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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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It'll ho a cold weekend, but skies will clear Saturday, according SodOIN.w.. . . . 9-tA !)" .
to Wednesday afternoon, Jan. B, predictions Public Notc.! ." . . . .SASporl / I LJUKAI.i] \/ I I Ij(i., I
northeaster is the cause of current conditions, blowing winds .. . . . . ,7. 9A tJNi'v'l' '' 1 Kb j I ,' ( I ih f t I [l/| ,' i Ilat I E(
of 15-20 mph, lows will be !in the mid-40s, highs in the lower 50s,with .
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temperatures to dip into the low 30s, with highs in the 50s. Volunt.r Lauded, . 0 3B p
About half an inch of rain had fallen through Wednesday after- Judo School . , . 4B A ,\
noon. The Louis Hill fire tower at Highland recorded 1.2 inches of Area' Dvalh, 0' SB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven _
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rain Wednesday, WPXE in Starke about half an inch. Traffic Death Up. . . 68
30-yeir average rainfall January-December is 54 inches. So far in N.wtBr!.(.. 0' . ..7.10,1 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy "
1985, some 53 inches of rain has been recorded in the county. Clo.iitled Ad..: 25th Issue Thursday,January 8, 1986 USPS 062-700 r

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J. Hearing Set Today On Proposed Santa Fe Pass DevelopmentA !.:

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preliminary review of plans for the wetlands at the Pass will oe quired before the committee makesits because staff engineers had not tending would be allowed to have Corps of Engineers. However, there
Phase II of the controversial Santa presented to the Alachua Couty recommendation to the Commis- completed their preparations. One some input. He said new rules has been no effort by the Corps or ,
Fe Pass development is set at 1:30: Development Review Committee for sion at its January 14 meeting, of the many disgruntled opponentsof adopted by the committee placed a the Department of Environmental
p.m. today (Thursday, Jan. 9) in its recommendation of approval or unless further delays develop before the Pass developmenmt said he five-minute time limit on each person Regulation (DER) to require
Room 209 of the Alachua County Administration disapproval by the County Commis that time. had driven 24 hours from Texas in heard. removal of approximately 5,000 I ,)
at University Avenue sion.Alachua A crowd, estimated at 150, of Santa order to attend the postponed yards of fill placed in the wetlands at I t' .
and S. Main Street (old courthouse) County AdministratorBob Fe Lake property owners packedlast that time. I
meeting. Illegal filling of wetlands at the Only 40 or 50 yards at the oJ oJI
in Gainesville. Fernandez said Wednesday, Thursday's meeting room, onlyto Fernandez said that although to- Pass was started by developers in I .;,
Jan. 8, that additional informationon be informed at the last minute day's meeting was not a formal 1978 and halted in 1979 by cease and Gator Cove area were actually
Plans for further development of "the 8Ofhn"r Issue" may hI' re that the meeting was postponed hearing' he thought that persons atA desist orders issued by the U.S. removed. X'
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commissioners are up a made al the dog pound:
tree, not certain if they can satisfy Heat slips are being installed,
demands of the local Humane Society which automatically turn on below .
f President Barbara Renfroe with :35 degrees
e JL planned improvements ut the present Canvas In cover the fenced pen in
dog pound. cold weather I is being installed so it t
Move the dog pound to a better\ can be rolled up in hot weather.
site, build a new dog pound to -Wtisle tram the pound drains into
: specifications of the Humane Socie- a septic tank The drainlield has
ty, and have the pound manned M F been (extended treed to the east, added
.'- 9-5, Mrs. Renfroe asked commissioners tolhecul'I.t'111 I drainlield which is
Tuesday night, Jan 7. She working properly alter a broke pipe
projected a $20,000 to $24,000 construction was repaired. Noellluent is going into -
: ; :; 1\ price of a new pound, and Alligator Creek said the mayor
0,1 sa. local businesses have told her The city has spent some $1,500 to
: they would donate building improve conditions ut dog pound
.' : .., materials.Mrs. which is at the hewer plant site on
; \ : .' said the Edwards: Koad. The has
,*.- t Renfroe city pound, pound passed
L ,r iiuide of chain link I fence with a concrete an inspection by the Bradtord
*. \ floor, offers no protection County Health (Department, and has

Disgruntled Bunch... ..}.: ',. .. ---- ',.against; the cold, wind or rain, and been inspected by representatives of
':J ....Jf. MI-.... ( "..:", _,(" __,' ...1' Hoods whenever Alligi'tor Creek the (Department of Environmental: .
It It was a disgruntled bunch of Santa Ke Lake residents who Inm-led all ofIbrbearingaltersmueI30persuus'tiavelledalltheu0Io; ( uiuesvI11e. rises during storms. Regulation wilh no citation issued, I
the way to Gainesville to Ihe Alachua County courthouse last week for a Hill d'IiIlI'llo present his fuse in opimsilimt the - !Mayor Charles Schaefer/ who) the mayor said.
; suddenly culled meeting oiitheproposeddetelnptuenlandmarinaforthe I the Humane Society 30 minuteson "We fc'c'ilhe shelteruth< the improvements
iiij lie didn't \\1111110 Hive all his a nun million In the ile elopers. lieloi lhe> gave
W" south side ol Santa Fe Pass, between Big und Utile Santa Ke Lakes hail lo piesent llieir case. Hill tomxl nut ahoul the .'0111. :'i! heal'lug at a IIIt'.hllt' I the agenda Tuesday night and extended ) ishulticient. Don't you
Harold Hill, standing center, his dissatisfaction to Ihl'Ial'hllu to 45 minutes said the
-t expresses KO his telephone aleil system going had the iiicclliiu I 1'1"11I' lilted it ,
;...... (roomy Commission ol' the ill liming ol the hearing' then the cancellation nnl.v lo have the bearing cancelled. InlloNving improvements are being


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i?: 1 Chief's Pay ReQUest Puts Lawtev Council On Spot I

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i/ Chamber Needs Every department in the Town of year-old policy of not giving p.m., Tillotson from 2 p.m. to 10:30: Mayor Scott asked Chief Jordan to Chief Jordan said! he has helpedthe ,
; Lawtey is operating in the black, employee pay raises in the middle ofa p.m., and he (Jordan) is responsible remind the council of the pay raise city of Lawtey. "Help those who ,
;!' Award Nominations... retiring Commissioner Marvin budget year. "All city employeesgot for the rest of the time. Commissioner time. help you. That's what I believe." '
Monday, Jan. 13, is the deadlineto Rosier Dragged Monday night, Jan. a 10 percent pay increase last Herman Johnson backed up Chief Bright asked Jordan "1 do, too, but there isn't any i
nominate persons to be honoredby 6. year," said Mrs. Shuford. Jordan. "Right is right," said if got a raise to $20,000, would he money," said Mayor Scott.
the Awards Committee of the "How much money does the city Chief Jordan said he earns $18,700 Johnson. "Butch was elected by the want a raise at budget time? "You're saying there is not raises j
Starke-Bradford County Chamberfor have," asked spectator Herman after 24 years of experience, and people of Lawtey, but what the chief Newly installed CommissionerWillie for us?" Chief Jordan asked. He urged ,
the Humanitarian Award and Johnson... $50,000 or $60,000 or knows of officers in other towns ear makes is in the hands of the five city Strong said, "I think the chief the commission to vote, so it
Citizen-of-the-Year Award. what?" Johnson got a lot of answers ning $7,000 or $8,000 more. commissioners," Johnson continued does a superb job. If not, the people would be on record.
Nominations are still needed, from retiring Clerk Lucille Shuford "You know what happened to the "Years ago Lawtey had wouldn't have elected him." "The council can vote if anybody
Chamber Manager Mike and veteran Commissioner Robert budget last year. You can't compare policemen who hit people beside the At that point garbage collector wants to make a motion," said
says Cooney. If you know of someone Scott, the new mayor, but he never Lawtey to bigger towns," said head. Now we've got a man who Bud Barber chimed in, saying he Mayor Scott. No motion came.
deserving of either one or both was told how much money the town Mayor Scott doesn't hit people in the head. The would like a raise, too. Commissioner Laura Harris then
awards, write a list of reason, in a Chief Jordan said he was compar- days are gone when you can run a city "See there, if one wants a raise, asked Mrs. Shuford if there was sufficient .
narrative lorm, of why believe has.The bragging came home to roost ing Lawtey to towns of similar size. off the fines and forfeitures. You they all want one. It Isn't just a few funds for a raise for all
you
the should be considered.Mail later in the meeting when Police "I feel like I'm under paid. I don't get what you pay for," Johnson said. dollars," said Mayor Scott, notingthe employees. The veteran clerk, having
person
or deliver the letter to the Chief M.M. Jordan, the Silver think it's right," said Jordan. "I can "If you can't afford the second city no longer receives CETA just relinquished her seat at the
Chamber office, corner of Walnut Bullet, said, "I've got something I live with it. I will be here for the two patrolman, let him go. This man was funds and is looking to lose its council table to AI Anderson, replied
and Madison Streets in Starke, by want to talk to you about. I want to years I'm elected to," he added. elected by the people of the city and federal revenue sharing funds. with talk about the budget but never
Jan. 13. The awards will be know why there can't be more Commissioner Emmett Bright there were no hours in the contract," Under questioning by Delbert Jor- told Mrs. Harris whether the money
presented at the annual banquet set dollars appropriated for the Police questioned what hours the police Johnson said."Where dan, the brother of Chief Jordan, the was there.
Jan. 25. Department?" work, noting the school crossing was are you going to get the council admitted it had authority to "Is it possible for the council to
Money was scarce after that. The not manned at the end of the school money to increase salaries& Raise amend the budget, and to give Chief look at the budget to see if it can finda
QB Club to Meet... discussion went on for more than an day sometimes. Chief Jordan said taxes& asked Mayor Scott. Jordan a pay raise if it wanted to. source to give a raise? asked Jimmy
hour, but all the veteran police chief Patrolman Tillotson comes on at 2 The council starts working on the Attorney Johnny Hobbs said the Scott, the son of Mayor RobertScott
The Quarterback Club of Brad- got was a request to ask for a pay p.m. and gas to the school the first budget in June, said Mrs. Shuford, council can give a raise if its wantsto .
ford High School is set to meet raise in the first draft of next year's thing, but that he might have been a echoed by council members. Every but has established a procedureof "The only other place is the road
Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 7:30: p.m. in budget when budget workshops start few minutes late a few times. Jordan employee got a 10 percent pay raise not giving raises in the middle of I
the Western Steer Steak House according this summer. The council has a two- said he works from 6 a.m. until 2 last year, said Mrs. Shuford. the year. (.see Pay Hecluest..2.5 : .\>
to Mrs Michelle Parker.
Topic will be the sale of the VCR
tapes of football games, homecoming -

parade Tornado Whirl. The ] Veteran Robert Scott is New
3-hour tapes will sell for $39.95. Sworn-In at Lawtey, Mayor a //11


Square Dance... Rosier hands all around and left the Willie Strong, Buster Bennett, and
Veteran Lawtey Commissioner US-301 south that water will be
clerk Al Anderson all took their
seek re- before the swearing-in new
who did not meeting
dancers Robert Scott with the available.The Rosier,
Mainstream square can 22-years on council he'd oaths of office. Strong and Andersonare
set 8 council elected election, also told the ceremony.
learn plus-calls at a workshop was chairman of the
p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, at the council and mayor for 1986 Monday, council also decided to install enjoyed serving the city. He shook Commissioners Robert Scott, new.
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. Jan. 6. water hydrants 1,000 feet apart on
At the workshop the dance will be Commissioner Scott was both projects.
at the mainstream level and be nominated by Commissioner Buster t

taught plus-level calls, says the Bennett and won by a 3-2 vote with Decided it is OK for the Desert
dance coordinator Millar Brown. the support of newly installed Com- Isle Motel to have one water meter
Caller will be Ken Perez. It will bea missioner Willie Strong and Com- which supplies the motel as well as
who have missioner Bennett Commissioner x t
opportunity for people several mobile homes. The water is
been out of square dancing for Emmett Bright nominated Commis- all metered, and the bill is large,
awhile to get back into the swing, sioner Laura Harris, who served as ranging from $65-$80 per month, said !
Brown says. chairperson in 1985. Clerk Lucille Shuford.'Congratuated .S1 t
The plus-workshops will be tried Attorney Johnny Hobbs was also
Jan. 14, 21, and 28 to see if there is reappointed. .. ii
enough interest, Brown says.Al1nuaIMeeting. Committee assignments are: Mrs Shuford on
Bright, sanitation; Bennett, streets; her 12 years service to the city. Ph4 L1 4k, L
Strong, water department with help Everybody complimented the outgokbig
... from Mayor Scott; Harris, finance. clerk. Police Chief M.M. (Butch) "f _
Jordan said "Mrs. Shuford has beena
The 1985-86 Annual Meeting of the "
Starke-Bradford County Chamber In other Jan. 6 action, the Lawtey loving person to me It didn'tmean
they didn't have their differences
commission
of Commerce Is set Saturday, Jan. : the chief said, but they remained
t the Starke Golf and Country ]
25. at
''Accepted the low bid of Johns- friendly and always managed -

Club.The social hour begins at 6:30: Mansville for 5,700 feet of water pipeto to work things out. J9L

Dinner is at 7 Tickets are do two projects: '
p.m p.m.
"I want to tell all how much
$12 per person, and may be reserved Extend water to the Lawtey Correctional you s
I've the
enjoyed working with council
the Chamber office, Institution ,.
by phoning which will be a and the city," said Mrs. Shuford.
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M4-5278.. 2,700 foot six-inch line.
-What' Right with America" is New Lavvtey Officials Take Oath...
slated begiven To make a loop down SR-200B to Commissioner Marvin Rosier For\ (lie lint lime, the l.uuley council hal! a black
the topic of 11n address: lo the Watts residence, then turn and complimented the clerk for In- Police Chief IM.M.: .Ionian Commissioners Blisterlleimell majiiiilyiili Scull, elected mayor for IUN8, Strong,
by Harris T. Remley. the go toward US-301, then south to the vesting the city's money wisely, so Holicrl Scott, HIM! Willie Strong uml new City unit Commissioner Km: met I n..lghtlIclt'rtlon Is the
Hi ret'hlr I of Civic i Affairs for city limits. Commissioner Bennett the city accounts could grow. Every Cleik ,Anderson lire Huorn-in ut l.awlry by outgoing loun's first black clerk
Seaboard System Itailroad. said he would notify the church on city fund is In the black now, said (''''I'k Lucille Shutout.





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Norman is New. Chairman ,, ,,; t'0


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(Commissioner E.L. (Nookie) Nor- session Monday- Jan, ft; *>:?, .''men!job to former Chairman Maxie
I in.ii' "i was unanimously elected chair- The newly elected board chairman :, ,CarteriJr.: Commissioner Lawrence
in,,in ,lit (Bradford County Commission made the reorganization easy toy' 'Mosley; elected vice-chairman, remains -
1/11/ i lie annual reorganization merely handing his Road Depar- in charge of the fire departments -

Commissioner E.W Hodgesis
! ,,: assigned to the Health Depart
ment and zoning, among other
...... I things. Commissioner Wilbur i
i' Waters remains in charge of the 't 14r
I county landfills. Chairman Norman
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need to remain in the same jobs
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r The board in a 5-0 vote unanimously -
: -a: ]t appointed all county officers, including -
.". k IL attorney Reggie Flynn, zon-
... .' ing director L.M. Gaines, road
'" I"I I superintendent J.B. Crawford, Eii
I \ \ : custodian Herbert Norman,
librarian Arnold Weeks, and

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In other Jan. 6 action, (the county \" .w a w
commission:

Decided to strengthen its garbage -
law, recently ruled constitutional -

by Circuit Judge U.A. Green Hike Give-Away a Success...
after being declared unconstitutional
rfftb by County Judge George Starke Police, Chief James liowciitiii( Santa suit Ministerial Alliance got together and made up a list of
I I II Pierce. The county's more comprehensive and his, helpers made last Christmas a memorable one deserving chUlren and presented them to the kids in the
garbage and refuse ordinance for several disadvantaged children, with the gift of scene above.
winch contained a reverter 'hose refurbished bicycles.! Also helping with the project were ACME Hardware,
Trading Jobs for County Work... clause voiding it if the original law Chief BOHCII took the old rusting, confiscated, bikes to Hodges Paint and Supply, TG and V, Terry Brown
was found constitutional, provides l.awley ('ol'l'rctiollalhl.'l't' inmates refurbished themin Law Offices, ECOIIO Lodge, Ace Hardware and Bill
XruK-rlccted: ; ; County Commission Cluiirnuin E:.1.. (:\:) :N'oniuin: the commission more authority to bright new colors with new chains and accessories.That Graudons.
It'll. I Is ('ulI/l' 1ll1t lll'" by ollloillt'lHI Commission :Movie
; ( ( I'lII lll Curler regulate the collection of garbage or job done Chief Bowen and the Starke
Jr Tin (two just waded jolts. :Noniuin: UH chiiirm.iu and Carteltook Nor-
littering, said attorney Klynn. The
m.in's lough( job over Die coiinU; Road Drpjrtinr
attorney suggested the commissioners Upcoming...
1'1",11'11I0111ol'ln.III": ; told t'ommissionri-H Wilbur Waters in charge of
lie landlill operation, and 1,111'11Iu"h'; ', in. char|!(<' of fmmly fire ,each striking edit out the proposed ordinance The Board of Governors of the is set to meet Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 7 Board is set Monday, Jan. 20, at 7
wording
ilcpai'linoiils, they; were making 1)1'01.\1'1'- and lo keep Iht'ir current think should not be included. they Chamber of Commerce is set to p.m in city hall.A p.m in the school board administrative
"ij.IIIIU'III( meet today (Thursday Jan. 9)) at general meeting of the building on US-301
12:30: p.m in the board room of the Bradford-Union Board of Realtorsis across from Bradford High School.
Center of Santa Fe Com set Jan. 14 at 8:30
Starke Tuesday, : a.m.
I Home Education OverturnedFinding munity College at the Chicken Factory restaurant. The Starke City Commission,
Ruling Thes Brooker City Commissionis Coffee and donuts will be served. which meets the first and third
set to meet Tuesday, Jan. 14, at Cecelia Terwillegar will preside. Tuesdays of each month, will next
7:30: p.m. in city hall. The regular third Monday meet Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 7:30: p.m.
that some procedural Crawford says.Bradford religious sect he savs. The Hampton City Commission meeting of the Bradford School in city hall on Thompson Street.
steps were not followed in declaring school officials say there .
four Bradford children truant, the The Crawfords'realize that -
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state's First District Court of Appeals are currently 10 students being teaching children at home takes a --=
has reversed an Oct. 28, 1984 taught at home in the district. Since tremendous commitment. Mrs.
decision by local Circuit Judge R.A. the state has a law allowing home Crawford is the primary instructorin
Buzzy i ) Green which required four schooling, the local school officials the family oriented education process
children, then being taught at home, plan no further action to prevent it. at the Crawford home on GEARED FOR
Reason for the truancy case was
to attend a private or public schoolor
be taught at home by a certified that school officials are concernedthe Morgan Road. Allen helps out when
instructor. children being taught at home he gets home from work
won't receive a good education. Mrs. Crawford has a list of the []

However, the 1985 Florida children being taught at home in this IJ
Legislature passed a new law, effec- Why do the Crawfords want to area,and recently had 18 children at
her home for refreshments and
teach their children at home?
tive July 1. 1985, allowing home
Field also
games. trips are planned.
school attendance. After the law was
passed Judge Green signed an orderat
the beginning of the current "I saw how the family, society as a Teaching materials at the
school term allowing the four whole, is deteriorating," says Allen Crawford home come from the
children, aged 9 to 13, of Allen and Crawford, who is concerned about American Christian Liberty
Elaine Crawford and L.J and the moral values being taught by the Academy in Chicago. The childrenare IN 1986!

Jackie Kite to be taught at home. public schools "If the schools just tested, then an education plan is .... _
., taught;, wading; writing, and worked out for them based on the ....., .... '"
arlthme c.".. test results. The academy supplies
Effect of the'J'ait. 3
ruing of the '
Appeals Court is to remove the work booklets, teacher guides, and To begin our New Year take 1'-\

stigma of having the children "People try to establish values in testing material. S ,

declared truant, Mrs. Crawfordsays. my children that I don't agree with," ic'c I II
It cost over $5,000 for the says Crawford, who says he is a Bible Crawford says each parent has to advantage of this money-saving coupon
Crawfords and Kites to have JudgeGreen's believing Christian. The pay $200 for the curriculum from Illinois. -
decision appealed, Allen Crawfords are not members of a I


I Pay- -Request :: : Valuable Discount Coupon Q Q i )

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haul page( I Archie Kittles, speaking for the "Mr. Jordan, be here when the when ordering....
first time, said, "It's obvious the first rough draft is drawn and give it
budget, and that's a no-no," said council is not going to give him a (the raise proposal) to the council," 1,000 Business Cards
Mayor Scott. raise tonight." said Mayor Scott.
Jimmy Scott then asked, does the "I'm glad somebody realizes Raised Letters, Black Ink
city have reserve funds? Yes, but that," said Mayor Scott. "Why'make us look bad? Whywon't
those must be kept in case of an Maybe the council can give the you bring it to us next year? L $1800) I
emergency, was the answer. raises in the next budget, said Com asked Commissioner Bright.
plus tax
"The word 'black' is what turned missioner Harris. Commissioners

you-all on," said Mayor Scott, adding Bright, Harris, and Buster Bennettall Agreeing, Chief Jordan withdrewhis
"We'll have all the facts at the said they would not oppose a request, saying he will bring it up
next meeting." raise for Chief Jordan. at a later date.

Call 964-5764, ask for Darlene or Kim

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from page| I tinue to crucify 'us until we get plant where an employee feeds the
another building?" animals and cleans the pens daily, printing jobs done: i
led Ihe improvements have"helped. "That's unfair..." said Mrs. Ren Mayor Schaefer says. The pound
Or are you so negative..., Mayor froe. Until the next meeting the city consists of a concrete slab, several Brochures Pamphlets I
Schaefer asked Mrs. Renfroe. should continue to pick up dogs that stalls within a chain link fence, andis I
":-0. so many things are wrong, bite. Mayor Schaefer said the city topped by tin roof. It has been in Church Bulletins Stationery
said Mrs. Renfroe. The only thing
has an arrangement with operation about five years
.
the Humane Books Flyers Newspapers
acceptable to Society is veterinarian R.S. Mullins to house
moving to another site with a new such cases.
building, said Mrs. Renfroe. She got Matthews asked if effort has Alter Humane Society members
hand 50 Humane Socie- any addressed the al the Dec. 17
a irom some been made to discuss a joint animal problem BRADFORD PRINTERS
members at the Schaefer to
I u supporters or control agreed
system with Bradford Coun
most of who live outsidei house animas in a city maintenance I
meeting '
ty. Not recently, said Mayor wet cold weather, 1 110 W. Call Street Starke 9645764Captain
i building during or
city.
Schaefer but said he will talk to BC
:Mrs. Henfroe said neither the pre Commission Chairman E.L. and to transport the animals to
the barn to Alachua shelter if he deter
nil city pound nor city County's
(Nookie) Norman about a joint
hick animals are now moved in gram. pro- mined Starke could not adequatelyhouse --. -
old weather, adequate the animals.
provide does not Commissioner Vernon Silcox, _. __ __ u_ ___ .
-.heller. The city standards pound, Mrs. Ren- speaking up for the first time late in B CLIP THIS COUPON . .
meet accepted the said he is about of the
meeting,
CDIEC Two tender fish fillets natural-
true said. FISH
opinion the city needs to abolish its .
There is no state or local law pro dog ordinance to avoid the liabilityof reifcwcut french fries, and Southern-
Ffinm
viding standards for a dog pound, being charged with not followingthe D'sA 9 \ E B IBClBBt jiT style hush
Schaefer who HA BlB
pointed out Mayor 6 puppies
law. Silcox said he was not suggesting ONLY v1-7
maintains the pound meets existing
the city not pick stray rvmf B
standards for cruelty to animals but animals. up little seafood m nt
great place. _
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does not meet standards of the <) .0II1'IXplII11.22.II Not good with any ottiw
Hum.-ne Society or Mrs. Renfroe. "This is a two way street," Silcox ( participating Capt 0 A A great |little seafood place

Schaefer credits the Humane told the crowd. There was a big over- B B B B B B CLIP THIS COUPON B . .
Society with alerting the commis reaction to the cross atop the city
soon to improper conditions at the water tower, now there is an over _FISH FRIESTwo tender fish fillets, natural-
pound, and they are being corrected. reaction to the city's dog pound. french fries and 2 Southern-
Commissioners accepted Humane FEED 4 FOR $1 75 style hush .

Society plans for a dog pound for "We have a responsibility, up ONLY *& puppies
study, but promised nothing. Mrs. here, to the budget," Silcox said. Captain Ds .
Renfroe asked and Mayor Schaefer Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, Hplril1-228S Not good with any orh.r
agreed for the Humane Society to be who wants to avoid an adversaryrole \panwoottng Copt.0'1) A .
placed on the Jan. 21 city commis- with the Humane Society, said great little seafood place..
sion agenda. the city put to death some 600 dogs in CLIP THIS COUPON B B B B9 I.
Commissioners question if the city 1985. Mayor Schaefer said another tender fish fillets natural-
can afford the type of animal control 1,000 were given away to people who FRIES, .
french fries
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shelter operation the Humane Society wanted them.Commissioner. FORotrerexptnel Southern-
wants. Mayor Schaefer was not Travis Woods urged $1 73 style' hush puppies'
reassured by Mrs. Renfroe's reac- that the city commission and :
tion. Humane Society work together on
Some alternate sites, out of the the problem, and got a hand from -22- No!good with any olhwipcelal Capt&inDs.
flood plain area, are being studied the large audience. or diwounr (at participating Copt O'i). I
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:Mayor Schaefer, answering a ques- "This can't go on indefinitely," CLIP THIS COUPON B B B B
tion about flooding from The Mrs. Renfroe said after the meeting. 0 B
ri-legrapli's/ E.L. Matthews. There "They need to make other arrangements FISH Rr FRIES Two tender fish fillets, natural-! n
is no money currently budgeted for anew They can't keep Qf cut french fries| and 2 Southern-
dog pound site. Mayor Schaefer animals if the animal is not going to FOR
"said, he is thinking of a new dog be fed. watered and cared for." If 1 75 style hush puppies. .
pound, but doesn't know if it can be the city fails to take satisfactory action ONLY .
a'*" elaborate as the Humane Society at its next meeting, Mrs. Ren- Cap1ain: Ds! .
ishes.", froe.said she plans to contact area Off..1.11.22.11 N igoodwitnanyotut
.Addressing" ", Mrs. Renfroe Mayor legislators about the problem opeaIaI"-( patllclpatlng Cow D'I). A great little seafood place...

Schaefer asked: "Doe this show The city pound. is on Edwards . B CLIP THIS COUPON B B B ID .
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A Dispatchin Problems ]Delav Volunteer F1rp1'npn Cn"R1r1'1 Tn1.r1

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Delays in dispatching fire trucksof he mutt me neuoronn springs Plus, Mosley noted the three new and Cliff "
scanner can hear the dispatcher Chapman, emergency ser- there is a legitimate problem, the
the county volunteer departments Volunteer Department was called in dispatchers on tho job at the jail cut calling hearing QR-10 responding to vices director for the county, said sheriff said, namely:
plagues the over-all county effectiveness the Pleasant Grove fire which occur down efficiency.It the call, and hear QR-10 telling the that sometimes VFD is beeped and 'Three new dispatchers who came
say Fire Council PresidentBill red at 12:30: p.m. Monday Dec. 30. would be good if the fire dispat- dispatcher it has arrived at the no one answers because it takes time aboard Oct. 1.
Crouse and Heilbronn Volunteer The Heilbronn VFD has been accep- ching could be taken out of the jail, scene. But the expected dispatchingof for a member to reach the station 'The dispatching staff Is very
Fire Dept. Chairman Terry McCarthy ting from the people In the
said
money Commissioner Wilbur Waters.
the VFD doesn come. and respond. QR-10 dispatching has close to being beyond the point of
Pleasant Grove area for years, said Getting it away from the jail would Heilbronn firemen aren't coveredby nothing/ do with the dispatching of
Problems having more to do than it can han
with the dispatching Crouse. This is wrong, said Crouse."It solve a lot of the problems, agreed their insurance policy unless the the volunteer departments, Chapman dle.
operation at the Bradford County sounds like a problem" with the Crouse, who suggested if the com- unit is dispatched by the count", Mc- said. QR-10, housed at the "I was shocked. I had no Idea,"
jail and run by the Sheriff's Depart- dispatcher, is that it, asked Com- mission laid down the rule that's the Carthy said. rescue service's building, is dispatched said the sheriff about the logging of
ment results in delays in getting to missioner Maxie Carter Jr. way it would be.Commissioner. QR-10 is great, it should be called : via radio except from 11 p.m. to courthouse calls over the holidays
fires the two Fire Council members That, and QR-10, replied Crouse. Waters asked first, but the proper VFD should be 7 a.m. when it is dispatched via a showing one per minute.After 5
told the Bradford County Commissioners Carter then questioned Commis- Crouse if there is a bad relationship called immediately after that. county telephone line. VFD's are the dispatcher p.m.
operators are totally
'Monday morning Jan. 6. sioner Lawrence Mosley who is the between the county fire departmentand QR-10's 200 gallons of water don'tlast dispatched by beepers, says Chap- busy answering the phone calls from
To lessen confusion at the jail, the board member in charge of working the volunteer fire departments. long, and backup is needed Im- man, contacted after the meeting by citizens, he said.
board made plans to have phone with the volunteer fire departments. "
....well yes, admitted Crouse. mediately."We The Telegraph.. At that point commissioners
calls for the courthouse logged at "Well we're working on several Commissioner Mosley said he work as a team, and that's Bradford County is growing, both agreed to reconsider the practice of
one per minute over the holidays no things" said Mosley, telling the would talk to Sheriff Reddish about the only way we are going to be ableto Commissioner Mosley and Sheriff routing all calls to the jail after cour--
longer routed to the jail. Instead, board he is talking with Mayor the dispatching problem. "Up to this meet our goal," McCarthy said, Reddish told the county commis- thouse hours. They conferred with
calling the courthouse after hours Charles Schaefer about the Starke point, that's all I can do," he told the noting the county has fire trucks sioners. The dispatching problem is phone( Installer Maxie Norton in the
will get a recording telling what the Fire Department handling the board. equipped with antique equipment. going to be a continuing problem un- afternoon session and think a
courthouse hours are, and advisingthe dispatching of all fire trucks in the Terry McCarthy of the Heilbronn Moving the dispatching would be til money is spent to upgrade the method has been worked out to
caller to dial 964-6161 if there is city and county. Mosley said nothing VFD told the commissioners QR-10 the best thing since Pepsi-Cola, said system. Sheriff Reddish said there reroute the calls.
an emergency. has been decided,and that he is look- doesn't call for a backup until it runs McCarthy. "Whatever we can do as are 10 phones at the jail, which; are
Ing at all the angles he knows of. out of its 200 gallons of water. McCarthy a team, do it now" he urged the ringing continually. After the change is made persons
Sheriff Dolph Reddish said two Mosley stressed he was not said where there Is a fire call commission.The calling when the courthouse is clos-
dispatchers are on duty at the jail criticizing the dispatchers at the the dispatcher should first dispatch Main problem with the dispat- ed will get a recording advising
and have more than they can do jail, noted that Sheriff Dolph Red- QR-10, then immediately dispatchthe dispatching problem has not ching staff is the workload, said them of the emergency number
now. Plus three of the dispatchersare dish handles dispatching for the volunteer fire departmentnearest just happened McCarthy told the Sheriff Reddish. Dispatchers are 964-6161 if they need it, and tellingthe
new employees. rescue units, fire calls, and calls for to the fire. In the Pleasant commissioners. There are many often overloaded with calls, hours the courthouse is open. On
There was five minutes differencein the courthouse after 5 p.m., on Grove fire, the nearest departmentwould cases other than the Pleasant Grove especially on the weekdays after 5 the first weekend of the month the
the time QR-10, the county's quick weekends, and holidays, as well as have been Heilbronn. incident, he added, holding his hands p.m., on weekends and holidays. message will also include information -
response fire truck was called and his regular' Sheriff's Dept. business. McCarthy said he has a 13-channel apart to indicate a lone( list "There is no question but that for jurors.

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It looks like Starke's Santa Fe term, 33 classes are scheduled with maintenance of the building and any
Community College Center will be the director expecting probably contributions should be made to the
having a big term with Dr. Bernard enough students enrolled in all for SFCC Endowment Fund.
i McFadden, the center director, expecting them to go ahead.According Facilities at the new center In-
to fill about 650 classroom to SFCC staff, clude new science labs and a com-
seats. Tuesday's and Wednesday's puter lab equipped with IBM PC
Dr. McFadden says last August's registration was going smoother Juniors. McFadden said that they
I enrollment ended with about 600 than last fall's because of equipment hoped to be able to hook-up with the Iii
seats filled and that when it is all being in place and the parking lot local school systems mainframe pe4, } ,; b
said and done, he is expecting abouta completed. Work was started on re- computer sometime in the future
10-percent increase. doing the old courthouse last and offer a wider variety of com- J .""
"It's great to recognize that our February with classes first held puter courses. r y 4y a' ?
early success was not a flash in the there in August. While the main campus is ex-
pan, but represents the real accep- Fund raising was spearheaded by periencing record enrollments, the 1
tance of local residents of the great local businessman Guy Andrews for director explained that much of this
educational oppurtunity we have in the $800,000 renovation job. No state was from students who had had trou- ;
our ouwn college here in Starke" funds could be used for the job ble at the University of Floida and
said McFadden. because the Florida Legislature has were trying to salvage what they
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scheduled for the initial term with 27 ches of community colleges. Starke are reflecting is real ," ...( '>1'J "
1 actually having enough registrants According to Andrews, funds are growth in the community, states "', Al'J'"
I to be offered. For the Winter '86 still needed for lona-term; McFadden. "XL J : ,( .: r '.

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students in the Compensatory Superintendent Jim Duncan. toward meeting their goals.
Education Program to pass the The SSAT program is a series of
State Student Assessment Test During the '84.85 school year state mandated tests that measure a It's automated now at 8FC('...
(SSAT), and most students in Supt. Duncan said that all the
remedial programs have either students in the 11th and 12th grade I is.- Comp) EI.IMOA| Putting the liiiisliinK tmulirs on their icuisli.ilicm" / Kink \\'ciliicsdammiihi)! IIllh,' S.int.i "',' ('oni in unity I
passed the test or made some pro- compensatory education program at ) l.aiiiM (i.uri.i and, 1.s. nu "01''L help|>> huminla. t'ollrgp Slai'k(> Outer.i .

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1)85! Tornado Roster No. 51 Danny Manning No. 85 Wesley Thomas :.

No. 3 Frank Long No. 52 Tommy Parker No. 86 Mike Chappell *

No. 5 Johnny Clark No. 53 Brian Barton No. 87 David Williams *

No. 7 Pat Diggs No. 54 Keith Gillingham 1985! : Tornado Cheerleaders

y No. 9 David Hamilton No. 60 Chris Cribbs Robin Hersey t

:. No. 10 Robert Starling No. 61 Dennis Cumming Tammy Morrow '

No. 12 Billy Jackson No 63 Greg Jackson Polly Griffis J

No. 13 Todd McLeod No. 64 Chris Dougherty Erika Gruen>,> Capt. I

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No. 22 Cory Strong No. 66 Lonnie Hamilton Traci Rowan -

No. 23 Jeffery McClellan No. 67 Gary Wise Brooke Williams

I No. 24 Andy Jones No. 72 Billy Harrell Terri Fender *

i No. 31 Clinton Jenkins No. 73 Larry Barnhill Pam Clark *

No 33 Greg Wiggins No. 77 & 83 Ron Brown Tracie Clark, Co-Capt. ;"

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; No. 42 Wendell Shanks No. 84 Gene Powell Sheila Shannon *

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Sink Holes Nothing New in This Area ; First Appeared Millions of Years Ago ,;

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Believe it or not, !sink holes! are nothing could be floated on a barge on the surface that three Indians fell into the sink during ,
m in Bradford and ,neighboring Clay, of the water, the tip of its steeple would hit the skirmish and were later found floating
i ,,ant' u's! Although few in number, there is Florida I several feet below the top edge of the sink. in the Gulf of Mexico near Deadman's n a 4
pit'nty of precedent for the one that From time to time surveyors and amateur Bayl I

.<.,11 lowed up a home recently in Park-of- geologists have attempted to plumb the The sink hole is about 200 feet in 1:
+HII\ Palm! near Keystone! Heights. of the hole from the water's surface--
Once depth diameter and the walls\ for the most part 1p
snme. geologists! say that Kingsley Lake, so far without success. The bottom has are sheer perpendicular drops to the '
i In ...und.as-a.dollar, 90-foot deep, sand- never been reached. water's edge. On the west side, several ,.
hiiiiomt'd t gem on the eastern! slope of Trail Limestone sinks, such as this, are form- cave-ins over the years have given the walla .e-, ' dM,
Midge, separating Starke from Camp Covered ed by water percolating through the rock, more gradual slope, but still too steep fora
Hi.Hiding is the result of a massive, gradually dissolving it until an person to climb down to the water's edge.
l lit i histoiic sink underground cave is formed. When the The story is told of a group of men cutting
Then there is the spectacular sink hole cave gets large enough and! close enough to timber near the rim of the sink on the west
phI nil Road l18 halfway between: Graham by the surface, the overlying earth drops in side, not so many years ago. They left
nut! Biooker, on land belonging to Con- and prestothere's! your sink hole. overnight and when they returned the next
morning the entire area where they had
i.ntiri. I I I" Corporation In a dry period, a dicing At least t the Bradford County sink is over been cutting had dropped into the water. ,
of
than 80 feet confronts
trap more
a hundred years old for it was in evidence The dirt dumped in this enormous land- .
''he viewer who stands on the rim of the Sea
during the Seminole Indian War, and old slide made the depth of the water along
-ink and looks down at the water 80 or
timers used to tell of a fight between Indians that side less than elsewhere.The .
nmi e !leet below the .
and whites taking place at spot.Those
most scenic effect is
I ll! i he old Bradford County courthouse who really go in for "tall tales" say spectacular on
the east side of the sink where a creek
flows into the hole through a deep and win
ding gorge that has been cut to a depth of
EDITORIALS 40 feet below the surface! in some places.
This miniature "Grand Canyon" winds
westward around the sink toward the rise
of the creek in the Clayno area.
Solution of Animal Shelter Issue
Water at the mouth of the creek spills into
the sink over a limestone tablerock
ledge, making a small waterfall\ when the
Should Be Cooperative Effort water in the sink is low. At other times
there is no waterfall because the water in
the sink rises until it is level with the

Everyone agrees there is a problem... county has no animal control ordinanceof tablerock at the mouth of the creek.

a I serious dog problem that needs cor- any kind, much less a shelter in whichto Indeed, in extremely wet times there 1Q '' '
;'ding. impound unwanted dogs and cats. "isn't any sink"- least it isn't visible to y ; t
the eye. Flood waters flowing into the sink
This recognition was the best thing to Vicious dogs have been known to attack during a prolonged rainy period have been

time out of the "dogathon" held at the farm animals, or even people in the known to completely fill up the immense
t 'Commission meeting Tuesday county, and roaming dogs cannot read hole and overflow I into the surroundingwoods. -

,nightthat and the note of cooperative the city limits signs. L
.ttort If it weren't for this variability in the r
with which the closed.
meeting _
This is a responsibility that should be water level the sink hole could doubtless be

This was a definite step forward after shared by the County and City, since developed into an oustanding tourist attraction
tenths of frustration in which it often Many widely advertised attrac- Two views of the ancient sink hole on Road IK between Bionker and (.ii.ili.ini.
there is no way of determining where a tions have much less to offer in the way of Sharks' teeth and fossil bones found at this site indicate that this arm, us! well us! all
Deemed: that the City Commission and dog, caught and impounded by the city, scenery when the water level is as low as it of Florida was once submerged by the sea.
the Humane Society were operating on originated. is now. The sides of the great bowl have an

li'terent wave lengths.But awesome beauty, covered as they are with driver. Cattle and goats have fallen in on salt water in prehistoric times," Dr. Pirkle
Agreement on a common goal is half
native trees, vines and flowers, sprouting
numerous occasions and drowned, and said. Coquina is formed by the fossils of
now it has been agreed there is a of the solution to a problem, so Tuesday from a soil of many colors. The drip of the once the county went so far as to fence this minute salt water shellfish.
problem that needs solving, half the battle night's meeting was a good start toward water over the ledge and the moisture "attractive nuisance". Remnants of the

is won. Energies that were being expended solving a troublesome problem that will seeping into the sink through the limestone old fence are still discernible.To The lower -JO feet of t the Brooker sink has

in charges and counter-charges not go away, but will continue to grow surrounding rock walls provide stillness.In the. only break in the visit the sink hole, take the Brooker layers of concentrated phosphate, Dr.
Pirkle said. In of local legends that
i I in now be directed entirely toward fining along with the growth of Starke and Road (Highway 18)) through Graham. spite i'
an article written for The Telegraphsome the sink is "bottomless", soundings made
a solution. About half a mile beyond the Tyler Jones '
satisfactory Althoughhere Bradford County. years ago, the late H.E. Lagergrensaid have indicated the water is not more than .
turn left road the old
at
are still a few differences of opinion "... if place on graded 15 to 17 feet deep, though
There is : you want to treat yourself to a in a rainy period
also that other and about
Hough place
no reason threequartersof
on minor points, there appears to feast of horrors, go there on a foggy morn- go the water surface can rise a full BO feet or
he nothing insurmountable in reaching municipalities in the county should not ing when the vapor hides the water below wood a mile. On your right you will see a hard- more, oveitlowing into the surrounding
grove, in contrast with the surroun-
... cooperate and help bear the expense ofa and might be imagined as smoke from a woods.
H ate. sanitary, and satisfactory solution ding flat pine woods. Turn into the parkingarea
shelter. Two of the smouldering volcano. Throw down a pieceof
co-op in the and the sink
( to the animal shelter problem. municipalities contacted are reportedto rock, and there will be a glimmer as of hole grove in front of you'll see When Dr Pirkle spoke here four young
< hot lava when it strikes the water. Shud yawning you. high school science students in the au-
'ommissioners
agreed to study plans have said, "We don't have a stray dog deringly, you retreat a few steps. If you go At a meeting in Starke in October, 1970, dience showed objects they had found in
and minimum standards for dog im- problem." We cannot help but wonder if there on a night when the full\ moon is Dr. E.C Pu-kle the University of Florida the sink, including pieces of Indian pot-

poundments received from a poll of their citizens would bear out reflected in the water way below,you have Department of Physical Sciences, described tery, and arrowheads dating back to
Tallahassee, and consider the matterfor this opinion. One town, Hampton, in- the uncanny feeling of looking up insteadof Brooks Sink, as Bradford's big sink is thousands of years B.C an ancient horse's '
possible action at the next meeting dicated willingness to with down, and you don't know whether you known in geological circles, as the "most! tooth, and a piece of black bone that Dr. ;
go along are standing on your feet or on your head." spectacular and most scenic in Florida" PII'kle identified as a manatee rib from the
on January 21. such a cooperative effort, and perhapsthe Dr. Pirkle said that most sinks have !Miocene era, possibly 7 to 25 million years

It was even stated that overtures others would join forces if a unified So far as anyone knows, no one has ever sloping sides, while the Bradford sink has old The geologist said he had found shark
would be made to the new chairman of plan were presented. drowned in the sink hole, unless it was the perpendicular sides. He said the sink waslikely teeth and the shells\ of large! clams on held
legendary three Indians. There is trips to the sink
t the County Commission to sound out the a report formed during the Pleistocene era, \
Stray animal problems now may be that a horse and buggy went over the rim and placed its estimated at 2,5 million
hoard in regard to cooperative City- more of a nuisance that an actual threatto one day, but fortunately on one of the more years. "An unusual feature age'of the sink ,is The sink .Incaled on property new !\
(ounty financing and operation of a health and safety. But if ignored, they sloping sides, and it lodged against the the strata of coquina rock near the sur- under lence and owned' by the Container: I

"rooperative animal shelter, which is-- will not go away, but will continue to trunk "F a tree with no damage to the face, indicating this area was covered by Corporal ion.

no doubtthe only real solution to this worsen with the growth of our towns and

i roublesome problem.The our county. Chris Campbell Fund. !

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County has a bona fide respon- The time for correction is now.., not

hility' in seeking a satisfactory solution months or years from now when so-

f to the spiralling stray dog plague meone becomes the victim of a rabid Good Start Made But Continued Effort NeededBradford

hich will continue to worsen in what animal, or some child or handicappedperson ,

one speaker called "our growing throwaway is attacked by a vicious pack, County Telegraph:
society." Unfortunately, many of running wild. Just as the County and the this disorder is making direct therapeutic We have succeeded in bringing visual
the throw-away items are dogs and cats City have worked together to solve pro- Now that the holiday season is past and intervention possible, but still remains evidence of the effectiveness of this treat-
is back in stride their work supportive only at this time.
everyone ment to
in the citi/ens of Starke and
which city'officials brought in blems in the could also solve surroun-
are or past they
say
and regular activities, it seems to me this Brenda Campbell, Chris' mother, in her ding communities, In telephone conversa-
stray into the city from the county. The the animal shelter problem by is a good time to again remind everyone struggle to find help for her son, has tions with Mr. de Gabriel in Toronto he has
Sheriff's Office agrees that stray dogsare cooperating to obtain a service that both that we must continue our financial sup- located other families with children suffer- agreed to come to Starke at the end of
a problem in the county, but the need equally. port and again focus our volunteer efforts, ing from this same disease and has learn- January to speak on this subject first hand
to help Chris Campbell to a better life than ed of the Kozak Clinic in the small city of and to show several I elms of the work being

he has now.Briefly Sigueros Provmcia, Gerona, Spain, whichis done in Canada, Germany and Spain. This
Chris was born March25,1981 at effectively treating this disease. Tony de will be an educational and fund-raising
Lake Dwellers Determined Shands Hospital in Gainesville, a victim of Gabriel of Toronto, Canada was cured of event for the benetit of Chris Campbell.
the rare skin disease known as Epider- this disease through use of the Kozak treat- This event will be held in the Bradford
I molysis Bullosa (EB., for short). He lives ment, and now works altogether as liaison High School auditorium; the date and time
with his family at 318 West Lafayette between the clinic and families in Canada will be announced in the very near future.
They Shall Not PASS Street in! Starke. Doctors at Shands have and the United States. This has given all of
done everything within their power to help us working in this community effort great Our goal is to be able to send Chris to the I
Chris, but acknowledge that continuing) hope that we can also get help for Chris, Kozak Clinic by !March 1. This goal cannot

A hearing that is, or should be of in- In spite of the past violations, the help is only of a supportive nature, and As chairman of the community effort to be accomplished! without the support of
that a cure is not available in the United raise funds to send Chris and his mother to local businesses, professional groups,
vrest to all persons concerned with developers are now asking the Alachua
States. civic organizations, individuals
this clinic private ,
for evaluation and treatment, I
lake water quality, ground water pollution County Development Review Committee -
Research in this country to be ask for your financial support for as longas clubs and churches. Let's all pull togetherto
t water sports, and fishing in SantaFe for approval of plans for Phase II of limited due to the low incidence appears of the necessary in order to raise the $15,000 make this child's !life more bearable and

Lake and other lakes and streams in their project which includes a 30,000 disease. According to Dr. Eugene A. required for air transportation and six help him to become an independent, useful

't... surrounding area, will be held Thurs- gallon sewage disposal plant and 100 Bauer, a dermatologist) in the Dept. of weeks treatment at the clinic. Funds are citizen in our community.Mrs. .

'iav Jan. 9 at 1:30: p.m. in Room 209 of villas or cabanas on a 20-acre site of Medicine, Washington University Schoolof being received gradually\ and deposited in Larry I Pauline) AikenRt. '
Medicine in St. Louis, it is estimatedthat the CHRIS CAMPBELL FUND at Florida
'ru- Alachua Administration .3 Box
County wetlands at the 957
pass. Federal S&L Association, 395 West
one birth in 50,000 will result in a child
Building (old courthouse) "on thesquare" The Phase II proposal also includesan with E.B. It was also indicated that increased Madison St., Starke. As of this date, thereis Crystal Starke! Lake Fla.Road 32091 j'
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in downtown Gainesville.A 18,000 square foot boat storage facili- knowledge of the biochemistry of $2,337.31 tax deductible.in the fund. All contributionsare Phone 473-4441

ty, boat docking piers, launching
group of developers is attempting to facilities, a club house and other recrea-

proceed with a development of regional tional facilities, a restaurant and Bradford Telegraph and With the help of these people and local
Letters About Tower C.'ossWill
impact on the west side of Santa Fe lounge, and paved streets, all in the volunteers, we were able to answer the
Lake Region Monitor: Not Be Published
Pass, the narrow neck of water that con- wetlands area. complaints of inadequate shelter for the

nects Big and Little Santa Fe Lakes. The Christmas Season of 1985 will long impounded animals at the Starke shelter. Kdilor's Note: As previously announced
Although this location is actually just The requested meeting was grantedand be remembered-and cherished by our However, after removing the animals and The Telegraph is not publishing letters for
across the line in Alachua County, about advertised to be held last Thursdayat family. Because of the love and generosityof inspecting the !shelter, we found en- or against the "cross-on-tower" issue We
vironmental, sanitary and safety pro- feel that religious controversies "no
a eating community, our holiday was are
four miles southeast of Waldo it is of 1:30: p.m.
full of joy and happiness. blems which will be addressed at the win" situations, since each person's
great import to concerned citizens in The meeting room was filled to food Starke City Commission meeting on Jan. 7. religion is a personal matter and no
Thank for the of ,
gifts
Bradford, Clay and Putnam Counties, capacity by some 150 Santa Fe Lake the nice clothing you for generous all, the bicycle for son Lynne Newsome, President amount of outside! pressure! or argument

and especially those property owners on property owners protesting the develop- Ricky, and toys for Chris. We were so Starke Humane Society, views would cause on a decision a person that to change must his be or made her

or near Big and Little Santa Fe, Lake ment, but at the appointed time the pleased when the carollers cameChris Rhine Family GratefulFor from within. The City Commission has

Alto, and other connecting bodies of chairman of the Development Review was so excited and loved the beautiful Happier HolidaysEditor already decided that the cross will not be

water Committee announced that the hearing sight and! sounds. removed by any action, other than. court

would not be held because their The-Chris Campbell Fund at Florida Telegraph: decision. Therefore, no amount of letter-
Work on the Santa Fe Pass project Federal S&L Association in Starke con- This letter is being written to thank writing, for or against, will have any ef
started in 1978 and continued into 1979 engineers were "not prepared. In spiteof tinues to grow. It is only through your love family and all the warm and caring you fect. If the daily newspapers and television

before the Corps of Engineers issued the inconvenience to 150 peoples and good will, and continuing support,that your people of Starke. I asked for help, and for stations would drop the issue, we believe it
two cease and desist orders to stop illegal many of whom had driven 30 or 40 miles he can obtain the necessary medical treat- my daughters to be able to realize the true would soon die a natural deathTELMED.
ment which will helD Chris to a healthier,
filling in of wetlands near the lake (one even drove from Texas) to attend better life. May God bless you all. meaning of Christmas.The .

shore without the necessary permits. the meeting, it was re-set for 1:30: p.m response of help and caring was

Although approximately 5,000 yards of today (Thursday). This was said to be Brenda Campbell beyond belief. It is really hard to expressin
"a date certain" so presumably the 318 Lafayette St. words the thankfulness we feel. Besidesall
fill were placed in the wetlands area
Starke, Ph 964-4536 the wonderful people sharing and help-
only 30 or 40 yards were actually remov- meeting will be held as scheduled. ing, Christmas was also made a bit better For public Information on health

ed from the Gator Cove area. The Corpsof Everyone interested in the continued when my wife received a letter that the related topics, call Tel-Med at

Engineers and/or Department of En- welfare and use of the Santa Fe Lakes Humane Society airlines found her clothing. We picked up these 964-4496 tapes or 378-OOO7 number and ask for
by
afternoon. :
vironmental Regulation have not en- and surrounding bodies of water should Thanks Lee Burnham her suitcase on Thursday

forced the removal of remaining show their interest by attending this im- Members of the Bradford Humane So. in closing, I would like to again 155 Medicare
thank the bottom of heart
from ,
my 171 Prescription Medlclne-
Alachua Coun-
illegally-placed fill. portant meeting. Society would like to thank
ty Humane Society President Lee Bur everyone responsible for giving my familya Proper Use
w most beautiful Christmas. May we take
430 Medical Insurance
nham for) her support and guidance In our
this time also to wish a hap-
everyone very Information
recent dilemma. Our thanks also go to
John Snyder, director of the Alachua County py and prosperous New Year, 169 Hospice

F animal shelter who opened their shelter Thank you, and God bless.
for our use, and to animal-control officer Tel-Med Is a free service provided
Howard Rhine& Family to the community by the of
Charles Hall, who handled the whole situa- Auxiliary
210 N.Water Starke
Stamp collecting II the mOlt popular hobby In the wortd. tion with both kindness and proficiency. Bradford Hospital, Inc,


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.1 I .I.Ial Jonathan"Hunter" ReichertMr. birth of a son, Timithy Lawrence NoticesChurch
.'. and Mrs. Joseph Colby Miles. Born Dec. 27 in Bartow, Fla., Of J.J-CrlGNews Items
Reichert III, of Starke, announcethe Timithy joins one sister, Vera
birth of a son, Jonathan Danette Creazer.
"Hunter" Reichert, born Dec. 17 in

} Gainesville. Maternal grandparents are Larry Weddings
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Vera Cohen of Lake Geneva and
Receptions
and Mrs. Leroy Griffis of Starke. Leo Dyal of Lawtey. Maternal great
/ Paternal grandparents are Mr. and grandparents are Nina Hansen of Gladys Mooty Parties.
Mrs. Joseph C. Reichert, Jr., of Hayward, Wisc.Paternal 969.7608Retired
Lake Butler.
grandparents are Sonny
Justin Mathew Willingham and Evelyn Miles of Haines City.
Wesley and Debra Willingham of Paternal great grandparents are
Starke announce the birth of a son, Hattie Miles, also of Haines City. Teachers Hold
Justin Mathew, on Dec. 5. He joins
two brothers, David, 8, and Kevin,4.
Maternal grandparents are Justin Grant Sparks
W Johnny and Faye Mathews of Lee and Vicki Sparks of Starke an-
Melrose. Paternal grandparents are nounce the birth of a son, Justin Christmas LuncheonThe
the late Elijah annd Maime Will Grant, born Dec. 30, at Baptist
ingham of Starke. Medical Center in Jacksonville.

Maternal grandparents are Mr. retired teachers of Bradfordand Mrs. Douglas pointed; out that
/ / and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Hum- Union Counties held their an- Christmas which is in the heart can-
Tiinilh.v Lawrence Miles boldt, Tenn. Paternal grandparentsare nual Christmas covered dish luncheon not be taker away.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Crosby Timithy and Leonctte Dyal Milesof Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Sparks of on Dec. 19 in the Senior Centerof Mrs. Muriel Norman read "The
Laughman, Fla., announce the Brooker. Starke. Story of the Christmas Guest" as
The dining room was beautifully retold by Helen Steiner Rice. She
decorated in the holiday theme, In- also read "Old Sadie and the
Carol Sellersand cluding a lighted tree. Each table Christmas Bear" by Phyllis Naylor.
Arts and Crafts was covered with a red and white Christmas carols were sung by the
checked cloth centered with a Santa. group accompanied by Mrs. Mona
The food table was centered with an Canova on the autoharp.
Alfred old-fashioned Christmas music box. President Ruth Jenkins extended

.. Crosby Marry Luncheon Set Jane 15 Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas recited holiday business greetings session. and District conducted Manager the
the Christmas Story as told in Luke
of United Teacher Associates, Pete
Carol Y. Sellers, daughter of Mr. Una Ferry, David Sysskind and Miss The first meeting of the 1986 year fashions, which will be highlightedby 2. She recounted the writing the circumstances of a favorite Zickefoose, spoke to the group aboutan
and Mrs W B. Sellers of Almond, Angela Sysskind.Following for the Woman's Club of Starke will club members wearing their own Christmas surrounding carol, "Silent Night" by insurance program.All f
N.C., and Alfred C. Crosby Jr., son a wedding trip to Orlando be the annual Arts and Crafts luncheon creations sewn during the past year. Joseph Mohr who wrote the words retired teachers are urged to
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Crosby, and Daytona Beach, the couple meeting to be held at the In addition, a varied display of and Franz Gruber who composedthe attend the next meeting on Jan.16 at .
Sr., of Crescent Cily, Fla., were will reside at 106 N. Church St. in clubhouse on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at hand-crafted items will be exhibited music. After telling the tory of 10:30: a.m. in the Methodist
united in marriage December 31 in Starke. noon. This is a change in date; all as a preliminary to the District IV "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas", Fellowship Hall in Lake Butler. 1
King!>land, Ga. Mrs! Crosby came to Starke about members please take note. Arts and Crafts Show, to be held at a
Kick Sysskind served as best man. 11 years ago. Mr. Crosby came to later date. '
Starke about two years ago and Diann Douglas of the Bradford Mrs. Al Young, assisted by Mrs.
Other attendants were Mrs Rick owns the Pennyweight Stamp and County Home Extension Depart- Norman Conti, are co-chairing this "The youth gets together materials for a bridge to the moon and at lengththe
Sysskind and daughter, Mrs. Cyn- Coin Pawn and Gun Shop in Starke. ment, will give a short program on meeting, with Mesdames S.D. middle-aged man decides to make a wood shed with Henry them.David ThoreauGina's

Seymour, H.M. Connelly, M. Bellizi,
M. Cuttino, J. Ekard, L.T. Young,
Alvarez Bridal Shower HonoreeMiss J.C. Hobbs, G.C. Edwards, MR.
Suzv: : Judd, C.F. King, and A. L. Rober-


Suzy Alvarez, whose mar- Mrs. Ann Woods and Mrs. Wanda Betty Ann Lewis-Alvarez and son.Always a highlight of the Woman's
riage to Eric Walker will be an eventof Bishop.A groom's mother, Mrs. Laura Club, the Arts and Crafts meeting offers ,
Jan. 18, was honored Dec. 16 witha Walker, were given corsages. a showcase for the talents of the Classic Cuts & Styles
bridal shower at the home of her Christmas theme was carriedout ladies of the Woman's Club. All --'*
grandmother, Mrs. Christine Lewis. through the house. Guests en- The bride-elect was presented a members are urged to arrive early, This Week's Specials with Becky Outlaw:
The shower was given by Mrs. Shar- joyed games and refreshments.The set of Corning Ware by the hostessesas so that they may view the display .
ron Gaines Mrs. Lucinda Stern, bride-to-be, her mother Mrs. a memento of the occasion. prior to the luncheon. PERMS HAIRCUTS '


.. Men & Women
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Hampton HiLitesBy STARKE $ 7ooGet

CHURCH OF GOD Free Eyebrow

422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 Waxing with Perm
Dolor. M.ng and friends in the Raleigh and visited Father Richard Bowles, a Walter F. Montz, Pastor
Phon.468-1915 Durham N.C. area. former St. Edward's pastor. 964-6777 111 1 fIN NTIAtI N1
Holiday Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng had as Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gilbert of We invite you to worship with us

Mrs Evelyn Vaughan enjoyed visitors during Christmas week Durham, N.C., spent Christmas Attended Nursery 486 N. Temple Ave. Hours:
Christmas Day with her granddaughter relatives from Tampa, St. Pete, week with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Sunday School 10 am Suite A Mon:Sat. a.5
Mrs. Susie Powell, in Orlando, Orange Park and Keystone Fran Meng. They also visited Morning Worship 11 am Starke, Florida Gina Blown Frazee Evenings by
Gainesville. William Lahn was alsoa Heights. relatives and friends in Gainesvilleand Evening Service 6pm across street from BHS Salon Manager Appolntmenl
guest. Visiting from Hockford, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meng of Jacksonville while here. Wednesday Youth 7:30: pm
were Mrs. Vaughan's nephew, Bob Thomasville, Ga., spent New Years Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ackermanof -- d
Filey and family.Van weekend with his parents, Mr. and Fremont, Ohio, visited their
and Bessie Powell of Wichita, Mrs. Paul Meng. Accompanyingthem cousins, Paul and Fran Meng on
Kansas, spent one week visitingMrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dec. 31.
Evelyn Vaughan and Mrs. Mikesell of Moriela, Mexico, Melinda -
Evelyn Powell. Mikesell of Chicago, Felicia Mr. and Mrs. Larry Berres and
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meng and Mikesell of Warsaw, Indiana, and Allen of Toledo, Ohio, spent New & VTJJJLT f's'
children spend Christmas Day with Danny Nelson of Costa Rica. They, Years Day with his aunt and uncle, ? *
her sister and family Mr. and Mrs. along with other relatives, all Fran and Dolores Meng and family. s c l < lEr
Mike Slaughter at Oklawaha, Fla. celebrated Joe and Debbie's second Gerald Meng flew back to SALE U 40l{ IIIDaIhI'. 4
Mr. and Mrs. George Rozboro and wedding anniversary on Dec. 29. The Truckee, Calif., on Jan.:6 following nf,::, 1
children, Vicki,Anthony and Steven, decorated cake was also inscribed three weeks visit with family and ..u "" sa? 'Vt a4
spent Christmas week with her with the names of family members friends here and in Orlando. r U y MSAW" :

mother, Mrs Vicki Zacek. They all celebrating birthdays in Decemberand Mrs. Louise .
visited Mr. and Mrs. George Roz- January.Mr. days with her daughter antifamily, I" > ,i .rr1D'I': : "
boro in New Port Richey for several and Mrs. Ed Spell and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Lanier, in $ (),! l) ; :

days. Viola Lefebvre spent several days West Palm Beach. They also spent ,'n. : \ .' 0' .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young spent with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick time in Arcadia, Lantana and Fort
Christmas week with their children and family in Pensacola. They also Lauderdale. GENT'S ANNIVERSARY
Select LADIES FASHIONS
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The Rev. David W. McClain foun- mark its first anniversary on Feb. 3. 964-6273, or Bruce Scott, 964-8179. ,A SOLITAIRE 14 Kt. LADIES SOITAIRE J'
ding pastor of Bradford Baptist The church,which meets temporarily Transportation to the services may 4. It' 1249 cr. snee Select GroupGreeting 14K5. I
Church of Starke, has resigned his in the auditorium of Southslde be obtained by phoning Danny /W 97.9 Cards"
position as pastor and has accepted Elementary School, recently votedto Nugent, 964-4934 evenings. J' 1349
a position on the pastoral staff of the buy property on 13th St. S.E. on 1/2 Price
Massillon (Ohio) Baptist Temple. which to build a church building.The CLUSTER 14 KL
Massillon Baptist Temple is the congregation will be calling a / ':8L
Irl t 1249 LADIES'ASHIONS
II LADIES FANCIES GENT'S 1O Kl. HIGH FASHION IN GOLD
home church of Rev. and Mrs Mc- new pastor to continue building upon Bradford l-::. _.... I 1 CL TW \10 Ct.TW SIGNET
the foundation laid by Rev. McClain YOU.CHO'C'' .
Clain. It has a membership of 4,000 LodgeNo. DIAMOND NM, I"OLIO ACxI \ $179
and operates Massillon Baptist College and the charter members. .fJ"' .7.? GOLD t:Lr,' 1799 fi.!.. 1248IM'1U
and Massillon Christian Those wishing to contact Bradford 35 I" ::'. $177 dtl3'.t l"' In7
Schools. Baptist Church may do so by phon-- ( l Ji-. ,''
Bradford Baptist Church will ing trustees Larry LaFollette, 17 <
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Johnnie DeVore and daughter 1a-- CLU
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'.. GENUINE STONE AND BEAUTIFUL DINUINI ONYX AND
visited with her brother in New York { ,X. CULTURED PEARLS $99 RUB DIAMOND
last Tuesday through Saturday. DIAMOND to., PlRRI Aa0 O""ONO" ,& ANe ,49
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gift exchanging. Todd and Michelle
PETITE FASHIONS AllChristmas JUNIOR MISS DIAMOND
Whitehead of Waldo returned to ('Ln".I IC %'tnnINU RINGS
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH Coordinate your home or office.

Published every Thursdayat \ QUALITY CAN COST LESS!II!
133 W. Call Street Sale

Starke. Florida 32091 ., Building; remodeling or decorating 1 Prices 1TAJN'JewelrrG&Gift

Second. Class postage paid at li':\, 50010 CALL FOR HELPI! *5% III Good Feb. 1 layAway
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Rates:; Interior Decorating Made Easy J f ( :

In-trade area: $10.00 per year For Shop at Home Convenience Gallery inc.
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$5.50 six months Call: Donna Gruen 964-7714 StarkeCall
PatSUNDAY"5Mon..FrI.
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I Engagement- First Baptist Youth Choir and Parkview r "

Mrs. Elsie Leverson and Bryan Memphis Tenn. Hence is the son of ;=; I

and Kelvin Lane of Starke, announcethe Sylvester Hence of Memphis, Tenn.

I their engagement mother, Miss of her Beverly daughter Lever-and Hospital Miss Lane of Gainesville.is enployed Capt.by Shands Hence 'Army of the Lord' Musical to SoonThe

son Lane to Captain Willie Hence of Is in the U.S. Army.

Youth Choir of First Baptist do, hosted by Kempke Music Ser from Starke and 12 from Parkview. choreographed in a military theme

Church, Starke, combined with the vice, will be the site of this premieron Also features are soloist Claudia with sign language and special ef-

I USDA DistributionSuwannee high school age ensemble "The Wednesday. The combined Dew (a recent graduate of Florida fects. Under the direction of Herb

Believers" from Parkview Baptistin groups will present the musical at State University School of Music), Stucky, Minister of Music at FBC,

Lake City, will present the national First Baptist Church, Starke, on Rhonda Morrell (the Lake City Community Starke and Klnita Bishop, directorof

River Economic Coun- Distribution sites and dates premier of the John Lee Sunday, Jan 12 at 7:30 p.m. and College Homecoming "The Believers", this project has
cil, Inc., announces the distributionof follows: are as Musical "The Army of the Lord", in again in Lake City on Jan. 26 at 7:30: Queen), and Trevor Hickman, (a been a real honor given to these

USDA commodities. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 15, Lawtey Orlando this week. p.m. at Parkview. The public is in Lake City Community College Music young people. Come and support our

Commodities must be picked up Recreation Center 10 a.m.-2 The Sonshine Musical Festival at vited. Student). kids
only at the sites designated on the p.m. Holiday Inn International in OrlanMethodist- The musical features 30 youth The musical is entirely

card. You must present your current THURSDAY, Jan. 16, Old KJE:
card to receive commodities. You or School, 10:30-4: p.m. (Special Day)
either of two designated alternates FRIDAY, Jan. 17, Old RJE School, 9
may pick up the commodities. a.m.-1:30 p.m.TUESDAY. Church Honors College StudentsStudent I

Special Notes: special days are set Jan. HAMPTON City
aside for the Hall 10 a.m.2dopiii.WEDNESDAY: -
the elderly exclusive and distributionto Jan. 22, BROOKER Recognition Day was Serving as ushers were Lex and cookies was served to cnurcti Oleeta Hardenbrook was in charge

have trouble handicapped. If City Hall 10 a.m.-l :30 p m. obeserved Sunday, Dec. 29 in the Green, Thomas Johnson and recent members and the students from a of the reception.
you bring a folding lawn standing chair so, please WEDNESDAY Jan. 22, SPEED- First United Methodist Church for University of Florida graduate lace covered table centered with a Chairman of Campus Ministry I
can
be more comfortable. you VILLE Pleasant Grove Baptist, 10 the students home for the holidays. Kevin Miller. Kelli Carver and Beth Christmas arrangement. Sandra Laurie Mullins was in charge of the

USDA's Emergency Food a.m.-1:30: p.m. College students were recognized Francis served as greeters for the Green presided at the punch bowl. morning's activities.
Cheese during the morning worship in which morning worship.
Assistance program is available to flour honey and rice are
all eligible recipients regardless of being distributed this month. they took part Judy Becker gave the The students were honored at a

race, color national origin, age, sex Please bring a box or bag to put scripture during the service which reception in the church Fellowship '
or handicap. your commodities in. was load by Rev. Ballard Wilson. Hall following the service. Punch I
School Lunch MenusJan.


13.17 gravy fruit Jello brownie hot rolls milk.
i Items of Interest Wednesday: Sausage rice and tomato gravy,
Bradford Elem. &Middle School green lima beans, peach crisp cornbread,milk '
.- Monday: Spaghetti with meat sauce cheese.tlx, Thursdays Pizza, buttered corn, garden salad
green beans, apple crisp, hot rolls, milk. fruit cup cookie, milk.
Tuesdays Beef-vegetable soup, cheese toast, Friday Chill crackers, cheese. toast cabbage
Basic Microwave Homemakers Club BHS '58-59-60 Reunion national nonprofit organization of cabbage slaw,strawberry shortcake milk. slaw, peaches milk
Classes persons who hold the office of notary Wednesday: Hamburger gravy mashed
Jan. 27-28 Meeting ThursdayThe Enjoyable Venture public. potatoes, buttered green peas, fruit Jello, A-la-Carte

The microwave Bradford Mitzel is caretaker of the Pine biscuits, milk.Thursdays Mondays Hamburgers, french fries. O.J.,
is time Extension
oven a sav- County Dancing and renewing old friend- Fried chicken macaroni cheese, milkshakes pizza.TuesdayiCorndogs.
ing kitchen appliance The popularity Homemakers Club will meet Thurs- ships were the highlights of the first Forest Apartments in Starke. green lima beans, fruit cup hot rolls, cookie, french fries, pizza,
has increased over the past day, Jan. 9 (today) at 10 a.m. in the annual BHS alumni Home for the milk. milkshakes
decade to the point that the majorityof Agriculture Building. Friday Pizza buttered corn, garden salad Wednesday Chicken nugget, french fries,
Holidays reunion. The event was chocolate cake milk.Bradford. cheeseburgers O.J., milkshakes.
households now own one. Everyone is welcome held Friday night.Dee 27, at the Taken Thursday: Hamburgers, french tries
Learn to utilize your microwaveand Starke Country Club.Approximately Applications Being High School milkshakes 0 J. S'
experience all of the benefits it Revival Now at For Little Dream Pageant Monday: Chicken nuggets, sauce, french fries Friday Corndogs, french fries hamburgers
fifty people, including ,milkshakes
can provide. green beans peanut butter cookie, hot rolls, pizza
Church of God many from out of town, en- milk. Each day students have a choice of a hot lunchor
Classes will be are now being accepted -
held Applications
at the Starke salad bar "-"-c rle.
joyed music from the 50s played by. Tutsdavt Salisbury steak, mashed.potatoes! or they may purcnase
for the 2nd Annual 1986 To-
Agriculture Building on January 27 Of ProphecyRevival Dean Blackwell.The .
and 28 at 7p.m. A $5 fee will cover Christmas day's Little Dream Pageant which..,*.. ... "'
get-together was -
the cost of food. Participants must services began Jan. 5 at will be held on June 7-8 at the Hilton n '
planned by several members of the
the Church of God of Prophecy. The in Orlando. This is of-
pre-register and pay the fee by Jan. an V.
Gateway
BHS classes of
and
1958 59 60 and
,
24. Call 7:30: p.m. services will continue until to the National
964-6280, ext. 284, for more Preliminary
they hope to make this annual
information.Pvt. Jan. 12 and are being conducted by an Today s Little Dream Pageant to be "S
event the holi Ot
during
forthcoming
Rev. Arnold Yeomans.. held in Florida. %(
Pastor William Laney invites day seasons.

Enoch Starling everyone to attend the services at There will be 3 sage groups, 4-5-6, JANUARYCEEIRINCE
the church located at 2138 Temple Lunch Bunch. 7-8-9, and 101112.There will also bea
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Assigned to Panama Ave., Starke.St. mini-pagMnt for girls and boys

Army Private First Class EnochR. The Lunch Bunch meets at the ages 13. Contestants must be girlsat

Starling, son of Lonzo R. and Presbyterian Church Friday Jan. 10 least 4 and no more than 12 yearsof
Louise I. Starling of Lawtey, has arrived Marks Women at noon for a covered dish luncheon. age by Dec. I, 1985. S

for duty with the 210th Avia- Schedule MeetingThe
tion Battalion in Panama. Notary Group Applications will be accepted for a

Starling Is a helicopter repairmanand Women of St. Marks will meet Elects James Mitzel limited number of girls. For more
was previously assigned at Fort Wednesday, Jan. 15at 11 a.m. in the information and an application, con-
Eustis, Va. Parish House. James Patrick Mitzel of Hamptonhas tact Today's Little Dream, P.O. Box

He is a 1985 graduate of Bradford All interested ladies are asked to been elected to membership in 581, Lehigh Acres, Fla 33936,

High School. attend. the American Society of Notaries, a telephone 8133691709.
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BHS Sports Schedules ,,. :+ /

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Tornadoes on the Prowl Listing


Hoj'q{.ISaskrtball! Girl's Basketball
Wrestling I I

Away Kuchhol/ Thursday, Jan. 9 Home Jacksonville Episcopal 1 Thursday,Jan.9 110111 Lake Weir Wednesday p.m., Jan 8


Away Keystone Heights Friday, Jan: 10 lIome. Clay High Friday, Jan 10 Home Saturday, ,Ian.11, 2 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 15, 7IIonic

Gainesville Eastside Tuesday, Jan j 14 Ilonle-Gainesville High Tuesday, Jan 14 p.m.

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JV Boys Fight ,I



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62-38 to. ClayBy

UFgCTURERs

Don SappIHTSUir

Never giving up! \Vriler even when they 0000 DAYS A W o S

were down by 24 points, the junior .,
varsily boys basketball team kept ,: EM YOUR pOErA/19 910gE
coining after the junior Blue Devilsin co SPFCrq RCCrER $
a 311-62 loss In BHS gym Tuesday P
night, Jan. ID. DpUB E YOUR SYAND S
The team hustled and never quit Q S JT
said Coach Mike Richter, of his y, y4 LNG
junior Tornadoes who are a "little
bit lusty" from a holiday lay-off c
"13y I he end ol f the year there will
be a lot of improvement" ," he said.
Richter has been named to head ,
coach of the BUS varsity baseball 2
program at BUS and will be leavingthe
JV squad this week No replacement ons '
CIearln
has been named for the JV &

haskethallsquad.At the end of, (he first period BHS pUbllsh these cUPProcte r
was, down 11-18 At the half Clay was
up 3119.! In the second half BHS put f $750,0acs
14 on the board l in the third period, in theeach 19 1ga6to
keeping pace with the Blue Devils
but were outdistanced 17-5 in the oU r maa F jafUary 1t UP OlymPms,
loin Hi period,
Malachi Jenkins led BUS with 10 came ins Envelo Unday, donate Specl gra
Pr
points Spencer Smith had 8. I Pc
ns
BHS 38Norman OUP ePstaKe em by Sble to
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2 I 5, Blye J'1-7. Chandler 0 H. SWe Gam
Jonkliil 102 21 S. JonkiiM I 0 10, Smith 406 Aaron I These

Cloy 62 I
Park!01 7, Rivon 5 414. Bright 1 0,2,Monroe
6416. Plummer I 1.2 4,Coleman 1 I.Lewn 204
Johnson Oil, Kondnck 3911 PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., JAN. 9 THRU WED., JAN. 15, 1986. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Lodge Installs ORANGE JUICE


New LeadersNew _
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12-OZ FROZEN
r
officers for the local Masonic
lodge will b set Fnddyf; Jan.OD. _
Dinner will be served between 6:30:
pm. and 7:30: p,m. and a business C
meeting starling at 7:30 p m. etLI
Worshipful Master for the coming -
,I year for Bradford Lodge number 35,
F and A,M. of Florida will be Mark i : r
Olin Senior Warden is Steve Kroll. i
Other incoming officers are Junior
Warden Darrell Clark, Treasurer r
Archie Tanner, Secretary Herbert Tu
Green, Senior Deacon T.R. Ratliff, PROCTOR & GAMBLE
Junior Deacon M.R. Sanders, Senior ON 2CANS 25*1:
Stewart Claude Morgan, Junior COUPON
Stewart G.M. Itannen, Marshal J.L.
Davis Chaplain Walter Lee, Tyler DOUBLE' :r*
Neil Tucker. + MANUFACTURER'S :
/ 5001E Oun y 25 I
COUPONS + .r,. =
Cixipcialion Can "n'H'nl
(
Kiiin ol KimilFurms J TOTAL 50*: "

Close coiipci.iliini iiniing the SAVINGS _
luinkcr, businessman, consumer and r
I lai'nifi r is needed. l In picv'(lit I the ruin ITEM COST TOTAL SAVINGS YOUR [
ol' the l.iiin, e COST
Inulls 1111 unpintanlAnn '
( WITH :
'icun.ucr.ll. slim line." UmverSll 99 MINUS 50 = 49 COUPON
\ (ul l "Klollll.l Mie-pll'Sldrnt lOInilins '
IIgi it'illtlll'.ll I a saul NII2fi.( 9
i WII; .. TOTAL SAVINGS WITH PROCTER &
l III' KH. 'lelcilillir.' bead ol the GAMBLE COUPON BOOK
Institute' ill Food ami Agra'ulluralScicmes a 1
I ill''AS/ i spoke, al .1 .(oinl Kl
1'11'1'1'"' ill'l'a I ci\ic club nlisci vaneenlNational $8.50
/: Kami (:sty weikKami
Cilj 1 Wei'k. olliciall; Ilieweeklicloic
'ni.inksgiMiig, the
highlights
TOTAL SAVINGS WITH RAWSONS
.
intend" pendentc nl ruial. mill uih.inAineiKiiii DOUBLE MANUFACTURER'S COUPONS
II litis btral.pnn.urd| by e PLUS PROCTER & GAMBLE COUPON BOOK
KI\\'allI"IIIII'l'lIall"al' 1953! ; and!
is siippoiled 1 l 1.)0 Ih.il ingani/iitiiin r.
and through |I'l'hilll'>i clon.iiions This $ 7 .00
year, :m I! slates will nliscive the JL
public awiiieness iiixl cduijiliinievinl "
"anil I nil ((17 'lol'i.la. eoiinlie.s ateexpelled
In I pal'Impale' ERA 32-OZ
'Asve begin KIIIIII. City' Week (Ibis
year, the .slate .nl Hie American DUNCAN 12-oz LIQUIDDETERGENT $ 99
32-OZ
larmer lies in ('tiniomie disarray," HINES SCOPE |
said I rlcilillci Koixl surpluses $ 59
heavy I lai 1'11I deIInlas.ivefarm. subsidies COOKIES f MOUTH3 79
declining land values and ASSORTED FLAVORS
Ilghl eiedil ate (Ihl' "sad
1.II1fhllal'ks" in a f.n'incr's world in PRINGLE'S
I'lll'i; lie said DAWNDISHWASHING, 32-OZ adz TO adz
soulli Klonda l.uincrs.lie : PINE CLEANER
Allliough('..,01Cw'haI.hiIdtvliremhit'cur- $ 99 Spic&Span. isoz 1.19 POTATO $ t 9
leni (IIS, (harm crisis, many: ninth t LIQUID CLEANER CHIPS |
.indues! Florida lai'meis me in for 1.09
rough limes Ibis I spring. slid Tefer. .DETERGENT Mr. Clean. . . . ISOZ LITE, REGULAR OR RIPPLE
Idler, lie Ixunlduillhaluhnul2IMNl
ol :.III.IHIII Klonda. l.iimeis may faceluiei
'losiiir

'I'-Uiilll'I'soul( 'lb.it reearehand
education is. pioviding\ some
assistance In Hie troubled (arm see, RAONS
lor. lie .said Dial. Hie piiinaiy IKASlocus 1
is to and ways In. miiease' net i I
Iiiin income ulnlc, at Die same i
I lime' 111'11'1111k'I'f'\ the farmer
.11 111,11 He (lomlcd. to new inaikelingslialegies .
expanded' exportni.iikrls. "
i improved| inaiiagemer':
skills and increased 1'1'1111111'111111 effiicncies PEPTO 802 ?
( as some nl Hie tueas were 18 COUNT
IKAS can pio\nle assistance, to in- CHLOROSEPTIC BISMOL $ft49 : .
llllll, '\ THROAT $159 '
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tee/ '
LIQUID
lie \\ained IKHM-MT. Dial IKAScnulil LOZENGES I t
nail do It till alnne.l'nuprraljell
1 between the public, lending mslitu t,
lionand 1 bii.sinesses, us well aseminent I
u<>\ agentn., in greatly i i i't
needed to turn tin (l.irni eennomieMtii.ilH'M STARKE: 430 WEST MADISON STREETII
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Legal Notices Snorts and Rec Notes I


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA '
Subject to all easements, restrictionsand Tim. on the 14th day of February, 1986 ...
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR conditions of record at public sale. the following described Objections shall be filed on or before

BRADFORD COUNTYCASE to the highest and best bidder for cash forth In the Final judgment property set of 31 January 1986. Dixie Youth Baseball the exercise class and $5 for the

NO. 85-294-CA at the East entrance to the Bradford Foreclosure: GILBERT BROWNAs Registration Set... aerobic dance class for participatingthree

County Courthouse In Stark. Bradford All that of Clerk of Court times each week.
part Southeast Quarter of It's time think
getting to about
In R.: Th. Morriag. of By Beulah M.
Moody
County Florida at 11:00o'clock A.M.
on Southwest Quarter '
lying East of Grade
MICHAEL playing center field again with Dixie
KIRKLAND,
Husband Friday January 24, 1986. rood (now State Road 18)), and South Half Deputy Clerk Youth Baseball registration starting Dance. Tap Ballet
GILBERT B. BROWN of Southeast Quarter of Section 34 1/9 2tchg 1/16 Classes to be Taught...
;
Monday
the
andALICE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy South Half January 13, at old armory -
of
GALE KIRKLAND, Beulah Moody Southwest Quarter Northwest Quarter of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH on North Temple Ave. Dorothy Salazar will be teaching

W f.. Deputy Clerk Quarter of Southwest Quarter and Southwest JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Three age group leagues are plan- dance, tap and ballet classes at the
of Section
NOTICE OF ACTION Mark G. Alexander Esquire 35; BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. ned: the Dixie Minor League for old armory center Monday through

TO MICHAEL KIRKLAND Post Office Box 4768 IN TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH RANGE 19 youngsters 8-10, the Dixie Major Wednesday from 4 p.m. until 5:30

Address Unknown. Jacksonville, Flo. 32201 EAST: CASE NO. 85.262 League for 11-12 year-olds, and Dixie

((904)) 355.2525 South Half of Southwest Quarter of MARY H. OGLESBY. unremarried Boys for 13-14 year-elds. The age p.m.For more information regardingages
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action 1/2 2tchg 1/9 Section 1; widow and survivor of an estate determining date is August 1, 1986 fees and class levels, contact
lor dissolution of man-log has b..n by the entireties with for this the Rec. at 9646792.
East Half of Northeast Quarter andNortheast year's season. Department
filed, against you and you are r.qulr.d to Lawrence T. Oglesby deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Quarter of Southeast Quarter There is a $20 registration fee
serve a copy of your written defense, if REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and all that portion of Northwest Plaintiff which pays for the complete uniformbut Gainesville Sun Athlete of
to TERENCE M.
for any.Petitioner/Wife, BROWN.P.O. Attorney Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Quarter of Northeast Quarter 'lying East vsBOBBY LANE MclEOD a partial refund will be made at the Week
Drawer and
40, Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the of Branch less and except commence at the end of the season if the pants and
Storks, Florida
32091 before JUDY LYNN McLEOD his Tornado Herbie
on or undersigned Tla Osborn and Lillian Abbott the Northeast of wife Cooper was named -
corner Northeast
January 9, 1986 and file th. originalwith business under FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE, stirrups are returned. the Gainesville Sun athlete of the
joint owners doing Quarter and
thence
the Clerk of this Court before or Immediately run South along East N/k/a FLORIDA NATIONAL Registration runs from Jan. 13 un- week Jan.
the firm name of Charlotte's Webb 138 line of Section 816.6 feet to the of BANK for the week of Dec. 29 4
Feb.
thereafter otherwise point and ROGER T. BKILL. M.D.,P.A. til 27. Hours are from 8:30: a.m.
: a N. Water Street, Starke, Florida 32091 beginning thence continue South for his performance in the G US Holi-
default will be entered against for along Defendants.NOTICE. until noon and from 1 p.m. until 5:30
you
Intends Tournament.
to register said fictitious nom.und.r Section line 572.65 feet to day
the relief demanded In the Petition. a point In OF PUBLIC SALE p.m. at the old armory and from 3
the aforesaid in 38 for the
statute. North right of of State Rood 18 said Cooper pumped points
WITNESS my hand and teal of this Dated this 6th day of January, A.D., point being on way a curve, thence North 62 Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto p.m. until 5 p.m. at the Pratt Street tournament, grabbed 32 rebounds,
Court on the 11th day of December the Final Judgment of Foreclosure Center.
1986 In Bradford County. degrees, 7 minutes West along said right blocked four shots, gave four assists
1985. entered In the
Circuit Court of the
1/94tpd 1/30 of way curve a chord distance of 111 Eighth and stole the ball five times.
GILBERT S. BROWN Judicial Circuit In and for Oi, adford County Ceramics...
feet thence North 64 degrees, 32 Averaging 14.2 rebounds and 15.2
Clerk of the Court Florida Civil Action Case
No.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO minutes West along said right of way : Veteran ceramics instructor Lillie points a game,the 6-2 senior forwardis
Clerk 85262 on 31, 1966, I will sell
By: Deputy January
12/19 1/9 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME curve a chord distance of 100 feet, the, following described Ann Johns will begin the new year's making a name for himself this
4tchg Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida thence North 66 degrees, 5 minutes and being si'ua'e In Bradford property lying first! classes the week of Jan. 20. year on the Tornado squad.

Statutes, notice is hereby given that the West along said right of way curve a Florida to-wit County, Two meeting times are scheduled.The .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR undersigned H. L. Dy.and H. L.Dye, III, chord distance of 100 feet, thence North A parcel of :land 4.0 night class is set for the 7-10 Deer and Turkey Season
BRADFORD 900 S. Walnut Street Starke, Florida 68 degrees, 23 minutes West along said containing acres time
COUNTY. FLORIDA and lying In the SE 1'4 of NW 1 1'4 of Section p.m. Monday slot. The morning Ends
32091 are joint owners doing business right of way curve a chord distance of class is slated for the 9 a.m. until
34.
6
PROBATE DIVISION 85.123CP under the firm name of Frl.d Chicken 100 feet thence North 70 degrees, 21 East, Bradford Township South, Florida Range 22 noon slot Wednesdays January 12 marks the end of deer

FILE NUMBER 1.3699 Factory Inc. (DBA Bradford's Family minutes, 30 seconds West along said parcel being more County describedas : said There is no charge for the class and turkey season according to the

IN RE The Estate of Restaurant 900 S. Walnut St.. Starke, right of way curve a chord distance of follows: particularly itself, but materials used will have Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-

MANA LUCILE WIGGINS, Florida 32091)), Intends to register sold 100 feet thence North 8 degrees and 16 Commence at the SE corner of said SE lobe purchased.For mission while the small game
fictitious under the aforesaid minutes East 370.77 feet thence for
Deceased. name East season quail and squirrel will
1of NE'and
run North 3 degrees 06 more information contact the
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe statute 413.69 feet to the point of beginning last until March 9.
mlnu'es 30 seconds West the instructor at the
administration of the Estate of Doted this 6th day of January, 1986 In containing 4.73 acres more or less, of Easterly boundary thereof, 25 along,Of feet to 964-6792. Rec. Department, Dove and duck season closes Jan.

MANA LUCILE WIGGINS deceased Bradford County. Section 2; the Northerly boundary of the right of 13 and woodcock ends Jan. 27
File Number 1-3699 is pending in the 1/94tchgl/30 All that part of West Half of Northeo.tQuort.r "Small hunters will have
way of Geiger Road for Point of Beginn Work Out Time... game access -
Circuit Court for Bradford County, lying West of County graded ing. From Point of thus to a portion of six North Florida
Florida, Probate Division the address State of FloridaD.partm.n' road (now State Road 237)), and Northwest described continue North Beginning 3 degrees 06 For the ones who want to get wildlife management areas that

of which Is Bradford County of Section Quarter of Northwest Quarter of mlnu'es 30 seconds West, along parallel physically fit, evening exercise and have a small game season," said Art
Courthouse, Starke, Florida 32091. 12; aerobic dance classes began Monday
Environmental Regulation wi'h 'he Southerly boundary of said SE Stockle, commission wildlife
The names and addresses of the 19 ALL IN TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 1/4 of NW 1 1/4, 330.88 feet, -hence South Jan. 6, at the old armory. biologist.

Personal. Representative and the Per- NOTICE OF APPLICATIONThe Said EAST lands: 3 degrees 06 mlnu'.. 30 seconds East Exercise classes are from 5:30: Management areas are Aucilla,
439
-' -' 'torney are r .es notice o( lit Intent less, In Bradford containing County acres Florida moreor parallel wi'h said Eas'erly boundary p.m. until 6 p.m with aerobics Camp Blanding, Lake Butler,

**" ortn below to Issue a permit to Florida subject to of are 528.0 feet 'o 'he aforesaid NOI'h.rly lasting from 6 p.m. until 7 pm., Osceola, Steinhatchee and Nassau
existing right for
All interested persons ore required ways boundary of he, of of Monday through Friday. Instructorfor
Hydrocarbons Company to construct a public roads, and ditches In right way Geiger where Stockle said "Hunters should
connection
to file, with this Court, WITHIN rich oil heater a source of air emissions therewith and for public utilities.DATED Rood; 'hence Sou'h 88 degrees 55 the classes is Cheryl Godwin. check the regulations for each area
THREE MONTHS OF THE FIRST at Its plant located on CR 231 north ofBrook.r this 7th minutes 30 seconds Eos' along said Nor There is a one time fee of $10 for "
of for rules.
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all Bradford County, Fl. day January 1986. 'herly boundary 330.88 feet 'o '". Poin specific
GILBERT S. BROWN - - - -
claims against the estate and ((2)) anyobection Persons whose substantial Interests of Beginning.Said .

| by on Interested person to are affected by the Department's' proposed Clerk of the Court sale shall be o' public sale 'o '".

whom this notice was mailed that permitting decision may petitionfor By Beulah Moody highes bidder for cash and in accordance 30th AnnualOCALA
challenges the validity, of the Will an administrative determination Deputy Clerk192tchg ? wi'" 'he aforedescribed Final

the qualifications of the Personal (hearing) In accordance with Section 1/16 Judgment. Sold sale shall be held a' 'he

Representative, venue, or jurisdiction 120.57 Florida Statutes (F.S.). The petition REQUEST FOR BIDS Main (Eos') door of l.e Bradford County

of the Court. must conform to the requirementsof Sealed bids will be received by the Cour'house, in S'arke Florida a' 11:00:

ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONSNOT Chapters 17-103 and 285. Florida Administrative S'a'e Quar'ermos'er e/o LTC Karl J.Swhidull a.m., Eas'ern S'andard Time, on 'he 31 s'

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BAR Code (FAQ), and must be filed Rou'e 1, Box 465 Camp Blan- day of January, 1986.

RED. (received) In the Department's Officeof ding S'arke, FL 32091 until 2:00: P.M., GILBERT BROWN
BULLSALE
Publication of this Notice has General Counsel 2600 Blair CLERK
Stone local 'Ime, Friday 31 January 1986 and OF CIRCUIT COURTBy
begun on December 31, 1985 Road Tallahassee Florida
32301 within Depu'y Clerkl92'chgl
'hen publicly opened at 'hat time for the
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE fourteen (14)) days of publication of this' sale of used equipment at the State ,_ 16 sponsored by the Marion County Cattlemen's Assn.
A. Z. ADKINS.JR. notice. Failure to file, a petition within Maintenance Vehicle Compound.
P. O. Box 1030 the fourteen ((14)) days constitutes a Weatherization ProgramStill
Specifications, and Bid, Blanks be
Gainesville, Fla. 32602 waiver of any right such person has to may Operating Here
ob'amed a' 'lie office of the Post Camp-
Attorney. Z. for Personal JR. RepresentativeA. an administrative determination (hearing 'roller, Rou'e 1. Box 465 Camp Blan- The Suwannee River Economic 19O Bulls
ADKINS )
to Section
P O Box 1030Gainesville If a pursuant petition Is filed the 120.57.administrative F.S. ding, S'arke Fl 32091. Right is reserved Council Inc., announces theWealherization
as 'lie In'eres of 'he S'o'e may requirefor Program is still
Fla. 32602
hearing is designed to formulate
process 'he Depar'men of Mill'ary Affairs 'ar.l.c' operating in Bradford County. The Including:
((904)) 372.3331 agency action. Accordingly the Department's .
1 2 2tchg 1/9 final action may be different from any or all bids. program 'provides materials and
the Notice of Application. Therefore, I'chg 1 1/9 labor at no cost to the recipient, to HEREFORD BRAHMAN

who not wish to file make the home as weatherproof as
persons may a petition
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ZONING NOTICE funds will ANGUS BEEFMASTER > 5
wish to Intervene in the permit.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA may pro HARRY COONEY/ .made application
ceeding.A petition for Intervention mustbe Priorities are given to the elderly BARZONA
POLLED HEREFORD
PROBATE DIVISIONFILE 'o 'he Bradford County Zoning Board for
filed pursuant to Rule 28-5.207, FAC ..and thoso..wiih-ihe lowest income .
NUMBER 84-89-CP reclassifica'lon'of 'he property'descrrrb'ed
division 1.3580 at least five ((5)) days before the final below front BP CI ,nd/or those whose house is in most BRANGUS SIMBRAH
o :
hearing and be filed with the hearing officer deed of Weatherization. Proof of income -
of mile
IN RE Estate One-half ocr. located one Sou'h
if one has been assigned at the for the entire family and proofof RED ANGUS BRAHMOUSIN
HARMON PERCY MORGAN if S'arke on Wes' side of Hwy. 100 ou'
Deceased. Division of Administrative Hearings, of Parcel 4647 00100 In Section 3 ownership must accompany the

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Department of Administration 2009 Township 6 South Range 22 Eos for application. Tax receipt for the land LlMOUSINTuesday

administration of the estate of Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, Seed feed fertilizer sales. and/or trailer title or tag registration -

HARMON PERCY MORGAN deceased Florida 32301. If no hearing officer has This change In classification, Is subject will be accepted. Rental property -
been assigned the petition is to be filed 14 12
Jan. Noon
File Number 84-89.CP. Is pendingin with the Department's' Office of GeneralCounsel 'o a public hearing to be held on Tuesday may also be considered, with writ- at
the Circuit Court for Bradford January 28, 1986 at 7:00: p.m., in ten permission of the
2600 Blair Stan.
County Florida, Probate Division, Tallahassee, Florida 32301. Failure Road to he Council Room of the Starke City Hall landlordowner.If ) Southeastern Livestock Pavillion

the address of which is Bradford petition to Intevene with the allowed on Thompson Street in Starke, Florida. you would benefit from this pro-

County Courthouse Stork., Florida time frame constitutes a waiver of A* Mils 'Ime all persons Interes'ed shall gram and think you might qualify Ocala Florida
32091. The names and addresses of right such has to hearing any. be heard fir or against the proposal asspecill.d come by our Outreach Center at 133 ,
person request a
the personal representative and the under Section 120.57 F.S. In 'he Zoning Codes of Bradford West Call St. in Starke and fill out an

personal representative's attorneyare The application Is available for public Coun'y. application or call 964-6696.
set forth below. L. M.Gaines, Direc'or
Inspection during normal business
All Interested are required Bradford Coun'y Zoning
persons
hours 8 00 a.m. to 5:00: p.m.. Monday
file with this WITHIN 1 1/9
to court I'chg
..
through Friday .c.ptl.gol holidays, at
MONTHS OF THE FIRST
THREE the Department of Environmental
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all Regulation Northeast District Office, Invitation to Bid
th. and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
claims against estate ((2)) any 3426 Bills Road Jacksonville Florida
objection by an Interested person to 32207. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

whom this notice was mailed that Any person may send written comments & Office
challenges the validity of the will on the proposed action to Mr. CIVIL DIVISION County Equipment EquipmentSealed

the qualifications of the personal W.P. Stewart Supervisor Air Section at CASE NO. 86-2

representative, venue, or jurisdictionof the above address. All comments mailed In Re:

the court. within 30 days of the of this The Pe'i'ion of
publication
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONSNOT notice will be considered In the D.par'm.nt' STARKE SHRINE CLUBASSOCIATlON.INC. bids for Bradford County Road Department Equipmentand

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BAR- final determination. ..
RED. Itchg 1/9 a Florida Non-Profit Vehicles and miscellaneous office machines will be received -

Publication of this Notice has Corpora'ion For Dissolu'ion
and the vehicles and office machines be
begun on December 30 1985. equipment, may
Personal Representative: NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONTO
HARMON PERCY MORGAN JR. NOTICEOF DISSOLVE A CORPORATIONNOT seen at BRADFORD COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT, 812-B

12375 82nd Avenue North SHERIFF'S SALE FOR PROFITTO
Seminole, Florida 33542 Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: GRAND STREET, STARKE, FLORIDA, prior to Monday,

Attorney for Personal Representative Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 'hat a
DUDLEY P. HARDY. P.A. Florida under and by virtue of Writ of pe'l'ion voluntarily dissolve 'he cop. January 13, 1986 at 10:00: am

John H. Jones Esquire of Counsel Execution to wit: 'loned corporation hot been filed, In 'he

P. O. Drawer 1030 Execution issued out of County Courtof obove-cap'loned cause. Any person ob-

Starke, Florida 32091 Bradford County, Florida pursuant to jec'ing 'o 'his dissolution should file, Gilbert Brown
Telephone 904-964-5701 a Final Judgment for SAW Discount such objection in writing whh'he Clerkof

1 2 2tchg 1/9 Parts of Starke, Florida and against Court, P.O. Box B, S'arke, Florida. Clerk to the Board
Brenda Manning defendant In the and mail a copy of such objec'ion Pe'i

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH amount of $2.500.00. together with costs loner's a"orney, Richard E. Wel'y" P.O.

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- of collection. Box 995, S'arke, Florida 32091.
Have seized and have In my posiession -
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. 5-
CASE NO.: 85-409-CA the following described personal
property to wit:
BARNETT BANK OFJACKSONVILLE
N.A., 1967 Chevrolet Truck
VIN No. CE537A146998
Plaintiff As the property of the above named

vs CHARLES E. JONES and defendant and that on Monday the 3rd NOTICE

I SANDRA J. JONES of February, 1986 at two o'clock on said
D.I.ndants.NOTICE. day on the premises of the Bradford
OF SALE County Jail I will offer for sale and sell

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Pursuant to the highest bidder for cash In hand
the Final Judgment of the above described property ol sold
Foreclosure to entered In the abovestyledaction defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Applications are now being accepted for

I will ..lIth. prop.rty situated In .
Bradford County Florida described as: DOLPH E. REDDISH Sheriff

THAT CERTAIN PIECE PARCEL OR Bradford County Floridal94tchgl30

TRACT OF LAND SITUATE. LYING AND

BEING IN THE COUNTY OF BRADFORD Homestead ExemptionAnd

STATE OF FLORIDA TO WIT:
Commence at a point where the South IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

right of way line of Euclid St. Intersectsthe EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
East right of way line of Alton Road AND FOR BRADFORD -

in th. City of Starke, Bradford County. COUNTY FLORIDA other exemptions for which you may qualify

Florida and run thence East along the
South right of way lin. of Euclid St., a I CASE NO. 85. 7.CA

distance of 150 feet for a point of beginning FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA If have not received renewal forms or have any
from the point of beginning thus Plaintiff you your
described continue East along the South i vs
of line of Euclid St. a distanceof i N. G. HAYES JR..
right way
130.45 feet to a point; run thence i Personal representative of the Estate of questions about the exemptions please contact us at
o South and parallel with the East right of f RUBY B. HAYES deceased et at., ,

way line of Alton Road a distance of 124 I Defendants

feet to o point; run thence West and I NOTICE OF SALE 216 in before March 1st.
parallel' with the South right of way line i Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant 964.6280 ext. or come

of Euclid St. a distance of 130.45 feet to a i to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure

point; run thence North a distance of 124 I entered in the above-styled action on

feet more or lest, to the point of begin January 7, 1986 I will sell to the highest Jimmy Alvarez
ning said lot lying within and being apart i and best bidder lor cash at the East door

of West Pines Subdivision accordingto I of the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Property Appraiser

the plat thereof recorded In Plat Book i Court, Bradford County Courthouse In

2, page 51 of the Public Records of Brad- Starke, Bradford County Florida at
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II I I I It was turn-around time for the Readjusting after a time-out,

I BHS boys basketball team in Godwin said he got the team back on
Gainesville last week, when they the right foot and got their press- l! !
I I rode a winning wave to take home break working. The end result was a
f1 the GHS Holiday Tournament championship first victory for the Tornadoes,
L for the second year in a Finishing in double figures were
1 row Herbie Cooper with 19, Pat Diggs r
Going in, the Tornadoes were 0-3 with 10 and Levi! Simmons with 15. '

: f. for the season, but big wins over Simmons showed he can play by :
t1rl. Suwannee, 61-53 and GHS, 70-53 scoring 11 points in the fourth
jumped BHS to 2-3 for the new period, feeding others for baskets, *
season. and driving the basketball inside on
Big gun for the Tornadoes was Live Oak. w
senior standout Herbie Cooper who jk.
scored 38 points in the tournament. ails 61Cooper
He also had four slam dunks and one ."19. Mltchill 1-1-7, Dloie 4-1-10 51m- a. 4a
alley-oop along with 32 rebounds, mom 4-3-15, Jackton 1-0-2, Long 3-0-4, Johnson f ; W
four assists, 11 steals and blockingfive 0-i-I Suwann o 53Ch.rry

shots. 71-15 Graham 4-0-11,Ragent 4-1-11 T.
Brown 4-0-1, P.. Brown 1-1-1, Loper 1-0-1,
BUS 61, Suwannee 53 Williams 1-0-1

Going into the Gainesville High
BHS 11 12 11 11 41Xuwannia
Holiday Tournament, the BHS Tornadoes 10' 1011 n
had played and lost their

first three games, but their luck was BUS 70, GUS 53 Go All The Way Big Red...
awl..twrl going to change for the better.In Wanting another win, the Tornado
the first quarter BHS ended the Cheerleader Brooke Williams urges the revived Tornadoes on during/
five took it to host Gainesville High I
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period just one point up at 11-10 over 70-53 in the championship game of their 57-50 win over Clay High lit the BUS gym Tuesday ."'nhllt. The Tornadoes
Suwannee, who had come into the the tournament to win the tourna- are now :i-3 for the season, alter starling out with three straight|
loses ht.t..tNtlng Hit right track.
tounament 1-7. ( on
ment title for the second year in a
Things began looking up at the end
row."The were further limited to 37-percent in figures was Pat Diggs with 14 and
of the half when BHS had a 23-19 key to the win was that we
the last half. BHS wasn't that Levi! Simmons with 12. Mitchell
lead. With only 9 of 29 shots going In- played defense intensely," said good
4 4I to the net, the Tornadoes were hit Coach Godwin, "and we had a great themselves, hitting just 44-percent made 9 of 13 free throws and had 10
from the field but made the difference assists the last said
ting only 29-percent of their scoring degree of patience getting the shotswe real\ during quarter,
at the free-throw line with Godwin
attempts."We needed to
played real intense defen- the gets"Wanting win the Tornadoes 55-percent, making 18 of 33 charity Cooper was named Athlete of the
t ,
shots. Week by the Gainesville Sun for his
and real
sively patiently forced GHS to make 19 turnovers in
said Coach Jay God- Godwin said the could be performance in the tournament,
offensively, the game, with 12 coming in the se- story
I win of his Tornadoes who worked the cond half. read from the shot chart, with BHS scoring 38 points and getting 32 rebounds -
ball well. having to make just 8 from outside Cooper, a BHS senior, i is fi-2
1a After the intermission, BHS came "It was a big win for us," said with the rest of theirs being inside but plays like a seven-footer. He hasa
back and steadily controlled the Godwin, going in 0-3 and coming the paint. 38-inch vertical jump and got up on
the third with home With about four minutes left in the the boards with a Suwannee front
game,ending period a 2-3. "It shows that we can win
he said GHS fouling line standing 6-4, 6-7, and 6-3, and a
38 29 lead. when we play smart basketball. game, began
In the last period, Suwannee cameo With a slim 14-10 lead at the end of them as they played catch-up. GHS frontcourt of 6-9, 6-5, and 6-2.

t using a full-court press that God- the first quarter, the Tornadoes However, it didn't matter much,
r ., m.--....1.._ uuui .. __A -4". .. _'._A.I n.IA IA a 14 with the lead that the Tornadoes had BHS 70
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Clay At Home i ,

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.t, %.tr r the season. Tins makes them 3.31or 1
By Don Sapp the year and they have won their last
IK T Stall niitor three games.
Running up a three-game winning Cooper's close coverage made the
streak, the BIIS boys varsity basketball Tornadoes go into their depth for the
team went 57.50 by the visiting win and "team play will have to
Clay High Blue Devils in the BHS show through," said Godwin. The t I -
gym Tuesday night, Jan. 7 as post. coach said he expects oilier teams to
holiday l action got under way. key on Cooper and that they will
"This was a big win for us," said have to work around this fact of life '1 DFFICE
Coach Jay Godwin of the win which Long was commended for getting SHdPt
evened the season mark at 33. "It key rebounds, steals and making
shows us that when we play hard and assists at the right times by Godwin. t OW.Cans1I
together that we're a pretty good A man who always seemed to have 964.5764SwrM..Ro
ball team." his hands on the ball was Pat Diggs, ,
All night long, the Blue Devils according to Godwin, and Simon
ganged-up on standout Herbie Mitchell was singled out for his
Cooper, limiting him to only 16 handling of pressure situations.
points. Taking up the slack were Leading rcboundcr was Cooper
Frank Long and Pat Diggs, both with 12 for the evening followed by
with 14 points and who were main Long with seven and Diggs with six. Contemporary
factors in the Tornado win. The Tornadoes were able to hit 25 of Wood Credenza Wood Desks
"Frank Long and Pat Diggs came 49 from the floor for almost
through with some big plays in the 50-percent. An appealing complement to the walnut desk Walnut Walnut melamine laminated panels end matching high
second half," said Coach Godwin of BHS 25-7-57 melamine laminated panels with a high pressure laminate pressure laminate tops thaI resist scratches and marring.
their efforts.At top. Both pedestals have file drawers over ball drawers on Ball bearing metal suepension drawers. Double pedestal A J
Cooper 6111 Mitchell 117, Lang 7-0-14
full extension elides File drawers accommodate letter or Both pedestals have file over ball drawer with lock In
the end of the first quarter, BHS Oigqs 4-114, Smmon 30 .. right
'legal files. Center section
Cloy 24.2.50 features binder depth storage tile drawer. 29" high.
was up by one, 12-11. At the half, theTornadot.s behind sliding doorB.Top Is 1S"D 1168"W II 29"H. 186 Ibs.
Drat, 1 02. Me Daniel 104, Robinson 104, Dot-
held slim 26-20 advan.tagI' '
a 532000
30.eo -220 Iba. Rep.
wylor MIS, Bryant 50 10, Bryant 6 1 13BHS 25879 .iu
OEH2-30fJ0OP NOW
$306.00
Reg. 29599
Never giving-up, the 2-9 but tough II 14 11 IB 57 DEI t2.1866SP lOW
Clay High team stayed) close but the Clav II f 10 JO 50 31..7Z'-27Zlba. Reg. 537500 30329OEH23tJ720P

six point held up in the third quarter.The Upcoming... Now
Tornadoes rallied but could
,
BHS travels to Buchhol/ High in
the entirely out of
never put game
Gainesville tonight (Thursday, Jan.
reach from the fiesty Blue Devils until -

the final few seconds of the game. 9) and goes( to Keystone Jan.High 10)) tomorrow '.... .........................
night Friday, .
At the closing horn BUS was up by ,.", ,.' .
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only seven points in their third win of ,. .!. t ,. ". .. OM ;",- .
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Runners Regroupingfor ". :;-...-i..j.;, "" Associated "0' : r. ., '. SamsoniteEconostack

.,\" .'::.1i"it!, t Pads Associated .........:;r Chairs
... :<<< '1,,.: \ High quality sulphite Contemporary designed chrome frame has
paper ruled on two sides. Tyvek Envelopes stacking buttons. Assembled polypropyleneshell
86 Season at BHS 50 sheets/pad. Bonded olelln material offers durability and protection for all Is soft and form fitting. 41 Ibs

P.rlor.l.d I at top Imporlant papers and documents. Protective sell-stick flap.
99
$30.40
C.n.ry,Lgt. RId Reg. S7.30 Oz. 4 Lightweight and water-reslslant SOO/ctn. Chocolote' Brown DE4 830604-4 Reg
5a 8. OP3 C58CP lOW DZ.Plair..- 12. Block 0E46306.0495 79
By Don Sapp Lori Sapp, now a sophomore, Gluod 100/Box/ OP2-A90P Reg. $31.65 Bo. NOW I 125?: 24
HCT Staff Writer finished second in the state in the Conary at,Std.top Ruled. First date.* x 12* 26 t 0 NOW
Spring is in the air,at least aroundthe mile and 121 h In the two-mile run. .112.. I 11. OP3CS11C 100/Bo/ DP2-A9CFC Reg 53285 ea. HOW ..
BHS track where Coach George The 440-relay of Pal Barber, Kim Whl'e. Std. Ruled Reg. 5tO.95 Dz. 759 Plain'. 10-x 13"
Loper is making preparations for Adams, Felicia Davis, Roberta 1.112. a 11' OP3CS11W lOW 100IBOX/ DP2-A97P Reg $3600 e. NOW 28!! i

another season around the asphalt Williams and alternate Kelley 'efaratod 01 tap First Cleto 10' x 13' 29
oval. Jackson, who wound-up running for C.nary,Lg1. Ruled 100/Bon/ OP2-A97FC Reg. $3/25 Bx. NOW
According to Loper about 40 boys Davis, finished 12th in the state com 41/2'/ a 11' OP3 CS11CP S12.25 Oz. 49 Plain' 10" x 15' 30!!
While, LIII. Ruled Reg. 8 1001601/ DPIA9SPFlret Reg. $38 55 Bx. NOW
and 25 girls have expressed an interest petition. 1.112.111. OP3CS11WP lOW DZ. Class 10 15'
x 4171
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in coming out for the team this In girl's field events, Lisha Long lOOIBox/ OP2-AMFC RegS397SB.. NOW OI
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took first place in the shot and 12th in
In 85 he said there
year. were :'S1/. tftf Plain. 12- .1S.1/Z' OCII
Rag 9|
Ruled
about a total! of 45 boys and girls in- the discus at the state meet. .Cenary.-12X14OP3CS14CP/ La 10W" DZ. 100/Bo/ DP2-A110P Reg $48 20 Bx NOW O Dai
For the boys Paul McKinney hada
volved in the program. Feet Clan 12" x 15-1/2' QTIM
Practice will be every day after 12th place finish in the 880, and lOOJBcx/ OP2-A1WFC Reg. $ 150 e.. NOW OI ai

school, according to Loper, "rain or Robert Bellamy finished 10th in the ,,,
shine." First official meet will be state in the long jump. '
Feb. 8 at the University of Florida The sprint medley relay team of I't !: ,. .. .
f(1 .
Lex Sanders, Robert Bellamy, Tony '
Indoor( High School Invitational. IJ! '
No assistant coach has been named Jones and Jimmy Hankerson, with .\ P "l : 'i'$' ,;,.,, .
fill the vacated by alternates Terry Hall and Eddie : ':S .-
as yet to spot \; ... : -.::
John Sanders from last year. Loper Tennant, finished. 7th in the state .m ':_'':-
said he is hoping to have an assis- meet
tant, but isn't at liberty to say how A matter of special pride for i Tenex
far arrangements have gone. Coach Loper is the number of run- Ramped Edge Mat
Hoping to follow last year's suco- ners he has helped get athletic
In the two : Innovative chalrmat for low pile carpeting (under
scholarships past years
veteran coach sees 86 as a
the
cess,
!5/8" .
Including Features
From '84 it was Eric Lane and padding) ramped edge
bright spot.It Jones and Llt-NIng r for non-trip safety and easy roiling on and off.
from the 85 team Tony
looks to be a good one, says Clear tough vinyl with gripper back
Coach Loper. "We just have to work Robert Bellamy, all attending\ Desk Organizer 45 5 53-2S" X 12" Lip CD99
hard and be patient. Edgar Waters College.On DE4.A .V2-REO Reg. $74 25 NOW 0 U
his made It to the ladies side, Lisha Long and A complete office system organizer, with everything at Full width Desk Organizer. 4 movable dividers on top,
In 85, 170 runners 44
a 0-nollp
Pat Barber are also at Edgar your fingertips 3 movable dividers on top with three) 4 fixed sections below. 18-3/8'H > 58-1/4'W x 9-7/160. CO 89
In Class 2A DE4-Sfl400-V2-fl O NOW Of]
the state meet competi fixed sections below. 42 Ibs. Delivered assembled. Delivered assembled. Reg. $9240
tion. Waters with full scholarships.Three Rig. $151.110 Aeg.1181.50 3S a 48-/." X 10" Lip OH99
For thP girls it was Roberta other members of the '85 18-3/8'H x 4MM-Wx 9-7/16'D. 59 Bleok/Walnut DK3-20O-BW 191)99utlyfCak Of4-SS34a.Vi.FteO Reg. $58 50 NOW OSJ
William in the 100 yard dash In team were offered scholarships, but, Black/Walnut DK3-1DO-BW 113 / DK3-2OO-PO/ NOW ICejU 44)I 0-3V a 10' Lip
which she placed 8th in the slate according to Loper, didn't exercisethe Putty/Oak OK3-1OO-PO NOW DE4-SW460-V2-REO Reg. $89.20 NOW 61119 I I'I

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14iqq Twelve of 875 enrolled at Bradford DeSue, Jennifer Dodge, Gayle
Middle School, or 1.37 percent of the Douglas, Sarah Douglas, David
student body, earned straightA'sfor Dunlap, Allison Farnsworth, Aimee
the second six-weeks grading Ferguson, Jennifer Foray, Donnie
period which ended Nov. 19! Francis, Stephanie Gainey, Saman-
i Another 101 students, or 11,5 per- tha Jones Stacy Jones, Kevin
cent of the BMS student body, earn- Krack, Vateria Krack, Tina Lind-
I ed all A's and B's for places on the sey, Lori Mann, Angy McChesney,
A-B honor roll Beth McKinney Daniel Moss, Dana
Norman, Jignesh Patel, Elizabeth
t Straight A students, by grade, Rathburn, Carl Richie, Vincon
0\- are : Robinson, Shana Schmitt, Leslie
Shemer, Eddie Siegmund, James
+ Eighth grade: Starling, Misty Telken, Arkeva
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Cynthia Davis, daughter of Mr. Williams, Vicki Williams.
.,. and Mrs. Edward Davis of Starke.

) T Scott Duncan, son of School Supt.
and Mrs. Jim Duncan of Starke. Seventh grade:

I.4 \ Kim Johnson,daughter of Mr. and Ashley Alday, Brandt Barrett,
Mrs. Jerral Johnson of Starke. Regina Bass, Christina Bath,
Len Looney, son of Mrs. Carol Michael Becker, Traci Bell, Shae
)' z' e Looney of Starke. Blom, Michelle Brown, Dawnya

i, 1 & Jason Pilcher. son of Mr. and Mrs. Burns, Wyntriette Chandler, Kim
1 Jerry Pilcher of Raiford Cumming, April Dicandio, Tyler
Mark Shuford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elder, Amy Fletcher, Melissa
: James Shuford of Lawtey Frampton, Mindy Gnann, Michael

; p Griffis, Holy Hersey, Patrick Hurst,
Seventh Grade: Amy Jones, Trammel Jones, Jen-
I f. j j ? Brian Canova, son of Mr and Mrs. nifer Kight, Sharea Myers, Deborah
Canova of Kingsley Lake. Nichols, Alpesh Patel, Danika
Karen Coleman, daughter of Mr. Richardson, John Robbins, Kim
and Mrs. Coleman of Starke. Ross, David Smith, James Smith,
% 1 Josh Crawford, son of Mr. and Kevin Snow Kyle Starling, Lori
Mrs. Steve Crawford of Brooker Starling, Carla Stephens, Tushina
Blaine McChesney, son of Mr and Vanzant, Jill Williams\ Monika
& Mrs. Ken McChesney of Starke. Williams
Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke.
,- Sixth grade:
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Sixth Grade: Stephen Agin, Kenya Atkins, Kim
". Jane Stanwix-Hay, daughter of Busby, Angela Clempns, Mary Coleman -
Mr and Mrs. John Stanwix-Hay of Jeremy Crawford, Misty

Hampton Oaks. Crawford, Sharon Cockerham,
\ Adam Cubbedge, Janice David,
Another 88 BMS students earnedall Kelley Duncan, Donna
A's and B's for a place on the A-B Eunice, Jay Groves, Mark Harden,
honor roll. They are, by grade:: Andrea Hewett, Deana Holiday,
BiMS Smarties... Stephen McElroy, Michael McKin-
I 'fhe12sUaighl-AstudentsalBradforddiddleSchuul1451Iii1: sriowle 101-\ Itii.iu "''''"tlit.. Josh fr.iuloril. IKinicllv Smith SUindiiiK: liljiiir :Me- ney, Cherish Manning, Christa
\\ 'ks grading IIN'lutllll'" Il-r, l>>' row- ('lirsn>, Sroll Diinciin. .l.ison' Pitcher, Cynthia Davis, Jane Slanwix- Eighth grade: Modesitt, Pam Patterson, Rebecca
\l bottom: Kim Johnson. Len I.ullnt'1: ... k Minimi), Second row : II.i.Not: shown: Karen ('olei nln. Allison Archey, Teresa Bassett, Phillips, Jennifer Richardson, Chris
John Berry, Link Bishop, Jamie Snow, Kelley Stewart, and Brenda
Bowen Chris Bradford, Kenneth Williams





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SHOP BCT Staff Writer Pest Control, Bailey Advertising,
CalculatorsNew t A Bradford Chamber of Commerce Tina's Turntable, China Restaurant,
heavy duty last 12-dlgit printer/ board members heard some good Lou-Ann's Azalea and Blueberry
:r HOW. Call I St. display calculator. Designed for rapid 99 J results from their recent member- Farm, Blankenships Chimmney
touch operatIon. AC only Reg $8500 68 ship drive at their last regular Sweep, Chicken Palace, Scott
r DMt-il-5140 NOW EA. meeting. Developing Company, Cross Dock,
964-5764 "The membership drive was extremely Inc., Elzie Sanders, Wayne and
a $' LsJ New sleek two-color 12.digit, desk successful," Chamber of Shirley Douglas, Lenore Welty,
$; Starke Fla. top printer/display calculator. AC only Reg $85 00 7159 Commerce President Mike Cooney George Pierce, Neva Flynn, Ester
:i DM1-71-505 .- NOW t told board members. "We now havea Hall, Jimmy and Sandra Alvarez,
total of 304 members with Dolph Reddish Lawtey Satellite
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desk top Drinlerldlsplaytalculator. BrS being added all the time. It was Shop, Starke Pawn Shop, Leta'sStyle
o AC adaptor Included. Reg $7000DM1 5 8 49 especially.successful for a one-week Center, 301 Quick Stop, Starke
-TI-5035 NOW EA. drive. We plan to start another one Tire Service, Fan and Stoves of
sometime in February" Starke, Roberts Real Estate, Little
[O] Sharp CalculatorSolarPowered +o' Cooney commended Chamber Champ Food Stores,Goodmans'Ser-
members Norma Dunn, Steve vice Station, Norman's Market, Purple
Wallet-Size c Futch, Phillip Johns, Scott Roberts, Gator Western Wear, Marion
Four key memory and lour basic arithmetic operations with tc i:1 ur VJ,, J.E. Tomlinson, Richard Welty and Tire and Battery Company
I 8-digit easy-to.read liquid crystal display ,, .; Job E. White for their efforts on the Pinehurst Grocery, New MethodCleanersHale
Reg $1295 8 99 Do membership drive committee. Graham, Schuh and

-... I DM1EL326A NOW "New members are a big boost to Associates, Coopers Inc., C and C
our efforts to promote this community Mini Storage and Pep 0 Gas and
I [ID Sharp ," Cooney said. "As this area continues Food Store.In .
Calculators to grow we will redouble our other business: Carolyn Autry
Print/Display efforts to attract new members." reported to the board the tie resultsof

UQVII7 New color AC/DC printer. with 12-digit Reg 99 The following chamber members the voting on the Downtown Progress
Liquid PaperCorrection bright green fluorescent display 56995 59 ; donated prizes as incentives for the by the Starke City
PPEN AC adaptor Included. DMI-EL.2192 NOW EA. participants of the membership program members it was a

(LED] Extra large 12-digit bright green Reg drive: Champion Travel, Lake vote "no-one was prepared for." "
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FI fluorescent display with power reciprocal $9495 78 E Region Travel, Badcock Furniture, "We will continue our efforts,
u I. and chain calculations AC only OMI-EL-iai7 NOW EA. Chastain's Jewelry, Econo Lodge of Autry told members. "If we have to
Liquid penetrates the paper and becomes Starke,Jackson Building Supply and do the project in bits and pieces we
part of It. Dries quickly, spill resistant TG, and Y. will do that. I really believe that we
bottle white 1 Reg. $1 49/btl New Chamber of Commerce can accomplish the same goals overa
Rubbermaid members include: Harry Green period of time that we planned to
Correction Fluid 09 do all at We will keep workingon
1 Auto Parts, Rawsons Supervalue, once.
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f>S3 56 01 NOW BTL SAVE Wastebaskets Gerald Griffis Construction, PatrickB. it, the project is not dead by any
Rubbermald Wastebaskets are easy to clean, won't mar floors or Welch and Associates, Record means. we just may have to wait
z6 furniture. Molded In color, will not scratch or fade. Junction, Inc, Hometown TV and longer than we anticipated to make
Appliance Rental, Sandra's Country the changes we all want. I'm excitedto
14-3/8"/ 10-1/4" 15" H.
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Reg $480 359 Kitchen, Corbetts' Tires and Ser- be a part of the effort
Black OKS.29SS.SK
Bilge 0X8.2956-SGE NOW vice, Davis Express Inc., homes Autry also announced that the
Beautiful of North Florida, Jones Chamber's Annual Banquet will be
c' 11-3/8" X 8-1/4" x 12-1/8"H. Craft Shop, Kentucky Fried held on January 25 at the Starke Golf
Faber Castell) Black DM.29SS..BK Rag$335249Permanent Chicken, Kevin's Paint and Body and Country Club.
Marker Beige DM 2955 BQf Shop, Mac's R and M Body Shop, In other Chamber business:
1 r' Tucker Asphalt, Ladybug Florist, Publisher Gene Matthews acceptedthe
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bullet tip. Neck ring A ti. 15-1/4" x 11-1/4"/ x 20"H.
Heavy duty chisel or 29 Business
Chamber's Award for
Black 08'2957-8/C/ Reg. $720 SW Discount Auto Parts, Cheryls'NuWaves
denotes Ink color. yy/ ,;, Beige DM.29Sr.BGE NOW U EA. Santa Fe Shooters Supply Improvement for the Bradford
CHISEL TIP x
Black DN2-70OO-BK Archie Tanner Funeral Home, Telegraph after a refurbishing of the
Blue DN2.700O.BE r gyp Genesis Hair Design, Vanns front facade of the old building on
ar El
Red DN2.TOGO.HO Vogel I Peterson Upholstery Shop, Catfish Sandwich Call Street in Starke.

Green OH2-7000-ON Wall Costumer Shop, Linda Johns, Halls'Bike Shop,
BULLETTIP Reg 511.1Sdz Suzuki of Starke, Starke Auto Cooney reported that 67 new
Black DN2 OH27007BERed .7007-BK 88 wall.Mount Two behind brushed door chrome or on ) Center, Garver Service Station, members were signed up during the
Blue
ON2-7007-RO 5 knobs for hats and two Strout Realty, Starke Radiator Ser- drive.
Green DH2.70O7-ON lOW 0t. walnut hangers on a
: 6" x 18' walnut Reg 55330!

C laminate panel.DE4WT123 4259 Comp Edilroin

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rO D m make some improvements, said student is supposed to have gainedin
Pentel 35% P'' 'S. Duncan. school. They are given in the 3rd,
Refill ""? Easily assembled garment rack In grades 6-8,209 students were involved 5th, 8th and 10th grades. In order fora
1,1 t with compactness and economy. in the communications por- youngster to graduate from high
Leads \ Durable chrome plated hanger tion over the year, with 179 taking school, the both the communicationsand
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for extra bar. 4' wide x 61" high math of the test givenat
polymer leads f' Reg $147.30T1779 both a preand post-test, accordingto portions
strength and flexibility. $ ''t." f 44lbS Hurse. 141 passed, 27 made progress the end of the tenth grade must be
12 leads/tube. 0.7mm lead. >'W' Dark. Ten. while 11 made no gains.A passed. If either one or both portionsare
BOc to IF '' DE4 S 48C-DTN NOW re-take
Rag -- failed the student can
math ,
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'i';': total of 203 were part
48 C .!t' remedial program, with 178 taking the test in order to graduate.
DN1uniform SOHDN4
-SO-HB HOW TB. r.':' IS Bankers Box both preand post-tests 151 com- '
the 84-85 school 44
the objectives identified for During year
Liberty SorterImprint pleted students were involved in the com-
Super Polymer leads feature darker them by the Bradford Compensatory -
for eaeler reading. Precise Organizes letter or'legal'size literature. Competency Test. munications remedial program for
lines resist smearing and Wood-grain-etyied steel' shelving and BHS juniors and seniors, accordingto
fading. leads/tube, 0.5mm lead matching corrugated fiberboard The Bradford County Compen- Myrna Lou Hurse, the general
28 ON.CSOS-1B partitions. Overall size Is 3O-1/2"W x Program has eight full-time director of the Comp Ed program. 38
satory
B DN4.CiOi-e Reg 80* tb' E 42"H x 13-1/8' D. Compartments areNB teachers and three part-time instructors were in the program long enough to
DN4CSOSHBf 9"W x M/2"H X 11-7/8-D./ both and
complete a pre-test post-
350 studentsat
serving over
H 0/V4-C503-F DN4.CS05.H 52 is Reg. $75116 59 99 five schools in the county. test, with 38 passing the SSAT by the
2H DN4.C505.2H lOW n DE7.1501J 110. end of the school year.
"The improvement shown is
representative of the dedication and A total pf 69 students were involved
committment to work toward the in the math portion, with 56 Completing
project objectives by students and both a preand post-test. 52
teachers who continued to create an were able to pass the math portion of
excitement for learning in Bradford the SSAT while four didn't make it.
County," says Duncan. All the students that weren't sue-

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lion to the Unulf, rd Hospital's! consli-uclion and minovation project building bane also, been ordered and \\ 11\\ he installed as soon UK they ;u'- .,.,
which is mm scheduled for completion this Summer. rive.A. 1.' l'
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:Mark ,,iedlin energy monitoring systems including a computor-dircctcd environmental "We led the ground Iremliliiig sonii'limes," Administrator 0'Slccii
BIT !Staff Writer control center which will direct the flow of energy where it is needed in said. "But thul's! exciting. Irs the sound of progress toward a big improvement -
the most elficient manner. in the quality of health care lor area residents! "
The skyline next to Bradford Hospital in Starke is rapidly changing, as
for
Gulf Contracting International has: assumed primary responsibility
four new stairwells tower over the landscape as part of an ongoing expan- "The will constantly scan the building to see where electricity the remainder ol the work on the new building including structural

sion project. with the i is: needed, and most importantly, where it is not required," explained \Ira mew cirk and the exterior concrete apron including sidewalks and
Construction of the new addition to the hospital is continuing Hospital Project Clerk of the Works John Mallory. "The com loading ducks.
structural steel work going in November while most of the masonry, _
up
(then automatically turn off a piece equipment, lights! ,
interior framing and electrical work i is: already complete. heating or cooling systems when they're not needed to save energy." First Ccremoiu. Kxciling:
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A "Topping ceremony was ut Hospital Spring
Construction, new elevators for (the building have been ordered and New technologies have made old building heating and cooling cont ruts! celebrate the progress ol a $7 million addition and modernization to the
should arrive this month.At obsolete, Mallory explained. of health
the
(utility which speakers said should improve quality care
the hospital, the ground in the adjoining lot was raised to the level of "The old building built in of and (that
was an era cheap energy, really available to residents in Bradford County and the surrounding. areas.A .
the present hospital building and a male of drainage pipes and electrical makes a difference in the performance of the two systems when you compare while steel girder, symbolic ol (the highest t point on the new building
connections were buried beneath the surface in preparation for the new. them on a cost by cost basis" Mallory said "We estimate, and this which has been rapidly changing the sky line at its location on SH2.'IO: and

building.The has already been proven on other buildings, that the system will pay for Collie Road in Starke, was signed by some ol the dignitaries in a crowd
new wing is now scheduled to be completed this Summer. itself within its first two years of operation." estimated t at 150 who turned out to mark a day of progress in the project.
"The building is essentially on schedule and we are waiting now for the
Bradford Hospital administrator C.K. "Kip" O'Steen was ma ter.f-
windows and doors to arrive so we can begin installing them, Knapp Construction of the new hospital building is having an impact here in ceremonies for the event, which also included a small tree in a planter

said. Starke in more ways than one. which was hoisted to the top of the new building on a huge crane.
The older building will be completely refurbished to match the new one The first phase of the project which includes the new building, has The highlight of the ceremony came when two acrobatic construction:
in the next already created up to 35 new jobs for area residents, while the second workers rude the white beam to the top ol the skeletal structure. They
After working with the sounds of a construction site next door duringthe phase which includes renovation of the old building, will be more com- raised the tension level for Iheiraudience with a vertical climbing exhibition -
previous summer, Hospital administration members are confidentthat plicated and should involve even more jobs perhaps 50 jobs lor people to the top beam, then thrilled the crowd with a fast descent on the tipsof
the new projects will signal a new, higher level of professional health from the surrounding area. I heir ruhber-shoed soles.
care for area residents Administrator O'Steen and his staff will transfer their patients, their Attending the ceremony were officials from Sanla Fe Health Care
records, files and many pieces of medical equipment into the new Sy t'mshich operates the hospital here. '
"These two projects will give residents in Bradford Union and Clay building late this summer, when the first phase is scheduled for comple- "This addition will make this community a healthier and happier placeto
Counties health care on par with some of the most modern facilities tion. O'Steen reports no problems co-existing with the massive construction live," said Ed Peddle President of Santa Fc Health Care
anywhere for a comparable size community," commented Bradford project going on right next door, and says his stall is looking forwardto SyslemsiSFHCSl, ), one of four speakers: at the ceremony. "Progess! has
Hospital Head Administrator C. E. "Rip" O'Steen. "We have no doubts (the move. come slowly but it has been worthwhile. This addition is a big step for
that as the addition goes up and the renovation of the old building is com Over 40,000 cubic yards of sand have been brought in to raise the levelof ward for this community."
pleted that we are entering a new era of health care here. Now that the the lot where the new building will be located, loaded in over 1,600 Joe Dunlap, Vice-Chairman of thf Board of Directors of SFHCS, a
walls of the new building has been completed, the exciting portion of the truckloads which have been coming into the site in a seemingly endless member who serves his position without pay, said he supports the "not
project will begin soon as workers begin {putting in the windows and stream since the project began. 2,000 yards of concrete have been poured lor protit" philosophy of the corporation. "We have some fine examplesof
finishing work. It's going to be an exciting time for the staff and the pa- and over 6,300 square yards of new grass have been planted throughoutthe that right here. The new fitness center, a better level of health care
tients here at the hospital." area. here and now this new building. We can now provide the best of healthcare
After O'Steen and his staff have completed their move to the new systems lo this community and all ol North: Florida"AI
The new steel supported building will feature a brick veneer and liberal building, normal operations will begin and the renovation project will Kay Carlisle of Slarke, chairman ot the Board of Directors of Bradford
placement of attractive greenery throughout the grounds and alongside proceed on the old building. Hospital, cited Guy Andrews a member of the board, and Mrs Anna
walkways to give the medical complex a modern appearance.In The building will be completely redone to match the new building and ,Felos, secretary ol the hoard, for their el torts in the project and called it a
addition to the improved aesthetics the new buildings will bring to will also feature a complete set of new equipment in the rooms of the old "giant step forward" for the community.
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Volunteers Make the Difference for Local Foster Kid

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By Mark Friidlii.IK Parents prGgtam and the answers, vide the service for a needy child. What are the child's
'T Staff Writer as prVi) 'K'() by the local HRS staff. Single parents can be foster parentsas while they are In foster parents care? doing

The holidays are a special time for W'bat> Vttfirt Care? well. They are working on their pro-
foster[ children in this area and this FoMK l Core Is a program designedto blems. With the help of the HRS
year a special group of volunteers in provide! a substitute! family life ex- What if I decide 1 don't want to bea counselors, they are attempting to / 1 /
the local community made the perieyreefor( 0 child in an agency approval foster parent after the training session adjust their lives and trying to make
season a lot brighter for that special (' household) who needs care ? the proper changes required to
group of kids."Because for t- temporary or an extended No-one is pressured or committed, make their homes a healthy place
of the tremendous period 10t \n\e.\ During this time thechild's but not everyone has the tempera- for their children. Sculpt. Carpetby
response to the publicity we received parents are either non- ment it lakes to be a good foster
in the Telegraph we received existi'ht! of hon-functioning.The parent. It takes patience, and givingof Are all children returned to their PhiladelphiaIn
enough money and gifts to ensure primary; goal of foster care is yourself and your time. HRS staffers parents? 8 colors 100% Nylon
Bradford and Union County Foster to r<' tJitj.afJilies or to ensure that say they never pressure anyoneto No. Afew years ago the only Reg. $10.95 sq. yd.
children a very merry holiday the I'j'Sld'\ will) leave foster care for a become a parent, no matter how the foster child had options to I t e
were
season," commented liltS perii>*n Spokeswoman Diane McClellan this pi'j>Vi week. "We can't thank the membersof withdraw. Plush
all t'iidrwi| arc entitled to physicalcare were 18. Consequently, hundreds of Carpet
this community enough for their emotional\ I assurance andt"dut'JIiC1f1,1 foster care children remained wardsof In 10 colors
children warm-hearted support. Some of the instruction. Foster care What else must I do? the state, moving from one foster to choose from
will" never forget their parching is:! tot a lifetime commitment A sanitation and fire inspection Is care home to the next. The state of
generousity. to child, but commitment to Reg. 9.56 sq. yd.
II a done on your home. If you live out- Florida realized that every child
Some of the for the HRS
Christmas sponsors be w\Hingful! during a child's side the city, a water sample is needs a rea I home,so new laws were 7.50
effort included
Attorney yd.
lifetime.Vhi/ taken. The sanitation inspector looks passed.If sq.
Terrance Brown, William : I
Attorney
for sanitation, a parent refuses or for some
sewage treatment,
Bessent, Attorney Dudley Hardy, \ >r* there children "01111'C'I'mlw' and structural problems in the reason cannot make the right 11 /
Terwillegar Motors, Williams ?! home. Your name must also be changes in their households to provide L. :
Jewelry, Florida National Bank, My'n'y;' ictulford( and Union Counties cleared through the Abuse a stable home, their child is en- I
Patrick Welch Land Ms. r e
Surveying
although children are also Kegistary. If there are any vaild sured a permanent home by being t
Betty Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Billy taki'll' yn'K'liivic-.s from place for .
adjoiningcoullle complaints you will not be licensed. up adoption.Isn't I
Alderman the Kiwanis Club, the
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!! v'hvii the need is great A criminal record check is also Commercial Level
Timberwolves
State
Community
Bank, Benjamin Branner of Lake made. Interviews with the prospective I Loop Carpet
\ that a drastic ?
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Vli.vrv lease children 1111111111111"1' parent let I he staffers know you
Butler, Starke Golf and Country the l'vl ? It Is never done lightly. You must
\Y ( \rv program/ your lifestyle, your parenting $5.99sq
Club, Captain D's, Mitchell's Drug r'memberthere must be I yd.
Mjiny reason\: Financial problems, abilities, and your own problems a compelling -
Store, Stumps' Department Store, marital t problems, poor parenting which we all have. Three written reason for the HKS to take a I
Bradford Video, Mr. and Mrs. John skillS, which leads to physical abuse references are required. child out of the home sexual abuse Suncoast 1 Carpet?
Gellenwaters, Badcock Furniture and lI\'f.\I.\ <>Prinking\ and drug probleMs health reason, ect. The majority of
140'S I Thpmpsoti Streelt
"We would also like to thank
abandonment| emotional children in the foster care program
McDonalds for sponsoring the 'Pick prcltJlel1)lI. ill health, death ofpart'Oty II' I become a foster parent, can I are returned to their parents
and Angel Program' and all those
casual abuse, eel. hate any child I want? I' 1
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Clellan said. "We would also like Yes. Your preferences are Shop at Home 11
to
Wily ltm'i frlatixrs and IrUiulsi'i respected. Where can I"t/ more lot mania.
extend a special thanks to the 11"\' {II (MM1, ('Ii ildren? lion? SERVICE CALL
employees of Florida National Nan troves:=! they do, and the HKS Call the Bradford HRS office in WE ALSO HAVE
Bank, Kiwanis Club, Badcock and slatl 'r'jI first\ goal is to find the flow lung/: would child be in my Starke at 964 8875 or in Lake Butler George or Tina
Grace Baptist Church for their" help.It neatest relatives who will accept the home? at 4962417. Leave your name and We will bring samples to you CUSTOM MADE CABINETS
was greatly appreciated. chill! into (heir homes. Sometimes II depends. Sometimes' its only a mailing address. A card will be sent AND REMODELING BY
there AI'nIJ relatives, or the day or two. Usually its from six months to your telling you the date of the 964-5849 or 473-4295
Picture a group of 16 children -six relVlvw <>ro unable to care for the to 10 years next training session. VAUGHN JOHNSON
teens, six elementary school age children some problems similar to
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support. pari'III01llel'\ times a child is placed -
Would you have room for one of \\/i uh a relative! and it doesn't workout _l : l : 11'"
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Vi'lwl l UKV" are the foster children?
Several Bradford County families JIJ "'\)ofhc infants to age 18. If an SENTRY SUPER
have, through the HKS Foster program 18-seat okl has not completed high
Now local liltS unit needs to sch/rol/ and is attending classes
find a few more families willing to regularly! they may remain in foster
help out a dis-advantaged youth who cure until\ they graduate. -
can't stay in his or her own home. ("KM i(iij,,11> <' !h' a foster |parent? JANUARY SALE
liltS Family Service Aide Diane the agency( ; first' asks' prospective SENTRY > <
McClellan and Social Service foster: parents to attend a foster
Counselor Hilda Doherty assisted parent training session and find out Hardware _
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The Telegraph in compiling a list of wlunhf\ program's about. Otherwise Sale : January = __ .
some of the most common questions \hyone who has! the room for a
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New Judo School Started HereBy r, .' ':'-::t,1 ."I.ir TELMEDDo


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Mark Frledlin concentrating on these skills. lik'ely to be "radical" in their ( on several healthcare topics. Call
BCT Staff Writer thoughts and ambitions; they havean
964-4S96 370-0007 and ask lor
Local interest in Judo and Karate The study resulted in several in- increased level of self-esteem; I or
_____ the so-called "martial arts", con- teresting findings one of which was and they are more socially in- V; any ot these tapes by number:
tinues to grow in the area with the that the person who had enrolled in telligent. It also turned out that 4 Hemorrhoids
addition of a new karate school plan- martial arts studies for less than one these traits were partiularly strong ,11\ 34 Anemia
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ned for Starke beginning January 13. years was no different from any in those who had attained the black r t I 84 Dizziness
The Tae Kwon Do karate academy; other average subjects who did not belt degree rank. 191 Varicose veins
is owned by long-time Starke resI- enroll in judo or karate classes. This Since aggressiveness is usually a 194 What happens when a disc
dent Dan Belcher and is located at would indicate that people who sign sign of low self-esteem, a lack of slips?
:U25 Lake Street in Starke. up for the classes are no different respect for traditional customs anda 201 Neck pains
The new school will have two from the rest of the general popula- lack of respect for society, the 567 Allergies
black-belt instructors First Degree tion. researchers concluded that the mar 724 Alzheimer's disease
Black Belt holder Terry Belcher and tial arts training was responsible fora 1140
Blood In the urine
Fifth Degree Black Belt holder A.J. People who were in a martial arts decrease in these characteristics.The ..,.. 1141 Kidney and urinary track
Allen, a noted Instructor who has class for a longer period of time, traditional martial arts train- Infections
relocated here from the New York however were found to be quite different ing puts a high premium on the obvious 1167 Insect bites
city area. although they all turned out benefits physical fitness and
Belcher says his main interest in to be positive traits the ability to defend yourself, while Tel-Med Is a free service providedto
opening the school here is to provide putting even more on other, more I the community by the Auxiliary of
youths with an "alternative to the The martial arts "veterans" turn- subtle atributes; students are train- I Bradford Hospital Inc
street mentality" through the highly ed out to have lower levels of anxie- ed in self-discipline, mental concentration -
disciplined training the ancient art ty; an increased sense of responsibility and a high degree of respectfor ---. -
requires. ; a decrease in the willingness others, not only in their practice
"Studies have shown that karate to take risks; they were less sessions but into all other aspects of ,
and the true martial arts decrease their daily lives as well. d
, hostility and are more likely to lead 11
young people to increased respectfor In a related study cited by the
their elders and the rights of Ei researchers it was also found that
others," Belcher said as he preparedfor 5T"Ai? K teenagers who have been in troublein
his opening day. "Our students school or at home, due to an aggressive -
will be taught the highest physicaland instinct and a lack of + o
mental skills which will include respect for the rights or the propertyof !4?
these attitudes." other people have changed for the I :"
better within a short period of time
Belcher and his instructors are
after putting in just a few months of
planning to personally coordinate a
martial arts i
program of karate training for each training. '1REDECORATE
individual designed to fit each dIfferent -
Researchers stress however that
person's needs these positive changes take place on ri1
"Everyone has a different body ly from martial arts training in the
and a different set of natural skills traditional oriental method.
Belcher says. "We think this will be New carpet is a basic ingre-
something new and important for i This is opposed to many modern dient in redecorating. The entire
this I know there versions of the which teach
area. are many sport
look of a house, or a commercial
youths in this area who can benefit self-defense only, based on fighting I : establishment be
I from this type of training. It isn't all techniques. This is the approachthat can easily
work, although it takes dedication.It's along with the always popular changed with the addition of
a lot of fun as well." "Bruce Lee" movies that furthersthe Black Belt... carpet.It .
stereotype of the karatekas as Terry Belcher has a lirst degree/( blank belt and is ready to teach his is amazing how bright,lovelynew
The big increase in popularity of +--- fERnFlfDACADEMY aggressive troublemakers. skills to others! in the new judo ,school in Sliiike.Plans carpet will change the decorof
martial arts training had led to some Ins the school were delayed ill.pre.| s I lime Tuesday lIihtht'll/( any structure, commercial or
concern by law enforcement The new studies, al s with the Ih..dlt'I'a. denied inning I /( change/( l h\ Slaikt-City Council. lie says residential. And, you can put it
authorities and the general public positive results of In ing in the he "Iill..lall. to open the "school ,soon mill anyone interested( I} call lorinformation. down the economical way one I
that the practitioners of judo and true martial arts shoutu help put an '
_ karate the "karatekas" (martial end! to this false image. room at a time.
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A recent study by researchers at public is invited to attend this worship service.
I Marshall University released by the
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Location : Life and Praise
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personality which did not focus on Hwy. 301
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William E. Folsom micharls, Pa.; one brother, Louis Texas and Walter Mozo, Jr., of Frances Townsend of Gainesville. SAWYER
William Folsom of Orange City; and four Charlotte, N.C.Graveside Graveside funeral services were
Karl Folsom, 54, of
funeral services held
grandchildren. were
Wednesday, Jan. 8 in Townsend
Keystone
::1 in Heights, died Friday, Jan. Funeral services were held Tuesday held Wednesday, Jan 8 in Evergreen Cemetery in Grove Park Fla., with APPLIANCEiSUPERMARKETYeariend
Reserve Camp lllanding Military Jan. 7 at St. Williams Catholic Cemetery in Jacksonville. Inter- Bishop Leslie G. Folsom officiating.
from injuries received in a Church in Keystone with Father ment was under the direction of Interment was under the direction of
motorcycle accident. Tom Gordon officiating. Intermentwas Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Jones FunE'ralllome of Keystone. Clearance
Born in DeLand on June 30, 1931: ,
in Ciissadaga! Cemetery in Lake Heights.
:Mr.
Folsom moved to Keystone from Helen, Fla., under the direction of In lieu of flowers, contributionsmay Frederick M, PrescottMr
Cocoa in Aug., 1985. He was a be made to the American
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Frederick Marcus Prescott,
member of SI Williams Catholic-
Church and a veteran of the Korean Cancer Society. 55, of Lawtey, died Friday, Jan. 3 in
and Vietnam Wars. Retired Mrs Grace Hail Frederick A. GrayMr. St Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville
military, he was employed with Mrs. Grace Vasco Hail, 95, of following a long illness.
Camp handing Military Reserve Starke, died Sunday, Jan. 5, in Frederick Alan Gray, 26, of Born in Highland, Fla., on Sept. 21,
and a member of American Legionin Whispering Pines Care Center Melrose, died Friday, Jan. 3, in 19io: Mr. Prescott was a lifetime
Keystone, Interlaehen VFW and following !! long illness. Melrose following an automobile ac resident of Bradford County. He wasa
the Lions Club in Rockledge. Born in Waycross on Dee, 27, 18IO! cident. member of Highland Baptist
Survivors include his wife, Marion Mrs Hail moved to Keystone two Born in Gainesville on Feb. 10, Church and a retired Vocational Instructor
Grossman Folsom; three daughters, years ago from Jacksonville. Mrs. 1959, Mr. Gray moved to Melroseone with Lawtey Correctional '.WE'RE OVERSTOCKED-PRICES SL ASHED HURRl
Toni Marie of Keystone, Rhonda Bail was a member of St. Pauls and year ago from Gainesville. He Institution.
St. served in the U.S. Navy and was a Survivors include his wife, Evelyn -- -
Watkins of Norcross, Ga., and Beth Johns Episcopal Church in
Higgmbotham of Spraggs, Pa.; four Jacksonville. She was a homemakerand self-employed tree surgeon. L. Norman Prescott and one 'Af! 'k v"19
sons, Raymond Folsom of Lee's a music teacher. Survivors include his parents, brother, Russell Prescott, both of .w P
Summit, Missouri, Marc Folsom of Survivors include daughter Grace Simon and Elsie Gray of Wiggins, Lawtey.
(iainesville, George Riess of Moro of Keystone; two grandchildren Miss.; brother Simon A. Gray of Funeral services were held Sun
Keystone and Wade KICKS of CarSmithsonian- Grace Snider of Denton, Ricksburg Idaho; three sisters, day Jan. 5, in Longbranch Baptist
Elizabeth F. LaFountain of High Church with Rev. George Chism,
Springs, Sara G. Loper and Angela Rev John Chasteen and Rev. Lester
E. Gray, both of Wiggins, Miss.; Austin officiating. Interment was in
paternal grandparents, Simon and Longbranch Cemetery under the
to Select Ruby Gray of Wiggins, Miss.; direction of Jones Funeral Home of MAYfAG x
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Bradford( County suffered a sad Sept 1 12 Charles Glen Addison 21, ? ,, l ,: ,, Co 1 ttll flt'J4Jrr'r' 1
soar IN flic wise with 14 traffic of Kevstoiullet|>hts, ell'd11<'n his w l !
'lal ihlu-s during 1985. Perhaps it was vehicle went out of control became ;.
more of a shuck since only one death airborne and struck; a tree on SH-18
was traffic related in 1984 that near US-301. I
death occurring late in the year on Albert Wesley Johnson, 68,of Worthington :-
Doc, 11.Union. Springs died in a hl.'ad.on
County was free ot fatihties collison with a semi 3.5 miles south
in 19B4 but had two deaths traffic of Starke on US-301 Oct. 11
i dented!! in 10B5. Jennifer Hose llalty of Long ;;(I
Three of the 1085 accidents in Beach N Y was killed when her
Bradford were alcohol related family 198i: Country Squire motor t-.c..i't
however those three accidents took home ran off US-301 near Market & Al'J I', )Py ,.
six lives Road in Starke and hit a power pole i
The fatalities were spread Sunday afternoon Dec 22 The impact y 'Y tw9a
throughout the year with only threw the 11-year-old forward
:\Iarch. August and November being inside t the motor! home and she suffered >w-- a Pr. a .-a, +..rra., I
'tee of fatalities fatal trauma to I the head, neck r!
A recap of the year's fatalities! and face,
allows; I
John Joseph Banister, 42, ofSlnl'k
A 14 'ear-old Arthur
> Lawtey boy considered
(' was first a traffic
Icnkins, died at the scene alter he
IlilaillivIwn his vehicle was foundin
was struck while on his bicycle ditch
a on CK-18 near Hampton
.January/ 5 on CK-225 ,
Keli 2 Investigation of the accident
An Orange Park man Ivan A. revealed: Banister had been shot( in
dilhorl, 26, died Jan. 13 when IIP lost !
I the head causing his death not! the
i'on)ml of his car after driving traffic .undent ...a a...
i recklessly on US-301 south of Stai ke,
his 1981\ Plymouth crashed into a Union (C'omit One Fatality...

i'ulvrrlJames. Union County had two traffic This molar home was the death vehicle tar nn I -\(.III.-o..I. New; York girl I US-iOI: Market ltd. in Staike on l>i>c>. 'it. The remainder of her family
Kip Boutte, 17, of KeystoneIleiglds fatalities resulting from two who was Iti.iillonl ('uullt'lIlaollalllilv; In I'lKl.! : Her death occurrril on escaped uninjured when the vehicle struck u pow :>"'"
\ died in his vehicle as he
'1.1\'riled north on SK-21 April 13. His separate accidents, neither were U_ou 0 uuuUu.'U"U'IIIIIIII.r.a.l'rI'L..L..M
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vehicle crossed the centerline and alcohol related according to the
ruck I a southbound car. Florida Highway Patrol ADVANCED ELECTRONICSTV
A 12:!'year old Starke girl, Linda An B7-vear-old Tampa man, Felix vidence. It is suspected Olivia suffered
lluhelle Edenfield, died May 2H Maria Olivia was killed when his a heart attack
vehicle tailed to slop at the intersection A Virginia Beach woman, June
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( Roy's Grocery
J home May 25 home mi prorate property The accident \ June 25 on SH-100 and 121 near -
Kpyslonl.' o('(Cured I 9!i miles east ol Pro- Lake Bull'r.Eddie .
A Heights woman ANTENNA
<(2.> t"ar-old Judith McOarth COLOIMBIRa1Z i
Williams, was killed when she lost Good Looks See What You've BeenAlso
(onlinl of her 1981 Dodge which ran
Have 9,10.101A ft. Systems
of.f the road and overturned She was Missing!!
1''IWarr.n.q on Sw I dI Mr.luylnnA
.oitod] from the vehicle and pinned \ ......
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underneath June 2 on SIl21Kehecca :! 4 .M. r..,,, ?,Yan/wNnalryu./.,, 10' Systems Starting from
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starke homemaker was killed June Starling p ./ run b YUnS vu;...(,i n.Anvil rynnSlvYn.MV I M ghSl'U'ijIfi.111 MWUmWu $ 9 9 5O 0
14 on Call St. as she pulled liom the \ I+ -Inn llArr lrpin,Ayllrnrnl9
drive in front of her home her vehicle is ready IlrOar Mon nn Wtluyal Wrxl Poanerro
was stuck in the driver side bya over 144 channels space
eastbound vehicle to Save You Money Shi IMl > 10 And 12 Ifitv
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Little three-year-old Heather
on a Car or Truck ui,tn c<*>
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Sales and Service
June 22 when she was struck by a .* '' '; tj&i OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET rnrolAnny 1
vehicle near her home on SK-2.25
near l'S-301' "+i sr8'i *n : ,fc&X'Ti New or Used
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killed Julv 20 when a semi ran over Call Eddie Today! UPDATE YOUR PRESENT SYSTEM
their vehicle on SR-100 south ol 1 I

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Aaron Johnson, 9, died from injuries
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Briefs' ;

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Dies ed with this," said Major Charles David Adcrliolt. Bond was' bet at Raul Morales, 28. of Alachua was Tony Carl Waddrll. 23, of Largo John L, Williams,' 67, of Law lev
Motorcyclist Hall. $2,000( she was released on her own. arrested Jan. 1 for driving while was arrested Jan. 5 for wilful- was arrested Jan. 4 for DUI, acmeding
Alter Hitting Deer "It humbles you again," he said recognizance license suspended, according to wanton reckless driving and OWLS, to Patrolman Hinds. Williams'blood
"You realize that you cannot have Patrolman M. D. Spears. Moraleswas according to Patrolman Paul Koden alcohol content was .20 percent
A Keystone Heights man died Friday I that much effect on drunk driving. I II I Robert U e Yeager, 22, of Starke released! after a $210 surety Bond was set ul $:'Ui7(; 50 he was Bond was set at $500. he was
hil afternoon when his motorcycle is up lo(the driver." was arrested Jan. 1 for disorderly! intoxication bond Will posted released on his own rlrognlrance' released on his own recognizance!
a deer in Camp Blanding. Florida reported 17 deaths duringthe according, to Patrolman
William Folsom ,
Karl 54
was 3(1: ( hour holiday period that endedat M H. Paris. Bond was set at $52.50
driving his 19113: Honda motorcycle
midnight Jan. 1. Officials' had he was released on his ownrecogm.inre .
north on Avenue B in Camp Ltl.mdmg "FRESH
nine deaths. Thirty-four
: when a deer ran across the road predicted New r
about 4:30: ( pm. Jan. 3. When Ihe people Year's holiday died during period a.last longer year Franklin George Wilkes, 18, of BB3i EH9
motorcycle hill I he deer Folsom was Eleven of the accidents causingthe Bradford County was arrested Dec oiiiiANS
thrown to the pavement, said deaths were acohol related( and 30 on additional charges of burglaryof
Trooper Carl I lea I on. the cause ,of three accidents are a structure, grand theft and petit
Folsom an employee al I the unknown. The accidents involved theft, according to Investigator i
military reservation was pronounced mostly young people. Ten ()flw\ Aderholl.
dead at Humana Hospital in
fatalities were people under :all) and
Orange Park, according to another (two were 31 years of age. Claude Waldron of Union Countywas
Homicide Investigator Craig One-fourth of the accident victims arrested Jan. 7 on a violation of SALE PRICES IISIIVfD"IE OU."IICHfS
Perkins, were pedestrians probation warrant from Columbia! GOOD THRU MARKET
Resident Elsewhere in the nation, Virginia County according to LI. GlenMum'I' WED..JAN. 15
Bradford ACCEPT
recorded 16 traffic deaths, Texas Waldron was released' to Col- FOOD
To lie ArraignedIn counted 14 and Ohio counted 12 Nationally umbi.i County Jan. 8, U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE STAMPS
964.6071
Jacksonville CourtThe a total of IK.t: people lost
their lives in accidents. Arrests in Bradford '
tax evasion ease against
Bradford County resident Konald E. Recent ArrestsIn For Traffic ViolationsThe Norman.s Meat Specials .
Newman was transferred individuals .
Bradford following! were arrested .
Middle CountyThe
U. S.
to the
in Hradlord County for traffic'
District Court in Jacksonville, following arrests were madein violations.
By a pro-agreement Newman will Bradford County by local T-Bone r Family Pak Fresh CutLeg
plead guilty to one count according of filing authorities Thomas I Edward Bassham, 49, of Steak . $079Ib.. f GroundBeef ... j:"
false income lax return
Putnam Comity was arrested Jan. 2
Paula Elaine Tanner, 25,ol Starkc \
to U. S. Attorney Patricia Keruin. under influence (DUI Boneless
for driving )
Newman's arraignment has been set was arrested Jan. 2 on capias charging according lo Trooper Dean Pescia. f Quarters t 35c 1b
for January 17 at 2 p.m. He faces a two counts of burglary, grand
possible three-year imprisonment\ theft and Iwo counts of grand Ihefllirearm Basstkitn was released on nis own Steoin-

and/or a $10,000()()( tine, said Kerwm. I according lo Investigator' rfcognrfineeEbENDft'S --- 88C. Thighs &
A federal' grand jury in the Nor
thern District at Tallahassee returned Market Sliced Fresh Drumsticks 5 9 cOver Ib,
a three-count indictment against d J 3 Ibs. Ground
Newman for tax evasion In 1177! 19711 Bacon 98clb. $ Whole-Twin
. 179Ib.
and 197! last spring.: Newman's case Round 57 Clb
was scheduled for trial in Fryers .
Gainesville in July but the casereceived .( SHEAR DESIGN
a continuance at thai time '
and placed on the October trial 1t.. /Hf "In the TLC Center". Mormon's Produce Specials
docket In December the case was fI
transferred to the Jacksonvillecourt. r--
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Florida Leads U. S. Perms . . . $2500Reg.. 135 You Want... I $100 "
Apples 3 Ibs
Holiday FatalitiesFlorida NORMAN'S is ;

Highway Patrol officials Frosting . . . $1 500 Reg. '25 the place to 10 lb. bag G..w

were stepped-up discouraged patrols Jan.and 2 tlwt campaigns despite WITH CHRISTINE ONLY shop. Now Wt. Potatoes 88CAvailable ,-,

against drunken driving Florid 1 i had -
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f NOTICE starke Area Want AdSMOTORCYCLES 1

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub
rTutted to the Bradford County

Telegraph office in writing and paid In
advance unless credit, Is already
established with this office. BUSINESS FOR RENT

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD
ll* SUZUKI Quad Sport 229cc engine OPPORTUNITIESGOOD
RESPONSIBLE FOR
MISTAKES IN with reverse. Less than 12 hrs. rlden. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK rUliU .U '
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER t
H THE TELEPHONE. $1900 FIRM. 533-2460 after 5 p.m Itpd BUSINESS FOR SALE $10,000 Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. (
Recreational vehicles
welcome. Phone
Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75, 1/2 down. OWNER will finance and tupply
then 10 cents for each word thereafter merchandise on consignment 9647498. 9/16 tfn REALTY
EFFICIENCIES, studios and one BR apart ,
1.904.373.191711/29 TF ,
.
ments. Electricity Included. Low weekly
YARD SALES OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful discount -
rates. Palms
monthly Apartments,
shoe store. Nationally known brands
: 2314 N. Temple Ave tfn PHONE 964-7776 .
CARS & TRUCKSMUST GARAGE Jordachef Bear Traps, Marshmallows,
SALE baby and chlldrens Items NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2
and clothing, changing table, 2 double Bondollno, 9 West, Noturallzer, Gloria BA apt For more Information call Lake 205 N. Temple Starke
SELL IMMEDIATELY: 1982 Corvette, strollers, toys, Home Interior decorations Vanderbilt, Capelio Johansen Evan Butler 496-3141.
loaded with extras. Beautiful car Best adult clothes, furniture, Picone and many more. All first quality _.. **ty Housing.Apts. 6/7 tfnchg Equal OpporJ CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
offer. 964.8809. 10/10 TFchg microwave cart, tools, grill and accessories merchandise $16,900 to $19,900 In--; ONE! BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N. PREFERRED PROPERTIESLOTS

THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford, royal blue, all VCR tapes and cases. Pratt eludes beginning Inventory training Temple Ave In downtown Stark.,
white int., AC cruise, tilt steering AT St. toward. Saratoga Hts. 9Q4-7366 or fixtures, grand opening promotionsand $50-$75/week Including utilities. Nodeposits Golfvlw Acres Lot 16 $ 9.500
with overdrive. 47,000 orlg. mil... One 9648793. Saturday 10-2 p.m. Itpd 1/9 round trip air fare for one. Call to.
owner. Call 533.2403 after 6 p.m. TF SATURDAY furnitur., clothes, fishing day. We can have your store opened In 9646566.103 required TF 964-5139 or Mimosa & Bsent 3 lots $ 6.900

1969 BRONCO 4WD, 302 V8. Stan, trans, equipment, garage junk 16 hp riding 15 days. Prestige Fashions, 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No Klng.l.y Village Lots 21, 22 $ 5.500 I

radial RVT', whit. spoke rims, mower with disc harrow, etc. Hwy 16 501.329.2362.Itpd 1/9 pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call S.R.100S Lot 8(1.37( ac) $ 5,000 :
AM 'FMf cassette, flare kit, completely and Morgan Rd. next to Handy Way 4681323. 10/3 TF SOaksSubdiv.Hwy 1 lot $ 10,000 I
rebuilt and painted no rust. Exc. Itpd 19SATURDAY BOATSBOAT
LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concretepotio
cond., see to appreciate 4200. 1/11:9.5 p.m. 4H!' Broadway water furnished, close to prison. 16 W Lots 1,2Lot 10,000 i
782-3660. TF St. Itchg 1/9 Crosby Lake 22 $ 17,000
$95/mo. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF I
TRAILER $150.9.8 motor,
: Mercury
1972 964-6867 TOYOTA demons.Mark II.1/9$600 OBO. BIG GARAGE SALE Sat Jon. 11, 9.3 good condition $400. Two trolling TWO BEDROOM: 1 bath house In town. Country Club Lot / $ 8,000 i

1979 CAPRICE Classic Itpd: AM/FM stereo p.m. 1102 Colley Rd. 2 single' beds with motors, $50. 964.4248. Itchg 1/9 Call 904.437.3308 between 8:30-530: : 301 North 10 lots $125,000
mattresses, Toyota Chinook B Mon-Frl. I1/28TF I'
AC PS, PB $1500. 9644828. Itchg 1/9 track tope deck clothes, games camper, much NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished 1BR Country Club Lot 9 $ 9,500Sampson
1981 FORD TRUCK F10O tool box, 6 cyl, morel I Itpd 1/9 LAND FOR SALEONE apartments with kitchens, located next Lake (waterfront) 2 lots $ 17,900 ea. I
MT AC,
AM/FM.
1 19 $2,800.964.4110. Itpd to Tenneco station In downtown Sampson Lake (.waterfront) I lot $21,900

1974 PLYMOUTH: $300 or best offer. HOMES ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road no Stark. $50-$75 per week. Call W. Madison 2 lots $ 27,500

Runs. 964-4228 for more Info. NC 1/9 FOR SALE down payment $75 per mo. Call TWO 964-5139 ROOM days furnished or 964-6566 efficiency eves 12/5TF In Crosby lak Inlet 4 lots $ 15,000
1979 RENAULT LeCar 1550. low 964-5606. 10/4 tfn
mileage, Lawtey.: No children. 7823458.1219TF Bessent Rd. 23 lots $ 7,000.0.
LOTS I ACREAGE 20 down I
good condition. 964-8848 or 4733627. : percent ,
1 9TF WOODEN HOUSE:20x20. tin roof blocked balance In five years financing by ONE t TWO BR APARTMENTS, 606 W. ACREAGE
up ready to move $500, 431-1050 tfn Madison St. 9648431. 12/19TF
1981 DATSUN 310 excellent owners 964.6853. 12/13 tfn.
speed 3300. 964.8848 condition 4 CB HOME: 2BR, 1 bath, good location ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. ONE BR APARTMENT Central Heat and Brownlee Rd. 36.43 acres S 82.332

1 9TF or 4733627. and condition. $3,500 down. Baloon 3500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call Air furnished or unfurnished, Waldo 10 acres $ 25,000

1980 FORD 4WD black, short $18,000 at 12%. $300 per mo. Balance S 964-5606. 1/03 tfn available soon Near town and Lawtey 29 acres $1,600/ac.
yrs. Some parts neg. to fit budget ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY schools. 9648601. 12/19TF
wheelbase, stepside V8 AT, loaded. Graham 14.5 acres S1,625/ac.
964-8251 (keep trying). 11/28.F TWO LARGE 2-room kitchenette: utilities
low mileage. 5000. 964-8313. ROAD: $3,000 no down payment, $70
19 Itchg BUY THIS HOME like rentCB, 2BR, IBa per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn furnished. Underwood Motel 3'/ Graham 10.51 acres 1625ac.
house. Good location. Good condition miles North of Starke. 12/19TF 301 S. 2.5 S 15,000
75 DODGE DART: V8 engine with LOT IN CITY: $6.000 Call 964-5764; after Hwy. acres
$3,000 down balanc. $18,500 at 11% BEDROOM In large home near Hampton.
manual trans 964-4875 oft.r 6:30: 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tin Country Club 9 acres $ 49,000
p.m.
Just $260 per month. Phone 964-8251 $125 per month incl. utilities and kit
Itpd 1/9 1/2TF chen privileges. 463.2515. 12/26TF 230A & Wilson 4.78 acres $ 12,000

1979 F150 4x4 Good condition. $2,800 or NICE 3/1 BY OWNER Just out of town. NICE ROOM: private bath. 9646035. Lawtey 5 Ac. Woodlawn $ 14,000
$500 down and take
over payments.Call PERSONAL SERVICESNEED
Wood stove, central heat/AC. Prettylot. 1/6TF
Hampton 438 acres 1000ac.
964-6134 after 4
Itpd 1/9
p.m. 964.5997. 1/2 3tchg 1/16 FOR LEASE: 2000 sq. ft. building on 301 S.
1982 EXP good condition, roof. Takeover 230 E. 40 acres $100,000
sun
.
THREE BEDROOM brick home, CH/A 2 A TUTOR All subjects K-8, Certified Great for offices. 964 8848 or 473.3627.
$181
payments per month. bath, LR/DR fireplace, breakfastroom 1/9TF LawteyOff 20.16 acres $ 50,000
964-6134 after 4pm. Itpd 1/9 Teacher 533-2901 after 7 p.m. TF
1981 MERCURY CAPRI model gameroom. 560 Glendale St. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free SMALL COTTAGE on Hampton Lake. 301 S. 2'/ acres $ 8,300

block and gold, PS, PB:, AC sport AT T-top, 964-5468 1/9 31pd 1/23 estimates, Handy-Man Fence Co. Adults only. 4681829. 'Itpd 1/9 Off 301 N. 1 acre $ 2,500
cruise control, tile wheel REDUCED: 3BR, 2Ba, CH/A, FP on6acres Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now
recliningseats in Rd., Southside available at C&C Mini 12 ft. HOMES
$500 and t.o.p of $218.15/mo. city on Geiger near WANT TO DRINK? Storage.
30 mos left, next pmt due 3/1. Call Elam 68500. 964-5876. 1/9TF THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS ceilings, lights. power new reduced 628 Pinewood Home $ 27,800

684-4552 or 964.6215. Itchg 1/9 WANT TO STOP? MOBILE rates 964 8848. 1/9TF SR 16 East Brick on 1 lot $ 45,000Brook.r
HOME
THAT'S OURS : two BR furnished AC,
REAL ESTATE Alcoholics Anonymous nice yard and trees. 21st St. and Meng Home on 2 lots $ 45,000Rd.

1978 FORD LTD station 964-4150-964-6894-964-6219 Dairy Rd. 1 child max. $225 per month 230E Home $ 54,900 ,
wagon $750 or OUT OF STATE
best offer. 964-5232, after 6 964.6849. pd thru 2/15 plus deposit 964-6714. Itchg 1/9 533 W. Pratt Home & 2 lots $ 18,150 '
Itchg 1 9 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, SIX ROOM HOUSE for rent on Road 227.
9645559. Itchg 1/9 Hwy 301 S. Block Home $ 85,000
etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
MOUNTAIN LAND for sale by owner.
2 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 1 and 2 431 Center St. Frame HomeWaterfront $ 24,300
$100 down, financed acre
owner
1977 MONTE CARLO fully loaded. tracts. Nearby 3,000 acre lake. 1 'Vt Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, bedroom apartments. Stove, refrlg., Sampson Lake Home $ 68,000Lakewood
$1100.533.2676. l'92tchg 1/16 and drapes furnished. Southern Villasof
1976 FORD PICKUP 6 cylinder LWB hours north of Atlanta North Georgia. BULLDOZER 473-4973 2/26: Wanting tfn to do bulldozer Starke, 1001 S. Villas Drive (Hwy S/D HomeWaterfront $ 65,000

good condition, $1400. 964.4248. NC 404-276-2727 or 404.276.3668.fcan 256. work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for 16)). 964-7295 or 9644214. 1/9 2tchg Lakewood S/D Lot $ 25,000 I

1 19 work. 964.5606, 782.3333. Ask for 1/16 321 N. Myrtle Home (small lot) $ 55,000
Mark. 8/8 tfn RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month
615 N. Church Home on Slots $ 49.900Off
PAINTING & REMODELING quality workat and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker-
an affordable price. For a free Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF 301 N. Home $ 50,000Country

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On Club Home $125,000
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Roberts S/D Home $ 58,500
relaid. Serving Bradford County for 10 964-7530 or 468-1323.10/10 Tfchg !
years Bradford Septic Tank Service. THREE BEDROOM 1 both block home. HOMES WITH ACREAGECrawford

p0 9648121. 10/17 TFchg $350/mo. Edwards Rd ((100A). Rd. Home & 42 acres $145,000
DAY LABOR FOR HIRE If need help 9645606. 11/21 TF
m 964.5065 around the house or on you the job call TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT: All hook-ups Crawford Rd. House Chic. House $260,000 I

I I 964-5139 days or 964-6566 eves available Temple Motel', 9647357. 50 acres .. ._
aIPEALTORie' Reasonable daily rates 12/STF 12/12TF Brooker Home & 20 acres $ 55,000
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes FEMALE: will share large DW 4BR, bricked I
29th Home & 37.5 $144,445
St. N.W. ac.
e MH 16W with
I cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used on presentable
houses'srCmR' sewing machines for sale. James female. Washer/dryer available. 1 Hwy 100 MH with 3'/i ac. $ 50,000Hampton I

Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy child okay $95/mo plus ',. 9647907. Home 12 acres $ 85,000 r
16, Starke. 964.6733. 12/STF 1/2 2tpd 1/9
321 Butler Terr. Home on 1.96ac. 48,400 I
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I UNIQUE: will run errands, pick up and THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In Waldo,
deliver groceries, prescriptions, dry stove, refrlg fenced yard. $180 per DeerSpgs. Rd. 1 Singlewide & 1 DW $ 35,000Keystone I

cleaning small merchandise, etc Also month, 1st, last and $100 security On 2 acres !

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 chauffeur you In your car. Honest and deposit. 468-1509. 1/2 2tpd 1/9
reasonable. NOT A TAXI SERVICE. PARK RENTAL 28 ft. trailer By the COMMERCIAL VACANT

964-7907. 1/2 2tpd 1/9 month. 1 or 2 adults only. No pets 301 S near KOA 270' front 4 Ac $150.000 f
BABYSITTING In home day or night. Deposit required. Starke KOA Kom-
RESIDENTIAL my E. Call St. 5.5 acres $ 25,000 '
Infants on up. 964.8074. 1/9TF Aground, Hwy 301 S. 9648484. 1/9TF 'I
*SPECIAL OFFER FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY) Brick veneer home located In a HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting electrical MOBILE HOME on Gnffis Loop. Deposit W. Call St. Comm. Lot $ 40,000 I

distinct section of town, just 49900. To guarantee your private showing call today complete home repair. required No pets. 964-8816. Itpd 1/9 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS l

*PEACEFUL. LIVING! terrific value just 93800. 10 1/4 acres, surrounding a Call Reasonable Mitch 4733940.rates. Licensed 1/9TF contractor. ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment 120 E. Call St. Building; S 47,000 f
$160/mo. ALSO 2BR furnished
.
lovely cedar home with plenty of shady oaks to boot! LICENSED NURSE will provide room and Lights and hot water furnished. $200 apt. 301 (Dairy Queen) Restaurant S 90,000

*DELIGHTFUL cedar home, warm fireplace, large fenced yard, plenty of extra board for elderly person. Close supervision per mo $75 sec dep. No pets Epperson St. Duplex $ 50.000 !

storage Owner says SELLI) SELLI! SELL! 9647138. 19TFWANTED 964-8071.9_ 21chg 1/16 * * I
*$68,000 and you can own an exceptional 2 story home, fireplace, pool ample \
storage. All on one acre. FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath 390 Cherry EVENINGS l

MODERN CLASSIC. Elegant charm featured In this 2750'sq. ft. wonder. All Street Gas heat, fireplace, front and BILL DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 I r rI

modernized 4 bedroom, 3 bath, formal dining and living rooms Call for appt rear porch. 964.6365. Itpd 1 1/9 IRVING CLARK.JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121 !
ONE BEDROOM apartment CH/A, wallto
Must see to believe. WANTED: LEAD GUITARIST/Back-up wall furnished unfurnished WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454 I
*PEACE AND QUIET: Starter home on 1.65 acres between Starke andKeystone. singer Call Lee, 9648380. Itpd 1/9 carpets or
walled patio, off street parking CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408 'RANDY CORY 475-2597
fenced to SR 100. WANTED MATERNITY CLOTHES
Property easy access : : size
Best to call 964.8601 before 9:30 a.m.
*WALK TO EVERYTHING: from this solid 3 bedroom in family.oriented subdivision 16'/t and infant accessories. Will also 1/9TF f
close and churches babysit In home. 7823525. 1/9
to school shopping our Itpd 1
FOR RENT OR SALE: Like new 3BR, 1 bath
*GRAHAM AREA: Live quietly and peacefully In this 3 bedroom 2 bath, 2 car CHILDCARE NEEDED 3-9 p.m. each block house with 2,6 acres on Griffis i
garage, 4Vt acres conveniently located to Gainesville and Starke. Thursday. Must be dependable. Prefer Loop. 964-5445. Itpd 1/9 Tints Custom Cabinets
mature student with GPA. Call

BUILDING LOTS. ACREAGE 9644228. Itpd 1/9 *Cabinets *Re-Surfacing r:

LOVELY LOT: in fin. family area. Owner will hold financing. See to ap CHARLOTTE'S WEBB: Now taking consignment *All Types Cabinet Work Remodeling
Items. 'Clothing Toys 1421-Waterfront access 4BR 2Ba
predate Handcrafts New and Used Items. *Also Any Type Drywall Work
138 block home Little' Santa Fe lake.
OUT IN THE WOODS Mobile home lot In the country but close to work and on Work
ploy i N. Water St. Call 964-7100 964.5732, Oak shaded 1.5 ac. lot. Enjoy the New or Remodeling Ceiling Design

GUARANTEED to be |just the right size) Not too big. not too small 13.33 acre 964.8569.1/9TF quiet and privacy here Free Estimates
farmette. 3 parcels still available; one with home. A creek runs through this GOOD USED beauty or barber salon 1422-5 ac. farmette, 1'G miles to Call 964.6238 Tim Thompson

beautiful property with large oaks and pastureland DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE! equipment. Call Hairplanes, 964.4645. town pecan and fruit trees, corner . ,. '
Call now. 1/9 41chg 1/30 property and paved rd. "
420-55 ac. with new 3BR 2Ba brick

COMMERCIAL home East on SR 100. Owner will split

*BEST COMMERCIAL SITE INVESTMENT on US 301. 20,000 plus traffic count. and sell acreage.S4149 Carpet (Any | Scotchgard

Turn around in middle of parcel, bounded by County Roads on 2 sides, 1.52 FLORILAND ac farm.".. 3BR 1 IBa home, -.: Room $1495 is
acres with 190 foot frontage. Perfect for transportation or high traffic retail workshop, mobile home and MH CI n HalO) Available
business Priced to sell at less than $20,000. REALTY hookup, fronts SR 100E. Carpet

*COMMERCIAL UNIT next to Bradford Square shopping center, priced right. 399-3 BR 1Ba block home In town, Florida Cleaning & Dye Co.
964.7700 fenced yard, central heat must ,
VERY GOOD INVESTMENT: 2 units, Klngsley Lake area owner financing. see
FEDERAL TAX INCENTIVES AVAILABLE on this 12,000% sq ft. bldg. In 391, N. Tmp1. Aw., extras Included. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
V rnl P. Odom .0k.r.GII .
downtown Historical Section Cabinet-making business also available if 1402 -Small home In Raiford, newly

desired You won't find this much space for the money anywhere else. Good ----Jay-Thornton- -Attoclat- -- remodeled Inside Good starter We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean-
location for retail sales also. Call today home or r.ntallnll..tm.nt. $12,500. Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

ONE ACRE with fix-up mobile home. Only $10,000. 'In City: 3BR. 2 full baths, brick 1398-20 ac. 4BR 2Ba stucco home, work at low, low prices. Call now to make__ an appointment.

IMMACULATE: 3BR 2 bath custom built doublewlde, built-on family room, home: L-shaped LR and family room, mobile home hookup, pasture, pecan Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
step saver kitchen 2.39 acres. trees, $63,000.
pool, patio, garage and many other extras
*THREE ACRES with doublewlde, priced to sell "clots Graham area owner financ See our commercial properties, Call 964-4997 CallCheck

*YOU SHOULD SEE THIS 3 BR brick veneer and CB home on 2 beautiful acres, ing. 1 acre up. acreage, r..ld.ntlalll.llngs. OFFICE Yellow Pages In local phone book AN Work Guaranteed
has a stone fireplace, very nice appliances, garage, water softener assumable IS Acres 474' on 301 South. SPACE FOR RENT-Near Courthouse
mtg Lots zoned for trailers, '/> ocr. to $J5 Temple Ave t

*LAURA STREET: Lots of floor space, very attractive remodeled hone. only I'/i acre, owner financed, $500 Stance, Fl 33091 .

$31,000. down. G. STROUTREALTY .
KEYSTONE AREA Very nice 3BR 2 bath, large lot. swimming pool fenced Union County: land with paved road ,
lake mid 60's. on 2 sides, 20 minutes from
yard aces priced In R & J'S SAW SHOP

44900.*APPROX. 1700 sq. ft.CB house with appliances, fireplace, fenced yard only Gainesville.Commercial Owner Eullding financing...Call for WCOtPOIUTIO MO.M964M3I I

*GUARANTEED TO PLEASE) Beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath home with fireplace, details. 473-309 Worthington Springs 496.2534

cathedral ceilings, In a beautiful country setting nestled among 2 acres of shady
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oak trees.

Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR a BARGAINS FROM JPLfi' W '11.S Sales & RepairsChain

Sales Manager.. Evenings 964-4048 The Bargain Center Kitchen & Lavatory Faucets-

REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene &??,.? &
Faulkner 964-5142 ,"t'' W f<>.. Pipe' 'Insulation Weatherstrlpplng
Susanne Kitchens 944-7(30 Bob Matthews 964-7211 fie* -
Lou Young 964-752S lee Hardenbreok 473-7164 X 3" PVC Sen. 40 12-2 NMB Wire Saws & LawnmowersOPEN

.* Well Pumps $.79 ft. $17.95250' '.It| 6.50 per rail
LEE HARDENBROOK.APPRAISALS From 139.95
47J-7164 Mobile Home Supplies Llghtpoles I Cabinets a Electrical B Plumbing Supplies I'ou'


COMMERCIAL* RESIDENTIAL* ''' ,.., BARGAIN CENTER, I C.1.??. : Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00: : i

Rentals Available St..a 10.000 MI.c.llanu.ll.m.and Salvage "na
Carol Werner-REALTOR ASSOC. Saturday 8:00: 1:00:
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FOR SALE HELP WANTEDFULL RENT FOR SALE
NOTICE

CAMPER 171: 35' fifth wheel. American TIME REAL ESTATI SALESPEOPLE FURNISHED MH Melrose area. Has MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series

Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully self- Scholarship available! ERA TIHIn and porch on one acre. Responsible coupleor organ with double keyboard, base 1984 Monork lift boss boat ISOhp CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
contained price n.g. 5332411. Call Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W LayfayetteSt. bachelor preferred $175 per month pedals and -rhythm section $795. Call' Johnson outboard. 17ft. Barron driveon to the Union County Times office
after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfnBRADFORD 96<4.5065 7/4 tfn plus deposit. 1-684-6634 or 475-2694. 473-2210 weekdays or 473.4618weekend. trailer. Trolling motor depth finder In writing and paid In advance
LIME ROCK TYPISTS $500 weekly at home. Writ. 12/19 tfnchg for appointment to see. tfn Includes tarpon cover. Call 496-2303, unless credit Is already established
SALES P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth, NJ 07207. TF MODERN HOME on beautiful Silver lies MERCURY Grand Marques, 4000 evenings, or 496.3401 daily. 1 Itchg. 1/9 with this office.
llmerock i Fill Dirt NURSING ASSISTANTS needed atWhlsp.rlng lake, Keystone I Heights. 2 BR on one miles White over blue Interior load THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
20 yd. semi-loads only Pines Care Center Call acre. Monthly $350. 19042471604. ed. $12.000. 473-4753. Itchg 1/9 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Phone 712-3172: 5/23 Susan Cook at 9646220. 12/5TF 1/10 tfn chg CAMPER Good condition sleeps three. YARD SALE CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
tfchg
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for tale at EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home LAKE FRONT 2 BR 2 BA mobile home. $500. 4733903. Itpd 1/9 THE TELEPHONE.
Doublewlde Home C.nt.r located assembly work. For Info. call Year round near Keystone. 4734186. SLEEPER SOFA and one lounge chair Friday and Saturday Jan. 10 > II. South Classified deadline Is TUESDAY

North on 301 Lowtey Fla. (this li not 504.6<41.8003. ext. 9579. 12/5 4tpd cow 3tchg 1/9.23 two matching chairs. 4732388. Itchg of Lok. Butler on ISA. Clothes car luggage NOON prior to Thursday publication.
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg CITY OF STARKE It now accepting applications 2 BR 2 IA Nice mod.rn home, CH/AC 1/9 carrier bunk b.d., odds and Minimum charge'It 15 words for $2.75
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for for Police Dept. for a pollc. lake view. $325 month. 473.2008. 3tpd JESSIE FRENCH condition.- Piano for tale.SISOOexcellent ends, look for sign Itchg. 1/9 then 10 cents for each word thereafter.The .
1/9.23 473-7644.
ale at Olin. Home Center located on officer. Must be at least 1 18 years of age Formers Home Admlnstratlon has
Highway 100 W..t. This It not trailer and certified Florida Police Standards. FURNISHED MOBILE HOME 1 BR 1 BA. 1976 2tpd 1/9.16 INSURANCEMAINES for sale from time to time form
lake front month FLEETWING TRAVEL TRAILER 24 ft.
$175 $I00
acreage. -
business recreation
furniture. residential ,
6/13 Hall. Merrell
tfnchg Apply City Dees Office.
deposit. Couple Phone Complete package, like A/C
only new
no pets.
and/or other properties. Any licensed
PALOMINO
FILLY AQHA Adorable. GOVERNMENT
JOBS
Reg. : $16.040$59,230yr. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.
Jax. collect 725.8945.4tpd 1/9.20 everything. Phone Jox. collect
real estate broker interested In listing
6 mot. old. $500. 96 4.402 9647138. Now Call
< or hiring. lake Avenue Lake Butler 4963978.
LARGE HOUSE and garage on lot 100 X 725.8945.4tpd 1/9.30 these properties should contact the
12/26TF 1-805-687-6000 ext. R.5504.for current 600 located on Lake Johnson. $175 1973 CHEVY TRUCK $1200; 1973 Suzuki Complete Insurance Service tin
Farmers Horn. Adminstratlon at P.O.
WASHER & DRYER
Sean Kenmore $500 f.d.rolll.t. 1/9 8tpd 2/27
month. Call 4732000. Itpd 1/9 motorcycle 750cc Ioaded-$900; new air
Box 3299 Lake City Fl. 320563299.
for both. Call 964-8379 need
after 6 HOUSEWORK and
1/9Tf p.m, reliable : pleasant neat MH FOR RENT 2 BR 1 BA clote to town. compressor-$300; two double beds-S10 LAND FOR SALE Telephone number 752-8465. Itchg.
Part-time full-time.
person or Keystone Height. area. $225 month. each; one single b.d.$10; on.r.frlg.rator.$20 1/9
1 ((100)) 621.43021 SIGNS! I Deluxe Light duties. 7823125. Itchg 1/9
473-2730. 1/9 tfnchg : one electric
Flashing Arrow Signs, $249 complete TWO SALESPERSONS 1 secretary. stove-Si. Rabbits-live or dressed. Mountain land for sale by owner $100d
($23 monthly) (SAVE $279.) Factory Stark. area Fee. W. W. Professional Cages crocks feeders. Call 4732000. *'wn, owner financed, 2 acre tracts REAL ESTATE
direct. Warranty. Delivered without Office & Personnel Services 218 S. WANTEDRIDE Itpd 1/9 nearby 3,000 acre lake 1 1 1/2' hours OUT OF AREA

obligation for Inspection. FACTORY Walnut St.,. Starke, 96<4.7777. Itchg 1/9 TWO WOOD DESKS and chairs Good north, of Atlanta North Georgia.
TOLL FREE 18006214302. fcan 257 PART-TIME permanent bookkeeper. NEEDED to South Orange Park condition, $70 each. 4755629. Itchg 1(404)2762727( ) or 1(404)276-3668.( ) It.
CHEST FREEZER Amana 19 cu. ft., very Keystone area.tr fee paid. W.W. Professional (Ridgewood area) on Blanding. Work 1/9 1 9lake LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
good condition. $275. 9644459. Itchg office & Personnel Services 8." Mon-Frl. Please call 473-3947 after Hampton Oaks lot 25. Loca'ed on PERTY? If I don't have It, I'll find It- Just

1/9 218 S. Walnut Starke. 9647777. Itchg 5. Andy. itchy 1/9 US301 ten minutes south of Slarke, 20 ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
FLASHING ARROW SIGNS 50% off 11 PEP-O CONVENIENCE STORE: now taking CYCLESNEW minutes from Gainesville. '1.01 acre In 496.2126 or 496.2903, .V... "YOUR
$289 complete. Lighted non-arrow applications for full or part-time HELP WANTED nice neighborhood $5,000. Call UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn

$269. Unlighted $219. Fr. lettert. See position. Apply Pep-O, 620 S. WalnutSt. 1981 XZ920RH YAMAHA European 4960067. No collect calls 1'9 4tpd.
locally. 1000 Imprinted balloons $99. ., Starke. Itchg 1/9 $60 PER HUNDRED PAID FOR REMAILING touring bike. 1000 cc twin 1704 miles, 1 30 FOR SALE

800-423-0163 anytime. 800-628-2B28 MIDDLE AGE WOMAN: single, to do LETTERS FROM HOMEI I Send self- 2 helmets $1400 firm. Garaged.
ext. 504. fcan 1 hotel and housework Live In. addressed stamped envelope for In 4732621. Itchg 19HOUSES FOR RENT
FIREWOOD Blackjack Oak. 9646867.Clemont. 964.7184.Itchg 1/9 formatlonl application. Associates, Plants at Martin's Fruit Farm Apples and

Itpd 1/9 EXPERIENCED TEACHER for pori.time Box 95B. Rotselle, NJ 07203. lOtpd FOR SALE pears $2.80 to $5; grapes $2 to $3: nectarines
IRON DOG BOXi for pickup. $50. t windows work. Call for Interview. 9645232. 12/12.2/13 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR peaches and plum. $2.25;

44 wide x 80 long. 7823650. Itpd after 9646849.. Itchg 1/9 OWNER FINANCING $1000 down. 2 BR RENT Union CountyTimes 15C blueberries $2; redbud dogwood
1/9 PERSONAL SERVICES Main Street, Lake Butler. Phone" golden rain and crepe myrtle $4. Closed
2 BA 1100 ft.
,
approximately
COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or HELP WANTEDAdvertisng! Sales Help: kitchen, lake view.sq.4732008.fully 496 2261 for Information. tfn Sundays. 4972621. Ft. White. 12/31
equipped
tale. Canon home copier $799; Canon on a par'-'Inne basis ((16 hours pet 1/9.23 Three bedroom house Two blocks. from Stchg. 1 130
home or office copier $999; Canon office week. Monday and Tuesday). Gnod CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, BY 3tpd OWNER large house and lake $250 month $50 security deposit. Flashing arrow signs 50 percent off 11
$1399. Rent to for pay. car allowance. Sales expel ience kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. very Call 4962751. 12/19 tfnchg. $289 complete. Lighted non-arrow
copier own
as
100 X 600 lot located
little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP. helpful bu' no' necessary. Apply In Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after garage Lake Johnson.on 21000. Call 4732000.on Furnished. 2 bedroom trailer Pro. $269. Unlighted $219. Free letters. See
110 W. Call St Starke. 9645764. 2/21 person Friday 9.11 a.m. nr Monday 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 1/9 vidence area. Call 4963073. I'pd. 1 9 locally. 1000 imprinted balloons $99.
tfn 9 10 a.m. Bradford County Telegraph.. CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In Itpd One two and three bedroom mobile 1(800)423-0163( ) anytime.

ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 monthNo 135 W. Call St. TF stallations. Free estimates. Ten years homes. All electric central heat and 18006282828.( ) ext. 504. It. 1/9
down payment. Call 964-6946.per t'fn HELP WANTED! Janitorial to clean of. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for REAL ESTATE air, cable TV. Baike'ball and 1(800)621.43021( ) Signs! I Deluxe flashingarrow

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, At low flc... Apprnxlmo'ely, 10 houis weekly. Craig. 5/17 tfnchg playground. Pines Call 496 2366 signs. $249 complete. ($23 mon
1.99 month. Call 964-6946. tfn as Apply in person Telegraph 135 W. PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt MOUNTAIN LANE For sale by owner SR121 lake Butler. 1'9 tin chg." thly) (Save $279)) Factory direct. War-

COLOR TVi per$99 and Next to Starke Call S'. mildew peeling paint from homes, $100 down owner financed 2 acre Six room house, with swimming pool. ran'y. Delivered without obligation for
Truck Stop south of up.Starke. 96<4-8212 TFMOBILE driveways mobile homes. Call Rick. tracts nearby 3000 acre lake, I'/ Near Lake Butler realonble ra'es nice inspection. Factory toll free
11/24 tfnFIREWOODi HOMES 473-2452 4tfr 1/9.30 hours north of Atlanta North Georgia. loco-Ion. Call 4963018. 1 9 tin chg. 18006214302.( ) It. 1/9
oak and UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chain.couch.s. ((404)) 276-2727 or (4042763668.) 1/9 Furnished 1984 mobile home Three
scrap pine no FOR SALE
nails. 18 in. 12 In. $15 per load. Oak4x4x27" campers. Addison fcan bedroom two bath on 3 acre yard in
Upholstery. 473.2452.4tchg 1/9.30 Raiford. Air conditioning" fireplace,
/ cord $35. Bradford ARC
9647699. 11/21 TF FOR SALE: Several 2 BR Mobil. Homes In HAPPY FACE DAY CARE OF LAND FOR SALE island range, garden tub pool. $300 HELP WANTED
HAWTHORNE will January 6 month. First month plus $200
TRAVEL TRAILER: 1980 Coachman Deluxe good to exc. cond. 52700.4500 each open per
32 ft.. 5000. 468.1000 after 5 Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Pork from 66. Register now. 481-3856 or LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake $13,500. security deposit in advance. Call
12/5TF p.m. 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. 481-4267. 4tchg 1/9.30 Owner will finance. $164 per month. 431-1133 or 431.1843.1'9 tin chg. Government Jobs $16,040 $59,230/yr.

HAY FOR SAUl Bahia 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on LICENSED NURSE will provide room and 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 Three and four bedroom mobile homes Now hiring. Call 1(805)687-6000.( ) Ext.
Argentine grass board for elderly' close Seven miles from SR100. Call R.1136 for current federal list 12'19
large rolls no rain. $25 roll. at one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sales. person. super LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights readyto prison on
per
vision. 964-7138. 4tchg 1/9-30 4962842. Vehg. 1'9PERSONAL 8'pd. 2 6
form. Maurice Edwards Jr., 964-7376. 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg move on. Power, well septic and
WILL DO MENDING In home. Also Jobs Overseas Big money fas*. $20,000
fence.
12/19 pd 1/9 1978 12x60 Guerdon Statler 2BR bath my 6499. 392.0985 or 4733024.
doll clothes mode to order Cabbageand to $50,000 plus per year. Call
-
Ask for
very good condItion. clean, unfurnished Linda tfnchg 6/13 SERVICESBabysitter
ROLLS OF HAY and
Buy your hay now :
3178398900. 8008. 1'9 1'IeCareer
other. Reasonable prices. Call ext. 2tpd.
LOT FOR SALE
$5,500.964.7512. 10/3 TF in Keystone Heights or
store It In barn until need It.6V .
my you
machine
miles N. of Starke on 16 toward 24x65 DW: on 3 acres. 3BR 2Ba CH/A. 473-7639. Ask for Karen 2tpd 19.16MISCELLANEOUS will trade for travel trailer. Terms by opportunity and for sewing .
wonted maintenance personnel.We
Bahia $20/roll Alicia 29500. Phone 9648399. TF owner. 237-8676 (Ocala) after 6 p.m. Approximaely 10:30: operators
prlton. A.M. 'n 6:30: P.M. For more mformaion offer two weeks. paid vocation
ALL 85 MODELS must go: We finance.No Itpd 1/9
barn. avail.
2325roll. at Delivery down. 17528082. call 496-2189, after 7 P.M. 1 9 2'chg. three paid holidays Insurance plan
for Call 782.3727 after 5 money 1/94tchg
extra
charge. 1 16 and profit sharing. Apply to personnelat
p.m. or 9646167. 12/5TF 1/30 PAC RAT. Buy. Sell and trod. Used furniture YARD SALE Lake Butler Apparel Experience
HAY FOR SALE: $1.50 and $2 per bole. SUWANNEE FLA.-- Need a complete appliances household Items, helpful but not necessary we will
Call 96<4.7675. 1/9 3tchg 1/23 change? Fish off your own dock. collectables, glassware old jewerly, MOBILE HOMES train. Itchg. 1/9
GARAGE SALE Friday 10th 9-5 Saturday
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1 /. ba -
Deluxe 2BR huge screen
tools etc. 473.2183 7/26
Stereo tfnchg
SEVERAL ITEMS: MCS 25 Watt
llth 9-1. McKee Craft fiber
porch 2 landscaped lots with FLASHING ARROW SIGNS 50% OFF I I glass
with direct drive turntable and two 100 1984 24'x42'' mobile home.
underground sprinkler system. 17 ft. boat 40 hp motor trailer-$2000: Challenger
watt speakers, Like new $250. Love $289 complete lighted non-arrow aluminum pontoon float-5300; Snapper Three bedroom one bath $800 down
Wellcraft w/115 Mariner 19"
sofa bed omblnollon.( $225. U O. hp motor. .$269. Unlighted $219. Free letters! See
teat Call 47'-2865. 1'9
"rienfth"cbr6r riding mower $275; 9V hp Johnson assume payments
: r TV w/cable.: Even' 8 hp'.WSA.p.r
locally, 1000 Imprinted balloons $99.
BTU window air conditioner.
volt 5.000 riding mower. All need to .... motor-$400; single bed mattress box 2tchg. 1 16 .Need
you ((800) .. ((800)) "
1/9 423-0163v-"onyMm -
$175? Call 964.8661 after 7 p.m. and springs-$40; 1964 Plymouth' Fury 4 door Three'bedrooitl, two both double'wtdtf.. M'
move In today Is clothes groceries
628.2828, ext. 504. 1/9 fcan
2tchg 116FIREWOOD money $70.000 net. 3 minutes to sedan clean actual low mileage Garden tub and lots of extras. Only Custom

Oak split and delivered fishing In Gulf. 904-542-7346 or 26,450 must see-$3000; aluminum windows SI,000 down and assume low ?
$100 cord. 9647994. 1/9 4tpd 1/30 9043786071. No collect calls please. MOBILE HOMES and many more items. From payments. Call 4963264. Itpd. 1/9 Draperies

1/9TF Keystone 3 miles to C.352 then" 2 mileson Call Loma Stephens
ALL REPOS: $5,000 under cost. Easy paved rood. White Sands Lake. See HOMES
2 BR 1BA window
down. 17528082. 12 X 60 MH Bay signs.' Itpd 19Steve -I!)fj0071n'
financing no
money plywood floors. $3000 or best offer.

1/9 4tchg 1/30 Call 473-2730. 1/9 tfn chg Government Homes from $1 (U repair)
washer
TITAN 12x60: central heat & air
SWANNEE, FLA. Need a complete Also
delinquent tax Call
Janet M. proper'y.
and dryer. Partially furnished 6000.
change? Fish off your own dock. Broadway 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. GH 1136.' for infor
1/9 1/16
9646364. 2tpd Deluxe, 2 BR I'/i BA. hugh screen maMon. 12'19 Blpd. 2'6
StarlingRealtor NEW CONCEPT! Buy here, pay here or lots with
porch. 2 landscaped TREE SERVICEIs Three bedroom two boh. concre'e' VACUUM
rent to own. 17528082. 41chg 1/30
underground sprinkler system. 17 ft. block inside city limi's of Lake Bu'ler.
1966 MOBILE HOME: good shape 3BR. Well croft with on..., 115 hp Mariner Now Good condi'lon. Call 4962066. 12 31

$2,500.961.8484. 1/9TF motor. 19 Inch Zenith color with table. BROADWAY & WALTERS 2pd. 1 9 SALE
JUST REDUCED from $24,000: 4.87 Even on 8 hp Snapper riding
acres with well. septic, and 35 ft. LOSTFOUNDLOST lawnmower. All needed to move In today Removal Subscribe Today I NEW & USEDWe

pool. $16,500.'HOUSE are clothes groceries and money. Trimming UNION COUNTY TIMES Finance Our Own
: U MOVE Make offer $70,000 net. Swannee Fl. 3 minutes to 496-2261
.1.8 ACRES with older home. RED MARE HORSE: mane clipped fishing In Gulf. 904-542-7346 or Stump Removal KIKRYS

beautiful pecan trees. 48000. back hoof old and split. If found call 9043786071. No collect calls please. ROYALS
Firewood
.1.6 ACRES: 12x60 MH 15000. Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn 1/9 tfnchg Shop & Compare I M I EUREKAS

.15 ACRES: Older home and DW LOST at Bradford-Inverness Football NEW CONCEPT Buy here pay here or Free Estimate for HOOVERS
mobile home $47,500. Game: one ring of keys with 6.7 keys. rent to own. 752.8082.4tchg 1/9.30 Special Insurance ELECTKOLUX
.11 ACRES: Well septic tonk.pondopen $25 reward. Call 533.2615 after 6 p.m. ALL REPOS $5000 under cost. Easy 473.7097 473.7679 Mobile Home Parks FILTER QUEENS
air born. $33,500 1 1/9 31pd 1/23 financing. No money down. 7528082. After 5 P.M. All types of homeowners SEARS
FOUND 3 dogs near Morgan Rd. Call 4tchg 1/9.30 policies for COMMERCIALWe !
.
5 ACRES $12,500; 10 ACRES 964-8820 and describe. Itchg 1/9 ALL 1985 MODELS must gal! We Keystone Heights mobile homes repair all makes

25000. Excellent Terms. finance. No down. 7528082. Call for Quote *
money Licensed & Insured
tank 17x35
4.87 ACRES: Well septic AI
Tollman pool fenced/cross-fenced.' Classified/ Ads 4tchg 1/9.30 Olin's Mobile Young'sSince

$25,000. Get Results L 1957
.4 ACRES! Hwy 225 A. 12500. Home Sales
LAVERN H. OUTLAW 964.6918
m
.S Ac.: Paved frntg. 12500. 404444444444444444444QUALITY

LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. : Broker 'Elaine M. Olin, Agent Miles north of

.50 Ae.l$50,000. CLEANING Res. 964.5478 Starke on US 301
2BR 2BA In the Country. 29900. SERVICE : 1 REAITOH" 944.5606
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((904)) 712.3931 CARPETS: Home or Office 0; DAVID L. DODGE MSA KAY C. WATERS
P.O. Drow.r M Designated Res. 964.6941 HELP WANTED
301 S. Lowtey Appraiser
Call: 473-3857 j: 9644522STARKE. Res. 964.5370 Earn Extra Cash

46444444444444444444 II FL. LINDA M. WOODS OPAL DICKSON

Res. 533-2040 Res 964.7333
7TT i South 301 Plaza The Gainesville Sun has an early morning motor route

Plumbing Supplies From Appraisal.for Residence Farm Commercial Business available In Stark, Lawtey, Raiford areas.

e Your Full Service Real Estate Office Must have reliable transportation and be able to post cash

Durrance Pump & SupplyWe LAKEWOOD AREA Executive home In an exclusive area with access to Crosby bond deposit

+ lake. Quality construction throughout. 4 bedroom. 2 bath with many many Contact Dave Lindsay, 964-8170. *
Drill 2" to 6" Wells State licensed amenities.

US 301 North, 164 N. Temple Ave.,Starke 964706 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE: 301 North 58 acres, heavy In pint timber. 100000.
COMMERCIALS Highway frontage on South 301. 3 parcels to choose from.

*S ACRE MINI-FARM: Land In pasture, 3BR, 28a super kitchen 71900.
LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acres pecan trees. barn Roberts Real Estate

and See It will love It. 128500.
workshop. you
986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL
BEST AREA Brick 3BR 2Ba carport. chain link fenced backyard. 49500.

FEATURES YOU EXPECT 3BR 2 Bo on 2 acres, CHI A. range refr., DW fireplace. 964.6262

II large utility room and more. On paved road. 49900.

*CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby Lake large DW mobile home, 3/2, new PRICE REDUCED 40( acre Form NW of Starke, pecan groves,
financed. 34500.
double-pane windows owner
CARPENTER 2 BR frame house. CH&A, outbuildings and many extras.
*MOTIVATED OWNER Priced reduced $1,000 to 52900. Southgote area. 3/2
great room, many amenities. Make offer. .JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot

RODNEY L. CARMICHAEL GREAT VALUE 5 acres cleared with DW MH, 2BR 2Ba front porch. garage Central heat and air carport. $49,500.

Maintenance Repair.Carpentry owner financed. Priced for quick sale. .COMMERCIAl Prime business location on US 301 with 589
LOVELY HOME on 4 manicured acres fenced and cross fenced Only 59900.
feet the and 10 3300 ft.
& PlumbingFree plus on highway acres. sq. building.
10 ACRES: South of Hampton. just off 325. 26900.
Call for details.
Estimates 904-468-2860 BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOME IN LAWTEY Remodeled Inside and out. 48500.

REDUCED TO $62.000: 3BR 2Ba home In city. Fenced back yard. Corner lot. 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly

REDUCED TO $27,500: recently remodeled home on S.I 00. growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that

EXCELLENT BUYs 3/1'h w/corport on (loge fenced city lot. Has many extras. $1200.00 per acrell..WATERFRONT I.

MULCH Don't let this one get by...only J3500.. 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin
CYPRESS *BEDROOM fenced yard In town only 32900.
BRING ON THE HORSES CATTLE: 49 acres with house.on highway Priced right Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.

with excellent terms. Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at 57500.
PINE BARK
&
BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 lot w/moblle home In Hampton 7200. MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out

FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West,' % acre building lots, owner financed buildings Including a :21' x 66' metal barn Load of
You pick-up We deliver HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. ft Flume Rd. Owner flnonc.d.IN possibilities.

CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3/2 eat-In kit, great room carport. owner fin. 51500.
Minimum 3 yds on Delivery ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES: 15 lots, corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. 1

CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING to 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins Lou-Ann Nursery t lot. Oak laden with lake view COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

FOR RENT, Farm home, 3BR. 2 bath George W. Roberts Jr. Broker
We Invite inquiries On Our Other Properties
Terry A. Gaines, CSM. SalesmanI'
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I Bradford Rescue Logs 95 Calls For December I ITh.



I ., Bradford' County Rescue Unit Slat Flight each transported one patient Green Cove Springs. One patientwas trom truama and eight suffered were to overdose victims. The Quick Response Unit responded -
I spondee! to :'J5 calls in the month of taken to Lake Butler Hand truama resulting from vehicle accidents Two people were dead when the to six calls during the month of
I>et'ember, according to Emergency Clinic and two were taken to unit arrived, one call was a false December, said Chapman
:Services Supervisor Cliff Chapman. The majority of the patients, 35, Humana in Orange Park Two patients alarm and seven calls were cancell-
During the month 68 transports werei were taken to Bradford Hospital. were taken to St. Vincent's, Fourteen calls were to cardiac patients edOne One call was to a brush fire, one to
i juired for the transporting of 71 Fifteen were taken to Alachua! one to Memorial and one to Baptist seven were people with patient was transported for a hay fire,one to an auto fire and two
Ih dents, TWI'ntyse-ven calls re- General Hospital, three to Shands Hospital, all In Jacksonville Rescue respiratory problems and one was CAT-SCAN and the unit provided were to structure fires One call was
nun ed no transporting and three to North Florida Regional, met a Jacksonville Rescue Unit and an obstretic patient. standby for three structure fires. cancelled.
all in Gainesville. Four patients one patient was transferred. One call was to a person with emo-
Five patients were transported by were taken 10 the Reception Medical The majority of the patients, 24 tional problems, two calls were to
i In backup unit and ShandsCair and Center and ono to Cl.iv MI'mot'iill in wal'n I illume rfOnforl, Ton nfforn pnnshol wound victims' Ann Iwo enn' QIMO Rescue 9616161.


. Gainesville Man Injured in Union Accident I I'I


1 1M> accidents within thirty northsulo and went off the bridge, Rescue 51 left that accident sceneto Lake Buller Hospital where they is charged with running the stop Roberts.
minutes saw several injuries last became ail'bUIIIl'lnd slunk the respond lo a two-vehicle accidenton were in good condition said Wilson. sign, Godwin's Isuz struck the Fordin Also responding to the accidentwas
Sunday evening in Union County. upgrade of the I ditch hank. The SH-2'ill at SW 9th at 8 p,m", accor- Charlotte Laverne Clemons, 16, of the right front side Paramedic Linda Evjen and
'l't'rll'lI I Dewayne Jenkins, 19, was driver stated\ he blacked out, said ding to Trooper Roberts, Lake Butler was northbound on SW Annette DeSue was a passenger in EMT Robbie Barber
Liken by ShandsCair to Shands! Roberts. 9th Avenue James Lewis Godwin, the Ford, Janie Godwin, 49, Ben Damage to the Ford was listed as
Hospital/ Jan. 5 after his 1970 Ford Jenkins suffered multiple chest Several people were injured in Ihe 52, of Lake Butler was westbound on Godwin, 12, and Jim Godwin 17 $1,000. Damage to the Isuz was
a reeked on CR-18 near Worthington contusions and severe:; head and itcidenl! They WI"'.' transported to SK-2.H1, demons, driving a l'W2Ford! were passengers in the Isuz, said $7,000.
Springs HI 7:30: p.m. facial lacerations, according to
Paramedic Jl'rrv11'1:-" Rescue 51
According to Trooper D C responded to the, accident with I
Roberts, Jenkins was eastbound on Paramedics Gene; 1 liaulcison and
('I{ III uAs he aPProached the bridge Jeff Lane The Quick Response Unit ll A Full-Time Exercise Facility for The Lake Region Area
i Inehule/ led (he roadvuiv on the from Providence! also responded, \

O" OPENING JANUARY 20th syAyHodmaeinc.

FSP Inmate StabbedAt

Prison, Dies at AGIIA FLA.TWIN THEATRE .

2I-Yl'ar-old: convicted murderer Starke 964.5451
died Monday after he was stabbed in
the heart by a fellow inmate at Open Every Night .
Florida Slate Prison, .
John M Wiseman began fighting 1- -s"2.
wit h two other inmates at about 6:25: osPE l-l] (Hwy 21 North of Keystone Heig
.1 i m !Monday when J-wing inmates I I! Sat. & Sun 5:00: Showing I ,

Here released for breakfast, of- J_.Tuesday 2:30.Showing_'j

the luials head said.and Wiseman apparently was struck stabbed In- STARTS FRIDAY ,1 An Aerobics & Exercise Studio for the Entire Family

once in the heart with a "pick-like

instrument," said Department of N'... c1c1CLASSIC 1 i I OPEN: 5 Days A Week 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. & Sat. Mornings

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V\ isc'inan died at Alachua General dJVJyHL !

Hospital at 9:37: a,m, (R t Monthly Memberships for Individuals & Families
"The incident is under investigation [ : "," \
We have several inmates conned .-- ,'. ,...
.. TECHNICOLOR Classes
"' ---- Running Continuously
in custody at this time, but no 1
'harges have been filed," said 1'
Skipper -
"I have no idea what SCREEN 2 I Aerobics Appropriate for EveryoneFlex
'piecipilaled the incident. There may
h('' charges filed against one or more & Stretch Classes Individual Workouts Body Toning & More
inmates over the incident\ "
Wiseman began serving a life : '- DANA BATTS & GEORGIA McFADDEN CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS OWNER-OPERATORS
!term with a mandatory 25->ears J :
ntence Dec 22, 1981 from Duval 473.4106 -
('ountvVV __ 4! 473-3784 r.llysca.De' $
iseman pleaded guilty to murder
in the fatal shooting of Henry 301 DRIVE-IN
William Webb The 68-year-old
Webb was shot once with a 25 Starke 964.7484 Satisfaction
.iliber pistol in !May 1981 during the 1 1 r I ; ,
,ittcmpled burglary of his Jackson CLOSED' TIL MARCH 7th Guaranteed I


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LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE eriipfe ivf SI arktf


1 Mile North of Starke, Fla. on U.S. 301


OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 1914 USED CAR WARRANTY pont. 80

Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2 1IN4.Rabbit a it
BUYERS GUIDE bird
Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1 to 11 1 reAs

IMPORTANT:Spoken promises art dllHcult. *.Ask th.d..ler l lo put all proml..i In writing Keep
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Starts at 9 1

Sunday at 7 e BLACK D r AS IS NO WARRANTY !y:nrAc sedan Ord


You WILL PAY ALL COSTSe. ANY REPAIRS. The d..I.r l ..sumts no responsibility' 'for any repairs 'Iereo S 'P,r ACe
..' of any. _! I' about the vehicleWARRANTY, ._ .___ Very cesa' PlaYer
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1 NCO pans'for tha covered systems' that tall during Ihew.rr.nly parlod Ask lha daalar'tor.copy oftha
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daatar' rapalr obligation, Under atata law, "Impll.d warranties may glv. you ovan morerights

1 \OG""O" .
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S't Engine Syatam All ,internally lubricated parts including 3 Month.or 3.000 Miles Limited Warranty II
I harmon, balancer oil' pan, valve covers, mtdke and exhaust (whichever, comes ) 79
1 ? u ShAn Ian and 1"1)1' '
\ '" nanifolds' oil pump water pump fuel delivery pump 8
pZ: ,\9 Ian clutch engine, mounts, rotors' rotor seals, rotor' chamber, baC
I IF : eccentric shall and bearings and all other internally lubricated #
Dp 'tOD I y\C"' \\n\"' parts)ol a rotary engine (Coverage limited 10 Ihe above listedparts U,*O:2 4./1 'II-ri

Automatic or Standard Transmission/Transfer/ Case 3 Months or 3,000 Miles Limited Warranty
I Syst.ni: All internally lubricated' pans contained within, the (whichever comes first")
"an.msson, case,transfer/ case and/or torque converter case a .
flex plate, transmissior mounts, oil, pan (Coverage limited' to e
the above listed parts) g
unprecedented one day sale of { i L Drive Axle System (Front and Rear): All ,internally 3 Months or 3,000 Miles Limited Wananty
Toyostove kerosene heaters at 'lubricated parts contained within, the drive a.le housing (front (whichever. comes lush)
and tear),drive lines,, ( )("front and rear)and constant velocity of ,
unbelievable savings. universal |omis (Coverage limited lo the above listed parts|
II II 11111
PLEASE ASK THE SALES REPRESENTATIVE TO PROVIDE YOU ALL OF THE DETAILS OF THIS
All new, U.L. approved heaters DEALERSHIP'S CONTINUOUS SATISFACTION-LIMITED WARRANTY PROGRAM

now available at special low prices )J F 1 OSERVICE CONTRACT service available at an extra charge on this..hie Ie.Ask m lor d.l.lls.a 79
to coverage,deductible,price,and encluelona It you buy a service contract within M days ol the lime of sale, ,:9
stale.w Impllad warranties"m.y give you additional rights,
YO
Hurry in and save! i I1 l11IJ"I WIts S\ Wagon PRE PURCHASE INSPECTION:ASK THE DEALER IF YOU MAT HAVE THIS VEHICLE INSPECTED BY YOUR tI'o"e' 11
MECHANIC EITHER ON OR OFF THE LOT. AM ,
911 Ili c;" 'v SEETHE BACK OF THIS FORM for Important additional Information,Including a Hat ot aoma major defects Optn
thai may ocrur In used motor vehicles
We Service Most F C.a0L

Models of Portable
Kerosene Heaters C ( NO LEMONS!


We've got you covered!! Looking for a Used Car? We back ea

WE SELL KEROSENE every used car ((100,000 miles or less) with a 3 month or 3,000

mile (whichever comes first) limited warranty. Continuous

: j satisfaction is our No. 1 priority. Ask about additional

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Age 2 Jim Schenley Seagrams II Schenley

Riling... 1.75 Beam a. O.F.C. V.O. tl Vodka Gordons

:Maybe, 'lillally' the bass A'A 1.75' Gin
are starting 10 bite at Lake llowrll and/or r t LTR LTR 1YMNT,11 -
Sampon! Jat'k Eaves caught' this eight pound bass early "'J""" '"
Monday morning .. 1.75
1M using II spinner hait ":U\t'!! also taught( Iwo good site 1I11t'cks No one :. -...... 4 9
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Starke Man HurtIn Traffic
Fall From TruckA
Morris Carter Jr., 41, of Starkewas Calvert
30y-year-old Starke man com arrested Jan. 1 for DUI, according Bacardi Cutty Southern J Lauders
plained of neck injuries after he fell to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Extra Florida
from the bed of truck last
a dump Gold
Carter was released after a $325 Sark Comfort Scotch
Friday. Cookers -
cash bond was posted. 750
Franklin Bentley was taken by Reserve 750 = -4 Pack 80 4 LTR
Life Flight to Baptist Hospital in Lloyd Eugene Canon, 18, of Starkewas ,
Jacksonville, according to Clay arrested Jan 1 for DUI, accor- 750 599 ,N 750
County Sheriff's Office. Bentley, ding to Trooper Pescia. He was 999 2" 799
who lives at 313 Christian St., released after a $325 surety bond 49 ; K 5 9
Starke, is employed by Florida Rock was posted. 10 6
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Industries on SI -21 near Keystone .
Heights. Willie Andrew Bartley,24,was ar- .
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rested Dec. 30 for DWLS, accordingto .
Bentley was not as serious as was Trooper B. A. Williams. Bond was "
thought and was released from the set at $210, he was released on his
hospital. own recognizance.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS STARKE WALDO

Model A Lounge 301 Liquors Oasis Lounge
r.............................................................................................................. 3 Miles North of
: Ii Highway 21 North 1 Mile North of
i i Keystone Heights Starke on U.S. 301 Waldo on U.S. 301
473-9627 964.7771 468.9461

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Jeans 24.99 Bracelet 6.00


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tinuously been serving the thank the people of Bradford

people of Bradford County for County for allowing us to

I 75 years. Stump's is the serve you. No business can
oldest retail business in Bradbe successful without

ford County and the second customers and we think we I

oldest business. have the best customers in

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