Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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cooler weather is expected Friday-Sunday, with a chance of Public Notlcoi. . . . . 4A "
showers Sunday Coupon Dayi . . . . .*A
From 3 to 5 Inches of rain has fallen since Jan. 1. The 30-year Sports . . . . . .7.9 A
average rainfall for January is 2.8 inches. Wlnn DIxU. . . . . .IAN
Under the unusally heavy rainfall plus the normal high groundwater .wi 8rl.... . . 10-11, 16A
and surfacewater conditions, the Santa Fe River at Three Obituaries. . . . 1A The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Rivers Estate is expected to crest Jan. 26 at 21.22 feet, 2-3 feet Want Ad.. . . . I3-15A 107th Year STARKE ,
above flood 25 Cent Copy
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City Won't Move Dog Pound, Some Improvements Made .

lAJortk Voting No change of location is in prospect On the whole, Paulhus-said, he con- The concrete floored pens are then -Commissioners, however, said but is also seeking provate sources .{.
for the city's animal shelter at sidered improvements proposals washed by hoses. there is no money to build a new of funding. Crosby challenged the ', I
this time, but several improvementsin made by the Bradford Humane Schaefer agreed to begin washing pound and that the improvementsthat local Humane Society to raise funds :,t;
the system of operation were Society to be "modest." the pens twice with Chlorine bleach, have been made are all the city from those interested in the pro- "
Annual agreed upon during an hour-long appearance the only chemical that will kill Par- can afford at this time. The pound blem. Crosby pointed out the city's ,
Tuesday night, Jan. 21, of Mayor-Commissioner Charles vovirus, deadly to animals. suits the city, increasingly defensive animal control budget is $10,000,and t ,
The 1985-86 Annual Meeting of the some 30 Humane Society' members Schaefer declared that recently installed Humane Society inspector Bar commissioners said, but apparentlywill said he isn't going to vote to spend ; I:
Starke-Bradford County Chamberof before the Starke commission. drainage structures would bara Renfroe submitted a lengthy never suit the Humane Society. $10.000 more for a new dog pound. .::1:1t
Commerce is set this Saturday, Mark Paulhus of Tallahassee, prevent further flooding of the list of proposals for a more efficient "You have a problem. I don't think r;
Jan. 25, at the Starke Golf and Southeast Regional Director of the shelter except for rare occurrences operation of the shelter, with the this council does," said Mayor Paulhus rescued the dialogue bet- t '
Country Club. U.S. Humane Society, said he visited when Alligator Creek overflows its Commission agreeing on some, but Schaefer, resignedly. ween the commissioners and Mrs. i'
The social hour begins at 6:30: the shelter site, at the city sewerage banks. The new drainage will take ruling out others as not feasible at "You're absolutely right. I feel it the commission he ".;
p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets, $12 treatment plant on Edwards Road, off surface water flowing from Ed- this time. (the pound) is inadequate," replied had visited the site and noted the improvements "
per person, may be reserved by Tuesday afternoon and noted marked wards Road down to the pound area. Mrs. Renfroe continued to push fora Mrs. Renfro. the city has made. .. i.,'t
phoning the Chamber office, improvement in conditions, Mayor Schaefer said excrement, different site, for an improved Im- Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Paulhus said the Humane Society ; ..
9645278. although he had several suggestionsfor classed as industrial waste, is now poundment facility, and for better pointed to Fernandina Beach where of the U.S. has two functions: ,
"What's Right with America," is further corrective measures that removed with a shovel and placed in animal control procedures, and for he said the Humane Society is pursu
the topic of an address slated to be should be made as soon as possible. the city sewer treatment system. better record keeping. ing animal control ImprovementsBoards (See Dog POUndP.2A) .
given by Harris T. Remley, the
Director of Civic Affairs for
Seaboard System Railroad.
Seating at the Country Club is to Talk '
limited. Call the Chamber of
reserve tickets early to be assuredof
a seat.

+-Square Dance... Before Battling

The final workshop in which
maintstream square dancers can
learn plus-calls at the Kingsley
Lake Civic Center is set Tuesday,
Jan. 28, at 8 p.m.It Voter Rights SuitNegotiate
is an opportunity for local
dancers to learn new calls while
dancing at the mainstream level, don't litigate, attorney board have been assigned to Judge a
says Millard Brown. Caller is Ken Terry Brown is recommending to Howell Milton of the U.S. District I
Perez. the Bradford School Board and the Court for the Middle District of
City of Starke at this early stage of a Florida, based in Jacksonville. The
voting rights discrimination suit filed county's case has been assigned to
Child Birth ClassesSet last week by four black citizens. Judge Susan Black.

at Votech Local government agencies have The suit is being brought under the ]
only a 20-30 percent chance of winning 1965 Civil Rights Act, which was I
Calling all expectant parents... such a suit, but it would be a amended in 1982. Prior to 1982 the I
To participate in prenatal prepara- lengthy battle in a liberal federal defendants usually prevailed. But
tion classes. court, and could cost either board since the amendment it is now possible -
The sessions are full of informa- upwards of $1,000. Brown told both for the plaintiffs generally to I
tion to help you prepare for the In HonorOf boards that the plaintiffs' attorney, prevail, Brown said.
most important role you may ever David M. Lipman of Lipman & The Voting Rights Act, however,
play. Dr. King. Weisburg of Miami, is willing to sit does not guarantee minority
Sessions include prenatal down to work out a solution. members on boards equal to the
development, nutrition for mother a At RJE gym, a local celebrationwas : a Plaintiffs in the suits brought black vs white ratio, Brown said. He
and baby, breathing techniques in held Sunday, Jan. 19, to honor against the county commission, listed nine factors which the court
labor and adjusting to the new I 1s.v the memory of the late civil rights )', q't school board, and Starke Commis- will consider in making a decision.
family member. leader, Dr. Martin Luther King. sion are Elizabeth G. Walker, Jim- Whichever side prevails the majority -
Classes begin Monday, Feb. 3, at v ; Dignatarlcs, above, present for mie L. Scott, Carolyn B. Spoonerand of the time and by what margin
iv 7 p.m. at the Bradford-Union Vocational the ceremony were Charles Maurice J. White as officers of decides the case. The nine factors
we. Technical Center (Votech) on Schaefer, mayor of Starke; Kev. the Bradford Chapter of the NAACP. as related to both the school boardand
West Weldon Street (Brownlee Joseph Pierce, pastor ol Mt. Zion Attorney Lipman says he has filed 23 city commission, are: _
Road off Orange Street) in Starke. AME Church In Lawteyi; Jim Dun- or 24 such voting rights suits and DThe) extent of any history of official
The classes will run for five weeks. : can, supertimlcnt of schools, and won all but the Ft.Lauderdale case discrimination in the state or
There is no charge for participationin Mike Cooney executive director of 1-A which is under appeal. Brown saidthe political subdivision that touched the
this series and you can registerby the Chamber of Commerce. difference in the Ft.Lauderdaleis right of the members of the minority
calling the Votech at 9646150. Carolyn Spooner, left a memberof that a black served several termson group to register, to vote, or other-
the governor's commemorative the city commission. wise participate in the democratic
commission spoke at the celebra- ; Essentially, the suit asks that process.
Turkey Sportsmen... tion. single member districts' be 2)The) extent to which voting In the
The state convention and wild Keynote speaker, right, was Mar- established so a black person can be elections of the state or political sub-
turkey shoots of the National Wild vin Davies, special assistant to seated on each board. Included in division is racially polarized.
Turkey Federation is set Feb. 7-8 in Governor Graham. Davies, a the demands is that redistricting occur 3)The extent to which the state or
Gainesville at the Alachua County native Hampton who learned his which will create a district in political subdivision has used
Fairgrounds. 3 It's at RJE, really got the crowd, which blacks are a majority, Brown unusually large election districts,

Lamar Williams of Starke, who Carolyn B. Spooner black and white; involved. Marvin Davies pointed The suits out. for the city and school (see Voter Rights..p.2A)
makes turkey calls, will be one of
50 exhibitors out of New York,
Maryland, Viriginia, South
. Carolina, Alabama. Exhibitors will Bradford in Nationwide Celebration of IOn
include taxidermists, art, custom Joins King's Birthday
.,;-' knife recreation and 3 and
'. makersj es, boats, motors. April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther memorative Celebration Commit- when King came to Tallahassee to ter than me, but I don't have to accept of Lawtey, Jim Duncan, school
',: Conservation groups will be on King died from an assassin's bulletin tee.Held student at Florida A &M it..I am somebody," Davies supertindent, Charlie Schaeffer,
"tJ hand. Tho Florida Fresh Water Memphis, Tennessee and on Sun- in the old RJE gym, the Diversity, Davies said he would told the crowd in explaining the civil mayor of Starke, and Mike Cooney,
.<(: Game and Fish Commission will day, Jan. 19, his accomplishmentswere gathering honored the memory of pick King up at the airport and drive rights leaders stance. director of the chamber of com-
fY' have a booth. Bear Archery will honored here in Starke. Dr. King with tributes from both him to various places and got to merce.A .
1. have a big exhibit, and Fred Bear, It was part of a nationwide seriesof black and white community leaders. know him that way. 'The reason a little boy from
well-known owner of the firm, will observances centering around the The building was filled with approx- Hampton, Florida can tell the mass community choir performed -
be on hand. The convention will be new federal holiday. The third Mon- imately 400 participants and spec- Davies said King knew that the Governor what to do is because I a number of selections with solos
" dedicated to Bear. Sen. George Kir- day in January was approved by tators. young people were the future and learned how to read right here in from Lois Moore,Alice Hudson, Lily
.' patrick is set to be present, and Congress last year as an offical that knowing how to read by the RJE," said Davies, emphasizing the Jones and the Carter Family.
,/t will be given special recognition for federal holiday to honor the slain Principal speaker for the after- fourth grade in school was extremely importance of education to people.
4::' work he has done with wild turkeys civil rights leader. noon was Marvin Davies, special important. Another point made by "We need to be interested in our Master of ceremonies was Jimmy
through the Florida Legislature. "It is a new day for Bradford assistant to Governor Bob Graham, him was that the black communityhad children." Scott, president of the local chapterof 1
4;; There will be contests in various County, a new day for Starke," said who knew King. to become a cohesive community. the NAACP with Carolyn Spooner
.:,;: areas. Friday night, Feb. 7, there Carolyn Spooner, local member of Davies, a native of Hampton, said Public officals speaking at the being called upon to speak several
: 4 will be an owl hooting contest at 7 the Governor's Dr. King Corn- that he met the civil rights leader "Dr. King said 'you may feel bet- gathering were Robert Scott, mayor times.
p.m. Saturday Feb. 8, there will be
I four turkey calling contests. The
: convention opens Feb. 7 at 5 p.m.

t.1!: and runs through Saturday, Feb. 8, Starke's .Economic Recognized by Foreign DelegationBradford I
until 8 p.m. A deep south Bar-B-Q Progress
! is set for 6 p.m. Saturday.

County is being noticedin lesser wage expectations. It is a Northern Ohio, bought Crosley What attracted him to Florida, that this figure was being considered
Gator Banquet... many places as a community thatis country "committed to the free Trailers about 18-months ago and and especially to Starke, were the for revision in the future.
making economic progress and as enterprise system" said Clarke. has seen sales increase about lower wage rates than he was usedto
The annual Galen Hall Banquet a result, a delegation from the islandof Grenada, best known for the 1983 50-percent since then. He said sales in Ohio, the very;: low state tax The mission had two purpose, one
of the Starke Gator QuarterbackClub Grenada came to see how it was combined United States and Carib-- were around the $2-million dollar rates and the insignificant state cor to observe how successful American
is set Friday, Feb. 14, in the being done.Looking bean military intervention, is a level last year."There's porate income tax. businesses operate and to instill in-
National Guard Armory on Ed- for how-to knowledge and small island nation with about terest in companies locating in
wards Road. possible investment, the group was 100,000 people. The main island lies a lot of room for He expressed concern at the Grenada. The major thrust was to
1 Albert, the Gator mascot; the shepherded by two Florida Department about 90-miles North of the growth" said Mullins referring to 50-percent income tax rate that applies locate companies that would export
Gator cheerleaders, coaches and of Commerce officals duringits Venezuela coast and has about the market in Florida and the two to companies doing business in items in order to bring trade into
senior players are slated to attend stay. The visit by the Grenadians 133-square miles of land. states bordering on the north. Grenada. The delegation indicated Grenada.Learning .
the Starke banquet. began Monday afternoon with an in- "We got a lot of free publicity,"
6:30: p.m. social,7:30: p.m. dinner. troduction to the county followed bya said de Caul of what they termed the
Tickets, $13 per person, may be press conference. Tuesday, the Grenada Rescue. Not necessarilythe
purchased from Hazel Hardy at group toured the large Dupont sand kind they had hoped for, but at
Charley E. Johns Insurance Agency mining operation and the small least the name of their country was
131 S. Walnut St.; Ada Reddish, manufacturing operation, Crosley in the press, they agreed.
964-7910 or Leila's Dress Shop at Trailers. Tuesday morning at the Dupont
Bradford Square. The club requests From Grenada were Edwin de sand mine, they were given an in-
that tickets r>e purchased prior to Gaul, president of a clothing troduction to a large industrial con- L
Feb. 10.Incoming. manufacturing company, Brian cern. The mine employess about 290 _
officers are: Cliff Pitt, president of the chamber of people at this time and extracts _
Chapman, president; Larry White, commerce, June Henry, projects officer three main products from the ancient _
' vice-president; Marty Barry, for the Industrial Development[ beach front, now called Trail _
t treasurer; Ada Reddish, secretary.New Corporation and Roy Clarke, a con- Ridge. Heavy mineral sands are _
membership cards are sulant from the American accoun- what the company takes from the s
available. New members are ting firm of Coopers and Lybrand.One sand.
welcome. of the purposes of the The process of serparating 11-
cording to Stephanie Angel, Florida menite, the source of titanium dioxide
Upcoming... Department of Commerce, was to from starolite and zircon sands
give the visitors an introduction to was shown to the group.The dry mill
The annual meeting of the several well run American com- at the site off SR-230 was the base of
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- panies and how they did business. operation for the morning.At .
merce is set this Saturday, Jan. 25, Three areas that Grenada is em- the Croslely Manufacturing
i at the Starke Golf and Country phasizing are agriculture, tourism facility south of Starke, the delega-
I Club. Social hour, J:30: p.m.; din and light industry said Pitt. As a tion was introduced to a successful
ner, 7:30: p.m. young country with an average age entrepreneur, Mark Mullins. He
The Zoning Board of Bradford of about 25, he indicated that they outlined what he thought was neededto
County is scheduled to meet Tuesday were committed to development. have a successful business for
Here in Bradford ..
How It's Done County.
Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Starke Advantages for investment in them. Included in the list were a
city hall. listed be- motivated work force training
Grenada ,
were as English A from the small island nation of Grenada Gllberto Velazquez, wetmlll supervisor June Henry,
.The Zoning Board of the City of the used proximity to facilities available, supportive group
Starke is scheduled to meet Thursday ing major U.S.language European, and South government unities and at- toured the Dupont plant Tuesday morning, Jan. 21 to Eunice Sullivan, Fl. Dept. of Commerce, Brian Pltu,
Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. in the city American markets, and a labor trativeness of the area. see how a successful company operates (l-r)Edwin de Roy Clarke and Stephanie Angel, Fl. Dept. of Com
hall. force with high un-employement and Mullins, who'is originally from Caul Mark Brimhall, environmental coordinator, merce.

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P.(.ZA TELEGRAPH January 23. I98T

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4I J from pag.I The
majority vote requirements, anti- noCommissioner
1"a. Jimmy Crosby ask
single shot provisions, or other vote
ed: Can the city go to the plaintiffsand
or procedures
may what actually want?
see they
enhance the for
opportunity Attorney Brown said he can't approach -
discrimination against the minority but
the plaintiffs directly,
I 9 group. knows of no law which would pre-
? 4))If there is a candiate slating process vent members of the council from
whether the members of the
doing so.Brown.
minority group have been denied access -
to that process. recommended against a
5)Extent) which members of the motion by the city commission to
minority group in the state or negotiate the case, saying he prefersnot
political subdivision bear the effectsof to be tied to a position.The .
discrimination In such areas as population of Starke is approximately -
education, employment and health, 5,308, with 3,625 white
which may hinder their ability to residents, and 1.629 blacks 1,650
partiCipate effectively in the white and 535 black voters are
registered in the city.It .
6)Whether) political campaignshave
I been characterized by overt or is the opinion of Comn.issioner
subtle racial appeals.7)The Vernon Silcox that single member
\ extent to which members of districts will be a step backward,
the minority group have been that commissioners would be more
Y elected to public office apt to look at their own district
wv. 8)Whether) there is a significantlack rather than the city as a whole.
I h of responsiveness on the part of Now, Silcox said, each commis-
elected officials to the particularizedneeds sioner is forced to take into the con-
e of the members of the minority sideration' the black community.

:; group. Under single member districts each
; 9)Whether their is a tenuous stateor commissioner would be more wor-
city policy underlying the ried about his own district. And, a
preference for multi-member or at- lone black on the council would be in

Shiners Got the Bass in Sampson Lake... large districts. the minority.
The city of Starke has a much bet.
Terry Riltman, loft, liadn't boon fishing awhile but peeked the pounds.! Matthew's fish was the biggest he ever caught. ter chance of winning such a law suit School Board...
right time Saturday morning III, IX, Sampson Lake. The bass! held The trio was fishing with large shiners. A bass! club from Jacksonville than the school board or county, attorney There is no clear or simple answerto
by lUttiiian, left, "t'lghIIIIUUuds! the fish held by :Matthew HiUm.in, was fj..hlllaround them with artificial bait. One boat had one Brown believes. When Brown the Civil Rights Suit, and defen-
7. weighs! 6 pounds! and the bass! held by Robert Bowen weighs 12 fish. applied the nine factors Starke ding the school board would be a
came out about even. The school very time consuming process, Attorney
board lost six and won none Brown said Monday night,
Attorney Brown told both the Jan. 20.Time.

I Duncan Reports Schools Creating Excitement in LearningBradford school board and city of Starke that consuming means money
fighting such a suit would cost spent to the school board.
$100,000 or more. Under federal law, Supt. Jim Duncan is investigatinghow
schools are creating anexcitment and two portable classrooms are to overcrowding of buses has been 13 ot 30 buses are JLU yeuis uiu or the defendants must also pay the much the school board's liability -
for learning, Supt. Jim be delivered in the Spring. The new devised. older. There is a need to buy more legal fees of the plaintiffs unless insurance will pay toward defenseof
Duncan told the School Board in his septic tank at Lawtey Elementary is 9)Special) programs for special new buses because the number over they go to court and win the suit, so the suit.
first annual report Monday night almost completed. needshandicapped, peer, elemen- 10 years old increases by three or all three government agencies probably If the school board goes to single
Jan. 20. 41A> thorough curriculum planning tary counseling- have been four each year, Duncan pointed out. face paying that. member districts a board member
To back up the statement, Duncan cycle has been developed that will developed. 2)Replacing) outdated science Brown urged the city to take the might not view the school district as
listed 12 reasons: include grade level meetings for all 10)Public) recognition of GED books. A book storage area is also a initiative to propose its own plan for a whole, said Board Member Len
Statewide> assessment test teachers. graduates is a practice being followed. definite need about which somethingmust establishing districts, rather than Schlofman. That's why the law was
scores are getting better. Bradford 5)A) countywide basal math series be done, Duncan said. waiting on the plaintiffs to do so. changed originally said Board
students are at or above the state has been adopted. A reading series Improve) parking and access to There is a lot to argue about, Member Rodney Hall.
average in almost every area. was adopted in 1984. IDA) move toward increasing school areas. Brown said. The local agencies Attorney Brown recommendedthat
Regular) staff meetings have 6)A) staffing formula that is applied vocational opportunities by high 4)A) record storage vault is over- should not adopt a defeatist attitudein the school board explore the option -
been initiated. The staff has for- on a school-by-school basis has school enrollment is under way at due and will be completed soon. A negotiating. to have seven board members,
mulated an in-service developmentplan been adopted. the Bradford-Union Vocational change in the law qualifies the project State law now allows local with some running from single
that offers vareity for all per 7)Two) staff workshops on reading Technical Center. for state public education bond political subdivision, such as the city member districts and some county-
sonnel. by an on-staff consultant have been funds, Duncan said. school board, and county commission wide.
3)Carpet) installation has been held. Working Toward... 5)A) workable financial packagethat to determine themselves School board members said they
completed and walkways are under 8)A) transportation system with 1)Lessening) the overcrowding and will give current information is whether to go to seven members, want, if at all possible to keep their
construction at Starke Elementary fewer rli nnme; problems /and less modernizing the bus fleet, in whichhe being devised. with four elected from single voting districts the same as the
member districts and three elected county's. They asked attorney :
county wide. The city could opt for Brown to confer with county at- '
Dog Poundfrom four single member districts and one torney Reggie Flynn.

page I Paulhus said in stressing the importance was told in answering a questionby better care of impounded animals"is city-wide post. The county is also considering the
11 The protection of people. of enforcing the city's licens- Mrs. Renfroe. inevitable." He said the city All three local governmental en- seven board member, with single
2)) The protection of animals."It ing ordinance. "A fee of $2 or $3 per The county and the city should would be well-advised to improve its tities have said they are thinking member districts and some county-
about what would be best.
is necessary to protect animals animal is not prohibitive and, if en- jointly work on the animal control facilities before being found in viola- wide seats.
and keep them in a healthy conditionin forced, would go a long way toward problem, said Commissioner Vernon tion of new regulations in the future. -
order to protect prople from paying for the city's animal control Silcox, if there is going to be an effective Paulhus also recommended the -
rabies and other diseases transmitted program." A $10 fee for recoveringan solution to the problem. use of sodium pentobarbital in the

by animnals," Paulhus said. animal from the city pound was During her presentation Ms. Ren- City's euthanasia unit as a less ex .. Z' 4 4 I/d4QYiDs ... I
"This is a two-fold obligationT>f the' alsvsuKgested..Paulhus froe said that seven just-born j jp'tf -. pensive and less dangerous alter-/ "
Humane Society," also declared that the impoUndment pies died at the city shelter' pnggt ilt':'' ,native to carbon monoxide, now be- rd ,
Toward this"end,_Paulhus .recommended -' and care of stray pets is last week-due, Jo .nyjpQithermjabody _{!Ps\: :' ing us.e.d. Puppies and kittens up to The food Portuguese fit only for regard the' wil4strawbeSvI poor. $a asparagusas r : t. t
thatImpounded: a responsibility of the County as wellas temperature) cause by near- four months old aren't always killed very
animals should be the City, and that the two local freezing temperatures. Schaefersaid by carbon monoxide because the can
returned to their owners in a governmental agencies should get that heating units, controlled by go longer without oxygen than older
healthy, disease-free condition. together and work out an effective thermostats, have since been installed animals. Paulhus said.
Animals should be separated by program that would benefit both. He in the shelter. "The birth of the ""It"
half-block walls to prevent nose-to- suggested the city set up a study puppies was an unusual incident that Paulhus suggested it would be ,
nose contact, possible through wire committee, including represen- we did not forsee and were not helpful for the city to send at least "'
fenses, and other contact that could tatives of the County Commission, prepared for" the mayor said. one of its animal control officers to a ,s. it"'t'-
transmit diseases.The Humane Society, and interested Paulhus advised the Commissionthat training course to be held at Santa
use of bleach twice per weekto citizens. stricter regulations concerning Fe Community College this spring.
prevent disease being spread Schaefer said the study committee operation animal shelters are now Registration will cost $45 per week t' "
through excrement. Paulhus said would be taken under advisement, being written for presentation the for for the 40 hours of instructioneach ,
wood pens house germs. and volunteered to be the city's next legislative! session, And that week for two weeks.
"The problem (of stray animals) representative. The county doesn't o SALE !
should be made to pay for itself," have a dog problem, Schaefer said i t

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School Lunch Menus sZ1 Quai Whirlpool

Jan 27-31
greens. fruit cup, cinnamon roll, mIlk. HOME
Bradford Elem. & :Middle School Thursday: Lasagna cheese stix, garden salad, Phil "Foots"We APPLIANCES
apple crisp hot rolls, milk
:Maids cheese
) soup toast
Iridav Pizza Trench fries, fruit jello but
peaches, chocolate cake milk
terscotch brownie mIlk.
TurHtluv: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, ,
;turnip; greens, brownie, cornbread, milk A-la-Carte DEALER COST FLOOR

stix Metlnraduv, garden:salad Spaghetti apple w/meat crisp, hot sauce rolls,, cheese milk. Mnndav milkshakes. : Hamburgers J trench fries, corndogs. pizza, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1// 1 ,
Thursday: Fried chicken,rice&gravy, buttered
Turviluv Cheeseburgers, chicken ,
:: nuggets
green peas, pear halves, cookie, biscuit, milk trench fries, milkshakes, 0 J. MODELS ONLY SALE
Krldjy: Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato & VWditpHfliiv: Hamburgers, pizza, french fries,
pickle. french fries Win 1 wTmil II II.! O J milkshakes
Bradford High School Thursday: Piz/a, cheeseburgers, french fries, +, Love You! e r s i i s b'i
corndogs, milkshakes, 0 J.
'Mumlu): Chili, cheese toast, cabbage slaw, ,
peaches cookie, milk. OJ.Frttla milkshakesEach>: Hamburgers corndogs. french fries, Susan Mom
Tuesday: Hamburger gravy mashed potatoes ".
green peas chocolate cake, biscuits, mIlk. day students have a choice of,1 hot lunch, Pop
Urdnrsdav' Chicken 4 rice, cheese stix,, turnip salad bar or the) may' purchase a.locarteCHOCOLA Salll Jean /Model\ EB19MKIL $81 3 i r

tfAlArlr Reg. $1023EU20V3 . . . Sale _
Betty Wally

STARKE Robbie _
CHURCH OF GOD Freezer si.$490
M.P. Mike Reg. $703.95 . . "
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
Walter F. Montz. Pastor I Pat Lisa

We invite you to worship with us. i all Your Yatt7 hld..s eu 4AK 1 14 cu ft Refrigerator $400 V

Attended Nursery \ .N Reg. $671 .99 . . Sale
Sunday School 10 am

Morning WouNp 11 >m + Eli 6TKIM Refrigerator JI iy( 0
Service 6 pm $530
Evening '
Wednesday Youth 7:30: pm f :, . . .. .-. . Reg. $686.95 . . Sale --

Bradford Lodge -

TE & fP'tllMl'.t UJJflD
No. 35 CARPET l'.t cMiniMI

F& AM Chocolate colored carpel Is very RF3750XPN .
much ,m vogue these day This. is a Self Cleaning Range $ROfi

Meets Every color which can be matched with so 964-4496 Pastor Richard G Norman Reg. 'eoo . . . Sale OOU
many other colors that it has caught
Second & Fourth the imagmatior of housewives and RF3165XPW .
many interior decorators Range' $448
Monday On the more practical side, browns Reg. $562.99 . . Sale
7:30 lend to hide soil and can be cleanedless I RF3020XPW
p.m. Testament Evangelistwith $356
frequently than lighter colored Reg. $471 . . Said ;
carpets. (The soil is still there, but can-

not be seen as easily.) However, signs, wonders and miracles

COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH cleaning a fairly carpets easy household with today's duty.cleanersIs following his ministry These Prices are Picked Up in Our StoreIf

Published every Thursdayat Come in today and look over our BRING THE SICK & AFFLICTED!!! We Deliver add 25.00
color selections We have carpets to
133 W. Call Street
'fit,the most discriminating tastes.

Second Class postage paid at Teal Tile
at 7:30
Friday Saturday
Starke, FloridaSubscription p.m.
Rates: Sunday 10:30: a.m. & 7:00 p.m.

In-trade area: $10.00 per year 131 N. Cherry St. : 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box) .

$5.50 six months Starke, Florida
Open 9-6 964.7462
Outside area: $11 per year \ WE HAVE MOVED I
1 / miles South of Starke on Hwy. U.S. 301
$6.00 six months

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etJTpKJALS'Future ) Chris Campbell Week Proclaimed by City

-'. To Aid E. B. Victim in Fight for Cure

Shock' Can Be AvoidedBy -
Activities : ::.

Future Planning NowIs 9f. !I j.4I.I- .

Planned {:.,
sNs s-

Florida, in effect, "digging its own ween 1964 and 1981 in the west-central City Recreation
grave" by placing too much strain on its region of Florida, extending northwardto Director Cheryl God- r iJ .P

limestone superstructure, causing more Marion County. But many more Police Chief :ffdy.e:7win
t gs.-
and more sinkholes such as those that smaller sinkholes have occurred and Jimmy Bowen, and i' 9..JJ. ___.""

have plagued Central Florida in recent never been reported. Fire Chief Dwayne gy-f.I-

years, and recently "ate up" a house Although no method of sinkhole Hardee were named 't'1c.151NG; 11\1. J ECt

near Brooklyn Lake. prediction is now available, geologistssay by the City Commission Beuru UtJL" 9, 1.9"a

This danger is reflected in a com- builders can avoid future Tuesday night to CRRSSjl 'IO Tf. .

prehensive study of Florida sinkholes catastrophe by not developing in sites coordinate plans for J ."".. ".co 1&
completed by the U.S. Geological known to be sinkhole prone, such as Chris i Campbell C1t'l of.1'SI.:." and
Survey and reported by Robert D. areas where heavy pumping will be a Week. January 31 to dons CQIIIIII1.d.o"1 of b medical "" "'. 40 bt ceb9
major factor on the land, geologists ad- 4telms of 5Ia" a"la"'
Lystad of the Gainesville Sun's Ch t CemPb to"
9. Anyonewishing gcun
vise. February .,mr.Rpfshlp gYaetoYd 1
Washington to volunteer I hisor need Co mslion end
According to the study, "The collapseof Sinkholes induced by development activities her services to help the 'tI\\t. CLILisM cb city of 815.000.stalkoor sad ell C1v1c Club: .

most sinkholes in the last 20 years can be expected to increase in with activities planned for on Ib.o to .e ca1.1.aa pII ,01.1c.

was caused primarily by the pumpingand frequency as Florida continues its rapid this community effort lei ."gRp1s s:c;chi.iCi A DL osdinac.f tbU
diversion of groundwater and the growth, and heavier demands are madeon may call 9646792. \ toti 19 )."jCCOto
construction of highways over the reser- aquifers in the area. oY6gbLs&tRppg. Rn'107". N.,4. of
The Chris Campbell fund cb."i1.Cb".f CQIIIIII1..10n'l.31. 'Io
voirs. People should be made aware Sinkholes are just one of the many end f1" tIa'1o"
that sinkholes are a part of nature, just problems confronting Florida as it is open for contributions at .0<1.n scbaah't;. ...". of
like an earthquake in California. enters a new era of unprecedented Florida Federal on West ifo"t.' E 1i c"a'toc1.a1Dl'
Madison St. (Hwy. 100) and Ttit4x :40 bda
of these of 1\0'-1, ;
"Given the slow progression of growth. Many areas concernare Vf Et:
all donations are tax dedue.city 9f 1.9&6..a etu
attention from "Visions
geologic events that lead to sinkhole for- now getting tible. "1 C\\1l15 gtedtoYd
mation under natural conditions, it is 2000" groups that have been formed as a T.b counl1 of
believed that most recently developed result of the Speaker's Committee on A benefit Garage Sale for Sta't".a and Ib lyss.

sinkholes were induced by some trig- the Future, a state-level group now plot- Chris is held each Saturday on city of "" A.t). .

gering factor related to man's activities ting a vision for Florida and its needs in the west side of the parking lot 1"I _4.1 of .1a"ua
the The 46-member at Rawson's Super Market. All .
says Joseph Stewart, author of year group, bU
the geological report. composed of prominent Florida saleable items, including tst.d
residents and a small number of clothing, will be welcomed.
This is certainly true of the sink that
legislators, is expected to produce a d
occurred also Lake
near Brooklyn in
document in August that will answer
1959 when a 35-year-old father of five, some of the more perplexing problemsnow .I" .-
was buried alive in the middle of a collapsing the ....-.... ... ,. toy ar
facing state. I. ... "
section of
ground where he and
other workers were drilling test wells Rep. Jon Mills, House Speaker- \

for a U.S. Geological survey of designate, says "We're right in the i iti ;:
underground water levels in the middle of rapid growth and rapid v

1 Keystone Heights area. changes. We're on the edge of urbanization .
"These modern-day activities of and overall change in the economic -F __-
structure of the state from an
f building homes and shopping malls and
agriculture-tourist to other
into for water economy ,
tapping acquifers supplies -
kinds of economies, including interna-
has accelerated that
a process "
tional trade.
Mother Nature began millions of years
ago," the geologists believe. Gainesville and several other towns
and cities around the state already have

The large sinkholes that swallow up their Visions 2000 groups in place and

houses and other buildings are known as are meeting to discuss and set goals for

cover-collapse sinks. This type of hole where they want to be by the year 2000.

first .develops over centuries in the Now that Bradford County has been

: limestone layer, usually 40 feet or more designated as a Blue Chip Community,
) below ground level.. A cavity develops. which should give it an edge in obtain-

I.A as water percolates into the limestone, ing new industry, it should be an oppor-
r splitting the rock' and causing-it4'to: tune/'time" td nave a cross-section
become unstable. citizens group get together for a seriousbit

In a matter of months, or even years, of brainstorming on the question,
seeping surface water erodes the clay "What do you want Bradford County to
cover above the limestone layer untilthe be and look like by the year 2000."

"roof" can no longer support the We have already made a good start in

sand, soil, and whatever else may lie the right direction, but as growth and

above the limerock. Suddenly, the roof development increase, so will pro-

collapses into the cavity, creating' a blems. It would be much better to meet Chris On Camera. is TV-4 reporter Nancy Rubin and TV-4

sinkhole. these problems through thoughtful plan- cameraman Dan Floyd.
The Geological Survey collected dataon ning rather than fall into the sinkhole of TV cameramen from Channel 4, Jackson
mortem ville. didn't spoil Chris fFundsfor Chris to be feated/or E.B. sfemfor
180 sinkholes that were reported bet- post planning. Campbell's appetite
ice cream when they put him on camera Border are well under way, and
for Saturday's 6 o'clock news. At left is widespread interest has been shown in cur-

Cooperation Is the Key Chris's mother Brenda Campbell; at right ing or improving his condition.

To Animal Shelter Problems"The County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor

mills of the Gods grind slowly," throughout the state, and that new
It's the time of year to do some spring clippers, for pruning branches.
but as long as they keep grinding, thereis regulations toward this end are already cleaning in your landscape. And, that Pruning Shrubsing Shears will crush and mangle larger branches -
hope. being prepared for presentation at the means taking care of the routine pruningof instead of cutting them away. So, geta
Tuesday night the mills took another next session of the Florida legislature.He your ornamental plants. Usually, you than now, you have may to.lose By more of until the plant pruning saw for these. Undercut large
you waiting new branches don't tear
prune landscape plants to get rid of unwanted ,so they away long sec
two and several constructive also out that the Humane growth begins, can tell how much of
turn or pointed growth, to benefit the part of the you tions of bark when they tall Make sure all
actions in the is first of all concerned with the that remains the plant will recover. And, even the small
i were produced long- Society Plant after pruning, and to branches which cuts are smooth and flush with the remain-
between the of human and second the appearance of the plant. obviously have been killed branch trunk.
running give-and-take protection beings, should be left on the plant until spring. ing or Jagged edges invite
Bradford Humane Society and the City with the protection of animals. Diseased in Pruning the world.isn't the But,most it's important complicated to thing do it They can help protect the plant against insect and disease problems. Finally, be
, Commission. animals are a threat to their owners and right. further cold damage.Use sure to use pruning paint on all cuts more
! other people in the community he said is hand shears and loppers, not hedge than one inch across.
A leavening influence at this latest Pruning an important part of good
i meeting was the of Marc and pointed out that the treatment cultural care of your landscape. A varietyof

I Paulhus, director presence of the Southeast necessary after being bitten by a if specific situations call for pruning. And, in Bradford
don't do it.
you your landscape plants Forestry County
possibly rabid dog or cat costs the in- !
I Regional Office of the U.S. Humane won't grow or look[ as good as they could.
Society, who commended the Commis- dividual victim around $500. This week I'll describe some of the situa- David W. Norton Bradford Co. Forester I

; sion on recent improvements made at Paulhus also recommended that those about tions where the best pruning times is to necessary do it. and talk Enjoy/ Your FireplaceChilly

the City's animal shelter, as well as who cause a problem should have to pay The most obvious time to prune is if a and cold
for further improvements for the and this could be nights some downright hardwood will burn longer because of its
making suggestions problem, accomplished plant has dead, weak or damaged wood, ones will be with us for a couple more mon-
that could be effected with at least partially, by enforcing or wood that's infested with insects or a ths so there's still plenty of time to enjoy greater It's best density.to season or air dry wood for at
very little additional expense to the Ci the City's ordinance for the licens- disease. Transplanting is another time that family fireplace. But whether you'rean least six months, otherwise the heat
ty. ing of dogs at a nominal cost to the when pruning is needed. When transplanting old hand with indoor fires or enjoying energy goes into boiling the water out of
prune the foliage to balance the top of first fireplace, there are certain im-
your the wood rather than
owner of two or three dollars heating your home.
Paulhus also made some rational per year. the plan with its root system. Rejuvenateolder portant things to keep in mind. Wet or green wood also produces
observations, such as the fact that Even this small amount, if enforced, plants in your landscape by pruning Among those, and most important, is to amounts of wood tars and other extracts greater
would go a long way toward paying the away some of the old stems and branches. clean fireplace regularlyand
animal control is a county responsibility your chimney that can coat chimney flues and cause '
City's expense of its animal shelter This will stimulate new, more vigorous thoroughly in order to avoid a fire. fires.
as well as a city responsibility, and Prune to
growth. make
a plant look like Unburned wood
particles create
a It's
the Humane official a good idea to
operation use fire in
Society a screen
of central animal want it to. If
the cost maintaining a you you want a certain shapeor tarlike substance called creosote that front of fireplace to catch
shelter should be supported by both. He said. size pruning is essential. And finally, sticks to the flue lining. If the buildup has sparks. your. any flying

expressed hope that the City would, in Tuesday night's meeting ended on a flowers prune to or fruit.Deciding make. a plant produce more accumulated to a quarter-inch thickness
the near future, sponsor a meeting of more positive and constructive note (which you can determine yourself by inspecting TO THE
I when to prune can be confus- your chimney), it's time to clean LETTERS
I representatives of the City Commission, than previous sessions, and therefore ing. In our area we can grow so many different It. EDITOR
County Commission, the Humane Socie- held more encouragement for a plants that it's Impossible to pick A major factor in creosote buildup is the
ty, and a few interested private citizensto satisfactory solution to a troublesome one right time to prune everything. You' amount of air available during the com- Writer Says City Hiring
have a meeting of minds in an effortto problem that has plagued the community can best do time light for trimming major pruning anytime. But, the bustion process, according to a recent Procedures IrregularAfewweeksagoIwenttoCily
depends on
study. Most fireplaces have ample ventila-
solve that is bad and for Hall to obtain -
a problem now many years. the kinds of plants have. tion so any wood can be burned without
will become worse in the future, as the As veteran Commissioner Vernon Most flowering pants should be pruned causing excessive: creosote buildup. This Clerk.application for position of of City Stock
Upon request application a
continues its rapid rate of right after they flower. Deciduous plants applies whether the wood is oak,
county always a
Silcox remarked at one point, "We all like sweet of woman clerk advised me the position could
gum crepe myrtle and many favorite fireplace fuel, or pine, which has
growth. not be filled because female
have the a could not
same goal, even though we our fruit trees go dormant during cold had a bad reputation for creosote and low
Director Paulhus said that improved may differ a little in'our methods of get- weather and need to be pruned in the heat value. work with an inmate.I have since been advised
that a female has filled that ,
animal control will be a must ting there." winter. Most evergreens including plants The study conducted by the Georgia without proper advertisement. position
like podocarpus, figustrum, hollies, and Forestry Commission and Auburn University I understand that a man had filled the
wax myrtle can be pruned anytime. But also showed that pound for pound,
....- .. _.. .. the it's best to prune. before growth starts in woods with the same moisture content and position a female but transferred was hired to without another proper Job,
spring. have the same heat value and that pine advertisement to fill the
Shrubs that bloom in the summer and doesn't create any more creosote than oak. vacancy.
I cannot understand the female
fall.like hibiscus roses,and oleander also Since pine Is less dense than oak, a cord
clerk would not
even give me an application
should be prune before the first flush of of pine weighs less than a cord of oak and, when female Is fa
a working that
growth In the spring. But there Is one very therefore, has less heat value than oak.
I capacity now advert-
II exception to these recommen- Because of this, fireplace users might proper
I ment. How did she
get an application
II I Ballot mad of broken pottery war mad by the citizens of ancient Athena to get dations. And that Is pruning to remove want to consider mixing pine and oak the job.when they would not five me...
I rid of unpopular politicians. Whnvr 6000 or more were east, the official was Sent cold-damaged limbs and branches.For wood. The pine will give you a quick hot All response is welcome.
1 for tan this wait until after new growth
Into years. starts In the spring. If you do heavy prun- fire and ho oak or any other available (Name withheld rgtlarq



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Social Side !t
Club News Kevin Scheetz


of theNews Items

Wed Dec. 21 I \

WeddingsReceptions Selina S. Cassels and Kevin R i

Scheetz were united in marriage II, tj

Gladys Mooty Parties in Saturday the Heilbron evening Dec.Springs 21 at Baptist 7 p.m. i/

964-7608 Church. ,

The church was decorated with .

,,....,,,, ,,... ;--- .....". .. flowers in the bride's colors of :
lavender, purple and white. Palms k-

: fern and candelabras were also used ,

I- to advantage for the wedding

ceremony. ,
Selina, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Dean Cassels of Starke was
.o given in marriage by her father.

Performing the ceremony were the
fathers of the bride and groom. :

e Kevin is the son of Mrs. and Mrs.
d Don Scheetz of Keystone Heights.The .

bride wore a gown of taffeta
with a sweetheart neckline and

Juliet sleeves of taffeta and chantilly -

4 4, type lace. A close fitting bodice of
chantilly type lace adorned with se-

____ I : _ quins and simulated pearls accentedthe '" "'..
basque waistline trimmed with :"

reembroidered lace and simulated

: d't .e pearls, accenting the full skirt which

R y y> sk extended to a chapel train.
e The bride carried a cascade bow

,t/ quet of white roses and stephanotis,
centered with a lavender orchid.

: Attending the bride as maid of

honor was Kristy Johns attired in a 1

lavender gown with a sweetheart

-. neckline and basque waistline and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Scheetz I

Auxiliary Past Presidents or Charter Following a wedding trip to the

Members... Shaiiar. North Carolina mountains the cou- Attending the groom was Chip Santa Fe Community College. Selinais

First row, left to right: Marjorie Thomson. Effie Standing: Midge Frick Lillian Stump Ada Reddish ple are residing in Jacksonville. Scheetz who served as best man. employed by Western Steer Kevinis
I Carter. Del Ritch. Clara Mae Knight and Peggy Anna Felos, Doris Overstrcet, and Marguerite Hall. short puffed sleeves. Kristy carrieda Ushers were Dale Cassels, Johnnie employed by Liberty National In-

lavender and purple nosegay. Sheffield Scott Johnson Andy surance.

BH Celebrates 30th Bridesmaids were Lynn Cassels, Crews and Pat Crawford.
Auxiliary Anniversary
Linda Sheffield Keri Smith, Cheri A reception followed in the church
Crews Sherri Norman all attired in Nuptial music was provided by fellowship hall which was decoratedfor

The Auxiliary of Bradford housekeepers technicians and administrators money clip on behalf of the Aux- purple gowns in the same fashion as Daniel Martin, pianist, Leon Cassels the occasion with ferns and

Hospital celebrated their 30th an- "But one group of Dr. iliary.A the maid of honor and carrying Bob and Carol Milner. lavender and purple flowers. Faye

niversary Monday night during their Feelgoods is uniquethat's the large birthday cake was broughtout similar nosegays. King and Linda Norman cut the wedding -
general meeting. volunteers who unselfishly give of and AI K. Carlisle, Chairman of Flower girl was Angie Crews and Sehna and Kevin are graduates of cake and Christina Carter kept

Charter members and past their time to make the lives of others the Board of Directors, helped blow ring bearer was Evan Hardy. Bradford High and are attending the bride's book.

presidents of the auxiliary were pre- better," explained O'Steen. "Dr. out the candles. I

sent as were members of the Feelgoods of Bradford Hospital I Charter members present were ShowThe
Hospital Board of Directors and commend you for your past practiceof Effie Carter, An Felos, Ladies Get Preview of Arts and Crafts i

medical staff. Approximately 70 being a part of the healing team Marguerite Hall, Clare lae Knight

people attended what Administrator and I encourage you to keep practic- and Peggy Shaller. Jan. needlework knitted and crochetedItems
and invitedto
15 of Members
meeting the guests were
said "milestone"for ing the special magic that speeds the Past Presidents attending the shell creations
C E, O'Steen was a Woman's Club of Starke was a soup observe the widely diversifiedarts ceramics ,
the auxiliary. healing powers. celebration were: Anna Felos and salad luncheon sponsored by the and crafts which were portraits in pastel and pencil a

O'Steen congratulated the Aux- Prior to making his speech Midge Frick, Doris Overstreet, Ada Arts and Crafts Committee. displayed in the sunroom of the quilt, watercolors, an acrylic land-

ilians on their 30 years of service to O'Steen announced his new appoint- Reddish Del Ritch Lillian Stump Mrs. H. M. Connelly made the clubhouse.. This was a preliminaryto scape, and an oil painting.
the hospital. "You should all take ment as Administrator/Chief and Marjorie Thomson.Jr. table centerpieces which highlightedthe the District IV show which will be Ms Diann Douglas, Home

pride in your dedication and be proud Operating Officer of Santa Fe tables. Mrs. J.W. Griffin and held on Feb. 14 at the Jacksonville Economist, was then Introduced.
of the legacy you have left" said Healthcare's Suwannee Hospital in Woman's Club Mrs. George Roberts introduced Woman's Club. Mrs. Young and She spoke on ""How to Create a

O'Steen. Live Oak. Exec. Board MeetingThe their guests Mrs. A. Sheddan and Mrs Griffin will represent the Fashion Image. Using a combination -

Speaking on "Dr. Feelgoods", Following O'Steen's speech, Mrs. E. Biggs. Starke Woman's Club at this lun- of figure type color tone, j
O'Steen explained that there are Evelyn Griffin thanked O'Steen for Executive Board of the Junior Mistress of Ceremonies was Mrs. cheon and judging meeting.On budget and lifestyle, one should I

many "Dr. Feelgoods" who make up his work at the hospital. Roxanne Woman's Club will meet Monday, L.T. Young who introduced club display were articles hand- select clothing to "accentuate the

the healthcare team including Ruckdeschel then presented him Jan 27, at 7:30: p.m at the Western members modeling fashions they crafted by members, such as positive and minimize the ,,

nurses physicians, clergy, with a Gator football visor and gold Steer Steakhouse. had made during the past year. negative", Ms. Douglas said. Taking
Models were Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. UDC Meeting Held a good look at your closet perhapswith 'I
W.H. Haas, Mrs. N. Conti and Mrs. the help of a friend, may lead to
C.B. Ruckdeschel. At Western Steer the realization of other possibilitiesfrom

I Public Notices The W T. Weeks Chapter of the the clothing you already

United Daughters of the Confederacy possess.In .
met at the Western Steer the business: meeting, Member; :, .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH property set forth In the Final Judgmentof right of way curve a chord distance of Steakhouse on MOnday Jan.20. The'meetinfe'was ship Chairman ..Mrs. J. Blackshear
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Foreclosure: 100 feet thence North 8 degrees and 16,,,," c6nddctedby the pr,sf\-.' wefcomes'Mesdames Sapp.' Riherd; '',''
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA PARCEL NO. J.t All of the Northwest minutes East, ,370.77 feet, thence ,East d( dent, Mrs Franklyn Welsg rb t. "'and McC6iW.b"'as! the/'riewest, ,
Quarter of Northeast Quarter (NW 1/4 413.69 feet to the point of beginning, Mrs. Thelma Jenning was in members of the Woman's Club.
of NE West of Branch and North of containing 4.73 acres more or less of Mrs. C. E. O'Steen
CASE NO. 8551.CA CASE NO. 8S.110.CP ((1-3686)) 1/4)) charge of the program on "Southern gave a reporton
IN RE The Marriage Of IN RE: The Estate of Highway and Northeast Quarter of Nor Section 2; Folklore"Luncheon the upcoming Antique Show and
thwest Quarter NE 1/4 of NW 1/4)) All that part of West Half of NortheastQuarter
WALTER GARNER ETHEL MAE CHANCEY. ( was served followingthe Sale which has been'sold out" for !
Husband, Deceased. North of Highway, Section 2, Township 7 lying West of County gradedroad several months with a full comple- '
The tables
(now State Road 237)), and Nor program.
19 East.
and NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe South Range ment of over forth exhibitors signedup
thwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter of covered with lace cloths a
RHONDA L GARNER, less and Except: all existing roads and to show Mrs. is collec-
administration of the Estate of in Connelly
Section 12: centerpiece of camellias arranged
of Said lands containing 55acres
Wile ETHEL MAE CHANCEY, Deceased rights way ting "white elephants" for sale at
more or less, are located In Bradford ALL IN TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE an antique china bowl flanked by
File No. 85-110-CP ((1.3686)) Is pendingIn Florida. 19 EAST: colonial figurines. the Club's Strawberry Boutique dur-
WALTER GARNER the Circuit Court for Bradford County the three of the show. All
Said lands containing 439 acres moreor Rhoda ing days
2705 Riverview Avenue PARCEL NO. 2-: Lots One ((1)I), Two ((2)), Guests present were
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132 County, Florida Probate Division, Three ((3)), and Four ((4)) of Block Five ((5)), less, In Bradford County, Florida are Dampier, Miss Judy Broughton club members are urged to bring ar-
the address of which Is Bradford subject to existing right of ways for ticles they are donating for sale to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition In Lynwood Park Subdivision at Alachua. Mrs. Effie Carter, Mrs. Linda
County Courthouse, Starke Florida roads and ditches in connection the Feb. and March
for Dissolution of Marriage has Florida according to Plot. These are public Sullivan, Mrs. Joan Hall and Mrs.
32091 recorded In Plot Book "8", 73 and therewith, and for public utilities meetings.Mrs. .
page Laura Lee
been filed and are required to servea Wiggins
you The and addresses of the
names DATED this 7th day of January, 1986. Griffin announced that
copy of your written objections, if any, Personal Represetnative and the Personal also recorded in Plat Book 'C pag.79B GILBERT S. BROWN
on RANDY KAMMER-PHILLIPS whose ad- of public records of Alachua County, Starke will host the District IVPresident's
Representatives attorney are Clerk of the Court
dress Is THREE RIVERS LEGAL SERVICES set forth below. Florida. Rt. Rev. Cerveny Council meeting on Fri-
Beulah MoodyDeputy
INC 309 NE. First Street Gainesville, All Interested are required DATED this 9th day of January, 1986.A. By Clerk day, Jan. 24. This meeting is for the
Florida, 32601 who Is Wife's, attorney, to file with this persons Court. WITHIN CURTIS POWERS 1/16 2tchg 1/23 Honored at ReceptionA president and first vice-president of
on or before, February 14, 1986, and file THREE MONTHS OF THE FIRST Clerk of Circuit Court reception was held Sunday, Jan all clubs in the district. Mrs. R.A.
the original with the Clerk of this Court PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all By Deputy Clerk 19 in the Parish Hall of St. Mark's Green Jr., will chair this luncheon
either before service on Petitioner's attorney claims the and 1/l62tchg 123IN meeting.
against estate ((2)) any Episcopal Church honoring the Rt.
or immediately will thereafter entered; objection by an interested person to NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Rev. Frank S. Cerveny Bishop of
otherwise a Default be whom notice was mailed that REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Florida following the Service of New ArrivalsDavid
relief demanded In
for the
you challenges the validity of the will Pursuant to Section 865.09. FloridaStatutes Confirmation and Reception given
the Petition.
the qualifications of the Personal notice Is hereby given that the
by the Bishop.
WITNESS hand and seal of this
my Representative, venue, or jurisdiction Tla Osborn and Lillian Ab Alexander
Those confirmed were Brandi Ledger
Court on the 16th day of January 1986
at Starke, Bradford County, Florida. of the Court. THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH bolt joint owners, doing business under Noegel, Jane and John Stanwix-Hay David and Deborah Ledger of
GILBERT BROWN ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the firm name of Charlotte's Webb, 138 and Timothy W. Hannon was received Ponce de Leon announce the birth of
Clerk of the Circuit Court inlo the Parish. son, David Alexander born
RED.Publication Intends to register said fictitious name Dec. 28 in Humana in Ft.
Marian McRae The refreshment tables were Hospital
of this Notice has
CASE NO. 85-347-CA under the aforesaid statute.Dated .
Deputy Clerk covered with white linen cloths, Mrs. Walton. He joins a brother Steven
begun on 1/23/86. of
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA this 6th day January, A.D.
1/23 4tchg 213IN Attorney for Personal Representative Plaintiff 1986 In Bradford County. Patricia Slack presided at the punch Paul, age 7. Steven's birthday is
Dec. 28 also.Paternal .
: 1/94tpd 1/30 bowl and Mrs. Larry Noegel servedthe

TERENCE M BROWN P.A. vsN.. G. HAYES, JR. personal decorated cake. < grandmother is Barbara
P. O. Drawer ...0SIork. representative of the Estateof The sandwich table was centered Harrington. Paternal great-

., Fla. 32091904.96oC.8272 RUBY B, HAYES deceased, et al, OF INTENTIONTO with an arrangement of pastel colored grandmother is Lena B. O'Neal,
NOTICE both of Starke.
NAME silk tlowers and the mantel
THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH BY JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE REGISTER Section FICTITIOUS 865.09. FloridaStatutes over the fireplace had a matching

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Personal Representative: Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto Pursuant, notice to Is hereby given that theundersigned arrangement flanked by brass John F.O'Neal, Jr.
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. NANCY T. DAVIS the Final Judgment of Foreclosure H. L. Dye and H. L. Dye III. candelabra Mrs. Kenneth Roach Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin
Star Rt. 1. Box 126 entered In the above-ityled action on S. Walnut Street Starke Florida presided at the coffee table.At O'Neal Sr., of Lawtey announce the
CASE NO. 86.1-CP ((1.3700)) Hampton, Florida 32044 January 7, 1986, I will sell to the highestand 900 32091 are joint owners, doing business the end of the reception, Fr. birth of a son, John Franklin Jr.,
IN RE: The Estate of 1/232tchg 1/30 best bidder for cash at the East doorof under the firm name of fried Chicken Gilbert Grosby presented a religious born Jan. 4 at Orange Park.

GERTRUDE D. BEASLEY, the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Factory Inc. (DBA Bradford. Family book to each confirmed and a Maternal grandparents are Mr.

Deceased. Court, Bradford County Courthouse In Restaurant, 900 S. Walnut St., Starke, prayer book to Timothy Hannon to and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis Jr., of
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Starke, Bradford County Florida at Florida 32091)). Intends to register said commemorate the occasion. Bishop Lawtey. Great-grandparents are
administration of the Estate of 11:00: a.m., Eastern Standard Time on under the aforesaid Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis of
FLORIDA. EIGHTH fictitious name Cerveny was a luncheon guest of Fr. Sr.
GERTRUDE D. BEASLEY. Deceased.File the 14th day of February, 1986 the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN statute and Mrs. Crosby at the rectory Lawtey and Mrs. Fanny Loyd.Paternal .
g6.1 CP ((1.3700)) is pendingin described set forth In
No. following property
for Bradford AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYCASENO..6S1932CA Dated this 6th day of January 1986 In before returning to his home in grandparents are Mr.
Court Final of Foreclosure
the Circuit the Judgment :
Bradford County. and Mrs. Willie Dean of Maxville.
County, Florida, Probate Division All that part of Southeast Quarter of 1/9 4tchg 1/30 Jacksonville
the address of which is Bradford : Southwest Quarter lying East of Grade
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida DIVISION C road (now State Road 18)) and South Half
321>91 FEDERAL LAND of Southeast Quarter ol Section 34; I
The names and addresses of the Plaintiff, South Half of Northwest Quarter of NOTICEOF .
Personal Represetnative and the Per- vs Southwest Quarter and Southwest '
E. A.
sonal Representatives attorney are and Quarter of Southwest Quarter.of Section Notice I I. hereby given that I I. Dolph E.

set forth below MARCHA D. HAYES, His wife, 35; Reddish a. sheriff of Bradford County.
required RANGE 19
All interested persons are IN TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH
and virtue of Writ of
to file with this Court WITHIN EAST:
OF THE FIRST on agency of the Government of theUnited of Execution, to wit:
Southwest Quarter
THREE MONTHS South Half of Issued out of County Court
NOTICE ((1)) all States; Execution
and ((2)) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting andNortheast of Bradford County, Florida pursuant to
claims against the estate any theFARMERS East Half of Northeast Quarter 6 Final Judgment for S A W Discount
objection by an Interested person to through HOME ADMINISTRATION Quarter of Southeast Quarter Parts of Starke, Florida. and against 1I
whom notice was mailed that and all that portion of Northwest defendant In the
Brenda Manning
challenges the validity of the will ,UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT Quarter of Northeast Quarter lying East amount of 250000. together with costs
of the Personal AGRICULTURE: less and at
the qualifications of Branch except commence
Representative, v.nu., or jurisdiction GOLDKIST, INC.: the Northeast corner of Northeast of collection.seized and have In .
PRODUCING COMPANY and Have my possession
of the Court. PENNZOIL ; Quarter and run thence South along East described personal t 'i -' r
the following
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONSNOT JABO ENTERPRISES. INC., d/b/a line of Section 816.6 feet to the point of _
SO FILED Will BE FOREVER BAR- JOHN D. CARVER, JR., beginning, thence continue South along property 1967 Chevrolet to wit: Truck I

RED. Defendants.NOTICE Section line 572.65 feet to a point In CE537A146998As ,
Publication of this Notice has OF SALE North right of way of State Road 18, sold of the above named i
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto the property r r
begun on 1/23/86. of Foreclosure point being on a curve, thence North 62degrees defendant and that on Monday, the 3rd j
for Personal R.pres.ntative Judgment minutes West said
Attorn.y action ,7 along rightof of February 1986, at two o'clock on said
entered In the above-styled on
chord distance of 111
: way curve a of the Bradford
November 21, 1985 as modified, byModlfl.d day on the premises
TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A.P feet thence North 64 degrees 32 Jail I will offer for sale and sell
Final of Foreclosure County
O. Drawer 40 minutes West along said right of way bidder for cash in hand
entered by this Court on January 9, 1986 to the highest
Stark. Fla. 32091 curve) a chord distance of 100 feet described of said
I will sell to the highest and best bidder the above property
5 ..
9049648272B thence North 66 degrees, minutesWest the aforesaid Execut .
for cash at the Main Door of the Office of defendant to satisfy
R. HOBBS, JR. along said right of way curve a
Personal Representative: the Clerk of the Circuit Court Alachua chord distance of 100 feet thence North on. DOLPH E. REDDISH, Sheriff, 03 3uipejj.Moquieu 1
JEANNETTE D. KINCAID County Courthouse In Gainesville, 68 degrees, 23 minutes West along said Bradford County, Floridal94tchgl30
409 N. Walnut Street Alachua County Florida at 11:00: A.M., right of way curve a chord distance of "
Stork. Florida 32091 Eastern Standard Time on the 11th day of 100 feet thence North 70 degrees, 21
1/23 2tchg 1/30 February 1986 the following described minutes, 30 seconds West along said

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January U, 19146 TKI.KGHAHII

Overstreet-Cooney Honored with Reception. Jan. 18 at Woman's ClubMembers

of the Starke-Bradford during the evening by Dr. and Mrs. roses, irises, lilies, baby's breath adorned by candelabras on either Hosts and Hostesses lor the even
County Chamber of Commerce Len Schlofman and Steve Futch. and fern. Garlands of ivy and satin side. ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Autry, Scott Roberts, Dr. and Mrs. Len
Board of Governors honored Miss They were then invited Into the ribbons were draped from the Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark, Mr. Schlofman, Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
Catrell Overstreet and Michael ballroom to visit with the honored tables. The floral theme was carriedout Misses Cathy Gillingham and and Mrs. Eddie Douglas, Mr. and Tomlinson, Byron Terwillegar, and
Cooney at a reception on Jan. 18 at couple and their families. Areas in on smaller tables throughout the Elizabeth Rowell assisted in servo Mrs. G.K. Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Steve .Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty.
the Starke Woman's Club. Approximately the ballroom were highlighted with room. Silver appointments were us- ing. Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. John Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gill-
500 people were Invited to lighted ficus trees and candlelight.The ed throughout the party area. Schmidt, and Miss Christie Johns inghair1, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jones, The honored
couple was
call between the hours of 8-10 main table was centered witha The :;.. Iiuutn
p.m. .1 was highlightedwith provided of
entertamrncnt and
an evening Mr. Mrs. John Miller, Ms.Susan an engraved silver tray from
Guests were greeted at the door candelabra arrangement of sonya a flowing campagne fountain, on On* pl.lnnChristian '1r. and Mrs. the hosts and hostesses

I Items of InterestSt.

Marks Women china pattern as a memento of the ficers for the purpose of instructing
occasion from the hostesses.The them on the correct procedures and Singles New Film, "Twice Given"To Pine Level Youth

Have MeetingThe hostesses for the gala affair protocol of Initiating nine new Monthly Meetings Set Be Shown at Pine Level Enjoy Skiing Trip
women of St. Mark's held were Mrs. Guy H. Sale, Mrs. Leila members. Meeting is scheduled for
their meeting in the Parish House on Mundy, Mrs. Mary Covington,Linda Feb. 10 at 3:30: p.m. Christian Singles in Action will The full length color motion picture The Senior High Youth Depart-
Wednesday, Jan. 15 with Mrs. AI K. Gillingham and Kathleen Gill- meet on the second and fourth Friday "Twice Given", will be shownat ment of Pine Level Baptist Church
Carlisle presiding.The ingham. Initiation of the new members will nights, at 7 p.m. in the church Pine Level Baptist Church on Sun left Dec. 31 for a four-day trip to the
worship program was con be held on Feb. 11. It will be preceded annex of Church of God on 422 N. St. day, Jan. 26 at 6:30: p.m. mountains of Georgia and Ten
Clair St., Starke. "Twice Given" is the dramatic, nessee. On New Years Day, the
ducted by Mrs. Flossie Prescott. Covered Dish by a covered dish supper at 6
Dinner p.m. true
President Carlisle conducted the and the initiation ceremonies will be Covered dish dinners are held on story of a family's battle with group went snow skiing at Dillard,
business meeting and outlined plansfor Planned For SinglesAll conducted at 7 p.m. at the American the fifth Fridays of months With five death and their victory of love. The Ga. Later that evening, they enjoyeda
film is
weeks. based on the true life story of large dinner at the Dillard House
the for the coming Legion Home at 715 Edwards Rd.
group year. ,
singles Invited covered Tom and
are to Pam
Christian Williams and
Mrs. Gilbert Brown was in chargeof Starke. Adults ages 20 and over their Restaurant Upon returning to the
the which dish dinner Friday night at 6:30: and invited to attend. death struggle with bacterial men- hotel, a devotional and testimony
program was on Jan. 24 at the
p.m. First Baptist ingitis. time was held.
religion. Several members par Church of Starke The new members are: Laura
corner of Clark
went to
On Jan. 2, the group
ticipated in the presentation. and Jefferson Streets. Ritch, Delia Cole, Carol Ashline, Pastor Roman Alvarez and Pine Gatlmburg, Tenn., where they enjoyed
Suzie Alvarez and Please join us with your favorite Virginia Ekard, Audrey Aubin, Local Realtors Attend Level Baptist Church invites sightseeing and shopping.
covered dish and a friend. Call the Beverly Blacksheer and Helen Orlando ConventionCecelia everyone to attend this special service Some of the members of the group
Eric Walker HonoredAt church at 964-6562 for more Informa- Wilkcrson. The new Junior Pine Level is located 3 miles also went ice skating and tobogganing. -
HouseAn tion. After 5 p.m., call Doris Robertsat Members joining are Lottie Cole and Terwillegar, President of west of Starke on SR 100. .
9645675. June Cole. All are from Starke.On the Bradford-Union Board of
Open House honoring Suzie Realtors and Vernie Odom,
Alvarez and Eric Walker, whose Am. Leg AuxiliaryTo Feb. 25, there is to be a Leader Secretary, attended the 86th In-
marriage was held Jan. 18, was heldat ship School at the Keystone Heights augural Meetings of the Florida .
the home of Linda and Keith Gill- Initiate New MembersToni American Legion Post Home 202 at 8 Assn. of Realtors in Orlando Jan. 15
ingham on Jan. 11 from 8-10 p.m. Coss, President of the a.m. It is expected that the Starke and 16.Susan. iIIFi&S11I1V1i61 SHOPPE
Eric and Suzie were presentedwith American Legion Auxiliary, is call- American Legion Auxiliary will be Reddish attended Jan. 16,
a dinner plate in their selected ing a special meeting of all the of- 100 percent in attendance. 17,18. David Dodge attended Jan. 16. 107 E. Call Street 964-4524 .

Hampton HilitesBy Now Serving Breakfast :

? BRADFORD from 6 a.m.10 am. Monday thru Friday
Dolores Meng chaperones Jean Collins, Virgie
Phone 46S-1915 Darley and Sallye Scoggins
I ly HUMANE SOCIETY BookmobileThe Visitors : Breakfast Special
Bradford County Bookmobile Mr. and Mrs. George C. Ward of
serves this area every Tuesday from Columbus Ga. to
964.8288 964-7789 spent Friday 9ge
1 12:30 until 2:30: at the Post Office Monday visiting her sister and Everyday! .
parking lot. brother-in-law, Bill and Jewel
CondolenceSympathy Young, and other relatives in the BUFFET ON FRIDAY

Look In Your Own Back YardAnimal and friends is extended of Mr. Connie to the Mack family area.No School Friday .

Clark who died suddenly on Jan. 15. .
control: Recently we trol will never be achievedyou Mr. Clark who served as principal of teacher Friday planning, Jan. 24,day.is scheduled Students as will a Stop by and oat in our newly remodeled dining! aria
have read and heard many things cannot control this type of problem Hampton Elementary School for the have this day off. TAKE-OUTS AVAILABLE
about animal control with no real _
by simply destroying stray past twelve years will be January A aLP
answer as to who is responsiblefor dogs at random, must remembered
you go as a friendly, helpful 1-Margaret Wadsworth and
taking action. We should all back to the root of the problempet person who appreciated that 'the William McKenzie 4-David
agree uncaring pet owners (those ownersand encourage themto best things in hie are free.' Padgett ; Loiacano GAS
who allow their animals to breedat ; 5--Jimmy ;
properly care for their pets as Mrs. Mabel Sanders who
6--Wyatt Collins Bill and Mike
random, roam neighborhoodsday well as completely understandthe volunteered in the Reading Programat 7-David Meng OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 AM 7 PM
Meng 8--Charles
; Grady;
and night, causing destruction community's ordinances and Hampton Elementary died on Casner, Jason Padgett and Elaine Ice Gasoline Diesel Fuel RV Supplies Convenience Store
and spreading diseases their importance.The Jan. 16. She had devoted much timeto Rhoden 9-Ahce Waters
; Faye ;
because they are unvaccinated,
helping children and will be miss
of Starke has 11-Brenda Bawek 12-Chris '"
City made lit
Meng '
etc.) are the real problems. The r"- .
ed. We extend our sympathy also to -
animals are not at fault tie, if any, real effort to advise and Cory Wright; 13-Tracy KOA" .
; her family and friends. \
however, they are the ones who people their dogs are required to Bradley; 14-Earselene Zimmer > ',
Brownies Cookout
be licensed, innoculated, wear a man; 15--Donnie Roberts; 16--Anna 7
will be in
to solve
destroyed hopes .
Friday night Brownies Troop 161 .
tag and also( prohibited from Booker, Andy Frey and Angela t-7
run !
This is at.
our growing problem. not
the ning at large. Without these four enjoyed an outdoor cookout of ham- Strickland; 17--David Green; ..... '
answer. simple acts being enforced, there burgers and hot dogs at Camp 19--Candy Pons and Mark Smith; Hwy: 301 1 South h 964-8484
There is no state law that requires can be no animal control, Crystal. The eleven girls spent the 20--Bradley Snow; 21--Eddie Lloyd. STARKE KOA KAMPCROl'ND'
,m'y' city or county? to construct because these are the laws that night at a cabin there and returned
operate"or 'marnhin"a" control animals. home Saturday.They v
shelter, therefore,it is entirely up were accompanied by their ,
to each community to take this troop leader, Betsy Hersey and byBROWN'S ,
responsibility upon themselvesfor I Weight at e

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Most being of shelters both people are built and pets.and i 1986 QuickStart viA t Program!

operated under the guidelines of \ '-, USEDURNITURE E HoAhe
the Humane Society of the United
States (there are no state stan .
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.."..u".:, one win in the last three "It's tough to play in someoneelse's Pat Diggs and UIIS center Eddie action and didn't blow the per CleafaiilPRlCESrstASHEDllHURrlt
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Lake Butler back over to BHS.
was the loser
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according everybody, inside. Keith hit a five Levi Simmons
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Saturday Godwin, were how foot jumper to put the Tiger five key for
with up a five foot
a BHS win 6762. On their road jumper with 25
patiently they handled their offense,
54-52 with
3:32: to play. BUS missed seconds left
trip toSt. Augustine, the Tornadoes that they moved the ball well and two shots.Simmons putting BHS up 5654.
lofted an air ball Keith
lost 47-77 and missed a short jumper which
were blown out of the how they and
set-up got good shots. from
corner and a five foot would
BHS have tied the I 1 1
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by Top scorers for BHS were Cooper jumper by Herbie Cooper bouncedoff Bradford's
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Friday, Jan. 24, in.a road game at 54 finally was called fora foul with 1:54: out. running -
Santa Fe. Tuesday, Jan. 28, BHS BHSt Cooper I-M7, Mitchell -1-13, Dlgql left. Jackson missed the free throw Keith hit a short jumper with five
plays at home against a-l-I Simmons 1-0-4, Long 1-0-10.. Totals 14-1-1I and Bradford's
Keystone and Frank
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St.Augustine Lewis 1-1 Dull 1-0-1 Taylor41t scoring. Lake
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meeting, Jan. 31. BUS 67 UIIS 62 game. But Mitchell's steal from and the game ended on that note.pass
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Facing off against a big, strong Lake Lee Scruggs was right on top of the
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Girls improve record to 8-4, face tough Keystone Heights; hereThe

Lady Tornado five will host Sophomore forward Felicia Davis 1.I/I't, Glllty 1'1/7 14 ,
140 \\3
Ji li\ ]ti oIr .in" l is he'd call fouls
j Inn on 30-23 at the half. BHS
10 Slater.
was up by
the 11.3 Indians from led BHS with 18
Keystone High despite
points -
BUS 67, Orange Park idilur Ihin letting! (them runav.ay after the third
tonight (Thursday, Jan. 23) in the a quarter on the bench. Marla 53 with period and won by 14 Mosley and Jenkins played out
Bradford High gym in a tough area Reddish had 10. Davis also led in rebounding BHS battled the officials dnd said if 1ganlc/I Hi'1 And the official points, 67-53. Center Barbara Mosley front against Orange Park. With OP
game. with 12. Barbara Mosley Orange Park last Thursday, Jan 16, would he protested he led BHS with 22 points,Felicia Davis up 6-lSlater put Ann Starling in the
The JV plays at 6:30: p.m., the varsity had 10 rebounds. when the Raiders visited (he BUS lei'hniral l tool whistled down for a had 20 points, and Marla Reddish 15. game and BHS ran off 11
at 8 p.m. gym and lost 67.53.. Sldtersaid he thought Davis led the BUS squad in rebounding unanswered points to go up 12-6, and
The Indian ladies blew the Brad BHS fenced off Eastside's tall girl, nothing iilxuit what he heard the ofIkials with 17. Mosley had 8 rebounds BHS never gave up the lead.
ford girls out in earlier this season F. Gilley, with a girl in front of her BHS led all the WilY hut could lalkiiiK, iilxiut and 7 assists Orange Park beat BHS by one and
when BHS visited the and a girl behind. But Gilley still led never put the game aw.o' UI''lIuse two points last season.
gym.. The Indians are Keystone led 9-2 High All. ES with 16 points. every time the Tornado gills: got As BUS: IvKiin to pull ahead the of- The BHS girls are getting good at
Area center Sheila Tomlinion by ahead by 10 to 15 points, an officials li>'iil would start I culling fouls on the stealing the basketball Coach Slater BHS
whois BHS 11 19 19 IS
f 67
1q4 8 12 42 would call fouls on h itS until Orange BHS girls "Kinully, Slater said, he says. Against OP, Felicia Davis had .
averaging 20( points and 14 rebounds Eastsid 9 13 6 7 3S led :5 steals Orange Park 8 15 16 11 53
out in the
Park got back within 10 UJ' so points poir ( official that all the and Angel Spell and Bar-
per game Bradford: Janklni "311-3. Radditn 1-4/4-10, foul won- being called on the Tor- bara Mosley 4 each. Bradford. Raddlih 4-1/4-15 SNIT 1-0/s-a,
SIMM' 1'I/I-4, Motley 11/1, Davit '1/1 IS. Coach Slater Mousy I 4/1111 Janklna I.V2'3. Davit. (-./...
The Keystone attack is not totally TOI.,. lvil1441Catlaldai said he overheardone nat liviMR official. called Slater Totali 20.123307.Orange .
dominated by Tomlinson, however, Johnson 1-0/1-2. Good.,, 1-011'2. official telling the other before rlo< '1)1.1 livlinic-ul foul! "We hustled and Park Malart 4.1/4-U, Smith 7.t/.1I.
who is just a junior on a team with no Falrten 2.0/2.4, Johnson 2.0/04. Stroman the game that if one team got ahead I Sit d I 118 J after (the first period, We passed the basketball played well real,"well.said 13 Krause-7/14 n.M. 40/10. Whlttlanauar (0/110 Total
sEniors. Two sophomore forwards
have been coming on strong lately -
Jen Johnsen and Ronda Arzie. Also
look for strong play by four
Tish Redfearn, Barbara Grabowski guards -, ._. ,._ .

Debbie Weaver and Tiffany .., ........- --

BHS is now 8-4 and has been winning
with a balanced scoring attack.
The latest wins were 67-53 over
Orange Park and 43-35 over
Gainesville Eastside. (
"We've got a big one Thursday
night We're really looking forwardto INN(9

this Keystone game," says Tornado -
Coach John Slater, who Tornado -
girls are much improved since
the first meeting with KHS. BHS last
beat Keystone in Starke three or

four years ago. For the most part, ,
Keystone has dominated BHS. -
BHS center Barbara Mosley is RESERVED RIGHTS
averaging 14.8 points WINH Oil I K1OM* INC
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guard Marla Reddish, the team SupermarketTM
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sophomore forward Felicia Davis
has come on strong lately and is
averaging 12. .
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next Thursday, Jan. 30, when they ..: DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD ONLY
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BHS was down by 7 with 1V4
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Starling in the game, the BUS PRICES GOOD
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unanswered points for af 22-22 tie at
the half BHS was up 30.28 after
three quarters, and won the fourth
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"Ann Starling did an outstandingjob r/ ? ,
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BUS 48, Middleburg 43 s
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Opening for the varsity, the JV FoR f\
won theirs 48-43 over the visiting
Broncos, but couldn't help their big-
ger brothers any.
BHS jumped out to an early lead NATIONAL.MEAT *
and wasn't seriously challenged until
the fourth quarter. The little
whirlwinds won the first period 14-13 =1 ji WEEK
and ended the first half at 2718.

Coming back in the third period, it rte January 26-February 1.1986
was 11-9 for BHS but in the fourth
period, the Broncos came back 10-16 v ti' W
but couldn't roll-up enough to pull 0. I ;hkGr a ,, y i'
out the win. "
Top scorer for BUS was Smith 1
with 18 points.
BHS 14 13 11 10 41 I
Mlddlaburg 13 5 U-43 : s ,
BHS Norman 3.3., Blvt 4-.., Chandlar] Id, A I U. S. CHOICE '
JanKInt 114. Smith t 0-11
MHS: Jackson 1-0-1, Smlin 1.-.. Moldlitf
7.0.14, Marcar 41.0, Barbar I..-.. Juitln>>..
BUS 62, Lake Butler 67 1 1 'Qa1p1 ur1Vyl.

In a high scoring game, the
visiting Union County Tigers took
the win home from the Baby Tornadoes -
62-67 last Thursday night
Jan. 16
At the half, it was UCHS 32 and
BUS 28, with two more periods to
play.. At the end of the third, BHS
had a slim one point lead and by the r g.y
end of the fourth quarter, the score I

was tied 5656. ,,, _
In overtime, the Tigers outscoredthe 1I
Tornadoes 11-6 for the win. I i1' '
BHS 13 15 12 1* t2
UCHS 19 13 7 17 11 67
1 9 a
BHJ: Norman Mil. lly 111 Chandlarl
.- .13. Jonkini "0-12. smith B-(-14, JonMni
1..0-1. Tol.lli 2',4-63.
UCHS Oitairt 14-10 Thomas" ,...23. Handar- !-Tfl .
Ion 1+3. Taylor f.0-11. Warran 1.0-4. Mill 1-1-. r CLL {t QQ1.
Totals: 14IS47BUS
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It was a bad trip to St. Augustinefor ,lr. L es
the the JV basketballers who
lost 47-77 there last Saturday, Jan.
The only Tornado to get into double -
figures was Spencer Smith, who
got 14 for the evening.
St. Augustine got off to an early
lead with a 20-10( first quarter lead
and by half-time it was 35-23 for
them. That told the story for the rest
of the game.
BHS 10 13 I 14-47
St.Auguatlna 20 15 It 24-77
BHS: Norman 3.3-'. BlyO 4-1'. Chandlar I-1-S
Janlclni t1-1. Smith 4-1-14 Moaaly 1-*-2. Total
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II. i Tornadoes Beat Union County- Tigers, ,; Fall To Broncos

from page 7A> defense and a full court press. BHS Simmons 5, Cecil Jackson /. and
Levi! Simmons scored 20 points. 16
uiuiik: uuiblis caught up with 3:21 bad problems with it at first, then of them coming in the second half in Simon Mitchell 2.
left in the first period on good sh settled down and did mucn butler. BHS 10
which he kept the Tornado five in the IS 10 U M
ooting from the outside. BHS was up Down 13-4 at one point, BHS then hita Fnmr: Sfro! ..,.",n" wmil rt**"t' into' II!,. UHS 10 f 22 15 U.rld.h
15-10 after the first period and 25-19 stretch' !in which it outscored LB ,
at the half Lake Butler won the 13.2 and took the lead. BHS used a key and shoot a short jumper most of Mitchell, 1-1/1-9 tlmmoitl, DINT 1-414-It.M/4-i. Jickun Cx>**r M/M9 4d/46
third period 22-20 to close the gap to zone defense the entire game. the time. _- LWII 1-/H, HtmptMt ,..-I. Wimmmt/ I.H.TMcIl .
/ four. BHS won the fourth period BHS didn't shoot very well from Herbie Cooper led BHS with 17 re- MlllH.Unlm .
1513. the field,hitting 35.6 percent,or 26 of bounds and 15 points. Frank Long illf, .Mlihi mm IKiim Jcckxn 4-f-/l-IJ 111MeCII", tlnmantr '.,,
Lake Butler used a man-to man 73 shots. had 7 rebounds Pat Diggs 6, Levi >.....T.t"n 1,//.....

r'r +1 0. Tornado Wrestlers Keep On Trying Before Home CrowdKeeping I

on keeping on, the wrestling 220 and Heavyweight classes. Ocala Vanguard. Out of a 13-team field, the Tor
Tornadoes lost another dual Winning for the Tornadoes were IHS u. Bok.r 4* nadoes were able to place three
meet to Baker High last Wednesday, Individual rnulhl41orrl/. 10,-Brad Or..n members with Brad Green and
1 18.49, but never laid down and died. Brad Green at 105, Danny Hughes at WP, 111- Danny Huohti WIPIr lit- John Bruce Davis placing second and
112 and Bruce Davis at 155. Hamilton Ul-ll), lit- aid Ruiull. L17-lab III- Dennis Cumming with a fourth.
Y Forfeits, which have Mike Eld.r LIPI. 111Dannli
the )
plagued tumminpLI1.171.
/ Tornadoes all Next on the Tornado agenda is a 14J.limit e.rv.r Ll-ll, 151Bruce Brad Green competed in the 105
raise 'their year continued to dual meet with Flagler Palm Coast oavii WIII"I. M7-Mike stuiwiii/ LP,lu,aio pound class and Bruce Da vi. wrestled
head, forcing BHS to Wednesday Jan. 23 after press time and Haavywalght forfeits.Middleburg at 155. Dennis Cummings com
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Pace.IA TELEGRAPH January 23, 1988 .

L. Norman Gets 10 Months DOC For -Selling Cocaine in Bradford.

The leader of a cocaine and mariJuana undercover agent in September of dismissal of the original charges. in Jacksonville May 23, 1984 and probation and fined$10.000. of Law Enforcement$3,000.
ring that operated in Bradford 1984. New charges of conspiracy to trafficin charged with trafficking in cocaine.He Circuit Judge John J Crews placed Norman will begin serving his
County in 1984 was sentenced Mon- cocaine were filed by the state pled to
guilty drug possessionand Norman on ten years probation, fin- sentence from Bradford County at
day in Circuit Court to serve 10 mon- It was the second trial for Norman June 28.Norman. was sentenced January 3,1986 to ed him $5,000 and ordered him to the completion of the Duval County
ths in the Department of Corrections who had received a judgement of acquittal 364 days in the county jail,five vears reimburse the Florida Department sentence.
on the original charge of trafficking was arrested with John- ,
nie Blaine Thompson and 22 other
cocaine on June 21. This was
Lewis Jacob(L.J.) Norman,42,of because according to Florida law, Bradford County residents on
Wellborn will begin serving the more than 28-grams of cocaine must various drug related charges. All of
sentence after he is released from be involved in the transaction. Even those defendants have been sentenced Get in
Duval I County where he is in-. though the powder Norman sold to tion.to serve time or placed on proba- Shape for the
( .ircerated on other drug charges.A undercover agents weighed

42-grams, it was only 37percentpure Norman was returned to Duval :
jury found Norman guilty in a cocaine. His attorney pointedout County Monday following his senten- r--T-:
111a1! Oct 23 in Bradford County Cir- that he had sold
actually approximately cing where he is serving time at the -
>nit! Court of selling cocaine to an 15.5 grams,which led to the prison farm. Norman was arrested NEWYEARi

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January 23.*981 TELEGRAPH Pale IIA

Bradford State Attorney Received Over 400 Felony Cases in 1985

The case load last year in the An increase in worthless check Five of the cases were prison were received. Charles Jackson arrested Dec. 18 Sworn complaint charging grand
felony division of the local state at- cases filed with the state attorneywas related. for aggravated assault with deadly theft; case dismissed Insufficent
torney's office is down slightly but noted in 1985. 154 cases were Informations were filed on 33 prior The following defendants received insufficient evidence as to evidence as to this defendant.
not significately,with 434 cues filed prosecuted which is too many for cases and the office declined to prosecute final Nora disposition in December. weapon this defendant; case lacks prosecutive Sworn complaint charging grand
in 1985, according to Investigator this size community judging from nine cases. Eleven cases L.Johnson was charged with merit. theft; case lacks prosecutive merit.
Wiley Clark. past experience, said Clark.A were dismissed. issuing a worthless chck to Econo Sworn complaint charging Sworn complaint charging sexual
The decline for 1963 was mainly a program should be Initiated by Seven guilty pleas were acceptedand Lodge dismissed.; restitution made case shooting into occupied vehicle; case battery; insufficent evidence as to
decline in the cases referred to local merchants In order to prevent two appeals were handled by the David dismissed, victim does not wish to this defendant.
office. There were two jury trials in Marion Morrison was arrested -
Bradford felony court from the excessive worthless check cases Nov. prosecute. Beverly Hankerson charged with
2 for
prison system. There were considerable said Clark. December. aggravated bat. welfare fraud defendant completed
tery Marion Tyrone Lee charged with ;
less homicide cases with Clark feels it would be simple for Thirty-eight misdemeanor cases ; case division.transferred to misdemeanor grand theft; insufficent evidence as pretrial intervention (PTI) pro-
the Banister murder being the 'big smaller merchants to contact each were received and 15 prior cases
to this defendant. gram.
case' for the year, said Clark. The other as soon as they receive a bad were dismissed. Thirteen guilty for child abuse arrested June 7 Sworn complaint charging Bill Glenn charged with issuing
drug cases and check, so others would be warned. pleas were accepted and three cases ; case dismissed, in- worthless of Starke
involving Thompson received nonjudicial action. There sufficient evidence as to this defendant burglary; victim does not wish to check to City ;
Norman also time .
were consuming.The restitution made.
five year average In felonies The Bradford Office of the State were five nonjury trials and the office .... prosecute.
was 448.6. Felony cases filed in 1984 Attorney received 42 new individualcases declined to prosecute seven
was 473, filed in 1983 was 474 cases, and/or felony defendants for cases in December.
filed in 1982 was 442 cases and in 1981 prosecution during the month of Five petitions were filed in LORIDA
was 420 cases. December. juvenile court and two new petitions PEST I I s eONTROI

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Tex will be --7.Guog.StwI, .
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Mazie Clara Hurst C. Bowe Bowe 76, of 11: l selling New & Used Shaft-Top&Sid Fwd. /fps/.lrftrItlic,n..,699- i s

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na Ward of Jacksonville; five grand- your
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P.J.1ZA TELEGRAPH January 23. 1888

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Connie Mack Clark
Mr. Cooper was born in Daleville, James Howell CavenderMr. Curtiss A.
Alabama. He moved to Lake Butler
Connie Mack Clark, 53, of Hampton from Miami ten years ago where he of James Howell Cavender 61, Curtiss A. Marlowe. 57, of
Keystone Wednesday
Lake, Hampton, died Wednes-- had retired from Greyhound Bus Heights died Ocala: died Monday, Jan. 20 at his
day, Jan. 1}at his home after an ap Lines. He was a veteran of WWII, a Jan.In 15 in Alachua General residence, following a long illness.
parent heart attack member of the American Legion and sudden Illness.Mr. Gainesville. following a Born Dec. 6, 1928, in Newberry, < CWt
Born in Miami on Jan. 2,1933, Mr. the Lake Butler Chapter of the VFW. Mr. Marlowe moved to Ocala: 12 lY
Clark began working as a teacher at Survivors include his wife in Cavender was born July 17, years ago from Starke. He was a
Lawtey Elementary from 1960-62, Margaret Jackson Cooper of Lake 1924 Elbridge, Tennessee. He member of St. Paul's United
then served as principal of Lawtey Butler; four brothers, William H. moved to from Keystone Heights two Methodist in Ocala.: He was an Army 504 W. Call St. 964-8431
Elem from 6264. He was principalof Cooper of Miami, A. P. Cooper of years ago Brunswick, Ga. He veteran of the Korean conflict.
was a service station
Bradford High School 1964-67. He Sebring, William Shelley Cooper of manager for Mr. Marlowe was a FFA teacher
Oil Co. and
was a guidance counselor at Polk Hollywood, Fl. and John A. Kelly of veteran. an Army at Bradford High from 1958 through
Community College in Winter Haven Tallahassee; four sisters, Estelle 1967. He was principal at Lawtey
for one year. He then served as Asst. Futch of Ft. White, Ethel Mangan of Include his wife Elementary from 1967 through 1973.
Superintendent for Instruction from Newaygo, Mich., Betty Jo Sheppardof Dorothy Virginia Cavender of Survivors include his wife, Faye of
196873. He was director of the Lake Worth, Marilyn Wittmer of Tomlinson Keystone Heights of ; daughter, Judy Ocala; three sisters, Loyce Mae f{ CV 'dR '
Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech for Keystone Heights; son,
Thousand Oaks, Calif.; several Cook and Lucille King, both of
Johny Cavender of Brunswick
one year then director of Pupil Per nieces and nephews. Ga.; Newberry and Helen Marlowe of SPECIAL .
sister WITH ROBERT DIU.H.lr.ull
Ruby Jordan of
sonnel Service for He Memphis, Tn.
years. was Funeral services were held Saturday and six grandchildren. Tampa; brother, Dan Marlowe of
principal of Hampton Elementary morning, Jan. 18, in the Chapelof Houston, Tx.; several nieces and $1500,
from 1976 until the present. Archer Funeral Home of Lake Funeral services were held Fri nephews.Memorial. Ilea Drr . .'Co '22 . .
day, Jan. 17 in DeWitt C.
Mr Clark had the longest administrative Jones services held in termaneaf Wars
Butler with Rev. Jerry H. Knight were
Keystone Heights with
experience of present and Rev. Lewis Futch officiating. David Landers officiating. Burial Rev. Hiers Funeral Home in Ocala on ..a:.'II .. . $4000
administrators ranging from 1962 Burial followed in the Tallahassee Wednesday Jan. 22 with Rev.
through 1985.Survivors Memory Gardens in Tallahassee. was In Friendship Baptist Church Douglas F. Hallman officiating.. Ar- Offer lead ./Ceu"1/ Orly. t.1'lI Feb... L 1..a1I
Cemetery, Hahira, Ga. under
include his wife, Norma
rangements were handled by Hiers !
Jean Overholser Clark of Hampton of Jones Funeral Home. Funeral Home of Ocala.: L.
Lake, two sons, Scot Clark of Ft. Ruth Hannah Reber
Lauderdale and Bryan Clark of Mabel SandersMrs.

Hampton Lake; daughter Amy 90 Mrs., of Ruth Park Hannah of Palms Jones Reber, Sarah Mabel Sanders, 71, of Card of ThanksThe
Clark of Hampton Lake; two Heights! died Keystone Starke died Thursday, Jan. 16, 1986 family of A.B. Whitehead ESH
brothers Ulray of Bartow and Wednesday, Jan. 15, in North Florida 4iX Fashions
Regional Hospital would like to air
Stanley of Valdosta; two sisters 1986 in Bradford Hospital after a in Gainesville.Mrs. thank everyone for
cards and
lingering illness. flowers
prayers during
Marguerite Schneider of
Punta GOT- .
Mrs. Reber was born in New Sanders was born in his sickness. Special thanks to Dr.
da and June Koontz of Ponte Vedra. York for
Crockett a by
Virginia. She moved to you
Graveside and moved to Keystone Heights two Pete Glanas and the nurses at Bradford LI
held Saturday funeral, Jan. 18 services at Santa were Fe years ago from Blackburg, Va. She Starke Virginia.in She 1959 was a from former Redford teacher, Hospital for for their kindness in Cheryl. Rose
was a retired caring us.
reader for
the New
Dean Cemetery Cassels in Hampton officiating with. Rev.Ar- York Stock Market and was a and secretary for the Bradford A.B. Whitehead Rita ft Robin
County School System.
rangements were handled by Jones Palms.member of the Chapel Park of the Survivors include her husband, R AppoiantiMt Met Umyi Necessary

Funeral Home of Starke. Survivors include her husband Malcolm R. Sanders of Starke; two
daughters, Martha S. Fried of
John Fredrick Reber of
Harold Kite Heights and a brother Keystone Sulphur, Louisana, Carrie S. Hunt of
Mr. Harold Kite native son of Jones of Santa Barbara, Calif. B. Gainesville; two sisters, Mrs.
Bradford County died Jan. 13 in Funeral services for Mrs. Charles Comer of Niceville, Fl. and
Jacksonville. Mr. Kite Reber Mrs. A. Richard Schoff of Andrews
moved to were held Jan. 16 in the Chapel of the Park City DrugsStarke
Jacksonville in 1952. Park of the Palms with James Utah and two grandchildren.
He was retired from Dryden Auto Gilbert officiating.Burial Funeral services were held Jan. 18
Parts after 30 years of service. He in the First Presbyterian Church in
was in
was a veteran of World War II in the Cemetery, Pa.under the Pottstown direction of Starke with Rev. Jerry Patton of Keystone Heights Lake Butler
U.S. Army. ficiating. Burial followed
Jones Funeral Home of in Crosby
Survivors include his wife, Eunice Heights. Keystone Lake Cemetery under the directionof
S Kite; six sons. Clifford Robert, Jones Funeral Home.
Jr General MacArthur, Glenn Has
Zeke Lamar, and Roy; two accepted paid presciptions for these areas
daughters Mrs. Patty Anderson
Ms. Judy Kite, all of Jacksonville; PUBLIC NOTICEThe
sister eighteen Mrs grandchildren Doris Hodges and of Starke three; for State employees (present and retired) for

greatgrandchildren.Funeral North Central Florida Regional Planning

Thursday, Jan.services 16 at were Hewell conducted& Sons Council announces a public workshop to whichall several years, and we would like to remind our

of Jacksonville with Rev. David interested persons are invited regarding

Daniels officiating. Burial was at the preparation of the Comprehensive Regional customers that. ...
Oaklawn Cemetery on Hendricks
Ave.. Policy Plan required to be prepared by Chapter

186, Florida Statutes.
Wilhelmina Wainwright

Mrs.,Wilhelmma 53, of 1617"Wilma"North Drive Wainwright -, DATE & TIME: January 30, 1986, 7:30 p.m. WE WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO .

Jacksonville, passed away Friday, PLACE: City Hall Lake City Florida
January 17, 1986 at University .. . .. ..
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Hospital in Jacksonville following a ,
sudden illness.

Mrs. Wainwright was born and .. .
raised in Hampton County South
Carolina the daughter of the late ,..rlvt,liea.lY'1
Posey H. and Mattie Corbin Bowers e
former pioneer residents. She moved Denmark 'FunitureCoand
to Jacksonville some 40 years ago
where she has resided since. She
was a member of the Westside Nor-
manday Baptist Church in Jacksonville -
Survivors include her husband,
Frank 'Doc' Wainwright of Jacksonville
; son, Frank Wainwright of
Jacksonville, four daughters, Antia Hoover
Wainwright, Judy Dixon and Betty
Knight all of Jacksonville,and Mrs.
Frankie Eunice of Dunnellon; sister, Model of the Week

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Graveside funeral services were .' ,- ,, '
conducted Sunday Jan. 19 in Lawtey
Cemetery with Rev. Emory Eunice
officiating. 4cs HOOVER, 7'4 qt. Big 4-lnch
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of a disposable cenlster

Starke was. in charge of arrangements SPIRIT I I |fftPortableCanister .24000 bag RPMDualStag wheels Handv

Martha C. Lockridge = Motor/Fan* switch topside

Martha Cuvington Lockridge, 56, ; Vacuum system Dual.edge
of Starke died Friday, Jan. 17 at p I4t '109.95 cleaning
Bradford Hospital.A n Reg.
lifelong resident of Starke, Mrs.
Lockridge was a homemaker and a $8995INClUDINO
Baptist. .
Survivors include a daughter,Gail ATTACHMENTS! HOOVER.
Lockridge; son, Dennis Lockridge, Convertible"
both of Starke; four brothers, 1k
Lawrence Covington, Jr. and Cor Upright
nelius Covington, both of Starke,and with Dirt
Charles and Clarence Covington, Concept Container I
both of Jacksonville; sister Bertha
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Miles of Gainesville; and two l..-
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Funeral services were held Saturday .D''na.Mr .
Jan. 18 at Greater Bethlehem .One Quadrall.JTM Motor Agitation ::=:::.=
Freewill Baptist Church, Starke, 'Cord Wrap
with Rev. Ernest Davis officiating ti Quick b Clean HOOVER. R ego '19995
Burial was in Oddfellow Cemetery, : Bag Change .
Starke, under the direction of Haile .. Self I -Adjusting Convertible 179
Funeral Home.C. NoKla' Cleaner
P .'Dual'Handle Release with

L. Battle Brushed. Edge Cleaning Headlight

Mr. Charles Lester Battle of '.'...--.
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Kingsley Lake died Thursday, ...........,-_.....--....... .
January 16, 1986 in Houston, Texas Reg. '299"
while visiting his daughter, follow 1
ing a lingering illness. $24995 I
Mr. Battle was born in Jacksonville $12901 Complete '
October 29. 1913. He moved to
Kingsley Lake 12 years ago. He wasa Stock of
self-employed construction worker I
and a member of Riverview Baptist Belts ;
Church in Jacksonville. Bags
Survivors include his wife, Bernice I _
Laurie Sharpe Battle of m & Accessories !
Kingsley Lake; daughter, Brenda _
McCall of Houston; son, Larry Battle i
of Callahan; sister, Jewell !It's w hats on top that really counts and that's why t "is FREE DELIVERY SINCE 1923 90 Days Same As Cash
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services were held at jeans. I IO
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Shirt-26.99 Jeans-24.99
January 20 with Rev. Greg Douglasand

Ed Kirkland officiating. PAYING HIGH PRICES! tIe NEW STORE HOURS: !
Burial was in Kingsley Lake
Cemetery under the direction of "'' 434 W Call Street 411 W. Madison St. 8:00: a.m. 9:30: p.m. I
Jones Funeral Home. Monday Friday
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; 964-5826 964-5827 8:00: a.m. 1:00: p.m.
Cecil OPEN 10 am 7 452 N. I
CooperMr. Tempi Ave. ,Aar/w'e.J n t Starke, Florida Saturday
Cecil Cooper, 70, of Lake Mon.-Sat. Across from High School I
Butler died Thursday night,Jan. 16, Phone 964-5772 VISA MC r.
in the Veterans Hospital in 'Liyiway 414 Zsa r im Z4 &a1s ttt 4 rdti'r

Gainesville after a long illness.


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CLASSIFIED to ADVERTISING the Bradford should County b.submitted M

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advance unless credit it already CARS & TRUCKSMUST FOR SALE FOR SALE
established with this office.

1978 35' fifth
RESPONSIBLE FOR : wheel American
MISTAKES IN loaded with extras. Beautiful car. Best S14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn
Traveler with 20 ft. rWilleJiJr
THE TELEPHONE. offer 9648809. 10/10 TFchg contained price neg. 5332411. Call TVj $99 and up. Next to Starke
Classified deadline THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford royal blue, all after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfnBRADFORD Truck Stop couth of Stork.. 9648212. (
it TUESDAY white Int.. AC cruise, tilt steering AT LIMEROCK 11/24 tfnCIREWOODi REALTY
NOON prior to Thursday publication. with overdrive. 47,000orig. miles. One SALES scrap oak and pin., no
th.n Minimum charge' IS words for $2.79 owner Call 533-2403 alter 6 p.m. TF Llmerock ft Fill Dirt nails. IS In. 12 In. $15 per load Oak .
cents each word thereafter. ..
197 RENAULT LeCar 1550. low mileage, 20 yd. .semi-load only 4..4..27" Vt cord $35. Bradford ARC ..
good cond. 964-8848 4733627. 1/9TF Phone 712.3172 9/23tfchg 9647699. 11/21 TF PHONE 964-7776

YARD SALES 1911 DATSUN 310 ...c. cond., 4.p.ed. STORE BOUGHT) Furniture for sale at OILS OF HAY Buy your hay now and
$3.300.964.8848 or 4733627. 1/9TF Doublewlde Home Center located More It In my born until you need It. 205 N. Temple, Storke
1972 FORD F-100 pickup loaded. One 6Vi mile N. of towardprl.on.
nlDA Y ISATURDA Y.Jan. 24.25: Cloths North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this It not Starke on 16 CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
owner, hunter's special. 315 N. ChurchSt. Bohlo'
trailer $20/roll Alicia
odd & ends, mist Rt 1, NE 10th.St. Oil 9646789. 1/23 furniture) 6/13 tfnchg $23-$25/roll PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Itpd at barn.
Old Betient Rd. FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for Delivery avail.
Itpd 1/23 at DeCandlo'tAcarage. 1910 BUICK Skylark AT. PS PB Am/FM sale at Olin Home Center located on for extra charge. Call 782-3727 after 5 ACREAGE
cassette player, nice car. Take ov.rpaym.nt. p.m. or 964-6167. 12/5TF Brownl.. Rd. 36.43
CARPORT SALEi Friday Jan. 24. 321 Andrew Highway 100 West. This I I. not trailer acres $ 82.332
.. Call 468.2860 alter HAY FOR SALE
6 $1.SO and $2 bale.
p.m. furniture.
St. FIat white block house behind 1/23 TF 6/13 tfnchg Can 9647675. per Waldo 10 acres $ 25,000

Morgans Old Barber Shop. 9 a.m. to 1p.m. 1981 AUDI TURBO: Go.. Excellent condi PALOMINO 6 old.FILLY AQHA Reg. Adorable FIREWOOD oak.1/93tchg split and 1/23 delivered Graham 14.5 acres 1625ac.
Girls mo $500.94.4402 or 964.7.138.1226TF .
and boy clothes, misc. Itpd tion. 4900. Call 964-7682 for appt. to $100 cord. 94.7994.7/94tpd 1/30 Graham 10.51>> acres $1,625/ac.

4 1/23 FAMILY YARD SALE Baby and .... Itpd 1/23 WASHER DRYER Sear* Kenmore. $MO FIREWOOD: Oak. $65 truckload. $90 a Hwy. 301 S. 2.5 acres $ 15,000
PU 6 standard cord.
1976tFORD cyl. LWB no Split and delivered 9646867.
children clothes, baby stroller and sw rust. Good condition. First $1200 cash. PIANO for both. 964-B399 after 6 p.m. 1/9TF 1/23 21pd 1/30 Country Club 9 acres $ 49,000

ing. Other baby Items and household 9644248. Itchg 1/23 FOR to SALE Wanted: responsible SEVERAL ITEMSt TR-S 80 16K color computer 230A ft Wilson 4.78 acre $ 12.000
Items. Sat. 10-4 Rd. 230 2 mil. assume monthly
on past 1975 MERCURY Cougar: $800. 9644009. with data recorder $195. Like
hospital 1st dirt road on right SE ht payment on spinet/console pla_. Lawtey 5 Ac. Woodlawn $ 14.000
Itpd 1/23 new classical
St. 2nd house. Itchg 1/23 Can be seen locally. Write: (Include guitar with case $110. Hampton 438 acres $1000ac.
1971 Trumpet with
case. Itpd
LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING Come and $2200 for both. 9646867. 1/23 2tpd Box phone number) Credit Manager P.O. 1/23 230 E. 40 acres $100,000lowt.y
see.368 N. St. 1/23 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 1/16
Cherry Itchg
1/30 3tchg 130RANGE. PUREBRED YORK BOAR: 7 mos. old. 20.16 acres $ 50,000
SAT. I SUNDAY 712Vt. Colley Rd. Appliances 197B DODGE DIPLOMAT PS. PB. AM/FM $125. 7823635. Itpd 1/33
: Tappan electric excellent condition Off 301 S. 2% acres S 8,300
women and clothes,
radio AC. Behind new BOQ at prison. HAY FOR SAlEs large rolls
large and small. 9645567. 1/23 $275. Call 964-5694 after 5 p.m. Argentina Off 301 N. 1 S
Itpd Call 964-8125 ext. 312. Itpd 1/23 1/16 2tchg 1/23 Bahia, poor quality but reasonably acre 2,500

1971 FORD LTD station wagon $750 or COW HAY fertilized no rain. $1.50 priced. Approx. 75 rolls. 9646411.123 HOMES
best offer. 964-5232 after 6 9646849. per Tlchg 130ELECTRIC
bole. 964-5944 after 6 p.m. 1/16 2tpd Bethel Church Road Home $ 38,000
Itcha 1/23 1/23 STOVE $25 or will trade for

SCUBA EQUIPMENT 2 complete ..1.. pas stove. 9646362. Itpd 1/23 628 Pinewood Home $ 27,800

SELL 1981 Honda 650 custom Call 964-5694 after 5. 1/16 2tNC SEVERAL ITEMS Oympoc 2000 exercise SR 16 East Brick on 1 lot $ 45,000Brooker

windshield and tote rack. bc.lI.ntton.potatlon. WANTED AIR CONDITIONER 5 mo*. old. used 2 Sears equip., like. new orlg. $250, now $150; Home on 2 lots $ 45,000

$800 OBO. 9647648. mos. Take over payment$32 per mo., detachable AM/FM/cosselte recorder with Rd. 230E Home $ 54,900
speakers, exc. cond., $100;
7 left. Call 782.3886 after 6
123175.2SI5 Itchg
Itpd CHARLOTTE'S WEBB: Now taking consignment 116.23.30WHIRLPOOL p.m. older solid wood china cabinet gloss 533 W. Pratt Home ft 2 lots $ 18,150

it.m.Clothing *ToysHandcraflt AIR COND. 18.000 blu. doors, 1 drawer, bottom cabinet Hwy 301 S. Block Home $ 85,000
New and Used Items. 138 need
refinishing $50. 782.3660. leave
473.4384GVllle N. Water St. Call 964-7100 964-5732 $200. price neg. Call 782.3886 after 6p.m. message. TF 431 Center St. Frame HomeWaterfront $ 24.300
Area 1/16.23,30
9648569. 1/9TF SHARP VCR remote control. PurchasedIn Sampson Lake Home $ 68,000Lakewood
CAR D-6 DOZER hyd. blade $5.000.
w GOOD USED beauty or barber ..alon.qulpm.nl. 9648266. 1/16 4tpd 2/6 May. 1985. Like new $200. 964-8287. S/D HomeWaterfront $ 65,000
ENOUGH PIECES FOR Call Hairplanes, 9644645. Itpd 1/23
COLBY PIT ft ENGLISH bulldog puppies. Lakewood S/D Lot $ 25.000
1/9 4tchg 1/30
A rox. 60.80' I x B' h Solid 1/23 whit. 964-6908 keep trying. Itpd HOMES 321 N. Myrtle Home (small lot) $ 55,000

SELECT WOODS. INC. FLASHING ARROW SIGNS 50% off 11 FOR SALE 615 N. Church Home on Slots $ "9.900Off

Hwy 100 K.yston. Hgts. Subscribe/ $289 complete. Lighted, non-orrow 301 N. Home $ 50,000Country

$269. Unlighted $219. Free letters. See Club Home $125,000
locally. 1000 Imprinted balloon. $99. WOODEN HOUSE:20x20.: tin roof blocked Roberts SID Home S 58,500
800-423-0163 anytime. 800-628-2828, up ready to move$500. 431.1050 tin
ext. 504.fcan 3 Buy THIS HOME like rent: CB. 2BR. IBa HOMES WITH ACREAGE

SEVERAL ITEMS 3 chair. $10 each: house Good location. Good condition. Hwy 16E S 9th St. Home ft 9 ac. 8 2Tr.sp. $ 55,000
Hwy 301 South HandlHousesnrrni e rocker $25: nlghtstond $15; shower $3.000 down balance $18.500 at 11%.
Just $260/month. 9648251. 1/2TF Crawford Rd. Home & 42 acres $145,000
fametf rod $3: 2 small deacon tables, $5; kit
THREE BEDROOM brick home CH/A 2 Crawford Rd. House Chic. House 50
No Down PaymentMany light fixture $8; weedeoter $10: vise ac. $260,000
$10; grinder $10. 124 N. Myrtle St. both IR/DR. fireplace, breakfastroom Brooker Home& 2 acres $ 55.000
9648811. Itpd 1/23 gameroom. 560 Glendale St. ,
29th St. N.W. Home ft 37.5 $144,445
Sixes and Styles FURNITURE: Couch, loveseat, chair Blue 9645468. 1/9 3tpd 1/23
Paisley 1 year old like new. 1000. REDUCED:3BR. 2Ba. CHI A. FP on 6 acre Hwy 100 MH with 3'/. ac. S 50,000Hampton

9647321. 1/23 3tchg 1/30 In city on Geiger Rd., near Southslde Home 12 acres $ 85,000

964.8848 MB6 TRAVEL TRAILER 32 ft. fully self- Elem. $68,500. 9645876. 1/9TF 321 Butl.rT.rr. Home on 1.96 ac. $ 48.400
contained. Roof air extra Will MIAMI STONE 3 BR 3 baths, fireplace,
many Deer Spgs. Rd. KH 1 SW. 1 DW, 2 ac. $ 35.000
Evenings I A take smaller trailer In trade Jo-lu large patio situated on 5 acres In city

964.4073 Motel US 301, 1450 S. Walnut. Itchg limit Bessent Rd. 964-5240 after 5:30 HOMESITES
1/23 p.m. weekdays, anytime weekend
473.3627 AKC TOY POODLES for stud 9644238. Itchg 1/23 Golfvlew Acres Lot 16 $ 9.500

1/23TF LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to Mimosa & Bessent SlotsLots ea.$ 6,900

TITAN ISxeOt central heat ft air washer choose from. Send for Free brochure Kingsley Village 21 22 $ 5,500
and dryer. Partially furnished 6000.
SR.100S Lot 8 ((1.37ac) $ 5,000
9646364. 1/9 2tpd B4CF Moss Tenn. 38575. 8002313695.
1/16 Icon 4 SOaksSubdlv.Hwy 1 lot $ 10,000

OAK FIREWOOD cut split and 16 W Lots 1,2Lot $ 10,000

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC / delivered. $75 per cord. Rick'*. lawnService. .1? BUSINESS Crosby LakeCountry 22'. $ 17,000
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2t 123.0COMFY .OPPORTUNITIES Club Lot 1.. .. .. $ 8,000
iM P 1 Q9 MACHINES Canon-far rent or" 301 North 10 lots $125,000
... .
sole. Canon home copier $799; Canon t
Country Club Lot 9 $ 9,500Sampson

m'--I 964.5065REALTOR I home copier or office, $1399.copier Rent$999 to ;own Canon for office a* OWN ladles YOUR apparel OWN children Jean,-Sportswear large' size,, Lake (waterfront) 2 lots ea. $ 17.900

little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP. petite, combination store, maternity Sampson Lakewaterfront( ) Hot $ 21.900W.

110 W. Call St.. Storke. 94.574.2/21 accessories. Jordache, Chic lee, L.vl.) Madison 2 lots $ 27,500
E Z Street Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin
ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. Klein Sergio Valente.' Evon Plcone; Liz Crosby Lake Inlet 4 lots $ 15,000

No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn Claiborne Member Only, Gasoline. Bessent Rd. 23 lots ea. $ 7,000
Heolthtex. ov.r 1000 other $13,300 to
.. $24.900 Inventory, training fixture COMMERCIAL VACANT
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I - -- -- grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. 301 S near KOA 270' front, 4 Ac $150,000

I FILL DIRT ) Mr. loughlln. ((612)) 8886555. Itpd 1/23 E. Call St. 5.5 acres $ 25,000
YR. ESTABLISHED well drilling
W. Call St. Comm. Lot $ 40.000
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 | Call Anytime It business for sale located 30 mile
from Sta'.... Includes drill rig, pumphol.t. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Hampton | all tools and stock. Sacrilied at
Hawthorne. 120 E. Call St. Building $47,000
V 25000. Call 481-2883.
RESIDENTIAL A 468.1455 123tchg 213ARTHUR 301 (Dairy Queen) Restaurant $90,000

.... ---------1 Epperson St. Duplex $ 50,000

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and Blown-in Painting, roofing and fram DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN '...4319

ing. Additions, remodeling IRVING CLARK.JR. 964.7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121

Fr. Estimates and.fixed dry wall.Fr. WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454

KURIMAY 964-7408 RANDY CORY 475.2597Tim's
Bosler CustomConstruction .. Estimates CYNTHIA

11 yr.. experience
Reference .. *********************+****************+*******+***4(

964-6833 964-4009 =
Custom Cabinets

t t t y>.....>.***+*..**.*.***< ; New Construction Remodeling Re-Surfacing

NO DOWN PAYMENT Wood or Formica Cabinets + Tile Work *Ceiling Design
425-7 room house, good comm.r.clallnv..tm.nt. .
from New 14.70 :1 BR. 2 bat', wit' pan Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall Work
across city hall
priced low. ; try. Completely' furnished, fr>st-1e. Mobile Home Underpinning (Skirting)

..,.. *142311.5, like new mobile, nice% refilgeiatx, vaulted ceiliny. bay In Stucco or dut Brick/Stone
wlll''w and mre. N" dwn pay-
.- ly furnished going business of pecan must with g..d credit-pay $199.71pei Free Estimates

cracking Included. mint',. and set Included. Call 964-6238 Tim Thompson
Delivery up
*EXCEPTIONAL VALUE SOUTH OF STARKE: well constructed frame home 4U02--5 room home In Rolford. reduced Call ttday I- qualify Mr, >******.******.**.*..*********.*.**.*********.**** *
with extra large CB storage building on one lovely acre covered with oak I now $11.500. '
f-id. 1-473-7237.
I399--3 BR 1'I. bo., block fenced In '
.WHY RENT Own this brick veneer In a distinctive neighborhood of Storke on town come see and let's negotiate./ Carpet
approx. Vt acre with fenced yard aliol 4395-2 BR home on 1 ac.. neat many (Any Scotchllrd

.SPACE GALORE and loaded with everything. 5.31 acre, fruit trees fishpond fruit trees and grapevines. Nice location FLORILAND Room $1495 b

workshop landscaping. 1440 sq. ft. mobile ham. In excellent area. Call furnished Cleaning I Hall) Avaihblo
today. UI2..Nlc.3BR. 1 Bo on Market Rd., REALTY

.BUY THE FARM and settle down on 20 acres. Get away from It all. but stay many appliances Included, pecans 964-7700 Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
for shade, owner Is anxious to make
close to everything. Owner financing. Priced to sell at mid 3O's. .
11 N. !_ole*._.
.MOTIVATED SELLER: price reduced on this beautiful executive ranch style 3 deal VIe'. Oo..fcokwOIn .' PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
BR. 2 both brick veneer home with 9.74 acres, fenced and cross-fenced. 398--20 oc. 4BR 2Bo stucco home .M ibmre'Aalet
.GRAHAM) set appointment to see. Quiet living on 4.5 acres, In this large 3 mobile home hookup pasture, pecan W* Bpaelaliza( in cleaning and ra-djeinc of wall to wall oarpet, furniture

BR. 2 bath. 2 car garage ranch style home. tree.. 63000. _, City :3BR. 2 full both., brick ol.alllnlanlll..11I1 auto ",'alll.,. Wi offer bids an oemmarelal eentraet.

.WATERFRONT p.ac.'and quiet. Immaculate 28R cottage on Crosby lake W. have farms, acreage end. commercial home l-skaped LR end family room Quality work al low, low pri.... Call new to make a. appointment.

Canal Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
kitchen, 3.19 acres.
waterfront pep lever
.MADISON ST. nice high and dry lot with 2BR -up. acreage properties
.LAURA ST.i nice 3BR 1 bath walking distance to uptown. 31000. and pace (2-ream) for rent -Let*. Grehem eree: owner financing. e leeew .,.r Call 964-4997 Call .-." .<

.VERY NICE 3 BR. 1 bath on 2 acres, fireplace, garden space, many extras Come by and. let us show you our 1 ere up. SterkclrielertCkeeAer
listing -S Acre, 474 en :Ml South. Cheek TetlM Psjs to ,le.il ekent lekU
OWNER MUST SELL OW on 3 nice acres. $19.000 assumable mtg. ef CeMMre
-let*, toned for troll.... Vt acre to eyrie Wfft fiutrMtaisI
BUILDING LOTS BM N.Temple A.. 1% acre, owner financed $500
BEAUTIFUL TREES cover these 3 lots on Crosby Lake Canal. St..... FlttOVI down.

.CLOSE TO SOUTHSIDE ELEM extra large wooded building lot. only 5000. STROUTREALTY Union County) land with paved rood I

COLD OUT THERE but warmer weather will make you wish you had one of an 2 '''.... 20 minutes fromGainesville. 1

our lovely lake lots on these cleorwator sand bottom lakes. g Owner financing. j .

COMMERCIAL etcoejoMTio Mom Cemmerclel. Building-Cell for 1 R & J'S SAW SHOP

.JOINS BRADFORD SQUARE 940 sq. ft., CH/A tenant already there. '44'8tJl 471-3094 detail
.UNBELIEVABLE one 2BR and one 38R unit furnished Klngsley lake area.
Owner flexible, good Income property buy one or both. j Worthington Springs 496.2534

Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR BARGAINS FROM nn -ijtIIUS

Sales Manager REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene Evenings 4-404$ Th. Bargain Center ltchew Lavatory Faucet Sales & Repairs

L. Faulkner ....5142 110.91erO'
Insulation Weetfcentrlpplngli.
Suzanne Kitchens ,*,.7430 Bob Matthew ....7211 ..." .
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Lou Young ....7525 lee Hordenbrook 94-4527 i' PVC: :" 40 IM Hid Wire Chain. Saws & Lawnmowers
. .
Well Pump I."ft. $ '." UV Pert$6.M per roll
94.6521COMMERCIAL. Mobile Home Supplies a llghtpole Celt!....* Uectrlcel) Plumbing, Supplle.S '

*. RESIDENTIAL* ."\ : .. BARGAIN CENTER. INC. : 8:00-5:00
s jm WB, ".... : Monday-Friday : :
Rentals Available *" 10,000 Mlscelleneou Item end lei"... II...
Carol) Werner.REALTOR ASSOC. 1 :00NOTICE
Property Management Division Lee ft Willie Mae 94-6679 Hwy. 301 South Stark Saturday : :

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Mobil Homes and for 9.11 and 2-8 p.m. Itchg 1/23 Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and MODERN HOMI on beautiful Silver RAT. Buy Sell and trad. Died fur NEED LISTINGS Lake lot, homes,

Recreational vehicles spaces w.lcom. Phone rent. SUNSHINE MOTELI N. 301. 9648876.One Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfoyette Lake, Key.ton. Heights. 2 BR on one nature, appliances, household Items, acreage. Buyers waiting. Coll Kerry at

964.7..911.9/161fn person $58.80 per week; two people, St. 96/-50657// tfn are Monthly $350. 1-904-247-1604. collectobles, glassware, old jewerly, 473-3321 or 473-4903. CENTURY 21

EFFICIENCIES studios and BR $63 per week HBO, coble FREE. No TYPISTS $500 weekly at horn. Writ 1/10 tfn chg tools, etc 473.2183 rlnchg 7/26 Showcase Properties Inc. Hwy 21

menl. Electricity Includ.d.on.low week opart- deposit. No deposit. 1/23 2tpd 1/30 P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF LAKE FRONT 2 BR 2 BA mobile horn. ROWN'S USED FURNITURE 110 E. Call Keystone Heights, FL 3J: .56. 2tchg
ONE IK TRAILER: completely lurnished... NURSING ASSISTANTS needed at Year round near Keystone. 4734186. Street Stark Open 105. Used lur- 1/16.23 rn
ly monthly rotes Apartments. Including heat and air. $60 per week Whispering Pines Car Center Call 3tchg 1/9.23 nature antiques and miscellaneous.2tpd ..
2314 N. Temple Av.. tfn
485-1371. 1/16 2tchg 1/23 Susan Cook at 9646220. I2/5TF 2 BR 2 BA Nice modern home, CH/AC 1/16-23
CABIN IN KEYSTONE AREA for couple or GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040 lake view $325 month. 4732008. 3tpd FLASHING ARROW SIGNS SOX OFFII!I FOR
BA For Information call Lake
opt mar. tingle person. Lease required. $59,230/yr, Now hiring. Call 1/9.23 $289 complt Lighted non-arrow
Butler Apti 4963141. Equal Opportunity 473-2157. 1/23 4tpd 2/13 1-605.687-6000. ext. R-5504 for currant FURNISHED MOBILE HOME 1 BR 1 BA, i $269. Unlighted $219. Free Utters! See LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500.

Housing. 6/7 tlnchg TWO BEDROOM 1 bath with large glass f.deralll.t. 1/9 8tpd 2/27 lake front acreage. $175 month-$100 locally. 1000 Imprinted balloons $991 Owner will finance. $164.per month.
to city. porch overlooking lake Santa F. with CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income potentiaL deposit. Couple only no pets. Phone ((800)) 423-0163 anytime ((800)) 473-4367. tlnchg. 12/6
$190 month
p.". a plus deposit. dock and boot lilt lease required. All occupations For Info call ((312)) Jax. collect 725.8945.4tpd 1/9-23 628-2828 ext. 504. Icon 1/23 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights readyto
468 1323. 10/3 TF
$450 per month. Call 4732157. 1/23 742-B620 ext. 362. 1/16 4tchg 2/6 3 BR 2 BA Den separate dining room SPECAll! NEW FLASHING ARROW SIGNS move on. Power well septic andfence.
4tpd 2/13 CLERICAL-PARTTIME: Work at home 3.4 double-wide mobile horn In the coun complete legs, letters, stand bulbs, $6,499. 392.0985 or 4733024.
potio. water furnished clos to prison. ONE IEDROOM furnished opt: lights and hours daily. Send stamped envelope try. $300 a month. 4732931. 3tpd warranty only $337 delivered set-up. Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13
964.7530 4681323. 10/3 TF .
$95 mo or hot water lurnished. No pets, for application. CRI, 8033 Sunset /6O60 1/16.30 Call 1 ((800)) 833-3737 for appointment LOTS 1 21 Block one Sunrise Pork In

TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath house In town. Sled/month. 9648071. Itpd 1/23 Los Angeles, CA 90046. 1/163tpd 1/30 BEAUTIFUL 2 BR on lok*. Great room 8" letter special only $49.95 box Icon city limits. $3750 each. Henderson
Call 904 437-3308 between 8:30.5:30
: THREE BEDROOM: 1/. bath trailer on 1 R.N.: lull-time, RN position available at with beam ceiling, deck wood stove, 473.2259.2tpd 1/16-23.
Mon Frl! 11/28TF
NO DEPOSITS- utilities furnished )BRoportm.nt acre FOR RENT$200/month. $50..curi. Bradford Hospital. Experience prefer two cor garage, large shady lot. $373 REAL ESTATE
ty deposit. FOR SALE $11.000 with red. Competitive salary excellent month. 1-694-3087. 1/16 tlnchg MOBILE HOMESNEW
with kitchens located
Tenneco$ downtown next $1500 down and $200 per month at benefits. Applicants apply to Bradford 2 BR MOBILE HOME Metros area. $170 SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 160 acres,
to station In
Stork. 12% Int. 9644133. Itpd 1/23:: Hospital 964-6000, Mon-Frl. 1-4 p.m. month and deposit. Also one all new older horn. 70 tlllabl acres provides CONCEPT .
w..k. Call
$50.575 per Buy here here
NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown EOE. 1/16 2tchg 1/23 mobile ham, furnished $220 a month Income for absentee owner. Creek and pay or
964 5139 964.6566 .. 12/5TF rant to
days or .v. TRAIL own. 7528082. 4tchg 1/9.30
TWO LARGE 2-room kitchenette utilities law Office on E. Coll St. If you are In- MOTEL/RESTAURANT lawtey. plus deposit for lair respectable cou woodland. HUNTING! $88,000 ALL REPOS
: $5000 under cost. Easy
lurnished. Underwood Motel OVi teretted in renting this office and Applications for full and port.tIm..mploym.nt. ple. 1-684-6634 or 475.269116 $18.500 down, balance 10% APR.. financing. No down.
Apply In person only dur tlncha UNITED FARM money
selecting carpet and having Input Into AGENCY, P.p.
miles North of Stark 1219TFlED 4tchg 1/9-30
call 9646305. John Miller. ing 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Box 753 AL
renovating 36081. ((205)
ROOM In larg. home near Hampton. Saturday. Employee benefits We ore Lost 566-1870 ALL I9S5 MODELS must got I We
) 735-2442. fcan 1/23
$125 per month Incl. utilities and kitchen an equal opportunity employer 1/16 finance. No money down. 7528082.

privileges 4682515. 12/26TF PERSONAL SERVICESNEED 2tchg 123BARTENDERS REWARD! Block mal Labrador mixed 4tchg 1/9.30
NICE ROOM: private bath. 9646035. I WAITRESSES Now CARS TRUCKS
taking Lost Nov 7 on SR-100 and Immokole

COMMERCIAL 1/6TF MINI STORAGE A TUTOR All subjects, K-8. Certified applications at 301 Liquors. 1 mile N. of Road. Answers to "Minor". 473-7162. & BOATSSELL HOUSES FOR SALE

now Teacher 533.2901 after 7 TF Stark.. 9647771. Itchg 1/23 4tchg 1/16.2/6
ovoilobl at cac Mini Storage. 12 ft. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed.p.m.Free LOOK! If you're 18 years or older mal US YOUR USED CAR I 473-2931. OWNER FINANCING $1000 down 2 BR

ceilings lights, power new reduced estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. or female, employed fulltlm or part- HELP WANTED 3tpd 1/16-30 2 BA approximately 1100 sq. ft., fully

rates. 964-B84B. 1/9TF Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tin time or unemployed retired or at 1985 Buick Park Avenue, almost 24,000 equipped kitchen lake view. 473-2008.
home. with small children student 3tpd 1/9.23
WANT TO DRINK'THAT'S or a miles Excel condition. Firm 12000.
bedroom Stov., ,
apartments. refrlg.
YOURIUSINESS looking for something to do..W "have 473-3144. 2tchg 1/23.30
and drapes furnished Southern Villas LETTERS FROM HOMEI Send self-
a great opportunity knocking at your YARD SALE
of Stork.. 1001 S. Villas Drive (Hwy. WANT TO STOP'THAT'S door. You can be your own boss, set addressed stamped envelope for In
16)). 964.7295 or 96 .4214. 1/23 2tchg OURS formation/application. Associates, FOR SALE
hours and make much
own as
your as
Alcoholics GARAGE SALE from 91.
Anonymous964.4150.1e4.6194.961.6219 Saturday
1.30 Box 95B. Rossell, NJ 07203. lOtpd
wont and help celebrate our 100th
you beautiful
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT central 12/12.2/13 MUST SACRIFICE- Hammond 5000 series Household Items Including
pd thru 2/15 yar. AVON! For more information RETIRED COUPLE wanted small with double coffee table. King Street off SR-100.
heat and air conditioning wall to wall call 964-8442. 1/23 TF to run organ keyboard base
carpts. furnished or unfurnl.h.d.wall.d GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, AN OHIO OIL CO. offers high income, mobile horn pork. Horn and salary pedals and rhythm .section $795. Call Itpd 1/23

patio off street parking. Best to etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY plus cash bonuses, benefits to mature provided. Call 332.7329 after 5. 2tpd 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648
call 964-8601 before 9:30: In the mornIng 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake In Stark 1/23-30 weekends for appointment to .... tin
1/9 TF Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights" person area. Regardless of HELP WANTED mal or female, part. 1976 FLEETWING TRAVEL TRAILER 24 ft. 475-215 473-434
experience, write G.D. Read
Rq! "Bt I comple e ?' sh..<, 473.49"BULLDOZER American Lubricants Co., Box 426 time. 473-7414. Itpd 1/23 Complete package, like new A/C GVIIIeArea 473-3144
eluding heat and air. $60 per week. : Wanting to do bulldozer Ohio" 45401. 1/23 everything Phone Jax. collect Keystone Area
Dayton Itpd .
485-1371. Itchg 1/23 work. Have 2 bulldozers S looking for 7258945. 4tpd 1/9.30
COTTAGE ON HWY. II Hampton Lake. work. 964-5606 7823333. Ask for DOUBLEWIDE MH 26 X 56 on 5 acres. 14
central" Mark. 8/6! tin stores Daytime hours. Car necessary X 20 patio and CABINET DOORS
Large living room dining room Writ phone number experience to awning fireplace,
hat and air. Furnished or unlurnishd... PAINTING t REMODELING quality work ICCT466 Box 527 Paramus, NJ 07653.1233tpd26 :. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work Island kitchen walk-In closets, 16 X 30 a Other Custom Woodworking
Adults only. 4681829. 1/16 2tpd 1/23 at on affordable price. For a free kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. workshop 45000. Little Rain Lake

TWO BEDROOM mobile "home on Griffis estimate. 9648809. 10/10 TFchg CITY OF LAWTEY has Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after Road 3 miles north on Rt. 21. SELECT WOODS INC.
loop. Private setting. New carpet and SEPtIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines have opening for part- 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 473.3536.2tpd 1/16.23 Hwy. 100 Keystone Hgts.
time help. Must bookkeeping and
drapes. 468-2374 after 6 p.m. 1/23 relald. Serving Bradford County for 10 CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations. PIANO FOR SALE Wonted: responsible
typing experience. Submit applicationsto
2tchg 1/30 years. Bradford Septic Tank Service Free estimates Ten year party to assume small monthly
City Hall by 1/31/86. Itchg 1/23
THREE BEDROOM 1 both "house at Crystal 9648121. 10/17 TFchg CITY OF STARKE Recreation Dept. Is now experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for payments on spinet/console piano. .....O.............+.
Lake homesites. $275 p.r month plus SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Can be seen locally. Write: (Include
accepting applications for position ofmaintenance
security 9648777. Itpd 1/23 cleaned oiled and adjusted, $15. Used PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt phone number) Credit Manager P. O. QUALITY CLEANING
man must be at least 18
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month sewing machines" for sole James of school mildew peeling paint from homes, Box 520. Beckemeyer IL 62219. 3tchg SERVICE
years age high graduate or
and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy GED. driveways, mobile homes Call Rick. 1/16-30
Apply City Hall Merrell Dees Office.
Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 TF 16 Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF 473-2452 4tlr 1/9-30 FOR SALE OR TRADE Paperback books. CARPETS
1/23 : Home
Itchg or OHIce/
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical CITY OF STARKE UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chairs 480 S. Lawrence Blvd. 10.5 Mon.-Sat.
Purchasing D.pt.l. now
16 W. complete horn repair. couch. Addison 3tpd 1/16-30
Highway Close to prison. *, camprs.
accepting applications for position of a Coll,473.3857
964.7530 or .68.1323.10/10 Tlchg" Reasonable rats Licensed contractor. laborer be least Upholstery. 473.2452.4tchg 1/9.30 12 X eO MH .2 BR 1 BA with garden tub
must at IB of
THREE BEDROOM 1 both block horn. Call Mitch 473-3940. 1/9TF school years HAPPY FACE DAY CARE OF lurnished. $5000. 473-7675 Itchg 1/23 .....................
age high graduate or GED. Ap
$350/mo. Edwards Rd. ((100A). SHOP FOR/WITH YOU Errands, assist ply City Hall, Merrell Dees Office Itchg HAWTHORNE! will open January 6 UTILITY BUILDING -10 X 9ft. Platform Included
964-5606. 11/21 TF elderly or ill In home or hospital. from 66. Register now. 481-3856 or $50. s.. Saturday 25th. King
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT All hook-ups Phone 964.8215. 1/16 2tpd 1/23 481-4267. 4tchg 1/9-30 Street off SR-100. Itpd 1/23

available. Tempi Motel 9647357. CHILDREN'S PAGEANT Seeking girls ..7 MOBILE HOMES LICENSED NURSE will provide room and OAK FIREWOOD cut, split and 2000 SQ. FT. BUILDINGOn

12/12TF to represent Florida In the national Little FOR SALE board for elderly person close super delivered. $75 per cord. Rick's lawn 301 South

PARK RENTAL 28 ft. trailer. By the Star Pageant. Excitement friends vision. 9647138. 4tchg 1/9.30 Service 473-4512. 2tchgl/23-30 Hwy.

month. 1 or 2 adults only. No pets and awards for participants. For Information HANDYMAN SERVICE Yard work CHEST-TYPE FREEZER 18.1 cu. ft. Kenmore FOR LEASE
Deposit required Stark KOA Kam- call toll free 1-600-532-5TAR. 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on clean-up hauling tree trimming and 5 rolling baskets, flash defrost ,

pground. Hwy 301 964-84B4.. 1/9TF lean 2BAKER one or all. Olin_MpbjtleJJpme.Jajeju.. ._ any kind of odd lob. 4733321. built-in drain Interior-liahs, I.Ck.$2OOw.+,r .n M 11 .1'Jp"! Ares, _
FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath gas .heat. LP GAS. INC.I Family owned and 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg 2tchg 1/16.23 Call 473-2042 alter 6 p.m. tin Waiting Room
fireplace front and rear porch. 390 operated. We strive to give better 1971 12x 0 Guerdon Statler. 2BR bath NEED .A BREAK Professional housecleaning DINING ROOM TABLE leaf 4 chairs,

Cherry St. 964-6365 or 9645232. Itpd prices and service. W* solicit very good condition, clean unfurnished services. Let us do your cleanIng custom mad table pad excellent con and 8 Offices

customers who own tanks. We sell and ,, $5.500. 96 .7512. 10/3 TF for you. Reliable, honest and dition. $400. 473-7591. Itpd 1/23 Can Be ConvertedTo
LAND FOR SALE tanks and w. fill 24x45 DWi on 3 acres. 3BR. 2Ba CH/A.
rent cylinders. reasonoblel Pleas call: 473-3479 or RUSSIAN WOLF HOUND mal, 4 Y.O"old. Rental Space
cylinders at our dock for $20. OPEN 29500. Phone 964 8399. TF 473-4061. 1/16-23
2tchg needs a lanced yard. Also 2 mixed 964.8848 473-3627
Mon-Frl 8:45-6:30.: Sat. 8453.: ALL 'IS MODELS must go: W* finance.No C B B CARPET 6 UPHOLSTERY CLEANING breed small 473-2424
dogs. or
facing Forsyth no
1-800-635-2371 2596812 or 2596810. money down. 17528082. l/94tchg" .
mounted deep steam extraction 4733368. Itod 1/23
down Call
payment mo.
10tfn per 1/23 4tchg 2/13 SUWANNEE FLA. Need a complete free estimates, quality work
9645606. ASPHALT PAVING and seal coating hot change? Fish off your own dock. competitive prices. 473-7770. Floors
LOTS B ACREAGE 20 percent down. roof patching. All work guaranteed. Deluxe 2SR, 1'/. ba huge screen stripped and waxed. 3tpd 1/16-30

balance In live years, financing by Serving Fla. 25 years. 7823125. 1/23 porch, 2 landscaped lots with REMODELING 6 TRIM WORK No lob too Mobile Home Roofovers Call Collect

owners 9646853. 12/13 tin. 2tchg 130ATTENTION underground sprinkler system. 17 It. small free estimates. Call anytime, Protects and Insulates
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove
Wellcraft w/ll5 Mariner 19"
ATTENTION Custom work hp motor 475.3073.2tchg 1/23.30 10% OFF
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call mowing disking blade work garden Zenith color TV w/cable. Even 8 hp

9645606. 1/03 tfn work. Call J.D. Eunice 964.8230 or Snapper riding mower. All you need to
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY Harold Eunice 782-3469. Free move In today is clothes, groceries and :
ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 estimates. 1/23 2tchg 1/30 money $70,000 net 3 minutes to g-r--Jt EfIIIJJ m III m FinancingAvailable

p.r mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn HOUSE CLEANING Experienced. We do fishing In Gulf. 904-542-7346 or Steve Broadway uDl: BIIIJ! -
LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764 after
windows and have references. Call 9043786071. No collect calls olease.
5. call 9645251. 3/07 tin TREE SERVICEIs
964-7489. Itpd 1/23 ALL REPOSt $5.000 under cost. Easy
THREE ACRES in city on Geiger Rd. N.or March financing down. 17528082.
Southsld Elementary. 7500. 22.23 for local arti.,.. Handmade crafts 1/9 .tchg 1/30
9645876. 1/23 TFJanet only. Artists Interested contact Carol NEW CONCEPT Buy here pay here or BROADWAY & WALTERS

Warner 964-4992 alter 5:30: p.m. Itpd rent to own. 1.752.8082.19tchg 1/30 Removal Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL
1/23 1966 MOBILE HOME good shape 3BR. .
M. 2500. 964-8484. 1/9TF Trimming Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA

MUST SELL! 1983 Fleetwood mobile e Insulated or Storm
215 E. Call
StarlingR.altor home, 14x70, 3BR 2Ba, excellent con- Stump Removal Street

VACUUM ditlon. Call 9644155. 1/16 4tchg 2/6 Firewood Windows Starke, Fla. 964-6766

e2 BR 2Ba ham In the country. LOSTFOUNDLOST Free Estimate

29900. SALE 473-7097 473-7679
JUST REDUCED from $24,000: 4.87 RED MARE HORSE mane clipped m LAVERN H. OUTLAW

acres with well septic, and 35 ft. NEW & USEDWe back hoof old and split. If found call After 5 P.M.

pool. $16.500.eHOUSE. Jail House In Stark 8/8 tin LJ:! Broker.

: U MOVE Make offer Finance Our Own LOST at Bradford-Inverness Football Keystone Heights Res. 934-9478 .

el.' ACRES with older home, KIRBYS Came: one ring of keys with 6.7 keys. Licensed.&. Insured J REALTOR k>
beautiful pecan trees $48.000. ROYALS $25 reward. Call 533.2615 after 6 p.m. Associate

el.' ACRES 12x60 MH, 15000. EUREKAS 1/9 3tpd 1/23 DAVID L. DODGE, MSA KAY C. WATERS

e15 ACRES Older home and OW HOOVERS D.slgnatedApprals.r R... 964-6941

mobile "home, 47500. ELECTROLUX CYPRESS MULCH 964 4522 Res. 9o4-5370
11.9 ACRES 1 Well. 3 septic tanks FILTER QUEENS

e5 ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES COMMERCIALWe & PINE BARK South 30J Plaza Res. 533-2040 R... 964-7333

25000. Excellent Terms. repair all makes .-
Mon. thru Sat.
e4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. $12.500. Open
AI We deliver 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Appraisals.
5 Act Paved frntg. 12500. Young'sSince You pick-up or .
for Residence Farm Commercial Business
2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, ion-
ed commercial 65000. 1957 Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery Your Full Service Real Estate OfficeAVAILABLE .


((904))7(2-331 FEB. 1) For rent lease or sale 3/2 on 2 acres, CH/A. w/llreplac' .

".0. Drawer 3 Miles north of Near FSP and lawtey Correctional

301 S. lawtey Starke on US 301 964.6649 LAKEWOOD ARIA Executive home In an exclusive area with access to Crosby

1 lok. Quality construction throughout. 4 bedroom 2 bath with many many


*3 BEDROOM 2 bath doublewlde mobile home on 2 acres. Pecan A fruit trees,

high and dry. Great for families. 37500. .
f ,\On Roberts Real Estate 10 ACRES, 20 ACRES and 25 ACRESi all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hayor

; 10% Off liii gracing. Hwy. 325 S. of Hampton.

0 Custom Built 986 N. Temple Av. Stark. FL *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 301 North 58 acres, heavy In pine timber $100.000.
BEAUTIFUL "10\1 964.6262 *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 3 panels/ choose from.

Insulated Window. 5 ACRI MINI-FARM Land In pasture 3BR. 2Ba. supei kitchen 71900.

Installed *LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and hove It all. A beauty on 6 acres, pecan trees, barn

OF NORTH PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan grove, and workshop. See It. you will love It. 128500.

:2 BR frame house, CHSA outbuildings and many extras. *tEST AREA Brick 3BR. 2Ba. carport chain link fenced backyard. $49.500.

JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby lake, large DW mobile home., 3/2 new
Tilt-In' For double-pan window, owner financed. 34500.
Central heat and air
FLORIDA carport. 49500. MOTIVATED OWNER Priced reduced $1.000 to $52.900. Southgat area. 3/2

js CleaningPlumbing COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 ,great room many amenities. Make offer

plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft building.Call *GREAT VALUE S acres cleared with DW MH. 2BR 2Bo. front porch garage,

964.6766 for details. owner financed. Priced for quick sat*.

640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly *LOVELY HOME on 4 manicured acres, fenced and cross fenced. Only 59900.
*REDUCED TO $62.ooo..3BR. 2Ba ham In city. Fenced back yard. Corner lot.
growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that EXCELLENT BUYi 3/1V4 w/carport on loge fenced city lot. Has many extras.

215 E. Call St. $1200.00 per acrell..WATERFRONT I I. Don't let thl. one get by..only $33,500.

150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin .BEDROOM fenced yard. In town only $32.900.

Starke, Fla. Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake *BRING ON THE HORSES* CATTLE: 49 acres with house on highway. Priced right

screened porch. This will fast $57,500. with excellent terms.
Lg. one at.
p go
*BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 lot w/mohll home In Hampton 7200.
MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out. *FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West 'A acre building lots, owner financed

Supplies From buildings Including a 21' x 66' metal barn.: Loads of *HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Betsent Rd. ft Flume Rd. Owner financed.

I possibilities. *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3/2. eat-In kit., great room carport owner fin. $51.500.
*ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES: I 15 lot., corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. I

Durrance Pump & Suppl .... COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE to 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins Lou-Ann Nursery. 1 .Lot Oak laden with lake view

*FOR RENT Farm horn. 3BR 2 both.
I| We Drill 2" to 6" Wells a State Licensed iifL. Tjj I I George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

-I mal North S44N.TempJeAv... rerke 964"/061jlj I T.rry A. Gaines CSM. Salesman Thinking Buying or Selling? Call utlv'

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Reader and advisor on all Choice HorrJwods e e Custom Cut

..-- problem of III*. Having dif Hwy. 100 W. e Keystone Heights
FOR SALE HELP WANTED MOBILE HOMESVery 1 ficulties or problems? One
visit will) convince I Il EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE
lake Hampton Oaks, lot 25. Located on Government Jobs $16.040 59230yr. you Pcs of Pecky or Reg. 18"-24" ..10 ft. long
three bath 782-3125
nice bedroom two
US301 ten minutes south of Stork. 20 CYPRESS SLABS CEDAR SLABS
Now hiring. Coll I((605)687) 6000, Ext Double-wide mobile home lots of extras
minutes from Gainesville. 1.01 acre In R-136 for current I federal list 12/19 $1,000 down assume low mon 14" up to 8. 10 II/ ft Moke*A GreoTipeFof '
nice neighborhood. 5000. Call Blpd. 2/6 I Ki'o" .Ker Cob %'t
4960067. No collect tolls 1/9 4lpd. Job Overseas Big money fast $20,000to thly 1/23 payments. Call 4963264. Itpd. Greot lor Table Tops:
1/30 $50,000 plus per year. Call COUNTRY CHARMER Older horn '=" "'.' T"p.
Southeast Alabama 160 acres, older 317.839.8900. ext 8008. 1/23 2tpd. on B acres Priced to sell!! with ,
GVilleAvea ,
475 2885 t 473 4164 ,
horn. 70 tillable acres provide Income 1/30 MISCELLANEOUSSHOP assumable mortgage. $''0.000. KeyponeAr.o 473-3144
lor absentee owner. Creek and Christian lady to stay with elderly lady HANDY MAN SPECIAL! 3/1 'frame onappro.
woodland. Hunting) $83,000., $18.500 day and night Light cleaning and cook. AND SAVE Wilma' Variety Storeis .. 1 acre, off SR 100. Owner
down, balance 10 percent APR. United Ing. Call 496-3302 or collect 259,2894, now open, so If you're tired of paying anxious to tell Make offer.
Form Agency, P.O. Box 755 Troy AI. after 4.30: P.M. llpd. 1/23 high price for all type of merchandise PERFECT SETTING FOR HORSES 30
36001. 1(205)566-1870( ) 12057352442.( ) drive that 3 mile and save. W.'relocaled acres fenced and cross.lenced with
It. 1/23 CARS-TRUCKS 3 miles from Lake Butler on 21'brick home new Cent
SR-100 at the county line (New River Heat/Air Two story born with lock
Bridge). We're giving 10 percent off all room, horse stall Must see to op
REAL ESTATE 1977 Buick 4-door station wagon Radio. merchandise In the store this Friday predate.
Air conditioner heater, and cruise through Sunday, Jan. 2426. This It our Call Mary Redding
OUT OF AREA control. firm.
$1,200 Call 431-1939.
way of getting to know you. That's 10 At Lovorn Realty
Itchg. 1/23 percent off our already low prices So 473-32S4 or 473-362S
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO drive a little and save a lot Itpd. 1/23 JANE Se USHERYour
PERTY III don't have It, I'll find Its Just HOMES Union County.'" _
oik. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. INSURANCEMAINES 496-2126 or 496-2903

496-2126 or .496-2903 eve." "YOUR Government Homes from $1 (U repair). :MO W. Main St.. lake Butler.
UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tin Also delinquent tax property. Call INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. PAINTERInteriorExterior
1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. GH-1136 for Infor Lake Avenue lake Butler 4963978. Real Estate..The Largest and Best
FOR SALE motion 12/19 Btpd. 26BOATS Complete Insurance Service. tinA
All Jobs-Larg. or Small Investment You Will Ever Make

Approx. yrs. ExperienceS
Plant at Martin' Fruit Form Apples and *********************** ]
$2.80 to $5 $2 to $3 nectarines .f Satisfaction
peaches and plums $2.25; 1915 17' Stump Knocker Bass Boat 75 HP j New wood-.Ided 14 wide 2BR furnished GuaranteedFree
blueberries $2; redbud dogwood Johnson Lara Trush Motor, Power trimutulity Island kitchen, bay whrd"w i Estimates BEAUTIFUL HOME and Income producing property.
golden rain and myrtle $4. Closed trailer, finder
crepe depth console
garden tub with SMALL TRACTS OF ACREAGE: 3.10 Owner financed.
Sundays .497-2621 Ft. White. 12/31 many extras Paid $8,200 last ,, carpet double pod References Avail acres.
throughout. No d-'wii whip y
Stchg. 1/30 year asking 6000. Call 431-1939 t money LAKE BUTLER AREA
oil I 11 I g""d credit If ynu qualify, $199.87 Call Joe or Bob
Flashing arrow signs 50 percent 1 Itchg. 1/23 :
$289 complete. lighted non-arrow f per month and move in. Free 6.7 a.m. 7.12 p.m. e3 BEDROOM, I'/i Bath concrete block home, CH/A double-
$269. Unllghted $219. Freele"e..1! See FOR RENT delivery and set up. Call Mr. F"rd 1.275.2712 oven stove, fenced back yard. Ideal location walking
locally. 1000 Imprinted balloons $99. ; 1-473-7237. j 1.275.2317 distance to town.
I 1(800)423-0163( ) anytime. ,************************ LARGE TRACTS OF ACREAGE: for sale In Union County. Ap
1(800)628.2828( ) ext. 504. It. 1/23 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES ,
Piano Wanted: Responsible party to FOR RENTi Union CountyTimes, 150 proximately 100 acres to 350 acres.RAIFORDAREA.
assume small monthly payments on Main Street, Lake Butler Phone Need
spinet/console piano. Can be seen 496-2261 for Information tin
locally. Write: (Include phone number) One, two and three bedroom mobile Custom Shop & Compare I 11 I ) '3 BEDROOM HOME on one acre needs small amount of
Credit Manager P.O. Box 520 home All electric, central heat and ? repair. Price IS negotiable.
Beckemeyer. II. 62219. 1/16 3tchg. air, cable TV. Basketball and Draperies Special Insurance for
1/30 playground. Pines Call 496-2366, Mobile Home Parks FOR RENT
Special I 11 I New flashing arrow signs complete SR121, Lake Butler. 1/9 Ifn/chg. Call Loma Stephens49K0071 All types of homeowner '3 BEDROOM 1'' bath home In Lake Butler. $350 monthe3
legs, letters, stand, bulbs, warranty Six room house, with swimming pool. policies for BEDROOM HOME in Raiford. $275 month. .
only $337 delivered and set-up. Near Lake Butler reasonble rates, nice IF I mobile homes.
Call 1(800)833-3737( ) for appointment 8" location. Call 4963018. 1/9 tln/chg. r-- Call for
letter special only $49.95 box It. 1/23 Three and Four bedroom mobile homes. Quote FOR APPOINTMENT TO SEE THESE AND OTHER LOCATIONS .
Dining Table with leaf and six chairs. Seven miles from prison on SRi. Call Olin's Mobile CALL. ...
Walnut finish lighted wall unit-3 sections 4962842. 1 Itpd. 123PERSONAL

1/23 Call 496-3206, alter 6 P.M. It. SERVICESReduce 1..1 Home Sales JANE S. USHER Realtor

Used furniture Bunk beds, $50., head.
Elaine M. Olin 496.2126 or 496.2903 Eves.
boards $20 and $10 bed frame $10. TV Agent
stand $10, living roam suite((3 pcs) $50, safe and fast with CoBese .i Wilma' Variety Store Is now open 9$4.5606 "Your Union County REAL TOR"I
and ". drive that 8 9 miles to the \
Tablet or
dresser and chest of drawers, $200., E-Vap "water pill Andrews county -:... """'- """'-
end table $5. Powell's. 4963377. Itpd. Drugs 225 West Main Lake line and save.
1/23 Butler. 1/23 2tpd. 1/30 : Ware located on SR 100 W. about 1
Three ton A/C unit like new. $900. Call Housecleaning service Call 4963564. or 9 miles out, at the Bradford and
4311939. Itchg. 1/23 Itpd. 1/23 Union County line (New River I e e 8VNDAY
1975 MG Midget$1800 or would consider Septic Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks-. Bridge).
trading for a largr car or truck. Call New septic tanks, drain lines, lilt, stations : 10% DISCOUNT en all merchan- l lH
4962673. Itchrg. and pump out tanks. Alter 7 disc this Friday through Sunday
A.M.. Call 275.2268, Alter 7 P.M.. Call rAT
HORSES FOR SALE: two fillies and one (1/24.26)( ). Our way to get to know
275-2197. tlnchg. 1/23 :
colt. Appaloosa and you.
quarterhorses. 1
Mobile home and
old haltered repair remodeling. f That's 10% OFF OUR
year only Jane S. Usher. ALREADY
Call 496-3255, after 6 P.M. weekdays.Itchg. ,
496-2126 or 4962903. Itchg 1/23 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES) i
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Mark Friedlin 29 for a special concert. Mike Wingate. "We are very lucky packing them in during concerts \\t n
LRM Sports Writer The show Is sponsored by the that he agreed to come here to per. across the United States in some of
The Fellowship of Christian KHHS FCA chapter and will begin at form." the largest arenas available for professional <3 f A Valentine Adventure awaits you at Jo Ann's....
Athletes of KHHS scored a coup last 7:30: p.m.Admission is an incrediblylow entertainment.
week when noted singerentertainerCarman $1.50 with"love offerings"being In 1980 Carman independently ..p Gift jour Valentine a gift that lasts all year.Q .
who has opened for a accepted during the performance."His recorded and produced his first In 1981 his career hit the big time I V .baskats. t hand carved wooden bowls a
number of big-name acts on the record "God's Not Finished With when he met Bill Gaither at a con
Christian music circuit this year Including show ii very exciting and Me" and began appearing in con cert in Colorado. c: wraathslruisC'
the Bill Gaither Trio Sandi many people all over the country certs on a part time basis. D candles candle holders
Patti and many others, agreed to. have paid up to$10 per ticket to see He has since turned into one of Call Keystone Heights High Schoolat V shelves
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following arrests were madein Aderholt. Bond was set at$500,Sim- Raymond Penecl Tyson of Staarkewas (
Bradford County by local mons remains in custody. arrested Jan.20 for retail theft,
authorities. acceding to Patrolman Spears. He
was released after a $210 surety
Rodney Michael Cayton of Starkewas Thomas Gerald Alderman of bond was posted.
arrested Jan. 19 for driving Hampton was arrested Jan. 21 for
under influence, according to driving while license suspended,according Clayton Augustus Sumner of I I
Patrolman M. H. Paris. Cayton's to Patrolman M D. Spears. Alachua was arrested Jan. 22 on a
blood alcohol content was .13 percent Bond was set at $100.75, he was violation of probation charge,according -
he was released after a $325 released on his own recognizance. to Investigator Tilley.6VENI3A'S .

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Charles Jackson, Jr., 26, of Sarke /
was arrested Jan. 18 for two countsof 7A
grand theft, according to Investigator a I
John Tilley. Bond was set
at $1,250 for each charge. Jackson ( a
remains in custody.: { SHEAR! DESIGN!

Thomas Edward Rodriguez,21,of .:
Bradford County was arrested Jan. "In the Tender Loving Care Center" ,
18 for aggravated assault with a ,,- 1
deadly weapon, according to ,,-- 1Y
Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bond SALE 1
was set at$2,500,he was released on

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Joseph Anthony Boutros of 4 Speeds J
Daytona Beach was arrested Jan. 18
at the Starke Bowling Lanes for Frosting . . . $1500 lIeg. '25
disorderly conduct, resisting arrest
without violence and battery,according WITH CHRISTINE ONLY Tempos ('851'86))
to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. I
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