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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 30, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Outside. On_Section .
A cold front this SECTION At Pages SINCE 1879 ''f
rapidly moving is expected to move through area
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this. (Thursday Jan 30) with few showers andwind N.w..t.3.7. "
morning ) a
shifts Editorial.. . . . . . .."
Broken clouds Social I N.ws. . . . . .5.'" "
a 20 chance of rain from 6 a.m. to noon a
trace to l/4-mch percent! ThursPublic Notlc.i. . . . . .*ASlralghlA y F ORLOP
with winds out of the north at 7 mph is the s
day forecast There of showers .. . . . . .8A FL
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day. Otherwise, the expected state of weather Isfrpartlycloudy 3r
with near normal temperatures, with lows near 40 and high in the SECTION 8:12 Pag.iSport VEag1 l- "
low to middle 60s, . . . . . . 1-4B L{( ;t GNL
Low freeze It\ Obituaries . . . . 5.t08 Il-tI I.1 I
temperature locally in Tuesday morning's was 17.
B,U Economist . . . . .6 B 5
was 29 here around 10:30 m then the
degrees p Tuesday TC&Y . . . . . . 7B G .
temperature to rise and around 30 Wednesday
began was degrees . . .
morning Clatnli.d AdiNwf .8-toe The Sweetest Str .erries This Side of Heaven
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From 3 to 5 inches of rain has fallen since Jan 1 The 30 year
H.atth Occupations. . 17B I07th Year STAKKK, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy ,
average rainfall for January is 2.8 inches
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Three outstanding local citizens Starke, was named-Student-of-the- optimistic projections. The impact l :
s were honored last Thursday night, Year. Miss Baldwin is currently of this fine educational institution on /I,
Jan. 23, in the annual awards for president of the BHS student body our entire area has not yet been fully
1985 given by the Starke-Bradford and is a dual enrollee at BHS and an realized, and will continue to yield ...
I County Chamber of Commerce. early admissions student to SFCC. increasing educational, cultural, ...
They are: and economic benefits to our com i<
Guy Andrews...
munity.
Guy Andrews, who was named E.L. Matthews and Lillian Stump "The opening of SF'CC Starke
Citizen-of-the-Year, for his In- nominated Guy Andrews. Matthews Center climaxed Guy's long and
r strumental work in getting a two- wrote the following nomination: devoted service to the college which
r'1 year college, the Starke Center of "A native and lifelong resident of began when he served as vice-
"J' Santa Fe Community College, for Bradford County, Guy has been instrumental chairman of an Advisory Board requested .
local students. Andrews contributed in bringing many things by the State Department of ,
P a 7-figure amount of money to the of lasting benefit to our city and Education in 1964 to study and make )
--. 1 \ college and raised most of the rest of county in the fields of education, recommendations on need for a '"
alt AK ? the $800,000 necessary to convert the business and industrial growth, Junior College in athe Alachua-
old 1902 courthouse and adjacent church activities, and health care Bradford County area. As a result of ,
parking lot into a post high school facilities. this committee report, the State '.:
education center where Bradford "Guy was the first person to suggest authorized a Junior College in :
students can get two years of collegeat the possibility and desirabilityof Gainesville to serve both counties It .
much less expense than travelingout establishing a Starke Center for opened for its first term in .'
of town Santa Fe Community College in the September 1966 and Guy continued ',

.m_ _____._..__m.-__ ____ Old Bradford County Courthouse. serving on the board (two terms as J I
Elizabeth Walker, retired schoolteacher While at first this proposal was view- chairman) until retiring in 1984.
These Three Were Judged Bradford's Finest in '85... was honored with the ed in awe by Santa Fe officials, Guy "Guy also served on the Board of :a
Chamber's Humanitarian Award for proved that even the 'impossible Alachua General Hospital for two
llonoied by the Staike-liiadfoid Chaiiihci' of Commerce 0\\u. LSI-it, Talk about it. Support it. Brag 011 it. It will always being willing to lend a help; dream' becomes possible when accompanied years, and for the past four years
as the top citi/ens for I'lXi! : ate: Mis.: Kli/abelh bi the instrument\ to take us up, up up..." Andrews ing hand or come to whatever aid by sufficient energy, enthusiasm has been a board member of Santa
Walker, left, Humanitarian A"aid dm .\ndic\vs" said. There is a lot moj. 'e to be done Andrews said, hoping possible for any person, regardlessof and yesfinancial support Fe Health Care Systems, Inc, which
middle Citi/en-of-the-\eai. and IUIS senior Kettle the SI'1C' Cenlei will provide the impetus for Ihe status in life.Bradford operates Bradford Hospital and four
Baldwin, Outstanding Student ieclelo|>iiient of the lest of the downtown "Today, we see that dream as a other hospitals, including Alachua
Andreas received the award for his (>!fort, both :.Mis Walker said the award would make her live a High senior Kelliene reality and a rousing success with General.
physically and immelai'ih, in establishing a M.uKe lot lounei :Miss Baldwin attributed her success to her Ann (Kellie) Baldwin, daughter of enrollment of young students, as
Branch of Santa Fe ConimuniU College It's tour patents' expelling that she would be above aerage.N Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin of well as adults, exceeding the most (See C-of-ClonorsP.7A)

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developer Ronald Eug<:'n<' salts:, and leu1!'estate related 'ransaction -
Newman, of Keystone Heights pled .
guilty Tuesday Jan. 28, in U.S. /Newman: paid no income tax (luring -
District Court in Jacksonville to one any of these years.
count of signing a false federal income /Newman's: first documented in-
tax return for 1976 volvement in marijuana trafficking
occurred in Sept. 1976 when he was
Based on information received indicating arrested in Texas while attempting
Newman was involved in to drive an autombile loaded with .q
marijuana trafficking, the Internal 378 pounds of marijuana back to
Revenue Service conducted an investigation Gainesville /Newman: pled guiltyto
covering the calendar felony possession of marijuana.
years 19761979. The investigation During the years investigated i ,6 r -' +
was conducted as part of a joint IKS- /Newman: went to great )lengths to i 't y ,
Customs Task Force in conjunctionwith conceal his income from the government V .
a federal grand jury with the according to the IKS /He
defendant only one of the persons made extensive use of currency by
under investigation, according to the purchasing items, such as a pickup
Public Affairs Office of the IHS in truck and a 26 foot boat I by paying i
Jacksonville. Due to incomplete with $100 dollar bills. In addition, it '
records and the nature of New man's appears that Newman attempted to -. (
alledged unreported income, derived conceal numerous assets by pur-
from marijuana trafficking, the chasing them in his wife's name, and .
IRS used the net worth and personal sometimes failed to transfer title of ice. '
expenditures method of proving income other properties to his name. ifI- Crowd Attends
to reconstruct Newman's cor- U.S. District Court Judge John Capacity
rected income. The IRS investigation Moore forwarded a presentence in-
showed that Newman's net vestigation and scheduled sentenc- e "
worth increased from $9,300 in 1975 ing for March 3. (
to nearly $86,000 in 1977 It appears /Newman: could receive up to three : BMS Band ConcertBy
this increase resulted primarilyfrom years in prison, a $5000 fine, plus .
Newman's involvement in paying for cost of prosecution. In addition r
favorite ouentivight"then swung
marijuana trafficking, the proceeds to the sentence imposed, per- Mark Frledlin into the old folk favorite "Down in
of which were not reported on his income sons guilty of criminal tax offensesare BCT Staff Writer
with
t the Valley" before ending
The Bradford Middle School con-
tax returns required to pay the tax deter-
Christmas
another crowd-pleasing
1 cert bands under the direction of
mined be due with all interests
During this period Newman was to along conductor James Peronto performed favorite "Jingle Bells".
under scrutiny by local law enforce- and civil penalties that may in their annual Winter Concert "The younger band members are
be assessed. A civil fraud of "
ment including the Florida penalty enthusiastic this ,
agencies really year
Thursday, Jan. 16 to the delight of a
Department of Law Enforcement. 50 percent of the tax amount could of parents and friends Peron said. "They are always a litUemore -
Newman failed to file an income tax be assessed under the law. paced in the BMS gymnasium.. nervous than their more experienced
return for 1976, and reported only Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas BMS Principal Charles Hall in- counterparts but they per-
nominal income on his 1977 individual Morris of the Middle District Courtof troduced Peronto and his students to formed very well in their first con-
income tax return Form Jacksonville confirmed the infor- y 4 the crowd and they entertained cert setting."
1040. The reported income was mation about Newman's traffickingin thelarge gathering with several holiday The Marching Band made their
derived primarily from livestock marijuana in Florida and Texas. favorites. way on stage next in strict precisionand

1 APiaii + "We were very pleased with the settled into an opening pefor-
show and the supportive crowd who mance of a tricky number called
Winter Wonderland attended," Peronto commented "Cadences" which showed off the
Monday. "We have a talented bunchof skill of the musicians in all the different -

younger musicians here in Brad- sections.
ford County. We're proud of all of Next came this year's big hit "We
Shorts Out E. Starke them Many of these younger Are the World", written by popular
students will go on to become valued entertainers Michael Jackson and
members of the Marching and Con- Lionel Ritchie for the famine vic-
Ice formed by a sprinkler left on in freezing weather and tree limbs cert bands at the high school tims on the drought-stricken African
blowing into power lines caused the periodic outages in the east side of I' The show began with the Beginn- continent.
Starke this Tuesday, Jan. 29, according to Power Superintendent Bill :-,.. ing Band playing their way a bit ner- The next number was another Inspirational
.
Weldon. "" !"" :... vously but well through renditions of holiday favorite "Hark,
John Goodman has a sprinkler that will go higher than his house on 900 "The Early Days", "Moving Along" the Herald Angels Sing".
Pine Street in the Reno section. Ice is also a conductor of electricity, but it .1... ;: 'fi'I < and "Mary's Pet". The BMS Concert Band were the
was a slow charge which had to build up to trip the breaker in the ; ....: .- The Cadet Band was next on stage
transformer at the Goodman residence. Then Starke's new automated ,. ......... and they performed the Christmas (See BMS Band..p.8\
electrical equipment would reconnect the transformer That's what caus- ... ..-------- "'"
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one of the city's five feeder circuits affected. That circuit, number 4-14, ,. t .-fr
provides electricity to Southside Elementary School as well f. :
SSE, as well as the entire east side of Starke, experienced periodic .
outages all day Tuesday, and finally sent students home about 2 p.m. On- Top-Notch... .4 I I?

ly 194 students of some 600 which usually ride the bus were present, so James Peronto conducts the i 4 "' .
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loads combined home.
were going
Beginning Band (at top) at the .
But at least the new equipment provided some heat, points out Supt start of the annual Bradford Middle "
Weldon. On the old equipment the lights would have gone out and stayedout School Winter Concert as the Con- ...
until the problem was found around 2 pm. cert Band waits their turn.
The other major problem was tree limbs broken in Monday's high The BMS: Honor Guard openedthe A' .
winds blowing against power lines. Weldon has one limb with 10 burned concert. From left to right they .
places on it, meaning it swung into the lines 10 times. Include: Lori Starling, Michael
City crews got the limo problem cleared up Tuesday, then still had a McKinney, Michael Tierney, Steve
problem, and traced it finally to the Goodman residence on Pine Street in McElroy, Danlelle Smith and WI
Reno. James Smith. h r
The city's new computerized equipment was showing a ground fault The BMS: majorettes Include
within the system. Had it been a big charge it would have blown the (from left to right)! Beth McKinney '
transformer. Angl McChesney. Mlsti Fill 'c-
Bradford High School also experienced power outages, but they were Teresa Bassett and Aimee
caused by newly installed resistance heating equipment in newly rebuilt Ferguson. 11 .,,';" ... :
Phase I. The fuses in the power system were rated for the old system. ._ .
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New fuses with higher capacity solved the BHS problem fairly quickly ---
Tuesday morning, said Weldon.






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Frustrated County Commission ,Meets i




To Take Up Voting Rights; Lawsuit"We i

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shall overcome..this," said Liberty counties have been defendants ing to the disparity in population party's legal fees.-which In this case I
the newest Bradford county commissioner to voting rights suits. Clerk figures. will be over $100 per hour.
Wilbur Waters before afrustrate Gib Brown said that he had talked to "We're ready to go," said the elec- While going on and off the recordon
4 i s County Commission met the clerk in Suwannee County and tions supervisor, "We're just several occasions," the commission
in a special meeting Jan. 20 to was told they had just had their new waiting for what comes down the directed the clerk to stop the
discuss the voting rights suit by the districts approved court.In pike." tape recording of the meeting. This
T local chapter of the NAACP. the meeting, Neva Flynn, In discussing redistricting the did not comply with the Florida
supervisor of elections board to the Public law which requiresa
recalled that came conclusion that it Meetings ,
Uncertainty as to what to do was the last time the commission had re- would be difficult to construct a record to be made of all public
1 the main feature of the meeting that districted was in 1982 with a minor district with a black voter majority.This meetings.A .
G produced only the instruction to change in the south end of the coun- was based on the concentrationof public meeting is defined as any
1i county attorney Reggie Flynn to ty. She also said that the last time blacks in the Lincoln City, Reno gathering of two or more elected or
continue negotiations with the op- for the school board was approx- Lawtey and Pleasant Grove areas ofthe appointed officials' that involves
posing attorneys. imately 1973, again with a minor county, which are separatedfrom public business with extremel few
change. Both school board and coun- one another. and specific reasons for closing a
Flynn indicated that under the ty commission districts are approx- "We might be glad that we got meeting. They are known as the
law, the county had 20-days to imately the same. three or four Renos three or four government in the sunshine laws
answer the suit with a Jan. 30 County commission District 1 has Lincoln Cities..said Hodges about that require free and open access to
deadline to respond. However, he 1,533 registered voters and its com- the dispersion of the black popular the public decision making process.
said that he had been in contact with missioner is Lawrence Mosely. tion and its possible effect on the outcome Next action is a meeting between
the other lawyer and the concensuswas District 2 has 1,425 voters and is of the suit. both city attorneys, E.L. Norman,
that this was not a hard and fast served by E.L. Norman. District 3 According to Brown, it would cost the chairman of the county commis-
dr ale deadline."As has 1,512 voters with Maxie Carter in the county about$30,000 per year ad- sion, and a representative of the
.I long as you're negotiating, office. District 5 has the largest total ditional for a commission with seven North Florida Regional Planning
you've got time," said Flynn. "They with 1,848 voters served by E. W. members. Council set today (Thursday morn-
Attorney Brown's New Building Wins... just want to get rid of at-large votingas Hodges and District 5 has the fewest Flynn said that as a county tax- ing, Jan. 30)) at attorney Flynn's of-
I understand it." with 1,151 voters and the newest payer he and school board attorney fice. Supposedly, the discussion will
Winner of the Bradford Improvement Award for December from the commissioner, Wilbur Waters. Terry Brown are trying to keeplegal center around the possibility of
Chamber of Commerce is the completl remodeled, and almost rebuilt, Uhtil 1947, all of Florida's counties When asked by commission clerk costs down for the county He indicated technical assistance for re-
former Jiffy Store on North Temple Ate. across from Bradford High elected their county commissionersfrom Gib Brown about redistricting, Mrs. that most settlements re- districting provided by the planning
School within the district they ran Flynn said "It's about time," r ferr- quired the payment of the opposing council.
The building houses Cilia's Classic Cuts and Style and the offices of attorney from. In that year, a constitutional
Terry Brown, the owner. Gina is Gina Brown Kre/ee attorney amendment was approved making .
Brown's i!>tt'r.T"l'ry at-large voting mandatory. In 1974 -
Brown accepts the award from BIA Committee ChairpersonSusan another amendment was approvedthat TEN PIECESHRIMP
lleddish. allowed each county to decide
between single-member electionsand
at large voting. It was further
modified in 1984, allowing countiesto DINNER
have five single-member commis-
Tim Rearick Named sioners and two at large members on
an expanded seven member board.In .

the 1980 census, Bradford Coun- Ten delicious, hand-breaded fried
New BH AdministratorSanta ty had a total population of 20,023 shrimp, with our natural-cut french
with 15,728 classified as white and 1 4 \
Fe Healthcare Systems and construction phases of the new 4,077 as black. No current figuresare fries, fresh cole slaw, Southern-style s ,
Inc and its affiliate, BradfordHospital $7 million hospital project here. available for the county to account hush cocktail e
and
Inc., announces the appointment Rearick received a master's for population growth in the puppies, sauce a ri
of Tim Rearick as the ad- degree from the University of ensuing five years. lemon wedge.SUNDAY.
ministrator/chief operating officerof Florida graudate program in health
Bradford Hospital effective April and hospital administration. He "What do they really want?" ask-
15 completed a residency in hospital ed a late arriving E.W. Hodges of
$3.59
('.E (Rip) O'Steen, who has serv- administration at Tallahassee Flynn. The attorney indicated that
ed Bradford Hospital (BH) as ad- Memorial Regional Medical Center the thrust of the suit, as he .. h.-
ministrator/chief operating officerfor and served for a year on its ad- understood, was an adamant desireon "
the past five years, has been appointed ministrative staff. Currently, their part to do away with at- MONDAY & TUESDAY
administrator/chief Rearick is assistant administratorof large voting and to maintain county & WEDNESDAY
operating officer of Santa Fe Bay Medical Center in Panama commission and school board All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner All
Day Special
Healthcare's Suwannee Hospital in City. Rearick and his wife, Paige, districts with the same boundariesto
Live Oak, effective Feb. 3. Suwannee will move to Starke. cut down on voter confusion. Specially breaded, country-style fish 2-Piecc Fish Dinner
Hospital, about the same size as From Feb. 3 until April 15, Jack fillets, natural-cut trench fries, fresh coleslaw Dinner includes: 2 golden-brown fish
BH, has been under the manage- Floyd will serve as acting ad- "The more time we have, the bet- Southern-style hush puppies and O O f\ fillets) natural-cut french fries, fresh cole '1
ment of Santa Fe Healthcare ministrator of BH. Floyd worked at ter off we'll be," said Maxie Carter, Offer $ 99
tartar sauce. Good For Dining dO
Systems, Inc., but recently was Sarasota Memorial Hospital for 25 another late arrival, about reachinga _ bought by the SFHS. years and served as ad- final decision. "I've had a coupleof Room Service Only.
O'Steen has been with BH during it ministrator/chief operating officerof people to tell me to do it all and be
conversion from a county institutionto Sarasota Memorial for 15 years. through with it."
its not-for-profit operation as a He retired in 1985 and is presently A number of similar suits have & Captain D&
partner in the Santa Fe System. He working as a consultant to Santa Fe been filed across the state, with
has been key in the planning, design Healthcare Systems, Inc. most of them successful. In this 4'e A great little seafood place.. ;
area, Columbia. Suwannee and

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seems that a deadly specter is drug users, but can be transmitted "
hovering over the nation's blood supply between a mother and her unborn
: keeping many people from par- child. Hemophiliacs, before a recent
ticipating in giving the life saving test for the aids virus, have been
fluid because they are afraid of subjected to exposure because they
disease. must use clotting agents obtained
The fear of AIDS has almost from the blood of other people.
claimed another victim, but this The Civitan Regional Blood Center g
time there is no reason for it to happen (CRB) in Gainesville supplies a
large portion of the blood products
"Donating blood has nothing to do used by patients in the North Central
with AIDS. Giving blood is absolutely Florida area. Over 75,000 blood products
safe. There is no way that a donor are expected to be used by pa-
can contract AIDS or any other tients in this area, says R. James
disease by giving a pint of blood. I Glikes, executive director of CRB. rAV '
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urge you to say 'yes the next time e ; .
you are asked to donate blood," says "The Civitan Regional Blood .
Everett Koop, surgeon general of Center needs 40,000 blood donationsin r'pTh "
the United States. 1986," says Glikes. "The blood .
January has been declared Na- donation process is quick, easy and Valentine's Day Is Just Around The Corner! .. '
tional Volunteer Blood Donor Month safe. Disposable supplies are used
by President Ronald Reagan, in an and all equipment is sterilized. We
apparent effort to stimulate are looking for more humanitarians,
public
Surprise "Special Someone" with a Valentine
interest. 'People who love people and will your
AIDS (Acquired Immune Defi- give blood to prove it." (I Message especially for him or her.It's .
ciency Syndrome) is a basic In order to protect patients receiv-
disorder of the body's ability to fight ing blood products, various testing to do!
off disease. What occurs is an invasion procedures are used to verify its I easy
of the body by infectious agents safety. ry
that ultimately lead to the death. After a donation of blood, it is c Mail coupon and payment to:
There is no known cure at this time. screened for a variety of con- \!) Bradford County TelegraphP.O.
Research now seems to indicate taminants, which include hepatitisand Drawer A
that it is caused by a virus that may the TLV3 virus associated with Starke, Florida 32091
have originated in Africa. Accordingto AIDS, said Tracy Van West of the
medical authorities, the virus is blood center. This is done to be sureit Or bring to Telegraph Office
transmitted primarily by sexual is safe before release: to area ((135 W. Call Street)
contact and contact with infected hospitals for use by patients. All messages must be prepaid
blood products.It Following a recent tele-a-thon,
has traditionally been isolatedto stock levels are at reasonably high y r Deadline for messages will be

homosexual men and intravenous levels at the blood center. pe; }+ Tuesday Noon, February 11, 198G.

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Classic Cuts & Styles :> .

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Your "Special Someone" message will appear in the Telegraph.
d1 I PERMS HAIRCUTS 3 on Thursday, February 13, 1986

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Call St.Cleanup..
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J The meiiiboi of the Little -.4
Woman's Club of Starke were busy
j ic4t as been lust week as they helped
remove old tape and debris from i
closed slore-froiilH alone historic
,] 'all Street In Slaike.
t In the hhot at len Shilynn Chaff
i .. TriU'l fljik and Mindy Mersey
; work to remove old taped over window -
"A t. .' coverings from store fronts r
along lie street while, at right, w i
\. .. .' Tussle Autry, Paula Green and
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: ,I ir Jennifer Brown do their part to
make 1 Call Street a more pleasant
I place to work and shop.
j Thllllll'ojl'ct. aided by a grant
from .licit-lie' Cirrrn was just one of
0\\ the many Com in unity Service pro- 4 ca ,
I KraniH the girls in the club accomplish -
each year in Ktarke. '
The girls plan to donate that ; J '
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J HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSBradford

Commissioners Put in
Requests Square Shopping Center 964-6946 Starke



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Senator Grant agreed with him shorted on state school dollars. According over to the county but functions Pre-Program Channels
about the overzealous approach by to him, the county only gets primarily to carry traffic to and &
the state in the matter. 95-cents of every dollar that is ap- from Union Correctional Institutionand Fantastic \ s __
"There's nothing wrong a whole propriated for schools, because of FLorida State Prison. Sound Speakers
lot of money wouldn't help," said the funding guidelines. Funds were also requested to
Reddish after the meeting Many of the costs are the same as assist in maintenance for other Reg. $444. T'' HDaDl I ODD
Citing no money from local in surrounding high-cost of living roads turned back to the county _Jasxa Hanoi a L7 0.
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Varied Events for Chris Campbell Week




Bat Doe: Fund-raising Under Way for Trip to/ pain



For those who may not be familiar with, quent applications of medicines.
or heard of the plight of the little boy Chris P.ey The First Baptist Church of Starke Is the
Campbell in Starke who suffers from the of this project and their I.D. Tax
DA Y'or rare skin disease known as Epldermolysis Exempt Number is registered with the
CHRIS Bullosa (E.B.), this is a brief account of Florida Federal Savings and Loan Assn,
his situation and what this community 395 W. Madison St., Starke, Fla. 32091,
hopes to accomplish on his behalf. ]S, where tax deductible contributions may be
-' k -.I-_ Chris was born March 25,1981 at Shands sent. All checks should be made payable to
-.I; 50 .'j Hosp. in Gainesville and lives with hisfamily :, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHRIS

;ll./: .... at 318 W. Lafayette St., in Starke. CAMPBELL FUND. The account numberis
.i#- While doctors at Shands have done all they 4031-330-0000-96. Contributors of CASH
j -' can to help Chris, it is recognized that will be given receipts for tax purposes, if
: there is no successful treatment or cure in requested.The .
\ : the United States. public is invited to attend and participate
(': ,11: \ Through the desperate efforts of Chris' in the various events that will betaking
\ mother, Brenda Campbell, to find help for .rtt place during the week of Jan. 31 to
A tr tf \ her son, she has managed to locate other Feb. 9 in the Starke/Bradford County
Ql families in Ohio, New York State and area. By proclamation dated Jan. 21.1986,
t-- I -, ? Canada whose children also suffer from Mayor Charles Schaefer declare this
Once again the communityeven the areais uniting in a common goal: this dreaded skin disorder. These families time period as CHRIS CAMPBELL
this time to raise funds for Chris Campbell, the five-: +ear-old victim of a have managed on their own, combined FUND-RAISING WEEK. In Starke the
tragic skin disorder, to take treatments at a special clinic in Spain. with help from others, to send their t persons coordinating this effort are Cheryl
children to the Kozak Clinic In Gerona, Godwin (Recreation Director), Chief of
The period of 31 through February 9 has been proclaimed Chris Spain where this disorder is being suc the first week of February. We recently Police Jimmy Bowen and ,,Fire Chief
Campbell Week in Stare and surrounding area. Following is a schedule of cessfully treated and controlled. A stay at spoke to him for a confirmation of the date, Dwayne Hardee. There will be plenty of
this specialized clinic lasts from six weeksto and learned that he was leaving im food, fun and entertainment activities
some of the events that will be taking place to help Chris Campbell enjoy a good
two months for thorough individualized mediately to take 9 children ((2 from New so everybody watch and listen for
more normal life: evaluation and establishment of the York State and 7 from Canada) to the announcements on the various planned
Jan. necessary continuing treatment after leaving clinic for treatment. He will return to events.
Friday, 31Benefit Sale of hamburgers and drinks at Handy Way
the clinic. Toronto on Feb. 4 and phone us giving a A Benefit Sale will be held Satur
Food Store Highway 100 (W. Madison St.) from every
across city plant.
power When firm date for his in
we volunteers working on this project appearance day from 9-5 p.m. at Rawson's parking lot.
Saturday, Feb. l- Events sponsored by Starke Police Department, Fire set our goals and schedule for getting Starke. The exact date and time will be Brother Keyvus Smart of Deeper Life
Department, and Recreation Department: Chris to Spain for treatment, we had announced on TV Channel 4, the various Christian Church is providing gospel and
targeted March 1 as the date he would newspapers, and by personal telephone inspirational music at the sales and invites
-Benefit Sale, hot dogs with homemade chili and cokes, Bradford Square, leave Starke, and immediately launchedour contact. This will be an educational program anyone interested to participate in a
from 10 a.m.Roadblocks. fundraising campaign through the as well as fund-raising event and gospel-sing with him.
churches over a wide area, and various the entire public is invited to attend.In On Saturday evening, Feb. 1, at 7:30,
at intersections of U.S. 301 and SR-100 and U.S. 301 and civic clubs and organizations.Tony the meantime all volunteers will con Rev. Jimmy Coyle Pastor of Eliam Baptist
Highway 16. de Gabriel of Toronto, Canada, tinue their fund-raising efforts at benefit in Melrose will?hold an "Old Fashioned
also a victim of E.B., has been successfully sales, garage sales, and public appeals to Gospel Sing" and love offering for the
-Old Fashioned Gospel Sing, Eliam Baptist Church, Melrose, 7:30: p.m. treated under the Kozak regimen and business and professional groups, and in benefit of Chris. The public is invited to at
currently leads an active, constructivelife dividuals. We are trying to reach every
Saturday, Feb. 15Benefit basketball game: WQIK DJs vs WPXE and serving as liaison between the clinic segment of our society to gain their attention tend.We want everyone to have a part in this
Starke Kiwanis, BHS gym, 7:30: p.m. and the affected families in Canada and and support of this great need. We humanitarian mission, so please come

Every SaturdayBenefit Garage Sale, all day west side of Rawson's the United States. He is now 34 years old must raise $15,000 alone just to get this with good hearts and a firm resolve that
Market and since being treated in 1981 after suffering family (2 adults, 1 child) on a plane (round we as a special, caring community are going
Super lot.
parking many years of pain and torture, is trip tickets) to Spain and in this clinic for to help this little boy to a better life,
Please support these and other events to help raise $15,000 fund for Chris dedicating his life to helping others in this evaluation and treatment for six weeks free of pain and suffering. God bless you
Campbell's treatment. Other condition.In minimum. It is important to make thepoint all and especially all the little children.
activities are welcome Help make this a that maintenance support funds will -
community-wide effort! telephone conversations with Tony, be needed to continue treatment over a M'rs.Larry Aiken(Pauline)
we had tentatively set the time for his coming period of one year, possibly a little longer, Co-Chairman and VolunteerRt.
to Starke to address the public on this until such time as Chris' frail body can .3, Box 957,Starke
subject during the last week of January or take over on its own and require less fre- Crystal Lake Rd.,473-4441


ebiTORiA1S Many People Thought



'Doctor' Abraham Was Good for What Ailed ThemFew



1985 Was Landmark
people still living remember "Doc According to the stories told about him, Abraham is said to, upon occasion, invoke
tor Abraham", a legendary figure in Brad- Abraham gave no medicines[ homemadeor his powers to get a straying wife back to
ford County who set himself up as a "faith otherwise. He attributed his healing her husband,or even play the part of cupidfor
Year for Bradford Progress healer", and between income from that ability to "the Lord" and professed that if an unsuccessful suitor.
source, and his ability as a profitable those suffering from an ailment would only One time Abraham was arrested for
strawberry grower, did quite well for have faith they would be healed. speeding in one of his fancy cars and was
1985 will be recorded as a landmark restoration work and also makes himself and his large family. He practicedhis hailed before the judge. He told the court
"healing art" for at his
many years that he wasn't guilty, and that he'd never
in the of Starke and owners who rehabilitate income producing
year development farm home on the "Rosier Road" nor speeded in his life. After posting bond, he
Bradford County, with several major properties eligible for income tax thwest of Lawtey. told the arresting officer he'd be sorry for

goals attained and others well on the credits. Stories of his strange powers of healing what he'd done, and- according to the

way to realization.And The National Register listing should brought him fame and fortune and his storynot four hours later the officer was
"clientele"was widespread. At one time in killed in a fatal accident.
now, at the outset of 1986, comes add a new incentive to the revitalization the 20s and. ,30s when all Seaboard But in addition to his "healing" power
another major step forward with program for Call Street, which was passenger trams stopped at Lawtey, an Dr. Abraham was also a successful
notification from Washington thatStarke's launched last year by the successful enterprising "taxi driver" made a good farmer. He grew large acreages of
establishment of a Starke Center in the living by carrying three loads of strawberries and, on one occasion, filledan
Call Street Historic District Old Courthouse and the creation of "patients", brought in by the trains every One Lawteyite who took his daughter to entire refrigerator car with his own ber
has been officially listed in the National a day, out to see "Doc" Abraham.In Abraham with a mouth infection, says the"doctor" ries. He owned about 192 acres of land, and
Register of Historic Places effective landscaped parking facility on West breathed into the girl's mouth fine sweet and other
the early pre-auto days he drove a grew corn, vegetable
Call Street. The improvement of several and the infection soon cleared up. Anotherman
with
December 12,1985. smart rig fine horses, and dressed in crops.
commercial properties along Call with a severe toothache said
The importance and prestige of this frock-tail suits and fine beaver hats. A Abraham "did nothing in the world but rub But when he himself got sick, Dr.
Street has already been completed watch fob
dangling a $20 gold piece, Abraham didn't rely his
his teeth and mumbled some words" and on own treatment.
distinction cannot be overestimated, as started, or in the planning stage. And decorated his vest. According to one eye he never had another toothache in his life. One of his neighbors remembered him
only structures and places that are funds are now being contributed by property witness he drove through town on one oc coming around to his house looking for
casion with $20 bills stuck in his hat band. Abraham had no fixed charges for his
historical some mullein herb that
,
recognized as having ar- owners and others for the services, but prominently placed on a an supposedly had
chitectural, and archaeological beautification of the Call Street district. With the coming of the auto age Dr. table in the room where he met his "pa curative powers.
significance are selected for this honor. Abraham converted from carriages to fine tients" was a tall vase, and if the patientfelt "Doc" Abraham died on June 27, 1937,
When the time comes for the annual autos. He once owned a new Cadillac; and a grateful for the "treatment" and was and is reported to have been a wealthy
The listing of a property in the Na report on 1986 activities at next year's Hudson at the same time. Although a large so disposed, he helped fill the vase on his man at his death. However, from public
tional Register also makes owners eligi Chamber of Commerce banquet, it man physically, the "Doctor" was quiet way out. According to those who knew the records in the courthouse, his estate as
ble to be considered for Federal grants- should reflect another banner year for spoken and respected by all. Some less af "doctor's" methods, those who visited him recorded there consisted of two cars, a
in-aid to assist rehabilitation and fluent customers in Lawtey stores were and tried to get by the vase without large truck, five mules, four hogs, several
Starke and Bradford irked when clerks would
County. neglect them in
donating heard veiled hints that somethingworse double and single wagons, various piecesof
their haste to wait on Dr. Abraham.The might happen to them unless they farm equipment$3,404 in one bank,and'
story is that Henry N. Abraham was sweetened the pot. $1,115.17 in another, in addition to his pro-
High School Rate brought down from South Carolina as a perty.
Dropout Whatever else he did, however,
field hand, but had no liking for manual Abraham refused to perform "black For a while after his death the old farm
I labor and somehow acquired a reputationas magic" on order. One shady characterwho place was occupied by a daughter, who
Concerns Senator Chiles i a healer. As stories of his mystical asked him to put an enemy out of the was known as "Doctor Tom." She professed
( ) abilities
alleged word
spread by of "remote control" was politelyrefuse that her father left his mysterious faith-
mouth, he soon became well known local- healing to her
But in addition to the main powers but she never
ly, as well as throughout a wide area. business of relieving pain and suffering, developed a following or became famous
Senator Lawton Chiles is concernedas -. and revenues. like her father.

all of us should bewith one of the Minorities are especially hard-hit by

greatest threats to education in our the drop-out syndrome. The rate for

nationthe high drop-out rate in our migrants in Florida is estimated at bet County Agent's Notebook
schools. His concern has led him to introduce ween 60 and 90 percent. The dropoutrate By Bobby Taylor

a "Drop-out Retention and for blacks is almost one out of

Recovery Act" in the U.S. Senate. every three, and almost half of the Each year, before cold weather arrives,
Hispanic youth entering high school I write about cold protection for landscape Care of Cold-Damaged Plants new leaves come out in the spring, the old,
This bill focuses on drop-out prevention damaged leaves will
ornamentals. And, every year when a hard just drop off the
in the critical transition years of never finish. freeze comes, I find that in spite of the branches die. That will be the time for thepruningshearsJustcutoutdeadbranches plants.

middle school, junior high, and early "Our nation's high drop-out rate goesa very best intentions,many gardeners have Whatever you do, remember that ifyou've
high school. It is these formative years lot further than just affecting the in failed to take adequate protection as you find them, and always cut back to already had some cold damage to
living wood. your landscape plantings this is the
not
measures. After each freeze I usually get
that determine whether the student will dividual, Senator Chiles says. "With questions about what to do with freeze- Bud injury and leaf burn are common time to relax your cold protectionmeasures.
become drop-out or not. The Chiles bill the U.S. competing in international high. damaged ornamentals.This problems on cold damaged camellias. The Try not to encourage any new
seeks to develop means of identifying technology markets, where knowledgeand week I'll discuss the kind of cold buds will either drop from the plants, or growth on your plants at this point, and
the damage most likely to open only part-way and show brown keep them as warm as possible the next
potential drop-out and developing a research are king, it is importantthat occur on some of centers. Leaf damage camellias time the
on usually weatherman
persuasive model J program; designed to our young people remain in schoolso our some most popular ideas on landscape what to plants do to ,help and offer in- isn't too much of a problem. Not rnally, as temperatures. predicts freezing

overcome distractions and difficultiesthat they can contribute in our efforts to jured plants recover.

discourage students from completing be leader of the pack." When landscape plants freeze, the first

their high school education. Passing a bill in Congress won't cure impulse of most gardeners is to get out the Forestry in Bradford County
pruning shears and cut away the dead and
Senator Chiles believes that the na the drop-out problem alone, but it will at dying leaves and branches. But,this really By David W. Norton Bradford Co.Forester '

tion's educational goal should be not least help gain the attention of parents, isn't such a good idea. As a rule, you can't Velpar applied on other landowner's
just to hold students in school against school teachers and administrators, tell how much damage has been done until ATTENTION! perties. pro-

their will, but to offer them the opportunity and others who should be most concerned plants start new growth in the spring. If FOREST LANDOWNERS! This will also be a good opportunity to

to succeed and excel by remain- with the frustrating problem of keep- you away prune live wood right that after doesn't a freeze have,you to may be lost.cut On Feb. 18, 1986, Jerry Stephenson with meet other landowners and foresters

ing in school. ing our young people m school until they Also, the leaves and branches which have DuPont Corporation is sponsoring a across northeast Florida and discuss other
seminar tour of areas around Tallahasseetreated problems and questions you may have on
Surveys have shown that nationallyone complete their education.As already rest of been killed can help protect the with Velpar. your property. "'
a against further cold
out of four students start Senator Chiles "It's grade plant If you attended the Landowner-Forestry
every who says, damage. If you're determined to prune im Velpar is a recently developed herbicide
barbeque in early December
Velpar
was
out as freshmen never become seniors. time for American schools. Right now, mediately for some reason, be prepared to which works very well on hardwoods (suchas discussed, but it is much better to see the
In Bradford County the drop-out rate is if we were graded on our ability to keep cover what's left of your plant to protect it oaks.) If you are growing pine on your results with your own eyes.
even higher. The cost to the nation is our kids in school, I'm afraid we would the next.time the temperature drops below land for timber purposes,you know what a The tour will begin at 9 a.m. sharp on
counted in billions of dollars annually get an F or a D-minus. That is simplynot freezing.With nuisance oak and other hardwood Feb. 18. The tour will meet at the Holiday
some of the more tender landscapeand can be. Oaks in
sprouting large quantities Inn Northwest Tallahassee (Rt. 27 and
due to resulting unemployment, good enough. Our challenge is to patio ornamentals, severe cold may compete against pines for water and 1-10)) and begins, around 8:30.: A complimentary
welfare, illiteracy, lost productivity, work toward an A-plus." kill everything above the soil line. But, nutrient usage. This can retard and limit lunch will be served from noon
these plants (things like rubber plants, pine growth in areas where oaks are to 1 p.m. If you have never been,this lunchis
philodendrons, and poinsettias) may sur numerous. well worth the trip. They will close out
prise you by sending up new shoots in the Velpar can be applied on hardwoods in a the tour around 3 p.m., which is plenty of
spring. So, don't give on them until
up time to back before dark.
get
be
number of different methods. It can us
1iWE warmer weather arrives. ed on areas currently growing In planted If you would like more information about
Azaleas usually suffer cold damage to pines or it can be applied on a cutover area this worthwhile tour or if you are in
flower buds and stems. You'll certainly in which a pine planting is planned. Both terested in altendln, please call me at
notice bud damage at blooming time,when methods will be explored on the tour. The 964-6280. ext. 219. This will let them know
The flnt indoor lc. skating rink was built at Madison Square Garden In New York In the plants produce few, or no flowers. tour will include an equipment demonstration how many are coming for lunch. Please<<
U7. It m..Mir d 6.000 square feet of surface. Stem damage will show up later in the spring using Velpar, but most important you call me before Friday, Feb. 7 !so we can
and early summer when some of the can get a chance to see the results of reserve a place for you.






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B-U Retired Teachers Hold Monthly Meeting Jan. 16In

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the Methodist Educational sidered by the state to provide financial Following the business session, a
I nrVInk' Building at Lake Butler, the help for retirees' health In delicious covered dish luncheon was
Bradford-Union Retired Teachers surance. enjoyed. Hostesses were Blanche
opened their Jan. 16 meeting by The group went on record as being Howard, Doris Richarde, Myrtle
: singing several "peppy" songs and opposed to a state lottery. Lee Sweat, Blanche Brown and
Happy Birthday to those who had Mrs. Muriel Norman asked that Mamie Jo Douglas. .
recently celebrated birthdays.The any Information for the next The next regular meeting will be
I inspiring devotional given by newsletter reach her by Mar. 11. in Starke on Mar. 20.
Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas stressed
that the world would be a better

place Commandments to live in by of keeping Human the Rela"Ten Catrell Overstreet, Shower HonoreeOther I

tions" such as keep smiling, befriendly
be loving, be caring, think Miss Catrell Overstreet, bride- hostesses for the evening
f happy thoughts, and plan ahead. elect of Michael Cooney, was enter- were Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mrs. Frank
President Ruth Jenkins Introduced tained with a Miscellaneous Showerat Palmer, Mrs. Tom Slade, Mrs.
Charles Gadd District IV Direc- the home of Mrs.Clyde Sinclair on Clyde Sinclair and Miss Lillian
tor of Florida Retired Educators Thursday, Jan. 16. Stump.
A Delightful Birthday Cake for Issac Kelly... Assn., who reported on revisions of Catrell was presented with a corsage -

Issac Kelly of New River' received this farm scene a cow barn, ducks, chickens, pigs and a green yard. state by-laws. He discussed various by the hostesses. During the
birthday cake from daughter Carnell Williams of Kelly, and nephew John Kelly are holding the cake in supplemental health insurance programs evening the approximate 25 guests Senior Citizens Club
.Starke, who baked and decorated the cake. the photo above. and the proposals !being Kelly, who has lived on a farm in New River all his Kelly said daughter Carnell really hit the spot with game announcing time.
life, was delighted with the farm scene which Included the cake, that nothing could have pleased him more. Deborah Gray, Honored guests for the evening were The Bradford County Senior
Mrs. Grady Overstreet, mother of Citizens Club of Starke held their
Benton Futch NamedTo the bride-to-be, and Mrs. Harry regular weekly meeting and mon-
Dean's List Cooney, mother of the prospective thly luncheon on Jan. 21.
Am. Leg. Auxiliary Members Attend Training CourseAmerican groom. The luncheon guest was Dr. Len-
Deborah Gray and Benton Futch The refreshment table was nin of the Mental Health and
have been named to the Dean's List highlighted with a bridal center Guidance Center.As .
Legion Auxiliary Post Wheeler and President George The American Legion Auxiliary, of Baptist Bible Institute in piece.Serving the Bohemian tea was always, there was plenty of
56 and 314 of Starke attended a Wheeler of Keystone Heights. Post 56, will meet Feb. 11 at 715 Ed- Graceville for the fall semester of Mrs. Evelyn Griffin, one of the good food and it was enjoyed by all.
Leadership Training Course on Another session will be held Feb. wards Rd.! Starke. Initiation of nine 198586. hostesses for the event. After lunch a moment of silence was
Saturday, Jan. 26 in Keystone at the 15 on Protocol. Details will be announced new members will take place at 7 In order to qualify, the student observed for the memory of Sarah
Keystone-Melrose American Legion later.Suwannee. p.m., preceded by a covered dish must have earned a 3.00 grade Mabel Sanders. She has been a
Post 202.Those. supper at 6 p.m. average on a 4.00 scale. helpful and thoughtful member for a
completing the course and River AuthorityTo New candidates are Laura Ritch, They are both natives of Starke. Erika Gruen Named long time and will be missed by all.
receiving a certificate from Post 314 Meet Feb 4 Delia Cole, Lottie Cole, June Cole, State Finalist For Our membership is always open
were Bessie Lee, Amanda Chandlerand Carol Ashline, Virginia Ekard, and will be for a long time. Every
Corean McNeil. From Post 56 The regular monthly meeting of Audrey Aubin, Beverly Blackshearand Catherine Ruth Roach Homecoming QueenMiss day there is some kind of activity at
were Toni! Coss, Mary Brown, Edith the Suwannee River Authority will Helen Wilkerson. Officers of the Makes Deans List Erika Lee Gruen, daughterof the club going on-craft classes, different -
Gowans, Mary Gissy and Lucille be held on Feb. 4 at 1:15: p.m. Auxiliary are asked to rehearse on Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen of ways and means of doing
Stieh. Certificates of Accomplishment This month's meeting will be held Monday, Feb. 10 at 3:30: p.m. Catherine Ruth Roach of Starke is Starke, has been selected state things or helping each other, Bible
were presented by Diane Wert- at the Western Steer Steakhouse, among the 151 students making the finalist for Florida's Sixth Annual classes and general discussions.
man, Kay Hussey and Fran Carlton. U.S. 90 West, in Lake City. This Homemakers Club Presbyterian College Dean's List for Homecoming Queen selection to be Our dues are $5 a year per person.
Six Legionaires attended the train- meeting is open to the public, and all Meets Feb. 13 the fall semester of the 1985-86 session held March 8-9 at the Holiday Inn International This amount goes toward a general
ing session, among them were two interested persons are invited to attend Acting Dean Kenneth E. Creel Drive in Orlando. trip to a restaurant of the club's
from Starke, Commander Robert The Bradford County Extension announced this week. Miss Gruen is the Bradford High choice once a year. We then returnto
Brown and Richard Coss, both from Homakers Club will meet February Young scholars are cited for their School Homecoming Queen. the club after dinner for dessert
Post 56. JL*'3f'3f w w 4t4t11.wA"lv 'JL1'<*? 13 at 10 a.m. at the Bradford academic excellence on the basis of Florida's Homecoming Queen will and the club meeting.
Representing the Northern Area Agriculture Building. Mrs. Gayle having achieved a grade-point ratioof receive a cash scholarship plus an Come on, Sr. Citizens, join our
Post units were Commander Arthur t Roberts from the Whispering Pines 3.30 or better (out of a possible all expense paid trip to compete with club and have some fun I
,Care Center will be the guest speaker. 4.00) as regular students during this Queens from the other states for
Everyone is welcome. period. America's Homecoming Queen in
Revival, DedicationAt Eric Steven TrojakMr. Cathi Roach, a sophomore is the July in Honolulu, Hawaii. America's
Deeper Life Church and Mrs. Steven Trojak of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Homecoming Queen will receive a Fish Fry, Gospel
Union City, Pa., announce the birthof LaVerne Nugent, Roach of Starke. cash scholarship plus an all- Sing SaturdayA
Elder Keyvus Smart announces a Eric Steven born Jan. 22.
a son, ,
dedication to be held Sunday, Feb. 2 Eric joins an older sister, Laura Jay Baker Wedding Set expense-paid educational trip to fish fry and gospel sing will be
at 3 p.m. at Deeper Life Christian Beth, 3 yrs. old. Europe. held Saturday, Feb. 1, beginning at 3
Center, 527 E. Brownlee in Starke.A Maternal grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nugent of For Stanley Products America's Homecoming Queen, p.m. at the Full Gospel Mission on
revival will be held nightly at 7p.m. and Mrs. Robert Ormsbee of Spar- Starke announce the engagementand of their Call Linda Johns, 964-6097 Inc., is a education non-profit organization and educational promoting State Road 100 at New River.
forthcoming marriage
Feb. 3-7. For more information, tansburg Pa. Maternal great- Rev. Hoke O'Berry invites
LaVerne I travel for high school homecoming
call 9648307. is Alice Hamilton of daughter, Ms. Nugent to: everyone.
trandmother Jay Baker, son o( Jessie & Faye queens in all fifty states. 1
*' ,
HAMPTON. HILITES Paternal grandparents! are Mr. Baker of Lawtey. t
..
is for Feb.'M4at :
't''w' '' 1i. '11M and Mrs. of Union City, Pa. The wedding planned
;i..1.I : : gmlrby Dolores :Me'.Vg". Trojak AirPark Baptist Church in Starke. e

phone1681915 Andrew Jason Polk Weight e
New Arrival
Alisha Marie Polk St. Edwards News

Diana and Karlene Charlene Grilu'isDavid Griffis of Jason the and Cindy birth of Polk twins of Starke, Andrew announce Renew MeetingsOn !

Graham proudly announce the birthof Jason and Alisha Marie, born Jan. 7 Jan. 14, the St. Edward's 1986 Quick Start vIProgram
their daughter, Diana Karlene. Alachua General Hospital. Parish Renew Team held an
She was born on Jan. 25 at Alachua at Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Bet organizational meeting in the parish
General Hospital in Gainesville, hall with the coordinator, Dr.
Paternal grandparentsare
weighing 7 Ibs. 12 oz. and measuring ty Glisson. Paternal William Marchese, presiding.
and Mrs. Glenn Polk.
20 3/4 inches. She joins her sixyearold Mr. grandmother is Mrs. Mar- Goals of the various chairmen of !AL
brother, Keith. great all of Starke. the team were outlined. The fourth SPEC Tr
'
thanna Granigan,
Paternal grandparents are R.G. season of Renew under the theme
and Julia Griffis of Graham. Mater- AlanB.FIcklingMr. "Discipleship" will begin in the St. )i1CPith
nal grandmother is Marcelline and Mrs. Alan Fickling of Augustine Diocese during the weekof
Campbell of Hampton. Jacksonville announce the birth of a Feb. 8.Parishioners.
I Paternal great grandmother is son, Alan Blake, born Dec. 9 at Baptist will be invited to of-
Mary Taibi of Graham. Maternal Medical Center in Jacksonville. fer specific prayers, spiritual or corporal
great grandmother is Clifford Maternal grandparents are Mr. works of mercy on Feb. 2, the A.Here's .
Prevatt of Hampton.New and Mrs. A. Samorisky of Starke. designated Prayer Commitment
Residents Maternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Sunday.On how 'you saveR ..
Richard and JoAnn Graham Juanita Mindy of Perry, Fla. Thursday, Feb. 6, all are when You 1 n now. 14.00egistratbonFee
recently moved to their new home on Paternal grandparents are Mr. welcome to visit the church from
SR 18 near the Hampton Lake boat and Mrs. Talmadge Fickling. Pater. 9:30 a.m. until 8:30: p,m. for periodsof Meeting Yee 6.00
ramp. Mr. and Mrs. Graham nal great-grandparents are Mr. and prayer and reflection. Weekly s20
formerly lived in Lansing, Mich. We Mrs. Emmett Ursry AND Mrs. Meetings Attended
are happy to welcome them and Maude Fickling, all of Jacksonville. Mrs. Josephine Gumber and Mrs. SAVE 8 oo '
hope they enjoy their retirementhere. Kay Richards attended a special YOU }

Marci McSwaln, session of the Renew program at St. News you
Condolence Catherine's Parish in Orange Parkon
Sympathy is extended to the fami- Aaron Mathews Jan. 18. Bishop John Snyder of St can make
ly and friends of Mary Jane Jones Engagement Told Augustine and Father Michael
who died on Jan. 26. Larkin, Director of the Diocesan choices like
HospitalisedMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Townsend Renew Program were among
Wilma Clark is recuperatingat Strickland of Kingsley Lake and special guests and speakers at this fit
home following three days Jessie W. McSwain, Sr., of Marietta, meeting.On these to
hospitalization last week at Brad Ga., announce the approaching wed- Thursday night, Jan. 23, a
ford Hospital. ding of their daughter, Marcl McS- Preparation Evening for Season IV your lifestyle... ,
Rudy DeWaters is a patient at wain, to Aaron Mathews, son of Mr. of Renew was held at St. Patrick's
Bradford Hospital. and Mrs. Leaton Aaron Mathews, Parish in Gainesville. This meetingwas
Visitors Sr. of Starke. conducted by Jim and Teresa with y
Walker of The wedding will be an event of of Gainesville's St.
Mrs. Lily High Springs Degan Augustine
spent several days last week with Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. at Pine Level Bap- Student Center. Weight Watchers

her sister-in-law, Mrs. Louise Mat- tist Church. The six weekly focus themes of "
theus. All friends and relatives are In- Discipleship were reviewed with new QuIck Staff 0Program

Mrs. Beverly Wanner and son Jeffrey vited to attend. special prayer Scripture readings,
of Orlando spent the weekend and group singing. The evening con- !
visiting her family and friends here. Catrell Overstreet cluded with small group sharing of
BirthdaysJan. previous Renew experiences and expectations of the foods love
reasonable quantities you
23-Deidra Jones and Jill Michael CooneyTo for the future in the Now you can satisfy a yen, now and then with a o o with EnJoy the new Quick Start Plus program that lets

Powers; 24-April Scoggins, Betty Wed Feb. 1 parishes.Representing. chocolate candy bar. ice cream hot hors : .9 a J stro 3' "spend" calones every week on some of
Stone, Rob Powers and Ann Bowe; St. Edwards Parishat d'oeuvres potato chips and more! You can you
27-Mary Hill; 30-Marlene O'Steen; Mr. and Mrs. Grady Overstreet of this meeting were Dr. William enjoy them all, within limits. while losing weight your favonte things. This plan puts to YOU makeon in
31-Gerald Brown, Jr. Starke announce the approaching Marchese, Antoinette Coss Eloise the sensible Weight Watchers program. control .gives YOU the flexibility
t
marriage of their daughter, Marcia Jones, Josephine Gumber, Francis that Weight Watchers decisions. And the best decision you could make
The
Catrell, to Michael Brian Cooney, son and Dolores Meng. amazing OulckUS" lets choose foods is to |JOin Weight Watchers nght now and SAVE!!
of has added to you
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooney
Parish Council Meets you never dreamed possible! Dine on shrimp "Just imagine, now you can eat all

Did you know... Starke.The wedding will be at 7 p.m. on Peg Trimble, Chairman, presided cantonese bite into a big bumto. sink I into some these foods and more and still loseweight.
cf Edward'sParish
Mrs. Moseley, Patti, United at the meeting St. with meatballs or veal scallopini. that incredible?"
Dr. and Jay Saturday, Feb. 1 at the First Council held in the parish spaghetti Isn't
Emily and Chris Snow of Knoxville, Methodist Church in Starke.
hall Jan. 21.
Tn. were visitors of Mrs. J. H. Reception follows in FellowshipHall. on Madeline Miller-Pineda
the various
Reports were given on ..
week from Sunday to Area Director
Moseley last parish activities of the parish. Plans
Friday. All friends and relatives are invited were made to assist in the local
to attend. drive for the Chris Campbell pro- MEETING SCHEDULE:


School Lunch MenusFeb. ject.Also discussed were plans for a STARKE
parish pictorial directory to be com-

Wednesday Fred Chicken,rice* gravy,turnip piled. Pictures for this directory are First United Methodist Church
3-7 ,strawberry shortcake cornbread milk. scheduled to be taken on Sat. Feb.
greens Streets
slaw, Walnut & Jefferson ',
Bradford Elem.& Middle School Thursday Tacos trench fries, cabbage 15. ,
bull Jello cookie, milk. .
Monday Corndog macaroni cheese green FrhUyi Salisbury steak, potatoes, green lima Tue: 7:00: p.m.
beam peaches milk. beans, hot rolls,coconut cake, milk. Did You Know.., .........
Tundayt Chicken noodles, cheese ilix but
tered green' peas fruit cup biscuits milk. A-la-Carte
trench fries, milkshakes, Staff Sgt. William Padgett,
Wrdnridayt Sloppy Joe on bun Monday Cheeseburgers plaza
1 alra"berrrahorlc.k.; milk.T111..d. O.J., french tries. previously stationed at NEW AND RENEWING MEMBERS PLEASE ARRIVE 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO TIMES LISTED.
.,. Chill cracken, garden Mlad pear Tuesdayi Hamburgers, pizza, french fries, Hessischoldendorf, Germany for the

halves Trlday,cinnamon Whaler on roll bun milk.cabbage slaw, buttered milkshakes Wednesdayi, O.J.Corndogs, plaza french fries,O.J., past three years, & due back Jan. 6. WEIGHT WATCHERS..NOW!

corn fruit hello, milk.Bradford. milkshakes. He will be visiting at the W.F. Moss ti MMnnMms o.* TOLL FREE IN GEORGIA
M Mj
High School Thursday Hamburgers, chicken nuggets residence in Starke for three weeks .J wnwa(MM lea.,OI'W' VOflt
french fries,milkshakes,O.J. a,0,..+ *' .' 'not
Monday Hot dog on bun macaroni 6 cheese, FrMsyi Cheeseburgers,plus,french fries,O,J., before going to his next assignmentat wtu)=*::ottw olltt,, 'or HMw .::I l Wpm, 80 0 874,4170
green. bean..ppleauee,cookie milk. milkshakes.; Shaw S.C. He would like to see or tf Ou WCKHT TMtday Beef-vegelable crackers,spiced hear from old acquaintances duringhis War WEKiHT; / RSINrERNATMMAL .
bam cheese sandwich fruit' cup brownie, Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch IBMI. .
s-Ia-carte. visit here.
.milk. salad bar or they may purchase
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Pvt. Myron Prevatt Womans Club Hosts District Presidents Junior BoardThe
Did You Know.........:. Gospel Sing PlannedAt Basic
Church of GodThl'I'I' Completes President's Council- of District cheon by Mrs. J. D. Warren, Mrs. W. Met Jan. 27
The JOY (Just Over Youth) Class of Army Private Myron C. PrevattIII IV of the Florida Federation ofWomen's
H. Mrs. Gilbert The
Thomson Crosley Executive Board of the Starke
,
will be Ill '
Church a gospel sing nl ( !
Lake Baptist are !
Kingsley son of Mr. and Mrs. Clubs met in Starke Friday
Mrs. W. B. Scoggins Mrs. James Junior Women's Club met 27
Church January
nl God nl / Sal Heights
dish luncheon Prophecy on ur-
covered
having a Prevatt Jr., of Keystone January 24 with the Womans Club of
,
Ekard, Mrs. F. J. Shaw Mrs. AI K at the Western Steer. The regular
day night, Kcl I, tit 7 :30
Jan. 30 at 12 noon in the : pill
Thursday has basic at
completed training Fort Starke as host club.
The/ Puke Family nl Jacksonville Carlisle, Mrs. C. B. Ruckdeschel and Junior Women's Club meeting will be
church Fellowship Hall All JOY's are Leonard Wood, Mo. The presidents and first vice
and local sinners will lie lcaluie l. Mrs. H. M. Connelly. held February 10 at the Club House.
invited Refreshments he During the training, students presidents of the clubs from Jacksonville The Strawberry Pageant Entry
served I'lislnr
William Ljincy invites received instruction in drill and Macclenny, Palatka Welaka, Barbara Ford Forms may be picked up at Williams
you ceremonies, weapons, map reading Green Cove Springs and Orange Park Jewelry Store
THE PENNYWEIGHT Upjohn Healthcare tactics, military courtesy, military were in attendance. Bobby Smith For more information contact Vicki
Bullion justice first aid, and Army historyand The meeting was chaired by Mrs. Wedding Told Gaines at 964-8485i, ,
Homemakers ProgramThe traditions. Harry Daniel Director Of District IV. THE ABSOLUTE DEADLINE FOR
Gold & Silver Bradford County Extension He is a 1985 graduate of KeystoneHts. There was an in-depth discussion of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ford, Jr. of THE STRAWBERRY PAGEANT IS
High School the District Art Festival which will Lake have the honour
Homemakers Club meet at the City on announ- MARCH 1 AND WILL NOT BE EX-
EXCHANGE Agriculture Building for their Petty Officer St. John take place on February 14 at the cing the marriage of their daughter TENDED FOR ANY REASON.
106 N Church Street Mrs. Jacksonville Woman's Club.. Barbara Alane to Bobby Thad Smithon
January meeting. Judy
Visits Israel At noon a delightful December
luncheon in
((904)) 964-5081 Callaway representing Upjohns was Monday 30 St. Armn. Robert Genereux
Buy Sell Trade Healthcare Services an infor- Navy Petty Officer 1st Class served to the thirty-eight ladies with Augustine.The .
gave
Arrives In
PhilippinesAir
mative on Upjohn. Richard V. St. John, son of Richardand Mrs. R. A. Green, Jr. as luncheon Smiths are residing in Lake Ci-
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! program chairman. Mrs. George Roberts, Jr ty where Bobby is a paramedic and
Upjohn now has an office in Starke, Louise St. John of Starke, Force Senior Airman RobertE.
The meeting was followed( by a chili recently made a port visit to Haifa, decorated the speaker's table and In- Barbara is employed by Lake Shore Genereux Jr., son of Robert E.
Ring Sale luncheon. Hostesses wore Edna Wain- Israel while deployed aboard the dividual tables with bouquets of spr Hospital. and Carolyn R. Genereux of
wright and Jerry Hootcn. guided missile frigate USS Jack ing flowers. Mrs. Green was assisted Bobby is a former Starke resident. Westfield, Mass., and grandson of
Over 200 in Stock! Williams, homeported in Mayport. preparing. and and serving the lun- Robert Green of Starke has arrivedfor
with the 3rd Tactical
duty
Retail 7.56 to 49.95 Fighter Wing in the Philippines.

Armn. James Young Genereux a law enforcement

On SaleFor378to$1868 Completes TrainingAir specialist, was previously assignedin
South Korea.
National Guard Airman 1st He is a 1981 graduate of Westfield
NOTICE
Class James E. Young III, son of High School.
Bring In This Ad retired Air Force Senior Master Sgt.
James E and Glenda M. Young of Pvt. Percy Sullivan

For A FREE Penny with Starke has graduated from the U.S. Completes Course

Your Birthdate PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Air Force at Sheppard carpentry Air Force specialistcourse Base Army National Guard Private

Texas. Percy E. Sullivan, III, son of PercyE.
(While Supplies Last) He is a 1978 graduate of Bradford and Lynda S. Sullivan of Starke,
Hwy U1 Brooker, Brooker, Florida will hold electionson High School. has completed a Dept. of Defense
machinist course at Aberdeen Prov-

.... ing Ground, Md.
.8. Tuesday, February 18, 1986 at the Town Pfc. Robert Leathers He School.is a 1985 graduate ofBradfordHigh


itr1R.y Hall, for Council seats Group I and II. Polls will Completes Pfc. Robert TrainingMarine W. Leathers Ensign Steven White -

w,1gL1rT son of Shirley M. Myers of Keystone Completes OCS

be open from 7:00: a.m. until 7:00: Heights, has completed recruit Navy Ensign Steven R. White, son
rfyvn.. Pp6ai1" p.m. training at Marine Corps Recruit of William W. and Frances White of
Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Lake Butler, was commissioned in
A 1982 graduate of Edward H his present rank upon completion of
t White High School in Jacksonville, Aviation Off"**>r Candidate School.
he joined the Marine Corps in A 1981 graduate of Union CountyHigh

I\ Linda Robinson Clerk August, 1985. School, he joined the Navy in

July.of 1985.


Hj Dear Customers,

.u ....................... ......... ......................... ............. ..... ........................
Public Notices

pi ', us if f Sec'i in. 4b( ) nf Uniform undersigned H. L. Dye and H. L. Dye, III, After a careful review of our business, we
S'oiidoid. Bill, of Lading 900 S. Walnut Street Stark. Florida
NOTICE OF PROPOSED Court on this 23rd day ol. January 1986. Go'ni Freigh'ways 32091) are joint owners, doing business! have determined that Cox Appliance & Air
ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE GILBERT. BROWN CLERK Corner under the firm name of Fried Chicken Conditioning Service should continue in the
BY CITY COMMISSION By Deputy CI.rk1304tchg220 Pro 14 658355d'd 10/17/85 Factory Inc. (DBA Bradford Family
STARKE FLORIDA 1. 302chg2/6 Restaurant 900 S. Walnut St., Starke, service and repair of ALL major appliancesand

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed ....................... .................... Florida 32091))), Intends to register laid electrical services and discontinue the
Ordinance, whose title AUCTION NOTICE fictitious name under the aforesaid
hereinafter appears will be consideredfor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH NOTICE is hereby given 'ha' on Monday statute. retail sales of Whirlpool Appliances.
final, enactment on the 4th day of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Feb. 10. 198b. a' 10.00 clock A.M.. Dated this 6th day of January 1986 In
February, A.D.. 1986 at the City Com BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. 'lie undeisigned, Gator Freigh'ways' Bradford County. We trust this will not inconvenience any of
mission, meeting commencing at 7:30: Inc.. will sell a' public auc'inn for cosh a' 1/9 4tchg 1/30
p.m in the City, Hall, 209 N. Thompson CASE NO. 86-1-CP ((1.3700)) 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Florida ..-................ you, and any present orders placed with us will
Street Starke. Florida.A IN RE: The Estate of one !I.*>' of Pool Par's (defec'ive)consign IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH be filled. However, we feel we will be able to
copy of said Ordinance, may be Inspected GERTRUDE D. BEASLEY ed 'o Kreepy Krawley Plan'a'ion, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD
by any member of the public at Deceased Honda. 'o satisfy freigh' and s'nrage FORD COUNTY FLORIDA give better service on your major appliancesand
the Office, of the City Clerk In the City NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe cha,yes underlie provisions, of Sec'lon4b CASE NO. 85.451-CAIN other electrical needs this
Hall Starke, Florida. On the date first administration of the Estate of ( ) of Uniform S'andard Bill, of Lading, RE: The Marriage Of repair by taking
above-mentioned all interested parties, GERTRUDE D. BEASLEY Deceased, File Ga'nr Freigli'ways' Inc. WALTER GARNER step at this time.
may appear and be heard with respectto No. 86-1.CP ((1.3700)) is pending in the CarrierPro. Husband
this, proposed Ordinance. Circuit Court for Bradford County 08 666828 d'd 12/12/85 and For continued service call Joe Cox at
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION Florida Probate Division, the address of 130 2'chg 2/6 RHONDA L. GARNER
!17-41(0)( ) OF THE CITY OF STARKE CODE which is Bradford County Courthouse, .................... Wife 964-7462. '._ ,
OF ORDINANCES TO ALLOW MEMBERS Starke. Florida 32091. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
WITH THREE OR MORE YEARS OF SER The names and addresses of the Personal NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn : WALTER GARNER '
VICE TO WITHDRAW THEIR AC- Represetnatlve and the Personal 11/6/85 Fla. Dept of Corrections, 2705 Rivervlew Avenue COX APPLIANCES
CUMULATED CONTRIBUTIONS FROM Representative's attorney are set forth Lawtey Correctional Institute, 1311) McKeesport Pennsylvania 15132
THE PENSION DEPOSIT FUND. below Winewood' Boulevard Tallahassee, Fla NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition
By TERENCE M. BROWN Interested persons are required to 32301 made application for water use for Dissolution of Marriage has & AIR CONDITIONING
TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON- permit 85-00295 for an average dally been filed and you are required lo serve
486 N. Temple Avenue THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS withdrawal of 0.0319 million gallons per a copy of your written objections, if any
Storke, Florida NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate day from ground waters located In Section on RANDY KAMMER-PHILLIPS whose address i 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box)
Itchg 1/3CIN and ((2)) any objection by an Interested 26, Township 05 South Range 22 Is THREE RIVERS LEGAL SERVICES

............................ person to whom notice was mailed that East Bradford County Florida for landscape INC., 309 N.E. First Street Gainesville, Open 9-6 964-7462
challenges the validity, of the will the irrigation Florida 32601 who Is Wife's attorney,
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR qualifications, of the Personal Representative Written objections or comments on on or before, February 14. 19B6 and file
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA venue. or jurisdiction of the this application may be filed, with the the original with the Clerk of this Court
PROBATE DIVISIONFile Court. Governing Board of the Suwannee River either before service on Petitioners attorney
Number 862CPDlvl.lon ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Water Management District Route 3, or Immediately thereafter;
1-3701 SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Box 64, Live Oak Fla. 32060. until otherwise a Default will be entered
IN RE: ESTATE OF Publication of this Notice has begunon 2/17/86. against you for the relief demanded In Homeowners or

MARIAN L. CROSBY 1/23/86. ....................... Itchg 1/30 the Petition.
Deceased Attorney for Personal Representative: WITNESS my hand and seal of this
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A.P. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn Court on the 16th day of January 1986 Automobile Insurance
administration, of the Estate of O. Drawer 40 1/8/86. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH at Starke, Bradford County Florida.
Marian L. Crosby deceased File Starke, Fla. 32091 P.O. Box 1258 Clark& Jefferson Streets, GILBERT S. BROWN ,
Number 86.2.CP, Division 1 1-3701. Is pending 904 964.8272BY Starke, Fla. 32091 made application for Clerk of the Circuit Court
in the Circuit Court for Bradford JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. water use permit 86-00001 for an Marian McRae
County Florida Probate Division the Personal Representative: average daily withdrawal of 0.0045 Deputy Clerk Looking for insurance on your car or home? Perhaps you
address of which Is Bradford County JEANNETTE D. KINCAID million gallons per day from ground 1/23 4tchg 2/13
Courthouse. Post Office Drawer B.Slark. 409 N. Walnut Street waters located in Section 28 Township ................................_.. wish to upgrade your present coverage. It makes sense to
.. Florida 32091. The names and Stark., Florida 32091 06 South Range 22 East Bradford County IN THE- CIRCUIT COURT.EIGHTH- shop around and find the best coverage for the best price. .
addresses of the personal representative 1/23 2tchg 1/30 Florida for climate control. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
and the personal representative's ............................. Written objections or comments on BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Call your Bradford County Farm Bureau office and
attorney are set forth below this application may be filed with the CASE NO. 86.04.CP(1-3703)) discover what they have to offer.
All interested persons are required to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Governing Board of the Suwannee River
file with JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Water IN RE: The Est a'. of
this court WITHIN THREE MON Management District Route 3,
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Box 64. Live Oak. Fla. 32060 until JOSEPH A. SCANLAN
NOTICE (I) all claims against the estate 2/17/86. Deceased
and ((2)) any objection by an Interested CASE NO. 8S-110.CP ((1.3686)) ltchgl/30 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION BRADFORD COUNTY A
Th. administration of the Estate of
person on whom this notice was served IN RE: The Estate of ......................... JOSEPH A. SCANLAN. Deceased File '
that challenges the validity of the will ETHEL MAE CHANCEY
the qualifications, of the personal Deceased NOTICEOF No. 86.04-CP ((1-3703)). is pending In the FARM BUREAU :
representative, venue, or jurisdiction of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe SHERIFF'S SALE Circuit Court for Bradford County
the court. administration of the Estate of Notice I. hereby given that I I. Dolph E. Florida Probate Division the address of INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT ETHEL MAE CHANCEY Deceased File Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County which Is Bradford Coun'y Courthouse,
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. No. B5.110-CP ((1.3686)) Is pending in the Florida under and by virtue of Writ of Starke. Florida 32091. 2270 N. Temple Avenue, Starke
Publication of this notice has begun on Circuit Court for Bradford County Execution to wit: The names and addresses of the personal
January 30. 1986. Florida Probate Division the address of Execution Issued out of County Courtof representative and the personal Office Phone 964-6369
Personal Representative: which Is Bradford County Courthouse, Bradford County Florida pursuant to representative's attorney are let forth
A. L CROSBY JR. Starke. Florida 32091. a Final Judgment for S & W Discount below.
932 West Butler Road The names and addresses of the Personal Parts of Starke, Florida and against Interested persons are required to
Starke. Florida 32091 Represetnative and the Personal Brenda Manning defendant In the file, with this Court WITHIN THREE MON.
Attorney for Personal Representative Representative attorney are set forth amount of 52.500.00. together with costs THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
EUGENE F. SHAW below. of collection. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Bradford County
925.E North Temple Ave All Interested persons are required to Have seized and have In my possession and ((2)) any objection by an interested
Starke, Florida 32091 file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. the following described personal person to whom notice was moiled that
((904)) 964.5200 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS property to wit: challenges the validity, of the will the Early Morning Paper Route
1 30 2tchg 2/6 NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate 1967 Chevrolet Truck qualifications of the personal representative

............................ and ((2)) any objection by on Interested VIN No CE537A146998 venue, or jurisdiction of the Now available. Good supplemental income for just a
person to whom notice was mailed that As the property of the above named Court.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH challenges the validity of the will the defendant and that on Monday the 3rd ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT short time each day.. Must own reliable transportation -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR qualifications of the Personal Representative of February 1986 at two o'clock on said SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA venue, or jurisdiction of the day on the premises of the Bradford Publication of this Notice has begunon and be able to post a refundable cash deposit.For .
Cas. No. 86.22 Court. County Jail. I will offer for sale and sell January 30 1986.
IN RE: Th. Marriage of ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT to the highest bidder for cash In hand Attorney for Personal more information call Jim Baxley or Eric Gets at
ROY W. LLOYD SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. the above described property of said Representatlvr.TERENCE
Husband Publication of this Notice has begunon defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. M. BROWN P.A. 964-8170 or 374-5031 long distance, call collect.
and 1/23/86. P. O. Drawer 40
IRENE C. LLOYD. Attorney for Personal Representative: DOLPH E. REDDISH. Sheriff Starke. Florida 32091
Wife TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A.P. Bradford County Florida ((904)) 9M-8272
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO O. Drawer 40Stark. 1/9 4tchg 1/30 By: JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.
: ROY W. LLOYD. .. Fla. 32091 ......................... Personal Representative: We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU 904964.8272 INTENTIONTO GEORGIA K. SCANLAN Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH
NOTICE OF Water Street
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac. BY JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. 326 S.
for dissolution of REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Starke. Fla 32091 from 9 until 1:00 better
tion marriage ha. been Personal Representative: a.m. : p.m to serve our
Pursuant to Section 86509 FlarldaStatutes
filed against you and you ore required to NANCY T. DAVIS notice is hereby given that the l302tchg26AUCTION......................... customers.
serve a copy of your written defenses, If Star Rt. 1. Box 126
undersigned Tla Osborn and Lillian Abbott NOTICE
It, the Petitioner's/Wife Florida 32044
any to on attorney Hampton
whose name and address Is:: 1/23 2tchg 1/30 joint owners, doing business under NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. ...................... the firm name of Charlottes Webb 138 Feb. 10 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M..
TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.P. N. Water Street, Starke, Florida 32091 the undersigned Gator Freightways, 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville
O Drawer 40Stork. AUCTION NOTICE Intends to register said fictitious name Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at -
.. Florida 32091) NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday under the aforesaid statute. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Florida
((904)) 964.8272 Feb 10. 1986 aI10:000'ciockA.M.: Dated this 6th day of January. A.D.. on. lot of electronics consigned to 376-0095
the undersigned. Gator Freightways, 1986 In Bradford County. Record-COII of Hialeah Florida to
of the
and file the original with the Clerk
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at 1/9 4tpd 1/30 satisfy freight and storage charges, We service all makes and models of hearing aids.
above styled court on or before March 2600 ......................... the of Section 4b( ) of
Rd.. Jacksonville
Lloyd Florida under provisions
12, 1986: otherwise, a judgment may be Also have batteries available. Home testing by ap-
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Standard Bill of
entered for the relief one lot of chairs, consigned to Sandcos- Uniform Lading.
demanded against in the Petition.you tie Interiors, Destln Fla., to satisfy REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Gator Freightways) Inc.. pointment only.Pegr' .
WITNESS hand and the seal of said freight' and storage charges under the Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Pro. 02-634362 did 12118S Carrier
my
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(.j..tt .. ., .. ( "Guy's interest in industrial regardless of his status in life." Mrs.
1 r -nr N t r V v. 1r .a,L ," development of the community Walker taught in the Bradford
": : dates back to the 1940s when with system for 27 years, from
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V J H Starke would become a ghost town teaches at Sunshine Industries, a
lt'.1. "\ 1 rather than a boom town. He further demonstration of her devo-
.W o": # 'i. became a one-man development tion to the betterment of mankind at
ast committee and, against great odds, every level, the nomination pointsout.
wp r succeeded in getting Starke's first .
industry, the Big Dad clothing
1/p":/ manufactutcrs, to locate here. This She is president of the Concerned
-0> successful industry has since changed Citizens of Bradford County, Inc.
.- -- -- owners and is now the Starke and is vice-president, and a former
Uniform Co., with more than 200 president, of the Bradford County
rI employees. In line with his interestin Branch of the NAACP Mrs. Walkeris
1/ commercial and industrial the Sunday School superintendentand
'.1j growth, Guy developed Starke's first financial secretary of the
f : shopping center and has served as a Greater Allen Chapel African

.... ---... Il. member and chairman of the Brad Methodist Episcopal (AME) Churchin
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"Also of great importance to the diligently for many years. She is
-. continued prosperity of the com also the Area IV chairperson of the
1 _' munity and entire county, Guy East Florida Conference of the
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Ia"t. ....... played an important role in the four- Women's Missionary Society, the
7. lanmg of US-301 through Starke, and leader of Girl Scout Troop 684, and a
I \ .--.-: Sa his efforts helped prevent the rerouting cluster leader for the Girl Scouts.

""'\. ,. .' ,.-...---- of 301 to by-pass Starke, Mrs. Walker is also secretary of
ac ." which would have adversely affected the Board of Directors of the Suwan-

us sot h.. .ey 1I .uaacuwe the local economy."Of nee River Economic Council
(SREC).
% equal importance with Guy's

other achievements is his interest in She is a past Worthy Matron of
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the First Presbyterian Church of Dell Chapter NO. 168 of Eastern
Starke, of which he has been an active Star, and a past president of Sun
T member and benefactor for 40 shine Industries Workshop Board of
years. He was ordained an Elder in Directors.
1947 and seved in this capacity for 18

years, as well as on various committees Kellie Baldwin...

Beautification Gift... in the church. He was especially Kellie Baldwin worked her way up
Starke Woman's Club Representative Marjorie Thomson presents a more attractive area for visitors. interested interested and active in in student government at Bradford
check to Highway Beautification Committee members Reggie Flynn and The plans were drawn up by Leonard Burlington and Associates of having the 102-year-old structure, High until she is student body president
moved several from its
Mike Cooney for work on the recently submitted plans to make Starke a Gainesville., years ago for the 1985-86 term.
original location on North Cherry
Street to its present site on East Call As a freshman she was a senator

Street, assisting the project with and as a sophomore Miss Baldwinwas
t r. J -; 2.-. .. major financing of the church a class senator and parliamen-
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4. ;,:if .. /I. restoration, and the construction of tarian of the Student Council. As a
t .Ii, additional facilities. junior she was vice-president of the
Student Council and chaired the
: d "Guy still has a keen interest in Elections Committee and the
.! '" the New River area of Bradford Homecoming Committee.
l4 j .: County where he was born and
reared on a pioneer farm. He As a sophomore Miss Baldwin was
A demonstrated this by providing also the BHS recipient of the Hugh
funds for the construction of a hand- O'Brian Youth Foundation Award.As .
some new pastorium for the New a junior, she was a member of
River Baptist Church, established in the Key Club, Spanish Honor Societyof
1833, and known as one of Florida's which she was the society's
i oldest houses of worship. sweetheart. She was an usherette for

graduation, participated in the
"Guy's accomplishments for his American Institute for Foreign
/ home community are manifold and Study Program, was a volunteer in
/ manifest. In becoming a selfmademan special education at the Starke
: ..5C' he has also helped make his Elementary Halloween Program,
community." and hosted a German exhange stu

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; Mrs. Walker... As a senior, Kellie is a member of
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Elizabeth Walker, a retired the National Honor Society, the SES
special education teacher, was Tutoring Program, the Medical Explorers -
chosen as the humanitarian of the and is a dual enrollee as a
1 J a" year by the Chamber committee student at BHS and an early admis
y after being nominated by Linda D. sions student at the SFCC.
t j Chandler. She is a member of the Little
t Women's Club of Starke, a memberof

; According to the recommendation Pine Level Baptist Church, and
Mrs. Walker is "always willingto took summer classes at the Amaro
lend a helping hand or come to Modeling Agency."How's .


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(l-rFather I ) and son team of 1\11'k' check to be sure The Family? "
that everything is correct on a new house going up in the Dalewood Sub- Lawrence Koonce flnsihes up a white garage wall in a new house going
division in Starke. They say that business! is really booming for them in UP In the Dalewood Subdivision. by Ed KirklandEd
Bradford County.Home.
I Kirkland is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church in Starke. If
you would like to see a specific problem related to family life addressed in
this column you may write him at the following address: Kingsley Lake

I Building Up in Bradford County .." .. Florida Baptist 32091 Church, Route 1, Box 586, Starke,

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I With a slowing in the housing Nationally, housing starts fell "We've got everything we can since last year, with many Institu- lege-Bachelor, Arlington of Science, Texas., Arlington Baptist Cola -
I market in other of Florida build" Gerald Griffis of Gerald tions in the
parts 1.3-percent, down from 1.75 million says offering money -Master of Divinity (M. Div.), Southwestern
homes are still a going concern in starts to 1.73 for 1985.The Northeast, Griffis Construction when asked how 10-percent range. However, to : Baptist Theological Seminary Ft. Worth,
this part of the state. experiencing an economic recovery things were going for him. qualify for these requires a varietyof Texas. ,
Housing in the Bradford Countyarea was up 25.7-percent to 250,600 units Griffis has around 10 homes under conditions to be met. Immediate Past Position: Minister to Young
has always been in short supply while the South fell by 10.2percentto construction in the Dalewood sub- Fixed rate mortgages can be ob- Adult Families, Lakeland Baptist Church,
I ,with rising demand being coupled 777,900 units. The South still accounted division off SR-16 West in Starke. tained as low as 10-percent, but for a Dallas, Texas.
with improving economics. for 45-percent of all housing And, Griffis is starting houses short- price of about four points up-front. Directed all for families including
However, this demand has been fun- starts in the country. ly in Lake Butler, High Springs and Adjustable rate loans are availableas ,,, family counseling programs in church of about
neled almost 2 to 1 into mobile Macclenny."A low as 8.5-percent with the condi- 800 average attendance.
homes. tions that they can't rise more than
Personal information married old
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Here in Bradford'County, housing : year
lot of out there want 2-percent a year and no more than and due in
starts have been well ahead of last people son one February.
During 1983, 96 permits were year's. The general consensus is houses, but they don't know how to 6-percent over the life of the con-
I issued for single family dwellingswith that mortgage rates have finally get one," said Griffis in explaininghis tract. Time For YourPreschooler
210 being granted for mobile declined enough to allow more people success.
homes. In 1984, it was 88 for conven- into the housing market. Trying to fit people into a .wide According to Mike Griffis, partner
tial homes and 213 for the mobile "Most rates have dropped so that variety of loan programs is what has with his father in their construction The job of being the parent of a preschooleris
homes. During 1985 103 permits for more people can afford houses," expanded his sales, says Griffis. company, being able to help people a challenge, to say the least. Because of
single family residences were issued said Vernie Odum of Floriland Realty With usually some form of lending find mortgage money is what sells this, it is just possible that you may be
while 244 were granted for mobile She indicated that both FHA and available for most everyone, he has houses. He says he specializes in wondering how you can better prepare
homes. VA are both down to about been fairly successful. that part of the business now. R ev. Ed Kirkland child to face the world when he or she your)
10.5-percent with three points up- According to Mark Olin of Olin's gets out of diapers and into school.

These figures represent a front. Mortgage rates have dropped, ad- Home Center, 1985 was a good year There are, of course, many things which we can and should do.
15-percent increase for mobile mitted the builder, but he doesn't for mobile home sales. He indicatedthat However we will only deal with one such issue this week. It is, thepreschoolers
homes and a 17-percent jump for There is a need for less expensive feel that they are the key to the local the largest number of sales need for something parents find most difficult to givetime..
conventional housing for 1985 over housing in the area, especially in the building boom. Griffis said that they were in the $30,000 range, Because we find ourselves pulled in so many different directions, we
$250.$300 range in monthly just haven't dropped that much. cannot do all the things we would like to. Sometimes we neglect not only
1984.According to Florida Trend payments, Mrs. Odom says. This is The most active range for him has "It's just the inflation of the what we would like to do, but what we must do. Usually this neglect is not
Magazine housing in other parts of about a $25,000 to $30,000 house. been in the moderate price range dollar," indicated Olin, saying that intentional, but is nevertheless, just as real.
the state {has not had that rosy of a Even at these prices, Mrs. Odom from about $35,000 to $50,000 with a many people were being priced out Any parent who is raising one or more small children will agree that
year. The magaznine indicates that says it is difficult for young peopleto few in the $75,000 range. of the conventional housing market. they wish the very best for their children and are doing all they possiblycan
'Foreclosures in Florida have risen set up housekeeping. According to him, the averageman to insure they give them a proper home. However, sometimes
70-percent since 1980 as more buyers "We help them find the money," earning around$20,000 a year is parents get wrapped up in providing the material needs for their childrenand
caught with high monthly mortgage Local builder Gery Ely the says Griffis. "From what it looks not able to afford the monthly pay overlook the emotional needs which must also be met.
payments and slowly appreciating boom seems to be passing says him by, like, this year will be as good as last ment required to buy a conventionalhouse In fact, psychologists and psychiatrists tell us that by the time person
the best reaches somewhere between four to six of age, their personality is
properties decide to default on their with little growth in the high end of year. and goes into next years
loans." the housing market. He indicated According to Bryan Greene at the thing, a mobile home. formed. In other words, whether your pre-schooler will grow up to be shyor
that he was concentrating on the Florida National Bank (FNB) at extroverted, have a positive or negative self-imate, or accept or) rejectthe
The default rate has been highest commercial market as a result. Starke, interest rates have been Olin said that he does not think values you hold will largely depend on what happens during these ear
with borrowers who have put up less "...steadily dropping for the last that Interest rates have much to do ly, formative years.
than 10-percent of the total of the "Bradford County is a privilegedarea year, with conventional loans going with housing sales, but rather what Wouldn't it be great if you could wait until the eve of your child's fourth
loan. Home mortgage qualificationhas in regard to construction," Ely for about 13.5-percent now. He in- the individuals want. He stated that birthday aand say, "Okay, Susie or David, I would like to take this evening
been tightened by private loan says, referring to the lesser costs at- dicated FNB is making about 25 he has had just as good a year when to explain to you all the things I feel you should know to live a happy,
insurers and by the Federal Na- tached to housing in the area. He In- loans a month, both first and second rates were around 16-17 percent as well-adjusted life." Of course, we both know that's not possible.The only
tional Mortgage Association (Fan- dicated that homes were much more mortgages.In when they were at 12-13 percent. way to share those kind of feelings and standards with your children is to
"When they get the urge to buy, spend time with themquality time. So the question becomes "How
nie Mae) to help bring this rate expensive for comparable construction the Gainesville area, mortgage "
down. in the surrounding counties. rates have declined.2.5-to-3-percent they're going to buy," said Olin. much time do I actually spend with my child or children?
That was asked by researchers to a group of fathers in a project to
determine the average time a middle-class father spent playing or in-
teracting with his preschool child. According to an article entitled,
I Complaint by KH Golf Course Halts Proposed RoadAfter "Origins of Alienation" published in Scientific American August 1974,

the fathers said they each spent some fifteen to twenty minutes per day

a complaint filed by the on the property Monday Jan. 27. to clubhouse, around the maintenanceshed the property has been in continuousand with their one year old children. After they asked the fathers for their
of the children. The
Golf and Country Club begin clearing any obstructions on a and between the ninth green, uninterrupted use in excess of 20 estimates they attached microphones to the shirts
Keystone results both interesting and shocking. On the average, the fathers actually -
are
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over a property easement, Circuit roadway he proposed to build. first tee and seventh green.: years.In thirty-seven seconds day with their children.
spent some per
issued In- December a fence was erectedby
J. Crews an
Judge John order Plaintiffs in the case,the KeystoneGolf In the complaint the plaintiff, the Courtnay between the roadwayand Take a realistic look at how much quality time you are spending with
junction and restraining and Country Club, contend that it young child. Plan some family nights to read and share together.
Jack Court and KH Country Club,alleges the first tee, cutting off a large your
against nay allowed to ahead aetuired floor and blocks dolls or whatever they want to play.
Heights Courtnay, if go has an easement over the area of parking space and accessibility Get down in the play ,
Associates, a Keystone construction of a with his construction, would destroy by virtue that it has oc to the first tee by golf Most of all, listen to them. As you do, you are making a much greater impression -
developer, halting improvements made by the club on cued and used said property as carts. than you could possibly imagine. Consider staying home an extra -

proposed According roadway.to the complaint filed in the property in question to which the part' of its golf and country club; has When contacted Tuesday Jan. 28, night this week and every week from now on just to invest your life in
Bradford County Circuit Court, club claims a prescriptive right. made numerous Improvements over Courtnay said he sees no merit in the your preschooler. They are worth the investment.
the
informed a President the years and used a portion of the case. "My attorney has told me not There are many parents who would give anything just to have a second
the defendant Courtnay, According to Club Jim
chance to raising their children all over again.There's just one pro.blem
for parking and access to to make comments Courtnay begin
property ,
board member he any
club the in In-
KH country Darby, property question blow
chance child. Make sure don't
Also that only get one per you yours.
several and tees. added. you
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6H member of the BMS band : Terrell.
J 1, 'k Alto French Horn: Jammie Clemmons.
: Saxophone player Scott Duncan -
was selected to the prestigeous Eric Dampier, Rocio Reagan and
All-State Florida concert band this Ken Turknett.
I Baritone: Mathew Eunice, Andre
year Hall and Sharon Wilson.
Members of the concert band in-
Trumpet: Chris Bloomfield,
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Frankie Bush, Derrick Byrd, Janice
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Davie ,
Shari Bass, Beth McKinney, Danika Marley ,
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< -A Brown Ray
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Glenn Underhill.
Michelle Conner.
TubaShannon and Darlene
Alto Sax: Scott Duncan, Mike : Smith
McElroy, Andy Goodowns Dwight Heinsman.
Allen Allison Archey and Keith Percussion: Andrew Buie, Mark
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Chris Thompson Jorge Acevedo,JR
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Beverly Mosley sunk ti tree t throw basket, Davis then fouled Indian formance. Mosley had 5 steals, .
with six seconds! loll to edge I the varsity Kerry Cooper who hit two foul shots Jenkins 4, Davis 4, Starling 2. Davis lnm\l
Bradford High girl basket- to put KITS up 43-41 with 1:10: len was the leading rcbounder with 8, \ 'IR 5ttMI.
bailers 4C-45 by Keystone High lust BUS guard Marla Reddish came and Ann Starling had 5. BITS battledfor
Thursday night Jan. 23.: right back with driving >to tic the rebounds with 6-2 Tomlinson, "
Battling the clock and the Indian the game 43-43: : with 50 seconds left. and had fewer relniunds than usual, il
five, Mosley attacked the Indians by Keystone heal Bradford's trap and but quite a few limes slapped the
driving directly for the basket. She Tonya Jenkins fouled KH center ball outside with their scrappy effort.
was fouled on the way but convertedfor Tomlinson in I lie act of shooting. t
a three point play to put the BUSgirls Tomlinson, who showed the Bradford Mosley scored 10of her 12 points in S
over Keystone High for the first fans she is an excellent Iree the second hall. 1
time in three years. The varsity Tornado throw( shooter, calmly bucketed both
girls improved their record lo shots (to put KitS up 45-43: with 23: Will BITS up :(i-32 going into the
9-4 this week with the win. seconds left fourth 1 period, the Tornado girls
"It's about time," said an excited The BITS girls brought the hall were called for four straight fouls as
Coach John Slater as the BUS girls down he( court and\ Moscly put up a K liS tried to bring the basketball 4I
celebrated their victory. BUS used a shut that missed.! Tomlinsoii got Hie bounds, then were whistled down
3-2 trap defense to force ball handling rebound and needed only lo run out twice more in the next three
mistakes by the 11-4 Indians!, a (the clock for the KHS win. minutes "I think we just got : '
good ball handling club. JV Coach Then came the heroics by Tonuido I sloppy,"" said Coach Slater. KHS
Robert Eddins suggested the new Beverly Mosley, who stole Toinlinson's scored seven unanswered\ points and ? '
defense. Coach Slater fell the Tornadoes pass (tu her guard! and drove into went ahead 39-30.: Veteran guard I 4 25I
had to keep I the pressure on (he key. Marla Reddish. finally hit on a long _
the Indians, to keep them off balanceto Not to be denied the shot, Mo.sley basket from the corner with three I? 11 .-
win. BHS was "up" for the game, jumped high, and lofted a 5-l'oot minutes left in (the game for the lirst wl 1 d.,YY
and it was a total team effort, the jumper to tie the game with six BUS basket of the fourth period.! t t.k
coach said.It seconds! loll, and was fouled. KitS
was nip and tuck all the way: called time to let! Mosley think nlxiut -, '
10-10 after the first period, BUS was the free throw, but the BUS player Upcoming: '
up 24-23 at the half and was got nothing bUlllt'llIO clean was the BitS faces Hawthorne here in """" ,ilL'
four 36-32, after the third period charily shot. .'. --- .
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Outscoring BHS 13-10 in the fourth Marla Heddish and Mo.sley led and travels Friday, Jan. 31, to Clay
period, KHS tied the game at 36.36 BHS with 12 points each, with 10 of High. BHS hosts Orange Park next .
with 5:32 left in the Mosley's 12 points coining in the second -' i.ccl"r..7
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working the basketball in (to 6.2 points defensive standout Ann 81..1.IIlg BHS 10 13 13 10 46 "" ..J.r', .. ."'., _' -.. W. ..;
Tomlinson who added 7 Jenkins 4 and :: ,
center Sheila was Tonya KHS 10 14 8 13 45 ".' 'L.
game high with 25 points and only Angel Spell 2 for a balanced scoring _" ,
Bradford: Reddish 60 II Spoil 1.0 2 Mosley
KH player in double figures. attack. BHS hit 22 of 461 field( goals attempted i 1/3 12. Jenkins 10/17, D.vlt 4 1169, Starling -',... ,(
Tornado Felicia Davis hit tot tie (lie a 47.8 percentage. 1 1/1-7. Totals 21 4/11 4..
score at 41.41 with 1:35: left. Fight ing t Reddish added six assists and? ninetfrt'lli Keystone: Redloarn/ 2-2/4 6, Tomlnson Going for the hoop..
for th rwskolhall imrW |Ihr WH ,.f lin hill ... 1,..*> ..,.....:.... eon 105/174, Arlio 2012.', Johnson 20/26, Cooper I
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two out of their last three nadoes is set tonight lThursday, gym By the end of the half it was 18-13 BUS 19, Orange Park 47 BHS 13 13 8 8 7 49
games, the Lady Tornado junior Jan. 30)) when Hawthorne comes to in BUS' favor. OP 9 12 12 9 5 47
varsity girls beat Keystone Heights town. Friday, Jan. 31, the Tornadoes BIIS 41, Keystone 30 "We played a good ballgame) ," Forced into overtime because of
41-30. Orange Park 49-47 but lost to travel to Green Cove Springs for an Jumping out to a 13-6 first quarter said Coach Robert Eddins. missed free-throws, the junior ladies BHS Individual Scored. Woods 4-0-1J, Divle
Gainesville Eastside 16-40. Feb. 4, the lead the Tornado JV basketballers were able to make the grade and .
away game Tuesday, Keeping the the little 4-4-12 Parado 2-0-4, Searcy 1-13. Cohort 2-0-4,
Next action for the Lady Tor- girls host Orange Park at the BUS kept ahead for the remainder of the Tornadoes up the pressure third came home with a win over the Tlernev 2-0-4
won quarter Orange Park JV Thursday Jan. 16 OP Individual Scorelt Cain 4-0 e, Font 1-0-2,
14-12 and the last period 9-7 to come Big guns for the Tornadoes were Relchert J.D.6. Shacklelord 7-4-10, Thlei 1-9-7,
//f"" up with a 41-30 win over the little Indians Barbara Woods with 12, Kathy Smith J 0'HilS

Davie with 12 as well and Joyce 16, Eastside 40
Key to the first half for the Tornadoes Seacy with 13.
l It really was a bad day in
I was Joyce Searcy who had Coming out hard when the
r chips Blackrock for the girl's JV when
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most of her in the first half
points ,
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were Tierney both Eastside came to town for a
said Coach Eddins. Coming on her two baskets in
overtime putting showdown and left with a 40-16 win
strong for the Lady Tornaodes in the
the winning points on the board for over the Tornadoes
second half was Barbara Woods, according -
BHS. "
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Coach Robert Eddins. had
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They couldn't handle the man-to-
BUS came out in the first quarter bunch of tall girls, we had a bunch of
said Eddins.
man,
winning 13-9 and were ahead 26.21 at short girls," he explained.
BHS 13 5 14 9 41
half-time. During the second half Eastside dominated the game,virtually
KHHS 6 5 12 7 30 the Raiders sneaked-up on Starke shutting down the little Tor-
BHS tearing: Wood 52-12 Davie MS, and forced an overtime confrontation nado offense in the second half with
parade 306, Searcy 246, Cohen 9 0-4, Tlerney
3-o-t. Totals 17-7-41 with it !tied at 42 all only five points scored.
KHHS: Wheeler I 17.4, Strickland 4.if, Anile In the extra period. it was* BHS 7. They never stopped trying" said
i 2 1-5 Carter 2-0-4, Rlggi 02-2 Edward 0.1'-I.Saris OP 5, with the Tornadoes taking I the Eddins of his girls "they just beatus
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lll-Q team with its 6-1 record for season competition Coach Stanley Crawford.. Not shown: Julie Fowler,
This year's BIIS High.Q'ers are l-rfront row: Joy Jonathan Rowe Jason Brown Jody Brown, Shawna
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Seeded second, the Bradford High Fernandina kept on winning, taking Already recruiting for next year, -l- .. t '.
Hi-Q team went into the Eastern their match with St. Augustine. Crawford said he is looking for peo-
Division Tournament Jan. 21 and "Cresent City has a brother com- ple who haven't participated before
finished a respectable third. bination," said team coach Stanley and might be interested in trying
On the basis of their 6-1 regular Crawford, as the key to their win out.The r
season record, the Tornado team Going on to the finals, Fernandinatook Hi-Q conference is composedof s
qualified for the Conference Tourna the tournament with a 289-245 18-teams In the Eastern and iLiJ] kUL I 1
ment set Feb. 2. This was the second win over Cresent City Western Divisions. Number one seedin
best record in the division the Tor- the Western division is Trenton
"Fernandina Beach has two Na- and number two is Cross City. FRESH DAILY
nadoes are In. tional Merit Scholarship finalists On the varsity team this year was (HEADLESS) FRESH W. COAST

In first round play BUS beat and relies heavily on them to score junior and team capatin.Lisa CEDAR KEY SHARK
eighth seeded Hilliard, while St. most of their points," said Crawford. Blalock, senior Julie Fowler,juniors WHITE ,
Augustine won over Nease and Cre- "The questions today seemed to con- Shaun Schmidt, Michael Davie, Mullet 79 <:
sent City downed Flagler-Palm centrate on English Grammar and Steven Akridge, and sophmore SHRIMP . .Ib STEAKS
Coast Eventual tournament winner science" Jonathan Rowe
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division the last two years, said l$5.99 $2"
Going into the second round, the Crawford of his team. "We're one Vallenga, Chris Powell and Ricky lb.Grouper. . ,b. i lb.1IIIIIIId1 .
Tornadoes were stopped short of the good player away," he predicted of Smith along with freshman Shawna
finals by a tough Crescnt City team. winning the division. Blom and Michael Blalock.



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Staff Writer were unable to convert many tur- by more than 15 points in a Tornadoes hold off an attempted I I
licrbie Cooper scored 16 points novers when the Indians brought for- contest In Keystone Heights early in comeback by the host Raiders late in Magnolia Hotel
and Frank Longchipped in 12 but the ward Terry Marvin up into the mid- the season. the second half.Upcoming :
BUS hoy's varsity basketball team dle to assist the KHHS guards in br- The Tornadoes face arch-rival
couldn't overcome a cold opening inging (the ball up the floor. Palatka at home Tuesday night at : Downtown Starke across from Post Office
I period and a hot-shooting Keystone The Tornadoes failed to recover the BHS gym.Tip-off is set for 8 p.m. BUS faces Intcrlachen on the road
I Heights squad as the visitors took a fast enough when the Indians broke The junior varsity team begins at Friday night (Friday, Jan. 31)), then
shocking, 61-52 upset win over the the press leaving their opportunistic 6:30: p.m. returns home Tuesday night to host Rooms for Rent
BUS boys in Starke Tuesday Jan. guests with threeontwofast Kul.teniKall Palatka at the BHS Gym ,
26. breaks time after time. The BHS varsity boys picked up a
"This was our worst game yet we Other scorers for the BHS team in- hard-fought victory over the SantaFe BHS 0 22 10 22 52 Nightly Weekly Monthly
just t didn't have the intensity that we cluded Malachi Jenkins with eight Raiders Fridjy, Jan. 24 in KHS 13 15 11 22
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needed to match up with them points, Levi Simmons and Simon Alachua. Bradford: Cooper,.4 1Long t,0.12.Jenkini Nightly 'B From 'OS08 Weekly
tonight," commented BUS Head Mitchell with six each, and Pat Herbie Cooper scored 15 points to 32/3.. Simmons 77/7.1. ,Mitchell 3.0/..., Dlaai
Coach Jay Godwin. "They came out Diggs and Leo Hampton with two pace both teams and Pat Diggs 1 0/0 I. Totals II-4/I1 n.Koyitonei .. I-
hot and we just couldn't catch up each. scored 12 more for the victors Vey.. '5/" 17, Marvin 1>./. ).j, .
The Tornadoes record drops to 6-8 Cecil Jackson also scored in dou Totals DoKev..r4.212.2../U.., Roy 3.1/3.7,Strickland 3>/l 7. ;::::" _..: :;- ..:...._.m':.:...., :::x.' -

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the Indians and could never get back I :
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"We threw on a man-to-man
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prepared for that from us,"
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Tornado Strongmen- Start Season WeakAlthough :I Join A Mini-League



the Tornado strongmenhave 38-43 outcome. in the 114 pound class with lifts of Hii 114-ss.n ....In.an UO-140-IOO, 7:00: p.m., Feb. 10, 1986For
160-140-300( Lonnie Hamilton in the ill lChuck Coburn. 100-131-JJ5 li-i>Jtf Mecinii.il -
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lost their first two matches In .
170-140-jio j.m.i sister iiolio Mi-
weightlifting this they still BHS 33. Middleburg 44 181 pound clas with lifts of (C2IB.." Russell 1112(1-410, Jury ".'an More Information c''I"
have six contests left this year.Their With only three first place lifters 250-225-475 and Clint Jenkins in the IN'III.141,HI-(1)Or..Wlgglnl JOO-I4J-M1,111- '!
\ first outing was against Mid- the Tornadoes were overshadowedby ; 220 pound class with lifts of (III ItS.II'-310.Loom.Hamilton(1)000 1M-1I1-471 J.cktonirt470 tl>Silly H.rr.ll.(1) Call 964.8175 f..
dleburg Jan. 15 here at home,with a the Broncos at the BHS 220210430.BHS O.ry. WI. IIS-IM-HD, Ito <1) Clint JtnKIniMO Ask for Janet
33-44 loss.A Jan.22 road trip to Lake Fieldhouse Jan. 15. no-4io, H.ivyw.lghl-( Brl.n Barton
Butler saw their second loss with A Taking firsts were SPAn Robin,,"" 33. MHS 44 JO"I".IOOI I Starke Lanes --

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In light business,one rezoning request Cooney told the board before an Following a general discussion,
was approved by the Bradford absent audience, that he intended to the board approved the request and SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY
County Zoning Board,Tuesday,Jan. open a feed, seed and fertilizer forwarded it the county commissionfor
28 here in Starke. business with a small line of hard- final approval. It will be heard
The parcel of land involved is ware and power mowers in the existing before the commission at their next
located South of Starke on the West building on his property.The meeting, Monday,Feb. 3 at 9 a.m.in
side of SR-100 and belongs to Harry the courthouse. SALE !
Cooney. The request was to changethe property had previously been Present for the meeting were Rick
zoned for
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zoning classification from Business Drives, Morris
Replogle, Spyros
the of studio and
Business-Professional (BP) to Com operation a photo and Mark Hardenbrook.
mercial Intensive (CI). real estate business bv Cnonev's son. Starling

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DAY COURSES EVENING COURSES Jamison exclusive-protector pad '+
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Youth Registration Set February 27 T


DY Baseball Walking Right The men's AAU state tournamentwill the three teams, based on their This year's first meeting of the the public and parents.
Registration Set... With the Rec... be held in Quincy at the Recrea- overall times Lori ran an 11:53: Brooker Athletic Association is set The meeting will be to get organized -
tion Department March 8 and 9 witha which placed her 19th. in the state for the baseball
On tonight (Thursday, Jan. 30) at 7:30: upcoming: season
and Fri-
It's getting time to think about Monday, Wednesday sign-up deadline of Tuesday, Feb. based on her time for the two-mile p.m. at the Brooker Elementary which Includes T-ball through Dixie
day from until
playing center field again with Dixie mornings 9 a.m. event. School.Election. Youth teams.
Youth Baseball registration under about 10 a.m., a walking class is be 20.Rosters
are limited to 12 players. of officers and coaches is For more Information contact Linda -
way until February 27 at the old ar ing held at the Old Armory center in Entry fee Is $10 and needs to be Brooker Reorganization.... part of the meeting which Is open to Robinson at the town hall.
Starke. It will for about hour
mory on North Temple Ave. go an sent to Joe Ferolito, c-o Quincy
Three age group leagues are plan- with Cheryl Godwin, recreation Recreation Department, P.O.
ned: the Dixie Minor League for director assuring everyone one that Drawer 941, Quincy, Fl. 32351. For f AA f
youngsters 8-10 the Dixie Major they will feel better after par- more Information, contact Ferolitoat
League for 11-12 year-olds,and Dixie ticipating. ((904) 627-7681.
Boys for 13.14 year-olds. The age
determining date is August 1, 1986 Table Tennis...?
for this year's season. If you like to swat little table ten-
There is a $20 registration fee nis balls,a club is being formed here Racing at Daytona... Blt33NO TO AAIN
which pays for the complete uniformbut in town for enthusiasts. Ages wouldbe The first race of the season at the M P YOU M! UMDER W
a partial refund will be made at 16 through adults with weekly Daytona International Speedway is nAa NAYi LAITIYMOOr Q< AN AUDY
the end of the season if the pants and meetings along with tournaments if the 24th Annual Sunbank 24 Interna- PRICES EFFECTIVE "'D" W w
stirrups are returned. enough interest is shown. tional Motor Sports Association 30th.
Hours at the Rec Center are from Contact the Rec Department at Camel GT set for Feb. 1 and 2. BEGINNINGTHRUBWED1E8DAY{ FEBRUARY 8th.iin .
8'30 a.m, until noon and from 1 p.m. 964-6792 or PJ's Sports Center at A 77 car field is being assembledfor
until 5-30: p.m. at the old armory and 9647434. the race with four-time winner ( Kumo lli
from 3 p.m until 5 p.m. at the Pratt Hurley Haywood and two new 1.75 LITER WILD
Street Center.Ceramics. Coach Needed... Jaguar XJR-7 GT prototypes being BACARDI II>M.
A coach is needed for a girl's soft- the first entrants. PUERTO RICAN CASE OF aLight 13 95Ftelschmann's TURKEY Zoo(8 8 OZ ML.)
... ball team for the 13-15 age group. & Dark rum 83.50 Ti F95I
Veteran ceramics instructor Lillie Anyone interested should contact FLASK
Ann Johns is teaching her first the Rec Department,phone 964-5792, Girl's Softball 1 Gin . LITER 6.95 this R6.8 PROOf

classes here in Starke. Registration.. Gllbay's Gin . . us LITER 11.99 71.25
The classes meet 7.10 p.m. each All girls ages 13 to 15 who want to =
BAGPDI Beefeater Gin 94 . . LITER 11.99143.00 _
Monday and 9 a.m. until noon slot AAU Men's8asketball play softball, it's time to sign up at
Wednesdays.There Tournaments... the old armory in Starke. a BOCadOr Rum UOMT t DA K LITER 5.59 68.50
is for the ::: Stranov Vodka . 5.75
no charge class Quincy will be hosting a men's According to Recreation Director -- : so LITER esoo
itself! but materials used have to be basketball tournament Saturdayand Cheryl Godwin, if enough girls wantto nFnAwra Gordon's Vodka so> . us LITER 11.65 ea.oojMontazuma
purchased.For Sunday, Feb. 8 and 9, which will participate they will have their ,4 Tequila 00r.Dff; LITER 6.99 sa.oo
more information, contact the be limited to eight teams. own league this year.
instructor at the Rec. Department, There is a $75 entry fee and all Age determination date is Sept. 1, LITER
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Senior Citizen Rides... Trophies first four teams along with in- the teams and anyone interested Vodka 800 7.ao;
Rtdps for senior citizens who live dividual trophies for the tournament needs to contact the rec dept.
vnihm, the city limits of Starke are champ. A ten-man all tournament
,Ivailable for activities at the Senior team will also be named. All-State Runner... ;nn. 41e..r. .
i'ituens' Club. Deadline to send in your entry and BHS sophomore Lori Sapp was s
For those who need transportation 12-man roster is Feb. 3. Sent it to named to the third team All-State KINTUDYY 1.75 LITER Ji .
Ind live within the city limits, call Quincy Recreation Department, Cross Country Team recently basedon Roasted eauRSON SNaol. -
the Rec Department at 964-6792 or P.O. Drawer 941, Quincy, Fl. 32351. her time at the state meet in Dry CASE OF 6 | "X99 -
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Florida Players will present efforts to win the local beauty con- For reservations and informationcall 79.25
award-winning playwright Beth test and break away from small the University Box Office at
Henley's heartwarming comedy, town Brookhaven, Mississippi. ((904)) 3921653.
"The Miss Firecracker Contest, Henley's special blend of warmth
beginning on Friday, Jan. 31. and humor and a cast of zany Jl1'ERa
Curtain time will be at 8:15: p.m. at charecters all ad up to a rich,rewarding LORD CALVERT I.iSLITER! 1'J) :
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Card of ThanksWe Your loving ways we really mil>!!. their prayers, flowers, food, cards, Barrel! K. ParkerMr.
would like to thank each of you Because they brought much hap and loving concern.A special thanks Darrell Earl Parker of flii
for your prayers, visits, the food, pines! to the Whispering Pines Nursing Gainesville died Jan. 24,
flowers, cards Because of this we can say sincerely Home.
and all expressionsof Survivors include his mother, TERWILLEGAR
and Mathel Green
Willie
sympathy extended during our
That Mrs. Sallie D. Johnson his grandmother -
bereavement. we truly loved you dearly. ; ,
Each act will be With all our love your went to rest, Mrs. Clara Bell!I Parker of -I MOTORS
always
We loved you most, but God loved Mrs. Arsola llolloway Gainesville; five sisters, Mrs. Gail
remembered.The best. M. Randolph of Daytona Beach,
Family of Kay FloydIn you We Miss! You Mrs. Arsola( llolloway of Lawtey, Mrs. Bernadettc Lewis, Mrs. Jac- "' /
died Sunday, Jan. 26 at Whispering queline Robinson and Miss Debrah
Jean Tann'rCarel
Memory Pines Care Center al Starke. A. Dell all of Gainesville and Miss
Tanner of Thanks Survivors include three sisters, June O. Dell of Miami; four TEX
Mrs. Lillie J. Green and Mrs. ElinorM. brothers, Bennie Lee Robinson of
Our life with you was full of love, The family of Lavonia M. Griffis Heath of Lawtey, and Mrs. Oluslee, Wade Lee of
Randolph
Like peace and joy from above. would like to thank everyone for Pauline Finn of Miami; one brother, Gainesville, Cain Dell,Jr., of Miami PATRICKto
_-_ James C. Walker of Bunnell; a host Beach, and Arden Kirk of Miami. t
n of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held their staff.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Feb. 1 at 1:30: p.m. at
SLICED BEETS WITH ORANGES Saturday,Feb 1 at 3 p.m.at St.John Greater Allen Chapel Methodist
Baptist Church in Lawtey, with Rev. Church of Starke with Elder Frank Tex will be
1 Serving Willie Huffman officiating. Burial Watkins officiating Burial will
12 Servings selling New & Used
will follow in Peetsville Cemetery follow in Oddfellow Cemetery of
Ilaile Funeral Home of Starke is in Starke under the direction of Haile
1/2 can ((8 1/4 oz size) slicedbeets 1 can ((8 1/4 oz) sliced
drained beets, drained charge of arrangements. Funeral Home of Starke. CARS & TRUCKS

1/2 orange, pared and cut 1 orange, pared and cut .
into 1/4" slices into 1/4" slices I (Rent or Lease)
1 tsp margarine or 2 twp margarine or butter
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butter Dash of salt Dash Dash of of salt pepper OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 AM 8:30: PM Tex invites all his friends in the area to

Dash of pepper Ice Gasoline & Diesel Fuel RV Supplies Convenience Store
in and discuss
stop their vehicle needs.
Alternate beets ((2 or 3 hces at a time)and orange slices in
12-oz shallow casserole ((24-oz shallow casserole). Dot with
margarine. Cover with vented plastic wrap and microwave on 2s TERWILLEGAR MOTORSHwy.
high (550 watts) until hot, 1 to 2 min |12 to 3 min). Sprinklewith ,

salt and pepper. Western 301 & 100 Starke 964.7200
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Power Tools & Accessories

Quality, Service, Super SavingsIt's

A Fact, We Can Save You Money! Sale Prices Good Through February 28, 1986

Rodney L. Sumner, Owner Licensed OpticianEyes

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Examined in Our Office by Independent Optometrists.
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Includes: Kit box, battery Reg. Price '131.10

I960! pack,fast charger,andProfessional $ 9 51 7
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Model of the Week! Sale l -

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A sweatshirt. not what it used to be and Cindy is showing

you just that In her oversized crayon sweat top with matching
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by 1)iannluuglas ItiTuthinf layer blouses or velour lops. loose their insulntive poers when air
H/0 Homo Kconomiht: This layer of clothing is worn next Protecting layer between the weave filled
Trying to keep warm when the to your skin, usually a T-shirt or This layer of clothing has a two with spaces dirt. Air must be trapped are in A gift will be remembered if you try to elect something
temperatures drop below freezingcan under garments. The fabric of this fold purpose: to retain escaping order to retain body heal. with the person's special interests In mind. A special
be a challenge In Florida. We clothing should be lightweight, open body heat and keep out (the cold, One final point to remember when stamp for the collector..a leather-bound cook-book for
are accustomed to mild temperatureand weave and absorbent. These moist air, Because of this layer trying to keep warm. It is estimatedthat the gourmet on your list.
do not keep heavy winter characteristics permits the fabric to wormIh around the body is increased. 50 percent of the body's heat is
clothing in our closets. Layering pick up moisture from your skin, .Select\ garments I hat are made of lost through an uncovered head. So,
clothes is the key factor to keep in assists in it's evaporation and filter tightly woven fabric. Garments in get out the hats, scarves and head NOW EVERY TORO RIDER '
mind when dressing on cold frigid nut excess body heat. this catorgory include jackets wool covers. .' am COMES WITH A 2 YEAR
allows air to be a -
This shirts
days. concept Insulating layer and flannel In summary, it is best to car Paa LIMITED WARRANTY
trapped between layers of clothing, This layer of clothin holds escaping several layers of clothing. This
which prevents your own body heat body heat and forces it into dead Color also plays a role in creating allows air to be trapped between the
from escaping. As a result, you stay air spaces. Insulating fabric shouldbe warmth. Warm colors such as red, layers which help insulate the body
warmer. loosely woven or knitted of yarns orange and yellow give you the feel- heat. ATTENTION!
that are thick, resilient and absor- ing of warmth. Dark colors are best For further information on conser-
You will need to think in terms of bent. Select wool or cotton fabrics, for outside activities because they ving energy and keeping warm in
three layers when dressing to keep high bulk, quilled, napped, or thick absorb heat from the sun. the cold months, contact the ALL TORO OWNERS...
warm breathing, insulation and fabrics. Examples of this type of Clean clothes will be warmer than Cooperative Extension Service
protecting. "irment i r>r. sleeve! s h', soiled ones.You ask why? Garments (WAS).
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Cookie time is here with all warmed in mircowave for WARNEY r I
Juniors,Cadettes,Seniors and many homestyle softness! ).
adults taking orders. Order several of your favoritesand
Seven kinds of Girl Scout cookiesat remember Girl Scout Cookies SUPER SALE
a cost of $2 per box are availablethis freeze well. ADKINSONInvite
year There is Pecan ShorTees Call your favorite scout or Lila ELECTRIC START MODELS
(rich, delicate shortbread and crisp Rae Yawn, Neighborhood Cookie I
pecans slowly baked to a tender Chairman or Joyce Sutton, I FROM 899.95Now
crunch), Samoas (delicious vanilla Neighborhood Chairman at 9647784.Each .
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cookies, covered with caramel on year cookie proceeds go you to test drive the 1986 Ford Trucks & Cars every Toro 2-yeir Rider limited comet wemm with,.
top and bottom, rolled in toasted toward troop activities and trips, Today!
t tI
coconut and striped with a yummy maintanence of camps owned by
cocoa coating),Thin Mints (an extra Council which are used year round I Warney extends a special invitation to all his past
thin chocolate wafer made with by scouts and also helps with international amOPTIONAL
opportunities for scouts students and friends from the school system to come
natural peppermint and covered in a
smooth cocoa coating), Do-si-dos I on in and have a cup of coffee and talk about old BRASS CATCHER
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Starke Area Want Ads -1 I

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- (

mltted to the Bradford County 1
T.I.groph office In writing and paid In 1r r
advance unless credit It already HELP WANTEDFULL BUSINESS LAND FOR SALE

ttabllthed with this office. OPPORTUNITIESOWN

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Rood no
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin, and down payment, $75 per mo Call c/7'ritiiilcar
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Owens Inc. Realtor 221 W. layfoyetteSt YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear 9645606. 10/4 tfn
I THE TELEPHONE. 964-5065714 tfn ladies apparel children., large size, LOTS I ACREAGE) 20 percent down
I Oottifled d.adlin. It TUESDAY. TYPISTS $500 weekly at home Write petite, combination store, maternity balance In five years, financing by
NOON prior to Thursday publication P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF accessories Jordache, Chic lee, L.vl.) owners 964.6853. 12/13 tfn. REALTY
Minimum charge It 15 words for$2.73, NURSING ASSISTANTS) needed at E Z Street Izod Esprit Tomboy, Calvin ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement.
then 10 ants for each word thereafter. Whispering Pines Care Center Call Klein Sergio Valente Evan Picone, Liz $3,500 $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call
Susan Cook at 964-6220. 12/5TF Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, 9645606. 1/03 tfn PHONE 964.7776
CARS & TRUCKSMUST GOVERNMENT JOBS) $16,040 Healthtex over 1000 others. $13,300 to ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY

$59.230/yr Now hiring Coll $24,900 inventory training, fixtures, ROAD $3.000 no down payment $70 205 N, Temple, Starke I
SELL IMMEDIATELY 1982 Corvette, 1 1.805.687.6000, ext R-5504 for current grand opening, etc Can open 15 dayt. mo. Call 964-5606 1/03 tfn '
loaded with extras Beautiful car Best federal,. 1/9 8tpd 2/27 Mr. Keenan, ((305)) 678.3639. Itpd 1/30 LOT per IN CITY: 6000. Call 964.5764; after CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
offer 964.8809. 10/10 TFchg CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income potential. 14 YR. ESTABLISHED well drilling 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn PREFERRED PROPERTIES
THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford, royal blue, all All occupations For info call ((312)) business for sale Located 30 miles THREE ACRES in city on Geiger Rd. Near ACREAGE .

whit. Int., AC cruise, tilt steering. AT 742-8620 ex I. 362, 1/16 4tchg 2/6 from Starke. Includes drill rigs, pump Southside Elementary 7500. Brownlee Rd. 36.43 acres 'I\ $ 82,332
CLERICAL PARTTIME Work 3.4 hoist all tools and ttock. Sacrlfled
with overdrive. 47,000orlg. mllet. One : at home at 964.5876. 1/23 TFPERSONAL
owner Call 533.2403 after 6 p.m. TF hours daily Send stomped envelopefor 25000. Call 481.2883. Hawthorne. Waldo l 10 acres $ 5,000

1979 RENAULT LeCar 1550. Low mileage, application. CRT 8033 Sunset 6060, 1/23 41chg 2/13 Graham 14.5 acres l,625/ac..
good condo 964.6848, 4733627. 1/9TF lot Angeles, CA 90046. 1/16 3tpd 1/30 SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks, SERVICESNEED Graham 10.51 acres 1625ac.
LOOK! If you're 18 or older, male drive big trucks DOT certification.
19(1 DATSUN 310: exc cond., 4.p..d. years
$3.300.964.88411 or 4733627. 1/9TF or female, employed ful'Hme' or part- Local and national lob placement Hwy. 301 S. 2.5 acres $ 15,000

1980 BUICK Skylark, AT. PS PB Am/FM time or unemployed, retired or at assistance Correspondenceresidenttraining A TUTOR) All subjects, K-8, Certified Country Club 9 acres $ 49,000
cassette player nice car. Take over home with small children or a student Eligible Institution for federalold Teacher, 533-2901 after 7 p.m. TF 230A & Wilson 4.78 acres $ 12,000

paymentt Call 468.2860 after 6 p.m. looking for something to do...We havea GSL. Call 18002519042. UNITED CHAIN LINK FENCE) Installed. Free Lawtey 5 Ac. Woodlawn $ 14,000
123 I TF great opportunity knocking at your TRUCK MASTER. Resident training. estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. ,'
1975 OLDSMOBILE and/or 1971 Toyota. door. You can be your own boss. set Tampa, Fla. Icon 9 Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn Hampton 438 acres $1,000/ac.

$2200 for both. 964.6867. 1/23 2tpd your own hours and make as much as WANTED: '. o ,,o 'oios'cd' ,i., WANT TO DRINK 230 E. 40 acres $100,000

1 30 you wont and help celebrate our 100th (prn'y,, ,! II MeS WlMI, V 'CO1' P '.0 THATS YOUR BUSINESS LawteyOil 20.16 acres $ 50,000
1976 FORD PICKUPi 6 cyl.. standard, year AVONI I For more Information Hr'i,, n' 9d.l1: '. "I I 130 WANT TO STOP 301 S. 2'/ acresI $ 8,300
call 9648442. 1/23 TF
IWB no rutt. Good condition. First THAT'S OURS
$1200 cash 9644248. Itchg 1/30 PART TIME TAKE INVENTORY in Storket MOBILE HOMES Alcoholics Anonymous OH 301 N. acre $ 2,500

197B FORD LTD station wagon. $750 or ... Daytime hours. Car necessary. 964415096468949646219pd HOMES
best offer 964.5232 after 6 964.6849. Write phone number, experience to: FOR SALE thru 2/15
Itchg 1/30 ICCT466, Box 527 Paramus, NJ 07653. GLASS CUT TO ORDER) Doort, windows, Bethel Church Road Home $ 38,000

197S MERCURY COUGAR) $800. l/233tpd2/6 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, 628 Plnewood Home $ 27,800
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9644009. Itchq 130REAL EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home one or all. Olin't Mobile Home Sales on 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake SR 16 East Brick on 1 lot $ 45,000
For info call
assembly work 904-964 5606 6/6 tfnchg Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, BrookerRd.230E Homo on 2 lots $ 45,000
ESTATE 504641.8003, ext 9579. l/304tpd2/20 4734973. 2/26 tfn
SALES POSITION: must have sales ex 1978 12x60 Guerdon Staller. 2BR. bath, BULLDOZER to do bulldozer Home 54900.
OUT OF STATE good condition clean, unfurnished. Wanting
perience. Call 964-5606. 1/30TF very. 5500. 9647512. 10/3 TF work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for 533 W. Pratt Home 2 lots $ 18,150

301 QUIK STOP now.accepting applications 24x65 DW: on 3 acres. 3BR, 2Ba, CH/A. work. 9645606 7823333. Ask for Hwy 301 S. Block Home $ 85,000
for full time cashiers
or part Apply
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 160 older Mark. 8/8 tfn
home 70 tillable acres provides acres Income In person 2'/. miles South 301 Itpd $29,500.85 Phone 964.8399. TF PAINTING t REMODELING) quality workat 431 Center St. Frame HomeWaterfront $ 24,300
ALL MODELS
must go: We finance.
for absentee owner. Creek and 1/30 No down. 17528082. on affordable price. For a free Sampson Lake Home $ 68,000
1/9
woodland. HUNTINGI! $88,000 $18.500 RETAIL SALES PERSON: experienced only 1/30 money 4tchg estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg LakewoodSDLakewood HomeWaterfront $ 65,000
down balance 10% APR. UNITED Textile World 1124 N. Main St., SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines
SUWANNEE FLA.-- Need a complete S/D Lot $ 25,000
FARM AGENCY P.O. Box 755 Troy AL Gainesville Shopping Center, GV. 1/30 relald. Serving Bradford County for 10years.
36081 ((205)) 566.I 870, ((205)) 7352442. 2t 2/6 change? Fish off your own dock.Deluxe Bradford Septic Tank Service 321 N. Myrtle Home (small lot) $ 55,000
2BR, 1'1. ba,
Icon 6 HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED: Florida license, 3 huge screen 9648121 10/17 TFchg 61$ N. Church Home on 3 lots $ 49,900Of
2
porch landscaped lots with
yrs experience Following preferred, SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes
( 301 N. Home $ 50,000Country
underground sprinkler system 17 ft.
YARD SALESYARD rent private room. Hairplanes, cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used
964.4645. Itchg 1 30 Wellcroft w/115 hp Mariner motor, 19" machines for sale. James Club Home $125,000
Zenith color TV w/cable. Even 8 hp sewing
SALE: Saturday Only. V, mile off SEWING MACHINE OPERATOR needed. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy Roberts S/D Home $ 58.500
Snapper riding mower. All need to
301 on 16W. Itchg 1/30 Exp. helpful but not necessary. Apply you 16 Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF
YARD SALE: Sot.-Sun.-Mon. Feb 1,2,3, in person at Lake Butler Apparel. Itpd move In today Is clothes, groceries and HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting, electrical HOMES WITH ACREAGE

95pm. 3 miles West on Hwy 100, 1/30 fishing money. $70,000 In Gulf.net.904542.7346 3 minutes or to complete home repair. Hwy 16E & 9th St. Home & 9 ac. & 2 Tr.sp. $ 55.000

watch for signs. Itchg 1/30 904.378.6071. No collect calls, please. Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. CrawfordCrawford Rd. Home 42 acres $145.000
YARD SALE: 1975 Cougar, single bed WANTEDCHARLOTTE'S 1/91F Call Mitch 473-3940. 1/9TF Rd. House, Chic. House, 50 ac. $260.000
double bed, bedspread, clothes, other BAKER LP GAS INC.) Family owned and
ALL REPOS: $5.000 under cost. Easy Brooker Home & 2 acres $ 55,000
items Behind Deerwood We be".rprices
Longchamps operated. strive to give
Subd. 301 S. Look for signs Frl 8 Sat. WEBB: Now taking consignment financing no money down. 1.752-8082. and tervlce. We solicit 29th St. N.W. Home & 37.5 ac. $144,445
Items 1/9 4tchg 1'30
'Clothing Toys
9.5:30: p.m. Itchg 1/30 Handcrafts New and Used Items 138 NEW CONCEPT: Buy here, pay here or customers who own tank. We sell and Hwy 100 MH with 3% ac. $ 50,000Hampton

N. Water St Call 964.7100, 964.5732. rent to own 17528082. 1/9 41chg 1/30 rent tanks and cylinders. We fill Home & 12 acres 85,000

HOMESFOR 9648569. 1/9TF 1966 MOBILE HOME: good shape. 3BR. cylinders Mon-Frl at 8:45.6:30.our dock: for Sat.$20.8453.:OPEN Deer Spgs Rd. KH 1 SW, 1 DW, 2 aCt 35,000
GOOD USED beauty or barber salon 2500. 964-8484 1 1/9TF
SALE 259.6812 2596810.
equipment. Call Hairplanes, 964.4645. MUST SELL! 1983 Fleetwood mobile 18006352371. or
1/23 2/13
1/9 4tchg I'30 I home 14x70 3BR 2Ba excellent condition 4tchg HOMESITES
ASPHALT PAVING and seal hot
WOODEN HOUSE:20x20, tin roof, block. WANTED: Children's and Infants clothestoys Call 964.4155. 1/164tchg 2/6 coating
roof patching. All work guaranteed. Golfvlew Acres Lot 16 $ 9,500
ed up ready to move$500, 431-1050 I Ifn furniture and ml.c. items Call
BUY THIS HOME like rent: CB 2BR, l IBa Charlottes Webb 964.7100. 138 N. LOSTFOUNDLOST Serving Flo. 25 years. 7823125. 1/23 Mimosa & Bessent. SlotsLots ea.$ 6,900
130ATTENTION
house Good location. Good condition Water St. Eves call 964-5732 or 2tchg ATTENTION: Custom work, Kingsley Village 21 22 $ 5,500

$3,000 down balance. $18,500 at 11%. 9648569. 1/30TF mowing disking, blade work, garden S.R.100S Lot 8(1.37( ac) $ 5,000'
Just $260/month 964 8251. 1/2TF WANTED TO BUY: slightly used dryer RED MARE HORSE: mane clipped
REDUCED: 3BR, 2Ba, CH/A, FP on 6 acresIn call 9646250. 1/30 NCI back hoof old and split. If found, call work. Call J.D. Eunice, 964-8230 or 5 Oaks Subdlv. 1 lot $ 10,000
Harold 782-3469 Free
city on Geiger Rd., near Southside - -- Jail House in Starke 8'8 tfnMOTORCYCLES estimates Eunice 1/23 2tchg 1/30 Hwy 16WCrosby Lots 1,2 $ 10,000

Elem $68.500. 9645876. 1/9TF | HAROLD JR. I LOSING YOUR HAIR? Or Is it lust thinnIng Lake Lot 22 $ 17,000
WATERS
LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models
: to I 1 1 .put too,much.! ? Try Nexxus,)(I.lq.,,. Country Club ? ? Lot 7 ... $ ,000.d "
choose from. Send for Free brochure. & Concrete Work q8
Masonry i available .
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HONEST ABE LOG HOMES. Rt ) Box I I i tress!! program Hairplanes! 01 "! ffrt t' .!\q.l l '\ .ppp..
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Layus" fouiido'tinj. dllv ways' 1 I I 964-464S. lt,!hgr t/30 "ID't betJUittno* Hew e HO MlUOi! 3UJAV net v'ixx- I'I'.untryCultl.
84CF Moss Tenn 38575. 8002313695. I bulkheads ollbl.ck&bnckw' 'ik I ,1982 HONDA SILVERWING Interstate VJ i TIRED OF HAVING.STRAIGHT.; limp, .' .? ,' Lot'"I"! ., _,. ?,,"'OII"O' *,, I
fcan 8 473-2348 package. 2 helmets, 1300 miles, $1500. i lifeless hair that just won't do Sampson Lake (waterfront) 2 lots ea. $ 17,900
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 5 acres with older 30 '* JO j .
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home. 16 cu. ft Frlgidaire, gas heater L 0 - -, Call evenings 782 3210 hchg 1/30 anything?Try one of our body waves at Sampson Lakewaterfront( ) 1 lot 21,900
9644645.
well, electricity, cow sheds, pecan Hairplanes Itfhg 1/30 now only $35. W. Madison 2 lots $ 27,500

trees Rt I. Box 354, Lawtey. Itpd 1/30 475-288' Subscribe I II } Crosby Lake Inlet 4 lots 15,000
473-4384
NEXT TO SOUTHSIDE ELEM: This
adorable 3BR 1 '/. Bo country home GVIIIe Area 473.3146 ", MISCELLANEOUSCHARLOTTE'S Bessent Rd. 23 lots ea $ 7,000

has just been remodeled for you. 12x18 ___ Keystone Area COMMERCIAL VACANT

kitchen garage, central heat on a corner ENOUGH PIECES FOR - - -
WEBB Now op.nl) Quality 301 S near KOA 270'front, 4 Ac $150,000
lot w'city water and sewer. PricedIn SPLIT WOOD FENCE I ladle., childien't and men's clothes .
the upper 30.. Call today. 473-7541 FILL DIRT | and E. Call St. 5.5 acres $ 25,000W.
Apprex 6080'Ix8'hEl I accestorlet. Also featuring han
or 475.2597. 1/30 4tchg 2/20 WOODS, I N I Call Anytime | dicrafts. Call 9647100. 138 N. Water St. Call St. )Comm. Lot $ 40,000

1/30 TF .
Hwy 100 Keystone Hgts. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

I! Hampton 468-1455' |I BOATS 120 E. Call St. Building $47,000

301 (Dairy Queen" ), Restaurant 90,000

__ _. ..J 1981 STUMPKNOCKER II: 25hp Johnson Epperson St. Duplex $ 50,000
Plumbing Supplies From with tilt .
trailer excellent
motor In *> *'* *
1111 Durrance fI shape. $1800. 4732566. 1/302tchg 26aaaeoeeeoaeaoeeaaaoo EVENINGS
Pump & Supply INSULATIONBatts
L BILL DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
I H We Drill 2" to 6" Wells Licensed + \ and Blown-jn
State NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT? IRVING CLARCR,964.7J( 88 ? JOHN GREENE 533.2121

us 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave.,Starke 964-7061 Free EstiHiates Call Alan, Liz, Wendy, t e WAYNE DOUGLAS 9644593. NOVIS WARD 964.7454

CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408 RANDY CORY 475-2597
Bosier CustbmConstruction Tony or Linda
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(; oaeoeoeoeoeoaoeaaooeaARTHUR Cabinets
HOMES0(1 .. | TrriViCust6m(
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; 10% Off
yap MASTERS Wood or Formica Cabinets *Tile Work *Celling Design
Custom Built 1425--7 house, commet-
BEAUTIFUL room good
Insulated clol Investment ocr .from city hal; Painting, roofing and fram Cut Brick or Stone t ? _*Stucco *Drywall WorkMobileHome

Windows priced low. <. ing. Additions, remodeling, ( li",IerpinningSkirting, ( )

Installed #423.-i1.5ao., like, .......-ew-mob4le/nice-/ and fixed dry wall.. In Stucco r Cur Brick/Stone

OF NORTH ly include business. -. of pecan- Free Estimates ,r. "Free Estimates

cracking 11 ,ro. experience Call 964.6238 Tim Thompson

Tilt-in t For I402--5 roonxhome. In. Rolford' reduced References .......***..****.*.*******.*************************
FLORIDA now $11,500. 964.4009 ... .J .
Cleaning #399-.3 BR, 1'/', bg?.blpck, fenced In
town come.ee'and lot's' negotiate. .
395--2 BR home.on 1 a;., neat, many 1111Is Carpet (ajGleaning Scotchcard

964-6766 fruit trees and grapevines, l hJc. location I FLORILAND $1495 I.

furnished. fifa
412--Nice 3BR, 1 Ba on Market Rd., REALTY ( ) Available

215 E. Call St. for many shade appliance., owner Is included anxious?to pecans makea 964-7700 Florida Carpet Cleaning I Dye Co.

Starke Fla. deal. It]N. T.mpl.A...
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Vmml' P. Odem erek.r-OalJ.v l PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
1398--20 ac. 4BR 2Bo stucco home, Thornton AtwclaWGot ,

I mobile home hookup, pasture, pecan Wa .,.olallz. lit olaaninc and rt-dyilng of wall to wall carpet, furniture
) Wood Stove For Sale
trees, 63000. inside auto Wa offer bids eommarelal
'In City 3BR, 2 full bath., brick ol..nlnllnd datallinf. on eonf raoti.

I ii -. -g- We have farms, acreage and commercial home; L-shaped LR and family room Quality work at ION, 'low prlo. i.Call how to maka an appolntmanl.

Roberts Real Estate acreage, waterfront properties step saver kitchen, 2.39 acret. Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

and space ((2-room). for rent. Lots, Graham area owner financing
986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL Rums "er Gall 964-4997 Call eater ..
Come by and let us show you our 1 acre up.
964.6262 oS Acres, 476' on 301 South. 400 MH.. Ckttk ,.11.. Pass I Ii .bail ...... Meek StarieIVWfertfCkiiRbsf
Lots zoned for trailers, '/. acre to itrs charge. IN (Mark tf CeimerM

SJI N. Temple Ave IVi acre, owner financed $500
PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves, listings.e .; FI 32091 down

2 BR frame house, CH&A. outbuildings and many extras. STROUTREALTY .Union County land with paved road

.JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. on 2 sides, 20 minutes from

Central heat and air, carport. $49,500. Gainesville. Owner financing.

COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 INCOaP01At10.IOa11' I I I964.893L Commercial detail Building-Call for R & J'S SAW SHOP

plus feet the and 473.3096 ,
on highway 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building. j

Call for details. Worthington Springs 496.2534
1Chain
640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that I

$1200.00 per acre I 11. BARGAINS FROM ,. "fr sfls Sales & Repairs

WATERFRONT 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin The Bargain Center" Kitchen VRTJS?

Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake. +sa Pip. Insulation Weotherstrlpplng
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Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500. _
.MOBILE HOME 3" PVC Sch. 40 12-2 NMB Wire &
On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out Saws Lawnmowers
Well Pumps $.79 ft. 17.95 250'
Felt$e.SO p.rroll
buildings including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of From $139.9:1.Mobll.

possibilities. Home Supplies. Llghtpolet. Cabinets e Electrical I Plumbing Supplies "


COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE -o":1"9:: BARGAIN CENTER INC. "0 ewJ' OPEN: Monday-Friday 8:005:00.4 : :

George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker Sled. 10,000 MI.c.llonHu.ltema and Salvage ''11

Terry A. Gains CSM. Salesman Lee & Willie Mae 964-4479. Hwy. :301 South Starke Saturday .8:00.1:00: :


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SALE PERSONAL SERVICES

THREI IEDROOM HOUSE partially furnished. TWO BEDROOM 1
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK CAMPER 1911: 35' fifth wheel American MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
damage Bayleis Hwy. $250/month plus porch overlooking Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully self- organ with double keyboard base CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work
deposit reference dock and boat lift.
required. Recreational vehicles welcome Phone contained price neg. 5332411. Call pedal and rhythm section, $795. Coll kitchen cabinets and trim Carpentry.
496.2356 after
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per Reasonable Call 473-4018 after
964.7498.9/16 tin prices
after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfnBRADFORD 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648
FOR RENT OR SALEi Like n.w, 3 BR, 1 4tpd 2/13 EFFICIENCIES, studio and one BR apartment LIMEROCK weekends for appointment to sea tfn 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg
Bath, block house on: 2.6 ocr., TWO BEDROOM *. Electricity Includ.d. Low weekly SALES 176 FLEETWING TRAVEL TRAILER 24 ft. CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and in

964.5445.Itchg 1/30 Call 964-8566 after 5 monthly rates. Palm Apartment. Llmerock I Fill Dirt Complete package, like new A/C, stallations. Free estimates Ten years

2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn 20 yd. semi-leads only' everything Phone JO*. collect experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 Phone 7B2-3I72 S/231/chg 725.8945.4tpd 1/9-30 Craig. 5/17 tfnihg

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. BA apt. For more Information call Lake STORE BOUGHTi Furniture for sale atDoublewlde PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsibleparty PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt
Butler mildew peeling paint from homes,
Apt 4963141. Equal Opportunity Home Center located to assume small monthly
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg North on 301 Lawtey. Fla. (this Is not' payments on spinet/console piano. driveways, mubil. homes. Coll Rick.
2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Can be seen locally. Writ.: (Include 473.2452 4tfr 1/9-30
pets, $190 a month plus deposit Call FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for phone number) Credit Manager P. O. UPHOLSTERY Cushions! chair.,
468.1323.10/3 TF sale at Olin. Home Center located on Box 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 3tchg couches, campers Addison
LARGE MOBILE HOME LOTi Concrete Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer 1/16.30 Upholstery. 473.2452.4tchg 1/9.30
m I 964-5065 patio water furnished close to prison. furniture. 6/13 tfnchg FOR SALE OR TRADE Paperback books HAPPY FACE. DAY CARE OF
$95/mo. 964.7530 or 468.1323.1013 TF PALOMINO FILLY AQHA Reg. Adorable. 480 S. Lawrence Blvd 10.5 Mon.-Sat. HAWTHORNE will open Joruory 6
TWO BEDROOM: 1 bath house In town. 6 mos. old. $500. .964-4402 or 9647138. 3tpd 1/16.30 from 66. Register how. 481-3856 or

REALTORS Call 904-437-3308 between 830.530: : I2/26TF OAK FIREWOOD cut. split and 481-4267. 4tchg 1/9-30
Mon-Frl. 11/28TF PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsibleparty C ft B CARPET I UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
( : delivered $75 per cord. Rick's Lawn
NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1BRapartm.nt. to assume small monthlypoym.nt. Service 473-4512. 2tchg1/23-30 Truck mounted deep steam extraction -

with kitchens, located next on spinet/console piano. CHEST-TYPE FREEZER 18.1 cu. ft. Kenmore free estimates, quality work
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE I to Tenneco station In downtown Con be seen locally. Write: (include 5 rolling baskets, flash defrost competitive prices.waxed 4737770. Floors
Starke. $50.$75 per week. Call phone number) Credit Manager, P.O. built-in drain. Interior light, lock. $200. stripped and 3tpd 1/16.30
964.5139 days or 964.6566.v... 12/5TF Box 520 Beckemeyer, IL 62219. 1/16 Coll 473-2042 after 6 p.m. tfn REMODELING I TRIM WORK No lob too

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of TWO LARGE 2-room kitchenette: utilities 3tchg 1/30 TIRES New 13 inch 60 series, raised smc II, free estimates. Coll anytime,
furnished. Und.rwood Motel 3V4 SCUBA EQUIPMENT 2 complete sets. white letters. GT-radials $110. 475.3073.2tchg 1/23-30
miles North of Starke. 12/19TF Call 964-5694 after 5.1/16 2tNC 473-2087 evenings, lipd 1/30 BABYSITTING In my home seven daysa

BEDROOM In large home rear Hampton. AIR CONDITIONERS 5 mos old used 2 LEER Fiberglass camper top for '/, ton week day or night 4737876. 2tpd

FREE $125 per month Incl. utilities and kit. mos. Take over payments $32 per mo., pick-up. Like new with sliding glass 13026HANDYMANi
ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ch.n privileges. 468-2515. 12/26TF 7 left Call 782.3886 after 6 p.m. Itchg windows. $250. Call 6592036. Itpd carpentry painting, electrical
NICE ROOM private bath. 9646035. 116.23.30WHIRLPOOL 1/30 complete home repair.
About the value of your house 1/6TF AIR COND.i 18,000 btu SEWING MACHINE Singer Athena 2000. Reasonable rates Licensed contractor.

BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK I COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now $200 price neg. Call 782-3886 after 6 Original price $857 balance $237 or Call Mitch. 47339"0..1TF.
available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 ft. p.m. 1/16.23,30 $20 month. 4752692. Zlchq 1/30.2/6
ERA CAN TELL YOU I ceilings, lights, power new reduced CAR D-6 DOZER hyd. blade. 5000. HOUSES FOR SALELOG
LAND FOR SALE
rat.. 964.8848. 1/9TF 964-8266. 1/16 4tpd 2/6
FREE NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 1 and 2 FLASHING ARROW SIGNS: 50% off I 11 I HOMES Over 40 rustic models to

NO OBLIGATION I BR apartments Stove refrlg., and $289 complete. Lighted non-arrow LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500. choose from. Send for FREE
drapes furnished. Southern Villas ofStark. $269. Unlighted $219. Free letters. See Owner will finance. $164 per month. BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES.

MARKET VALUE ESTIMATE .. 1001 S. Villas Drive, (Hwy. 16)). locally. 1000 imprinted balloons. $99. 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 Route One, Box 84CF Moss Tennessee
Prepared by
: 964.7295 or 9644214. 1/23 2tchg 1/30 800-423-0163 anytime 8006282828. LAKE LOT Deer Springs Lake 70 ft 38575. ((800)) 231 .3695 1/30 fcon
sionally trained staff. Reviewed by a ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT central ext. 504.fcan 5 lakefront 190 ft. deep. Call GREAT BUYII I .2 BR 1 BA. CB fireplace,
heat and air conditioning wall to wall FURNITURE Couch loveseat chair Blue 904-268 4843 of'., 5 p.m. 1/30 tfnchg large Florida room. $5000 toko overpayments
years of Bradford County Appraisal and carpets, furnished or unfurnished Paisley, 1 year old like new. $1.000. KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Nicely wood. of $289.50 balance 28000.

perience. Let us tell you what your walled patio off street parking. Best to 9647321. 1/232tchg 1/30 ed 1/3 acre. Ready to build on. $4400. 473.7619 after 6. Itchg I 1/30
call 964-8601 before 9:30: In the morn AKC TOY POODLES for stud: 9644238. Coll 4752598. 3'pd 130.213MISCELLANEOUS SILVER SANDS LAKE 3 BR 2 BA. two
for! Ing. 1/9 TF 1/23TF story fireplace, fenced yard by

CALL TODAY. 964.5065 TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Orlffls SPECIAL) New flashing arrow signs, owner. 69900. 4733746. Itpd 1/30

Loop. Private setting. New carpet and complete legs, letters, stand bulbs.
Or Mail or Drop Off Cut Out Form drapes. 468.2374 after 6 p.m. 1/23 Warranty. Only $337 delivered set-up. Lost
and trade. Used furniture
PAC RAT. Sell
Buy
8"
2tchg 130ROOMS 1-800-833-3737 for appointment.
FREE FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 letter special only $49.95 box. fcan 7 appliances, household Items, REWARD) Black male Labrador mixed.
NO OBLIGATION per night. From $35 per week. Discount EXPORT ORDER CANCELLED 23 collectable, glassware, old jewerly Lost Nov. 7 on SR-100 and Immokolee
Market Value Estimate offered for longer term Apply In person buildings remain from overseas order tools e'e. 473.2183 CANCELLED.tfnchg 7/26 23 Road. Answers to "Minor". 4737162.
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across 1/3 to 1/2 off. I..., 30x48 was $6400 EXPORT ORDER 4trho 11626HELP

Full Name of Owners! . . . . . . . . . from Post Office. TF now $3200. Other sizes available. Call bull lng. remain from overseas order
third to hall off. lei 30X48 was
One one- WANTED
(see your lax bill I) THREE BEDROOM home In Stark. 18005274323. fcan 10
Other sties
$3200.
Mailing Address of Ownen. . . . . . . . $225/month. 1st and last months rent GIANT FLASHING ARROW signs 59% $6400 now
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 964-4548. Itchg 1/30 off I $289 complete. Lighted non-arrow available. Call I ((100)) 527.4323. 1/30 $60 PER HUNDRED PAID FOR REMAILING
Property Address or Directions!. . . . . .. t. FOR RENT OR SALE: 2 BR, 1 '/ bath $269. Unlighted $219. Free letters. See GIANT Icon FLASHING ARROW SIGNS 59% LETTERS FROM HOMEI Send self-

. . . . . . . . . . . . . mobile home Inside city. Call 964.6561 locally. 1-800-423-0163 anytime Part. OFF! I $289 comple'e. Lighted non- addressed stamped envelope for In.
Contact Information Best time to call. . . . . . after 4 p.m. 1/30 2tpd 2/6 time distributor wanted. $269. Unlighted $219. Free lettersl formation/application. Associates,
arrow Box 95B. Rosselle, NJ 07203.
Home Phone . . . . Work Phon. . . ONE BEDROOM unfurnished. Upstairs 20004.000 Investment fcan 11 See locally. 1 ((800)) 423-0163 12/12.2/13 lOtpd
next to Starke Elementary SEVERAL ITEMS Bass guitar and amp,
$125/month. Fireplace 9645876. Itchg $150; electric organ $50; 16 ft. Mohawk any'ime. Part-time distributors RETIRED COUPLE wanted to run small
1/30 canoe with paddles, $175. Sears stereo wan'ed. $2000-$4000 Investment. 1/30 mobile home pork. Home and salary

RESIDENTIAL NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown $100. Call 964-8663 after 3 p.m. Itpd CARS TRUCKS provided. Call 332.7329 after 5. 2tpd
/23-30
Law office on E. Call St. If you are interested 1/30 .
In renting this office and OAK FIREWOOD cut, split and ft BOATSSELL WRAPPERS Part time to wrap sheet

selecting carpet and having Input Into delivered. $75 per cord. Rick's Lawn schedule.metal parts.4734984.Must have flexible
1 renovating It, call 964-6305 John Seivlce. 4734512. 2' 1/23.30 Itchg 1/30
USED CAR) 4732931.
Miller TF US YOUR TWO ASSISTANT COOKS June, July

TWO BEDROOM furnished 3'pd 1/16.30 August. $100 per week. Send resumeto
apt 19BS BUICK Park Avenue, almost North Florida Christian Service
$200/month plus $75 security deposit. 24.000 miles. Excel condition Firm Camp. Rt. I Box 581, Keystone Heights,
Also 1 BR furnished $160
apt. per
month plus $75 security deposit Lights 12000. 473.3144.2tchg 1/23-30 FL 32656. Itpd 130MOBILE _____
19S1 DATSUN KING CAB 5 speed good
and hot water Included no pets. 2000 SQ. FT. BUILDINGOn
'ires. AM/FM cosseMee, silver/black HOMESNEW
WAREHOUSE 964-8071. 1/302tchg2/6 STORAGE availableFeb. Hwy. 301 South s'ripe, one owner good condition.
space $4500. 4752514. 1 Itpd 1/30
1. 964-8568. Itchg 1/30 FOR LEASE CONCEPT here here
15 PASSENGER PLYMOUTH Voyager Buy pay or
I. RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month Rcptlon Area window van. 1982. $7000. rent to own 752.8082.4tchg 1/9-30
4 J HtXCE.PTIONAL VALUE SOUTH OF STARKE well constructed and up. Call Susan,,F., Reddish Broker" 473-2438-home; 475-2145-work. Itchg ALL REPOS $5000 under cos'. Easy
Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF Walling Room financing. No down. 7528082.
with extra large CB storage building on on. lovely acre 1/30 money
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On
4'chg 1/9-30
and 8 Offices!
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. FOR RENT ALL 1965 MODELS must got! We
*PRICE REDUCED-OWNER MOTIVATED Immaculate country 964.7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg Can B. Conv.rt.d finance. No money down. 7528082.

acres, 3 BR. 2 bath brick veneer.OCR n"I. THREE BEDROOM: 1 bath block home. To R.ntalSpac. 3 BR 2 BA Den separate dining room 4>chg 1/9-30
225 SOUTH of CR 18 ranchette, 4'/. acres, barnes, $350/mo. Edwards Rd. ((100A). 964.8848 473.3627 double-wide mobile home in the coun 3 LOTS 2 BR 2 BA CH/AC partially furnished

home with all amenities. Owner anxious to sell. 9645606. 11/21 TF try. $300 a month. 473-2931. 3tpd wood roofover add ons, 50 ft.
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT All hook-ups an'.nna and dish solar wa'erheafer,
*GET AWAY FROM TALVrnvet 4 f. with 1200 sq. ft. 1/16.30
cr..k adds that exff louW. LJ available. Temple Motel 9647357. BEAUTIFUL 2 BR on lake. Great room underground sprinkler system pole
PARK RENTAL 28 ft. trailer. By the 12 X 24 .
HISTORICAL BEAUTYilovely modernized home convenient with beam ceiling deck wood stove, building. utility building carport
month. 1 or 2 adults only. No pets pa'lo. fruit trees, fenced $39,900
Double fireplace, 4 bedrooms. 3 baths, and room to entertain. Kom- two car garage, large shady lot. $375
Deposit required. Starke KOA VACUUM month. 1-694-3087. 1/16 tfnchg wi-h $10,000 down at 12% or considerless
ment. Only one available, REDUCED! 301 S. 9648484. 1/9TF expensive in trade
pground. Hwy 2 BR MOBILE HOME Melrose area $170 property on
STARTER HOME on 1.6 fenced acres betwen Keystone SUNSHINE MOTEL N. 301 9648876. One and Also all Gustafson Road. 473-7139. 3tpd
month one new
SALE deposit
COUNTRY CLUBi Brlck olMseautiful with all
e4tyiornfc $58.80 week; two people, 1/30-2/13
person per mobile home, furnished $220 a month
now I $63 per week. HBO cable FREE. No for fair respectable cou FREE Short on cash short on credit?
plus deposit
.COUNTRY AIR: 2.5 acres on limited entry road with 969 sq. ft. deposit. No deposit. 1/23 2tpd 1/30 NEW & USEDWe .. 1-684-6634 or 4752694. 1/16 Credit check by phone. 351.1131.4'chg

living area OWNER FINANCING and full protection of all house CABIN IN KEYSTONE AREA for couple or Finance Our Own tfnchg 1/30.2/20

full year single person. Lease r.qulr.d. KIRBYS WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR. furnished. OWNER WILL FINANCE New 14 wide,
PRESSURE makes this owner say SELL NOW. 1256 sq. ft. In _473-2157.. 1/23 4tnd 2/13 ROYALS Yearly rate available. $250 month. small down $115 month. Buy here, pay
area near Country Club 32000. CANNOT BE BEAT I EUREKAS 2497884. 4'pd 1/30.2/20 here. 3512126. 4'chg 1/30-2/20
BUTLER ROAjSTcSjatiOme.LARGE FOR SALE USED REPO HOMES Small down

CB HOUy pQil J6 &on Street. ELECTROLUX HOOVERS TWO BEDROOM 1'bath mobile home. credit check by phone 351.1131.4tchg

.MADISON ST. 2 BR, 1 bath house needs some repairs, nice NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Private road on 2 acres. $225/month. 1/30.2/20
FILTER QUEENS 4732566. 1/30 2tchg 2/6 FOR RENT 2 BR mobile home, privatelot
BRING YOUR SUITCASE: Immaculate 2 BR, 1 bath. on Crosby Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great SEARS on small lake. $180 month. 473-3542

mediate occupancy. for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH COMMERCIALWe 4732272. 1/30
SMALL 2 BR, 1 b63O ll4E> Church St. 135 W. Call St. 9646305. repair all makes or Itchg

LAURA ST.i walking distance to everything completely COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or

workshop and nice screen porch only 31000. sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon AI Young'sSince LAVERN H. OUTLAW
COUNTRY LIVING! only 2 miles from town with 2 acres and 3 home or office copier, $999; Canon office
Broker.
equipped kitchen sunken living room stove, fireplace, copier $1399. Rent to own for as 1957 :::
55000. little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP REALTOR' Bel. 964-8478

NICE 2 BR from. wltCf4lg( )cind sunroom Church St: 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964-5764. 2/21 964.6918 Associate

DOUBLEWIDE on 3 acres, must see Imm.dlat.ly.REDUCED tIn
ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 month. 3 Miles north ofStarke DAVID L. DODGE MSA KAY C.
2,000 close to Keystone with access to Bedford per WATERS
has Its very own swimming pool with many extras, priced In No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn on US 301 D..lgnat.d Appraiser R... 964-6941
SEE TO BELIEVE THIS b.autiful3BR 2 bath MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A. Iowa. 964-4522
*YOU HAVE TO cu. R... 964-5370 .
$14.99 par month. Call 9646946. tfn
fireplace family room patio pool equipped kitchen
LINDA WOODS OPAL DICKSON
COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke STARKE FL.
and much more on Iocr..
garage Truck Stop, south of Starke. 9648212. R.*. 533-2040 R... 964-7333
17 ACRESi fix uQg)&r rjG3Hwy. 233. 11/24 tfnFIREWOODi Janet M. South 301 Plaza
ACRE with mobile home, needs only 10000.
ONE repair
scrap oak and pin., no Open Man. thru Sat
.WALNUT STREET 16b<&> from. house. nails. 18 In. 12 In. $15 per load. Oak StarlingR.altor 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Appraisals.
.OVER AN oak and nice 3 BR, 2 bath CB 4x4x27" Vi cord. $35. Bradford. ARC for Residence. Farm Commercial Business

ly 44900. 9647699. 11/21 TF e Your Full Service Real Estate Office
.611 LAKE l:) FIREWOOD oak. split and delivered -2 BR 2Ba home In the country. t

$100 cord. 9647994. 1/9 4tpd 1/30 29900. M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage. Only 17500.
BUILDING LOTS AND ACREAGE FIREWOOD Oak. $65 truckload. $90 a JUST REDUCED from $24,000: 4.87 *4 ACRES HIGH < DRYi lots of trees, close to Sampson Lake, Great for mobile
HOME SITE In rural subdivision convenient to Ralford. and cord. Split and delivered.. 9646867. acres with well septic, and 35 ft. home $14,000.

dayl! 1/232tpd 130AMFMCASSETTE pool. $16,500.'HOUSE FIVE ACRES on 100 West, Only 12500.
EXCLUSIVE SPACEi 7.3 acres with well and septic, near RECORDER stereo : U MOVE Make offer AVAILABLE FEB. 1: For rent lease or sale 3/2 on 2 acres CH/A w/fireplace.
financing at great terms. with detachable speakers (jam box). .'.1 ACRESi with older home Near FSP and Lawtey Correctional.

*THE PLACE TO BEll acre, 5c 1i*2U tank priced.to sell Sears, exc. cond., originally cost $223 beautiful pecan trees, 48000. LAKEWOOD AREA Executive home in an exclusive area with access to Crosby

and great fishing I now $100. 782-366O.I.av. message. TF .,., ACRES! 12x60 MH 15000. Loke. Quality construction throughout 4 bedroom 2 bath with many many
*GREEN ACRES SI'ECIALI..tro large building lot |lust 7000. GYMPAC 2500 does exercises, never .15 ACRES Older home and DW amenities

*OAK SHADED ACRE private, yet close to'town, Hampton really used. 3 mos. old. $200 firm. mobile home, 47500. 10 ACRES. 20 ACRES and 25 ACRESi all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hayor
964-4924 keep trying. Itpd 1/30
9 ACRES NortHSJ uJg) .11.9 ACRES 1 Well 3 septic tanks,
WASHER ft DRYER Sears K.nmor..larg.capacity. grazing. Hwy. 325 S. of Hampton.
THAT SPECIAL BUILDING LOT I.waiting for for only 5250. pond pole barn. $33.500 '
*
you Both for $400. Phone 964.8399 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 301 North 58 acres, heavy In pine timber 100000.
ENJOY THE LUXURY of extra wide corner building e S ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES -
an
after 6 p.m. TF .COMMERCIAL: Highway frontage on South 301. 3 parcels to choose from.
neighborhood. 10500. AKC SHELTIES 8 weeks old. shot and 25000. Excellent Terms. .5 ACRE MINI-FARMz land In pasture, 3BR. 2Bo super kitchen 71900.
wormed. $125 each 4681834. Itpd .4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. .LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have it all. A beauty on 6 acres, pecan trees, barn
COMMERCIAL 1/30 .S Ac. Paved frntg. 12500. and workshop. See it, you will love It. 128500. Additional acreage available.
*940 SQ. FT. versatile unit next to Hallmark Card Shop. Already. LOWERY ORGAN asking $1000. 2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned BEST AREA: Brick 3BR. 2Ba carport chain link fenced backyard. 49500.

r.nt pay for It. -, 4681834. Itnc 1/30 commercial 65000. .CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby Lake, large DW mobile home, 3/2 new
OVER 600' FRONTAGE! B c )&.9]j orth. COW HAY fertilized no rain. $1.50 p.r .... .50 Aci50000. double-pane windows, owner financed. 34500.
*LAKE BUTLER large lot zon.d multi-family with large 4 BR bal. 964-5944 after 6 p.m. 1/30 2tchg ((904)) 712.3' MOTIVATED OWNERi Priced reduced $1.000 to 52900. Southgate area. 3/2

version to rental: apartment 35000. 2/6 P.O. Drawer M great room many amenities. Make offer

*HWY. 229 XC&AtWeEl COLBY PIT and English Bulldog puppies. 901 S. Lawtey GREAT VALUE 5 acres cleared with DW MH. 2BR 2Bo, front porch garage,
*BEST COMMERCIAL BUYi Just $15.000 for this parcel located Solid White. 964-6908 or 964-6250 owner financed. Priced for quick sale

much would you pay to have 20,000 cars see your business please keep trying. Itpd 1/30 REDUCED TO $42,000 3BR 2Ba home In city. Fenced bock yard. Corner lot.
.::I
EXCELLENT BUY 3/1W w/carport on loge fenced city lot. Has many extra
Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
Susan
964-4048 CYPRESS MULCH Don't let this on. get by..only 33500.
Sales Manager Evenings
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene *4 BEDROOM fenced yard. In town only 32900.
BRING ON THE HORSES CATTLE! 49 acres with house on highway. Priced right
Faulkner 964-5142
L.
& PINE BARKYou with excellent terms.
Susanne Kitchens 964-730 Bob Matthew ''''
BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 w/moblle home In Hampton. $7,200.
Hard.nbrook '''
lee '
Lau Young 9U-7525 .FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West V4 acre building lots, owner financed
* pick-up or We deliver .HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. I Flume Rd. Owner financed.IN .
.. APPRAISALS
LEI HARDENBROOK Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery ., CITY ON 2 ACRES! 3/2. eat-In kit., great room carport owner fin. 51500.
44527COMMERCIAL
*ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES 15 lots, corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. 1
*. CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING to 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins Lou-Ann NurseryLot, Oak laden with lake view.
RESIDENTIAL ..
.FOR RENTi Farm home, 3BR. 2 bolh.Welnvltelnqulrle. .
Rental Available On Our Other Properties

Carol Werner. REALTOR ASSOC. 964.6649 Thinking' of Buying or Selling Call ual!

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OUT OF AREA
WANTED FOR SALE Government Homes from Si (U repair).

LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO Also 1((805)687)delinquent.6000. Ext.tax GH-1136 property., for Infor-Call Has '85
Government lobs $16 040.J59.230/yr. Plants at Martin's Fruit Farm Apples and PERTY III I don't have it, I'll find it. Just motion 12/19 8tpd 2/6 1,199 Calls
Now hiring Call 1 1(805)687.6000.(( Ext pears$2.80 to$5; grapes$2 to$3; nectarines oik JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. log Homes. Over 40 rustic models to
R.1136 for current federal list 12/19 peaches and plums $2.25, 496.2126 or 4962903 eves" "YOUR choose 'from Send for free brochure
8ipd 2/6 blueberries $2: redbud dogwood UNION COUNTY REALTOR tfn Honest Abe Log Homes, Route one
Job. Oversea Big money fast. $20.000 golden rain and crepe myrtle $4. Closed ----- --'------ Box B4CF, Moss Tennessee 38575 1985 was a busy year for Bradford diac problems.
to $50.000 plus per year Call Sundays 4972621. Ft. White 12/31 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 1(000)231-3695.11.1/30( ) County Emergency Services. Not 101 patients suffered some type of
3178398900. ext 8008. 1/23 2tpd. Stchg 1/30 only did we answer more fire and traumatic accident and 81 patientswere
1/30 Giant Flashing arrow signs 59 percent, SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big' Bucks MOTORCYCLESTwo rescue calls than ever before, but we involved in vehicle accidents. '1
An Ohio Oil Co offers high Income. plus off 11 $289 complete Lighted non- Drive Big' Tiucks DOT Cei'ifica'lm. also accomplished a great deal of extracurricular Thirty-two obstretic patients were
cash bonuses, benefits to mature person arrow $269. Unlighted $219. Free letI.rsl Loral and No'nnnl, Jib Placeman, activities, said Super transported and twenty-two over
In Union County Area Regardlessof See locally. 1(800)4230163( ) Assis'ame C,,i I iesp,indence/Rosidont 3 wheelers Honda 200X and 200S. visor Cliff Chapman. dose victims were transported.
experience write P.O. Read. anytime Part-time distributors laming, Eligible' lii8'iuloM f." ledoial Less than 30 hrs. use Call 431.1699, Bradford County Rescue There were six patients
American Lubricants Co.. Box 425. wanted $2.000-$4.000 Investment It Aid, GSL! Call 1 ((800)251) 9042. UNITED I after 5 P.M. 1/302tchg. 2/6 answered 1,199 calls in 1985 A better transported due to alcohol related
Dayton Ohio 45401 Itchg 1/30 1/30 TRUCK MAMtR! : Rosidon milling than 20 percent increase over 1984 problems and 16 were transporteddue
Sewing Machine Operator needed experience Piano Wanted: Responsible party to Tampa I ll'iida I 1 30 ft an to emotional problems.
when 934 calls were responded to by
helpful but not small monthly payments on
nece..ory.Apply assume BCR. There were 861 transports, Bradford Rescue transported four
in person at lake Butler Ap spinet/console piano Con be seen shot wounds and
patients with
in and gun
1985
porel Itchg 1/30 locally. Write: (include phone number) transporting 842 patients
One
wounds. transportwas
five with stab
Semi driver training Earn big bucks Credit Manager P.O. Box 520, 388 runs were no transport. Some of
CLASSIFIED ADS and three attempted
victim /ere
Drive big trucks DOT certification Beckemeyer II. 62219. 1/16 3tchg the no transports included; 15 pa. a rape
Local and National Job Placement 1/30 tients transported by Stat Flight, suicide patients. Two patients
Assistance Correspondence/resident Dining Table, with leaf and six chairs GET RESULTS. seven patients transported by were drowning victims.
training. Eligible Institution for Federal Walnut finish. Lighted wall unit.3 sections ShanclsCair, four by Life Flight and The Unit stood by at 11 structure
Aid GSl. Call Call one by Trauma One. fires and had three special detail
1(800)251.9042.( ) United Must see to opc'uciate
Truck Master Resident Training Tom 496.3206. after 6 P.M. It 1/30 Judy Miscally works with the Classified Ads at The Forty-nine runs were cancelledand luns.
pa Florida. It 130CARSTRUCKS Export order cancelled. 23 buildings re Telegraph each week... 32 runs were false alarms. 39 The back-up unit transported 84 of
main from overseas order. 1/310 1/2 people were dead when the unit ar the above patients.In .
off ie: 30x48 was $6.400. now 3200. She really found out this week HOW FAST rived. addition the Quick Response-ID

Other sites available. Call THE WANT ADS WORK when she advertiseda "We assisted Rescue 74 (Mid- Unit responded on 84 fire calls:

1977 Ford 2dr. LTD Landau Loaded one 1(800)527( ) .4323. It 1'30 old cabinet and dleburg) with two runs, Rescue 75 Including 18 structure 39 brush,
stereo used china
Six estimated weight 25 an Gym- three one
owner $1600 Call 496.2173. after 6 Pigs (Keystone) with one run. Rescue 50 five vechicle, dumpster,
P.M. Itchg 1 30 pounds/$15 each. One pig estimated pac Exercise Equipment all for sale. (Union Co) with one run, Jackson- electrical five smoke investigations -

1984 Pont Firebird Automatic Transmission weight 90 pounds'$35. One pig She sold it all BY SATURDAY NOON ville Rescue with one run and Brad- two lighting strikes, one hay
One
Power brakes and steering, Air estimated weight 110 pounds$40 ford Hospital with four cardiac ar- fire, one gas leak, assisted Starke
cruise tilt V8, 18,000 miles. Call sow estimated. weight 200 pounds/$75. To get the same results.. rests," said Chapman.Of Fire Dept on one call and assisted
431.1699. after 5 P.M. 1 30 2tchq 2/6 Call 4963332 1 Itpd 1/30 the 811 patients transported the Rescue on five calls. QR-10 assisted

INSURANCEMAINES Two 496-3737.refrigerators 1/30 tfn $75 each Call Call 964-6305 TODAY! majority 295, were patients who had Union Co on one call, had two false
some type of illness. 128 had alarms and was cancelled two times
Gas Range Complete with cylinders. LP
and respiratory problems, 11B hart rar- while enroute.
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 Slake Gas. regualtors copper tubing
Avenue Lake Butler 496.3978. Call 496.3737 1 1/30 tin

Complete Insurance Service. tfn '" ----
LAND FOR SALE BUBY'S ELECTRIC KOMPANY r. rE ti rI

PERSONAL SERVICESReduce

Lake Hampton Oaks, lot 25. Located on Residential Commercial Industrial rsaatsct aextl ItRrxl
US301 ten minutes south of Starke 20 /
safe and fast with CoBeie minutes, from Gainesville. 1.01
acre In Electrical Service Calls Only
Tablets and E-Vap water pills. Andrews nice neighborhood $5,000. Call .5,'
Drugs. 225 West Main Lake 496 0067 No collect calls. 1/9 4tpd. ( 10 Years Experience U /'
Butler. 1/23 2tpd 1/30 1/30 ( I e
Housecleaning service Call 496.3564. \ _
Itchg 1 30 BILL RUBY Electrician 41, y /
Septic Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks. FOR RENT
New septic tanks, drain lines lift stations 964-8993
and Alter 7 &
tanks.
pump out
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
A Coll After ..
M. 2752268. 7PM Call RENT: Union CountyTlmes 150
275.2197. tfnchg 1 23 Main Street Lake Butler Phone
Tractor Work Plowing mowing and 496.2261 for information tfn t
disking Experienced and reasonable. One, two and three bedroom mobile ,
Bill Arnold Call 496.3135,, 1 30 6tpd homes. All electric central heat and ,
301 South ttandlHousesmiYUfforuat
Hwy
3.6 air, cable TV Basketball and e ,
000000000404404440440' playground Pines Call 496.2366.

QUALITY CLEANING SR121 Lake Butler 1/9 tfn/chg No Down Payment
Six room house, with swimming pool.
SERVICE Near Lake Butler reasonble rates nice
location Call 496.3018. 1/9 tfn/chg Many Sizes and Styles Extracurricular;

J CARPETS: Home or Office 0 Three and Four bedroom mobile homes. Bradford County Emergency Ser ford County should rest a little

? Seven miles from prison on SRI00. Call 964-8848 F' vices also established a Medical Explorer easier, said Chapman.All .
Call: 473-3857 ? 496.2842. l'30 tin Post (with 22 members of the fulltime paramedicsthat
Mobile Homes l.two bedroom 1.one ). The Explorers all get certified ( wern't already certified)
****+**+*+***+****** ? Evenings #,, u strong
bedroom Water and sewer furnished. in CPR and Standard First became state certified firefighters.

Call 496.2020. After 5 P.M Itchg 1/30 964-4073 : Aid, several are certified in First This was accomplished at no cost to
475.2885 473.4384 Rental Space for Mobil. Home All 473.3627 Responder, some even completedthe the county and done on their own
GVille Area 473.3146 hookups. close to school and EMT course time. An achievement Chapmansaid
Keystone Area everything city utilities, Call 496.3737.
In addition the Explorers are he is very proud of.
CUSTOM-MADE 1 30 tfn taught several Red Cross courses Several EMT refresher and ad-
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u. disaster
(shelter management, vanced cardiac life support classes
CABINET DOORS -. ---------
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& Other Custom Steve Broadway preparedness and damage assessment were also taught for Bradford and
Woodworking Mobile Home Roofovers Call Collect survey). After they are certified surrounding counties. Students from
SELECT WOODS, INC. TREE SERVICEIs the Explorers are allowed to. -Clay,. Baker Union and Alachua

Hwy. 100 Keystone Hgts. Now Protects and Insulates 10 / -0F .-ride in the Rescue Unit and par.tclpAta1H -..>.-Counties.-attended .'"
tne'treamaalyd'pa1Te fttytlf6'"Btxdfotd 1Jtltoh' VoTicir?
BROADWAY & WALTERS Dan Cuddington is the advisior for taught two emergency vehicle

SISTER RAYLENE Removal the group and has done an outstan- operations courses with participation
m
Reader and advisor on all E1TI1lJ: m FinancingAvailable ding job according to Chapman. from all the above counties also.

problems of life. Having difficulties Trimming uI:1l:: : tI.IJIl1: The annual disaster drill was held
Stump Removal In 1985 BCES was also instrumental In September in conjunction wit h the
) or problems? One in having a EMT course offered American Red Cross from Jacksonville -
will convince you I Firewood at the Santa Fe Community College The annual drill helps us

LVislt 782.3125 Free Estimate Starke Center. It was so successful prepare for someting we hope never
another is being offered in Feb this happens, but is sort of a necessaryevil
473.7097 473.7679 Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL year. said Chapman.

After 5 P.M. Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA Rescue personnel really got Involved "I would like to take this oppor-
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Shop Compare in community service in 1985. tunity to thank: Dr. Pete Gianas, our
Special Insurance for Keystone Heights Insulated or Storm 215 E. Call Street Several CPR'and First ;Aid classes Medical Director for making our

Mobile Home Parks Licensed & Insured Windows Starke, Fla. 964.6766 were offered to the public Several system a more knowledgeable, effi-
All types of homeowners Girl Scouts, Brownie and Boy Scout cient, competent Emergency
policies for -- troops were given tours of the Medical Service; Sheriff Dolph Red-

mobile homes Emergency Services Building, the dish and his fine group of dispat-
Call for Quote Need Rescue Units and fire truck chers for all their help, without them
A highly 'successful': First we would never get where we're going

Olin's Mobile Custom a ,. Responder course was taught at ; the City of Starke, especiallythe
? Theressa Volunteer Fire .Depart Fire Department for all their
Home Sales Draperies ment for the members 'and their help and cooperation in making

Call Loma Stephens CARPENTER wives. Participation was great and Bradford County a better place to

Elaine M. Olin, Agent 196-0071 the people on the east end ofBrad-: live," said Chapman.

964.5606 n' RODNEY L. CARMICHAEL

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Carpentry & PlumbingFree

SELECT WOODS, INC. Estimates 904-468-2860
Obituaries
Choice Hardwoods e e Custom Cut I

Hwy. 100 W. Keystone Heights

.
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EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE John S. Telfair Steve Varnum of Hampton; brother,
Pcs of Pecky or Reg. 18"-24' 8.10 ft. long Albert Thomas of Hampton; sister,
Mr. John Spier Telfair, Jr, 69, of
CEDAR SLABS of Fairbanks Fla.
CYPRESS SLABS Dolly Manning ;
died
Keystone Heights Wednesday,
and three grandchildren.
24' up to O. 10 II It. MakesAGreotTopper Jan. 22 at his residence following an Funeral held
For Kitchen Cabinets services were
Great ,for Table Tops extended illness. Wednesday, Jan. 29 in DeWitt C
Counter Born in Jacksonville on: April 27,
Tops Jones Chapel in Starke with Rev.
1916, Mr. Telfair moved to Keystonefive Norman C. Suisse officiating Burial
GVille Avea 475.2885 Keystone Area 473-4384 0473.3146 years ago from Coral Gables.
followed( in Santa Fe Cemetery
JANE S. USHERYour He was a member of St. Anne's under the direction of Jones Funeral

Union County Realtor Episcopal Church, Keystone Rotary Home of Starke.
496.2126 or 496.2903 Club, Rotary International, U.S. Army
STOREWIDE Veteran, retired Civil Engineer Card of ThanksWe
360 W. Main ., Lake Butler
S ALE attended West Point Academy, and
worked for the U.S. Corps of would like to thank everyonefor
CLEARANCE Real Estate..The Largest and Best Engineers during the War. the food flowers, cards, prayers,
calls and visits made to us
Make Survivors include his wife, LesleyL. phone
Investment You Will Ever
SAVE
rvT during the loss of our daddy.
of Keystone; one son, L. Peter
$150 thanks to Rev and Mrs.
Special
Beach Fla.
Johnson of Atlantic ;
UP TO WORTHINGTON SPRINGS three daughters, Judy Johnson of Roman Alvarez, Joyce and Raymond
and
Atlantic Beach. Janice Johnson Moody all the fine peopleat

VERMONTCASTINGS BEAUTIFUL HOME and income producing property. Manuola and Ann Telfair, both of Pine Level Baptist Church. Also

.SMALL TRACTS OF ACREAGE: 3.10 acres. Owner financed Jacksonville; one sister Mary thank you to Steve Futch, Tommy
Murrow and Ida Sue Schmitt at
: Mahaffy of Jacksonville; and six
c : LAKE BUTLER AREA grandchildren. Jones Funeral; Home for all their

.3 BEDROOM, I'/i Bath concrete block home, CH/A, double- j Funeral services were held Fri- kindness.

; PLUS oven, stove, fenced" back yard. Ideal location, walking j day, Jan 24 at St. Anne's Episcopal Family May God Carl Bless Wilson You
Church of Keystone with Father Jim
distance to town.
FREE PIPE
followedin
Edwards officiating Burial
t LARGE TRACTS OF ACREAGE for sale in Union County. Ap. Evergreen Cemetery in Jackson Davis Pride

to 8' Ceiling proximately 100 acres to 350 acres.RAIFORDAREA. ville under the direction of Jones Mr Davis Pride, 65, of Lake
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights.In Butler,died Friday at his home afteran
With Stove Purchase
lieu of flowers, contributionsmay apparent heart attack.
'I'TH' .3 BEDROOM HOME on one acre needs small amount of be made to Hospice of the Born in Kentucky, Mr. Pride lived

DEFIANT Heats 2000 sq. ft. repair. Price IS negotiable. Lakes, P.O. Box 418, Keystone Hts. most of his life in Evansville, Ind. He
TOLL Fla.; or the Chris Campbell Fund, moved from Terra Haute Ind. to
FOR RENT c/o Fla Federal Savings, 395 W. Lake Butler thirteen years ago. He
Sale On FREE .3 BEDROOM, 1'bath home In Lake Butler. $350/month. Madison St., Starke, Fla. 32091 was a retired bus driver and also
AIRTIGHT retired with the University Security
Jotul Kent Elmira 1.800.fo(1 .3 BEDROOM HOME in Roiford. $275/month.
Gainesville' two
BOX STOVES Mary Jane Jones Guards at years

\ Dutchwest a Waterford I524-2675F FOR APPOINTMENT TO SEE THESE AND OTHER LOCATIONS... Mrs. Mary Jane Jones, 60, of ago.Survivors He was include a Baptist.his wife, Marietta -
$ 1 4 9 in
Firedrum Hampton died Sunday, Jan. 26
Douglas Pride of Lake Butler;
CALL. .....
Bradford Hospital following an extended -
brother, Borner Pride of Parris, 111.;
EW D-TRADE INS'HE Realtor illness. Ima Sieb of Eustis.
JANE S. USHER Born April 21, 1925 In Graham sister Graveside funeral services were
WOOD STOVEAND Mrs Jones member of Hampton -
was a
in Park Lawn
held Monday
496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves. Christian Church and was a cot
Evansville Ind_Archer
In ,
CENTER Cemetery
FIREPLACE for Sunland Train-
tage supervisor
"Your Union County REALTOR" Funeral Home of Lake Butler was In
Center in Gainesville.
2301 N.W. 6th St., Gainesville/Ph. 377-9585 ing Survivors include one son, Ralph charge of arrangements.L .








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News Briefs


State Attorney's Jarotha Morris arrested Oct. 3 for on 15 years probation with DOC, Eddie Speed arrested July 3 for Steven Craig McMahan of Starke- Traffic
December ReportThe issuing worthless check; guilty standard conditions, must seek sex- burglary of conveyance; pled no Lawtey was arrested Jan. 26 on a Raymond Smith, 45, of Lawteywas
In December, placed on tree years ual mental health counseling. contest, placed on three year proba- capias charging obtaining propertyin arrested Jan. 24 for
following defendants received probation and ordered to make Loyal Eddie Aldridge arrested tion, make restitution. return for a worthless check, according while license driving
final disposition during the month of restitution. March 16 for battery of law enforce- to Investigator David suspended, according
to Lt. William Tillotson. Bond
December. Their names were left Howell Monroe Williams arrested ment officer (four counts), resisting Aderholt. He was released after a was
set at he released
out of $210 was his
last on
weeks Telegraph. arrest with violence (four counts) Recent ArrestsIn
Nov. 21 for burglary and grand ; $252 surety bond was posted.
Steve own recognizance.
Woods charged with issuing theft cases consolidated with other pled no contest to resisting arrest Bradford
worthless check to Hodges Paint & pending cases. without violence, sentenced to one County
Otis William Waldron of
William; made. Bobby Lee Cohens, Jr. arrested year Bradford County Jail. Johnny Carry Dykes, 40, of Charles Atlas Crawford, 47, was arrested Jan. 25 for Hamptonwas driving
Clarence Loper arrested July 17 for sexual battery; pled guilty Gwendolyn Hankerson arrested Gainesville was arrested Jan. 26 for
arrested under
Jan. 23 while
April 2 for grand theft; case dismiss .lewd & lascivious assault placedLouAnn's June 28,1984 for welfare fraud sign retail theft, according to Patrolman on a disorderly influence driving
failure for license and
ing to ,
ed ar>d refilrH appear suspended no tag accor-
ed pretrial intervention (PTI) con- Hinds.
Dykes was arrested atRawson's
conduct, according to Investigator ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bond
tract Oct 1984 July 23, 1985 failed Food
; Store. Bond was set
Aderholt Crawford pled guilty and was set at$800, Waldron was released
PTI; Nov. 12 pled guilty to welfare at $210.
was placed on six months probation. on his own recognizance.
fraud placed five
Azalea & Blueberry Farm ; on probation
years restitution ordered.
Located off 100 South towards Keystone*, take right on Timothy Mark Adkins arrested

24th Street, follow signs or Aug.20 for aggravated battery; pledno
contest to battery, placed on one Graham
Call 964-7109 & We wll assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30 year probation, ordered to make Announces CandidacyGovernor I

Fall Is For Planting... Winter Is, Too! restitution.The, .
Bob Graham announcedon Graham said that vital decisions has placed special emphasis in the
Our Winter Stock Inventory Includes'... Tuesday,Jan. 28, that he is a can- affecting every Floridian will be following areasImproving :
Autos, Dogwood,virioui holly trail and ihtubi Junipers and mm*. dite for United States Senate."I made in the U.S. Senate. Therefore, education. Under the
Available NOW... Pita Hock end standard Ami Apples and Bluoborrtn.have am a candidate for the United Graham said, Florida must send its Graham adminstration, academic
States Senate," Graham declared in best to .
them' II,ready tor'IC yIelds' and grapes Qriort.Don't forgot tire' flgil' Washington.A standards have been raised,
plant IH.In the oceans an announcement address at the Florida native, Graham said he students'test scores have Improved,
Our Gift Shop Is Now Open Florida Senate Chamber. "I believe is
makes about 85 percentof well-prepared to work for Floridain and teacher pay Is up.
Fill estimates on landscaping A maintenance esl Ben Wghtowir 964-7109 the up the Florida needs someone with vision Washington."We Fighting crime.Working with the
And, Remember.... "All Nature Sings of Jesus" planet. greenery on and energy in Washington." have learned a great deal in legislature Graham bolstered the
After his announcement speech, Florida" Graham said. "We have criminal-justice system. Drug
Graham launched a three-day tour already confronted many of smugglers face mandatory
of the state. He was accompanied by America's future problems,and now sentences in Florida.
his wife Adele. it is Florida's turn to teach Caring for the ederly. Graham's
;; Graham is in the final year of his Washington the lessons we have "Community Care for the Elderly"
E4 iKpp| il iM 1 ta second term as governor, and by learned. program has enabled many Floridians -
hMtijM | Saje* law, cannot run for a third term as Graham said he was proud of his to avoid institutional care and
governor accomplishments as governor. He remain in their communities.

I ql I Ihfc !ol 1 m ffllpi iMtt I ffif I picfeM Graham Protecting has been the a leader enviroment.in the effort -

to maintain Florida's air and
e I 1" 1 I I I II water quality.
Building the economy. Grahamhas

1 : economy worked and to attract diversify new Florida's jobs.
: Florida's business climate has been
I TlRElAlEI I ranked Number One in the country.
ivt MER
mm mmm Graham pointed out that he has
submitted a balanced budget every
: year as governor. He said
Multi-Mile Glass Belted
Polyester y Washington could learn lessons from
Florida about fiscal responsibility.
Road Hazard Warranty Throughout his two terms as
1986 OLDS CALAIS 2 and 4 Doors / Graham's job-approval

165-800-13 . 25.00 P165-80R-13 33.00 governor rating has been consistently high.

P185-80D-13 . 27.00 P185-75R-14 . 38.00 Polls show that Graham is Florida's

P195.80B-14 . 30.00 P195-75R-14 . 38.00 most-respected political leader.
10/0 Graham born November 9,
was
Over Dealers Cost P205-75B-14 . 32.00 P205-75R-14 . 40.00 1936, in Coral Gables, Florida. He
Conditon Stereo :.oo P225-75B-14 . educated the of
36.00 P22575R.15 . 45.00 was at University
I P215-75B-15 . 35.00 P235-75R-15 . 47.00 Florida (1959). and Harvard Law
I School (1962)
EXAMPLE: P225-75B-14 . 36.00 4.00 Balance Each Graham was elected to the Florida

\ /LX Stock No. 1061 P235-75B-15 . 37.00 White Spoke Wheels 26" s House in 1966 and won a seat in the
.... Florida Senate in
.. .' 1970. Eight years
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Retail Price . 11184.00 I FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL 544.95 later, Floridians elected Graham
9937.00 Includes Sot enter, timber a too in to (FRONT nr REAR) ., governor. He and Lt. Gov. Wayne
: Dealers Cost . ""
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i manufacturers ipee. Inspect suspension Replace p u ui shoes; resurface drums Mixson were re-elected by a land.
; 1% Mark Up . . 99.37 ...-.of,I, I steering system. For most American or rotors; pack bearings bleed A adlusllcare. ] ; slide margin in 1982.
Front wheel drive vehicles and road-test most American cars a lrucki. The Graham family has a tradi-
15 In Stock Your 1, Cnevottos oxtn.Ports ixtri.M0.95 Metallic parts extra when required. [ tion of leadership. Bob Graham's
0 03637 4 HEAVY DUTY SHOCK father Ernest Graham, founded a
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Automatic Transmission Price is i successful dairy and cattle business
Most Cars a
$CQ.QC and later served in the Florida
Tilt Wheel Power Steering Plus Tax & Uc.Cavalier REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 10.95 Lt. Trucks jr Senate.

CORBETTS TIRES & SERVICE

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Blue with Orange in town;;air cond.. auto. A/C, automatic with Gro Tone (NURSERY tWeed

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Students from Adele 1\lildlC'II's class III I 1 linulloiil Demonstrating how to take a blood |plessniI' is :MarMuldlr : These seventh and eighth. graders received a mask Verkeik explained the detailed procedures of
i School recently had the ol|>|>orliinil> to (earn tlHI| Kpps, K.N. and Dirt-dor ol I'alieiil fair at Itrud- and Cltl ,hkt" those worn in surgery each day from Don preparing for surgery and the sterilization process .,
i inoiT about health care professions during Orientation |ford l Hospital, Inc. na Verkerk a registered nurse at Bradford Hospital. before entering the operating room. .I
t j to Health and Public Service. Occupations Week.
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1 Bradford MUM Shopping Ctnttr 9
Students investigate health careers FLA.TWIN THEATRE '!

r Starke 964-5451 ,;
By Mark Friedlin and the opportunities that are Hankerson. "Now when we go into
BCT Staff Writer available within the professions." the hospital we wil know what posi- Open Every Night clearthehangersAll
Choosing a career can be a trying For the students it was an oppor- tion a registered nurse or a physical :
time for high school students timeof tunity to ask questions and learn therapist has. I used to think there ,1---------.
choices which sometime over more about health care. was only one kind of doctor and that I 1I SPECIAL I '
whelm with the sheer variety of "The week was an educational, he took care of everything Now I I Sat.& Sun. 5:00: Showing I SA LE w j'JL
decisions to make. learning experience for all of us," know better and I have really learn- .Tuesday..7:30 SllowinB-I I j "
Students from Adele Mitchell's commented eighth grader Yong Sue ed a lot more 1of
seventh and eight grade Health STARTS FRIDAY t
classes at Bradford Middle School L
got the chance recently to learn
more about health careers and their
local hospital thanks to activities 301 LIQUORS the
sponsored by Bradford Hospital Inc. t
personel for Health and Public Ser
vice Occupation Week. LOUNGE & PACKAGE :'.
Employees from the local hospital STORE a elhl hanle'irm.... ..n elw u ..,
visited the classroom at BMS 1 Mile North of Starke Fla. on U.S 301, I
throughout the week, giving the
students information about their OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK SCREEN JUST Fall & WinterMerchandise

jobs and demonstrating equipmentand Mon.-Wed. 9 ITS NOT at
techniques used in their profes- to 12 Thurs.-Sat 9 to 2

sion.The special week was just a con- Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1 to 11 A GAME/ \ ANYMORE Give-Away Prices! I

tinuation of a program which Mit- !I M fey! i f Clue Additional Unbelievable
chell has provided for the past three IPGI
I
ears in which students have been STARTING Markdowns
introduced to the medical field dur- 301 DRIVEINStarke i
ing the week-long orientation.In the JANUARY 22 Be sure to stop & shop our large
fall the Bradford Hospital WORLD TRAVELER f a 964-7484 I selection of gifts al reduced prices.
employees go to the school and in the M -
CLOSED ;; ;,
a Worth Coming to Bradford Square"FOR f.
spring students get to take a tour of
the hospital. REPAIRS
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"This has been a very successful JOHNNY
program. Aside from being educa-
tional, the experience leaves the JACKSONand
students witha good taste in their 1 s'
, mouth for the hospital, and that is His
very important because they are the A STARKEBRANCH
one that will make the difference in Singing Guitar
the future," Mitchell said.
Necia Carter, R.N. and Inservice
Coordinator at Bradford Hospital, LIVE MUSIC .
gave the students a general over-
view of the various departments at & DANCING OF JACKSONVILLE
the hospital through a slide presentation -
Students also heard from the Wed.Sun.STARKE .
following departments: nursing
physical therapy, respiratory
therapy, laboratory, data process
ing, patient accounts, operatingroom 1
x-ray and the popular Brad- lappy; '
ford Hospital Center for Health and HOUSING CENTERFINANCE
Fitness Hours'iIf 1
"I think this is an excellent way-
tointroduce students to health Wednesday
careers," Carter commented. "The I COMPANY'S REPO OUTLET
students are provided with a learn- I
ing experience and the hospital
employees feel a sense of satisfac-
tion in being able to answer questions TOTALLY RECONDITIONED
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