chapelof
James E. Gilbert conducting the ser .Archer Funeral Home' of Lake Harold K. Davis. -.r. Dinner: 4:30: til 930;
vices. Interment will be in Boca Butler with Elder George Hazen of ,Loan omcer u. s.cLENDtR Saturday: '4:30: til! 9.30,
Raton Municipal Park, Boca Raton, ficiating. Burial will be in Riverside Lunch Sunday:, 12 noon tit 230'
Fla., under the direction of Jones ;
Memorial Park in ,with :BancBoston'Mortgage CorporationSWD 1" "
,'. 1 Dinner 4:30 til 9
;,', I Funeral Home of Starke. Archer Funeral Home in charge of :
Division'Licensed Broker Ilnsur rs
: : : ;, Ida arrangements.( '
F Mrs. Griffin
; : 105 N.W, 33rd Court: Gainesville, Florida 32607
'. : ..> 'Mrs. Griffin died Tuesday s
,, ; ,*; Ida B.
'Feb., 16 in Bradford Hospital' Office ,- 375-295O Local Number 473O266FHA.VA. ,

I STarke. E-WHEELS : 'Conventional Home Mortgages Second MortgagesDon't
,. Born Mar. 3, 1927 In ,ReedvUle,
.' ,Ga., Mrs. Griffin was the daughter 1320 N.TEMPLE AVE. STARKE
(" of the late Mr. and Mrs. Brewton.
" f She was a member of Mt,Pisgah
:',,' .\1 J',. A.M.E. Church of Starke. She had 964-7783
( 'f' ,,'': "\ one son who preceded her in death. face the
" 'hiV.'I' Survivors include two grandchildren -'
" ,. Buy Here Pay Here
;:."''" ,:,i" Miss Kathy Griffin and
)? (1'\; Larry L.: Griffin, both of Starke; We Finance new tax laws
;' .. cousins, Joseph and Jessie Brewton
: I of Starke Erma Jean Sewell of '77 Dodge Royal Monaco
> :'," "} ,Starke, and Nancy Brewton of Green
, ''' :' ; '" Cove Spnngs; devoted friend, Mrs. AutoAirPSPBLooks
, ,.,.:, 'Mary, Lee Shaw of Starke; and Runs, Drives Like New
:, numerous other cousins and friends., 'This Week's Special '
.Funeral services will be Saturday
>,," Feb. 27 at Mt.Pisgah A.M.E.Church, $295 Dn;- E-Z Payments The tax laws have changed dramatically.. And the forms have, America's Cover Miss
.' .' ..;'1' in Starke, at 11 a.m. with. Rev. changed, too''. Our experienced preparers know the new laws and & Cover Boy/! USA.
",. ",,' Samuel Sullivan officiating. 76 Nova In-Line 6 Cyl. ,how to use the new forms,,We'll find you the biggest refund you have'
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Auto/Air coming. 1988
,,< ;, : : Tennis Instruction
,/0:,,,: $395 Dn.
,; /:,,;.' ,Starke or Keystone, .'81 Malibu S/W HER BLOCK'FIF: H&R BLOCK;IT'S NOW:'
: ," Private Lessons
:I' ; Auto/Air/Low Mil/ Ex:,Clean ,

''< <:,'',':' Learn$10 per with hour a Friend OR $495 Dn- E-Z Payments79FordF100PickUp 8AM-8PM: Starke 964' N Main St. 964-8286 PARADE OF BEAUTY

For $5 each. ,,9AM-5PM. Keystorie Hwy,21 N.' 473-3646 .PAGEANTLarge

Call Mark at Auto/Air. Real Nice 'Visit the office Nearest You! Crown
Lighted Banner
'473-4380 964-6305 $595 Dn. E-Z Payments Trophies, ,
r -Special Easter Surprise For ALL-

r. '2-S10O, Savings Bond ,for o er-all

Easter Baskets for all Beauty Winners
964-7725' GRIFFISGaSI 468-1792 Every contestant In the pageant will'receive i, ..

trophy and special Easier surprise. "
w flu s chum to Dampen tor 2-19M AutomoMM and 2-7 dayaula.s ,
at NaIloNla

'Serving northeast Florida since ,,1941. Gas ,GMt t>23 mo.Mrs.44 yn,7. '*-27 yin.Boys.ID 2 rs a -6yi .
II i1 Residential, l"". Commercial Industrial Grills WHEN: MARCH 20.1988 @ 1:30 P.M.

WHERE: Starke Kat'l Guard Armory

,20 Ib'cyllnder Many models DEADLINE: March 12
r n 'Starks Ornel;: HWY. .301 SM of Starke.
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$19.- 1 mnes S... of Starke fount riio ralafefc at:Jowl FuMom.Slump,Fast**Slop. '
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FAST Friendly Service Spar Cwttr,....Sho WwthouM a Own Tropic. Full.WVuhlngton .

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ADULT PARK: Cl.an 2 !BR mobile' horn, TWO IEDROOM. 1 l' bath mobile home, HAC, screened porch furnished or un corner lot screen porch carport utility PEOPLE GOOD PAY A!' GOODBENEFITS OUR INVESTOR has money to Invest m
> mil 1. from ctyNic neighborhood, furnished $175 month, $100 security furnished. $240/mo. On. block 'from central H/A $240 per month plu..eculty Com In and talk with us. row land or partially developed land
Lake Butler
468 1323 10'BTF deposit. Rd. 16 West, Pleasant Grove library 473-4961, tfnchgACREAGE deposit. 473-7685 or 475-3488 Apparel, 650 5 E. 2nd or subdivision. And may be InterestedIn

NEWLY DECORATED: everything furnished 'area.. Call 964-4480: or 964 8970, both .............. evening. 2tpd 21t 8.2/25 Street, Lake Butler 4963601. tfn/chg joint venture. For Information call
Lqundry facilities Included. Video after 6 p.m. Available March I. 2/18 1BR/1BA PARTLY FURNISHED SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED To teach Country River Realty 497-3305. Ash for

loom available., Will accept on. child TFo| doublewlde. 2 acre. $350 a month. Inmates In area prisons.Vocational '. Beverly Clark. 4 tchg 2/11 3/3.
no' pot" Palm Apt.. 2313 N. Tmpl NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for I, First and lost Also Commercial office Education 'minimum requirement 1 ACRI WITH SCATTERED TREES paved
Are Stork. 32091. 10/29 If 3, t 3 BR apartments with CHA, BEAUTIFUL WOODED'LOT'. ON EMERY pace for rent Call after 5 p.m. of High School diploma or road MOBILE HOMES ACCEPTED All
TIN MOBIlf HOMES for r.nl: furnished carpet, drop.., appliance, energy efficient LANE 473 9236. 1/14 tfnchg. "73.77OB',2Ichg 218225. GED plus 4 years full time work e*- utilities Included .for $500 down,
ol unlurm,>hd. MIMOSA MANOR. laundry facilities On site For LAND FOR SALE three 1.1 acre lots, 2BR IBA ; on six acre $250/mo. plus perlence. Payment $138 per month $12,900.
964.7498.11/19 information contact 964-2335 toned AG.Gosllne' Rood. $4,295 per Adult Education minimum of 20 (
TFchg more or deposit, 473-2730. 2tchg 2/25-3/3 12% APR .over year Larger
NEW HOMCt 3 BR. 2 bath CHt A patio 782-3531 after 6 p.m. E.O.H. Lawtey lot. 173-2283... 2tpd 2/16-2/29 FOR RENT very clean, 2BR mobile Bachelor Degree and ability to work acreage available with well, power
garog. appliances, carpeting wood Apartments. 2/18 3tchg 3/3 home, CHIA, Clay County. No pet. with dlsdvantaged adult. Salary $70 pole. septic, tank. ''Call for cl toU..).
ed lot. quiet neighbor. W. Pratt. 1 year TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Griffi HELP WANTEDFEMALE 16592269. 2tchg 223.33MISCELLANEOUS doily. ,COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY.Fort Whit.
leat required. $473 monthly'plus t Loop, excellent: ; condition large lot. n Contact Or. John Davis at lake City 491.3305.2.tchg 3/3.'
month deposit. Apply 964 8073. 1/28TF 468-2374. Itpd 2/25 TO WORK WITH ELDERLY Community College, 732-1833 .>rt. 215
UdS MOBILE HOME '3BR ? bath on FOR RENT OR SALE small 2 BR home, weekend day and overnight.' Some or *xt. 272. 7/1S 2tchg. 2/25 FOR SALE
one acre. S250/month. 964,4238. 2/4TF newly renovated senior preferred. weekday. McRae Retirement. r THERAPY AID At lead months hospital
EFFICIENCY; APARTMENT you pay elec 1.311.1128.2/18 2tpd 2/25 "73. 881. 2tchg 2/18.2/25 PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collect! work experience. Please send application
tricity. Lowt.y, 782-3458. Itpd 2/25 FURNISHED APARTMENT .kitchen, EARN EXCELLENT MONEY in home ble Item and antique, Used 'furniture, with phone 'number to: Reception STORAGE' HOUSES Need extra-storage
COZY 2 BR HOUSEl furnished., CHtA, bedroom living room and both $175 assembly work. Jewelry toy and glassware Jewelry and much more. Medical Canter, c/o Physical Therapy pace? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini
rarper Prefer tingle' adult For Info call ,month. No pets, 964-8071. 2/252tchg others. FT I PT avail. CALL TOOAYI Come see for yourself. One mile east Deportment, P.O., Box /)28" Lake warehouse. Hale and Associate
964 6680 alter 3 p.m. 2/21 TF 3/3 1-518-459-3535 (toll-refundable) EXT of Keystone Height on Highway 100. Butler Fl. 32054, 2/25 4tchg. 3/17 /.96.3939. tfnchrg. )/1
ON6 BEDROOM HOUSE in Country: larg. ONE OR TWO BEDROOM apartment: all, B3339-A 2HRS. 3tpd 2/25-3/10 473-2183.3/5 tfnchgCARS EASY WORK I Excellent pay) Assemble ASHER. DRYER, refrigerator, heeler
yo d. carpet, window air, adult. First utilitie*and cable TV. HBO Included. INSURANCE SALES excellent training products at home. Call for information and stove Call 496-2090. 2/18 2tchg.
final S225'monfh.. 964 8602 after S from $160 month. 208 N. Cherry St. Itpd and benefit. S225-S400 starting salary 1(504)641-6003( ) Ext. A-8401.Itpd. 2/25, 2/25
p tn |ImFURNISHED 2/25 Western-Southern Life..376-5811. llchg EARN EXCELLENT MONEY Irv home PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to

APARTMENTS with all ONE BEDROOM HOUSE Country; large 2/25 176 FIREBIRD new engine, tronsmlsftioni assembly work. Jewelry, toy and assume small payments. See locally.

utilitlei ,furnished Located In .yard,,carpet, window air, adult, First, PAINTERS HELPER NEEDED five days ; rear, end, broke, battery tire. other Full time and part time Call credit manager at 1(205)471-8927( ) ,
downtown Stark, next to laundromat final, $225/monthr 964-8602 'alter S per week. Apply In person at Omega recently Invested S7.OOO, asking' available Call today 1(518)459-3535( ) ,anytime. 2/18 3tpd. 3/4
Call: 964-4331 or see at 314 N. T.mpl. p.m. |m Metal, 473,4984. 2tchg 2/25.3/3 2500. Coll 473.4684.4tchg 2/11-3/3 (Toll refundable) Ext. B3339D,'24 hr., BALDWIN PIANO CONSOLE Very good
Ave. Bpd 2/25 PAID NURSERY WORKER 6.10 c4 MARO 171' n.w'y r.bulillronlmi.- 2/253tpd. 3/10 condition. $850. Call 496-2881 after
fOUR ROOM HOUSE stove and hours/week. If Interested call Ellom lion. chrome plate head cover plus EARN EXTRA MONEY In home assembly 4:30 p.m. Itpd. 2/25

refrigerator, AC. Call 964'7895. ItpdS ,Baptist Church at 475-2820 between 9 good running engine $950. ,Call work Jewelry toy and other Full STANDARD, TRUCK TOOL BOX with
: 25TRAILER FOR SALE a.m. and 2 p.m. Itchg 2/25 473.3304.ltpd 2/25 time and port time available Call toe piston type top.$80. Fiberglass topper
IN COUNTRY, 2 BR, 2 both, fury 17S DODGE 4DR MONACO 61,000 dayl 1(518)459-3535( ) (Toll Refundable) fits small truck. Volu. $700. asking
nithad 4leon.: nice yard, 1 child max MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* Iowa. YARD SALES I mile*. AC. PS. PB. cruise, clean few Ext. B3448A, 24 hr*. 2/25 3tpd. 3/10 $350. Call 496-3607. after 6 p.m. Itpd.

.imum. ,M.ng Dairy Road '$235 'plu* $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. Hut dent, good tire. 473-2341.) Itpd 2/25 :2/25/
d.oo.t, ,, 964-6714, Jtpd 2/25 NEWSPAPER PLATES) Aluminum 86 FORD BRONCO R'- excellent condition FOR RENT
YARD SALE March 5th at ,the
HOUSE IN TOWNi n.wly remod.led.2 low miles, $9,500,173.3391. Stchg
Measures 24x36". 25 cent each. Great AMERICAN LEGION POST on Hi North LAND FOR SALE
BR. living room! den kitchen: garage, .for patching and repair, TELEGRAPH, of Stop Light. Bring your merchandiseand 2/25-3/10 ".. OFFICE ,AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
curtains throughout. Must see to appreciate. 135 W. Call St. 964 6305. '
1 child, maximum..... $325 plus ALICIA HAY' new hay $25. Delivery rent a table, also if you have MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE located In Union County Time Buildingat 1.3ACIII PARCELS 160 ocr form
anything wish to donate to us for 150 West Main. Coll 496-2261 for '
you would make nice horse form; low'
deposit 713. E. Laura St., Tom, Parker; All
available hay In barn. 7 mile West
this sale call 473-2689
: or 473-3626 or more information fin .
down 'financed.
964 6714. Itpd 2/25 ASSUME 1/2 on lot $159/mo. payment owner Apr
of Stork. on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskin. your
473 4640. Ztchq 22533. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN) 'fur
HOUSE TRAILER: 14x65 two bedroom, 2 964 8356. 8/27 TFchg : dealer, t-351-8514. 4tchg 2/11.3/3 Nicely prox. 1/2 acre, paved rood with 2
f bath CHSA, one acre lot Front rood '" HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28X68 ,43. nished all electric central heat and bedroom mobile home an SRI8. Hal.,
ALICIA HAY. $25 a roll. All hay under
100 in fheresso. 9 .5038. 2/25 2tpd barn. 7 miles from Storke on Hwy. 16 FOR SALE Home of Merit S279/mo.. free pork air, private paved road laundry and ''and Associates. 4963939. tfn/chq
-- playground. Near schools,
'3/3 delivery Uncle Roy*, 1.351.8514.4tchg
toward prison 964 6167 or 782,3727.
facilities, PINES' Lake CARS/TRUCKS
STARKEi furnished 2 BR 12x60 mobile 2/11TF BRASS BED queen size, complete, orthopedic 2/11.3/3 SR-121 east
horn on"'wooded lot CHSA, couple PIANO FOR SALE responsible to mattress set and from. (new, 21' WIDE shingle, masonlte, fireplace, Butler, Call 496-2366. Two childrenmax.
party never used). dill in plainer Cost .. and no pet, chg/tfn 5/21
pr.f.rr.d'First: lost and and morel S227/mo. Uncle Rays. .
security. assume small payment., See locally. BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available ,1984 BUICK SKYHAWK 5.400 miles. Excellent
SI.000. Sell for $350 cosh. Stored in on
$250. 964 5332' 2/25 3/3 1.351851. Stchg 2/11-3/3
: 2tchg
Call credit manager at 203471.8921anytime. condition. Call "496-2881 after
,Jacksonville. 16242639. 4tpd 2/11.3/3 Main Street In lake Butler next door to
VERY NICE 'LARGE NEW 2 BR APART 2/18, 3/3 4-30 2/25
3tpd : VICTORIAN BRASS I WHITE DAY BEDmake Aventureland Video. Call 496-O077 : p.m. Itpd.
restaurant ,
two twin bed: Complete with
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473.3682.'Equal supermarket, convenience"star..,'' ,,matt never used, ktill In boxes. Will Ideal for small family large yard. S175 LOST/FOUND '
Housing 2/25 3/17 ?
Opportunity. 4tchg equipment packages. Save up to 50% sacrifice $330 Cash Stored in Jackson-' LAKEFRONT 10% down no closing 'per month. 496-2842. tfn/chg. 1 10/8
FURNISHED, APARTMENT Ih,.. rooms off nw..90 day warranty VCR tapes of> 3/3' cod In' Keystone H.lghts'or.a.. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME In coun
,and bath part of utilities furnished:; equipment available.;_ Call -ville.l-624.2639.,4tpd2/lt PIANO FOR SALE : Responsible- party toassume $80,000,, 'assumable first,d mortgage, try. $165 a month plus deposits. Call ,WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERIEK (Scotty)
Adults only. No pets Weekly or man-, 2nd available-, Last Jan. 14, Providence Rood
813.854.2525.fcan 88.61 small See 'locally. mortgage financing 431-1714. after 5 p.m. 2/18 2tchg. 2/25'' seen and
thly. Call 964.5970.2/24 4tchg 3/17 -,. '' STEEL BUILDINGS 40x75x12 $3. 3 ft: Call credit 205-471-8927 must qualify. BANK FINANCING Equal SR241 area Call 96-1361..2/25, 21chg.
,ONE ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE $200 40x100x14, $3.39 ft.j: 50x100x16, $3.32ft. manager 2/28-3/3 Housing Lenders 1600 *q. ft, home 200 3/4
month utilities, included. 100 South anytime 3tpd It, lake lot' MOBILE HOMES
: 60x100x14, $3.05 ft.? 70x100x14?. LOVE SEAT SOFA and two matching plus 'frontage one acre ,
one mile lut of city limits" 'Calf, $2.90 ''ft.! 100x100x12, $2.76 ft. Allied ''choirs, wooden ,arms, upholstered 4734933. FOR SALE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY r y'l
964-7255 2/25 2tpd 3/3 Steel, 1-800-635-4141. 4tpd 3/11 'MElROSl..RIA. lox down no closing .
fine condition. $120
LARGE 2 BR HOUSE In stork. NO pets,. 86000. Bank SALE/RENT/CEASE'
OFFICE FURNITURE for sale: tables, 473-3143. Itpd 2/25 cost Financing TEN MOBILE HOMES 2 S 3 bedroomlow
,.,.tlast and deposit 1-726-7651.2/25\ chairs, desk. *. 964-5065 ,days or TIRES four 31 x10.5. IS", white letter, available, must qualify. Equal Housing down balance like rent. Sid's Mobile
2tchg 3/3' 335.j 488 eve*. Itchg 2/25 good $100. Five' 800x16.5 good Lender, 2200 sq. ft. home. 473.4933. Home Park, behind SS. Call 496-3715. 'OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE '
'IBM SELECTRIC II typewriter, $150. Call $100. 475-3353 anytime Itpd 2/25 1Ipd.-2/25 Located In' Union County Time
your work? We, have clean mobile 964-5530. Itpd 2/15 10% down no closing cost. $14.900.
ALUM TRUCK TOPPER fit* long bed building. Call for Information,
home available. 4681323. 10/8 TF BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE must INSURANCEMAINES
block 7'6" long $85 "496-2261 tfn.
NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wid., central $165. Call 964 8708. Itpd 2/25 ; ,Toyota .; qualify. 75 ft. lake frontage. Equal .
old for lake
,refrigerator ( ) or shop
h.ot'ond, air, furnished. Must s... 25' PANASONIC TV color contemporary $50 1972 Buick' Electro Housing lender. 473-4933.: INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. II

463-1323 10/8 TF floor model, pecan finish working motor Irene. for; pads., make offer; INTERLACHEN AREA 10% down, no' Main Street Lake Butler, 4963978.
"TWO BR TRAILER on nice large lot In closing cost,, 40000. Bank
$150. Call 964-6359. Itpd 2/25 hydraulic "wheel chair (Iff* side Financing Complete Insurance Service 4/10 tfn
Lawtey. area. Partially furnished No TWO ITEMS FOR SALE Norge''15 cu.ft. mount for (make) Braun'Installed Available, must qualify. Equal Housing ,
children. 782-3344 or.782-3942. .12/10 chest freezer old van. lender. DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME
,\ yr. SI SO. Sears Ben in van and working at present; front of _,
TFc. Franklin wood heater, $I 25. 9648859.,, oiumlnum grill with /light and ,urn !large. .!lot.: ,473-4933.: ...., TRAIN .
"/N.flO/USt/ A"ARTM'NTS. Now taking u Lrl X61 Im
'Itchg 225FIREWOOD Figs
signals' off 1972 Olds $40. Turn SR 214off TO BE A
,applications for 3 BR ,. starting ,
) $55 for long wheelbase hwy 21. half. Keystone and FOR RENT OR SALEFOR
at $200 p.r month. CH4A. fully load way PROFESSIONALSECRETARY Train to be a
truck with free fat lighter, Melrose, go 1 1/4 miles on 214 to the I.
equipped, kitchen, cable read1530 964-4238 for delivery 2/4 TF 2nd Alderman Rd., turn left on dirt, go RENT OR SALE BY TAKING OVERPAYMENTS TRAVEL AGENT !
Madison 9-5 '
W. St.. 964-6312, Mon-Frl.
1/4 block, veer right on Mt. Vernon 3BR 2BA doublewlde ''SECRECEPTIONISTEXEC.
p TFchg.m. Equal Housing Opportunity. 1/14, VACATION RESORTS OR Drive, go 1 block veer left In drive, mobile home $300/mo. plus security SECRETARY TOUR GUIDE

,green .houses, blow horn. I tchg 2/25 deposit. 475-2597 or 4737472. 4tchg AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
RENTALS lull !
2/4-2/25 tort locally) time/part time
ANIMALS & PETS FOR RENT OR'SALE -.2 bedroom 1% Learn word processing and!

FOR SALE COTTAGES Fully 'furnished Daily, SERVICES bath furnished mobile home with related secretarial skills. Home I
weekly monthly rate*. Also mobile large Florida room : $300 per'mo.. (study and Resident Training.' Nol'll Start locally full-time/part-time

,TWO APPALOOSA FILLIES t Appaloosa home park paces for ,.nt. and home PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile 4734533. Itpd 2/25 dquorter, L.H.P.. Fl. on live airline computer Home

mar, one Too wheel mower Call for sale MT. VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E, home, pools, deck., sidewalks. Free e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE itudy and resident training.
Kris, 964.6924. TFmf Highland Rd.i Franklin N.C, ((704)) estimates Call Rob 473-359O. 3/5 PETS e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE .1'I Financial: aid available/ :Job
524-4605. 6/11 tfnchg tfnchg eJgSPLACEMENiAS3lTANCE placement! ati tance. National

T" WANTED *_*>.******.*..*..*.*..*..t LAWN MOWING \Trimming edging FREE BEAUTIFUL PUPPIES pointer and 1-800-432-3004 headquarter, lighthouse Point Ft I
i Call The lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free ''cow dog mixed. Great watch dog. A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
I7L a Branch President ICHOOI..t
:, Estimates 3/5 tfnchg 473-3994 1 Itchg 2/25 THE HART \
LAND WANTED] 80" to "100 acre*. Good Trainee : I HAVE A TWO YEAR OLD who needs -. 1-800-432-3004
''Immediate'closing. some friends. If you need a sitter who trop
road frontage, preferred
: Ask 'for Linda 18008436888.! National consumer will spend time with your children call FOUND
2/25 finance ''473-3927. tchg I 2/25 ,
2/4 4tchg company has* FOUND BEHIND LRM OFFICE of .
pair -
.. ,
"" -- --
i opening for branch president ;. IMPROVEMENT, repair, brown rim prescription gla...*. Found -- -
small engines, cheap .pay cash. trainee. Excellent or complete building. 30 year by a gray car parked behind office &
1 68.2223. 2/2S 2tchg 3/3 on- i experience serving Bradford and Cloy Owner may came by LRM office during Durranee Pump SupplyU.S.
LOCAL ARTIST WANTED ,Professionaland job training I A Counties '
program. \ .. 473.4018.5/28 tin hour North
working ta claims 301 864 N,'
Tempi. Av. Stark
: .
non-professional.. Coll Terri,i at, planned program for I advancement. .. FLOOR SAGGING Doot Dragging? .
..75.2..7.lIch" 225Jf House out of I.v.ln LaRue Leveling ,- *W
Collection experience .Drilling
service for all your foundation repairs,' WAN1EDLAND QUA -,* *
helpful but not : ,73.7721,7/9 tfnchg .* .Plumbtng
Food StoresIs necessary. Competitive* COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry' WANTED 90-1,000 acre.'Good. ,

[ now. accepting application for store salary and impressive pointing electrical' ,' plumbing. road frontage preferred. Immediate
Reasonable licensed
in rate contractor closing. Ask for Undo.. 18008436888.4tchg .
manager.Experience retail | benefits. RBO0493O6. Colt Mitch. 473-3940.. 8/20,

management i mustSalary : Call today or' 'send, TFchg! ,.WANTED 2/4-2/29. used bedroom ulte (good FOR SALE '.

negotiable,Benefits include monthly J : resume toFLEET :.. condition) reasonable. Call 473-041. .

bonus, paid vacation, sick leave,. ; ; FINANCE, INC. llpd 2/29 Fill Dirt Top Soil

:insurance,''profit sharing pension plan 1252-D South Walnut St. .

and credit union. Must be willing to Starke Fla.32091, You Tried The Rest., Large.or Small Loads of Limerock '
work long,odd hours if necessary and ,i 964-5010 Now Try The 8etl ,;. e Repair. WorkShingling Tractor Work -Backhoe Bulldozer964.6182964.5823.964.6095'
take polygraph. Apply at the SiS Equal OpportunityEmployer '

Food Store Office 2200 E. Duval SL, '
Lake business hours: MIF.eeeeeMNN..d. -
City during
...N ,"'1 ,", ,! Buildup Rooting

$Supervisors ner.s & Aids R 1450 S. Walnut St. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS
SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES. a work training program for the t ',*9 ytfetUnc, Stutiu. Fl. 32091
r.se ir>in.Ti> ,004- 4-2129
hapdicapped Is expanding and moving to a new facility- We are Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-

seeking applicants for supervisor positions, vocational trainer, I electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have

positions and aids both full and part-time work. Experience in wall-to-walt carpeting,. draperies and kitchen appliance*. Onsite -
EIlIIffIJIIIFIIIEIi +New Home r Window laundry facilities Rental assistance available for
working with others and In production/quality control helpful,' Room Addltlosi*'' paleilnf qualified

however we'are looking for highly motivated, people oriented,. EXPERTAUVICE :.CarparfIINewRaalS; ,___' applicants. application and Information '

production minded people who can work with handicapped v, fOTM-ALL OF; aY.LJJ] WerkBrickor ...... IAdNuw Ple *. see us at ,

individuals. Above average salary commensurate with BUILDING NEEDS VI.I Sidle. 1005 SWtth Street @

qualifications and experience, excellent fringe benefits. Send Call Today! lake Butl.r FL 32054. '........ '

resume 10: Bob Larimer Director P.O. Box 509 Star1


David Lawson Paint & Body Shop of North Honda USj? { /

Corner Lafayette & Hwy.301. Starke > Insurance Collision Work Estimates I

CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 964-6133 From
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Elixson Wood Products Inc. / 1 00 '

I:' PINE FOREST APARTMENTSNow Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou u'p

'Taking ,Applications DENMARK
Pick-up or We Deliver"1 La-Z-Boy
'.3 BR Apartments Starting at $200 .

1530 W. Madison St. Mon.-Fri. 9-5p.m. Red Heart 'Cypress Lumber 9S4-5I2C 9C4 5127MF
1:00-1:30: I I : 1 Sat 1:00: 1:00:
| Star*., S64-6312 Equal Housing Opportunity 964-6649 IT', I Fact r u Can Do llttiir It Dvnrrurk, Fi.rmt.ir.. .'

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b...ubmltt.d HIRING Government jobs In your area PHONE 964-7776

T.I.graph la office the In Bradford writing and County paid In 2 '11. 1 BA with 2-car garage.Perfect for WANT TO STOPTTHAT'S 5.OOO-$68.OOO.Ext..3493. 2/3 4lpd Call 2/24 602-8388885, .4 *11 205 N. TomrjU., St tark0. La

advance unl... credit I.l olr.ady retired couple. Easy walking distanceto OURS UNCLE WOMAN OVER 50 for maid In
established with this office. new shopping center. $29,999. Call Alcoholics Anonymous motel. Must live In. 964-7184. 12/30TF Cecella Terwlllegar i
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II 964-5606. 4/30 tfn 9M-4150-642000pd EASY WORK I excellent I
products at home Call for Information
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN! OVER ., brick veneer home with fireplaceand CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free 504.641.8003 2/4 '201 ALVAREZ COURT) 3 BR, I I' Ba, $25,750.
ext. A9S79.
THI TELEPHONE. garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home. estimate Handy-Man Fence Co. 2/25 HAMPTON OAKS nice H acre building lot, 6500.

Classified deadline U TUESDAY, Reduced to $59,500. United Realty of. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn TURN FAT INTO $$ Serious about losing '310 CHURCH STREET 2 Bedroom I bath, owner financing. $20,000
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. Starke, 964-8447 or 473-3627. 11/12 TF HANDYMAN carpentry painting, electrical weight? Nutritional weight control. -1I2S NEIL COURT BR. 1 Bath, carport, owner financing $36,000.

Classified display deadline I TUESDAY, BEAUTIFUL 7 ACRES fenced with attractive Reasonable', complete Licensed home repair. Doctor 'recommended. Safe, GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 215 Bradford Dr. 2 BR. '/ ba LR. ..ai.In .
rates. contractor.
5.00 P.M. 3 BR. 1V baths, brick home CR
on ,
Special Classified' display Effective) Earn Income kitchen with ,
extra finest
RB0049306 stove, carpets, best location, $38OOO.. *
placement I I. NOT Guaranteed., 221. Call Travor, Century 21, Broker, Call Mitch. 4733940.9lfn; Representatives needed part/full
Minimum charg. for classified ads I. 4734903. 2/11 4tchg3/3 SEWING MACHINES sales and service, time. ((303)) 2387346. icon 88-59 .....HOMIl.,...
15 words for $3.50, then 15 cents for $45,000 BRICK DUPLEXi :2 I BR each, like all makes cleaned, oiled, aduted| TELE-MARKETER for Keystone/Starke 'WOW Sophisticated waterfront living In lakewood Subdivision on Crosby

each word thereafter.PERSONALS. new, rented good near Wlnn Dixie. SIS. All work guaranteed: Corner, area Pay $6 per hour plus bonuses, lake. Cedar ft stone; ,beautiful home, IR, FR with stone fireplace, DR big
....- Worth much more, 964-8811. Itpd 2/25 9648733.Morgan Rd. t CR 16, James Strickland. Work at home.375-2992, ask for Ken master bedroom two other nice size bedrooms, two baths, front porch dou
BY OWNER 2 BR bungalow, freshly 12/3TF 2/25 4tchg317FLORIDA ble garage, ceiling fans throughout Side-by.tide refrigerator with kemaker
painted In and out, plush new carpet, SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER* Advice on Two
ROCK complete
INDUSTRIES heating/cooling
l units.
I. now accepting Stunning view of lake
tile all business, love and other problems.Special .
kitchen amenities, washer
dryer Included central heat large', reading this week with this applications for mixer truck LOOKt A REAL BARGAIN) Frame.2 BR T Ba home at Orange S Pratt SI,"
lot. ad. 7829802. otpd 2/25 drivers. Experience preferred Phy.kaland Owner hasreduced, to $19.900 for a quick sale, These items remain, |In I the
landscaped By oppt. only $31.500.:
drug urinalysis tequlred. Accepting home-stove, refrigerator drapes, couch chairs, beds ft
A WONDERFUL FAMILY. 964-304i or 964.679O. Itpd 2/25 LAWN SERVICE for residential com washing machine.
IXPERIENCEi merclal. Landscaping tree removal applications after 4 p.m. Mon-Frl!, LOVELY BR 2% Ba custom built hom..lR. fireplace, DR eat-In kitchen., .e>

High Australian School European. Scandinavian. lawns vacuumed- )lob too big or at 311 Edwards Rd.. Slarke. Apply In tra Ig utility rm. screened porch, garage, CHIA, thermal windows, t acre,
Exchang. Students arriving REAL ESTATE peeion. 2/25 2tchg 3/3 68000.
small. Free estimates. 964-4238. 2/4TF
American In August Intercultural, Become a host Student family Ex.thong. for. OUT OF. AREA WE DO BULLDOZER WORK ,450 John EARN EXCELLENT work. MONEY In home 'BRICK 3 BR. 1 '/i Ba lR. kltchen-dining area, carport, utility room. 1004 ....

.. Call t-800-SIBLING. Icon 88-64 Deere, $40 per hour call anytime.78233O6. assembly ft PT avail Jewelry, Call toys, others.FT Thompson St. Well Insulated, law utility bills $45.2S5,
2/18 4lchg 3/10 todayl I 'BRICK 4 or SIR 2 ba. 1900 s.(I.. t acre, 5 yrs. old between Stark. ft Lawtey
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded MOBILE HOME RECOATING and touch 1-518-4593533 (toll refundable), .ext. 22 S. MYRTLE ST. Home 12
car all new CHI A
garage !Interiors 2 BR, 1 Ba.
B3377. 24 "hrs, 2/25 3/10 ,
lot, river $5450 Each. 3tpd .
access, No .
BUSINESS up. $80 and up' with 18 month' $30.000 Financing Available, See to Appreciate
money down $65.41 monthly Owner guarantee. Ask about our single ply title Write ..42 N.' WALNUT 3 BR, 2 Ba, Handyman dream, $38.000.
ACE-CHI. 161
OPPORTUNITIESOWN 1.236-4579 or 1-622.2"38. 1/7TF' roof. Call per S. Lincolnway -
A-l Roofing. 964-2129.2/18
4tpd 3/10 Spanish style home, 3450 ..1:. 10 acres, sprinkler BR
fenced posture, balance wooded. 3/17 system, 4 :2 Vt ba format
YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Creek V4! mile paved road frontage WILL snack BABYSIT Included.In Reasonable.my home, lunch, and. .CITY OP. STARKE POWER PLANT has an LR, fully equipped kitchenlg FR,.'brick fireplace' patio pool, ceiling, fans. 2

STORE. CHOOSE FROM: JeanSportswear View, adjoins timber company lands. Pat 964-7023. 2/25 Any 3/17.ago.Call opening for the position of Power Plant car garage,: new ,roof zoned Agri., 2 assum. mtgs $135,0001

Ladl.., Mens, large Sizes, $39,750. Barron Strother Broker WANT TO BABYSIT In 4tchg home ( Operators This position Involves shift ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco ft block beauty with 3400 s.f.. 6 yrs
Petite, Dancewear/Aeroblc Bridal my Sampson work. The minimum old on 2V4\ acres In .
UNITED NATIONAL P. O. Box 755, City area), Reasonable rates. Call requirements ore Lawtey arsa. Spoclouo' : legant..Pr..tig..1!
lingerie) or Accessories Store Brand.:: Troy, Ala. 36081 205566.1870, 964-5982 after 4pm. Itchg 2/25 graduation from an approved high ROOM TO GARDEN, Palm St.. 3/2 brick,_new roof carport new Carrier heat
Liz Claiborn., Healthtex, Chaos, Lee. 205-735-2442. 8860BE NEED A BABYSITTER I Will sit for school or GED. Prior power'plant or pump, large screened porch utility shed extra lot
St. Michele. For n.a. Bugle lay Levi OUR NEIGHBOR North Carolina Mon-FH anytime. Organically Grown. Lucia. Over 2000 beautiful( mountain properties. Financing for Debbie. Itpd 2/25 will be received until 5 p.m. DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3. pool $109.000
others. Or $13.99 On. Price Or Mult) Friday. Mar. 4. 1988. Apply at the
Tier available Fr.. listing Information. WILL BABYSIT In my home. Non smoker City MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2. 2 story 12 acres $ 85,000
Pricing Discount or Family Shoe Carolina Country Real Estate, Box 686.Hay..vlll. and reference 961-2349.Itchg 225TOTTEN'S of Starke City Hall. Personnel' Office, SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2. 1985 DW, fireplace, high lot $ 50.000
Retail Prices 209 .
unbelievable for N Thompson Starke, FI, 2/25
top quality shoes normally from ., N.C. 28904. 704-389.8335, DRYWALL Hang tape and 2tchg 3/3 EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba, I acre, let s go country $ 62.000

$19 to $60. Over 250 Brands priced, 2600 I collect fcan 88.62'MOBILE finish any texture. Patch expert. 20 CITY OF STARKE Is 'now accepting applications BROOKER: 3/2 brick and 'frame, Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44.OOO
I Iy.a... 5299793. 2/25 4tpd MENG DAIRY RD. 2.25 till CH/A n.ar'
styles. $17.900 to $29,900: Inventory. experience. for position of Laborer in the acres CB. so $40,000
Training, Fixtures. Airfare, Grand 3/17 Water Department.Applicants must beat CROSBY LAKE CANAL; 2 BR, I Ba, CH/A,frame S 41.000

Opening etc. Can open 15 day. Mr,. HOMES LAND FOR SALE least 18 years of age. Apply City LAW TEY: 4 BR..,2 bo,:J story, ,.1 acre, 100 yrs old $ 36.000
McComb ((612)) B88.S228.ltpd 2/25 FOR SALE Hall..Merrell Dees office Itchg 2/25 .....ACREAGE...,!
1000 $SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal FULL OR PART TIME farm work with roc GREAT LOCATION: Hwy IOOVV i Hwy 225. 40 plus Acres 'I 60.000

WOLFF Tanning Beds. SlenderQuest. I LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764.. After Ing ,I'greyhound, Must have !Town RD. 100 EAST: t 137: acres"",wooded and platt.d' S 7.000
Passive' Exercisers. Call for FREE color ,MOBILE HOME FOR SALE rent to own 5, call 9645251. 3/07 Hn transportation and phone. Call 105th AVE., LAWTEY; '/ ocret cleared .5'8.000
catalogue. Save fa 50% your own mobile home. Several to ,,34 ACRES CLEARED will divide,'owner,. 485.1 ill for lob application. Itchg 2/25 HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything .$438.OOO j
18002286292. fcan 88-63 choose from. Call 468-1323 for informal -financing.' 1.904-964-7771, or;' CHAUFFEUR/SECRETARY) neat appearance LAWTEY; 3 acres, 105th Ave.. good Investment $ 15,000RD
10/8TF 1-904964-4537. 1/21 TF dependable, help out In 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26.OOO
CARS NEW I USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy HOUSE ft APPROXIMATELY 35 ACRES for small business, enjoy dealing with SR 16 WEST. approx. 7 acres '$ 13,000
TRUCKS VANSIS Walls at A&W Mobile Homes, 964-6407 sale: 20 acres with trailer 3 acres with public. 782.9802. Itpd 2/25 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20:16 'acres, 3 wells. 2 poles,

or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw 2 trailer Approximately 2 acres on PART-TIME ADVERTISING SALESPERSONfor 2 septic tanks, owner finance $ 50.000, Or will split, ea $ 27.000 I
IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 2 DOUBLEWIDS REPO'S Financing lake. Call or write F.E. Grainger, Rt. I, three weekly. newspapers and a BROWNLEE RD. 36.43
acres, owner finance, great 'location! $ 82.332 |
through the U.S. Government? Get the avail obi.. Call 1.272.0625 collect. tfn Box 337: Hawthorne, Fl. 32640. Call shopper. Sales experience desirable, .....COMMERCIAL.....
" facts today Call 1-312-742.1142. ext. 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES.. Low payments.low 546-3681 between 5-9 p.m. Itchg 2/25 but will train Retired persons ;encouraged .
609. 2/4 2/25 BRICK BLDG."ooo sq ft. (unfinished inside) off Morgan on NW 42nd Av. on
4tpd down Call 2720650collect. to apply. 135 W.
payment. ,1- NO DOWN PAYMENT, 2.5 to 50 Acres Interviewing
, 1Tt4 FORD ESCORT ll 5 doors low 1.5 acres Built as a lodge but could convert to your own use $60.000
. ttnASSUME ..v.rallocatlon., from l,100/ocra. 30 Call St.. Friday 8:30: a.m. .
J mileage;AC radio. Con be seen at 202S. 3 BR. 2 bath on your lot $159 ACRES with 1/4 mile on Rd. 225 ft coun. AVON REPRESENTATIVE' NEEDED full ENTERPRISE ZONE: 145x165', nor hasp. $ 25.OOO
Walnut St. Send written, offer to month. 9O4-3SI-8514, 'dealer. 2/11 ty grad., $67,000, EZ Terms. ... ACRES time or part time. Unlimited oppor' THOMPSON ST: )11.362.,f.< brick; Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000 !
BCDA POBox 576. Starke Fla 4tchg 3/3 with mobile home and barn $35,500 or'' tunlties. For more information call 301 N.,I.S acres, MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 240. on; 301, great value 'S 37,000
'32091, Will be sold to highest offer HUGE FAMILY: SPECIAU .28x68, 4/3. $30.000 without MH 10 ACRES Country Ramona 782.3068. 2/18 7tchg 3/31 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01' on 301 $120000

above retail' value. Itchg 2/25 Homes of Merit $279, month. Free Club area prim., for subdividing WATKINS-FAMOUS for extracts, spices, 301 N.approximately: 150' x opprox. 220' $125,000
SEVERAL VErflCttsn979 TrWs-Am, 301"' delivery. Uncle Roy's904-351.8514.. $48.700.4.73 ACRES with 2600 s I. brick, 'etc., needs dealers part/full time. High 301 N Dairy Queen Building |Ias.. option Reduced $ 85,000
wriNor. goedjhnjie. .fl.lfj ego. 19SU,I 2/1t 4tclror4/3'' home, on paved rood North of Lowtey .profiM., 30W..J.owey.: \ | ... .2/.l8 .t.p.d 301] 5: 193' 301 frontage S 85.000
Chevy: truck,n.w/1l rebuilt 235 originate RIPOSt easy assumption with little or no $87,000. RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 3/10 301 and Washington' Street.:363.S )IOS"uiWiWiJ': :; S I.SCO |
engine, good shape. $2500. 1951 Ford $ down. Doubles and singles, 964-878. Itchg 2/18 301 5: 135 ft. on 301,'opprox. 2 acres. (possible Acres) $150000 ,

truck runs good fair shape $850 904-351-8514, agent. 2/11 4tchg 3/3 ...,..LOTS.....,
nego. T.rry McCarthy 9647026. Itpd 21 WIDE shingle, masonite. fireplaceand LOSTFOUNDLOST PAINTERS HELPER NEEDED ,five days CROSBY LAKE LOTS,1 00 ft. S I S.OOO.S 1 9,800
2/25 much more. $227/month. per week. Apply In person Omega COUNTRY ClUB ESTATES: 2 lots, one ocr. each 7,500 I $ 8.700
1913 RANGERt 4 cyl.. 4 speed with over 904-351-8514 Uncle Roy*. 2/11 '4tchg Metals 473: .4984. 2tchg 2/25-3/3 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots $ .500
WALKING STICK I'm a service can-
drive. AM/FM stereo cassette, topper 3/3 netted disabled Metal WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Florida Frontier S IS.000
looks good run great. $2500. REDUCED 12xtS. 2 BR T bath, $3500. ( veteran. pot. DUPONT
ches on stick from Europe. 964.24O9. ROAD (tawtey); 1 Acrs surveyed, Cash, $6.000
9646708. 225YARD '
Itchg 964-7358. 1/21 6lchg 2/25 After Hours
THREE BEDROOM 2 full bath mobile Itpd 2/25 Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541,
SALES home for sale on I 1'/ acres of land. Rd. John Longford Master
2/18TFo 16 East.| Coll 964-4480 after 5'30: p.m. : I ISusan

THURS. FRI B SAT Brownlee Rd (CR 229)). FLEETWOOD. 12x60. 2 BR, 1 bath good,
5 miles West off 16. Odds and ends, condition. Great buy at $3.900, Don
this and that Itchg 2/25 Martin, 964.6573. Itpd 225BOATS
301 Saturday only. Itchg 2/25
SATURDAY FEB. 27t 8-12. Hwy. 16 to | Accelerated'JKealty, ;
225. '4 mile from Northslde Church '
sofa, stereo etc. Itpd 2/25
SECTIONAL SOFA, hide-away bed, $708.: 1975 BASS BOAT 70 hp Johnson,
Klngslie mattress set $50; queen mat galvanized float-on trailer, excellent t 964-4544
tress set $35; king size bedroom suite, shape. $3,000. 964-8994. 2/18 2tpd adoas.
dresser mirror 2 I night stands and 2/25' '
mattress set. $600. Fri and Sat., Edwards 1979 RANGER BASS BOAT fish and ski. [ 'HWY'301S.'

Rd. 9642359. 'Itpd 2/25 '17 2/25 ft,. 90 hp Mercury. 7823585. 'Itpd @] Starke. FL, LI:!

Ifs HURST BASS BOAT 16 ft., 90 hp : M. Faulkner GRI, CRB PRESIDENT 1, REALTOR
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE Mercury 9645571. 'Itpd 2/25 t/ tI'Lots /
1917 PROCRAFT 1110 fish and ski boat Homes / Acreage Waterfront

55' hp Suzuki PT' and PT Mercury A, !F.9l.V.L 1{, .l/JY; INC r Farms Commercial
Thru.ter.1I trolling motors; foot control
classic custom drive-on trailer. Top for located. Hwy.301 .2 elks S..SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street
FOR LEASE 1.000 ft., 301 South next
sq. boat'many extras. Calf( evenings after 3 ACRES OF 'PRIVACY 2BR/2BA Block: Large Living-
to United Realty. 9&I-B848 964-8447, 5 964-8950 ,
Itpd 2/25 ) I.
or eves, "733627.16 tfnchg p.m. ". $ Dining Area Kitchen w/Lota of Cabinet Space, and Breakfast
to' .'" ...JIIH'r'
Room. CH/A Garage Well & Septic

f"l'" WHERE THE BIRDS SING 3BR/2BA: Block Great Room''

\ Iee w/Fireplace, CH/A. Stove, Wall Oven &. Refri, Carpet &

t Drapes, Inground Swimming Pool 41 Acres of Pastures .Farming
GLORIA'S? MUSIC .HOUSE. rISTUDIO( ) :- tI\ .& Wooded Areas. 32 x 37 Pole Barn. Well & Septic. .

'I. STOCKED, FISH POND* 3BR/2BA Brick. CH/A. Range &

INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg & Gloria Bryant Rein Carpet 1200 SF, Well ,& Septic, Solar HOL water System .

LESSONS: Guitar. Banjo lie Electric BassCall .. 1.' Acres. .

: WALK TO SHOP t 3BR/1 112BA Block CH/A Carpet

'964-812O Tues-Fri 11.7 a Sun & Mon 10-2 Stove Refri & Dishwasher Nice Lot .


Room Drapes ,&.,Carpet, CH/A. 1416 SF, Large Lot Lake
LAVERN H. OUTLAW Priveleget. '

Broker CLOSE TO TOWN'-,3BR/2BA' Block Spacious Living Room.

Family Room. CH/A ,S ove. Refri &, Dishwasher, 1839 ,SF,.
flunking of buying orfiling' rer- Well & Septic. 1 Acre., ,

.' Call us? 6.92 -ACRES k 3BR/1BA Frame Home and Like New '3BR/2BA

as uoa / !'< Mings tu Wt?<'fc<>ndsd Doublewide has Fireplace in Living Room Patios' &, Carport

864-4522 maSS&3ZJRFfr\\ Large Workshop & Storage Building,''Welt i & Septic; Owner''

STARKE. FLYum Financing. ; .


I Full K. .il Estate Of fire Enjoy| th. summer In this 3 bexlroem. 2 bath horn nllct on Mobile Home''Well & Septic. '. .

two lovely lots In Crystal Lake Hom.." .". CLOSE access to lot GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD -2BR/1BA Frame Home, Well &

Association., Seller Is furnishingERA's Septic. Large Lot.HANDYMAN'S.. .
HIGH AND DRY near Orange HI*., 14 plus acre pasture, fenced and eras*. owned by Prop.rty Owners .
fenced. with nice :3 BR cartage, CHtA. Home Protection Plan for'one'year.- Call to ._" this DREAM.,- 2 Story 3BR/2BA Block Large

FOREST HEIGHTS 3/2 OUA, fireplace' range ft refrlg.' roomy 2.000 square foot horn today! Living-Dining Area w/Fireplace- City, Water, & Sewage

4/2 ON EDWARDS RD.: CHaA, up to 10 ocr.*. Available.) ,

LOVELY MH 3/1 on I acre. Immaculate. 27000. RENTr Two bexiroom. 1 bath. $27$/month. SELECTED PROPERTIES
RENOVATED 2-STORY HOMI an ".64 acre, CHftA. and more. 5 ACRES High & Dry, Well & Septic.
COMMERCIAL M-civ SR 16 E. 3000 sq. ft. on over an .tra.. Commercial & Residential Rentals 10 ACRES
E.M22x40 Pecan Grove, Barn. Well A Septic, Fenced..
CUSTOM-BUILT 2 itery LOO HOME Include.. Jill, 2 pool.
BEAUTIFUL 10 ACRES. Pecan Grove A Fish Pond Residential.
QUIET PLACE Easy 'Irving In this large 3/2 home, CHftA on 7Vt acre '
PIN New roof. new bathroom, close to Stark. 10 ACRES' y South Clay County, Residential/Agricultural
Call r of our Professionally'trained .
OWNER SAYS GET OFFER DouWewld. 10 acre of good lard.'TWO 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location.
STORY redecorated. 1800 sq. ft. In Stark. 39000. iI staff today at: 4.55 ACRES' Zoned'' for Mobile Home.
-RSOUCB-CONVSMENT TO TOWN ft SCHOOLS 3 BR, 1 Bo remodeled. 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section..

INCOME PROPERTY 3 BR, t Ba. REDUCED TO 23000. I 964-5069 LAKE GENEVA Large Lot. 100 ft on the Water

LAKE PROPERTY) We hove; home and lot*. [ LAKE LOTS -' Crosby A Sampson. Owner Financing.

PUN IN THE SUN :3 BR. 2 Ba, Hampton lake. REDUCED. or after hours call: LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City.,
CRYSTAL IAKI ACCtStl Brick, 4/3. CHftA. :2000 ..f? eloquent. HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot Good Business Location

HOCATIONHLOCATIONi In Stark. Custom home on S Acre*. REALTOR AssoaA S. EVENINGS 210 ft. ON HWY 301 ..5 Acre Near Earlton Beach :

LARGE DW close to boot romp I en Crosby$34.000.Lake. $30.000.CB Irene L. Faulkner-964.5142 IF TOUR MINDS ON HEAL ESTATE.OR THINGS BELATED
IN GRAHAM 3/IVt on ocre
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