Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04401
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04401
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Fair with low'!s in the 40s until Salul"tlaylIwn a '('showers SECTION At a Pog.t' L1i'12q I ?
is the extended outlook for the weekend, New . . . ... . 13Afditorlols 1879 (2" FL A.
A small storm center Is expected to move over Iheaien Saturday . . . . 4A HIS TOO Y
spreaclingcloulinessandrain! hutIringingnoimpnrlantll'unluI!I SuclolN.w.. . . . ,5 1 -.
system Unseasonably mild weather is in piosput Public Nolc.. .7. ---
A high of 6!J, altered clouds, bjl no dunce of rain is I he pi'edic- Sporti . . . . . 6.(A 000000 13 CT
lion for today (1'1'hurxdayJan, 16)) 1rD7770 K
From :II to 5 inches of rain has fallen since Jan I. The :IO-Y'I SECTION Bi 12 Pag e VOUNG LIBRARY'LpRIDA

average rainfall for January is 2,8 inches 4,85 inches ol tain were. Prison III*" . . . .IB R 9ITY
nwu-.urt'lllhrough. Jan 10 at the New River 1 hti lower on Sit UK) Handicapped Cla.. , 38 UNI'IE -
west ol Maike, 4.51 inches at the Santa .Fe lower: un US-:301 at Area Daarht. ,. . . . .2.9BPol F32&11. .......
Hampton, Lake, and 291 inches at the/ Ijmis Hill/ fire lower on Car Clink . . . 6B GpINEgVILLE

US-3UI north all" hland. Now Brlefi. . .. . r,12BIdusthenornudhlgllgrounll' -
Under Die unusually heavy amfall, J Cla..ili.d Ads,. . . .4-SB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
water and suilacewaler conditions, (the Soda Fe River ill TluecHivers Cloi! Treasure* . .8B
Estate; is expected to crest Jan 21.!!; lit :!I1'1'1.! I, 2-:.t feel Court N.w.. . . 10,12B 107th 4 Year S'1'Aay.J I I.OKIDA'I : j z.YI.t" 'flll.
above Hood stage. .JUli Issue ll, Ulil I las's WI 4-7fMI

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Wortk Violin r" fTi1i f--- L -. --- Blacks Suing

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BMS Band Concert...
t: Ii.. For AccessTo
A four group band concert involving

160 students is set tonight b
(Thursday Jan. 16)) at 8 p.m. in the
Bradford Middle School gym i I r r,, ,t 't / rI
The concert I will I'l'alul't'lh' ('

beginning, cadet marching, and
concert bands ol the middle school, ,- Local Dds.A
according to BMS Bandmaster Jim .
Peronto i iw
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The conceit is liee, and open to t

the public. group of local blacks are askingthe Scot!, Carolyn B Spoon'r, and
federal court in Jacksonville lo Maurice J While
No Quorum j"w( .. force the Bradford County Commission Attorney! Llpmun! says! ho: has
the School Board, and the Cityof brought 23 or 24 !such discrimination
: For lIal11l>toll... \,, ;. Starke to establish single member hUll! over the past 13 years! and has
voting districts. won all except m Ft Laudc,rddle. He:
: Lack of a gum um kept (he Since 1947, when the l Florida Con- !said he i is! appealing thai one loss
Hampton Council from holding its stitution was amended to require it, Lipman !said it has been taking
regular monthly meeting Tuesday county voting has been at Iarg6 In about a year to actually go to tritlm
night, Jan 14. other words, candidates run from a these:! cases Some places which: have
The meeting was rests for 7 p.m. particular district but every voter in went to single member voting
Tuesday, Jan 21. the county voles on the candidate- districts! after such suits are j i
Present( for the meeting were All three boards have 20 days! from Sarasota, Lecsburg, Liberty County :
Mayor Elwood Padgett and council Jan. 8 to answser the class action Jackson County. Taylor Count I
, members Jane Hall and George suits brought by attorney David M Suwannee County and Live Oak. and
w... Wei i'e, Lipman of the firm of Lipman & Fort Myers! A !settlement! under: I
Council members Bobbi! 1 Shep- Weisburg, Suite 104, 5901 S.W. 7th which Columbia County went to I
: paid Delmar Williamson and Ted Street Miami, FL, 33143-5186 single member voting dl.trictl'a! !>
Curtis did not show up for the The cases for the city and school just reached Dec 19, Lipman saul!
.', meeting Santa Fe Lake Residents on the Watch... board have been assigned to Judge he willing
Lipman says I is always!
Howell Milton of the United States!
Some 150 crowded into lloom 20') of the Alaclina matter Tuesday Jan. 14, to the full Alachua County to !sit down with local officials and
District Court lor the Districtof
; Annual Meeting... ('olll'lhollSI' for the second lime last work out a settlementThe
....., Comely Thursday Com mission and got consideration ol the proposed Florida, based in Jacksonville.
-;.( The 1985-R6 Annual Meeting of the Jan 9, as the AUchua {County Development Review\' development stalled until claims( of iIIE'gall'illing by the The county's case has been assignedto suit says at-large voting was
1 Staike.Bradford County Chamber Board considered approval ot a controversial lakeshore Santa Fe Lake; Dwellers Association can be in Judge Susan Black. intentional! designed to
,1" Commerce Jan development project on the south sale ol Santa vestigated. discriminate against black citizens
of set
is Saturday, Complainant is the Bradford
. 25, at the Starke Golf and Country Fe Pass where the land projects into the lake forming; Al left Is the Santa Fe Pass project architect Bob County Branch of the NAACP. In- b}' excluding black representationand
\ Club, the pass and at Gator Cove Taylor, who drew the plans on the hoard in the dividuals named as complainantsare participation. It further cancels

,.-v The social hour begins at 6"::30 The Review Board could not agree on a lecoinmcndation. backgionml.just Elizabeth G. Walker, Jimmie L. (See! Blacks Sue..p:\ <
But Comiiiissionei Jim Notestein brought the
: .' p.m. Dinner is at 7 p.m. Tickets are |
$12 per person, and may be reserved

'.-.'. 1114-52711.;Whit's by phoning Right the with Chamber America office," is, Alachua Commission Puts Santa Fe Project On HoldFurther I

; .' the topic of an address slated to be
r given by Harris T Remley, the action on the controver- Action by (he Commission. follow- thought was a reasonable proJect on .tilt- in .IM+ id 1 posMble: Hooding
''li Director of Civic Affairs forI' sial Santa Fe Pass development was ed a meeting of I the Alachua County and! we've had everything but the
', Seaboard System Railroad. put on hold Tuesday afternoon when Development Review Board last kitchen sink thrown at us. It creates Henderson described the package
Seating'( al the Country Club Is the Alachua County Commission instructed Thursday when Commission Jim xr a tremendous financial bunion" treatment plant he said would be
limited, Call the Chamber of County Administrator Bob Notestein, a member ol both boards, Adams said.Commissioner. built on upland 1.600 feet from thewatei
I' reserve tickets early to be assured Fernandez to "look into" charges of said he intended to place I the matter. Notestein pointedout front and would This operate at 95

of a seatDAY. illegal landfilling brought by Santa which has been pending for seven at the Review Board meeting percent later efficiency challenged b statement several
Fe Lake residents against the years, before I the full board at its however, that Alachua County ordinances was members ol the opposition} who said
Meetings. .. developers January 14 meeting
tt forbid development in the package plants do not operate efficiently -
The board's action Tuesday
; :- The local chapter of the Disabled means that Santa 1 Fe Pass 100'year flood plain, without a and are adversely affected
American Veterans i special pl'rmit.Documented extremes of and
t. meet every second developers must wait until both b.v temperature
Thursday of the month at the stale and local environmental agen records kept bv Hill rainfall.

Pratt Street Recreation Center cies make comments and recommendations on actions at the Pass over the past Hendeison also said that a large .
''. There is a covered dish supper at concerning the legality seven years show that two members peiculation pond would be constructed :
7 p.m. The meeting is at 7:30: p.m, of the unpermiHed landfill and its ef of the County Commission together in the uplands area at the ,I ,t
feels on the environment,. The u.s. with representatives of DER and the Pass to take care of runoff surface
Senior Citizens... Corps of Engineers has also county engineering staff met at the water and compensate for the loss of

t d Come join in the activities of previously been involved in the The Watchdog... pass and viewed the filling process water.holding capacity caused bv'

t.l your Senior Center: needlework, disputed development and issued II.ii old Hill president ol the San- several years ago. but no record ol till clnl t in the wetlands area. J
};: macrame, exercises, bingo, etc two cease and! desist orders forbidding la Fe Lake Dwellers Association violations were placed in the tiles The effectiveness ol an artificial
: The Center is open Monday further( dumping of beach !sand: according to Commissioner Leveda pond was challenged however, in a
said Santa Fe Pass, Inc. is showinga
;.Y. through Friday, 8:30: a.m, to 4 p.m., into the lake. blatant Brown, chairman of the Review written i statement bv Dr. James H. ,)'
dlsl'egal'lll'OlIn' PI'I'lIIit.ling
\ The Commissioners set Board. Heanev. who said I'nlike the ,,.
: and is located behind the new cour- a Onl"YI'H'lime '
of the I'.S. olKngmeeis
thouse on the corner of Grand and Denies Violation... limit collecting all the information : processes, the Florida Corps At the Review Boaids meeting wetland. the proposed upland basin k.

ik. Georgia Streets, Contact Peggy Larry Cheshire, a resident of necessary for further actionon .:h'OIlIllI'IIIlllh'glll.ltioll Derailmentol and last Thursday. Bob Taylor. is not an integral pail of the lake 1
. the Pass Commission Gainesville architect and Dink Uselt Thus, it does not provide
. Barnett, center director, 964-4545 Santa Fe Lake and one member of project Alachua County in pushing for itspioposed
for more information the development group, denied Chairman Jane Walker said, Salll1 Fe Pass dl''luII'nll'nl. Henderson of the engineering firm direct benefits in terms ot acting a-
knowledge of fill violations before however, thai she hoped lo have the Green Hendeison. represented an in Min treatment unit not doe it
(Hill showed the* Alachua Co.
Pre-Retirement the Review Board and welcomed a matter settled within a few months Review hoard color slates ol the developers, outlining the elaborate provide benefits in terms of the J
Harold Hill of (the Sunlit development designed to include 50 II hel'01' shoreline erosion
Learn Mail. review to "lay it to rest forever" president
By .. aiea wheie lie says some 5.0(1(1
units alSO seal contl'oC"
rental Other members ol the
Cheshire asked if Harold Hill's Fe Lake Dwellers Association said overnight opposing -
cubic' art of III! wenhauled in
Retirement be alter the that he believedthe restaurant, private club house dl'll'gationlso, claimed the
years can a great slides of the filled area were public meeting and toad. illegally built iuthe
an access
phase of life It affords the opportunity record now that they had been Commission's action sounded "a lake vulhoiil penults. marina, boat docking facilities, boat man.made pond would be a
to do all of those things you presented before in a public forum, death knell" for the proposed project necessary storage facilities and other nuisance breeding mosquitoes and
never had time to do while work and asked if he could obtain copies. near Earlelon Beach. any county regulations by l filling in amenities necessitating.. the removal ot trees
ing. Hill, president of the Santa Fe Lake Mike Adams, one of the I he area "That's brand new information 1'uvlol'lIaid t he/ sti'net in'e.s, most of lI.u'\ld Hill president ol the Santatsee

Planning for retirement Dwellers Association, said he'd developers, said he was "unawltre"Ihal lo me," commented latei which will be located with the : >
however, is a major consideration. refer the request to his attorney. Santa Fe Pass, Inc. had violated "We'ie trying to do what we 1100>ear! lloodplam. would be built Alachua.I'I
It can make the difference between
enjoying those leisure years or
struggling through them. : : ,
It is never too early to begin Green Quits Bench piir: :
planning, especially if you are look
ing at retirement in five or 10
years The Extension Service is offering
a six part Learn-By-Mail
series to assist in preparing for For Private PracticeJudge
retirement. Information will be ar
sent to your home for your convenience -
i'bi' i lu,, lI y "

tf If interested, contact the Extension R.A. (Bu/ty) Green, Jr. announced before the new year, Judge
Office, phone 964.6280, Ext. Wednesday afternoon, Jan. Green was again reassigned to
284 15, he is leaving the bench effective Alachua County
April 30.Judge. Green's legal career began in July
Square Dance... Green says he is leaving the 1963 when he was appointed public-
bench to pursue "other longtime defender of the Eighth Judicial Circuit .
There is a square dance the first goals." He indicates his immediate At 25, he was I the youngest ,IYi +4y ., a
Saturday of every month at the defender the state. As t .
plans include teaching and practicing public in one
Kmgsley Lake Civic Center. law in his home town of Starke of the original 17 public defenderswho
The next square dance, set Satur- Judge Green 47, was elected circuit look office when the system was iitk ?
day, Feb. 1, will be a Glow-Worm created Green
judge the Eighth Judicial Cir played a continuing
dance, in which each couple is asked
cuit 14 years ago, in 1972 At that role in public defender affairs He
to bring a flashlight and dance time Green, a Starke native, was the was elected to a full term in 14 in il i
with the. flashlight in their backpockl't. youngest circuit judge in the stale contested election and was re- it .taif JJrt
Green's resignation is effective elected without opposition in 18)
5:30: p.m., covered dish supper. April 30. In his Jan 15 letter of While public defender Green k' -
6:30: p.m. workshop resignation to Gov Bob Graham, served as president of the slate
8 p.m", mainstream square Judge Green pledges his cooperationfor Public Defender's Association and
dance. an orderly transition, and pro as chairman of the Defender Committee
Caller: Ken Perez.Upcoming. mises to make himself available for of the National Legal Aid and

assignment to duty by the Chief Defender Association He also served -
... Justice as a retired judge..for a on numerous committees and
third reasonable time thereafter" in the commissions of the Florida Bar
The regular Monday
meeting of the Bradford School "unlikely event" a successor isn't Association and the American Bar :11I a
v Board is set Monday, Jan. 20, at 7 named by April 30 Association.The : 1
,IYI in the school board administrative "Because of recent events and Special Advisory Commission &r s
p building on US.301 after discussion with those closest to to the Florida Supreme Court for I he 1
from Bradford High School. me, I have decided the time is appropriate implementation of the ABA

across The Starke City Commission, to pursue other long-held minimum standards for criminal I Fund is I II
Revitalization Growing.. ,
which meets the first and third goals," Judge Green wrote the justice resulted in Florida being one Downtown .. .
governor.The of the first slates to implement M"h l cold IIlIlh'rlalll,' lie "I.'i'I ol
Tuesdays of each month, will next With 110.000 from Community for the rimy lo use purchase
i Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 7:30: p.m. in city recent events to which Judge standards. Green served on this ",411111 fiiini 1\14'1'1'IU Williams, the Stale Farm Inxni the \'t.\(lIuli"III.IIII"'IIII'.IIII, Further plant! ai lo tarry
Green refers have to do with the commission and drafted the sectionof il.ili/e Ihr in one block at a time. ifI4''t'"sun.
hall on Thompson Street. 'mice Kent of Sl.n'ke, lime new hold lo rev mil Hie project XI.IKI-H!
The Hampton Council, which refusal of Chief Judge Chester the rules which provide counsel downtown tlf Slaike IIJM grown Ilil* "'c-k lei tlllll' \ IM.mt me to li.i o "hl'lIhb..1'111"l \ lire
lacked a for its Jan. 14 Chance to allow Judge Green to be indigent and which require the first '!'I,411111. id.niled., install, urn period Hlu'flH. lights. pave
meeting,quorum a based in the Bradford County cour- appearance of) all defendants Ix'forethe III plH.l.i nUovp, Mririlt William, left and .'.leiome.loluiM. tioMHvvalkt. and -tulif..", 'Hie city has! peed lo dOlh.l ,
:. meeting for 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, thouse. Bradford courthouse officials court within 24 hours of arrest viexiden tl' the ('mimmitv Male hook of vtoi-k w illi its ri'l'ws.'l I'he IH'i''I"i inertlnRklv. "01'kInK -
,. Jan 21..The. have long sought a fulllimc He was an early proponent of the Starke. present check to 1'114'1111", .!:.". II. l hI Mayor lo raise! funds 111\1110 find sources of lI\Ih'I'iilllll| the
Zoning Board of Bradford circuit judge for the county, rule which allows pretrial depositions ClinrloH "litefer. lowest. poHMilihco. ..l, For inMuiuo, 11 mtnirr of
County is scheduled to meet Tues Judge Green was reassigned lo ( of all sidle witnesses I'hlllllof lime Downtown l'rogre5Connuitlce tl)l'(') 4I4'4.'lllh4' hem\"'" has been found III till the prirofiom

day Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Starke Union and Baker Counties and Then was city hall. lo be based in Union County

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Brooker Council Faces

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Federal Funding CutsBy :

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I/on Sap)) Stalnaker, fire chief, ,
IS<(<"I' Stall W..lt"I'Id Still awaiting changeover is the : :
( >( and ends kept the Brooker water tank from the old tanker to(he .., .p t '>Rtrb ,. I Ak r
( ii\ I'( ''(nimi'il husy Tuesday evening, latest truck the city has bought :, ; y W
.I.In I I il, ranging (Irom school! cross Gene Melvin said thaljie had made 7 t T f
in).', gii.uils to lire trutk repair bIlls. arrangements at the Florida
I1114'III4< /\ item will catch-up with the Hydrocarbon plant for them to helpin r rtI
.the Thursday afternoon
tlly nevi I year, according to clerk
I.,I'd", ] Knhmson, who told (the commission ( is (the target date lo begin work.
Police ..
tiled l I k-ciiTdl revenue sharing Department.)
funds ale estimated to be cut Needing a uniform lo go lo court I
II",i |pct cent next; Vl'iII' in, Marshal Darrell Williams bought tI
\VattT' System... one out ol his own pocket for $79.07. ,,
TIll'all'l' loner ifpamling/ hash It seems (the council had agreed to j rr 1:' + A I
vu linislu'd, with a hill lor $5.4J6 buy him two, but had never gotten
}I"'inn M'nllullll' l'Oll1l11issioll. II was .inuiiiil. 'In il Thr> did fin.ilK a,.:it-i
to leimburse Williams for the purchase
"||1'1>|||111\> ('( l lor l paymentSnik .
and lor him to his secondone
\ on Ir.ving to had the buriedAt.ilrl buy
lines that need additional for the same price
v .il\,'s has hcc'ii put oil until a metal Radios were another mailer, wilh
d 1 li"u i.tin' ran be located help find the marshal asking for a portable ,.
11 ii pipes C.I. Stalnaker I old the unit 'lo use when he is out of his radio .i"C
inmuil that' Hoc I Draudv', city equipped police car. Williams was
asking for a unit similiar to the one
'I i,,11111'11011\1'I \ man had not had
i ink "Ithashotel. used by volunteer lire chief Tony

\\ ,''II'I i I U'sling I had initially been Stalnaker
,,u I in I nxeil I lo hrd(1nelnacontpanyin "Who's he got'Ig/ lo bo in contact
I I'' I.,iuiUid.de. but a second con- with when he gels out ul I he car9" Straight A's at Starke Elementary..
asked Sue Davis wanting' 'lo know
"i \li :aiionas, taken by the council
i i m -di\ infill \\lnlc an original 01t'l him the $538 unit would be used These Starke Elementary Kindergarten\ and first grade students made Welch, Kimberly Purvis, West Milner, Andrea Jenkins, Chris Gibbs and
i ui 1'71,11,1(1 been.iitepled, it was "1t the car radio is on he( blink Straight A's on their report cards for the second l six: week grading period. Jason Thompson.In .
hi' loiinuls deeision to have the I'm all for getting a mobile unit," From tell to right on the front row: !Matt I'usateri, Trey Ross, Adrienne the rear: Nakisha Williams Rasheeta Chandler, Rhiannon Bolt,
"""pl| (',,, go to Gainesville lori said Gene Melvin, "bul we've got I'adgetl, Kliosli.iuiKla Mines Sekennij Hell, Dipti Patel, Kenae Morgan, Crystal Ferguson, Ashley Guthrie Michelle O'Steen Carrie Crawford,
-''mnIU' Testing ollered\ do good radio equipment" ('m.-ie Thompson, Heather Jar Is soul Shannon Wood. Emily Hartley, Suzanne Joyncr, Chris Crawford, Drew Wainwright
In the middle row: Lindsay \\'",," ill. .'i\sl.il Sdii-xlei. AnuinilI .,
i I lol i> Ini $iOhldl; ( was $.{.> mine According lo Joe Tolleson, the car
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i m i the initial utter
radio had been purchased over len

Mi hind the move ass a concern years ago when the first, police car I roin I heir main ear radios They arc that the building lo house the dump
h.l>> i ,1 1 closer lab would be mole' was bought. It\ has bl'I1'pain'd t extensively regarded{ as very important by keeper had been purchased for $770
,i,miive to Hit city's need.si over the years and according many ollicers to call for assistanceif and was on site He also said that KOCHS DRUG STOREYour
to Slalnaker it has been fixed
just -
an emergency happens while out after talking to the county commission
i nc Dl'partl1ll'nt'tlllll.... tigain ol their carMiscellaneous.. he had been told that they were Full Service Pharmacy

i ''u new Vealsleeted oil bad for The council agreed\ to wait until ... going to clean-up around the
in" Bionkei: V'olunleei "'11'1' D'IMI'I- the marshal was able to make a personal Agreed to participate with the Brooker slat ion,
I n! i 1,1,t when on the M'I'IIIHII'UIi ol I the appearance at a meeting to explain county in a program to provide JANUARYCLEARANCE
-1.\I till Sal urday, Jan 4, their main Ihe need lor the new radio school crossing guards. A new law The Brooker city election will be
'" i ,'.line apart before taking final act ion. took rflrcl this year with the county held on Feb 18 with opposition in
i Id, l'-jolnl) let loose and did commission approving a $2 sur- both groups 1 and 2. Clerk Linda
; i 111 damage to the compiled Portable radios, known as 'pop- charge on all traffic fines to be divided Robinson requested the council fund
I inak on loan oin t the Florida outs', have been a Itxtuiewilh many on a per capita basis to fund the four poll workers to attend a
i i seivue The liutk is back in police departments for communications crossing guards class lo be given by the supervisor of
i "'wn' now accoidinu/: lo Tonv with officers ho are away .r..,.'ITn'', :" ..nn"'NI I.. II,.. '''' '''' elections! which was approved.

I Harris Remley To Speak On Americanism At Starke C. of C. Many Items Reduced1o5075

\\ hu's Right With America" is nouncement ol winners! oIl the CII IL'II Meinhei of tin Nominal ing Comi'ru's! <', Carolyn' Aulry., and J.E. %
'''I'll' ul Harris. Rent>' /lor the of the Year, Outstanding Student ol miller 'for lWfi-87! (; welt Bill Marlomlmson.
1al I meeting of the Slarke- the Year and Humanitarian
i lint'd Chamber of Commetteset Awards. Nominations ait receivedIrom Perfume Appliances Jewelry
>1.\ 2!"> at the Slaike Golf and Coun- the community b lor the awards,
( luhKi and the selection made by a Cosmetics Gifts Candy
Chamber committee
I ,mil,v s message will locus on Installation of Chamber officers is FREE GIFT WRAPPING -
\i ,i t'I i n diiism and free enleipnse II also on the schedule John Miller of L'
1. I IIh bile humor, motivation, in- The/ Telegraph/ is the 1986-87 FloridaNational
-i',"I i iiion\ and a positive outlook lori Chamber president Ray Norman of
;" ',inn'e the Community State Bank is vice-

H"III1\' is associated with theM treasurer president. and Dr. Len Schlolman is BankMain 1 t e :ooUKoNsi I ) I

,d'''' -Ilt"ldlr\" :! CSX Corporation, as /Newly elected board members are Office, 105 W. Jefferson St. Starke 3209t ((904)) 964-7050 1
II 11.101 ol civic affairs. He is a jewelry store operator Evelyn Chas-
,i.aiivi. Floridian! a Jacksonville tain, attorney Reggie "Flynn, and -, DAILY FOUNTAIN SPECIALS-
It.I ,,It'lil tot, many years, a member banker Ray /Norman who has served \
oi t tin. First Baptist Church of for years on the board as an ex- WILL BE *
,l J.K, 'ksniu ilk, lather ol three officio member Irom the Fair ( Monday . . Tuna Sandwich . . . 1.99Potato
i :..II"It'I1.' :'Na\- veteran and is ac11 Association! but who will now be an Salad Small Drink
I\ in community' affairs He has official hoard memberReelected CLOSEDMonday

I" i n "recipient ol many awards for to the board of gover- Tuesday . . Hamburger . . . . 1.59
1!h ,i-, Hints ol promoting the nors for new three-jear terms are French Fries, Small Drink
Vim" i 'IL.III way ol the The sole pur- dentist Bill Manhese, optometristLen Jan. 20

,I i -i' nl Rentley''s effort is to inform Schlofman, and FNB President Wednesday Spaghetti . . . . 1.99
Imf I tmiiuiage more Americans, J.E. Tomlinson. lV" (A National
Bread, Toss Salad, Sm Drink
i -imiallv\ our youth, to become
,fault, di their responsibilities as a Roger Jones, Keith Gilhngham, tllrtin l.ulhr xlnx Federal Holiday)
i'in/in. and to take a more active and Richard Welly are going off the Thursday Chicken w/yellowrlce. . '2.00Bread
P,n' 11111)(' aflair" of our government board. Welty, however, will serve in Toss Salad, Sm Drink
.il., ill levels the ex-officIo capacity of immediate IN REMEMBRANCE OF

past president. Friday . . Ham Plate . . . . '2.00
I 1'111 snutil hall hour is set for 6'30:
I pin, I he banquet is set to begin al 7 Currently serving on the Chamber Martin Luther King, Jr.'s BirthdayThe Lettuce & Tomato, Sm Drink
p m I Dmnei will include steak and board of governors are Carolyn Visit Our Pharmacy for
all tin I trimmings for $12 per person. Aulry, Steve Futch, Scott Roberts,
In icsctve a seat, phone the L.M Gaines, Bruce Scott, S,L. Peek, resume regular banking
f'honhr,, 9645278, 10 purchase Steve Denmark, Eddie Douglas, Tuesday, January 21 1986
tnkits. Seating is limitedAlsn GK, Ely, John Miller, Bryon Ter- KOCHS DRUG STORE
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'I J4 J4r'rrxir For Dr. Kine's: B'dav"Living

w (the Dream" is the theme -A day for the family to share
for an observance program for together to reach out to relativesand
0, Bradford County in honor of Dr. friends, and to mend broken
: Martin Luther King, the slain civil relationships
rights louder .A day when: the community rids
: The program is set Sunday Jan. itself of the barriers which divide it
!19! at 3 p.m. on tithe KJE gym at 10HO and come tther as one.
N. Pine Street in Starke. .A day wiiun people of all races
"This will he a great day of religions classes and stations in life
celebration for Bradford County and put aside their differences and join
surrounding communities," says m the spirit of togetherness.A .
Carolyn Spooner, commissioner for day for our nation to pay
the Dr. Martin Luther I King: commemorative tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
?f4 ?W celebi'ation. who awakened in us the best
# + r lr''f f a? s p l> s Guest speaker will be MarvinDavies qualities of the American spirit.
a ,gs'w special assistant to Gov. .A day for nations of the world to
Bob Graham. Local officials invited cease all violent actions, seek non-
to participate in the ceremonies are violent solutions and demo. strate
I Robert Scott, mayor of Lawtey; that peace is not just: a dream but a
Mike Cooney, executive vice- real possibility if only for one day.
president of the Starke-Bradford "If'only one day, each of us serves as
County Chamber of Commerce; Jim a 'drum major for justice and
Duncan: superintendent of schools pence,' then we will bring to life the
I lor the Bradlord district; Charles inspiring vision of freedom which
Sch.uMr, mayor of Slarke; Jimmy Martin Luther King Jr. 'dreamed',"
Scott, president of the Bradlord says Ms. Spooner.
Chapter of the NAACP; Alice Hud- Federal legislation: set aside the
son, operasinger; Lois Moore third Monday of January, which is

,-,- -.. -'-- .'- "' "'._ -.... ..=""" .... ._'"..,- ..., ...''"''''' singer, Carolyn Spooner, commissioner Jan 20 this year, as the official
for the Dr. Martin Luther federal holiday for the observance of
I I Junior Women Donate $1000 SFCC Starke Center... King Birthday Celebration; Ulysses Dr. King's birthday, which has been
Woods, Hev Levy Lennon, Rev declared a national holiday Accor-
l Iehhie cum.million, president nl, Hie Jnnioi \\oin.m's flub, pn-si-nts a 'I'hc' \\'/lllnlll'S ('lulli>l M.nkc, Hi .iilililum pt it,,iii lug I''"' laulitv lor! tin Joseph Pierce and Hev Herman ding to the act "the holiday should
SI.WMI check lo I li, KOI'nai'it r.iiUlrn.. 'om'cllllaIOl' or lie SF('(' Sl.uko hit) iiiiisit.il, .sissislnl Johnson
('. in the I saliMil' titkrls. I"'n1.1'cl, and 'lid p4(1 srixe .Ilicilrsseils serve as a time for Americans to
for i the liinrlil iliinici uliKli w.is M"i'\o"l l>.\ the Slaike l.iltli- "Living the Dream" will be: reflect on the principles of racial
In the photo ((1'1'! ): i\cl\n: (iiillin, president ol lie M.nkiuin.iirH \\onu'n. .A day to celebrate/ the life and equality and nonviolent social
('h'": (Inis D.milsim, ui-iliirUiii ol Onliiaillonl I ('011I nllmit\. l.iIIK. : dream of Martin Luther King Jr. change espoused by Martin Luther
(n\ .\lIIh 1'\\10; Laura Couli, tn-diieilm. ill l the Brad lord (' Comiiiiiiiil\ i\lall.\.1 Ilir lii.ullonU oimiiiiinU.. l'la\us, who dmi.ilnl their time and, .A day to reaffirm the American King Jr."
I'l.iM-is.. |UI'1I..a..lh.lI.: Mis. ('uuuatightnu, and t'.uolMi Auliili.m:. talents. l III the lliiMtiii.il. ) success ul llu-i-\tniugn .11.c already fnjoMiif'Inliiiulils ) ( ideals ol freedom, justice and opportunity
unman tonalion irpicsmls (lie not proeeedn. 'hoin the li.iloi! l ('011111111111t si-iiM-sli-i 1'1 l j llii-MX CM.ikr CrnlnI ', .A day lor love, not hate; for THE BRADFORD
I t\ I'l.ixois Noxcmlici: li( perl'arntance ol' My Fair Lady "hic'h1" spoil- : understanding, not anger. for peace, COUNTY TELEGRAPH
shred l II\' (the| .liniioi \\'III.IH'S (lub its U i I)1-111-lit I'..,. Ilio now t'ullt-gr( ('C'IIIt'I'III ,- ( C'IIII'I currently li.is .in "-11..111111'111111. ,ipiiii\imilily" | IUIsliiilcnls.ulli : not war Published Thursdayat
the icno\.ilOl I'KU! : colu1huu.e.Tornado. \ a 1 II"I.I) Mill) in sight when 11'Kisli.iinm I'ITIII'h, are loin plelyd.. l every
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We invite you to worship with us. Rates:

Michelle Hall plus you get the chance to become taught ana ability to use materials tact Mrs. Hazen or Mrs. Redding Attended Nursery In-trade area: $10,00 per year
real acquainted with the other con- related to the subject.. They will lead the Sunday School . 10 am
in direc-
testants. 3.) Professional preparation and tion Hurry and buy right Morning Worship . 11 am $5.50 six months
yours today!
Seniors... education with evidence of con- The deadline for these to be Evening Service 6 pm I Outside
Just a reminder that the balanceof Armed Services Test... tinued professional contributionsand January 24, 1986 in is Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm area: $11 per year
the Bahamas amount Is due The ASVAB (Armed Services improvement, such as in- : $6.00 six months

March 10. For more details, see Vocational Aptitude Battery) test service training, additional degrees, .. .. .
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Mrs. Wanda Smith. will\ be given at the Vo-Tech Centeron summer study, travel related to subject
Santa Fe Community College January 22 at 8-30: p.m. Students area and the like.
representatives will be on campus in desiring to take this test must sign 4.) Ability to relate to parents, VIDED =
the attendance area every Thursday up with the counselors by the end of students and community: good a
from 11:30-1:30: : ( pm They will be the school day Tuesday, January 14 school service, good teacher-student
available: to answer any questions relationships and involvement in
about admissions, financial aid, pro- Save over $200! ... school and community affairs
grams and course requirements The BHS Art Department is sell- 5.) Leadership in school activities, MOVIE RENTALSRent
Those students planning on atten- ing a book of coupons for only $4. In- such as membership on a curriculm
ding a junior college, state university cluded in this book is a savings of or instructional materials council or
or technical school after graduation state committee. Saturday
over $200 and a calendar. This is a advisory
in June, and need financial aid good investment The money you 6.) Extension of the classroom, 3 |QJK
I should pick up the Standard Application save off the first redeemed coupon such as evidence of innovation, activities return Monday
: form from Guidance: Counselor pays for the book. Don't be left out. to extend the school into the
I Allison Aljets in the guidance office. Buy yours today from Mrs. O'Brian, community, promotion of experimental -
Most College deadlines are March 1, Mrs. Hamilton, or Mrs. Brewer programs and develop-
so you need to contact Ms. Aljets before all ment of new materials. HOME ENTERTAINMENT
they're gone
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right away,: __ 7.) Evidence of superior past per-
+.._.., ..,_ .
'1'" HBW.' Congratulations... formance, such as honors, awards
Miss Ugly... ". and the like, prior to the selection as
Congratulations to the following District Teacher of the Year. CONCEPTS 9646946U.S.
I The Miss Ugly contest set this teachers. They have been Starke-
year on Saturday, February 1, in the
nominated as BUS Teacher of the Senior Messages...
high school auditorium at 7:30: p.m. Year. They are: Debbie Flynn,
Mark it on your social calendar not Olivia Scott, Ted Ramsey, Bobbie Senior Messages are here. In 25 301 South Bradford Square
to miss Rosie Cheeks, Sleazy Suzy Sue O'Brian, and Robyn McNelley. words or less, you can leave a
and Tantalizing Tina, (just to namea The following is the criteria to the message to your favorite senior in
few) in their hot "numbers'1. selection of Teacher of the Year: the Yearbook. You can be any age to 4d
If any senior boy is still 1 interestedin 1.) A superior ability to teach and buy one, but they MUST be to a _
entering this pageant, please call communicate, plus a knowledge of senior. They are $3 each, and you
Mrs. Chappell at the Middle School. students and their needs, can buy as many as you want. If you
There are many prizes lo be won, 2.) Knowledge of the subject are interested, contact an Annual
Staffer. If you cannot find one. con-

Judge Green Resins I

(frollll'I'I\! | )
| November, 1972! In his role as judge, Green has
In September: 1972 Green was Alter assuming the post of judge in heard numerous controversial)
elected to the circuit bench At that January 1973, Green has served in cases, including the Vann V
time he was the youngest circuit all areas of the court and has servedas Graham case which resulted in
judge in the history of the state. He associate judge for the First,
received the Reginal Heber Smith Third, and Fourth District Courts of numerous reforms at Florida Stale
Medal from NLADA/ABA for Appeals.He Prison. In 1982 Judge Green received
outstanding contributions to the was re-elected circuit judge the L Clayton Nance Award for
cause of equal justice for the poor in without opposition in 1978 and 1984. outstanding service.

I Santa Fe Pass Project D@: @@

I Fe Lake Dwellers Association, will be examined in detail during "vested right" since PUDs are forbidden a
presented slides of the Pass develop- permitting processes conducted by by the county's land use plan START 1986 OFF... '/
ment site, showing approximately the State Department oi Natural in the 100-year flood plain. "
t".F" ; ,;
5.000 cubic yards of fill dirt, and a Resources, and the U,S. Corps of Mrs. Brown also said there wen. 1. By Paying Off Your Christmas Bills 1 ,
road he said had been constructed illegally Engineers "no outstanding violations" against 1 With the Money You Make Selling Un- ,
Into the lake without Santa Fe Lake and Santa Fe River the developers "in our file." needed Items Through Our Want Ads .
necessary permits were recently designated as
Thirty to 40( yards of sand were Outstanding Florida Waters, gran- Records compiled by Hill.
removed from the lake front by the ting them a higher degree of protec- however, state that Bob Holton, .1'' 'y ,.
developers after the U.S. Corps of tion than ordinary bodies of water in Alachua County Codes Enforcement yGFT
I Engineers issued cease and desist the state. Director, notified the developers on O E ;i
orders on beach filling\ in the Commissioner Brown told Nov. 30, 1979 that their project was -a.\J _,<"...f\\ 0 e
navigable waters of the lake. reporters after the meeting that she in violation of Section 13 of Article IV v 01 ,ct A
Larry Cheshire, a resident of San- believed Cheshire may have a of the Alachua County Zoning e'i a'. Classified Ads
ta Fe Lake and a member of the vested right to develop the land and Regulations, coo o ri '' 1 Get Results
development group, denied that the county may be open for a lawsuitif 'it\\e.
regulations had been violated and it continues to deny his request. Hill's record also shows that on 'i)rUary'c 1 1burin
said he welcomed a review of the Opponents of the development Aug 18, 1980, two Alachua County 5a
landfill issue to "lay it to rest pointed out, however, that the PUD Commissioners, the County \"e
forever." (Planned Unit Development) Engineer, and a representative of 1,. a
John Hendrix, Alachua County granted by the county to Phase II of DER visited the site and observedthe tree .. l ,
Pollution Control Board member, the Pass project does not give illegal till operations.. Checkt /I .y .

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afffb ,

I Blacks Sue For Access To Boards ; Spa bra,.''e15 JJ'orgsIris

a 31091i
(tiom page IA) line
Current county commission down the road to when one district seeped
out black voting strength in violationof districts are pic-shaped, each runn would have a majority. .
the their rights secured by the ing from the outward edge of the be Pq 1t
\ Altoi airy' l.i|"mun suul the demandto free.
Voting Rights Act and 14th and 15th county into Starke with the apex run- redistrict is included in his suit. It
Amendments to the U.S. Constitu- ning into town. School board voting would be necessary to redistrict, \lCelegrapljd'
tion. creating a district with a large black

Ot particular interest to the districts are almost the same, majority to guarantee a black seat ,
NAACP is the elimination of racial Starke has no voting districts; can- on a board, local officials point out. \
discrimination perpetuated by local didates qualify in one of five groups ,
governments against their black and run against whichever elected At-large voting was required by .
citizens, the suit says. official he chooses the state Constitution from 1947 to \
No voting district currently has a 1974 when the Constitution was t Please Send Check To Please Send Check Tot Please Send Check To
majority blacks, who form 26 per. amended, one official said. Amend- Union Co. Times
The suit says mat under the pre cent of the population of the county ment Five approved by voters in Bradford Co. Telegraph Main Lake Region Monitor
1974 left it to each whether to P.O. Drawer A ISO W. St. P.O.Box 1171 /
sent form of electing school board and 30 percent oi the population of county
members, not one black in the entire Starke. have at-large or single member Starke Fl. Lake Butler, Fl Keystone Hgts.. Fl. )
\ history' of the county has ever been district voting, the official id. 32091 32054 :32656 .
elected to the school board Only two Single member voting districtswill According to the 1980 Census, the .
blacks have ever run for the school not necessarily mean a black last official population count, there 064-6305 496.2261 473.2210 s si
board: Herman Johnson in 1974 and can be elected, officials point out. were 15,728 whiles and 4,077. blacksIn
Leroy Davis in 1978 Blacks however, may be looking the county. ,


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etnxcmiAlsHeadlines Scandalous 'Fun in Paris' Wo.s, Front Page

--at ..... ,, News .in Telegraph Issue of 1879Front

Tell the
Story page "news" in The Telegraph clearing the premises ol intruders

during the first years of publication after it
were disposed
"Funny, sonic newspapers
On .liilv :20 I, riH5! ; ii.Kitn-li.iiIrr, iliiicii li> d.ii 1 l.>un T.l,,i' '.I..f. was started in 1879 seems strange, indeed, to' call it; other persons thought it
Hit- realer liiii on lIi lhliwi\) Hill just sunlit ul SUikc; .. cnllidtog| | will ii judged by the standards of today. cowardly as the count's health deprivedthe

|pa.seager afar Ulull.lkill| | |( I the lit,'" of lour II.'....""... AlTK'lll dueuult'ularyuu Instead of the "box car" letters used for countess of a d<-ider, and for any
ii.ilnin.il 'I'\' I 11><'iiniilcil I il.iiigcih nun imposed' b l \' step, Irurk., ni.iilvol headlines in today's newspapers, those of champion other than the legally responsible -
wind bats del rcltya' In.ikes, in lhis dI.\ ol lriitiil.iliiiii| 1879 were set in TYPE THIS SIZE But it editor to interfere would have been

didn't really matter because the front page compromising. However, somebody did,
107 years ago was filled with a potpourri of and although this is not the cause assigned,
5 hurt as truck Woman killed short stones, Sunday School lessons the two or three duels that have recentlycome
poetry, and items from Paris, Rome, andother off or are still on the tapis are its con

as tractor trailer far-flung cities. sequences."
upends school bus The for this that in those
reason was (Editors note: "on the tapis" is a French
days, when every line in the paper was expression for "under consideration.")
HRUNSUKK. Ca rue fhUdren were In rear-ends taxi laboriously and tediously set in "hand
)'urd yesterday one\erely'when:' truck rear r typ*", letter by letter, there wasn't time In addition to the exploits of Paris 51.:ie'
school bus, end Plnndn tMiirt*I'niun.' ,
ended a Clynn roomy flipping u Januurv 15. ltWi! i the reported
ready-print pages on a
over end enough in the week to fill even the meager ty
I A 1"1)1"1./ MINI had .
vitiiti.iii Jiud iirrtvpd in Jack Iowaevidence
"Communist Village' in
,, iiifidt'iil four pages thai comprised the paper at
The honda'nmle I'tiiun' .l nuHrv l.'t I'wn auntdlr1111Iiatiry onlntrrMalr r.early yea
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Therefore it for
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The following/ ('< the Panama Canal would be turned on New

It wasn't until trucker Gary Taylor trained or demonstrate. ability." Atlanta newspapers/ and to filled he "ready with miscellaneous printed" in Year's Day, and that with 30,000 or 40.000"navvles"

finally lost control of his wheeler on a material that could be used anywhere in some of them Chinese, but
And although a National Driver 15,000 of them free negroes from Brazil,
narrow road in Bradford County and the country The "ready print" sheets
killed two women and two children Register luis I been established to help were then shipped to small newspaper The Gay Countess the work would be completed in seven or

riding in an automobile that Florida l.iw states exchange information and identify shops where the two blank inside pages Was Victim of Trick eight years.
drivers who have been:' suspended inother were printed with what little local news (Note: A navvyrhymes with savvy-
enforcement officials finally discovered and advertising the editor could dig British term for manual laborers
up solutely ; still, although skittishly was a
just how well Taylor had learned I to( play states:: the register is not maintained without benefit of a telephone, or even an inclined to proper kick over the traces, she Is not employed in excavating for or building

, the game. on it lirnel Fiver and it does not automobile to gel around town and see positively bad, and, being a most amiable railroads canals, etc. Short for
contain specific ( : histories. what was going on, if anything.It hostess, gives no reason to anyone for the "navigator".) Thousands of these workers
Taylor was still in the business of off her were to die from heat and disease during
States have is doubtful if many Telegraph readersin outrageous practical joke played on
commercial trucking despite a long always jealously guarded those early years were induced to read last week, when some funny wag' sent out construction of the canal.)
history of drunken driving and speeding their authority to issue licenses, but in the "ready print" items, unless they were 3,000 invitations to every "fast woman One section of the ready-print was
offenses and revoked licenses from the case of commercial trucking, it extremely hard-up for reading matter. and man in Paris. devoted to patent medicine ads for which

Florida, Oklahoma and Iowa. That's makes little sense: to allow such spotty, However one "racy" and somewhat "Fifteen hundred persons of whom not the local editor got no pay. These pro-
because he had obtained his latest inadequate certification of drivers who amusing item was carried in the October one-tenth knew the countess pven by sight moted such exotic products as Rising Sun
use the nation's highways to 26, 1879 issue and might have attracted responded to the summons and, as her Stove Polish Fowle's Pile and Humor
drivers license in Texas by lying when the business carryon some attention Headlined "What is Called apartment will not hold more than 200, the Cure Mexican Mustang Liniment and
of interstate
asked about previous suspensions His commerce. Fun in Paris" it related some highjenks of overplus of guests filled up the stairs, got Saponifier Lye for Family Soap Making"

game was to play the states oft' against Trucks are getting bigger and Parisian disastrous"high society" and the somewhat into other people's rooms, blocked the en- Sandwiched in between the home

each other. heavier, while! passenger: autos becomesmaller : results thereof. We quote: trance and, finding out the mystification, remedies and high society items were such
and trucks "The Paris correspondent of a New York either got into a rage and became bits of wisdom as:
Taylor got 60 years in prison for his lighter. Big arethree paper tells this characteristic story of life vituperative or else joined in the spirit of
acts of vehicular manslaughter. But t times as likely:' as passenger cars in the gay capital: the thing and acted like cads "The Fat Contributor says a fool and his

there is evidence to suggest that hundreds to become involved in latal crashes. "The Countess de SI. K--- is a lively "II was bedlam broke loose. Yells and money is like the"hair of a bald-headed man

maybe thousands of other poorly Nearly 4,500 people die every: year in young woman with a bedridden husband. screams and catcalls rang through the corridor soon parted.
t trained or derelict I truckers who have no crashes involving big trucks. The U.S. She nurses him like a good wife during the ; somebody who was in the secret let Stray dogs were also a problem in those
Department Transportation that day but, to make up for the weariness of off firecrackers, the concierge interfered days just as they are now. One item in the
husiness being on the road have learnedto says conslanl attendance in a sick chamber other lodgers vociferated, the police WE'resent readyprint reported that over 100.000
play the multiple license game equally one of every three tractor-trailers can a week. Her for and could do nothing and only at sheep were killed by dogs in Ohio duringthe
gives a party once receptionsare
as well as Taylor. be expecteto;i be:' involved in an accident four in the morning after five hours of year 1878, an increase of 50 percent
in a given year, compared to one jollymore jolly indeed than ab- persecution did the poor lady succeed in over the destruction of the previous vear.
As pointed out by the non-prolit Institute
out of every 13 passenger:' cars.
for Highway Safely, "truck
drivers routinely obtain licenses in Sen. John C. Danford, It-Missouri, Rezoning DeniedTo

several states in order to spread convictions chairman of the Senate Committee on BENEFIT GARAGE SALEFor

among them. According! to a Na- Commerce, Science and Transportation Allow Mobile HomeAt

tional Transportation Safely Board investigation thinks it would be easier: to spot the Chris Campbell Fund

of crashes involving drivers and remove drivers like Gary Taylor il

with large trucks, 44 held (63: I licenses, all obtain commercial uniform truckers lederal were certification requiredto Every Saturday from 9 a.m. till ? Kingsley VillageChange

had 98 suspensions, were involved in 104 ,
crashes and had 45( traffic similar to the Federal Aviation Ad- Volunteers
previous needed
> ministration's airline pilot licensing i to help with sale ol zoning lor properly on Fue
convictions. Lane 2 (Lake Dine 1 ) in th'e Kmgsle.v

In fact under the present stale-by- system. Please Call 964-4536 Village from HC single family) to KMH-1
to allow' location at'a mobile home site.
state licensing scheme for truckers it is "This would help ensure: proper train-
\\'as denied 'I'ut'sdaJIII.. 7. by the ('l 1,1\
almost impossible to find and remove ing and, far more important eliminate:' Anything Saleable Will Be Accepted .. OHmntr'Zoning and!' IMannmg' Hoard. The.illpirc'.UmilTAr

from the road drivers like Gary Taylor, multiple licensing abuses," the Insurance '. l'hml'; \ \
at least not until a spectacular, and Institute points out. Items may be brought to sale locationon Hobert Lee Smith ot KiiigsleV'Lake Pailiment. Sale
of the lo Chailes ot
usually fatal, accident finally brings A uniform licensing system for West side of Rawson Supermarket Count property' Club Kslates. Sl lrk,'. was contingent
them to the attention of authorities. For truckers is a good idea, as is Danford's upon! the approval the proposedretuning.

one thing, 19 states: Florida included, do plan to establish a trust fund to finance Parking Lot .

not issue classified licenses specifically random! roadside inspections of tucks or New Seaboard Center on Edwards Road De\\itl I<:ldt'I', president ot the Kmgsle: .
intended. for operators of big rigs. Most t and buses for defects and signs of driver Lake Pioperlj Owners Assn. presented ji
IJI'lllill1l'llh 1DJ: signatures the
of those states just issue licenses. with fatigue or intoxication. It cost lour innocent Across from Bradford Square lequesled) "spot /oning". opposing

commercial I or non-commercial lives in Bradford County before The applicant has the light appeal to
classification."Drivers can go right out authorities finally caught on to the j Your Help Will Be Appreciated the Cl.iv ('lIullly Commission at Us i p.m..

with a general commercial license and game that Taylor had played so well. T__ Hn_ ">L fcn i > H -"%_ TH s. sai n j ..l.iiui.iiv :211! meeting.

try to handle an wheeler," the institute With human stakes like those, (that's a

says. "They don't have to be game that ought to be ended for good.

County Agent's NotebookWatch B) Babby'l'aInr

Enrollment Increases Reflect

I January and Kchiu.iryaie/ the best months the Weathermay Spei'les .mil I yn'u'tit's ililler in the
ol the year to li.itispl.ini harcrool amount ol chilling they must hIn'illlll'l\t'I'\
Greater Stress on EducationAn plants in the landscape. This also applies be too cold for sonic, too short lair to complete rest and resume normal
I odooryiidt I Irllllll'l'I's I il you have plans toe others and still others may suffer .IromMimiiHTs' growth, which is considered the lulling i'equiiement -
stalling( homo orch.nd. lie.il and humidity. Consequently of the species or variety.A .
increased of higher standards. An upward trend in
general awareness Fruit glowing( is an inleicsling and species and v.u'lelies of Iruils should he plant Inch does not arrive sul I icicnl
the value and even the necessity of scores achieved by Bradford County rewarding hobby which |provides fresh chosen on I ho basis of historical weather chilling to sit isl'y rest is usually delajed m
higher education in today's society, anda students was noted in recent State Student hint, tit the peak ol its in.ilnnly Flint tieesMil p.ilterns. Some considerations ol weather lealmgoul .mil blooming Oil on. till' opening -
willingness of high school! students, as Assessment testing. County School ( also: lit'ullractivc addition to many are discussed briefly in the following. ol (lower and\ leaf buds will be scat-
stan- Superintendent Jim Duncan has stated III'"UI' laudscgx'situatiuns.: Mosl fruits io Ihrough the winter in a 11'1.11 l over" a long pcuod ol tim,'. Plants
well adults to meet: required !
as There ate many kinds nil I ruil winch can dormant slate called "rest penod"ieneiiilly willh\'lIn1\ vei\ ft'I'ars \\'l1h msiillicienl -
dards is reflected in the surge of enroll- that Bradford students are now at or be grown. 0111'nl'l'a. You can successfullygrow (: this is associated with short ( winter chilling oil the other hand\

ment being experienced by Santa Fe above the stale average in almost every apples hlackberi, bluchcn, days cold weather" and loss of leaves. Ks-: rather 1'II.d'inl'l's. satisfy rest early sat
Community College and its recently- area. ligs( grates, nccl.iimes, {peaches pears Xsurc| lo winter temperaurcs! for a certain t that I Ihe plants stall l growing with l the lust
Starke Center. pecans plums and some films varieties length of lime picpares the plant) lo warm spell{ which makes them subject to
opened Public school actions
to promote like satsuma': calamnndm and
kumqual. start active growth again when injury by later cold weather {paiticiilailv'
quality education have helped create an Selection of sixties{ and vari4'l iI's is temperatures are more favorable for late frosts which may deslro.v the bloom
Long lines queued up for winter awareness among students of their critical fur I'mil production as plants' grow Hi. or young Iruit

semester enrollment at the SFC'C ability and their capacity to study and which iiie not adapted In' local conditions Temperatures Ix'low 4.VK are" known as We have a good fact sheet on hint
Gainesville campus, and increased achieve in will generally( fail to p..hu.t.l'I.garcllt'ss. ol chilling temperatures. The number of varieties thai: should help you select Ihe
today's highly competitiveworld
enrollment for the winter semester over how much care and Hllt'lIliun the plants hours lielow 45.K accumulate through the species mill variety of the ('tlil trees that
fall semester at according to the Santa Fe receive Weather is |cihaps the single winter moot hs and"IJllslilult'lolal l hours ol might inteiesl )'1111. l'alllll' come b.v vour
the opening our own spokesman.Dr. 11iiisl IJUpu'taut lat'll1l'111"1 titles mineswhere chilling. Our ai c.i has an a\erageol, : aloud County Agent's: 011'lice for )our cop>. 'or it
Starke Center reflect this accretion ol frail crops can be grown." Winters :350( hours of chilling you want moic itilonn.iturn.
interest in meeting the demands of to- Bernard McFadden, director of

day's business and industry the Slarke Center, is pleased and en-

thusiastic over the increased enrollment Forestry in Bradford We get letters.....
from SFCC showan
Preliminary figures :' for the Winter Semester, which County

increase in enrollment of more than now stands at around 630 on a "seatsfilled" It.V U.ivill W. Norton Bradford ( 0. "''''''hlt'r
500 for the upcoming winter term-- Starke Needs Maternity
basis. "It is satisfying to
very One hundred and thirteen years ago in chairs gun shticks which provided heir( Reader
substantial gain over the 7,300 who attended Facility Says
find that the interest shown last fall, Nebraska Arbor Day was first celebrated. Foist, looms thai wraved their dothing.bUill' ,
the winter term in 1985.! The following all the publicity and excite- On Jan. 4, 11172.Sterling Morton a memberof )' churns, wheels and covered wagons Editor, Telegraph:

Starke Center likewise reports a ment preceding the opening of Starke the STate Hoard of Agriculture, and that lit-gain the movement westward tits I don't have money to have this Into
healthy increase over the fall term later Governor of Nebraska" introduced for transportation. ( of goods and railroad put
Center, was not just a 'flash in the pan'. print, but here Is what I think most
and seemed the( adoption of the following I lies that pioneered the wesl.
continuing high interest) in
showing a everybody In Bradford
would like
II is evident now that this is a sustained resolution; "'I'hallht' "tenth day of April be Trees have spawned Americas history to have. County
the convenience and of
economy having interest that will continue to grow with espcci.illy set apart| in honor of trees and right rrullllht'lH'ginning I and, (they are with
two-year college courses offered "at the expected growth of our area," Dr.McFadden tree planing! ill the Stale of Nebraska and us Icxl.iy in some 5,000 different products How about a maternity wing added to
home". said. hereby name it Arbor Day." The! tenth of thai we put lo use each day. our Bradford Hospital
enrollment April coincidentally was Sterling Mon Sill'S Anyone interested in purchasing seedlings There are hotels motels restaurants l,
Commenting on the increases More and more young people as wellas birthday can do so this Saturday Jan IH al i) fast food places supermarkets l, schools,
a spokesman for SFCC said adults are beginning to realize thE Statewide publicity was given to the occasion u.in. AI the Bradford Square Shopping and even a college: so why not a place
that more students now seem willing to truth of the old adage "If think and more than one million .treeswere Center, the Division Forestry will IH*offering where our children and grandchildren can
meet the higher entry and placement you planted on the first Arbor Day. a packet of 8 seedling trees for $2 be born?
education is expensive try Thereafter, the Arbor Day tradition each iirl: Scouts from the I la..k"III"'IIIII'I'
standards recently imposed on SFCC by ignorance! spread until approximately Iwo-lhirds of assisting with lids by filling Ihe packets I had my last son (child) 30 years ago the
itself and also by the State Departmentof the laws resolutions eighth of this month. The place where he
stales had passed or with two of each of the following: Virginia
Thanks to the Starke Center, higher was born Is now Dr. Sarnt's office. It
Education. providing( for the observance of Arlnir pine, longleaf and red
educalion- least the first two years of Day. wasn't a big hospital but I didn't have to
SFCC believes that emphasis now being It is also had their first Arbor maple. take the chance of having him on the way
itis no longer expensive. The cit i/ens of Florida Kememlx-r Arbor Pay and keep il green
to Gainesville'
placed by public school administrators available and convenient. !Day celebration in $IHtUi.; In 1945, the by planting a (reel that.Bradford or Jacksonville I appreciated -
on quality education is a Florida Legislature adopted I the third Friday -
factor in making high school studentsaware The challenge is Ihere. in January as Florida's official ArliorDay. County ls our home. We would
They decided thai April was a shade love our children and grandchildren to be
and desirous of meeting these GO TOTl
late for planting trees in Florida.On Missing BORN IN BRADFORD COUNTY,
January 17, why not join in the lOOIh
Why should a woman have to go so far
Arbor !Day celebration in Florida by plan- ChildrenNational for her child to be born?
ling a tree? If lire planting is not' possible,
? then celebrate Arbor Day by taking a moment Hotline: Starke \Ia a "big city" now They-auld
; to consider all the blessings that we afford to add a maternity wing to the
L J) wmThe receive from trees. ((800)) 843.5678Clearinghouse hospital, or even build a maternity

) Trees liecamc the shelters for early : hospital.
American settlers as well as the fuel to Mrs. Dessie CowartRt.
s keep them comfortable during harsh ((800)) 342.0821 .2.Box ai 0.Starke .
is the national flower of Japan. ,
chrysanthemum winters Trees lioeamo their l>eds. tables


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January Hi. IlIHIt! ; TKI.KIiKAPI: : l"il igc..t:

t Hudson, Brannen Bradford Hosp. Auxiliary
Engagement Told .
Social "
Club News Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hudson,

Notices Sr., of Starke announce the engagement '
Celebrates 30th
of theNews Church Items of their daughter, Constance Birthday

Victoria (Vickie), to Jerry Mitchell

Brannen,. son of Angeline and the In Jan., 1956, three months prior to purchase of new equipment, land
late Maurice Brannen all of Lake
and community -
Weddings Butler. the official opening of Bradford scaping, renovations
Hospital, the was organized. service .
Auxiliary programs.In
Miss Hudson is the granddaughterof
Receptions Over the past thirty years the 1980 a scholarship fund was
Mrs. Blanche McEuen of Starke.
',.. Gladys Mooty Parties Auxilirns have dedicated established to aid students pursuinga
She Bradford School
$1. 964.7608 was' a High themselves to serving both the career in healthcare and ten
Class of 85 .
graduate.Mr. and the have been
hospital community.To scholarship already
ir Brannen is the grandson of
celebrate their 30th birthday, awarded.
Mrs. Pearl Thomas of Lake Butler.
-"i. the Auxiliary has dedicated the Jan. Another community service proJect
He graduated in 1981 from Union
20 general meeting to those who initiated in 1983-84 by the Aux-
School and is employed by
,i| Odessa Thomas Retires Owens-Illinois High of Lake Butler. helped organize the program at iliary is the Tel-Med program. Tel-

From Gainesville VA The wedding will be February 28 Bradford Hospital. Guest speakerfor Med is a free library of health Infor-
j the meeting will be C.E. 0 Steen mation tapes played over the
al Ml. Zion Primitive Baptist
Bradford Hospital Administrator telephone to callers. There is
fi Miss Odessa.Thomas, a graduateof Church in Lake Butler. easy-
BUS Class of '48, retired Dec. 23r who will speak on "New Horizons". to-understand information availableon
: after 33 of government ser L fHiidacrWIiillowuiulltunily Past presidents, members of the BH over 300 subjects.
vice. years Chilly Board of Directors, the medical staff Plans for the future of the Brad

She received her R.N. from s Jr. Woman's Club and administrators will be honored ford Hospital Auxiliary ii.Iude:

Alachua General Hospital, School of Whitlow-Chitty guests. recruiting more volunteers. "With
Nursing in 1951. Held Meeting MondayThe Engagement Told Presently, there are 106 active and the new addition to the hospital we
y sustaining Auxiliary members who are going to need more volunteers.We .
-:. Miss Thomas worked at Lake City I 3 3Bliss Junior Woman's Club of The engagement and approaching have given many hours of volunteer are planning now to actively
Starke held its regular
;. VA Hospital for six years. She turn monthly marriage of Candace Julia Whitlow service to the hospital over the seek new members, both male and
? served as a commissioned officer in meeting on Monday, Jan. 13 at 7:30: of Jacksonville to Randal K. Chilly years. female, for our program," said Aux

the Navy Nurse Corps for 15 years, p.m. at the clubhouse. Hostesses II of Starke and Jacksonville is Ixi- Through such projects as iliary President Marjorie Thomson.
,'J which included 7 duty stations caring were Shan Johns, Janis McKinney ing announced by their milk's. operating a food stand at the County

tl for the families and personnel of Sandra Crawford, Lorna Reddishand Ms. Whit low is the daughl cr of Mr Fair and managing and staffing the

I the Navy and Marine Corps from Vicki Gaines. and Mrs. Lewis S. Newman, Jr., of Hospitality Shop in the hospital, the Meeting InformationThe
't 1958 until 1973. I The Education Dept sponsoredthe Jacksonville. Candi graduated tram Auxilians have raised approximately Auxiliary will meet Monday

program for the meeting. Guest Forrest High School and North $100,000 since 1965. night, Jan. 20 at 6:30: p.m. at the
Commander Thomas returned speakers were Betty Young with the Florida College as a Graduate The money raised has been Western Steer Steakhouse for their

lo Starke and was employed by the Odessa' Thomas Child Abuse Prevention Project and Registered Nurse. She is employed donated to the hospital through the regular dinner meeting.Del .
i Gainesville VA Medical Center until Diann Douglas, Home Extension at the Baptist Medical Center in
S;! her retirement. work and dedication. Presently liv- Agent for Bradford County with the Jacksonville.Mr. .

', Miss Thomas stated she has enjoyed ing in Gainesville, she plans to I .'.1.8. project, sponsored throughthe Chilly is the son of Mrs. Joan

'. her career and recommends renew' old friendships and spend University of Florida. The topic T. Chitty and the late Randal F'. l

:; nursing to anyone interested in hard more time "back home" in Starke. was Teenage Pregnancy. Chitty, Sr. of Slarke Handy Edward Tucker, Jr.
graduated from Bradford High BIRTHSStephanie Mr. and Mrs. Del Edward Tucker
Debbie Connaughton, President School and the University of South Sr. announce the birth of a son, DeiEdward
received a special award from the Jr., born Jan. 11 in Shands
,; Florida in Finance & Business Administration -
Catrell Overstreet Child Abuse Prevention Project for
Hospital in Gainesville.
lie is associated with
; Honored At Luncheon Little Miss-Jr. Miss Fla. her work done on the LatchKey Dianne Martin Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Seacoast Distributors Inc of John and Nita Martin of Citra announce
; Miss Catrell Overstreet was Pageant Feb 8 Children the presentation.Project. Betty Young made Jacksonville, and is the Territorial the birth of their daughter, and Mrs. Charles Hilliard of Starke.
..' Manager for R.C.A. products Stephanie Dianne, born Sept. 13 at great-grandmothers are
honored at a bridal luncheon Saturday The Little Miss-Jr. Miss Florida Mrs. Susie Hilliard and Mrs.
noon, Jan. 11 in the private din- state pageant is set to be held' in Monthly Strawberry Awards were throughout Northeast Florida Alachua Hospital. She joins her Elizabeth Combs, both of Starke.
-. ing room of the Chicken Factory Gainesville on Feb. 8. shared this month by Shan Johns, Their wedding will be an event of sister, Kimberly, 6Vi, and her Paternal Mr.
grandparents are
Restaurant. Carolyn Autry, Evelyn Chastain and March 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the First brother Jason, 4Vi.
: James Tucker of and Ms.
Winners of this will Church of Stark with Keystone
Mrs. Leila Mundy and Mrs. Dolly pageant represent Debbie Flynn. Baptist a
Barbara Tucker of Starke. Great-
Florida in the national pageant F.F.W.C. membership award rib- reception immediately following' at
Spiers greeted guests at the door and Stephanie is the granddaughter of
Ms. Hattie Crossof
grandparents are
which is being televised and will bons lor in the most the Woman's Club of Starke.
Overstreet bringing new
presented them to Ms. Lena O'Neal of Starke and Mrs. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie
receive their entire national
her mother Mrs. Dimple Overstreet, entry members in a club year were Cordilia Martin of Mcintosh, Fla. Tucker of Naples.
and Mrs. Cooney, mother of the fee paid along with many other presented to Carolyn Autry, Evelyn
groom-to-be. Mrs. Spiers had fabulous award Chastain and Therese Schlofman.The Weeks Chapter UDC

previously presented all three with All girls ages 0 months thru 18 annual Strawberry Pageantwas Meeting Jan. 20 Supper Planned for Seaman Jayne Uhl .

'r original silk flower corsages. years who are interested in com- the main topic of discussion at The W.T. Weeks Chapter UDC will Starke No. 224 OES
Mrs. Mundy and Mrs. Elizabeth peting (8 age divisions) may do so by the meeting This year's theme is meet Monday, Jan. 20 at 11 a.m. at Completes TrainingNavy
Nasworthy Invited the guests to find writing Marcia Johnson, P.O. Box "Strawberries Are A Girl's Best the Western Steer Steakhouse. Starke Chapter No. 224 OES will Seaman Recruit Jayne L.

their places at the table decoratedwith 9457, Chattanooga, Tenn. 37412 or Friend".ln order for the pageant to have a covered dish supper January Uhl, daughter of Corley B. and
the honoree's chosen colors brides'table calling ((615) 867-7572 for applica be held this year, there must be a 18 at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Juanita D. Linzy of Lake Butler, has
blue and white. Centering tions. minimum of 10 entrants. Entry Methodist Senior Citizens completed recruit training at Orlan
was a low basket of various The public is invited to attend and
deadline is March 1 at 6 p.m. NO EXCEPTIONS Luncheon Set
blue colored silk flowers flanked by Door will Meeting do.Uhl's
support our youth. prizes WILL BE MADE -THE studies included seaman-
candelabra holding three whites be given away and special entertainment DEADLINE WILL NOT BE EX- The United Methodist Senior Mission Education ship, close order drill Naval history
blue ribbon
candles tied with narrow will be provided. TENDED FOR ANY REASON. Con- Citizens will hold their first meetingof and first aid. Personnel who complete

bows. Blue runners were down the tact Vicki Gaines at Williams the year Thursday, Jan. 23: at 12 Dialogue Jan. 21 this course of instruction are

length of the four candleholders tables interspersedwith white Jewelry for pageant applicationsand noon. Charles F. Ragland, Director of eligible for three hours of college
silver Pastor Ballard Wilson will be Education and
more information. April 5 is the our credit in Physical
circled with the Florida Baptist Convention, will
candles, blue bows, ivy Pageant Date. speaker. Lasagna will be furnished. Hygiene.
at the base. Silver trans of dessert Melissa Winkler To "A revision of the By-Laws were Bring a vegetable or dessert. Come sponsor a mission education
for the New Baptist
torte were on each table. read and approved.The and start the new year with good dialogue A.O.R.N. Meeting
Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead gave a Be Student TeacherMiss Association on January 21 at 6:45:
most inspiring invocation. Followingthe February meeting will be heldon food and fellowship. Bring a friend. p.m. Morgan Rd. Baptist Church. Today (Jan. 16))

meal, Mrs. Eloise Laudon,a long Melissa Winkler, daughter of Feb. 10 at 7:30: p.m. at the A complimentary meal will be The Gainesville Associationof
Mr. and Mrs. George Winkler of area
clubhouse. This is "Lover's Month". for the and
associate of Mrs. OversM'eet t. .gaye pastor one
StaTke 'has been assigned to student layman Operating Room Nurses is havingits
'A reversal of roles will\ take place at from each church.
., an priglniM,.poem of,herfirs$,,lll&it> teach at-Mt-tter Primary School InMetter. and .. monthly meeting at Santa Fe
this meeting, with husbands Charles Ragland will discuss Baptist
.Overstreet.aijdiCtmy/ -
: ".with.Mr. : ; ; ( during the winter quarter of .CSiI.Xaom. Community College, North Campus,
with their
dates places and Ambassadors. G.
'. daughter Catrell some 15 years ago. t men Royal The is
Building W, Room 10. meeting
1986 by the of Professional
Mrs. Gladys Green presented the spouses and dates for the meeting A. Ratterroe will join him in this
scheduled for Thursday Jan. 16 at
bride-to-be with a set of monogrammed Laboratory Experiences, Georgia procedures. A version of"The Oldly- Mr. and Mrs. M.J., Peterson of presentation.Anyonewould.
ice tea glasses as a memento Southern College School of Educa- Wed Game" will be played, with Silver Spring, Maryland are spen- like to attend should 7:30:The p.m.business meeting will follow

from the hostesses. Thirtyfourladies tion.She Shan Johns acting as Mistress of ding the week with his sister, Mrs. notify their pastor, so. reservationsmay the presentation by Dr. R.D. Weinerof
will be teaching third grade.St. .
enjoyed the luncheon.The Ceremonies. L.H. Gibson. be made.Evangelism. "Bone Marrow Transplantation".

hostesses for the affair were Registered Nurses associated with

Mrs. Eloise Loudon, Mrs. Gladys the operating room are cordially invited
Hobbs, Mrs. Ted Johns, Mrs Services to attend. I
Dorothy Sale, Mrs. Gladys Green, Edward's NewsIt1NE11'Semester -
Held This Week
Mrs. Eunice Searing, Mrs. Dolly : IV coinsides with the Lenten period. Deanery Day ol Recollect

Spiers, Mrs. Maxine Gibson, Mrs. Dr. William Marchese, Coor- Parishioners! Attend Retreat scheduled for Jan. 18 at Holy Faith Evangelist Williams from the

Elizabeth Nasworthy and Mrs; Leila dinator of the RENEW program at On Jan. 10 and 11 a retreat was Church in Gainesville. Tickets were Bahama will be at the Evangelistic p.rJo",1. .
Mundy. St. Edward's Catholic Church, ad- held at the Ponce de Leon Lodge in distributed for the Deanery Hand- Pentecostal Church at 730 Pine St.

dressed parishioners at the Saturday St. Augustine. Margaret McCullyand made Quilt to be given away. from Jan. 15! through 18. Councilman George Werre and his

and Sunday !Masses this past Father Michael Larkin, St. Refreshments were served by the Everyone is invited, regardless of wife were informed of Grandfather
Catrell Overstreet, weekend. Augustine Diocesan RENEW coordinators hostesses, Mary Brown and An- color or creed. Services will start at Fernie Moody's death (of Lake

Michael CooneyTo lie invited all lo sign up for the welcomed some 200 priests toinette Coss. 7 30 p.m. Butler.)

Wed Feb. 1 Fourth Season of the RENEW program and laity attending.The j
entitled Disciple-ship. Small keynote address was given by

". Mr. and Mrs. Grady Overstreet of group meetings; will begin in a Hev. Hob Garafalo, Director of
: Starke announce the engagement number of homes beginning Feb 9 RENEW in the Orlando Diocese. He
''I'' and approaching marriage of their and continuing for six weeks. This spoke on the true meaning ofI

daughter Marcia Catrell, to >iscipleship, the Season IV theme of

... Michael Brian Cooney, son of Mr. RENEW. T CLLIiK1NCL' I 1 1QIII
and Mrs. Harry Cooney of Starke. Following morning prayer and ,, ,
.-. The wedding will be at 7 p.m. on School Lunch breakfast on Saturday an address
Saturday, Feb 1 at the First United entitled "We Need to be Healed"was _
Methodist Church in Starke.All given by Mary Flanagan of : nt1 "3 jLv

friends and relatives are invited .Ian.' 2 -2l Cambridge, Mass., who previously "

to attend. No invitations will be milord Finn. Middle; tit hunt worked as a parish counselor at the
Gainesville Student Center.
.:. sent locally. Mmnl.iIti'il' .1 ronl rheroe'II, ", tt't'in' IHMIIS" Following lunch a small group
ttppli' erINp| hub, rolls milk
'l.lui.sil.it: riiirki'it & "PUT, I'lircsisli\ \. 'liiiiiipItrii'iih. sharing program with prayer was
': Medical Equipment Loan |INUU'he.. ",,,,k,,',mmliriMiil, ,,, milk conducted. The retreat concluded
tt riliK'sil.ix: (I'hlll., iTin-ticT.s" ,Hiirik'll ruidd.lurn.( with the Eucharistic Liturgy
.. Closet in Starke F1'. bur cmiuilimn' ,lull, milk
celebrated by John
Bishop Snyder,
Council Thin sihiMuppv Jut- on liuii. I" "mh Ini", I hint'
Suwannee River Economic ji'llii, cfmkii'. milk Bishop of the St. Augustine Diocese. GENT'S AFFORDABLE ANNIVERSARY LADIES FASHIONS
_. Inc., announces the establishment Ki itl.it : Tt'iM-lii'i I'litnniiiK, ,nHratlloHl > Representing St. Edward's Parishat DIAMOND RINGS FASHIONS BANDS
.. of a medical equipment loan I IIighSt( h..1. the retreat were Sam and Mary YOUR 1. r0Ct. .

closet in Bradford County. Minnl.it. ;: OrmliiKa. imirnrnni' & I'lll'fsi', grrwlIt Anne Baglier, Jan Powell, John #$%& ". CI. TW CHOICE era .,4,. : $499 t
"t Equipment that can be loaned includes '"".. iipili'HtitKH| cniikir. I milk, Wadovsky Kevin Wozniak, Fran t r $399 fi ';< 99 .4A \ }t. .
II wheelchairs, bedside com Tm-Hil.i.t. : Fni'il, chwk,'". mushi'il. |MilaliH'x & and Dolores Meng. "_..J 'j;;' ;t ?y RF".,"" :Ii:., H K. ..CI fW rEJIS.I ; NNI
modes, tub grab bars, showertubseats gravy nltri'ml, turnip milkUfilni'Hilat"" ftrt'tMiH.. hultfrM'tilch HIIIJIITH.'| emir Allar Society Meets .'. GENTS t j ok44'1tE. .1' 1599 JJ'. '..'j :

crutches, walkers and narrow \ : lU'ff-voBi'tahlo Hmip, i-hwHi* '..11.1. President Elois Jones presided at {.Uri \ SOLITAIRE 14 'U. LADIES SOITA'Ae .: :
base canes. I'HhluiKi'Hliiu, iK'uclii'M, riNikii' milk the meeting of St. Edward's Altar it. 11' $249 --t: id. 11756 8kCf.3CTW 99 t4... a \: '.
You may make application at the Thiii'Mliiv: llwmliiirgi'rH tin l hmk ashore lamnlti, Society held Tuesday Jan 7 at the ;;'' aNUi"eto .. '., :
milk. .. cd .
Outreach Center located at 133 W. &t"'ld.I'picklr: Teacher fri'iK'h h'I I'liiimmu(' key Day pir home of Mary Brown. Altar chair .\ ,r.Y/ n less & .ee ;- "

Call St., Starke.To A-la-Carlr man, Mary Gissy announced that Y ,t,-. "AMO"
be eligible you must meet the Betty and Mike Dazinski had altar t4...
else"nehugrs. nmilkshiikiw // ,
Mtnul.iV. lltimtmi'Kris." |
income guidelines for providing pro- O( J., frt-nrh Irit'H.Tuosiljv care during December with Donna J 'F' CLUSTER
of of income for all members of the : l'u/.a. Cornelias, Irrnuli Irii'B. Tew in charge of decorations. Ruth (t $249 LADIES FANCIES <* Ct. TW SIGNET
family. You must also be a residentof nnlksuaki'.H, I o J. Meng and Sallye Scoggins l 1 1 Cl. TW rouecsocr: pawaNCq $179
NednrNAu'' ;; HtimlHiwrti" pll/ll. Iri'iU'h" IruO *-*. ".NI
loan > DIAMOND
this county. volunteered for altar care during $249 '
J mllkMluikt'HThin
not exceed' six months dura ., .tW ft GOLD .i.A'i $799 .. S1TTT
should II. : PI//H I'hifki'M miKgcls. french fries January. :4 ,
milkshukrH. U.J.'rlll..y $177 '" !J;.;',, .: ..
: tion. : l'h'III'IIIIIIJ..y Reports were given on parish _:. \: '\=-fl') '" .....-. ."
Christmas parties and the VOA I
GUITAR LESSONS .Each lay KIudrntu luivr a th..hot a hut' luiifh.Hulml held December. 3 DIAMOND NLr Jf: Ni'II {f) I
bur, they puu'lumv .a-lii-curlf ty during e $177 J.t rl...
.. Now Available, Private, or may was given on the Gainesville c JW -( .' jf' e39 .I'
Individual Guitar, Banlo '399 LL! .1.w'tt! (

.. Eloc. Bass Lessons at
: Home Gina's /: )"',.-::- 9
Concepts :

Bradford Sq. 964.6946 Classic Cuts & Styles @ rclI. t r'519 J SSS f 44

.. Beginning Jan. 18 )
Enroll NowlBradford I ,, i" This Week's Specials YOUR CHOICE SI 77 -


LodgeNo. $2500 Men & Women Sale

35 $700 Prices (4.TAJ'

Get Free Eyebrow Good ,

F& AM Waxing with Perm til Feb. 1 ,

CUN II Y r-1 w Bank Cards .

Meets Every 964-6777 MEN'SORWOMEN'S t GeweIrr& Gift CashGaUerr

Second & Fourth 416 N.Temple Ave. Gina Brown Fines Haws: j 'Inc. 1

Suit A > Salon Manager Moe.Fat. 1-S ,

Monday Stalks, Florida Becky Outlaw Evenings byAppointment WEN SUNDAY 1-5

7:30 icroii, strut from BHS Maria C.Walker .
p.m. 104 W. Call Street 964.7271
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r Little Lady Tornadoes Trying to Have Winning Season I

( '''11I1111-( clotto a break-even man defense," said Coach Robert BUS 28, LCJ1I41 Parade I 1.9, J. Searcy I 10.1, A. Coon.03.3. L. Tornadoes dumping the 'Episcopal '
Cpltcopol 0
2 3 O.
tienon. I the Lady Tornado Junior ddinll. Tierney 102. E. Rowoll I02. Total 12 4 21.
Last the Junior Luke City Junior Might D, Glenn 117, M. lunior varsity 445. 5Hraaiordt
Friday, Varsity
\ "'I'\'. girls( liuskclball team won The Tornadoes jumped out to atatollheir .
Smith 4 110 K.Jones 2 0. T.Cray 1.0 1 P. Gen
I last 1 three games for a 3-4 13.2 lead and ended the first half Girls team lust\ to visiting Lake City try 7721 Totill 17-10 44. Top guns for BHS were LisaTiernfy ,ft. woodi 4l J. Searcy. 3.0.A, I
Junior High 28.44 after it hard fough.cont'st. Coh.nt 4 01 L. Tierney S-O-IO a Kowell 1.0.2.
it'i "I'll! MI tar (his year with a 15.5 advantage. GHS came JUtS 41, Episcopal 5 with 10 and Marie Brown M. Brown I.t0. Total 11.0 44.IIpl.copal .
back 17.15 in the third quarter, but with 10 plso. : Shnvlder 104, tarry 0 M. Total
BUS held I them off and and finished They started out in a press and It was an easy win (W ..Mi-, !.' "- BHS I* M In. 44 0.1.5.
Wins I' "
came 44.5 over Episcopal.mil the with 1121-19Iead.! got ahead 6.0, said Coach Eddins.
:2'!lIJ'Vl'r! Gainesville High I with! game "It was t he worst game we've had."
the HiMri284lKIIS2/ only:! : loss to Lake City I t Junior Joyce singled Searcy out by Eddms Lisa for Tierneywere having Eddms said that his team wasn'table Recreation and Sports Notes. )
a good performance to adjust to the Lake City of- ..
I''niool'Inti made a lot of mistakes .-
F. (ills I 19!) However, he said they hustled with IV BaseballRegistration mory on North Temple Ave". for this year's season.
It \\iis a blow-out for the Little BHS 9 6 7 7 29 Barbara Woods having a good game. Set... Three age group leagues are plan- There is a $20 registration fee
l..nl\ nindocs against Gainesville GHS 2 3 10 1 19tIig11 High scorer for BUS was Barbara ned: the Dixie Minor League for which pays for the complete uniformbut
School with BUS taking u solid Bradford ,B. Wood 11 t. K. Davey 102. C Woods will 10 'for the evening. It's getting time to think about youngsters 8-10, the Dixie Major a partial refund will be made at
u in; 'mrr t the Lady Hurricanes Tues- Ticrnoy Par do oil,J.M.Searcy 1 0"10., A. Cohen 0 J 2, L. BUS 3 8 5 12. 28 playing center field again with Dixie League for 11-12 year-olds and Dixie the end of the season if the pants and
Lea tight Jail 14. CMS.; K, Bruce Brown IIS,1:.2 Pearson Total 11 5010 729, E LCJH 10 09 6 19. 44. Youth Baseball registration under Boys for 13-14 year-olds. The age stirrups are returned.
Nr' nun ihc1/ Biiino (in n pressingHerbert 204. Tolnlt 9119 Bradford: B. Wood SO 10, C Davey 20.. C. _way until February at the old ar- determining' date is August 1, Ifltm Registration runs from Jan. 13 un-
til Feb. 27. Hours are from 8:30: a.m.
'l 7/14/ #// # #////#////// //# ///# ///////////////////////A"'A / ./////////////////////////////////////////h'III//I//I/I//I//I/I/I//1I1/I////1I1//I/////////I//I//HHH"'//////'HH///"''',,"'/I/1/1/1/1/////////Ul WHU"'H"'mum"H.m.m".J..m :. _: :
until noon and from i p.m. una15aup.m.
at the old armory and from 3p.m.
until 5 p.m. at the Pratt Street

Bradford So. Shopping Center Center.
111'11 831 S. Walnut Stre 1- -Starker __ Ceramics...
'1.\" Veteran ceramics instructor Lillie

Ann Johns began the new year's first
See our special I classes the week of Jan. 20.
I Home Decor Circular Y ) Two meeting limes are scheduled.The .
at your nearest night class is set for the 7-10
Eckerd Drug Store. o p.m. Monday time slot. The morning
; class is slated for the 9 a.m. until
VISA noon slot Wednesdays.There .
Don't Le II is no charge for the class
v itself, but materials used will haveto

I. III '" be purchased.For .
more information, contact the
.. -. instructor at the Rec. Department,

Our Parade \. '' '. I 9646792.

t. Work Out Time...

III )pl+ For the ones who want to get
physically fit, evening exercise and
aerobic dance classes are under way
)j./ : at the old armory.Exercise .
,.: '; classes are from 5:30: to
f Values s \J. i 6 p.m. with aerobics lasting from 6-7
pa p.m., Monday through Friday. In-
structor is Cheryl Godwin.
There is a one time fee of $10 for
the exercise class and $5 for the
,0,0 aerobic dance class for participating

I you by J I I three Dance times Tap each, Ballet week.

l In t Classes to be Taught...

\' .. I ....a / 4i,}I Dorothy Salazar will be teaching
(I. = dance tap and ballet classes at the

IIII Sale good prices thru Sate See our 99'Parade
January 18th. < t p.m.For information regardingages
See the yellow paaes for today it. more
the Eckerd nearest you. ii\'S \ fees and class levels, contact

III M nunt m rUM b MN MMMHt, Visit four nearest Eckerd for details, \1I I1 \." \\ ::11 the Walking Kec. Department Right at 9646792. ,

11 ; 1t\ {\ -'tt a n B OP '* '\ I I I t I : With the Rec... II
i On Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
.., Sl'\ I E.e), day mornings from 9 a.m. until
I ""I -i 6.. :.. ,/r I : about 10 a.m., a walking class is being
I ,, IpoS ,,. Q HH'' > -r I ; held at the Old Armory center in
\In r' Starke. It will for about an hour
jl y- :
III c\ :
I 40pih0 ....',c.. ( l>> 7 6. ;. t11 I iii. with Cheryl Godwin, recreation I
.. [ 'W"Ojj director
:: ; ,.. ] .,-U, M... assuring everyone one that I,
... l w- they will feel better after '
"' Ice '"* 10 W par-
'' .
I rl'", '' I IIIII. 'J. m4kl" wpurb "..", ro t 8 ticipating.
\\1\\I\1.\ \I

l 2 2 FOR Table Tennis...?
cmg '
FORty CE33S *?*-< lVITAMIN I 1-12
ASPMIIN TAIIETS SHAVE UEAMtlOZ. C 1-6 SO MO. 99'C10SMIP Oflt EwEB'S ,.oz. If you like to swat little table ten-
.1 JJ jj IOTTU OF 100 99 99 1'v c 3 51 M cOllmumOllI nis balls, a club is being formed herein
Limit 2 250 MG. 100' Limit 2 PHTM Q SHEETS town for enthusiasts. Ages wouldbe
16 through adults with weekly
{"" Ie M _
I ,. __ = JI1It! ,.., :: _C"_. ::> : meetings along with tournaments if I
enough interest is shown.
'- c&> r:: fr:: Contact the Rec at
i 1 I li- Department
li1111fIjI' 964-6792 or PJ's Sports Center at '!

a ,I LL' U'I I[ : !I- fJ rs1 9647434.Coach Needed...

._ l \-.:: =.-_ v A coach is needed for a girl's softball -
-. team for the 13.15 age group.
fllllRII / Anyone interested should contact

2 FOR 1." PAISONSWIIK DIMENSION DAMN, WORTMiDOinrf 3.99 :%: ANCHOR EAXING DISH TIDE the Rec Department phone 964.5792,
SHAMPOO MCONOinONEI 1.69 or =LOO:a: ; 2-OT. Of USSEXOLt 1.69 IIQUID UUNDKVDETHCEMT here in Starke. ,
6.50 DISH
While Almond orChocolile 1.99 SUN UCHT' DISH 1V.-OT. limit 1
15.M. DCTIKEMT 32-OZ. 2.99 S retail! per item per customer. 52-OZ.
AAU Men'sBasketball

I Tournaments.
'J E-----: ( ..LOREALI .....
t { Gf :::- Quincy will be hosting a men's
: -.. -- .44.flU. I Pollenex basketball tournament Saturdayand
1 v ...
=:: :::;::: owl I I Sunday, Feb. 8 and 9, which will

smrrru I t/ rl be limited to eight teams.
f rl l 1'I Iy'rA There is a $75 entry fee and all
t; ==- I I I ... d yI' teams will play three games.
-SKIN CREAM :;::.. I ::; <
11 i : --: Trophies will be awarded for the
'-6 ........ f J l<'t.' Jr first four teams along with In-
dividual for the tournament
7 -- trophies
I :;i'I
/ champ. A ten-man all tournament
team will also be named.
j. ir I'OIEAt Noxnm IttULM PIKE MliENEX Mill Deadline to send in entry and

4.99 MIN11NGS 3.49 MMTUEHJUKOLM 1.39OZ.CIEAM 1.RO MASCAM Factor.forul* lUY. 17.99:0' 12-man roster is Feb.your 3. Sent it to
II /" 31" ,PAINTINGS 5.1 Choice gl' shades = or ADia. : Quincy Recreation Department,
P.O. Drawer 941, Quincy, Fl. 32351.
-. /. For more information, contact Joe
.- .. :e1i ./. :::.."' 1" I Ferolito at (904)) 627-7681. !
: 1 ':' '"<' tournament ;
men's AAU state
oaten' II 1u rtc Mln i iiirrniFiNCEi > The
: r er6nger will be held in Quincy at the Recrea-
tion Department March 8 and 9, witha
I "''''- -. @ sign-up deadline of Tuesday Feb.
IT. ll I .. .. I'j JMoe 20.Rosters are limited to 12 players.
I Entry fee is $10 and needs to be
I j'I I, 1 f) sent to Joe Ferolito, c-o Quincy
: .: au. Recreation Department, P.O.
Drawer 941, Quincy, Fl. 32351. For
more information, contact Ferolitoat
9.99 DINETTE awl ATM GILLETTE PACK CAITIIDCES OP 10 W 2.99 UUNDIY HIV RUTH CUNT or 28 88 nupttoro (904) 627-7681.
I Selection may vary by stora TIM U PACK OP 9 :SENT HEISHErSIIC *1070
ELOH Daytona Racing Action...

The first race of the season at the
Daytona International Speedway is
the 24th Annual Sunbank 24 International -
Motor Sports Association
a WOOD FOLDING CHAW ....................................................... 12.99 Camel GT set for Feb. 1 and 2.

I1IIII 1D..J More people are MEN'S DRESS SHIRT ...........................................................8.66 Because the picture Is A the 77 car race field with Is four-time being assembledfor winner

J.t.. surviving. returning I OCEAN PACIFIC JACKET ............. ........................................ 15.99 Important, Eckerd takes Hurley Haywood and two new
to their, normal lives. : Jaguar XJR-7 GT prototypes being
SUN LIGHT DISHWASHER DETERGENT 50"O.1.99 special care In Its processIng the first entrants.
III Because colon cancer was I
detected early during an Eckerd BIC DISPOSABLE RAZORS 5-PACX ........................................ 2/99' if you aren't happy .

special hemoccult test program. with any print, you don't Lori Sapp Warmup...
Ask your pharmacist when the ID In a pre-season warm-up, Lori
II hemoccult program will be have to pay for It. the Sapp Florida ran in All-Comers the 1,500 meter Meet event put on at

available In your area. It by the University of Florida last
II To an Eckerd Pharmacist drug Saturday Jan. 11.She took a respec
than table eighth with a time of 5:16: in a
Is better
nothing's more Important field of 15 runners. It was won by I.1
the rest. Eckerd. Mary Ellen McGowan in 4:26.79: who
l than your health. was running un-attached.

Sapp had been running ninth but
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE passed a girl from the University of
-IIIIJB South Carolina with about
4FlIII.l4FI. III 400-meters to go.

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Tornado Wrestlers Take It On The Chin In MatchesBy I

Don Sapp BUS 21, Lake Weir 36 Weir and this time returned the "That was a whipping," said
IKTStull. ",'Uer favor to the visitor Coach David Tew. BROWN'SUSED
Forfeits have kept haunting the BUS was able to win only three of.
Tornado wresllers, with no one to fill nine matches wrestled. The final
The l BUS Tornado wrestlers have BHS 21, Lake Weir 36
kt'Jlllm trying, but haven't had much classes the J8, 185, 220 and Heavyweight .I double lorlell, 101.. Ornn WU-J), 111.D.Hughti score was BUS 12, Bishop Kenny 50. FURNITURE Hse
this with it
luck this losing both matches year showing in Wlpln( m-J. Himlllon LU'61. 1M-M. Keeping on getting tougher. Brad '
year the return match with Lake Weir. Cider' Lpln' ), III 0. Russell Lpln( 111.0, Cummings Green and Bruce Davis won their \ Altfu
conlosU'tf the E. Call St. Starke
following holiday Out of the nine classes with WPln), Ml J ml.Carver Ml( .10), 177.5.Davis matches. Green was able to make 110
hrt'uk. Wpln( ), UJM. Itllwlll MJ-7), 115, 110,
wrestlers, BUS was able to win four, Heavyweight forfeits the pin in 2:25: with Davis winning a Good Used Furniture
with Brad Green, Danny Hughes, decision at 50.
(Having u line season so far have Dennis Cummings and Bruce Davis BUS 12, Bishop Kenny 50 BHS 12, Bishop Kenny SOS .. New Blauwdelft China
been Mra l Green In the winning for the Tornadoes.It Last .
< 105-pound afternoon Jan. 11
Saturday forfeit 10! .. Green Wlpln ||*D. LI! HI,, 1m
e class and Bruce Davis 155. So far was an especially sweet win for the Tornadoes had a bad afternoon llt-J. Himlllon L7 111 I3 .M. Elder Wlle-I51, Antiques & Miscellaneous
Green has only one loss. Davis is Green who bested the Lake Weir when Bishop Kenny from Jacksonville 177.5. Russell L<3'U>. us D. Cummings LI412), : .
Green t41-'. Carver Ll-U), Hi .. Devil WOO). OPENING THURSDAY JAN. 16
72. had lost
umlclcatc. grappler in lake rolled in and took the win. '67-M. Stllwoll LI(pin) ,

Hours: 10:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m.

Legal NoticesIN

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
undersigned Tla Osborn and Lillian Abbott CASE NO. 86-2
CASENO.:85J932CADIVISION joint owners, doing business under In Re:
: C the firm name of Charlotte's Webb 138 The Petition of

VI Plaintiff, under Intends the to aforesaid register said statute fictitious name a Florida NonProfitCorporation INC., TAKE NOTICE that the Town of

E. A. HAYES a/k/a ELDRIDGE A. HAYES Dated this 6th day of January A.D.. For Dissolution

and 1986 In Bradford County. Brooker Brooker Florida will hold electionson
an agency of the Government of the FOR PROFITTO
18 1986 at the Town
United State; ALl WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Tuesday, February ,
through theFARMERS REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME petition to voluntarily dissolve the cop-
Hall for Council seats I and II. Polls will
HOME ADMINISTRATION. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida honed corporation has been filed In the Group
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the above-captioned cause. Any person objecting -
AGRICULTURE: undersigned H. L. Dye and H. L. Dye.Ill. to this dissolution should file
GOLDKIST INC.: 900 S. Walnut Street Starke, Florida such objection In writing with the Clerkof be open from 7:00: a.m. until 7:00: p.m.

PENNZOIL PRODUCING COMPANY; and 32091, are joint owners doing business Court P.O. Box B, Starke, Florida,
JABO ENTERPRISES INC., d/b/a under the firm name of Fried Chicken and mall a copy of such objection to Peti
JOHN D. CARVER JR.. Factory Inc. (DBA Bradfords Family tioner's attorney Richard E. Welty P.O.
Defendants Restaurant 900 S. Walnut St., Starke, Box 995 S'mke. H."Ida 32091.
NOTICE OF SALE Florida 32091)), Intends to register sold Objections shall be filed on or before
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant fictitious name under the aforesaid 31 January 1986. Linda Robinson Clerk
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure statute GILBERT S. BROWNAs ,
entered In the above-styled action on Dated this 6th day of. January 1986 In Clerk of Court
November 21, 1985 as modified, by Bradford County. By Beulah M. Moody
Modified Final Judgment of Foreclosure 1 1/94tchg1/30 Deputy Clerk192tchgl16
entered by this Court on January 9, 1986
I will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the Main Door of the Office of NOTICEOF
County Courthouse In Gainesville Notice is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
Alachua County Florida at 11:00: A.M.. Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Square Shopping Center 964.6946 Starke
Eastern Standard Time on the I 11th I day of Florida under and by virtue of Writ of
February 1986 the following described Execution to wit: CASE NO. 65-262
property set forth In the Final Judgmentof Execution Issued out of County Courtof MARY'. OGLE&BY unremarried
Foreclosure: Bradford County Florida pursuant to widow and survivor of an estate MOVIE RENTALSNo
PARCEL NO. I: All of the Northwest a Final Judgment for S & W Discount by the entireties with
Quarter of Northeast Quarter (NW 1/4 Parts of Stork., Florida and against Lawrence T. Oglesby deceased. Deposit
of NE 1/4)), West of Branch and North of Brenda Manning defendant In the Plaintiff
Highway and Northeast Quarter of Northwest amount of $2,500.00 together with costs vs RENT A VIDEORECORDER Membership

Quarter (NE 1/4 of NW 1/4)) of collection. BOBBY LANE McLEOD and Any Day of the Week
North of Highway Section 2, Township Have seized and have In my possession JUDY LYNN McLEOD. his wife,
South Range 19 East. the following described personal FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
Less and Except: all existing roads and property to wit: N'k'a FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
rights of way Said lands containing 55 1967 Chevrolet Truck and ROGER T. BRILL M.D., P.A.. $ KOO
acres. more or less, are located In Brad- VIN No CE537A1 46998 Defendants. 3
ford County Florida As the property of the above named NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE & 3 MOVIES For
PARCEL NO. 2: Lots One ((1), Two ((2))). defendant and that on Monday the 3rd Notice is hereby given that pursuant
Three ((3)), and Four ((4)) of Block Five ((5)), of February 1986 at two o'clock on said to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure
In Lynwood Park Subdivision at Alachua. day on the premises of the Bradford entered in the Circuit Court of the Eighth Monday thru Thursday for WE WILL ORDER
Florida according to Plat. These are County Jail I will offer for sale and sell Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford County
recorded In Plat Book "B", page 73 and to the highest bidder for cash In hand Florida Civil Action Case No.:
also recorded In Plat Book "C", page 793 the above described. property of saiddefendarirtt'sotfsfy 85262. on January 31, 1986 I will sell $ Your Favorite

of public records* of Alachua jaunty, _.....-..,..h., -aforesaid,... Ex- the following described property lying 7 9.9 Songs,
Florida(; ?..n.. r..,,. .I li,.. .M", eCklla.w.!:\ .... REDDISH' -and being'situate trfBrodfoixi'Courttyr:
+ DOtPHE.- Sheriff
DATED this 9th day of January 1986: Florida to-wit: LP's or 45'sWe
A. CURTIS POWERS Bradford County Florida A parcel of land containing 4.0 acres ,
Clerk of Circuit Court 194tchgl30IN and lying In the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section
Can Also Order Sheet MusicPanasonic
By Deputy Clerk1162tchgl23 34, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County Florida; said
THE CIRCUIT COURT parcel' being more particularly described
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA COUNTY FLORIDA 1/4 of NE'/t and run North 3 degrees 06 Compact Disc Car Radios O
minutes 30 seconds -West along the -- -
CASE NO. 85.3 7.CA CASE NO. 85-347-CA Easterly boundary thereof 25.07 feet to Pre-Program Channels ----"
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA, the Northerly boundary of the right of -_._ &
Plaintiff Plaintiff way of Geiger Road for Point of Beginn Fantastic .
VI v. From Point of Beginning thus
ing. [' -
N. G. HAYES JR., personal N. G. HAYES JR.. described continue North 3 degrees 06 Sound' Speakers 000_
representative of the Estateof Personal representative of the Estate of minutes 30 seconds West along parallelwith r- l c< _ODD
RUBY B. HAYES deceased et al. RUBY B. HAYES, deceased et al., the Southerly boundary of said SE Reg. $444. ____ Loo ODD_

Defendants.NOTICE Defendants. 1/4 of NW 1/4 330.88 feet; thence South -
OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE 3 degrees 06 minutes 30 seconds East $329
Notice is hereby given that pursuant Notice Is hereby given that pursuant parallel with said Easterly boundary CAR STEREO
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure 528.0 feet to the aforesaid Northerly
entered In the above-styled action on entered In the above-styled action on boundary of the right of way of Geiger --
January 7, 1986. I will sell to the highestand January 7, 1986, I will sell to the highest Road; thence South 88 degrees 55
best bidder for cash at the East doorof and best bidder. for cash at the East door minutes 30 seconds East along said Northerly 25 FREE MOVIES t
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit of the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit boundary 330.88 feet to the Point -

Court Bradford County Courthouse inStark. Court Bradford County Courthouse In of Beginning.Said with O I I Ij ElI&1II
., Bradford County, Florida at Starke, Bradford County, Florida at sale shall be at public sale to the purchase : O
11:00 a.m.. Eastern Standard Time on 11:00 A.M., Eastern Daylight Savings highest bidder for cash and In accordance j _
the 14th day of February 1986 the Time on the 14th day of February 19B6 with the aforadescribed Final
following described property set forth In the following described property set Judgment. Said sale shall be held at the
the Final Judgment of Foreclosure: forth In the Final Judgment of Main (East) door of the Bradford County
All that part of Southeast Quarter of Foreclosure:: Courthouse in Stark., Florida at 11:00:
Southwest Quarter lying East of Grade All that part of Southeast Quarter of a.m.. Eastern Standard Time, on the 31 it T-120
rood (now State Road 18)) and South Halfof Southwest Quarter lying East of Grade day of January, 1986. Panasonic SHARP VCR
Southeast Quarter of Section 34: road (now State Road IB), and South Half GILBERT S. BROWN
South Half of Northwest Quarter of of Southeast Quarter of Section 34; CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT 6 Hour Tape Sale
Southwest Quarter and Southwest South Half of Northwest Quarter ofSouthwest By Deputy Clerk Wired Remote
Quarter of Southwest Quarter of Section Quarter and Southwest 192tchgl16NOTICE Box of
35 Quarter of Southwest Quarter of Section
IN; TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH RANGE 19 35; I g Control
South Half of Southwest Quarter of EAST: DICKERSON BROADCASTING INC. has O
Section I; South Half of Southwest Quarter of made application for SPECIAL EXCEP. O TAPE
East Half of Northeast Quarter and Section 1; TION for 14 for radio tower to the Starke
Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter East Half of Northeast Quarter and Board of Adjustment on property that Is 25 $279
and all that portion of Northwest Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter classified A and described below: $ 5 ea. Cash & Carry
Quarter of Northeast Quarter lying East and all that portion of Northwest located off West tide of South WaterSt.
of Branch less and except commence at Quarter of Northeast Quarter lying East (Hwy 100)) A mile South of Creek,
the Northeast corner of Northeast of Branch less and except commence at Parcel 4415-00000 In Section 33.
Quarter and run thence South along East the Northeast corner of Northeast Township 6 South Range 22 East back '
line of Section 816.6 feet to the point of Quarter and run thence South along East of radio station. mUSICAL
beginning thence continue South along tine of Section 816.6 feet to the point of The Stark. Board of Adjustment will
Section line S72.6S feet to a point In beginning thence continue South along
conduct public hearing at their regular
North right of of State Road 18, said Section line 572.65 feet to a point In a
way In the Council
held 7:30 }
meeting at : p.m.
thence North 62 North right of way of State Road IB told
point being on a curve,
Room of Starke City Hall, Thomp.onStre.t
degrees, 7 minutes West along said rightof point being on a curve, thence North 62 11STRUMEnJl1 1
Stark., Florida, on Thursday,
way curve a chord distance of 111 degrees,7 minutes Wed along said rightof
feet, thence North 64 degrees, 32 way curve a chord distance of 111 January 30, 1986.
minutes West along said right of way feet, thence North 64 degrees, 32 At this time, all persons will be heard 1I
curve a chord distance, of 100 feet minutes West along said right of way concerning this application as specifiedin
thence North 66 degrees, 5 minutes curve a chord distance of 100 feet, the zoning codes of the City of Stark.
West along said right of way curve a thence North 66 degrees, 5 minutes L. M.Gaines
chord distance of 100 feet thence North West along said right of way curve a Director I
68 degrees, 23 minutes West along said chord distance of 100 feet thence North Starke Board of Adjustment
68 23 minutes West along said
right of way curve a chord distance of degrees Itchg 1/16
100 feet thence North 70 degrees. 21 right of way curve a chord distance of
minutes, 30 seconds West along said 100 feet, thence North 70 degrees, 21 .
minutes, 30 seconds West along sold
right of way curve a chord distance of
100 feet thence North 8 degrees and 16 right of way curve a chord distance of
minutes East 370.77 feet thence East 100 feet, thence North 8 degrees and 16 PUBLIC HEALTHDo .
413.69 feet to the point of beginning minutes East 370.77 feet thence East
containing ".73 acres more or less, of 413.69 feet to the point of beginning you need public health Information For Guitar Students
Section 2; containing 4.73 acre. more or less, of ? Cal Tei-Med: at M444Mor
All that part of West Half of Northeast !Section 2; 370007 and ask to hear any of Will Be Offeredby '
All of West Half of Northeast
Quarter lying West of County graded that part these free health Infcxmotton tapes
road (now State Road 237)), and Northwest Quarter lying West of County gradedroad by number
Quarter of Northwest Quarter of (now State Road 237)), and Northwest
12 Quarter of Northwest Quarter of .
Section ;
52 lice
EAST ALL IN TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 64 FWe dirty and dangerous [
19 : Home Entertainment
Sold lands, containing 439 acres, moreor 19 EAST: 162 Hepatitis
less, in Bradford County, Florida, are Said lands, containing 439 acres, moreor 163 Rabies .
subject to existing right of ways for less, In Bradford County, Florida, are 571 Aids v
public roads, and ditch. In connection subject to existing right of ways for 583 Tuberculosis Concepts. # f
therewith and for public utilities. public roads, and ditches In connection 969 MononucMosls. Injections
DATED this 7th day of January 1986. therewith, and for public utilities. Call 964.6946 M
GILBERT S. BROWN DATED this 7th day of January 1986. TEl-MED j
Clerk of the Court GILBERT S. BROWN Brought to you by the Auxiliary of

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Lady Tornadoes Win 2 of 3 Games..

By Don Sapp _
neT Stall Writer
Winning two out of their last three r- a

games the varsity lady Tornado
UiskHbjill( team stands with a 6-4

record for the season."I .

1 feel real good about (this team," __
said Coach John Slater. "We're 6.4 S t

and we have some teams coming-up, .
: I.HD I like Hawthorne and Clay,that we've s,0ih, ttly 'iJ S '
A hou Ion once. We may headed for
;" I the lies! season record In the past 7 .

\t live to six years." 1 t > 4 rr
.' illS Breaks Strrak...

After winning their first! two
games utter the holiday break the
\, Lady Tornadoes lost a close one 10
Iil-" liiiiifKVillc; l High 4247.
"'1'111' thing that hurl t us the must
.1 y"t. was our Hour shooting," said Coach
Slater of (lie 19\ shots that went I into
"""'!' the basket oul of 64 attempts for a
: : ilisniiil! 2Hpt'I''l'nl.In .

t Die I first quarter, t llii'Tormidws
'9'F F'w':\ M'oiMi'd lo be awed by illS, a power

t t MItnyt in thy district which BUS was not
NAL supposed lo boat. It was Ihis first)

ttiR quarter stutter I Hint would haunt
? I Hit-in I the rest t of I the nigh!

(illS look (he 1 first t period 13-6: but
I lie Tornadoes came back and

\played them' eye-lo-eyo, 10-10 in the
second, 4-it: in the I third and 12-11 in
Hie fourth., In the las) quarter, BUS
slippi-il I 1 1 behind by 10, Slater said, but
the girls decided! to make a try for it
with about six minutes remaining. c

The Tornadoes closed the lo ,., .,
:11142 t but started louling with gap their Mw-....,.,.. Ayrwi rA w

aggressive playing. This allowed
Ci JUS I Il1nulI.t. oul to a 47.40 lead and ..W
Ill IS missed two loul shots! of (their ,4

M (1n..
I, t "'I'h) ( thing we've really got going

(this year; is our fast break," said "They're a young team," Dt'vils oul. It was not the Episcopal Saints
'$/ ,' .. Slater "When we've really gel go- apologized| ; Coach Slater. "We played a real smart game," day when they came to Starke to
ing, were. tough." "We weren't as aggressive! as we said Slater. He referred to Clay as play the Lady Tornadoes last Thursday -

Working For A Win Against Episcopal... IJ.ubara Mosely 71.15 for the W'I.t'again"t Episcopal and sat back being in a rebuilding year with the Jan. 9.
evening, and Felicia Davis, 6-1-13, n lillle," he indicated. "We got more potential of being real tough on down When the dust settled, it was BHS
\lio\i Anne Starling goes up for the ball on the beards 'las) Thursday were I the leading scorers for the Tor- aggressive as it went along. Finally! the line. 57, Episcopal 26.
ni!:hl in "IIIIUIS' 57.26 "in. nadoes. between them they stole the got our fast break really going in the Still not up to full speed, Marla According to Coach Slater, the
Top" Right: Sometimes exT.MliinH just !goes wn>ag. :Maria Keddish kill nine times and Davis came up third and fourth quarters." Reddish was albe to pump in 14 Tornadoes got their fast break going
Inn Starling and Felicia Davis run only\ watch as Angel: Spell loses the uilli Hiol I ; III IS' 311 rebounds.BHS Felicia Davis had a slow start in points for the second spot on the and that was that. The first quarter

ha'l. 6 10 14 12 the lies) half putting only three scoring roster. Felicia Davis dropwas the only close one, with BUS
111'111larl.I: : Itcildisli KOCH up" lor a l.i\-up" all aInii '. poinlN on the board. ]In the second ped in 16 and led in rebounds with 15. winning it 1210.

42GHS 13 10 13 11- 47 nail, it was another story, with 13 be- Barbara Mosely was also in double

Bradlold' M. Reddish 4 0. A. Spell 204. L. ing put on the scoreboard. Barbara figures with 11 and claimed lOreUpcoming....
Boys Win Only OneIt's Jenkins 022, 8, Mosuly' 7 I IS, F. Davis 113. Moselv also look off in the second bounds for the evening. Tonight (Thursday, Jan. 16) the

10'1.19442 CHS-l Hunt 3 31, MathewS* HI, Ma'h11l1-l7. period, pulling 8 of her 11 on the BHS 15 8 IS 17 55 BHS girls go to Orange Park for

., ., Morns t 3 13, Mitchell 01 1. Totals' 20 a 47. board. Clay 6 6 8 9-29 games at 6 p.m. and 7:30: p.m. in a
Making Clay come out on the BHS: M. Reddish 7.0.14. A.Spell 1-1-7, T.Jenkins that
game was to be
HI IS 55; Clay 29! boards and play them allowed the 3-1-7 B. Moody S-I.Ii. F. Davis 7-1-le. supposed
been a 'long week for the boys Ai J.,1i| 1 iniiadu\ i'1..lIhl.llllg 1 loulecl Totals 2t S Si played Friday Jan 17 at BHS.
at home last Tornadoes the needed togl.t
Playing Friday, Jan. space they Now BHS is oPen Friday
Tornado basketball learn KI IS's St('1 a 'lkll'\ see( who calmly Clay: Muggins I 1-17 Coleman 0-4-4, Burke ,
varsity I the TCI'' inside! Maria Reddish! able
10 undoes
Lady smashed the was
I 328. Total 11-7 19IJ1IS Monday, Jan. 20 BBS faces
hu'kll'hulh' \ tree throws to bring ,
Wit h in three
only one win
games. in\ailing 'lay High Blue Devils to shout I Irons t the outside according Eastside in home
KHS II hail 41-411 a games at 6:30:
Starting out with an 83-57 loss to one. 57'
,5.21.! to Slater and draw the Lady Blue Episcopal I 26 and 8 .
Class 4A and 7th ranked BuchhoU llerbie Cooper was fouled! takingthe p.m.CounterV.be

last Thursday, Jan. 9. Things lookedup hil"kl'lhallln"ldl'illliI' hit luolreellmm.s -. .
with a 51M6 win over Keystone to put BUS up I h(is two, 43-41. -",_ \'oi. ;
Friday night, but the cloud returned with 2-10111: I Simon ;Mitchell] drove ::- J?::9,5
with a 61-4!) loss to Gainesville the basketball) inside and was fouled
'l."<<" ...,,;t e
Eastside Tuesday. by Keystone's Terrv Marvin with ,'. ;': ,
I 1:30: lelt. and Mitche'll' hit both free t"tii..,
L' )(' ... throws lor a 45-40; BUS advantage. ,';t.< :\\'';}' .
KITS missed crucial ,;, .
two free shotopportunities
Next: action for the Tornadoes Isset ,",,' .'
in the closing! minutes.
tonight !iThursday, Jan. 161) witha ?
Kichie missed alter fouled
Ve.\ being
home game against! t a lough Lake
1 b BHS's Cecil Jackson KHS the
> put
Butler live. Saturday Jan. 18, the
ball! hack up, however, and drew,
Tornadoes travel to St. Augustine.
within/ three 43-43.; All 20 BHS's
Tuesday, Jan. 21, the BHS five will :
lace Micldlcburg in the BIIS Levi Simmons was called for a foul SAVE ONI
gym. while fighting for the basket ball, and

BIIS 49!), Eastside 61 Vey again missed! the free throw $100
I lerbie Cooper, I rust rat ed all night EACH
Eastside came to town Tuesday long as he tried to work\ inside, rebounded I AMERICAN
evening and loaded the Tornadoes above everyone. With 50 MADE

down winning by 12 points in a 61-40 seconds letl, Frank Long led Cecil
BUS loss Jackson ide lor a three" foot jump r2 1000;. needle bearings

"Overall, Eastside played a great shot to put BHS up by five 4742. Vey Front mounted
defensive said Coach Jay Powerful ".
game finally hit one free throw cutting the super quiet 'parkarreeting
Godwin. "Their man-lo-man BIIS !('aclto four, but Simmons and 55CC engine ( multi.,
frustrated us all night long." \.. .
Mitchell] ) made it 50-43 beforeKeystone's '
With the intense the -...... f
coverage Vey and Tim Stricklandhit "" .._ Model Shown
Tornadoes made mental mistakesthat in the last t second ., w/13-inch bow Y

would cost them all during the Coach Godwin said his team was .... \.... \
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indicated Godwin. "We're still .
game down after a Thursday night drubbing .
young and we have to play on both at he( hands of Class 4ABuchhol 1 --___ ._r'','" .,
When You
ends of the court he said. / of Gainesville, but addedhe 1 ,

Lloyd Clarke and Clifford Stanleyput was proud ol the Tornado cagers 1 Year Limited
17 and 14 points respectively for for coming back to win over KHS. Are Listening ; system-up lo Both automatic & manual
Eastside on the big board while Her- The BIIS five hit some importantfree 78% less vibration chain oiling systems Warranty.

bie Cooper was held to 13 for BHS. throws, he pointed out. to Country Music *
13 Inch Bow NOW "
No: other Tornado was able to break The cold shooting BUS boys were 9 349.

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Godwin said that a lack of offensive -
firM t half. They improved to 35 percent -
rebounding hurt because the 9 for 26, the second half. The 18 You are listening to 14 Inch Bow NOW '
'team was working hard enough to for 57 !shot performance gave thema $359.
get position. Also missing was team ; 31.6 percent for the night. BUS Reg. $459.99 ONLY

work that will be needed to pull them was 13 ol 22, or 59 percent, from the 92 FM
through other difficult district free throw line. Hurry! Offer Ends Jan. 31st.

games. "Our guys are concentratingmore. l NOW AT THESE DFAi cqs
BHS 6 9 11 23. 49 ... and wanting lo win" said Control
Eastside 7 14 21 19. Coach Godwin. WJXR Florida Pest
61 BHS was 4-4 after the win. Dianne Oizier 539 E. Call Street
BUS Cooper 3313, Mitchell 2.9. Long J 1-7 Keystone fell]) to 49. 964-5745
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Hampton I 0.2. Jackson 1-0.7.Tolals 11-13-10.
Keystone scoring: Vey 3 3-9. Harvln 1-3-S, Roy -- I
BUS 50 Keystone 46 4-00. Strickland 13-13 KeKiyier 3-e-II. Totals
The BHS five was cold from the U 1446. BB B B HI B CLIP THIS COUPON . .

outside and Class 2A Keystone High Buchholz 811: KHS 57 FISH Jir CD!EC Two tender fish fillets, natural- n

Have the Tornadoes all they wantedh"lore Class 4A and seventh ranked JTSE cut french fries and 2 Southern-
l bowing 50-46 in the final four 2k
Gainesville Buchholz bombed the D'sA
minutes in Keystone Heights last Tornado five 83-57 in Gainesville last 6 SSiif CSa style hush puppies. .
Friday night, Jan. 10. ONLY v'-/o
Thursday night Jan. 9. OS
D .
2.3 defense
KHS used sagging ,
a Captain
Coach Godwin said he knew it ;
little seafood
BHS to shoot from outside. great
forcing would be a rough night for the BHS' place.B otIl'lxplre.1.ZZ.81 Not good with any olh'" .
The KHS zone defense was so tight five but just wanted the Tornadoesto II special'of discount.( participating Capl. ) J great little' '
llerbie and 6-5 ; ii'n.
BUS senior
Patrick Diggs could hardly see what a good team is like. BB B B B CLIP COUPON B B .
JUnior had too much
ever work themselves inside for a simply Two tender fish fillets, natural-
talent and too much depth. FISH FRIES .
close shot. In the second half KHS Buchholz's subs outscored BUS 30-4, cut french fries and 2 Southern-
went to a 2-1-2 zone and used a press FEED 4 FOR
for instance. .
which bothered the Tornadoes. The BHS lack of depth showed up ONLY 1 75 style hush puppies
five 13-8 after the .
BUS was up by in the first period when starting for- OS .
tirst kept workingthe I Captain
1 period. Keystone
ward Herbie Cooper had to check out .eL/O _.'
basketball inside for lay-ups and Offer txplrtl 1-22-BB Not good wim any onw
with two fould and 3:26 remaining in .
short Jumpers from the right side the first period. At:the time Brad special or discount|o!partlslpatlng Capl.D'41 A great little seafood nlaCC.-..

aroun Diggs and closed to ford was ahead 11-8. With Cooper sit . CLIP THIS COUPON . .

within one 20-19 outscored, at the half.BHS Using 13-11 ting, Buchholz's Pierre White, who Two tender fish fillets, natural
the KHS
press FRIES .
and nine rebounds
had 17 points FOR
in the third period and went into the scored eight straight Bobcat points cut french fries, and 2 Southern-

final eight minutes up one, 3231. Buchholz was up 18-15 after the FOR style hush

points Each in team the led fourth by as period.much as BHS's five first period and that Buchholz was as close as : ONLY $1.75 puppies :

the Tornadoes got. pasted CaptainDS:
Herbie Cooper and point guard BHS 22.8 in the second quarter and .
Ofl.rsai1r.s1.12: BbNotgood with anyot.r :
hit and Tor-
Simon Mitchell each 22-15 in the third enroute to the 83-57 epeaiol Of discount'lat participating Cap D'4 A great little seafood pIace. II
nado Levi!Simmons drove the lengthof 1 .

the court for an underhanded win.BUS eager Herbie Cooper was . CLIP THIS COUPON UOFISH .
layup to knot the score at 38-38 with $lOO j
four minutes left. game high with 19 points despite EDICCTwo tender fish and, nqtural- .
in the fourth d
fouling out period.
Guard Mitchell, who scored 10 of cut french fries 2 Southern-
15 8 15 19 57
his 11 In the fourth period, In- FOR .
points style hush
Buch. 18 22 22 21 83 1 75 puppies !
cluding some BIG free throws, hit ONLY .
Bradford: Cooper 7-J-lt Mitchell' '1-1-11 Diggs
from the left corner to put BHS up >,I 5+11. Simmons I 3.4. Long 3-J .. Jackson 1-0-2 i Captain DS
40-38 with 3:50: left. Mitchell then intercepted Hampton 1 0-2. Totals 23-11-17. NofgoactwlllTa"., ...
an inbounds pass from Bucnholl: Brown 0-14 Hammer 2-0-4 White .000lrllplrll"Z', !
I (at portlclpollng Cope.D's A great little Seafood pIace.
Keystone, was fouled with 3:16 remaining 1-I-17. Muir i-MI Ale.nder 3-0-4 Travis 1-0-3 .
and hit the front end of a Johnson Mersereau 0-1-1 2-0-4, Chrlstman Mulberry 1-3-4 I 0-2 Daniels Frailer. 4-0-1 2+',, . B B CLIP THIS COUPON B B B B B '

one-and-one to put BHS up 4138. Dlckson 204. Totals. 11-7 13. 1


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Pot Incinerated Malcolm Sanders

Prison Life Obituaries

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Correctional officers encounter danger as part of their normal working environment

Ih Mark "'I'lt'tllin into a deadly silu It'T Starr Wilier "I'm sitting in the library on my shill" said one new
Each day hundreds of locull''Sidt'nhl in Starke and employee"And there are iihonl !fill(> inmates all aroundus .
surrounding Ihree-county area rise, jump into their on a typical night.. Yon just know some are armed .
automobiles and head for work. were not. I could push .1 I button anything h-ipix-ns
It all sounds perfectly normal, but these workers and t there would beahoul aicoiTeclion.il ollieers" I there\
make I heir place of employment at the two tightest in abut live minutes but il only lakes len seconds l lgel Iu
security prisons in the stale of Florida Union Correctional sr Institute and Florida Slate Prison, both located Two weeks ago it light broke out between l live inmates -
within sight of each other next to the small town of resulting in one slabbing death and injuries lit 0
Kiii lord. another a fairly l commonplace nccur.incc which correctional
The I Iwo prisons, which are among the live I largest 1 in officers are well awaie can and will liapx-n|
the slate, present compelling portrait' of tight per- at any given I lime on any given slnll.
"The prisoners practically run Ih I ,' place," commented -
one new correctional ollieer," ""'10 just' not as
t tightly controlled as most people on I he outside picture
it in their imagination. Theydhe inmates) have to go
s_ back and furl h bet item Ihll'l'n'lIl sections ol the prison' ,
t they have l lobe I live to work inl I Ihe metal, I shop and other r
vocational training, they ;are tree lo visit the! prison
library nr the clinic at dillerent tunes dining each
week and they are allowed In 1-\1'1111\ exemsc I line twice
a week."

The free time" allows the inmates plenty of space, fir. M rb
activities and time In pull oil an aluau ing variety ol
minor and major crimes wilhin the prison it"sell'.
Two correctional ollieers h have been killed as a resultof ,
prison violence in the past l live years Sieve I>,'n-
nard, an Orange Park resident and a lather ot two, who
was fatally slabbed at UCI by a vengelul inmate, and
Lake Butler resident Kicliard Burke, whit died when a
'r hUInt'IIMdtipt'm' was I thrust I through I the bars ol a cell f tin
by an inmate angered by restrictions on Ins visitation '
j Tr rights. The inmate was already un death row and bad
nothing, literally, lo lose in I he assault
"It's on your mind constantly and there nothing you ae
can do about it," one correctional ollieer commented. t1r
"You just have lo walk in there and block il out of your ,
mind, and also never leave your back uncovered, il you (
know what I mean, just: like in Vietnam, >ou can't trust
anyone. ; ti 9
f Correct ional officers on dil Cerent shills usually workin r4t"
pairs at different locations in the pri.son.a modified t
"buddy system" which is helpful menially as well as ;
s practically.
ti There are some areas in there where I just do not
YxY )
I want to ever be without another correctional officer
r }4 : with me al all limes," one new UCI employee said.
"The place is just so big there's no way lo cover
everything I lie time. 'fheyl the inmates) have gotten :
away with some amazing things over the years, making j t,
'Buck' (prison moonshine), making every variety 'ti; f
'of weapon you can imagine, having drugs smuggled in-
$' to them by friends on the outside, hUlllul>t'xu.IIII'lhily, H .
xit 7. digging I tunnels and plotting escapes. Il I is a constant air
thing. Some of these people will do anything to escape.Three as v !
"fairly complex" escape tunnels werediscovered s t
three weeks ago by ollicials at' UCI in a
"shakedown", a series unannounced searches which
are designed to uncover concealed weapons. "
Uninvited Guest... "They were complex, it was ull1ul.i IIg, like slllLwl hing h 11
An inmate beckons from his cell at Florida State out ol u prisoner-ol-war movie from World, War II,
I'llsun near Ita ilurd. said one UCI employee who I the discovery made a big
The sheer sUe of th. stale's maximum security impression on. "You're dealing with the era Itiest
pi'isitn make It a tough place to ensure full security for animal ol all here. Some ol" the things they Ihink ol are ,
correctional! olliters as well as the inmates ama/ing. We do well to slay one I step ahc.nl! of them a
themselves.vasive most of I the lime" t "
The homosexual act ivily i is another area in which I he
security. They are ringed by barbed wire and correctional officers have double keeping a lid on in a
sharp cutting wire which resembles a several mile- bi/arre world in which many men inmates are I'elel'l'ed .
long flexible razor blade, with guard towers manned by to as "wives" or "husband depending on their role in .: ......" t'.p. <
rifle-toting sharpshooters trained to "shoot the buttons I the liasson. '0< < ,. "",.... ".....1.. .... ." .
oaf your shirt", according to one. The towers officersare "You have to catch them in the act," one correctional "' ( '_'.
also armed with shotguns, and suprisingly, many ollieer said. "And (hat's hard. They arc pretty -'.
are female. smart when it comes to concealing their activities and + :
FSP is the state's only "maximum security" facility, they usually have lookouts set up for everything they er kit d'j' aim
which houses the most dangerous and incorrigiblefelons try to dl). It's a constant challenge"
in the state, and combined with UCI, the two It's also a tribute to the brave men and women who Watch-tower Alert...
prison's payrolls have a big economic impact on put their lives on the line each day to ensure: that the Correctional officers ulio draw lower' duly atFSPCalmve A SySI,'Iii ol escape lunnels. was. ii>eenll.lisci' >vn\'rd
businesses in the surrounding communities, a fact system continues to function in a time in which rapid ) air skilled sliaipshoolcrs aimed with ut. L'C'I.Snpi' I
which is well established. expansion of the prison population is testing the correctional lilies and shotguns to prevent escapes through the isinnh, man. > ol the lower ('I)'.. ill t. females.
The educational and vocational programs; for the in- officers as never before. It'III'I'.
mates are a success story for the administrators of the '
facilities who have been innovative in their manage- ,0; '" '; \: "
ment in recent years. \
What is not so well known is the impact the prison I '\ ,
has on the lives of the thousands of workers who have E'tJfl4 ':::1. Y<*. .,
been employed there over the years it is an intense en- .:. '\ '
vironment where the prisoners outnumber the correctional r ..' ,
officers on a ratio approaching 20-1 depending on )'+ .-
the specific location, (it is even higher at night) and the J 1l> q ir r l
fear of violence or some other deadly outburst is 1 \ \ ; ""

always a threat. .
It is a world in which, because of the sheer size of the i

prison population, fear can be an ever-present foe for .
correctional officers, especially new employees.And I
there are always new employees trying to work s a
into the system. The turnover rate Is very high but the at )

starting pay is fairly good, compared to many other
employers in this area.
There are even incentives set up at the prisons which
allow employees to earn more money through such
things as taking care of their state-issued uniforms and
enrolling in special educational classes which increase
their skill levels and enable them to be eligible for pro-
motions within the prison system. It is also possible to
earn a certain amount of overtime each month. .. ." --' .
Since the nature of the job and the security requiredis !
so tight, most new guards work varying times, split- Work Parties...

ting the day into three shifts which arc rotated constantly t Inmates! at the two facilities are totaled IlItllll'k These programs:. aie. 1111:111IllUl.ghl: II'|. hut incieasethe I
to ensure fairness. trY programs, both on the prison grounds and outside In loiiil on the coi ieiliunaIulliceatoalatut.iIsecuiI. -
sounds like which should be and Is of
It a system one specially !supervised wink projects tv
the better employers in the area, despite the working I
conditions. I
Then why is the turnover rate so high? 1 r,
It is a known fact in Starke, Lake Butler and r'r'f
Keystone Heights that if you are down and out of luck
with employment head for the prison system where
there is almost always an opening due to the high tur-

nover rate, which approaches 50 percent at some times % &k .
during a typical year.
This reporter talked to correctional officers including 1
several new employees who had taken the
plunge, and the opportunity, to find out what gives
them the motivation it takes to deal with the largest
group of hardened prisoners in the state on a day to day i }
Many of these prisoners are career criminals, withlittle I'
or no regard for human life and little to lose by I
Liking, out their frustrations, anger and revenge on
fellow inmates or the correctional olficcrs assigned to Exercise Yard...
keep them "in their place". These inmates get a physical exercise session twice
It is an environment in which the correctional of.J u week and have to be heavily guarded during that
I deer are constantly outnumbered in their day-to-day lime. i1 ti ..Mwts .
dealing with the men the guard u netting! in which The area Is fenced with barbed wire and rolls of
oven an Innocent looking prison library, con quickly ra/or-sharp culling wire shown at lie bottom of the + +
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:MooiKMi I Hospital following a long illness. held Saturday Jan. 11 at Crosby Palatka; Ancient and Accepted Cemetery under! the direction of tist Church. He was a retired roofer
; Born in Chicago, on Dec. 24 1911, Lake Cemetery with Father Gilbert Scottish Rite Bodies Morroco Tem- Jones
I I' I t i'iu- \lood. 71 of I he New Funeral Home of Keystone and sheet metal worker and worker
/HIM' i sot turn' 01| 1 Kradlord (Count. Mr. Babyar moved to( Starke 25 Crosby officiating. Burial followed ple Shrine, Keystone Chapt. 279 Heights.In and part-owner of Sapp's Feed
'ill d MIMIImuht, (| at his,! home all(" years ago from Miami. Me was a under the direction of Jones Funeral Order of the Eastern Star and the lieu of flowers contributionsmay Store.
.in', .1''I|J.uont li,..i't .illac-k member of St. Mark's Episcopal Home of Starke. Keystone Kops.Survivors be made to the Keystone Survivors include his wife, Elma
\ litHiinu ri'sidc'iit. nl Hradlnrd Church of Starke a retired include a daughter, Heights United Methodist Church. Virginia Lang Hanbury of Starke;
i niiiiu hr \t.t.t 'Umnei'' and had carpenter and a veteran of World Rev Robert Carr Mrs. Roberta Pollock of Zellwood, daughter, Estelle L. Crawford of
limn I i iiiisliiKtioii' work dunlin/: ,:, War II with the Air Force. Kev. Robert Hayes Carr, 79, of Fla. ; son Paschal Carr of Keystone Jacksonville Beach; brother, JesseD.
iii HUM' Ito was ji member III| Survivors include his wife. Hose J. Keystone Heights died Friday, Jan. Heights; a sister, Mrs. Juanita Charles T. HanburyMr. Hanbury of Jacksonville; niece,
"I-m.iniirl, H.iplisl' Church He was Babyar of Starke; one son, Paul K 10 in Alachua Hospital in Gainesville Fussell of Nashville Tenn., and Charles Tillman Hanbury 79, Sara Smith of Jacksonville.
I III! -.1,11 0',( (III|,(. |tale|| (IIhll')[ M MIy| and, I IM.I Babyar of Katy Tx. ; daughter following a long illness seven grandchildren. of Starke, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, in Funeral services were held in
1> .iiluiioilKli, bloody'. Shirley Stanton of Houston Tx. ; two Born Oct. 5, 1906 in Nashville Funeral services were conducted Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville Longbranch Baptist Church on Fri-
:sin' \uiirs itu'ludt his! wile, brothers John of Villa Park III and Tenn, Rev Carr moved to Keystone Monday Jan. 13 in Keystone United following a brief illness. day, Jan. 10, with Rev. George
1 MnitniT" (:iieh'owski Moody; Martin of Hmsdale, 111, two sisters, 14 years ago. He was a member of Methodist Church with Rev. Davie: Born in Adelle, Ga., on Dec. 11, Wilkinson officiating. Burial followed
d.I\II-III\ : r. Alva 1 Padgett nl l likeHuilii ; Ann Nottke of Melrose and Sue Florida Methodist Conference, Landers, Rev. Robert Boggs and 1906 Mr. Hanbury moved to Starke in Longbranch Cemetery under
I live step (Kiu hlcr.s, M.iiy Pusatiri of Brookfield III Keystone Chapter of F A & M Lodge Rev. LeRoy Lewis officiating. 18 years ago from Jacksonville. He the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
I"( ii/ Ill 1'ilin.iii.,' N.J., MoltxKsinilli Graveside funeral services were 89 as Chaplain York Rite Bodies in Burial followed in Keystone Heights was a member of Black Pond Bap- Starke.

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I linn-das.,, Jan I 1(1(; ill 2 p.m. in (lie
I ni.iniU'l H.ipli.xl' C'lmifliilh Unix
\ .lied Johns/ and Kev. Slew.irlI
I I- i.niipion ollicialiiit Hiin.d Mill
,ii'lliiw, .11 :\UKiniH"emelerx: in
Hi.nltoid, ('ounl" ,AivluT KuiieialHniiu ,
III Lake Hullc-i ,is m charge' nlII
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Card of Thanks

Main thanks to the many friends
.\ lii) nine support these past four
months\ to Carman and his family. QUANTITY RIGHTS' PRICES GOOD

\ imi pra\ers, offerings of friendship W1NM';...E....:N.F. ..NOD J THURS. WED.,
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hue. cards food and flowers America S Supermarket JANUARY 161986
I MM' been appreciated and will bet TM
t Iieasurede
,. thank God for this, MippoitxVXlflll

The family of Carman Early
Paul G. Babyar, 74 of Starke O Q Q PUTMAN AND BRADFORD.
died Wednesday Jan. 8. in Bradford I
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.11" h lie 1\\ ledge the debt we owe to
1 let I.- IMI J their role in I building! our t sTMr uuu
I Mini, HUNT
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.io\idelorus wood! and TOMATO
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lu" Ill lucl-. colorings and lUxurmgs.nit ES, : KETCHUP PASTE
I xialiih/.alion ol our !soil loud
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I ntliei; cieatuiesHin BTL SIZE
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l'LOI" l\ t this sear I is a committmentimili 1L '
,, jo. our past and In our lutuieI : h .- j' 35c OFF
I lie I'muii and Bradford CuunivI
and the loctl I WESSONOIL HUNTS..
I ui' exit \ Departments
(iirl I Scout( Troops! have set u wedlinn TOMATO ..
,; "all' for Saturday. Jan. /18 al the .. 4 SAUCE ." "';..)iii
Butdiord Squal'tall: on US-301 insi I ..
a i.ke beginning.,:, al II a.m. C I Cresson -
seedling packets will be on sale for I 48 oz $199 c
xi tr, xi\ :'1''lIhngand! include in'i -tr-- :: ..z'. BTL 15-oz 4 7
sl I iictiiinx on planting 1 l .
4.s L...ou'e0.. ".l0i, D'. CAN
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J-ib Bus'ersFrlTted

in Union. ""I

)Uiiou need help? The JobHuxiers. :
is! a special occupational.icational I.

\ program. opened b> the ___
t I nion County School SystemUiich
allows underpnvilegeif students! a
(.liant'e; to earn money while in
The Job Busters place students in II
i 1'1'1.111.1'1 C jobs inside and outside ofI OO.MH.H.O..O.WJi ,
I niiin County and also has a student U. S. CHOICEs JWi
squad\ who du odd jobs! lor people)
They will wash and wax car, rake
leaves i mow lawns clean yards
groom pets, run (errands babysit,
The students arc carefully screened
lor this program by the school:
svslem Hales reasonable and
set, 1 according to the job. Their motto -
,is'No: Job Too Odd."
Contact Guidance Counselor
Geraldine Griflis, al UCHS at
4!% .50-10 il you have a job lor the
students to do.
You can also contact Occupalional
specialist' Ginger Robertson al
-tIf.O-tO! or 4W1-2751! ) after 3:30: () p.m.

"A free thinker is he who
does not fear to go to the
end of his thought."

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program at big gift Includes Set caster, camber ft toe in to (FRONT or REAR) ./
I manufacturer spat. Intneet, lUtMnilnn Replace paoa or shoes; resurface drums
.- &-iieri g-ivsj' .-F irm il-Amiicll\ rotors; pack bearings; bleed A adjust; ;/-
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IKTN.illiilfi: I the one ol a kind )program for pll.iI i\l' around the slate\ as they hiivilo administer a (lit l0rent l')4( cars. Front wheel drive vehicles and Metallic parts extra when required. .:.-:
A unique Welt education! program childien with special needs have been\ here at l.iiwlcs Klee:I ('II' testing procedure, for each: student .r "'I Chevettes extra. Paris extra DUTY SHOCKS ..'
If'' tar pie kimlei'n.irlfii handicapped The school's Pu.Kindeigartenilandic.ipped ; 1 lacy 1 would expect the school ollicials IM-IMIISI- ol the variety of different ; 10.95 4 :;:::.
children, H'li'ivcd a hig boost MOD \ Program/ is sponsored t to begin iniplenieiiling\ \ I this handicaps, we have to work wild : Most Cars a ,,-Q QC
: day lit I.alaIey 1 KIcmont.ir.N: Si lion!. by (he state mill is (lie only program t type ol cirriculum st.itevMdc soon here' The students are screened by a REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 10.95it Truck ..33.3 *
I OihiKiN) ul St.jrke's til Marks ol its kind in the area serving all olliradlord The piogram here has been a big h" |llIt.iI, usually Shands Hospital in .
: Kpiscopal: rbuirh close l tbeir pie- (Counts\ and niMiby areas success The results and improvements i.imrsville, then are tested here byoursihoolp.sjchologisl CORBETTS TIRES & SERVICE
school facility recently and \\'l'll'Il) I in the children in the to determine
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educational > piogram 12 childien" have been accepted in d.iledel lor slule\\'ide implementa _... _... '
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I he program so tar, with lion, but l'illerson predicts il will go :
in 1-.t'lll'IliIr\ I I'HI!l I,).
Through the el lot'Is ol the\\ Sunkc to be approved
Kiwilllis Club inrn.ites at I.aMeCoireclion.il \' This class I is .1 I |pilot i|, | program setup See Page 12Body
Institute helped\ lo.ui- h\ the ,11I1t' to u>si the le.i.sabihlyol "These students are" hngh-risk
up I the material and transport it lol.nute (his type I ol' i Instruction for shutt'nls'ho would be al a severe)
I \' Kli'inentarx Theie it will vuungIIii/ lh'a I'attCrson(0nr dlSatvantageinIII11)1' classroom,

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ThruWednesday Easy static stretching designed to A slower paced, low Impact aerobic FLOOR EXERCISE
January 22nd. .,1 Improve the body's flexibility. Helps work-out. Promotes cardlo- A program of floor exercise: with the
prevent Injury and stiffness. respiratory conditioning without the beginner In mind. II you haven't
jarring and bouncing movements ol worked out In a long time this Is the
BODY SCULPTING aerobics. Good for those
regular place to slart. Improves muscles
A program tor floor exercise: design when need work
days a light
"'1', you tone and strength In i progressive
ed to Improve muscle tone and
.: / Recommended for persons over
4 thereby enhance the natural con 50, overweight out-of,shape, or
tours of the body. Includes ab ,
j with previous Injury. Work longer CHILDREN'S AEROBICS
SNacKS Otf/1/ ,...) dominal tightening with less stress and bum more Aerobics for children ages 512.
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CLASSIFIED to ADVERTISING the Brodlord should County be submitted _

Telegroph office in writing and paid In
advance unless credit It already YARD SALES LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE

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facing Forsythe Rood.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN lots of clothing, new and used. Misc. no
down payment $75 per mo. Call mos. over payments $32 per mo., c/ridilkar
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Items, everything must go. Behind 9645606. 10/4 tfn 7 left. Call 782-3886 after 6 p.m. Itchg
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owners 964 6853. 12/13 tin. price neg. 782.3886 alter 6
Minimum charge It 15 words for(2.75, Baptist Frl-Sun 11719. Softball 1/161tNC .
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement.' p.m.
then 10 cent for each word thereafter equipment, trailer hitch household
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offer. 964 8809. 10/10 TFchg new Snail 12 In. band saw, air coin other misc. Items 9646362. Itchg .
THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford royal blue, all piessoi, air tank, drill press 3 vises, 2 1/16 HOMESITES
white int., AC cruise, tilt steering, AT pinpaiie RV tanks with legulators, NEW GUN CABINET! holds 4 guns. 69" Colfview Aero Lot 16 $ 9.500
with overdrive. 47.000 orig. milei. One hnuseware electric chainsaw 524 N. PERSONAL SERVICESNEED long x 25" wide. $60 neg. 9646210. Mimosa ft Boston Slots $ 6,900
owner. Call 533.2403 after 6 p.m. TF Walnut Wed. Thu.." Fri., Sat. Sale Inprogress Itchg 1/16
1969 BRONCO 4WD, 302 V8 .ton. trans, through Sat. NC 1.16 A TUTOR! All subjects, K-8, Certified AQHA HORSESi One Bay gelding, 3 next 'Klngsley Village lots21,22 $ 6.500
radial RVT'., white spoke rims, YARD SALE: 1341 Blandmg St, Soialoga Teacher 533.2901 after 7 p.m. TF month Hobox/Leo riding well, needs S.R. IOCS Lot 8(1.37( ac) $ 5.000

AM/FM/cassette, flare kit completely His Fn Sat 9.5 p.m. Itpd I 116 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Freeestimates. training. One Chestnut Filly 22 mos 5 Oak Subdiv. Hot $ 10.000
rebuilt and painted, no rust. Exc. cond. Pacemaker x Sunrisa, Grandslre Go
Handy-Man Fence Co.
Hwy 16 WCrosby Lots 1.2 $ 10.000
$3.995. 782 3660. TF
Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559. tfn Go $1,000 each. Both $1800. Or
1979 RENAULT LeCor 1550. Low mileage, HOMES WANT TO DRINK trade for equal value. G.jod home on. LakoCountry Lot 22 $ 17.000

good condition. 964.8848 or 473.3627.I FOR SALE THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS ly. 9648259. Itpd 1/16 Club Lot 7 $ 8.000
1911 DATSUN 310: excellent condition. 4 WANT TO STOP PROTEIN BLOCKS 33 1/3 Ib. $3.50 GOLD 301 North 10 lots $125.000

speed $3.300. 964 8848 or 4733627. WOODEN HOUSE:20x20. tin roof block. Alcoholics THAT'S Anonymous OURS KIST STORE 9647871. Itchg 1/16 Country Club Lot 9 $ 9,500Sampson .

1/9IF ed up ready to move$500.431.1050 tfn 964-4150-964-6894-964-4219 lake (waterfront) 2 lots ea. $ 17.900
1977 MONTE CARLO: fully loaded. BUY THIS HOME like rent: CB, 2BR, IBa CLEANUP SALE on horse
thru Lakewaterfront 1 lot 21.900
pd 2/15 tack. Sampson ( )
$1100. 533-2676. l/92tchg 1/16 house. Good location. Good condition. Everything on sale. Supreme
GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows, Thermal Blanket $65 Saddle W. Madison 2 lots $
blankets 27.500
1985 JEEP Cherokee 4x4 AT, AC $3,000 down balance $18,500, at \11".. JACKSON BUILDING ;
Sit 500. 7823884. Itchg 1/16 Just $260 per month. Phone 964-8251. 9646078.etc. Orders also taken SUPPLY.In lake $10 up; Overlay headstalls and reins, Crosby Lake Inlet 4 lots $ 15.000
l 1972 FORD F-100 pickup, loaded. One 1 '2TF $7 each; Supreme Storm Blankets '
Bessent Rd. 23 lots $ 7.000
Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, $39.90. Sale for In-stock Items only. ea.
hunter's special 315 N. Church
owner NICE 3/1 BY OWNER: just out of town.
4734973. 2/26 tfn
St 9M.6789. Itpd 1/16 Wood ,stove central heatl AC. Pretty BULLDOZER Wanting to do bulldozer GOLD; KIST STORE 964-7871. Itchg 1/16 ACREAGE

1975 COUGAR Mercury. $800. 964-4009 lot. 964 5997. 1 1/2 3tchg 1/16 work. Have 2 bulldozers S looking for ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month.No Brownlee Rd. 36.43 acres $ 82,332

Itchg 1/16 THREE BEDROOM brick home, CH/A, 2 work. 964-5606. 7823333. Ask for down payment. Coll 964-6946. tfn Waldo 10 acres $ 25,000
1976 FORD PICKUP 6 cyl.. Standard
LR/DR fireplace, breakfastroom Mark. 8/8 tfn MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa.
IWB. Good condition. No rust $1400 gameroom. 560 Glendale St. Graham 14.5 acres 1625ac.
PAINTING ft REMODELING quality workat $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn
OBO. 964.4248. Itchg 1/16 964 5468. 1 9 3tpd 1/23 Graham 10.51 acres $1,625/ac.
on affordable price. For a free COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Starke
REDUCED: 3BR, 2Ba CH/A, FP on 6 acres estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212. Hwy. 301 S. 2.5 acre $ 15,000
in city on Geiger Rd., neor/Southslde SEPTIC'TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 11/24 tfnFIREWOODI
Club 9 49.000
ARTHUR MASTERS Elem. $68,500.964.5876. 1/9TF acre
relaid. Serving Bradford County for 10 scrap oak and pine, no
Painting roofing and fram WATERFRONT PROPERTY Hampton" years. Bradford Septic Tank Service. nails. 18 In. 12 In. $15 per load. Oak 230A ft Wilson 4.78 acres $ 12,000

ing. Additions remodeling, Lake, brick home, 3BR, 3Ba, dock, boathouse 9648121. 10/17 TFchg 4x4x27" V cord $35. Bradford ARC Lawtey 5 Ac. Woodlawn $ 14,000
shaded lot den Must
fireplace. SEWING All 9647699. 11/21 TF
MACHINE REPAIR makes Hampton 438 acres $1.000/ac.
and fixed dry wall. see to appreciate. 964 4465. Itpd 1/16 cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used TRAVEL TRAILER 1980 Coachman Deluxe 230 E. 40 $100,000
Free Estimates sewing machines for sale. James 32 ft., $5,000. 468.1000 after 5 p.m.
11 yrs. experience BUSINESS Stilckland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy 12/5TF Lawtey 20.16 acres $ 50.000
References 16. Starke. 964-8733. 12/5TF ROLLS OF HAY Buy your hay now and Off 301 S. 2'acres $ 8.300

964.4009 OPPORTUNITIESGOOD BABYSITTING in my home day or night. store It In my barn until' you need it. Off 301 N. 1 acre $ 2,500
Infants on up. 9648074. 1/9 2tpd 1/16 6'/i mile. N. of Starke on 16 toward

BUSINESS FOR SALE $10,000 HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical prison Bahia $20/roll Alicia HOMES

down. OWNER will finance and supply complete home repair. $23-$25/roll at barn, Delivery avail. 628 Pinewood Home $ 27.800
.CCCCCCCCi.. merchandise Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. for extra charge. Call 782-3727 after 5p.m.
on consignment. SRI 16 East Brick on 1 lot $ 4,000Brooker
NO DOWN PAYMENT 1.904373.191712B\ TF Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF or 964-6167. 12/5TF
.It. Now 144/0 BR 2 bolO. wit' pan OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear. SHOP FOR/WITH YOU Errands, assist, HAY FOR SALE $1.50 and $2 per bale. Home on 2 lots $ 45,000

Cry C mpletely fufiiift'ied fr 'it.f< ladies apparel children, large size, elderly or III in home or hospital. Call 9647675. 1/9 3tchg 1/23 Rd. 230E Home $ 54.900
.I petite. combination store, maternity, Phone 964-8215. 1/I62tpd 1/23 FIREWOOD oak split and delivered
refngeiattr vaulted railing $100 cord. 9647994. 1/9 4tpd 1/30 533 W. Pratt Home ft 2 lots $ 18,150
accessories. Jordache, Chic. Lee, Levi),
w"dw and m re. N' d wti "aymerir E Z Street Izod, SEVERAL ITEMS MCS 25 watt stereo with Hwy 301 S. Block Home $ 85,000
wil'i 'd rredit--pay $199 Esprit Tomboy, Colvin FOR SALE
9 Klein, Sergio Valente Evan Picone Liz direct drive turntable and two 100 watt 431 Center St. Frame HomeWaterfront $ 24,300
per m '"1"'. DellvOly speakers loveseat
rluded. Can I. M : Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline new Sampson Lake Home $ 68,000Lakewood
Mday qualify sofa bed combination. $225. 110 volt
Healthtex,, over 1000 others. $13,300 to CAMPER 1976: 35' fifth wheel American
F .'d. 1.473.7237. J: $24,900 inventory training fixtures, Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully sell- 5,000 btu window air conditioner, $175. S/D HomeWaterfront $ 65,000

.it*****.*****.*********.**I grand opening, etc' Can open 15 days. contained, price neg. 5332411. Call Call 964.8661 after 7 p.m. 1/9 2tchg Lakewood S/D Lot $ 25.000

Mr. Bing, ((404)) 252.4489. Itpd I In after 6 p.m. 5/16 tInBRADFORD 1/16 321 N. Myrtle Home (small lot) $ 55,000
LIMEROCK TWO FERRETS $25 each. 9644098. Itpd
SALES 1/16 615 N. Church Home on Slots 49,900

Llmerack C Fill Dirt OFFICE PLANTERS or room divider Off 301 N. Home $ 50,000Country

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. 20 yd. semi-loads only Woodgrain formica w/copper liner 9 Club Home $125,000
Phone 782-3172 5/23 tfchg ea. I8"w x 34"h x 72" or 96" long. $75 Roberts S/D Home
STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at ea. 12 metal wall shelves, parts bins, 3' $ 58,500 .
located wide sections. Also used file cabinets. I,4ra&ordRd. t
Doublewide Home Center HOMES WITH ACREAGE '.i; "If 1 North on 301 Lowtey, Fla. (this Is not Ricks, 9645184. Itpd 1/16
ao..... trailer furniture). 6/13 tfnchg STOCK CARTS DOLLEYS floats, many \! ,,.,. ", IHome84 .acres; ?.,..<, $145-'OOD! I.. :
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for sizeso choose from. Also used Crawford Rd. "use.Chlc. H"",.;'50 ac. ". >" $2'60 OQOn"

m I 964-5065 sole ot OHns Home Center located on casters used electric motors; gearboxes Brooker Homes 2 acres $ 55,000

Highway 100 West. This is not trailer electric panel boxes, starters 29th St. N.W. Home ft 37.5 ac. $144,445 .
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg and switches. Ricks, 9645184. Itpd
REALTOR N"'resrikrgl PALOMINO FILLY: AQHA Reg. Adorable 1/16 Hwy 100 MH with 3V> ac. $ 50,000Hampton

6 mos. old. $500. 964-4402 or 9647138. GALVANIZED Walk-In freezer shelves Homeft 12 acres $ 85,000
houses 12/26TF 250 pcs. Don't rust. Also 3 walk-In
321 Butler. Home on 1.96ac. $ 48,400
WASHER C DRYER Sears Kenmore. $500 freezers. Also large battleship com
Deer Rd. KH 1 SW lDW,2ac. $ 35,000
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I for both. Call 964.8399 after 6 p.m. pass gyroscope. Ricks, 9645184. Itpd Spgs. ,

PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsible
: 301 S near KOA 270' f rout. 4 Ac $150,000
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 party to assume small monthly LOSTFOUNDLOST
payments on spinet/console piano. E. Call St. 5.5 acres $ 25,000

Can be seen locally. Write:: (include W. Call St. Comm. Lot $ 40,000

RESIDENTIAL phone number, ) Credit Manager P.O. RED MARE HORSE mane clipped
Box 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 1/16 back hoof old and split. If found call COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
.SPECIAL OFFER FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY Brick veneer home located in a 3tchg 1/30 Jail House in Starke. 8/8 tfn 1 120 E. Call St. Building $ 47,000

distinct section of town, just 49900. To guarantee your private showing call to. MUST SELL Portable spas, 4 to choose LOST at Bradford-Inverness Football 301 (Dairy Queen) Restaurant $ 90,000
day. from all acrylic holds up to 5 people. Game one ring of keys with 6.7 keys
.PEACEFUL LIVING: terrific value: Just $93,800. 10 1/4 acres surrounding a Heater air blower, jets, cover filter $25 reword. Call 533.2615 after 6 p.m. Epperson St. Duplex $ 50.000
lovely cedar home with plenty of shady oaks to boot IA I system. Totally sell.contained In cedar l/93tpd 1/23 * *

DELIGHTFUL cedar home, warm fireplace, large fenced yard, plenty of extra case. 1.781.8824 Eves. Itpd 1/16 ._- EVENINGSBILL
storage. Owner says SELL! SELL I SELL! RANGE: Tappan electric excellent condition
DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319
Call 964.5694 after 5 WANTED
.$68.000 and 2 home, p.m.
you can own on exceptional story fireplace pool ample
All 1/162tchg 1/23 JOHN GREENE 533.2121
storage. on one acre.
MODERN CLASSIC Elegant charm featured in this 2750 sq. ft. wonder. All POP-UP CAMPER $150 or best oller.HAY CHARLOTTE'S WEBB Now taking consignment WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964.7454 I
FOR SALE: for Info call 782.3883 after Sp.m.
modernized 4 bedroom, 3 bath, formal dining and living rooms. Call for appt. Itpd 1/16 items Clothing Toys CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408 RANDY CORY 475-3547 ,,
Must see to believe. Handcrafts New and Used Items. 138
COW HAY fertilized, no rain. $1.50 per
PEACE AND QUIET Starter home on 1.65 acres between Starke and bale. 964-5944. after 6 p.m. 1/1621chg N. Water St. Call 964-7100 964.5732,
Keystone. Property fenced access to SR 100. 9648569. 1/9TF .
easy 1/23 barber salon **************************************************4
.WALK TO EVERYTHING: from this solid 3 bedroom in family-oriented subdivision SCUBA EQUIPMENT: 2 complete sets. GOOD USED beauty or

close to school shopping and churches. Call 964-5694 after 5. 1/16 2tNC equipment. Call Hairplanes, 9644645. Tim's Custom Cabinets
GRAHAM AREA: Live quietly and peacefully in this 3 bedroom, 2 bath 2 car l/94tchg/l/30
garage 4'I. acres conveniently located to Gainesville and Starke. New Construction *Remodeling Re.Surfaclng

*Wood or Formica Cabinets *Tile Work *Ceiling Design

BUILDING LOTS ACREAGE I425--7 room house,. good commer INSULATIONBatts Cut Brick or Stone *Stucco Drywall Work
LOVELY LOT in fine Owner will hold financing. See to and Blown-ln
: family area. ap clollnve.tm.nt. across from city hall;
preciate. priced low.IM2311.5 *Mobile Home Underpinning (Skirting)

.OUT IN THE WOODS Mobile home lot In the country, but close to work and ac., like new mobile, nice Free Estimates In Stuccn or Cut BrickStoneFree

ploy l ly furnished going business of pecan Bosler CustomConstruction Estimates
.GUARANTEED to be |lust the right sizel Not too big, not too small. 13.33 acre cracking Included. Call 964.6238 Tim Thompson

farmette. 3 parcels still available, one with home. A creek runs through this 402.5 room home In Raiford reduced *******************************************.******i
beautiful property with large oaks and pastureland. DON T MISS THIS CHANCEl I now $11,500.
Call now. 1399-3 BR, IV* bo., block, fenced In

town come see and let's negotiate, .

COMMERCIAL IF395--2 BR home on 1 ac., neat many Carpet
BEST COMMERCIAL SITE INVESTMENT on US 301. 20,000 plus traffic count. fruit trees and grapevines. Nice location ScotchgardCleaning
Turn around in middle of parcel bounded by County Roads on 2 sides, 1.52 furnished Room $1495 Is

acres with 190 foot frontage. Perfect for transportation or high traffic retail 4l2--Nice 3BR 1 Ba on Market Rd.. REALTY a HalO Available
business. Priced to sell at less than $20,000.
many appliances Included,
COMMERCIAL UNIT next to Bradford Square shopping center, priced right. for shade, owner Is anxious to pecans make 964-7700 Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
.VERY GOOD INVESTMENT 2 units, Kingsley Lake area, owner financing. a deal. If] N. temple A.o.
FEDERAL TAX INCENTIVES AVAILABLE on this 12.000% sq. h. bldg. In I398--20 ac. 4BR 2Da stucco home, V.Joy rnl>Thornton P. Odom Aitoclol'.oko.OO' PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe

Historical Section Cabinetmaking business also available if
downtown mobile home hookup pasture, pecan --- -- --- ------
In and re-dyeing of wall lo wall furniture clean-
specialize cleaning carpet,
for the else.
desired. You won't find this much space Tioney anywhere Good trees, 63000.
location for retail sales also. Call today oln City 3BR. 2 full baths, brick Ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts Quality

ONE ACRE with fix-up mobile home. Only $10,000. We have farms, acreage and com. home; L-shaped LR and family room work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment.

IMMACULATE: 3BR 2 bath custom built doublewlde, built-on family room merclal acreage, waterfront properties step saver kitchen 2.39 acres Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge free Advice
pool patio garage and many other extras. and space ((2-room) for rent. Lots, Graham area owner financing

.THREE ACRES with doublewide, priced to sell. Come by and let us show you our 1 acre up. Call 964-4997 CallCheck

YOU SHOULD SEE THIS' 3 BR, brick veneer and CB home on 2 beautiful acres, listings. oS Acres, 476' on 301 South. YtHow Pages In local phone book All Work Guarantied
has a stone fireplace very nice appliances, garage, water softener assumablemtg. Lots, zoned for trailers, Vi acre to
(JH N. temple Ave I'/i acre, owner financed $500

LAURA STREET Lnts of floor space very attractive, remodeled home only Starke. Fl 32091 down.
$31.000. G STROUTREALTY Union County! land with paved road '/

KEYSTONE AREA Very nice 3BR, 2 bath' large lot swimming pool fenced on 2 sides, 20 minutes from

yard lake acres priced In mid 60's. Gainesville. Owner financing. .

$44.900.. APPROX. 1700 sq. It.CB house with appliances, fireplace fenced yard only INCOirOHATIDOKI"' details.Commercial Building-Call for R & J'S SAW' SHOP

/GUARANTEED TO PLEASE I Beautiful 3 BR. 2 bath' home with fireplace 964-8931 413.3096 'I j

cathedral ceilings, In a beautiful country setting nestled' among 2 acres of shady Worthington Springs 496.2534

oak trees.

Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR BARGAINS FROM flB-CO? sll.9s Sales & }

Sales Manager. Evenings 964-4048 Ie The Bargain Center Kitchen a Lavatory Faucets Repairs


L. Faulkner 964.5142 Pipe Insulation Weatherstrlpplng
Suzanne Kitchens 964.7630 Bob Matthews "4.72.1 ..
Lou Young 964-7525 lee Hardenbrook 473-7864 r0'se etc 3" PVC Sch. 40 12.2 NMS Wire Chain Saws & Lawnmowers

Well Pumps $.79 ft. $11.95250* Felt$6.50 per roll

473-7164 .Home Supplies 0 llghtpoles 0 Cabinets e Electrical a Plumbing Supplies s t

COMMERCIAL* RESIDENTIAL* C...\,aBARGAIN:: CENTER INC. pna11 OPEN: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00: :

Rentals Available 10,000 Mlscellaneou.Items and Salvage cep

Carol Property Warner Management. REALTOR Division ASSOC. Lee i Willie Mae 964.6679 Hwy. 301 South Stark. Saturday 8:00: 1 ::00


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Scholorshlp ovollablel' ERA Tiffin and Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. MODERN HOMI on beautiful Silver CARPENTER WORK: Remodeling work INSURANCE AGENCVl 160 S. Plant.at Martin's Fruit Farm Apple and

Owns Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfay&t.5t. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone lake, Keystone Heights. 2 BR on one kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. pears $2.80 to$5; grapes $2 to $3; nectarines

964-5063 7/4 tin 964.7498.9/16 tin acre. Monthly $350. 19042471604. Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after Complete Insurance Service tin peaches and plum $2.25;
TYPISTS $300 weekly at horn. Writ. EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart 1/10 tfn chg 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg blueberries $2; redbud dogwood
P.O. Box 973, Elisabeth. NJ 07207. TF ments. Electricity Included low weekly LAKE FRONT 2 BR 2 BA mobile home. CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In..tallollon. LAND FOR SALE golden rain and crepe myrll. $4. Closed

NURSING ASSISTANTS n..d.d at monthly rates Palms Apartments, Year round near Keystone 473-4186. .. Free estimates. Ten years Sunday. 497-2621 Ft. White. 12/31

Whispering Pin. Car Center. Call 2314 N. Temple Ave tfn 3tchg 1/9-23 experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for Stchg. 1/30
Su.an Cook at 964.6220. 12/STF NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 2 BR 2 BA Nice modern home, CH/AC, Craig. 5/17 tfnchg take Hampton Oaks Lot 25. Located on Flashing arrow signs 50 percent off 11

OOVIRNMINT JOBi $16.040 BA apt. For more Information call lake lake view $325 month. 4732008. Stpd PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt, US301 ten minutes south of Starke, 20 $289 complete Lighted non-arrow

$59.230/yr. Now hiring. Call Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity 1/9.23 mildew peeling paint from homes, minutes from Gainesville 1.01 acre In $269. Unlighted $219. Free letters! See
1.805-687-6000. ext. R-S504 for current Housing 6/7 tfnchg FURNISHED MOBILE HOME 1 BR 1 BA. driveways, mobile homes Call Rick. nice neighborhood 5000. Call locally. 1000 Imprinted balloon. $99.
fed.rolll.t. 1/9 Stpd 2/27 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No lake front acreage. $175 month-$100 473.245241fr 1/9.30 4960067. No collect colls. 1/9 4tpd. 1 (1(800)423-0163) anytime

NEED SECOND INCOME Part-time po.l- pets $190 a month plus deposit. Call deposit. Couple only no p.'.. Phone UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chairs FOR RENT 1(800)628-2828( ) ext. 504. It. 1/16

tlon available 3/10 hours per w..k. 4681323. 10/3 TF Jax. collect 725.8945.4tpd 1/9.23 couches, campers, Addison Plane Wanted: Responsible party to
Can earn$400 to$300 p.r month. Interviews LARGE MOBILI HOME LOTi Concrete MH FOR RENT 2 BR 1 BA, close to town. Upholstery 4732452. 4tchg 1/9.30 assume small monthly payments on

Friday at 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7:30. patio water furnished close to prlion. Keystone Heights area. ,$225 month. HAPPY FACE DAY CARE OF TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR spinet/console piano. Can be seen
Call for direction. 182.3790.ltchg 1/16 $95/mo. 964.7530 or 468.1323.10/3 TF 4732730. 1/9 tfnchg HAWTHORNE will open January 6 RENTi Union CountyTlmes, 150 locally Write: (Include phone number)
CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Incom. poten TWO BEDROOM 1 bath house In town. 3 BR 2 BA Den separate dining room from 66. Register now. 481-3856 or Main Street Lake Butler. Phone Credit Manager P.O. Box 520

tial. All occupation. For Info call ((312)) Call 904.437.3308 between 8:30-3:30:: double-wide mobile home In the coun 481-4267. 4tchg 1/9.30 496-2261 for Information tin Beckemeyer II. 62219. 1/16 3tchg.

742-8620 ext. 362. 1/16 4tchg 2/6 Mon-Frl. 11/28 TF try. $300 a month. 4732931. 3tpd LICENSED NURSE will provide room and One, two and three bedroom mobile Government Homes from $1 (U repair).

CLERICAL-MRfIMES Work at horn 3-4 NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1BR 116.30BEAUTIFUL board for elderly person close super homes. All electric central heat and Also delinquent tax property. Call
I hours dally. S.nd .tamp.d .nv.lop. apartment with kitchens, located next 2 BR on lake. Great room vision. 964.7138.4khg 1/9.30 air cable TV. Basketball! and 1(805)687-6000.( ) Ext. GH-1136 for Information.

for application. CRI. 8033 Sunset 16060. to Tenneco station In downtown with beam ceiling, deck wood stove, WILL DO MENDING In my home. Also playground. Pines Call 4962366. 12/19 8tpd. 2/6

Los Angeles, CA 90046. 1I163tpd 1/30 Starke. $50-$75 per week. Call two car garage, large shady lot. $375 doll clothes made to order Cabbageand SR12I. Lake Butler. 1/9 tfn/chg. Log Homes Over 40 rustic models to

t.N.i full-time, RN position available at 964-5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 12/5TF month. 1.694.3087. 1/16 tfnchg other Reasonable prices. Call Six room house, with swimming pool. choose from. Send for Free Brochure.
Bradford Hospital. Experience prefer TWO ROOM furnished efficiency In 2 BR MOBILE HOME Melrose area $170 4737639. Ask for Karen. 2tpd 1/9.16 Near Lake Butler reasonble rotes, nice Hoist Abe Log Homes, Rt. 1. Box
red. Competitive salary excellent Lawtey. children. 7823458.1219TF month and deposit. Also one all new HANDYMAN SERVICE Yard work location. Call 4963018. 1/9 tfn/chg. 84CF. Moss Tennessee 38575.

a benefits. Applicant. apply to Bradford TWO LARGE 2-room kitchenette: utilities mobile home, furnished $220 a month clean-up, hauling, tree trimming and Furnished 1964 mobile home Three 18002313695.( ) It. 1/16

Hospital 964-6000, Mon-Frl, 1... p.m. furnished Underwood Motel 3'/i\ plus deposit for fair respectable couple. removal, any kind of odd lob. 4733321. bedroom two bath on 3 acre yard In
EOE. 1/16 2tchg 1/23 miles North of Stark. 12/19TF 1.684.6634 or 4752694. 1/16 2tchg 1/16-23 Raiford. Air conditioning fireplace, HELP WANTED

REGIONAL ACCOUNTANT Our versified BEDROOM in large home near Hampton. tfnchg NEED A BREAK Professional housecleaning Island range, garden tub, pool. $300 Government
regional operation headquartered $125 per month incl. utilities and kitchen services. Let us do your cleanIng per month. First month plus $200 Jobs $16,040-$59,230/yr.
Now hiring. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext.
Stark. privileges. 4682515. 12/26TF Lost for Reliable, honest andreasonable security deposit In advance, Call
n.ar seeks a seasonal accountant you. R-1136 for
currant federal list. 12/19
NICE ROOM bath. 9646035. 431-1133 or 4311843. 1/9 .
with at l.mttwo years experience private Please call: 473.3479 or tfnchg.Two 2/6
1/6TF SMALL WHITE WITH BROWN DOG 4734061. 2tchg 116.23C mobile homes near Lake Butler 6tpd.
Including supervision working with
audit costs accounting and FOR LEASE 2000 sq. ft. building on 301 S. male Answers to: Domino. Please S B CARPET 1 UPHOLSTERY CLEANING $165/month $120/month. Unfurnished Jobs Overseas Big money fast $20,000
budg.t preparation In a management Great for offices. 964-8848 or 4733627. return to yellow 2 story on Azalea Truck mounted deep steam extraction adults only quiet country living. to $50,000 plus per year. Call
317-839-8900, ext. 8008. 1/9 2tpd. 1/16
1/9TF Place. Call 4962600. Itchq. 1/16
environment. We offer an attractive Itpd free estimates, quality work,
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now REWARDI Black male Labrador, mixed Floors
benefit package with a salary rang of competitive prices.
$19,000-$22,000 depending ... available at C&C Mini Storage. 12 ft. Lost Nov. 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee stripped and waxed. 3tpd 116.30MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL SERVICES
p.rl.nc. Send resume to P.O. Drawer ceilings, lights, power new reduced Road Answers to "Minor". 4737162. Steve Broadway

A. EEO/ME. Itchg 1/16 rates 964-8848. 1/9TF 4tchg 1/16.2/6 Babysitter wanted Approximately 10:30 TREE SERVICEIs
TRAIL MOTEL/RESTAURANTi Lawtey. A,M. to 6:30: P.M. For more Informationcall
bedroom apartments. Stove, refrlg., PAC RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture Now
Application. for full and part-time HELP WANTED 496-2189 after 7 P.M. 1/9 2tchg.
and drapes furnished. Southern Villasof household Items,
employment. Apply In only dur appliances Children's Pog.ant..S..klng girls 4.7 to
person Stark., 1001 S. Villas Drive, (Hwy. collectable, glassware, old jewerly, BROADWAY & WALTERS
ing 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday thru $60 PER HUNDRED PAID FOR REMAILING represent Florida In the National Little
16)). 964-7293 or 964-4214. 1/9 2lchg tools etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 *
Saturday. Employee benefits. We are 1/16 LETTERS FROM HOME I Send self- OFFII I I Star Pageant. Excitement friends, and Removal
on equal opportunity employer. 1/16 for awards for participants. For Information
addressed stamped envelope ins more *
2 bath
BEDROOM house. Call Trimming
one $289 complete. Lighted non-arrow
2tchg 123BARTENDERS formation/application. Associates, call toll free 1(800)532-STAR.( )
9647404. 1/16 TF $269. Unlighted $219. Free letters! See *
Box 95.B Rosselle. NJ 07203. Stump Removal
*WAITRESSES Now taking ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT central lOtpd locally 1000 Imprinted balloons $99. LOST

application.at 301 Liquors 1 mil. N. of heat and air conditioning, wall to wall 1212213CARPENTER'S' ((800)) 423.0163, anytime ((800)) Firewood

Starke. 9647771. Itcho 1/16 carpets, furnished or unfurnished HELPER Experienced. Ap 6282828. ext. 504. 1/16 fcan Female Labrador-chocolate brown. Gold *
In at Lumber Co. ofKeystone Free Estimate
walled patio off street parking. Best to ply person King BROWN'S USED FURNITURE 110 E. Call
be brown collar
MOBILE HOMES 21 N. I 1/16 eyes may wearing
call 964-8601 before 9:30 in the morn- EXPERIENCED Hwy COSMETOLOGIST Itchg needed Street Starke. Open 105. Used furniture and tags Reward Answers to"Domino" 473.7097 473.7679
FOR SALE Ing. 1/9TF and miscellaneous.2tod .
Call 496.2751 or 4963176.
for salon. Call 473.7708 for Ins
After 5 P.M.
2 BEDROOM mobile home on Griff 1/16.23 Please help Itchg. 1/16
13 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on Loop. Deposit required no pets terview. Itcho 1/16 Keystone Heights
one or all. Olln's Mobil Horn Salei. 964.8816.Itpd 1/16 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg 1 BR TRAILER: completely furnished, Including Licensed & Insured
1911 12x40 Guerdon Statler 2BR, bath heat and air. $60 per week. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series 3 BR 2 BA Brick stucco attached OUT OF AREA

very good condition clean unfurnished 485.1371. Itchg 1/16 organ with double keyboard, basepedals garage, many extras 2.4 acres, by

$3.500. 964-7JI2. 10/3 TF COTTAGE ON HWY. IBi Hampton Lake, and rhythm section, $795. Call owner. Close Into Keystone Heights LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY .

24xtS OWl on 3 acres. 3BR. 28a. CH/A. large living room, dining room, central 473.2210 weekdays or 473-4648 Reduced $5000. 4734828. Itchq 1/16 If I don't have It, I'll find Its Just Shop & Compare I 11 I
29500. Phone 9648399. TF heat and air. Furnished or unfurnished. weekends for appointment to see tfn ask
ALLS MODELS must go: W* finance Adult. only 468-1829.1/16 2tpd 1/23 JESSIE FRENCH Piano for sale. CARS 496.2126 or 496-2903 eves "YOUR Special Insurance for
I No money down. 1.752.8082.1/94tcha 4 BEDROOM: 2 bath, 390 Cherry St. Gas SCO-excellent! condition. 4737644. & BOATSSELL UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tfn Mobile Home Parks
:+ SUWANNEE FLA. Need a complete' heat fireplace, front and rear porch. 2tpd 1/9.16 All types of homeowners .
,.y( change? Fish off your own dock. 9646365. Itpd 1/16 1976 FLEETWING TRAVEL TRAILER 24 ft. ;*******************+***** policies for

,I Deluxe 2BR IVi ba, huge screen RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month Complete package, like new A/C US YOUR USED CAR! 4732931. it NO DOWN PAYMENT *It- mobile homes.

porch 2 landscaped lots with and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- everything. Phone Jax. collect 3tpd 1/16.30 : New w < d-sided 14 wide 2BR fur. It- Call for Quote *

underground sprinkler system. 17 ft. Owner at 964-3065 or 964-4048 TF 725-8945 4tpd 1/9.30 1974 CADILLAC DEVILLE 4 door 2 : aired, Island kit,'rer, bay wind 'W. *:

Wellcraft w/113 hp Mariner motor. 19" CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On HEAVY DUTY UTILITY TRAILER and portable owner super clean excellent condition garden tub, raf..e* wit'1 d *ub'O pad *>: Olin's Mobile

Zenith color TV w/cable. Even 8 hp Highway 16 W. Close to priion. pressure washer. 473-4165 after $2200 firm! 473-4679 evenings. I' t'" .ug" 'ut. Nm ney d 'w.. wit *

Snapper riding mower. All you need to 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg 6 p.m. Itpd 1/16 Itchg 1/16 !*: lI..d rredil. If Y'U qualify $199.87 wyer : Home Sales
move In today Is clothes, groceries and THREE BEDROOM 1 bath block home. DOUBLEWIDE MH 26 X 56 on 5 acres. 14 1981 DATSUN KING CAB Five speed, mrot': and m've ,In. Free Iti -

money. $70,000 net. 3 minutes to $350/mo. Edwards Rd. ((100A). X 20 patio and owning, fireplace, AM/FM cassette, good tires one delivery and set up. Can Mr. F >>d Elaine M. Olin, Agent
fishing In Gulf. 904-542-7346 or 9645606. 11/21 TF Island kitchen walk-In closets 16 X 30 owner excellent condition. $4500. i
904-378-6071. No collect catl>:"pleos7 ""TRAILER-SPACE: FOR RENTi All hook-ups' workshop $45,000. Little Rain Lake 4752514. Itchq 1/16 14737237. jlt- 964-5606
L iRR7QLi$3,000 r under cosWCcnyfnjmfr S orovdllable. TempleMotel, 964-7357. Road 3 miles--north on- Rt. 21' LAND FOR SALE - - -
WWmoney down.'Q?W81J Ht2TFiM lil": 473.3536. 2tpd 1/16.23
/ 1730 PARK RENTAL 28 ft. trailer. By theymonth. PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsible LAKE I
TITAN 12x.0i central heat t air washer 1 or 2 adults only. No pets. party to assume small monthly LOT Hillcrest lake. $13,500.Owner HELP WANTED
will finance.
and dryer. Partially furnished $6,000. Deposit required Starke KOA Kam- payments on spinet/console piano. $164 per month. Cash
4734367. 126LOT Earn Extra
964.6364.1/9 2tpd 1/16 pground Hwy 301 964-8484.. 1/9TF Can be seen locally Write: (Include tfnchg.

f f NEW CONCEPT Buy here, pay here or ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment. phone number) Credit Manager, P. O. FOR SALE Keystone well Heights, readyto and
: renttoown. 17528082. 1/9 4tchg 1/30 $160/mo. ALSO 2BR furnished apt Box 520. Beckemeyer IL 62219. 3tchg move on. Power septic
1'M MOBILE HOME good shape. 3BR. lights and hot water furnished $200 1/16.30 fence $6,499. 392.0985 or 4733024. The) Gainesville Sun has an early morning motor route
Ask for Linda
2500. 94.84 84.1/91F per mo. $75 Sec dep. No pets. FOR SALE OR TRADE Paperback books tfnchg 6/13 available In Starke Lawtey Ralford areas.
LOTS 7 a 28 Block Sunrise Park In
MUST SELLI! 1983 Fleetwood mobile 9648071. 1/92tchg 1/16 480 S. Lawrence Blvd. 10.5 Mon.-Sat, city limits. $3750 one each. Henderson Must have reliable transportation and be able to post cash
( horn, 14x70, 3BR, 28a excellent con NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown 3tpd 1/16-30
4732259. 2tpd 1/16-23. bond
dition. Call 964-4133. 1/16 4tchg 2/6 Law Office on E. Call St. If you are Interested deposit.
In this office and HOUSES FOR SALE Contact Dave Lindsay, 9648170.CYPRESS If"
',; ...4.............. renting MOBILE HOMES
selecting carpet and having Input into
QUALITY CLEANING renovating call 9646305. John Miller OWNER FINANCING $1000 down. 2 BR
.1 2 1100 ft., fully
SERVICE BA approximately sq. 12 X 60 MH 2 BR 1BA. Bay window,
equipped kitchen, lake view 4732008.
plywood floors $3000 or best off.r.Call MULCH
Need 3tpd 1/9-23 tfn '
4732730. 1/9 chg
CARPETS: Home or Office LOG .HOMES Over 40 rustic models to
SWANNEE FLA. Need a complete
j. Custom choose from. Send for FREE change? Fish off your own dock. & PINE BARKYou
Draperies'iCall Deluxe, 2 BR 1'8A, hugh screen
Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee3B575.
Route One, lots with
08i44F4M444444444040Janet porch
((800)) 231.3695.1/16 Icon We deliver
Loma Stephens underground sprinkler system. 17 ft. pick-up or

496-0071 REAL ESTATE WANTEDWE Wellcraft with a new 115 hp Mariner Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
j motor 19 inch Zenith color with table.

M. TF NEED LISTINGS Lake lots, homes, Even an 8 hp Snapper riding CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING
lawnmower. All needed to move In today
acreage. Buyers waiting. Call Kerry at
StarlingRealtor clothes and
are groceries money
473-3321: or 4734903. CENTURY 21 964-6649
$70,000 net. Swannee, Fl. 3 minutes to
Showcase Properties, Inc. Hwy 21Keystone
VACUUM fishing In Gulf. 904-542-7346 or
e2 BR 2Ba home In the country. Heights FL 32656. 2tchg 9043786071. No collect calls please --- -

29900. SALE PETS 1/9 tfnchg
JUST REDUCED from $24,000: 4.87 NEW CONCEPT Buy here pay here or LAVERN H. OUTLAW

acres with well, septic, and 35 ft, & USEDWe rent to own. 7528082. 4tchg 1/9.30
Broker '
ALL REPOS $5000 under cost. Easy
pool. $16,500.HOUSEi -
old needs a fenced yard. Also 2 mixed T
U MOVE Make offer Finance Our Own breed small dogs. 4732424. Itpd 1/16 /financing. No money down. 7528082. ; REALTOR' Res. 964-5478

1.B ACRES with older home, KIRBYS 4tchg 1/9-30
beautiful pecan trees, $' 8.000. ROYALS ALL 1985 MODELS must gal We Associate

el.' ACRES 12x60 MH, 15000. EUREKAS finance. No money down. 7528082. DAVID L. DODGE MSA KAY C. WATERS
e15 ACRES Older home and DW HOOVERS 21 Storage Unlimited 4tchg 1/9.30 Destgnoted Appraiser Res. 964-6941

mobile home, 47500. ELECTROLUX 9644522STARKE. Res. 964-5370
Space(or shops)
e11.9 ACRES 1 Well 3 septic tanks, FILTER QUEENS PERSONALS
and Mini and Max!
pond pole barn. $33,500 SEARS I .
e S ACRES $12,500; 10 ACRES COMMERCIALWe Storage Units CHILDREN'S PAGEANT Seeking girls 4-7 South 301 Plaza Res. 533-2040 R.*. 964-7333

$23.000. Excellent Terms repair all makes 'A Mile North on SR 21 from SR 100 to represent Florida In the National Little

e4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. traffic light. Office space, 1,000 sq. Star Pageant. Excitement, friends Open Man. thru Sat.
AI will and awards for participants For Information 8:30: a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Appraisals.
e I Act Paved frntg. 12500. Young'sSince ft. 500 sq. H., divide.
for Residence Farm Commercial BusinessYour '
2400 So. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned Remodeling available In 30 days.Lease call toll free 1800532STAR. -
e Full Service Real Estate Office e
1/16 lean
commercial 65000. 1957 now and your choice of wall

eO Aei$50,000. color and carpet.
964-6918 LAKEWOOD AREA Executive home In an exclusive area with acc..lo Crosby
('04)) 712-331 Reserve Your Mini-Storage Lake. Quality construction throughout. 4 bedroom 2 bath with many, many
P.O. Drawer M 3 Miles north of amenities I

301 $.Lawtey Starke on US 301 Ask for 473-4903 Betsy Minor Get Results 3 BEDROOM 2 bath doublewide mobile home on 2 acres. Pecan & fruit trees,

high and dry. Great for families. $37.500.
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1 0 ACRES 20 .DU: -- .DEC.. ..' .ll W ,.v.._.. W'- _ft ._..I_n'. par t u r es I or h ay
.. ';r grazing. Hwy 32.S.-i; ;; Hampton; ,

HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 301 North, 58 acres, heavy In pine timber. $100.000. '
fOC.\oC't Roberts Real Estate *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 3 parcels to choose from.

",0 10% OH 986 N. *5 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land In pasture, 3BR 2Bo. super kitchen $71,900.
Tempi Ave. Stark. FL
HOMES 'Co\( )' Custom BuiltInsulated ALIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have it all. A beauty on 6 acres, pecan trees, barn I

Window 964.6262 and workshop. See It, you will love it. $128,500.

BEST AREA Brick 3BR 2Ba, carport chain link fenced backyard. 49500.

BEAUTIFUL Installed PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves *FEATURES YOU EXPECT: 38R. 2Ba on 2 acres CH/A, range refr., DW. fireplace
and On paved rood. $49,900.
large utility room more.
2 BR frame house CH&A. and
outbuildings many extras. *CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby Lake, large DW mobile home, 3/2. new
T .JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA block home on large city lot. double-pane windows, owner financed. $34,500.

OF NORTH Tilt-In For Central heat and air carport. 49500. *MOTIVATED OWNER: Priced reduced $1,000 to 52900. Southgate area. 3/2

U Cleaning .COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 great room many amenities. Make offer
J; feet the *GREAT VALUE 5 acres cleared with DW MH, 2BR. 2Bo front porch garage
:: plus on highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.Call .
owner financed. Priced for quick sale.
FLORIDA for details.
*LOVELY HOME on 4 manicured acres fenced and cross fenced Only $59,900.
640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly *BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOME IN LAWTEY Remodeled Inside and out. $48,300.

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that *REDUCED TO $62,000 3BR 2Ba home In city. Fenced back yard. Corner lot

964-6766 1200.00 per acre!II. *EXCELLENT BUY: 3/1'/i\ w/carport on (loge fenced city lot. Has many extras. I

Don't let this one get by..only $33,500.
.WATERfRONT 150 plus-minus feet beautiful Grandin
on *4 BEDROOM fenced yard. In town only $32,900.
Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake. BRING ON THI HORSES 8 CATTLE 49 acres with house on highway. Priced right

Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at 57500. with excellent terms.

MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out. *BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 lot w/moblle home in Hampton $7,200.

*FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 W.st.10\ acre building lots, owner financed
buildings Including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of
From *HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. & Flume Rd. Owner financed.
Plumbing Supplies possibilities.
II *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3/2. eat-In kit., great room carport owner fin. $51.500.
Durrance & ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES 15 lots, corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. 1 I

Pump Supply COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE to 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins Lou-Ann Nursery. Lot Oak laden with lake view.

.. George W. Robert, Jr. Broker *FOR RENT Farm home 3BR. 2 bath.
]a w. Drill 2" to 6" W.lls State Licensed II We invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties/ 1 1
Terry A. Calnet. CSM, Salesman
UO1NorMIUN.TempLAv.Srorke 9647061,. Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call ut



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tl t' std _Mr Bradford 4-h'ers don'thave I

participate to be in country 4-11 activities kids to, : For the Chris Campbell Fund

the city kids have fun, too, as
is evidenced by the 4-H'ers I Every Saturday from 9 a. m. till?

and participating training clinic in the recently.dog care I Volunteers needed to help'with sale

Kids brought their pooches Please Call 964-4536 '
down to the Bradford .

Fairgrounds to practice Anything Saleable Will Be Accepted
leading them on a leash and
to begin laying the foundations -
of obedience and good Items may be brought to sale locationon

training. West side of Rawson Supermarket
Some of the pooches
Parking Lot
weren't very cooperative at
w ; the time, but improvement is or New Seaboard Center on Edwards Road
sale expected as the kids continuethe
Across from Bradford Square
dog training program.

x Your Help Will Be Appreciated


Beagle puppy, male
white & brown

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I Starke 964.5451

4-H'ers] attend pet care clinic Open Every Night ALL TORO OWNERS...
i<> :Mark Ki ifillin located in the city instead ol the J.me Sicumuml' 4-MVrs at the $2.00 SPECIAL
IJfT Stall'" Wilier! more rural farm. selling the other Ia u'grounIi.; : clinic kwriuxliilxml proIWI' Annual Tune-Up Special
Sat. I Sun. 5:00
Bradford 4-11 members look their area clubs are in, have I been oft' lo I I\hllg habits Tor good nut rit km, Showing
I turns 1 leading their pri/.e pooches! come up with quite a variety ol projects "' health\! hiibits and proper\ toni Tuesday 7:30 Showing FREE Pick-Up & Deliveryon
iiround. the ring at 1 the Bradford which have practical( interestin i 1'.lul' lilies in public settings STARTS FRIDAY
County Fairgrounds. recently as the an urban. selling\ ," commented The project stemmed from a realmTil .
club sponsored a clinic on dog illldpt' Duma Sin nth, 4 II coordinator; tor the in this community for better CHEVY CHASE all Toro riding mowersNow
Hradlord County Extension Oil'ice.'The .'unlrol' and I treatment of pets a
rare.The DAN AYKROYD through Feb. 15, 1986
clinic was part. Ot'll continuing members have responded "real- siliiiitiim' Bradl'ul'dllull1i1Ill' Society
series of projects. designed to give I Iv; well and have come up with quitea members have been decrying for
local 4-11\ members practical experience I lew I good. ideas u1'theirown for( n'wprotccts .1'\ei'iil>ears One of the answers toI SPIES LIRE US
taking care. of I heir pets I he dog| canproblem ill St....ke, ac- Service Tire & Battery
The Starke. 4-11 Club, being Under' group. project. leader Mrs. rurding to I InHumane Society *
iiiembi-rs is I a .severe lack of education. SCREEN 2 Change Oil & Spark Plug
t $ 9 5
Grease All Fittings
1-V\V hope I he kids carry their new 2 4
HOIK I log-care i habits home with a Sharpen Blade
them," Mrs. Siegmund explained.
"Iliipi'liilly they can set an example Adjust Carburetor
for l heir trienils in their Plus Parts
Air Filter
lit'i hhlll'huud" who may not be
rS frT'a'r mcmlHT.s to emulate. The programis Lube Throttle & Linkage
I gund i for t the students and alit lot GOOD SERVICE
til Inn I h tar everyone." Adjust Brakes & Belts MEANS
The I lessons: lor.' the 4-H'ers includ-
All Nuts & Bolts LONG LIFE
i.'d 'the proper' methods tor washingiinil :
griniming their pels, leash: It ain- Clean Entire Mower
mn and controlling their dogs in 301 DRIVE-IN
\public places, and advice on in-
iMcultitions' iiinl visits In the voterluirian. CLOSED TIL MARCH 7th
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Perms . . . . 2500 Reg. '35

>sSt Frosting . . . $1500 Reg. '25 ACE HARDWAREPalmetto

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USED .2ajRNITURE: ; Hc Wise Shop 'PRICE"'WSE

\ 110 E. Call St. Starke Acccsxi
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Good Used furniture 1 I'Early

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Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00: p.m. Times Mist Gordons Scotch I

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Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm LTR Blend

Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on 599 s 12 99 LTR "759 t tis n :
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Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues thru Sat. 10 5:30: IMPERlAlw

Fail Is For Planting... Winter Is, Too!

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Our Winter Stock Inventory includes.
Azaleas Dogwoods various holly trees and shrubs. Junipers and more. '
Available NOW... PltlO stock and standard Anna Apples and Blueberries,we have Canadian Blue
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them al,ready lor'88 yields and grapes galore.Don't forget the tigs! -- Lord Gordons Nun
Our Girt Shop is Now Open Kentucky
Free estimates on landscaping maintenance Call Ben Hightower at 964.7109 Calvert Gin Liebfraumfch
And Remember. "All No(lure Sing, of Jesus" Gentleman
-loAO LTR James LTR 750
LTR rAlvtAr: ,
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Andrews DrugsStarke 749 Rum ,

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Has accepted paid prescriptions for these Relska

areas for State employees (present and Vodka OldThompson Oasis WALDO Lounge I KEYSTONE Model A Lounge HEIGHTS
3 Miles North of Highway 21 North
retired) for several years, and we would 750 c 1.75 ? Waldo 468-9461 on U.S. 301 Keystone 473-9627 Heights

like to remind our customers that.... ,e STARKE

549 1125 301 Liquors
1 Mile North of I
4a'3Z Stark. on U.S.301
WE WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO 964.1111 1084 PftlCC-WlSC.Inc.

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News Briefs'a".a" .- --.. -

Lake Butler Man 'ohn Hodges. Dean was released Trailer DestroyedBy Starke Man ArrestedOn while he was performing a routine improving and may be released
task al duPont s Highland plant, according end of the
from the the
Arrested alter a :j5:15; : surety bond was posted. hospital by
on Charges James Edward Tucker of Strke Fire in LawteyFire Clay'Warrants to Don Luebke, Plant week.

Of Sexual BatteryLonnie was arrested Jan. 14 for driving destroyed the trailer home( tRoy Howell Monroe Williams, 20, who Manager.bank caved in the His family reports he is in good
David 'rodd arrested under influence, according to Morgan at NW 113th Ave. in is confined in the Bradford County The away said pond spirits.
was 1'alrolm Hinds. Tucker's blood Lawtey Jan 13 at 1:45: according Jail, causing mass waves, Lubkey.
on p.m. was charged on a Clay County
Wednesday, Jan. 8, by the Union The waves caused two pieces of
alcohol content was .17 percent. He to Investigator David Aderholt. cjipias Jan.
13, according to In-
County of Sheriff's Department on one was released after a $325: surely Cause the I ire is unknown at this vosligalor David Adeiholt. material! to came together crushingTaylor's EMT Training Set
charge armed of
burglary an occupied bond was posted. time, the trailer was fully engulfed Bond arm.
dwelling and of for the charge was set at first of At SFCC Starke CenterThe
one charge "This is the injury a
at the time the I lire
departments arrived $15,000
was released to
attempted[sexual battery,according from Law-ley Correctional County Sheriffs Clay serious nature we have had in 12 Basic Emergency Medical
to arresting officers Lieutenants Radios Stolen, Volunteers, Lawtey Volunteers and Department. years. We feel we have an excellent Technology (EMT) Certificate Pro-
Larry Cochran and Gary Seay Police Arrest Heilbron Springs. record,during that 12 years we have gram will be offered in Starke this
Todd was arrested at his home on There is no arson or foul play Lake Butler Man operated without a lost work day. It semester at the SFCC Starke Center.
SW 8th Avenue in Lake Butler after Two SuspectsA suspected, said Aderholt, The was a most unfortunate accident, we Classes will begin February 3 and
he allcdgely entered!and burglarized 'trailer, owned by Dorothy( llcrndon, Arrested For TheftJose are grateful it was no more serious will meet three nights per week until
a home in Lake Butler at about 6 juvenile and an 18-year-old were was total loss. than it was. Taylor has been with du May 23. Candidates must fill out an
a.m Wednesday.Todd arrested Jan. 9 and charged with a Arroyo of Lake Buller was Pont for eight months and is a very application and pass the CTBS Testto
is presently in the Union two counts of grand theft. arrested Thursday, Jan 2, after in- conscientious employee," said be accepted into the course.
County Jail with bond being set at Chris Douglas< Robinson of Starke Two Juveniles vestigation by the Union County Lulikey. Students who complete the EMT
$IO,()()() for each charge, n total. of and two juveniles were seen Jan. 9 Sheriff's Department implicatedhim Taylor was taken to Alachua Basic Training will receive a cer-
Wreck Stolen CarA
$20,()()(). leaving Home Entertainment Con- in the theft of a number of power General Hospital January 1 follow- tificate and are eligible to sit for
cept in the Bradford Square Shopp- 14! Chevrolet ran into the fenceat tools on Monday, Nov 25,from Lake ing the accident where it was state and national registry examinations -
Fender Bender ing Center at the time the clerk the Container Wood Yard south of Butler resident Fred Thomas,accor- discovered he had three breaks .
discovered three radios (:yellow Slarke Jan. 14 at 1:50: p.m., accor- ding to Union County Sheriff Jerry above the wrist on his left arm. For more information, please call
Gets Man ArrestedA Sony valued at $95)) wire missing. ding to Investigator David Aderholt.Alter Whitehead Reconstructive surgery and skin 964-5382 or stop by the Santa Fe
36-year-old Lawtey man was arrested Robinson and a 16-year-old juvenilewere striking the fence t the vehicleran Arroyo alledgedly stole the toolson grafts were necessary but Taylor is Community College Starke Center
sold to
and then them
apprehended shortly Monday
I into a mud hole and became
Jan. 10 in Starke after his 1986
therealler. When arrested it was disable that Herman Ridgeway of Lake Butler on .
At time the
occupantsran -- -
J Chevrolet pickup ran onto the learned also had radio
they a they Tuesday, Nov. 26
oil I the
into woods. Acll'rholtlost
: sidewalk and into a street sign and had taken Irom'I'G&Y, according to llu-ir liiicks somewhere near Ihe He was charged with grand theft
utility pole.George Patrolman W. C. Keno. riiilroad and returned to have the and dealing or trafficing in stolen
1 Washington Cruce wascharged The value of the radios was approximately Chevrolet lowed from the mud hole. property. He was released on bondof ( "Farming can be
under in-
with driving .
$425, I hire ol the foul'sloll'n The car was later reported stolen $2,500.Taylor
\ reckless
fluence and wilful-wanton
radios were recovered, said
I Patrolman Irom the SI. Petersburg urea One
driving, according
lleno. juvenile turned himsl'lin\ and arrested ImprovingAfter complicatedthese
John Hodges Bond for the charges was set at Tuesday night he( secondjuvenile
Cruce's vehicle southbound on AccidentJeff
$5,000.) ) Robinson was released on his
found drunk
US-310: weaving in and out of traffic, was in a ditch
own recognizance.The juvenile arrested on SIMH( ) and was arrested. of is in
when the truck cut in front of other Taylor, 20, Lawtey days.
released to liltS, theother
\ traffic at the Weldon St reel intersec was But h juveniles were I UI'Ill'cluv'I' t lo HOCK! condition following surgery on
juvenile remains at l.uge. liltS, said Adei'holt.
lion The pickup drove onto the his left arm. Taylor was injuredJlichord's
sidewalk, became airborne and Same goes for
I came to rest against a pole. Damage
I to the property in the 7:35: p.m. accident -
the truck FURTHER REDUCTIONSON n income
was $100, damage to .
also was $Rw.
Cruce was released alter a $482.50 ALL LADIES .
surety bond was posted r taxes.

On Recent Traffic Arrests ViolationsThe ? -iJ tE. CALL ST.. STARKE NOW SAVE ? t So I go to

following arrests for traffic .. ...... Off H&R Block"
violations were made by local \
authorities in Bradford County. !,:'' ", 30011 tO 50011 Regular
Derek Veron Brazil of Gainesvillewas : Price i "With farming, one wrong step and it could cost you down the
arrested Jan. 10 for driving
while license suspended and im- M road.The same is true with tax preparation, and that's why I
proper and unsafe equipment, according always go to H&R Block. My preparer is trained to know all the
lies Marked Them Down AGAIN! Sale Shoes Rackedfor
to Marshal D. L Williams. special problems that farmers face. And that saves me money So
Brazil was stopped on CH-18W at I'll do the farm work while Block does the tax work."
11:40: p.m. He was released after a Easy Shopping L
$75 cash bond was posted. ___.._ __ -Children's Shoes

Jabe Cleveland Myrick, 18, of Men's Shoes People who know their business ';. ;.,'
Starke was arrested Jan. 12 for driv- ;, \ed Selected Group go to I _;
ing while intoxicated, according to e -
Patrolman K. R Hinds. Myrick was )\) I. H&R BLOC : :
,! was released posted.after a $325 surety bond L ,\\\ 112 OffSHOP pine! 25 % off Price

Dean, 60, of Starke -- - -- ---- ---
was arrested Starke I Keystone< HQts. Hawthorne
Jan.and 13 driving for driving while under license influence RICHARD'S SHOES AND SAVE! 964-8286 473-3646 481.3991

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most wires arc kept Iron shorting- tr.inniissUm: lines across the
1\1'I M.lMUlll.-l' out hy plain brown ceramic devices. rniinl t rv mid common glass: ones I Unit
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ml'I .n I 111110. hut has come up with Association and Ilio Central FloridaInsulnlur additional
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small display 0'11' portion ol his col.
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Don (i. McEuen, Sr. Robert Hurley ol Gainesville, Bill Mrs. Marian Crosby Pallbearers were Len Eaves, Andrew
Robertson of Jacksonville and John Mrs. Marian Lund Crosby, 89, of Jay Eaves, Jack W. 100 E. Call Street Bradford Sq. Shopping Ctr
Mr. Don Garvin McEuen, Sr., 59, Hurley of Live Oak; 70 grand- Waterhouse, Gerald Baillie, Phillip
died Wednesday Jan. 1 at Alachua children and 20 great-grandchildren. Lafayette St.,Starke,died Saturday, Hall and Dr. Peter Gianis. 964.7064 964.8485
Jan. 11 in Memorial Medical Center
General Hospital following an ex- Funeral services were'conducted
tended illness. Saturday, Jan. 11 at the Chapel of of Jacksonville following a brief il-
Born and raised in Ohio he Archie Tanner Funeral Home in lness. FEATURING
entered the U.S. Navy during World Starke with Rev. Earl Daniel and Born in Hannibal, N.Y., on Nov. 3,
War II. He moved to Starke in 1978 Rev. Jackie Stevenson officiating, 1896, Mrs. Crosby moved to Starke Mrs Uuth McFarlinMrs. COLLEGE JEWELRYGATORS
where he has resided since. He was Burial followed in Conner Cemeterynear 46 years ago. She was a member of Ruth Hatfield McFarlin of AREA
Baptist. Starke, with Archie Tanner First Baptist Church of Starke the Starke,died Saturday,Jan. 11 at her BULLDOGS
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Funeral Home in charge of ar Bradford Hospital Women's Aux- residence following a sudden \illness. SEMINOLES
Eva Blanche McEuen of Starke; two rangements.A. iliary, Supervisor of Elections from Born in Chattanooga, Tenn., Mrs.
daughters, Mrs. Cheryl Seeley and 1952-62, and Deputy Clerk of Court McFarlin moved to Starke ten years Rings Charms Tie Tacks EarringsDON'T
Mrs Donna Howe, both of Akron, 13. Whitehead, Sr. for Bradford County from 1950 to ago from Athens, Tenn. She was a
Ohio; two sons, Don, Jr. of Akron, Mr. Allen Bradford A.B. ) 1962. She was the widow of the late homemaker.
Ohio and Michael McEuen of Ft. Whitehead, Sr., 70, of Lake Butler, Ardell Crosby Survivors include her husband, FORGET WE ALSO
Lauderdale; one step-daughter, died Thursday, Jan. 9 at Bradford Survivors include Howard M. McFarlin of Starke; MARKED DOWN ENTIRE STOCKIN
Mean Hudson of Starke; one sister, Hospital following an extended il- nephews and nieces. daughter, Mrs. Betty Hendricks of
Mrs. Janice Clouse of Attwater, lness. Graveside funeral services were Jacksonville; and two grand- BOTH STORES
Ohio; four brothers, Bill and Bob of Born and raised in Bradford Coun- held at Crosby Lake Cemetery on children.
Arizona and Floyd and Morris of ty, he was a retired dry mill Monday, Jan 13 with Kev. Ben Funeral services were held Tues- 20-40
Akron, Ohio; 10 grandchildren. operator for DuPont Chemical and a Bryant officiating. Burial followed day, Jan. 14 in the Chapel of Wood- SAVE
Graveside funeral services were retired farmer. He served on the under the' direction of Jones Funeral vine Funeral Home in Mur-
conducted Saturday, Jan. 4 at Board of Directors for the CutHeml"n's Home Starke.L. freesboro, Tenn. Burial followed in AS AN ADDITIONAL SAVINGS:
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Association aiiit the Farm Roselawn Cemetery in Mur-
Glen Kight officiating. Burial followed Bureau. He was a member of the C. EarlyMr. freesboro, Tenn. Local arrangements R fS 07 SELECT GROUP
under the direction of Archie Tanner First Baptist Church of Starke. Leonard Carman "L.C." Ear- were handled by Jones
Funeral Home. Survivors include his wife, Leoma ly,71, 524 N. Walnut St., Starke, died Funeral Home of Starke. OUO Off OF WATCHES
Dobb Whitehead of Starke; two sons, Thursday, Jan 9 in Bradford
James I). CarterMr. Allen Bradford, Jr., of Lake Butler Hospital of cancer.
James Daniel "J.D." Carter, and Charles E. (Bud) of Jackson- Born in Bay Springs, Miss., on
76, of Hawthorne, died Wednesday, ville; two daughters, Mrs. Marjorie April 22, 1914, the son of John Matt
Jan. 8 at North Fla. Regional Fachko. of Jacksonville and Mrs. and Maude Ishee Early, Mr. Early
Hospital in Gainesville following an Charlotte Durrance of Lake Duller; moved to Starke in 1970 from Anna,
extended illness. three brothers, J.B. Whitehead and III. He was a member of the First
Born and raised in Lawtey, he Leslie Whitehead both of Lake United Methodist Church of Starke.
entered the U.S. Army and moved Butler and Allen O'Day of Atlanta; He was a former Kiwanian, retired
back to Jacksonville where he was four sisters, Nina Parrish of Lake truck driver for Viking Freight Com-
employed the King Edward Cigar Butler, Hazel Raulerson and Helen pany and Superintendent of the
Company and with Gray's Security Klicker of Jacksonville and Ruth water plant in Anna, III. $8
until his retirement. He moved to Alexander of Cincinnati, Ohio; and He married Bernadme Rader of TO
Hawthorne two years ago and was a seven grandchildren. Anna September 3, 1936.
member of the Four Acre Baptist Funeral services were held Sun Survivors include his wife, Ber-
Church in Jacksonville. He attended day, Jan. 12 at First Baptist Church nadine Early of Starke; daughter 1 e
Calvary Temple Church of God in with Bro. Ben Bryant officiating Carolyn E. Eaves of Starke; two yl r 1
Melrose until his death. He was a Burial followed in Dyal Cemeterynear sons, Michael & Ronald Early of :
member of American Legion Post 9 Starke with Archie Tanner Seattle Wash.; two brothers, Lind- $12
in Jacksonville. Funeral Home of Starke in charge of sey and John M. Early, Jr., of -
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. arrangements. Mobile, Ala. area; five sisters, ---
Corine Stewart Carter of Naomi Leslie Maudine Gossett, --
Hawthorne; eight daughters, Linda Florine Snodgrass, LaVern Thomas, SAVE UP TOO -
LeSage of Orange Park, Mary Mary Evelyn Martin, all of the
, Dunaway of Jacksonville, Dessie Card of ThanksThank Mobile. Ala. area; ten grandchildren -
( Mae Crews of St. Augustine, Marie you for the many acts of and one great grandchild.
Edwards of Rocky Mountain, N.C., kindness shown our aunt during her Funeral services were held Saturday -
Betty Ann Davis of Live Oak, illness and at the time of her death. Jan. 11 at DeWitt C. Jones O
Mildred Graham of Gainesville, The Family of Marian Crosby Chapel with Rev. Ballard Wilson of [ o
. Gloria King of Bronson; three sons, ficiating. Burial followed in Crosby
Lake Cemetery under the directionof ENTIRE STOCK
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

NEW TO THIS AREA : Originally To 24.99. t. 8.00_ _

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FORICARPETS -- Absorbent towels ,. .j Fits full or twin
1612 N. Temple Ave. Starke Dl, in assorted solids < bed. Assorted
Plushness is not desirable in a and prints. J' color blankets.
household carpet if you have
someone in the family that is con-
fined to a wheelchair. A tightly
SAWYERAPPLIANCE tufted commercial grade of $ lama C ode
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plush carpets. A wheelchair is Hammer 65 oz. REAly J 3 ounce baa ; (b1ICJI. Page 75 sheet "......
much harder to manipulate over powder or 32 oziquld. DETERGE r,,,, ,,l with baby oil 1-ply paper
deep carpet,with soft backing. Limit 2. Limit 2 packs towels Limit 4.
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styles of carpet are available in
our complete store. Stop by and '
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& Carpet Regularly 1.69. 1CW30 Reg. To 1.09. Buy \f Regularly 3.33.
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131 N. Cherry St. !! Milky Way or t.. 10W40 & get 1.25 Limit 2.
Magic Chef Gibson Tappan Admiral Starke, Florida Snickers bars. =:. ,::;.. mfr rebate. Limit 5.

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I III ,IllllciA IIIU: ill...tl,lld.lllts tip Inns Anllinm llutclnnspled: IUlily1IIIII1'lpl'l' ( Clarence Whit ten Dceso pled guilty Waned\ G. Winter pled guilty( lo ox- Judge George Pierce criminal mischief; six months court
|1"I .ill il 1,114ta'I JIg( : (dcolge'' I'I1'l'1'bnaIhullmii1'uunlt'I'ral I.in. lined !$100,75icoigc DWI I; lined $:jr 2, license suspended license license; produced valid Robert Karl Simmons pled guilty probal ion,$:.15 court costs" stay out of
.';'' ,,' \ i t (; Kdtttiid: ( Davis: pled MmII( > "six months, attend DWI school, ordered to pay $25 court disorderly conduct; case dismissed.Wade Laws 'I'avl'rn.Axl'l .
I in. < 'mill I ,nol icceixcd 'lin.il disposiMM : driving: while license :suspended: Salvation' Army "supervision, cumplcte costs. I la m pi on Pelham pled guilty Barnes pled guilty retail
tool I ,. I henry 1"1'11I11BI'IIk'y: : pled no Decso pled guilty( DWLS; dismiss- driver license; produced valid David Jim Browning pled guilty to sentence and complete 50( hours
,II dl.} tin \\.itkins: pled guilty contest'" NVDL; produced valid: ed. license, ordered lo pay $25 court petit theft; fined $127, six months community work Salvation Army
hi liming while intoxicated'' (11)\\1- license: ordered lo pay $25 fiiurl Ueese pled guilty careless! driving coats Salvation Army supervision. supervision 30 days, suspend" all cost"
1)1" I > old I careless: : driving lined costs" \; l lined $4(>.50. Lloyd Ellis: Muiphey pled' guilty( Lorelta L. Baugess pled guilty and fine.
T11,2, ; .mil I $41 I fill license" "suspended: Chillies' Gregory: ( Koneslcr: pled James Edwin Kdrls pled guilty DWLS; produce license and pay $:))5 retail Ihcfl six months Salvation
months/ SiiK.M inn A1'llll :-III''I'VI' guilty( D\\LS.; ordered lo pay $:Ji: NVDL; produced valid license, or pay $100.75 I line. Army supervision, 50 hours community
ion sl\. IlllllltllS: illlClul l\\l school., court eosls" ordered lo {pay $411.50.\ Philip 1). Rock pled guilty improper work, $50 court costs violate
IllllplrtC' II) IllltllS C0llimlinil'> trap k (i'III'IlIu'k"( "' Jr. pled guilty no Beverly Di.ine iulhon; pled guilty tag; ordered lo pay $25 con-I no laws.
John \\'Ililaill Kloma.i: pled guilty tal') : produced valid I lag find( ordeiedlo I no tat;; produced valid registration costs. Kdwina S. Chasliiin pled guilty
IlnatdlulIlii i\t'1"lircnsrDl.i.: : ( ; ; pay $2-.01': p.i\ $10 ,75Wa'dim ordered lo pay $25. Hock ,pled guilty( IoN V 1>1. ; retail Ihelt ; case dismissed "Men are never so good or so bad
I Inn il MINI 7.1 D.iniel. ll.islon: pled gully James' Tciionc Jones pled guilty sentenced ten days' in jail, serve two King D. Lloyd, Jr. pled no contest as their opinions."
1 Uei.ild; Williams plod RUiII la1111 no tag(; pioduced' valid tag( ease NVDI: "produce. valid license and days and eight days will he suspvmled unlawlul sale of alcoholic beverage; Sir James Mackintosh
\ | | IIIII"l'l'd'In' |pa> $1II11 7fl or dismissed.: pay -111.5(1! ( ('IIUI'II'o"ls" or $100.75 line I. all cost and lined I suspended.! ordered to pay $35 court costs
|I".M,,01'1\' 1' lift MM- Mill |p.l) > $.tt..r! >OCOlllli ll.islon: 'pled guilty unlawful Hobby Dean Major pled gully( Arvey Daniel Bass pled guilty\ Benjamin J. Kite pled guilly
i I speed; 'lined(\ $1)) 50 unaulhon/cd driver; lined lKl.75.( allowing unauthorised: driver. ; 'lined
.. $IIKI.( 75. .
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". .. .-.. ,-- '. James Lewis Jtiiuison pled guilty --
--' NVDL; must: procluee valid license
l(1 ''j. and pay $35: court costs or pay
4 .r f +.r a yts $\\UO,75Iim', 301 LIQUORS
William James ilennon(; pled guilty (
i' ; NVDL I ; lined $11X1.75
Victor Len Jellcrson pled ginlly( LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
r NVDL; produced valid license, case
1 1't t t 1 dismissedJellerson: 1 Mile North of Starke l rla on US. 301
y y
pled guilly no lalpl'lI(; OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
duced valid lag( aid ordered lo pay .
:;t % $25 court eosls' Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2
Waller Donovan Laird pled guilty(
L not carrying dl'iv'I'lil'l'II-1': ; produced Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1 to 11

valid license, dismissed." iI'I"".....
*t; &t& t4 & 1F DWLS Kay ; Charles lined $10075.Smith pled guilty( STARTING

John Louis Williams pled guilty(
'* ji DWLS; lined $100.75, Salvation Ar- JANUARY 22
.K A. my supervision.Williams .
pled (guilty DWI; lined WORLD TRAVELER
$362, license suspended{ six months (
attend>WI school, Salvation Army 1r
supervision six months, !50 hours JOHNNY -
community work. .
Christina" Marie Khoden pled guilty (
F iij I>WI.S'n: days' m jail, :suspend" ,
; eight days, :serve I Iwo d.iys" ,
Mary Stanley C.iro pled guilly improper and His r a
tag(; ordered .to pay $4H.50!) Singing Guitar '
court costs"
-4k Jessie! Lee Dell pled guilty( NVDL.:
must produce license and pay 25 or _
pay $100.75 I tine. LIVE MUSIC

+, c, sn".rrjt Dell pled guilty\ improper tug; produce & DANCING f 1*_______
) x .1'r valid lag and pay $25 or pay
10075. WED.-SAT.
James Carl Allen pled no contest"
DWLS; ordered to produce valid
license and pay $35: court CII"IOJ'" :
pay 10075.
John Edward Coley pled guilt /L
.. D\\LS, ordered to produce v.iliillicense appf
and pay $25 or pay $100.75
Burl1il1Iarijuana: at L'CI.. I lined. VHours
Michael Lee Smith pled guilt'failure !
ill' |111',1111111'1110111.1. I' Cm- nl and I iiiiiiiils' nl' tiinlistitlrilis Wednesday
I mint niiiilN Mm | mini pound| 111,41 Ip1,1na| | pills to exhibit on demand pro i I f'
1 ituuu,1I I 1 1 I nsl il ill inn nllii'1.1 Is burn('d a 1"1.,1,1 .ihoiil :"illnl conliali.inil inside 1(1.
duced ,
valid license case: dismissed" '
Pm(1111"( in.,M ijiMiia ami 1 poiiniN nl' \.iiimis kinds ollull Axiiulnif lit lTI Inli'in.il I'lisiui liisprt'lor :\1,,,
111nid,1\. 1111. I.I. Di'iisuu! the (li.iin-u.inu") \.1 hII' III (Ih(' in.n jjll.lllaa .
I Ihr I'mini ('oiiiilN Slid" ill', 111',1111111'111 l | liniiieil. Zit:! 1"1 i 1010\1'11 h'I"cell SSII.IIIIII-SIIMI.Illlll.) ( Misdemeanor Court
.iluli.in' Inn iii.in.i| |.tl.inls. III .ilinnl ."> pounils' x.iluril OIl ,Mlliun .:li Ilir )glade l'l\ the in.n iju.in.i ('iinlist'uleil al The lolloping I illlli'ldualI'l'CI'I'I': "
sin.nun. ulnth hull I>rruriwl l in (lie siuiih\\rsi' mil ul III I eta mil trey good. Di'iisnn rspl.iiiiril that the final disposition in Bradlord Counts
I hr i mini\ on OilolMT I I'l.!' siiri'l. \ ahlt' III illegal siilisl.nui's like in.n iju.in.i; unil Misdemeanor Court 1 Jan II i beloii'
Nut h.ii ge, \\I'II..ilt'II. in the ('a,' suite "\\ ur) hip, ollln pills eau lir ilinilili-il il llii'\ .lie bring sold inside a
I |il.ins| tuiilil mil lie .isii'i, laiu4'd.ltnnding pi" isnn.lnr.r..
/ In Inteligalul| I bout ('lit Mall "llh'l'(' \ Intel 11.11 1'. isnn Inp4clnl| l i ,lnr Maul dump| ..
,In. i 'iii. I lli'Mi| linenl. iilnli.in l in.n ijn.ui.i j, a slim lei, 11111 Hie 111,11, i.ill"| nil inulist,.ilril, as i-iinli.ili.nul iiisiile
ini-liiM, i\pi ill in.il iii.in.i, uludi i is felt |pulrul.'IIll' lTI on Hie pile In lie lit,, 1111t.. Right, 1111'' I11''"' ol illegal
pl.nils' ilnn'i uiiiu: M'I'\ Initli so lhi'\ .11 r li.ml lii lot'..ill'I. siilisl(,lines Inn n, lii'iii'.illi I I Inulit'lilnl eM's' nl ",11f'l'ill' JANUARY'CLEARMCE
.nil, ..10'11111\ dep.n linenl nlti< i.is.! pi isnn 1111 idOl I.. and \.niiiiis
Inns< i 1 il.Irilium, 1 1 I mini ('ill'MM'Inm.il I Iustitul4'bwOrd II Mil nessrs.ORIAN .

WELLS, Owner of Lake Chevy-Olds,

Sez: We Are Overstocked and 75 Units Have

Got To Go This Month! Save Like Never Before ; ;

With 7.90/0 Financing and Our Unbelievable r" USED



c Your Country Gator Auto Store..Lake Chevy- GOOD SELECTION & SPRINGS


a Buy Now! Prices Slashed
- teell n }
@ =@ TABLE& ,

Cutlass Clera Brougham Sedan ,, .'..\.'",h'I .. : < LA-Z-BOY" ,1 'J ,; DOWN!!! ', :A i J.
Cavalier CS 4dr. Sedan
44.drSedan4 :, ''\\0 : -
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1fi I M@'- =--- --. : t, {: ;;< SALE, SUITES

Cutlass Supreme Coupe: .. :', *, '' ,41,.'' .,-. WITH BEDDING

Celebrity CARPET : .., .... .


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CK1O Trucks El Camino, WOOD FRAME SUITES f i 1CORNER'. .',.

All New Cars and Trucks Are Being Reduced For This Sale. Save Like CHINA'S s '. t1 'I'
Never Before! ON SALE : FROM :'149.95 ''. ,',r: ( ,

FREE DELIVERY SINCE 1923 90 Days Same As Cash
DENMARKFURNITURE Credit Terms Available

Country Gator Auto Store"CHEVYOLDS ,


e },Do..1.'W '- W. Call Street / 411 W. Madison St. 8:00: Monday am. 5:30 Friday: p.m.

; I 964-5826 964-5827 8:00: a.m. 1:00: p.m.

!,RIW(.... I (n( l Starke Florida Saturday

Number One on U.S. 301 Sluts, Florid
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THiphoni 96/-7500 Gjlrwivllk 372-0103 Jackonrlllo 3M. I
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1 Two KH Men Face Drug Charges I.

I Killeen leleiil.ints, with ml and t 11"111111'. use 01 iiildslalt. III'i"I"' lli.it lasted more ili.m
diesses arum Florida I Wise'oiisni In rnom In luili''f. : a crime: and .t \eais, 1'aituip.ilinn l an'in'it's
New Jersey, were indicted on ol j.uilil.iU ii 'ludi' the FBI, Internal It i'\('nue
s t t "' 1 federal drug charges hy .1 grand: (iiiiiln w.is' addlhonIllych/aged/ : I i v i lee and the Gai; nest ille.Al.u'Ini.i
jury lasl t month mi'nini' lax v.ision and opt/ : Narcotics: and ol'g.lIllll'd l
"<'mil 'iirnn.il ' ,' Unil
inning ci i nil rpi is* I IIII
GaiIU'SVIIk' husmessnun Frank 'I'In. unlit..lm<.nl 4illif{<:'s Hi'1 I II convicUd>0 chained. diiidn'
Guido, Ji. and James K:. Koisiii.m, IIdc'llIllInlInI; 12 others with possiliili, I'
('s ''If in prison no I II
hut h with Keystone lleiuhls!, addresses t ip.ilid in II <'ix.iinc JIIK! .. I ul parole a nIl he stands I lo los!-I' $1 17
and Mark Geyer; ol fist b ubt n I iui4| I rum \I'lVt! : until' I in lines and property/
i { Gainesville we scheduled to ,sl.ind I line ol (hi1 indictment" The '. Urt'h. s'\ dSehvuirlFoisrnan/ ,
t lnal inCainesvilleKdnu.iiy 24, uccordinn ;illi'm: 'illy were shipped/ f rom h' (;c'yc'r l laic u rninirnum ol I l">
: to Assistant U I. S. Alloiney In' Wisconsin, New Jersey and in prison with hne-s III up ,to
K.iili.iiti hw.ul/. ( ..itnliii.idiiidii
and. a I Wisconsin
(unlit I KOI'sinm arid (; winimule Brucc'(; '
eyu Gregory: uhlllihunlrc' \ /- , Ilillahassee Die IK on charges: oliiiMspn.uv ring:. ,soul Sdiwiirl/ and 'I'he Islands. nightclub' IN,
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Divorce Court Lin'C' I IPrc'h'ult

JLL The( following marriages! were t. .
r Ir dissolved. in Bi.ullord County dut'ing IxwisK:. Miller & Patsy It. I ll lermul U. Schoe'nmi) & Ca!hen ri'I .
1' the month ol Duernlxi. Jam<'s Steve Cox & Sheila K I S('hoe'rung.
John Gnuioy\ Gnflis & Donna lirute Hopkins & Dana (iregoiy A. Lewis & ''ler.ssiKdw.nd
Misdull, I Gnllix I I Hopkins '
I rr Mickey II M.illoiy; & Plllril' .1. lean Cart' Smilh & Donna J. )Linker & Mm'.ion e"<
*-a !Mallm South 'ktr.
Jerry It. Cornwall & Slinky A l l.du.iid VV Crc-en.Jr. & Uregnry; : < Canl'"ell & Darl>'n*' I L
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toinuallC'hailesll' diM'n !.
flail & Sandra G.i Hall Joseph/ It Sanderler & Ronald Andrews & I'.HM'' '''i At
.. Mill N Golden, Jr & Beverly Mdolden ., Martin Sandc'ilor
ir" ,' .. -' Joseph/ N Contois! & Joyce M Morris L Ftrrfailm. ;, If i,< \\
> John Edwin (inllis&AliLpJ, drif tots '
-_-" Its Hilly K Stone & Jeannie It Lewis!>. Frank Gnn,-I'". f. I I'" ,
-"- V.m II, Piesdilt & HincrcllH II Larry K: Ltnlon & Ther('sa A OnmsU-v

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DODGE 11,7y7

ITT lt

l 1970 Ford 1976 Dodge -

1970 Plymouth F-250 P/U/ Aspen

$ 4 9 7 Duster 0 0 $99700Delivered $ 1 .tJ 7 Delivered

Delivered (Incl. Tax Tag etc.) (Incl. Tax. Tag, etc.)
(Incl. Tax Tag etc.)
1977 1978 Chevy

1976 Ford LTD II Wagon Monte CarloMaverack

A AY $79700a $1590
$ A Delivered
-' } I Delivered (Incl. Tax Tag, etc.) (Incl. Tax Tag etc.)

r- (Incl. Tax Tag etc.)
Truck Hydroplanes... 1978 Ford 1981 Ford

lI.0Id Brooker woman was F-150 4x4 P/U/ F-150 P/U
injure 1983 Chevy
when her pickup truck
wrecked Jan. 10 on CH-121 north of Custom Paint & Wheels $3199
Lake Butler Ch eve It e Delivered
Off Road Tires. Must See
Elizabeth Higgins was taken by

Union Hospital Rescue following to her Lake accident Buller .,,,., "; q't $ 2387 Delivered $ 3990 1981 Chevy
when: she complained of clod' pumas._ Monte Carlo
Incl. etc.
Tax ;
( Tag
She was also treated for possible / Incl. Tax etc.
( Tag, ) $
neck injuues Higgins was released 3 7 7 7
Saturday from the hospital. % 4 -j jx Delivered

pickup Higgins was, hiving northbound a 1982 on CK Fold.121 END OF YEAR JANUARY (Incl. Tax Tag. etc.)

when the vehicle hydroplaned in .
!standing water. The truck ran on the \
road and struck a culvert overturned .I
and struck a utility; pole according : ._ _
to Trooper, II Holler
Paramedics Gene Haulersem and CHRYSLER
Roger Dobbs help extricate Higgins is, ;
from her pickup which was tolaleel low 7.50/0
as as
in the accident, said Horler

(elected Models)

L1. Rebates as high as $1,000 I "PlymoulR

srI (Selected Models)

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8 Fabulous Just In i'' III;

Sterling Timefor COMMUNITY STATE BANKSilver


Jewelry Valentine's' uFcJ ,

Sale! Day! 811 S. Walnut 964-7830 1


Priced at 50DbO Off J Saturday, Jan. 18 1986and I


Invest in a Gift for Your Sweetheart Monday, Jan. 20 1986 UlrlillllllhL'rl\inl I : I :

that will increase in value I with

each year that passesl! _

For A National Federal
Give a gift that lives on After Holiday

; Valentine's Day Is Gone. In Remembrance Of '



/'1 OPEN Mon.-Sat.10 am 7 pm Across 452 N.from Temple High Ave.School It I 1'' The bank will reopen Tuesday, Jan. 21 at its regular time. ,( \

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Malcolm Sanders finds treasures in odd places ? ,1,1M

from page ;4
are the old ones without threads used "Glass was just not as rugged aa he can get a booth, just to show. people -
"(',,101' I is! a popular thing," says to hold wires to utility pole porcelain," says Sanders, as to why what he has. f h
Sanders.! "Purple is the most crossurms during the first days of the I prettier\ glass insulators went out
popular and the carnival ones...They mass distribution. of style. However, in some remote Living in Starke since retiring x
used! a world of I hem here..probably These are "Too rich for my places in Washington state, they from the Air Force in 1961, Sanders f
in the (dump." blood," according to Sanders, who were still being used. also participates in the Central
Starling back in 1972! Sanders has !slicks with One of the largest manufacturersof Florida Insulator Club and their
continued his interest in the pretty, Two of his favorites are of the insulators was Hemingray Glass shows three t9( four times a year.
bill functional, pieces of glass once coolie hat' variety, nicknamed for Company, located in Muncie, In- Itight now Sanders has most of his
used lor industrial work lie said their cone-like shapes. They were diana. They started out making best insulators stored away, so he
I hat 'he saw a picture of a phone pole used for high-voltage lines and one glass in Covingon) Kentucky in 1871 can bring in the plants that would be
at the intersection of Madison and in his collection has a patent date of but were Hooded out in 1900, moving killed by the cold( weal her,
Cull streets that "prohably had a I8U! stamped on it. Sanders indicated to Muncie where they were bought .,
hundred insulators on it." ( Ihis was when the shape was by Owens-Illinois in l'J03. Hem- A soft-touch for visiting cats,
hike any other collectable item, patented\ ( and not when it was made. ingray finally closed I heir doors for Sanders has a collection of items 4 tlA rt
insulators! have \their super-stars They are large, two piece items, good( in 1\Kill.! that were once valued solely for
which sell for "fabulous prices," according wit l h u lop and a sleeve mating to the Sanders says he wants to exhibit Iheir utilitarian usefulness, but now j
to Sit 11(10,5. These generally I..1...,, his collection at the fair this year, if are valued for I their beauty. ,
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Unique educational program gets a big gift '

from page :II The gills from SI. Marks and the good( workout." "We are eager( to set alii the I equipment
statewide by 15)87.) Kiwiinis Club included( reading( kits, up in a special outdoor area we
The class now has one full time instructor toys, puppet, fencing material lo have designated right behind the /.
Cynthia Ross and one full enclose the area for Sit lely, Sit tat- Starke Kiwanis Club classroom. We're going lo create a "
lime aide Kllu Haas. Both have hoxs, building, blocks and swing- complete Tiny Tot playworld out
contributed strongly to the sols. there for these students. We hope to I;]
program's success at Lawtey also donates he able to give them the benefit of
!Klement.iry: according to Pat lerti "This is a real boost for our program outdoor, recreational experience in
," Patterson\ said. "If I had logo The Kiwanis Club also donated add!)ion to indnnr classroom inst rue- (!
"They are a couple of dynamite out and buy all I these things for $::100 for expenses during the moving ItThe
ladies," Patterson said. "They have I the tichool il would have cost us over operation and lo the project for tion. This will broaden I heir experience -
really made I this program workliire. $2,000. We are very gralelul. You physically; and emotionally hand and 'that can only help their r-
." can he sure this equipment will get a l'app'd'IlllIh''n.. progress in other areas. ....- -- ,..I

beauty of fine glass... 'l

News BriefsMotion The shine and sparkle remembered from his youth are what attracted i. .,?
Malcolm Sanders to collecting Insulators. Here he holds one known as a ..,.',.
Coolie Hat' from the shape of the glass.

& Docket Day Morgan pled guilty speed in ex- Flower Arranging ....... t''of,!
of 100 fined '-
In Bradford CourtThe cess mph; $136.: Offered at Vo-Tech - eweeee U 4tFr
Ricky Flloyd Newby pled guilty to .
following cases appeared on battery; Salvation Army supervision -
the January 6 Motion and Docket six months, make restitution of Courses in I''Iowel'Arranging i andI I i
Day Calendar in Bradford County $280 to victim, Iwo days in jail, I I are scheduled to start January 21 ; A x
Traffic-Criminal Court. waive all fine and costs.
and 21: ;il the Bradford-Union Area .
Vocational l Technical Center in
William Alvarez pled guilty driv- Slarke.Klimer. II
ing while intoxicated; fined $326, > ; > '- A-)*:? ., pi
license suspended six months, attend Arranging I will start S **>' j Y"/ i ji ,1K II
DWI school Salvation Army Tuesday, Jan 21 and II will start ;4 "
supervision six months, 50 hours ; : $' I
community work. Computer Course Thursday lee tar each Jan.course 23. There will bt'a $12 I: I tA
James A. "Chip" Maclenney pled Offered at Vo-Tech 1 .
guilty possession of cannabis; six I
An Introduction( to
months probation with Salvation Ar-
Course will begin on Tuesday Oilier community interest service .
my, violate to laws, pay fine $153.25. January.. 21. This is a basic course in classes will i be trend if there is suf- .
Kenneth G. Morgan pled guilty computer education with emphasis licient demand! according to Coordinator
driving while license suspended; fined on hands on" experience. This nf Adult Education: Charles I
$100.75.Morgan course is open to adults and high Thomas. Cake Decorating, Art,
pled guilty fleeing and attempting school students for credit. (Kir.sl 1 Aid Childbirth and Child Care
to elude; ten days in jail. An $11 lee is I required for adults will hl'ginlhc lirst week in February
Morgan pled guilty driving while with a high school ItPlot na. High I it lluMlcmand is there said Thomas.
intoxicated fined license
; $624.50
school student may attend Iree.
suspended five years, ten days in jail i
Contact I hI''u r'ch Cei.ter at Some Aute.
on weekends, Salvation Army supervision Call I lie Vo-Tech ul U64-0150 forI
!HIH)( 6130 lo reserve your place in
school nine months attend DWI class I IUI I her information. Trans. FREE yA

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RESlpAOtMNorman's I 11 1' 1

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Ranger Super Cab 4 ,, ,

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Meat Specials I ;,

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FreshGround I Boneless I FryerThighs 85 Tempo GL Loaded 1 X11, :

Beef : Sirloin Steak & Wings t :

99 C= I i: $269 I 59C..

Over 5 Ibs. Ib. : Ib. I }I:
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Boneless I Country StyleSpareribs I Fresh Cut : "I
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Calif. Roast i Leg Qtrs. 'w Thunderbird V-6 :

$1.99, I! $1.09 I! 39clb., I

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Bone-In New York I Boneless I Country Style

Strip Steak Round Steak Cut Up Fryer I :."

$79 I $199 I 67C M.

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Escort 4 Dr., Loaded II

Norman's Produce Specials I

Small Fancy ; Fresh Picked I Green CrispLettuce f ,ikr ; I v

Cucumbers.5for79C Pole Beans : I

59016 9 I l 59 I

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Fresh CutCabbage i Jumbo Snow White Extra Large II

f 1{' I CauliflowerBell I Pepper SWiffiB ; !! I II

1i.22c: I 99cHeadL I 5 99 l .; .
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. BROCCOLI. . . bu79 S wash . . . Ib. 49Norman's U 5% Sales Tax not included, 48 mo.:" purchase' w/approved credit --J I

.JS *BBI muaatwm mm *** mmfmmmm

: I Seafood I Peeled Specials& Devel I Terwillegare i

East CoastWhite 8.10 oz.
: I : Extra Large Small RockShrimp I" I

: ShrimpHeadless ;I Grouper Flletsl! shrimp B B Motors II

j 1 $299 Lb. I I $299. 1 1$699 I lb. $219 lb. I 206 W.Modi.on 964-720O JI

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