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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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continued warm weather is expected this weekend, although this StrulghtA'A
are may get some rainfall. *
Highs should remain in the upper 70s, lows near 60 degrees. SECTION Bi 14 Pag. "
There is a 30 to 50 percent chance of rain today (Thursday, Feb. Sport.. . . . . .1. 3-4B
6)), and continuing into the weekend. No cold front was being I/U Economist . . . . 2B I ITJ
predicted Wednesday.The Dane Allv.l . . . . .51
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rain has fallen since Jan. 1. The :30-year average rainfall for Obltuarl.i . . . .111 ru NG zw Side of Heaven
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Eunice Loop Road (NW 105 Ave.), gested adding West Market Road, 7 s 4i+1 'I .'
a 2.6 mile loop off US-301 north of which goes in and out of the City of iF F4rT '
Lawtey, is the next road to be pavedin Starke between US-301 and SR-100 '"I
the county. west. .' ,
Paving has been completed on the The four roads currently on the '" ; :
., 2.6 mile Laura Church Road (NE priority list and still unpaved are: [. I" i iI
'. 20th Ave.) and Ellington Road (NE ., .
10th St.), both off SR-16 east of Eunice Loop Road (NW 105 Ave). I' ,
Starke. The 1.2 miles of Laura It will probably cost approximately !.'. .I. I
Church Road cost $183,660. Ellington $300,000 to pave the road. The com- ...,
Road, some 1.3 miles, cost $229,832. mission has ordered work to beginon
Commissioners all agree the next securing right-of-way. By the
paving project to be done is Eunice time the right-of-way is secured the
Loop Road, which becomes muddy county may have the money 11
and impassable after every good necessary to begin paving prepara- V i' V V ;
rain. It is the road that causes the tion work, says Clerk Gib Brown. :V
'""*" county the most problem. Eunice The county's 4-cent per gallon race
Road has been surveyed. Next step track tax money currently brings in ( -
,', is securing right-of-way. As with between $20,000 and $22,000 per )

other paving projects, residents will month, part of which goes to actually .y ? :
,; be asked to donate the necessary pave roads and part of which is used T'l
right-of-way in return for the paved in operating the Road Depart-
road. In that way, more funds will be ment.
available to do the actual road work.
Extension of Bessent Road (NE
Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., 2nd Ave.) from where the pavementends
in charge of the Road Department, at the city limits eastward to
resisted adding additional roads to Flume Road a distance of 1/2 mile. rlP1
the priority list in the Monday, Feb. Probably the small Bessent Road
3 meeting, saying it will just get the project will be added to another road I
hopes of people up and it will be paving project.

years before anything more than the .--,,- -. ',' ..- .
four roads on the list will be paved. Forsythe Road (SE 11th St.), a 3.5
Commissioner Wilbur Waters suggested mile road which slants off SR-100 Jerry Ely Likes Antique Cars. .
placing Sampson Trestle I
just south of Starke and deadends on
'.*;'' Road (SW 11th Street) which runs Meng Dairy Road. This 1915 Model T Ford truck was used as a hack around railroad stations Brauford where' Ely bought It, to Its original Ford black color. The truck ,
. several miles from SR-100 west back In its day. little with the '
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runs good, except Jerry having a problem magneto.
S south to the railroad trestle on the Lakeview Drive, between SE Local oldsters will remember well the balky Model T'l. 'j
.oyj east side of Sampson Lake between 82nd Ave and SE 77th St., a one-mile The truck, painted bright rad with brightly varished woodwork including The body of the truck was No. 65162 at the Severson Cab Co. of I
m-. Rowell and Sampson Lakes. Sampson loop off SR-21 in Seminole Ridge the body and wooden spoke wheels, is the latest addition in Jerry DesPlane. III. I
*iI" son Trestle Road causes the county a near Melrose. Ely's ongoing love affair with antique cars. Some lucky kids at the Chris The truck, worth $500 new, now Is valued at around 15000. ;Ii
? great deal of maintenance problem Campbell fund raking drive al-tfAy&ord: Square last Saturday received a Ely also owns a 1971 Ford Runabout which he has entered In a national
.".'<* when water overruns it in wet The commission is trying to com- ride in the 70 year old automobile;Jerry and son. Beau, pose above with competition set In Ft. Lauderdale; a 1929 Model A with a rumble seat, anda
$- weather.i the antique truck In front of the old 1902 courthouse.
county 1929 Model A pickup truck he is restoring. Ely has won regional com-
I i Commissioner E.W. Hodges sug- (See Eunice Road..p.2A) Jerry plans to restore the truck;owned for the past 25 years by a man I In! petition with his restored antique cars.

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: Push Is On to Buy. 911 Emergency: Dialing: System for County. I I

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A proposal to make 911 the convert to 911 in 1987, said Emergency ing the change. cents per month to pay for the In- .""'''. cost of the 911 system through the
'-,- county's emergency number has Services Director Cliff Chapman, Commissioner Wilbur Waters stallation, pointed out Jim Conoly, Norton said the 911 equipment he phone company.
': been taken under advisement by who is pushing for the change. pointed out, however, that someone manager of govermental affairs for is proposing is not for an enhanced While the telephone company likes
" :, Bradford County Commissioners in The comparative low cost of the might know the 964-6161 number the new local phone Cen- 911 number, with which a computer the 911 number, and thinks it is good I
' its regular meeting Monday, Feb. 3. equipment required means the very well, but might panic in an tral Telephone Company of Florida locates a residence at which an business, the phone company would
., Installation ol the 911 key changeover to the more universal emergency and not be able to (Centel)), which purchased the emergency is occurring. Currently like for the county to find another '
telephone dispatch system equip- 911 emergency number may mean remember it. It would be much Starke, Lawtey, and Kingsley Lake only large cities have the enhance souce of funding to keep the phone I
ment will cost $25,698 under a proposal the commission will go for it. When easier to remember the more exchanges along with other proper- 911 capability.Conoly bill as low as possible. With all cur- '
;; ....' from Norton Telecommunications formerly priced by the board, the universal 911 number, Commis- ties of Continental Telephone effec- the telephone system rent taxes applied to phone company
. .V. of Starke. Maxie Norton said cost of the equipment was several sioner Waters said. tive Jan. 1. employee present, urged the commission bills Centel is concerned it might
r the proposal would make the 911 hundred thousand dollars, so the Emergency Services Director A new law is being proposed to to meet with phone company become too expensive to have a
number available to all 5,226 phones plan was then discarded.The Chapman says adding 50 cents per allow counties to place a recurring officials before going to the 911 phone and some customers might
r of the local phone company. emergency number for the month to the 5,226 local phones over charge on telephone bills. number. Conoly said he also wantedto have to give up their phones. In suchan
Brooker, Hampton, some resident county is currently 964-6161, the 18 months would raise over $46,000, Commissioner Lawrence Mosley meet with Maxie Norton. event, the Dills of the remaining
; on Santa Fe Lake already have the number for the county lail. Most which is the way Chapman proposesto suggested the board should going to The law requires everyone in a customers would also go up even
E 911 number through Alachua Coun- everybody in the county knows the pay for the changeover. That is central dispatch service, which county to be offered 911 service, but higher."We're.
ty. Duval County also already has number. The county gets along with the limit a new Florida law allows would save money over the current when exchanges cross county lines it not against 911. What we +
11:;;'. the 911 emergency number, commissioners 964-6161 very well, commissionerspoint now. separate operations of the City of becomes difficult. The law also are against is increasing the size of
said. Clay County plans to out, another reason for delay- It might not take the entire 50 Starke and county dispatching authorizes the county to collect the your phone bills," said Conoly.
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I' Local Ordinance Proposed..-. to Control Wood Cutting- OperationsAn I


ordinance setting standardsand St.Johns Counties, all ot wmcn nave "...never looking back," said Com- In other Feb. 3 action, the commis- removal of junk metal from the Noted the county received a
requiring a clean-up operation such ordinances already in effect. missioner Waters, who noted there sion: county landfill. Commissioners $13,168 library grant from the stateto
after cutting timber in the Bradford Installing culverts in ditches, are several ditches left stopped up stressed the successful bidder would operate the bookmobile.
County was instructed drawn up by cleaning out the ditches when finish- by timbermen and he mentioned Said that Property Appraiser have to have an occupational license
the County Commission at its Mon- ed harvesting timber are the two re- several places such as on Brownlee Esther Hall will deputize zoning office and would have to have a place to
day, Feb. 3, meeting. quirements that Commissioner Road, on SR-100 south of Starke, and employee Wayne Mundorf so he store the junk metal without makingan Was told by Zoning Director L.M.
Carter suggested the new ordinance Dedan Church Road near Brooker. can inspect mobile homes for tags. unsightly mess. Gaines the county lacks evidence to
Citing ditches stopped up by pilesof should include. According to the law, mobile home prosecute a SR-21B resident which
logs after the timber harvest is "Most of the timber people are "I'm a (timber) producer and I owners must either purchase tags or residents say operates a commer-
finished which causes drainage problems friends of mine, but they just don't think it's a good idea," said Commis- pay property taxes. It has been cial garage. The board received a
Commissioner Maxie Carter put plut enough emphasis on cleaning sioner Waters of the proposal for the several years since former Property Approved a zoning classification petition signed by residents who say
Jr. suggested the ordinance. Com- up when they finish a timber cut new law.Waters. Appraiser J.R. Kelly last surveyed change from BP (business and professional the mechanic is doing work for the
missioner Wilbur Waters backed ting job," said Commissioner pointed out the county at- mobile homes to see if they had tagsor ) to CI (commercial and industrial public and making too much noise at
him up, and the commission in- Carter. timer at one time to get the if the owners paid property taxes. )) at the request of Harry night. Gaines it would take a receiptfor
structed attorney Reggie Flynn to Timber cutters tear up the producers to clean up Cooney for a feed, seed, and fertilizer work done by the mechanic to
get copies from Alachua,Duval, and shoulders of a road and the. ditch, themselves, but it didn't work. Agreed to receive bids on store on SR-100 south. stand up in court.

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I Silence Greets Recommendation to Withdraw Recognition of Humane SocietyOnly I

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silence met a recommendation treatment plant. Prior to the conver- Took under consideration a proposal Passed- on first reading an If in the public interest. The amend- machine which tears apart city bills,
of Mayor Charles Schaefer to sion, solid waste from the dog poundwas from Norton Telecommunications amendment to the city's sewer or- ment is necessary because of a from Burroughs Corp. for 4945.
Starke commissioners Tuesday being put into the sewer plant, of Starke for a centralized dinance permitting residents 365 change in rules of the state Depart-
night, Feb. 4, to withdraw the council but the water from washing the floor telephone switchboard for the city days to hook up when sewer serviceis ment of Health and Rehabilitative Was told a conctract with Ronnie
'a official recognition of the Bradford of the pens was being allowed to flow hall, like the one the county has but available. The city has a man- Services. Newman to pay an $11,000 impact
Humane Society officers. into a septic tank. smaller. datory hookup clause in its law. The for the city to provide water and
Greeted by the silence, Mayor amendment would also give the city Authorized Clerk Neil Tucker to sewer service to Newman's propertyin
Schaefer withdrew the recommen- In other action In a brief Feb. 4 Revealed the city will reduce the authority to waive the requirement buy a new forms burster, the NE Starke.
dation. Humane Society President meeting, the city commissioners: price of natural gas by two cents per
Barbara Renfroe was present, but therm effective March 1. The city -
offered no comment on Mayor got a reduction in price from the
, Schaefer's recommendation, or on Were told a contract has been Florida Gas Transmissions Co. The B-Section.
the condition of the city dog pound, signed, as previously authorized by council passed the entire rate In Your .
which she has termed inadequate. the council, for electrical inter- decrease on to the customer, says
. Mayor Schaefer said conditions of change service with the Florida City Clerk Neil Tucker. Bradford Sports... Dance Allvol...
a 10-day warning notice from the Power Munisclpal Agency, which is
Department of Environmental going into the electric generating Was told by Attorney Brown thata Tornado cag.rt oro ovon on th. teoion at 8-8 after A unlqu .i.ri. of "hand on" educational training In th*
Regulation have been met on the business with a coal-fired plant. :30-day extension to answer the boating both Palatka and Inl.rloch.o. Th. Lady eag.r odd performing art and related croft com, to BHS. featuring
." disposal of waste from the dog civil rights law suit brought requesting two more win. to mak. thorn victorious In 9 of last 10 noted Calnetvllle Civic Ballet Director Judy Skinner and
pound. DER required that all the Were told by Commissioner Bob- single member districts. games a* th.y b.at Hawthorn and Clay. Sea Pog.t 1. Kim Tuttle. See Page !SB for detail

waste, liquid and solid, be pumpedinto by Biggs the Fire Department has 3-43 for detail. ..
Our American
the city's sewerage treatment bought a video-tape recorder and Passed on second and final Old J ac k.on'* Site Burns... Save Raptors
plant.The. can view training tapes that would reading an amendment to the city K.yttone H.lghl El.m.ntary.tud.nt. get the rare opportunity -
septic tank at the dog pound have cost$1,900, and are the same as pension ordinanced allowing Th. structure that (touted th. old Jockon' Building Supply to view living bird of prey a. the "Eogl lady"
has been converted, at a coat of offered by the fire college at Ocala. employees with three or more years for many years was gutted by fir. .ardor this week displays many example of ndangrd ipecle of raptor
some $500, into a man-hole with a The council also approved sending experience with the city to withdraw S.. Pag 68 for detail. such a* th* owl and the Bald Eagle.
pump which sends all of the waste two firemen to EMT training,.as re- their accumulated funds from the
from the pound into the adjacent quired by state law. retirememt system.






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Rights Suit "No Win" Situation. : ParrishGetting I

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their heads together population as well as input on possible meeting.' !:
Thursday morning, Jan. 300, district lines.
representatiaves from the county "Let's go back and see what the The school board has a meetingset
commission and school board met
for 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, to
from the North Cen-
with an expert board wants to do," said attorney further discuss its reaction to the
tral Florida Regional Planning
Reggie Flynn to close out the suit.
Council to discuss how to proceed
with the defense of their civil rights ....... II
suit.

Describing it as a "No win situa- t
a tion," J.T. Parrish, school board
t member, was joined by E.L. Nor- u
man, county commission chairman, O
.1 : who said "We're still not going to ai '
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s roll-over and quit.
The densest substance on earth Is the metal osmium:An Ingot of osmiumthe
The present districts follow the size of a dollar bill and an Inch thick would weigh thirteen pounds.

k .W "I census tracts fairly well, said Scott
Koons, director of local government
P Nr assistance for the North Central

Florida Regional Planning Council
r. (NFRPC). Koons said the council
has provided asssistance to other
counties and cities in the area faced
1986 Officers of Bradford Masonic Lodge... with similar suits.

Newly elected officers of Bradford Lodge No. 35, Second row: Senior Steward Claude Morgan Senior Koons said that other areas had
F.&A.M., are (I-r): Deacon Ronnie Katliff, Marshal John I.. I ;inis. and usually settled the suits through
First row. Worshipful Master Mark V. Olin Senior Junior Steward George Hannen. negotiated settlements before goingto
Warden Steve Kroll Secretary Herbert Green, and court. However, he did indicate
Junior Warden Darrell Clark. Not shown: Junior 1)t'liconMllkolm Sanders. that legal fees were still averaging
about $40,000 for these cases.

When asked where they stood
Terry Brown, attorney for the schoolboard
Drug: Hotline Effective Tool for Agents: and City of Starke, said that m } +
the plaintiffs were not going to accept -
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anything less than redistric-
U.S. Customs' Florida-wide, drug- 208 follow-up investigations, whichto Kwas believes the success of the ting. lie said that at present, blacks
tip hotline, 1-800-BE ALERT, now date have produced five arrests hotline can be attributed to a com- were outnumbered at least 2-to-l in :; .
five months old, continues to be an and the seizure of 1800 pounds of bination of citi/en concern, news the existing districts.
effective weapon in the war against marijuana, an airplane and a 30-foot media coverage and extensive
drug smuggling, according to boat. He said other cases currentlyin statewide marketing of the pro- Blacks make up approximately
Southeast Regional Commissionerof progress "look very promising." gram. A public awareness campaignhas 25-percent of the population of Bradford
Customs Edward Kwas. included radio and television County.
The program has also resulted in spot announcements, the dissemination Negotiation seemed the consensusof
the referral of information from 129 all concerned to avoid what is
of and
Miami-centered 24-hour toll- pamphlets posters at
The ,
activatedlast hotline calls to other federal, state, marinas and boat shows, the postingof been as a no win confrontation in
free hotline, which was and local law enforcement
rewards of to county highway billboards, and mailoutsof court.
July, offers up
$2,500 to anonymous callers, and up agencies, as well as the developmentof information to registered aircraft "It's rediculous when you're deal PartnersFor
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to $250,000 to named cooperating Individuals 20 new Customs informants.So and boat owners throughout the ing with tax payers money that youcan't

for original information far, according to Kwas, one state. sit down" and come up with
that helps Customs catch drug reward of $500 has been paid for information something, said County Commissioner -
smugglers. The amount of reward received on the hotline He said plans are in effect to expand E.L. Norman.
depends on the circumstances and and others are pending. He said, the hotline, beginning Jan. 15, May 8 is the date for a pre-trial Success.
conference to advise the federal
results of the case. however, that more than 55 percentof 1986, to handle calls concerningother
the callers only want to furnish in- kinds of Customsrelatedcrime court about progress in the suit, attorney -
Regional Commissioner Kwas formation that will help catch drug in addition to drug smuggling Brown told the group. He advised -
them that if the
said that 499 hotline calls from smugglers and are not interested in and to cover Georgia and the county commission -
and school board
throughout the state have generated a reward. Carolinas as well as Florida. are
realistically going to try for a
I negotiated settlement, it would be Florida National Bank
I Agricultural Scholarships Now AvailableStudents best to walk in with it May 8.
Koons was requested to provideboth Member FDIC
the county commission and the
who want a career backon Thanks to a new scholarship fund agriculture/; at the University of school board with statistical data on
the farm are in line for extra help, announced Dec. 10, additional funds Florida. --
according to Dr. Gerald Zachariah will be available for outstanding Application
dean for resident instruction in the students from Florida's farms and forms are available from the officeof
Institute of Food and Agricultural the Dean for Resident Instruction,
rural areas who wish to pursue NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe
IFAS, or from of the IFAS
Sciences (IFAS) at the University of undergraduate or master's work in any Coun-
Florida ty Cooperative Extension Offices.

City of Starke is considering applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA)

Eunice Roadplete (from page IA) for a Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to $575,000.' These. "funds"' must.... .

be used for one of the following purposes: /:. ,. .
one road per year. Forsythe commission to spend more of the years is the maintenance of the paved 1
Drive and Bessent of 1. To benefit low and moderate income ;or J ': i'H":: .: ; > 'irlt ''' 'Jr:'
Lakeview persons;
gasoline tax for road maintenance, roads the state Department I .... .."t ..
Road were added to the prority list meaning less money will be Transportation has turned back to f 2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blights; "
in Jan. 1984, but there is no tellingnow available for new paving. the county DOT repaved the roads; 1
when work will start on them. Another road maintenance problem but they will begin needing or
Eunice Road will be all the commis- the county will face in a few maintenance in a few years.Cassie 3. To meet other community development needs having a parti-
sion will have money to pave in 1986. cola urgency because existing conditions pose a serious and
Laura Church and
The Ellington immediate threat to the health or welfare of the communityand
Roads were the project for 1985. In
1984 the county paved the 3.5 mile /.i -""- where other financial resources are not available to meet
Speedville Road (SE 43rd St.) near ,. such needs.
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Keystone Heights. Prior to that the X 'II"Jb/b'( n' The category of activities for which these funds may be used are In the areas of housing and
only road paved in years was the 1.3 rrQto
miles of Pleasant Grove Church neighborhood revitalization and include such physical improvement activities as housing rehabilitation -

Road (NW 25th Ave.) between SR- \ -.6 clearance, water and sewer improvements, street improvement, drainage, and neighborhood
and the Brownlee Road
16W
(CR-229)). facilities. Additional information regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will be

The 4-cent gasoline tax has given provided the public hearing.For .
the county the chance to pave local each activity that is proposed, at least 51 % of the funds must benefit low and moderate in-
roads with any consistency for the
first time in about 20 years. our come persons.In .
The county faces a possible $1 developing an application for submission to DCA, the City of Starke must plan to minimize

million shortfall in its 1986-87 displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the City of Starke is required -
The current is
budget. budget
to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.
$600,000 more than the county is
receiving in tax revenue, plus the Baby"Love The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's housing and community

word is the county will lose some development needs will be held in City Hall, Thompson Street on February 18, 1986 at 7:30: p.m. To

$335,000 funds. The in federal gasoline revenue tax must sharing, bylaw you Mom & Dad obtain additional information concerning the public hearing contact Neil Tucker, City Clerk, City

be spent on roads. However, the Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, Florida, (9049645027.)
budget shortfall might cause the



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Starke, Florida I 32091 I with any other special oilers Limit 4 per a tion white/dark orders and may not be i combination while/dark orders and may orders and may not be used with any
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Lawtey City; Council Members Say "No" to Water Tank Purchase !



, By Mark KnedllnBCT paratus to protect Smith and other only one that is working right now," tank and install new lining if needed. hook-ups could ever afford buying extended period." I
Staff Writer workers inside the chlorine storage Smith told council members. "Also, If inspection determines that it is that kind of tank," Councilman Ben Several citizens at the meeting
Lawtey City Council members area. A "re-breather" air- we need a new coupling on one of the necessary, that tank's interior will nett said. "It's not needed here and complained that there was excessive I
voted to make some improvementson purification device already on hand pumps, new valves and a set of have to be sand-blasted out and it's just not feasible for us even to amounts of chlorine in the system I.
their water system at their would protect workers from a meters on the emergency generator.I'd relined to prevent contamination consider it." and also excess air which made the
regular meeting Monday, Feb. 3 buta chlorine percentage in the air of only have to use a hand-held from rusting or seepage from other "The reason we need it here wouldbe tap water a whiteish color when
suggestion that the city buy a new one percent, according to Smith tachometer to check the RPM's on groundwater sources. to provide enough pressure in a first turned on. ,
or used above-ground storage tank who said any accidental leak wouldmost the pumps now if there was a power Smith also told council members fire situation, Smith said. "If the Smith said the chlorine level in
was turned down. likley involve far more than failure. There would be no way to the city may be required to purchasean power were out and there was a fire the system was automatically
An outside expert from Jacksonville that amount. check it in an emergency." above ground storage tank we might lose a structure because of regulated but said he would check to I
was in town recently to inspectthe "That thing wouldn't protect Smith said the self-enclosed "sometime in the future" and sug- lack of water pressure." make sure the distribution systemwas
system and a list of his suggested anyone in a real chlorine leak," said breathing apparatus was vital if we gested setting up an account to save Lawtey Mayor Robert Scott, functioning normally. Smith I
additions and repairs to existing Councilman Buster Bennett. "We'd were to maintain the operation of the money "at a gradual rate" for the however, said the pressure was said he would begin turning on
equipment were presented by Water have to drag him out of there dead if system in an emergency."I purchase. "fine" in the system at present,even "blow-off valves",which are locatedin
Department Spokesman Dale Smith. he tried to fix a leak wearing that don't think anyone should workin Smith's price quotes were met in the smaller, two inch water lines each customers'yard, remove<< the
Smith said the top priority on the mask." the chlorine room by themselvesat with skepticism by council now servicing some houses and excess water.
list is a complete inspection of the inner Chlorine is added to the city water any time if we can help it," Councilman members, however, who said the ci- stores.
lining of the ground water supply automatically by a timed Willie Strong said. "The present ty would have trouble affording sucha Smith said the city should also "Our men can do this once per
storage tank to see if that lining measuring device which keeps the mask is a joke,the canister in it large purchase."I consider purchasing'a larger month, but any citizen can go out
needs to be replaced. level in the system within prescribedlimits was last inspected in 1978 and is way have looked into the process emergency generator."I and turn their valve on for an hour or
"This is a basic step that should be but Smith said the "pre- out of date.Council and used and refurbished tanks can have to come down to the plant so to remove the air themselves at
done every three to five years," chlorination" stage of the system is members opened two bids be purchased for $5O$75,000( ," Smith whenever there is a power outage to any time," Mayor Scott said.
Smith told council members. "Also, out of operation at the present time, relating to water system service but told council members. "A new tank monitor the generator right now
a shaft is broken in one of the wells making it necessary for Smith to postponed action on them until the would cost anywhere from between because of the smaller size of the In other city business: the city attorney
and.we need repairs on one of the monitor the system to see that correct next regular meeting. They includea $150,000 to $225,000 depending on the unit," Smith said. "In a hurricane or told council members he was
pumps." levels are maintained at all bid of$200 by a Gainesville firm to size." other natural disaster the power working on a city ordinance to con-
The council also voted to purchasea times. inspect the tank and an$1,800 bid bya "There's just no way a city the might be out for days.The generatoron trol animals and animal-related in-
new, self-contained breathing ap "Theoost-chlorination stage i is the Jacksonville firm to inspect that size of Lawtey with lust 200 water hand now would not work for an dustries within the city limits.
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No Homes for Rent in Starke in 18 7 8 ,'

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Benefit Basketball New Arrivals Had to Build Their Own''


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I Softball Events What was it like for those early families .

I M, 1III moving down from the North to establish
I homes in Starke in the post-Civil War daysof
III I "Reconstruction" when the South was
For Chris still laboring to get back on its feet after f/I/
I aCT
: the ravages of war?

It wasn't easy... and a letter written by I" fi lau
the late Mrs. Jay S. Brown, who lived in
I Starke prior to moving to Plant City many
years ago, tells the story of her family's
+ sr t, ordeal when they first arrived in Starke by

train in 1878. ; y

Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Hull,
1 with their three young sons, two
Hot Dogs & ChiliBradford 1' Saturday Feb. 8 daughters, and a baby less than three
years old landed in Starke with a freight
t..li carload of furniture and found no house for k ,
SquareHighly rent in the town that was still struggling to
get a start after having its growth
disrupted by the war.

successful Chris Campbell Week activities raised more than$4,000 As Mrs. Brown tells it, "My father
last Friday and Saturday to help send the 5-year-old Starke victim of epider- rented a small building made of logs, the

molysis bullosa to a clinic in Spain for treatment and possible cure. railroad let us use the freight car, and
some way my mother managed to keep us
Other Events fed and alive while father and the boys
bought and cleared a piece of land three
Highlight of Chris Benefits next week will be the basketball game between miles east of Starke." There was very lit- .

WPXE Kiwanis Cagers, led by DJs Scott and Tony, and WQIK DJs led by tle finished lumber available at that hewed time '' "'' .
so Mr. Hull and his sons cut and Early Settlers Log Cabin
Boomer and Frank. their own logs and erected a cabin on their

Tickets for the 7:30: p.m. game, Saturday, Feb. 15 in BHS gym, are on sale property.Mrs. .

in advance and at the door for $2 contribution. Brown recalls that there was only
the
general store here at that time- "At that time you could buy flour by ried Jay Brown,formerly of Buffalo N.Y.
one
barrel and father would bore holes in the operatea
in 1896, and she and her husband
Feb. 15Benefit and Fish Ball Richard & Pace, which "was built
Saturday, Softball Tournament Fry,Waldo up on bottom of the empty barrels and set them store in Starke for many years before
Park, sponsored by Waldo Baptist Church. Ladies and Men's Tournament stilts loose to keep out the cows" and hogs that over the cypress troughs," Mrs. Brown moving to Plant City.
starts 9 a.m. Fried Fish Dinner served 12 noon to 8 p.m. Donations only for ran everywhere. recalled. "He cooked the cane )Juice to a
all events. "My father kept looking for clay to be us- certain stage and then poured it into the Her sister, Nellie, married Charles
ed for making bricks, and finally located barrels. The syrup would drip through the Stern, who came here from New York,and
The City Police Department, Fire Department, and Recreation Depart- some on a piece of land that my older holes and almost half of it would be whiteas they lived on a farm east of Starke, on
what is still called Stern's Road.
this brother, Robert, had bought on a nearby cream. We would use that for the table,
Sale activities
will of their Road Block and Hot Dog
ment stage a repeat creek." Mr. Hull then built a mill to grind and mother would make her jams out of
Saturday, Feb. 8, at Bradford Square beginning at 10 a, n. the clay for making bricks for a fireplacein the moist sugar." One of Mrs. Brown's brothers was N.B.
Hull who owned and
(Newt) operated
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen's homemade chili will be featured on the chili their living room, and a flue for the kit- "There were plenty of wild blackberries, Hull's Store for many years in the two-
will also be available all of chili chen stove. They made the molds for the huckleberries,and mayhaws for jelly, and brick known as the
dogs, and chili takeouts day. Forty pounds brick and also a kiln to bake them in after story building, now
Lake who
were consumed by customers last Saturday, the Chief says. they were dried. we raised had delicious some friends figs on and Kingsley gave us some for Rosenberg building on E. Call Street.

The Garage Sale being held for Chris each Saturday at Starke Plaza may Mr. Hull and his sons also felled logs and preserving." The Hulls, father and son, were

be called off this Saturday due to the serious illness of Chris's grandmother split rails to fence their property in orderto In 1889 Mr. Hull bought several acres of Republicans and both served as
who is in Shands Hospital and may have to have her legs amputated keep out cattle and hogs that ran at land about a mile and a quarter southeastof postmasters in Starke during Republican
in those of the
"We
large days open range. Starke. He built a large barn on the property administrations.L.C. .
be in and stored in
because of blood clots. Articles may continue to brought would often have to chase them out of our moved into the barn
the
and family
the shelter U.S. 301 next to MacDonalds. field would knock the rails down ,
on as they while he was building a 2V& story house. Hull was appointed postmaster in
with their horns to get at the corn" and "We called the top story the attic and my 1889,serving until 1893,when Capt.John C.
other vegetables growing inside, Mrs. brothers slept up there for it was always Richard, a Democrat, was appointed.
Brown wrote. cool." Richard served until 1897, when L.C.
(Levi) Hull was again appointed to the of-
Mr. Hull planted an orange grove and and built
Mr. Hull was a good carpenter
other fruit trees, and grew sugar cane to in Starke fice, serving until 1900 when his son,
of the early homes some
etDlTORlALSSeems many Newell B. named to fill the office
make syrup and sugar by boiling the juice. ,was serving -
of which are still in use today.
Troughs for cooling the syrup were made until 1913. He was again appointed
from hollowed-out cypress logs. Mrs. Brown, who was Kate Hull mar- postmaster in 1922, serving until 1929.

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to Us We've Heard County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor



This Tune BeforePresident Planning a home garden this spring? If Garden Plan Can Save MoneyYour Generally, you can grow a good garden
so, I hope you will do some planning to help wherever weeds will grow. Avoid areas
make this project a success. Good planscan will be handy to plant, that are low and wet during the gardening"season.
Reagan's real State of the that are designed to train youth and save you a lot of time and money, and cultivate garden and harvest if it is near the A fertile,easily worked soil is best,
Union address came in the budget he adults in skills that would help them will make your garden a good experiencefor house. Locate the garden near a source of but other soild such as sand may be used.
presented to Congress Wednesday mor- compete for jobs in the modern market.In you and your family. water for irrigation. Many gardeners sur- Since some gardeners have little choice in
soil, they can greatly improve an un-
Some considerations in round their garden with a fence sufficiently -
ning, rather than in his warmedoverState response to the Tuesday message, early your plan favorable soil with applications of organic
would be the selection of site high and close woven to keep out
of the Union address Tuesday Mitchell of Maine accusedthe a proper materials such and
Sen. as manure
George vegetables and varieties, and a paper plan poultry, dogs, rabbits, and children. Sucha compost.
night, which was largely a re-run of his administration of "driving more for the arrangement of. vegetables. Later fence not only protects the garden, but Varieties differ not only in physical appearance -
four previous "America, according to families into hard times" at the same plans include soil preparation, fertilizerand also serves as a trellis for pole beans, but also in such ways as internal
Ronald Reagan" addresses made to time causing more American jobs "to lime, bedding and planting, cultiva- tomatoes and other crops needing support. quality, resistance to diseases and

both Houses of Congress on similar oc move overseas," adding to the dire tion, irrigation, insect and disease control, climatic adaptability. Select varieties sug-
and harvesting and using. gested in our "Vegetable GardeningBuide"
Locating the garden in full sunlight is
casions. of American industries and
plight
more beneficial than afternoon exposure.Put (Circular 104, available in our office -
The new Reagan budget proposed workers. Most vegetables may be grown in root crops, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, at the Agriculture Building in Starke)
government spending of just under one Former Governor of Virginia, gardens the throughout our area if grown in cucumbers and melons in as full sunlightas because they have proven to be successfulin
proper seasons. Even crops such as our area.
trillion dollars next year, including a Charles S. Robb said "America will possible. Most of the leafy crops can
: asparagus, rhubarb and globe artichokes withstand more shade. A plan of the garden should be preparedon
whopping 12 percent boost for the never fulfil its destiny until it puts its provide satisfactory experiences for many paper, showing the location of each

military, but sweeping cutbacks in own financing house in orderand the gardeners although these crops are not Tree and shrub roots compete with crop, the amount to be planted on each

housing for the poor, aid for redevelop- time to act is now." President Reagan'sidea well-adapted here. vegetable plants for nutrients and water.If date, crops to follow earlier ones, and the
ment of fading towns and cities, aboli- of putting the nation's financial Grow vegetables that are liked by you the garden must be located near trees or variety of each vegetable to be planted. I'll
the Small Business Administration and your family. Other considerations shrubs, dig a ditch 1 Mi to 2 feet deep and discuss other considerations in later ar-
tion of
house in order to ask for a 12
and is percent should be the size of your garden to fit your place roofing papaer or a sheet of plastic ticles. In the meantime, call your County
cutbacks in student loans, boost in the military budget, while needs, and the nutritive value of the film along one side of the trench. Refill the Agent's office at 964-6280, ext. 209, if you
other programs vital to the nation'swelfare. again remaining silent about the vegetables. ditch with soil to form a barrier to roots. have any questions or problems.

disgraceful waste in Pentagon spen-

Just an hour before delivering his new ding.In.
We letters.
in his State of the get .... ForestrySome
budget, Mr. Reagan his eloquent denouncement of

Union address proclaimed "a Great welfare programs, the President said,

American Comeback" from economicwoes "I am talking about real and lasting Left UnansweredDear By David W.Norton
of the past and redefined the emancipation, because the success of Questions Bradford Co.Forester

Government's role as: not to control, welfare should be judged by how manyof This time of the year many of us are

not to command, not to contain us, but its recipients become independent of I have Editor followed: the efforts of our Brad- course of action, Humane Society wishing the chill for out some of our good bones.hot How sunshine often to duringthe take
to help in times of need." welfare." be ford Humane members found they had to check and
It should also judged by Society to upgrade the document summer, though, do we seek the shade
Mr. Reagan's convenient "blinders" how many lives are saved while Mr. shameful conditions at the animal facilityon refuted most information of the statements and data made which to of a leafy tree and bless the natural

apparently keep him from being aware Reagan's Council is working up its amazement.It Edwards. Road with exasperation and their spokesperson when the Society coolness of the breeze?

that this is a time of need in the nation report by next December.Mr. seems a travesty on responsible civic brought.its case before the City Commis- Now is when homeowners should be
is government that only when faced with sioners. planting trees that will offer shade by
that he proclaimed Tuesday a
night
himself set
Reagan no specific
He citation from the Environmental Health Since there still remains a need for screening out summer sunshine and eas-
"growing stronger every day. guidelines for reform, other than a Department followed by an inspection by changes in the way animal control is car- ing the burden on hard-working air condi-
should tell that to the millions of vague acknowledgement of the Govern- the Department of Environmental Regulation ried out and further improvements at the tioning units.
homeless the millions of unemployed, facility on Edwards Road, the Humane
,
ment's responsibility to "provide was any action undertaken by the CI-
the thousands of industries that are suffering Society is determined to continue its efforts Plant young trees now, while they are
shelter and nourishment for those who dormant and are best able to withstand the
toward humane and efficient
and threatening to go under cannot provide for themselves." The seven violations cited by the DER animal control a more shock of being moved, wide holes, quality
because of the massive trade imbalance came after a makeshift repair and cover- program.If native trees, and appropriate soil condi-
Without the necessary training, how can up was made in answer to the Society'scomplaint not now, it will most certainly be man-
the thousands of desperate those who are now down and out ever that ankle deep feces at the dated by the State Legislature as more and tions will help assure successful plantingof
trees. will
They to size that will
mid-west farmerssome being drivento more cities in this area are becomingaware grow a
become welfare independent? pound site was being washed into Alligator
house
keep your cool and help reduce
thousandsof of the fact that animal abuse as well your
livesand
Creek.
take their own The President's budget calls for actual as child abuse is their business. electric bill,provided you place the tree on
students who need help in getting defense outlays of $282 billion in In line with this same irresponsible Geraldyn B.Hale,Starke soil that it is accustomed to.

education and job training. 1887, up from the current level of $266 Broadleaf trees planted on the east and

Regarding welfare, which Mr. billion. And his budget also calls for giv- the west sides of a home will provide shade
Reagan has opposed dating back to ing the military authority to contract to Thoughts on Space ShuttleDear where it is needed most during the sum-
mer and then will
lose
when he was speaking (for fees) to "fat spend even more in 1987, for a total of Editor.Once in the warming rays of their the winter leaves,sun.letting
cats" on the General Motors luncheon $320.3 billiona boost of nearly 12 per- There are very few of us who do not take
circuit he said Tuesday night: "After cent from the current level of $286.1 ,if you lived in Europe,traveling to freedom for granted.I was grimly reminded Use small trees such as dogwoods redbud to,
maples,hollies, laurel or
cherry
what is now called America would be like of this on Tuesday,Jan. 28, as I watched
hundreds of billions of dollars in poverty billion and roughly eight percent above setting out for the moon. Then Christopher Dan Rather, almost in tears, report the shade walls and porches from the morningand
programs, the plight of the poor the level of inflation. He also proposes Columbus, powered by a dream set off in Shuttle disaster. In the past we had afternoon sun. Medium-sized trees in-
dollars
more painful. But the waste in foreign aid to practically all third-world a tiny vessel. In the days that followed, he cheered as a nation and now all mournedas cluding several varieties of bay, red
and cents pales before the most tragic countries around the world in their efforts probably wondered if there really was lifebeyond one, for the Spirit of the Challenger'screw bit cedars, and wax myrtle may be planted a
the horizon.As if the earth did not was an extension of our own. farther from the house.
of human spirit to settle their internal
sinful waste -
loss: the governmental
hold enough mysteries, we began to Each astronaut had enjoyed the freedomof Farthest away foresters recommend
and potential"- he suggests a reportby disputes. ponder the stars and 477 years after Col- being an American and it's what they larger trees Including Bweetgum, live oak,
next December by his Domestic Defense of our nation must also In- umbus sailed, Neil Armstrong took the did with that freedom that set them apart. laurel and water oak, southern magnoliaand
Policy Council for action to meet the clude defense of its people from hunger "giant leap for mankind". They dedicated themselves to expanding slash and loblolly pine, tulip poplar,
needs of families if they can wait Those of us who gazed through man's reach and our perception of the and sycamore. It's important that these
poor disease, and exposure to the elements. telescopes and lat spellbound during universe around us. They utilized that trees are kept away from obstructions
that long.In Otherwise Mr. Reagan will only be episodes of "Star Trek" were changed same freedom to achieve a victory for such as power lines or septic tanks.

the same breath, almost, Mr. defending a nation already weakened at forever. The theory of space travel was mankind at the risk of their lives. Each Shade Is not the only reason to plant
whole .
the
the now reality and the pioneer spirit that paid price.It trees. located
Reagan advocated abolishing programs core.TFf04GNf Properly trees will add
is at times like these that I most
am
came with it eventually gave birth to the beauty and value to your home. A good
thankful I born in
was America.
Shuttle America's
explorationof
t1 ,. Program. mixture of evergreen and broad-leafed
,
= YOU SA/e/ o rv ( Michael HoweRt.
THIS SEA WAS Ad t a ? space was no longer just a public-funded deciduous trees can get you started on a
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= ca operation, but had become a public institu- 2,Box 2022,Starke regular landscape plan for your yard.
with this
tion. We were all fascinated
delta-winged wonder_that left in a fierv as- Location, soil type, maintenance and
of care all will have a bearing on the s'ceras
the gracefulness
cent and returned with
Shuttle had won our of any landscape plan. pUnUng of
an The sell
The lowest point on land is the Dead Sea, 1.296 feet below see level. hearts.eagle. Space trees around your house. wortb-IM
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the Notices :
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Church terns Smiling beauty Trade Clark

agrees that "Strawberries Are a
News Girl's Best Friend" which is this

Weddings year's theme for the 24th Annual
Bradford County Strawberry Queen
w A ykn 'Receptions Pageant sponsored by the Junior
PartiesWoman's Woman's Club of STarke.

Trade is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke. Tracie

was crowned 1985 Strawberry Queenon 7a!
Club
To
Have Valentine
Proa.At March 30, 1985 and reigned over
the 1985 Bradford County Fair. She
the February meeting of the Ron Reagan, Spanish teacher at commented that she never knew so
Woman's Club of Starke, Mrs. L.H. Bradford High, will represent many nice people lived In Starke-
J Jennings will chair the meeting Foreign Friendship, Inc., which is a Bradford County before becoming
which will be under the auspices of non-profit cultural exchange program Strawberry Queen.
...' the International Affairs Committee. which will introduce two Tracie Is a senior at Bradford
.- children from Mexico into American High School where she participatesin
homes (where there are children of cheerleading, Key Club, Little
: LtII :'::JI 'II: /i') 1ftiif tfr*JP tt w*JL**<,S?*:<*?*:JP w.W similar ages) for a period of three Women's Club and is President of Miss Tracie Clark
weeks.In .
._ her Senior Class. Tracie has won the
= '" honor of St. Valentine's Day, United States Achievement 1985 Strawberry Queen
l
( r rtW.IIIVtI Mrs. Carlos Hernandez will sing Academy National Award and the

1 love songs and Mrs. Academic All-American Scholar over the annual Bradford County
Thomas Andrew StricklandMr. Griffin
\ and Mrs. Andrew Strickland J.W. will respond by singing Award. She is truly a home-town Fair which opens Tuesday, Apr. 8
love from other countries.
songs beauty. and through Apr. 12.
runs
announce the birth of Thomas
a son,
will be Mrs.
accompanied by
They This
years pageant is open to girls
Andrew
Strickland, born Dec. 13.
L.A Canova. residing in or attending school in Interested girls may contact
: Maternal grandparents are Mr. Assisting Mrs. Jennings will be Bradford County. Contestants must
coordinator Vicki Gaines at
pageant
i\1\ : f and Mrs.Mrs. Melvin Ball.Bass and Mr. and Mesdames R.A. Green, Sr., A.J. be 16on, or before April 5, 1986, and 964-8485 or 964-4181 or Lorna Reddishat
Buddy Great
\ grand McGriff, L.A. Canova, J.E. Hit- not over 21 on that date. Entrantswill 964-8559 for any questions concer-
mothers
l Mrs. Natalie are Sessions.Mrs. Lillian Great-great-Ball and chcock, C.E. Johns, P. Slack, and C. be judged on natural beauty ning the pageant. Application forms

grandmother is Mrs. Doris Mizell. Terwillegar.St. which shall be interpreted to include may be picked up at the Bradford
Paternal grandparents are Town- figure, face, hair, personality and High School office or at Bradford

send Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Marks Plans poise. Square Williams Jewelry. Absolute
Contestants will be entertained at deadline for entrants is March 1.
Carl Hurst. Great
grandparents are Lenten Services
several pre-pageant activities coordinated -
Mr. and Mrs. Loin
Redding and the
by Starke Jr. Woman'sClub.
Myra Lee Strickland St. Mark's Episcopal Church will WoodardPauleyTo
The pageant which will
have a series of special Lenten
services -
culminate the festivities will be an Wed July 27
beginning with an Ash Wednes-
Brittany Renee Brown
event of Saturday April 5. The
,
Mr. and Mrs. Cory R. Brown of day service on Feb. 12 at 7:30: p.m. will Mr. and Mrs. David E. Woodard of
Waldo, announce the birth of Brit The Ash Wednesday service will newly-crowned Queen preside Starke announce the engagementand

( tany Renee' on Feb. 1, at Alachua be the special liturgy for Ash approaching marriage of their
+ ? General in Gainesville. Wednesday with the imposition of First Christian daughter, Miss Susan Woodard to
., Maternal grandmother is Mrs. ashes and the Holy Eucharist. Rev. Stuart Pauley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
,., a :."", "" Barbara Pearce of Waldo. Gilbert Crosby will be the celebrant. Church Gets Grady M. Pauley, all of Lawtey.The .
Paternal grandparents are Frank Each Wednesday during Lent a New Minister upcoming event is planned for
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Andrews and Yvonne Brown of Starke. service of Vespers will be held at 6 July 27 at 2 p.m. at the Bradford
p.m. These services will be led by Thomas Crafton of Lockport, 111. Florist Wedding House.
Eric Steven Trojak the layreaders of the parish and will will begin his ministry at First Miss Woodard graduated from
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Trojak of be followed by a brief meditation or Christian Church of Starke on March Bradford High and is employed at
Kaiser-Andrews Wed Jan. 11 Union City, Pa., announce the birth "Aspects of the Church Then and 9. the Bradford Courthouse.
of a son, Eric Steven, born Jan. 22, Now". The meditations will be Mr. Crafton has been active in the Mr. Pauley graduated from Brad-
weighing 11 lb. 6 oz.Eric joins an presented by Fr. Crosby and will full-time ministry for over 18 years ford High and is employed by the
Veronique H. Kaiser and Wayne The bride wore a gown of ivory older sister Laura Beth. deal with various characteristics of since his graduation from Milligan Dept. of Corrections, RMC.
Andrews were united in marriage satin with re-embroidered lace, witha Maternal grandparents are Mr. the church in New Testament times. College in 1967. Joining him will be All friends and relatives are in-
Saturday Jan. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Queen Anne neckline and chapel and Mrs. Robert Ormsbee of Spar- By reflecting on the New Testament his wife and children.A vited.
Thomas Center in Gainesville. length train, accented by an elbow- tansburg Pa. Maternal great- Church we can see what the churchis reception was held for Mr. and
Thomas Center was decoratedwith length bridal veil. grandmother is Alice Hamilton of called to be. Mrs. Crafton on Saturday, Jan. 12 in
an archway and palms, along The bride carried a bouquet of Starke. A soup supper will follow the service the fellowship hall of the church. Hollis-Johnson
with baskets of mixed flowers on white and bridal pink roses. each week.
both sides of the Attending the wide as maid of Paternal grandparents are Mr. Engagement Told
archway. The observance of Lent will con-
and Mrs. Trojak of Union City Pa.
Barbara the daughter of Ms. honor was Cathy Beckham, along clude with a series of special services Pancake SupperSet Mrs. Lovie M. Hollis of Lawtey an-
Kaiser of Interlachen with brides maids Brenda Rayburnand Week
during Holy (March the engagement of her
York nounces
Stephen
Douglas for Feb. 11
Jeanna Andrews. All attendantswore
was given in marriage by Robert 23.29). Hollis Ed-
Doug and Robbin York of Starke daughter, Sylvia A. to
of suede-rose
Beasley. Performing the ceremonywas gowns taffeta announce the arrival of their son, A Pancake Supper is planned for mond Johnson, Jr., son of Mr. and
and carried of and
Rev. Danny McDonald. Wayneis bouquets pink Stephen Douglas, born Jan. 24 at Tuesday, Feb. 11 at St. Marks Mrs. Edmond Johnson, Sr., all of
white and carnations. Melton-Bellamy
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.T. An baby mums
Church
Episcopal 212 N. Church St.
Center in Jackson- Lawtey.
drews, natives of Bradford County, Drew Andrews was ring bearer. ToldMr. event of
ville.Maternal Engagement Sponsored by St. Marks Episcopal The wedding will be an
now residing i in Gainesville. Nuptial music was provided by Youth, the will cost $2.50 for June 28.Miss .
grandparents are Gary and Mrs. supper
O'Dea and soloist Melton
organist Cathy Harry an-
adults and $1.50 for children. It will Hollis graduated from Brad-
and Clarice Stephens of Starke.
Marcia Elder. The atten- nounce the of their
groom's engagement be from 5:30: to 7:30: and will be ford High School, Class of 1980. Mr.
Tompkins Announce Great Grandparents are Floy p.m.
dants were Best Man A.T. Andrewsand daughter, Amanda Sue, to Shane
Thomas of Starke and Willie and an "All You Can Eat" Supper. Johnson graduated from Bradford
Birth of Son Ushers Edwin Andrews and Bellamy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Terry Andrews. Dolly Stephens of Bernie, Mo. (Bud) Bellamy, all of Starke. High School and is employed by
Jimmy and Jan Tompkins of A reception followed in Thomas Paternal grandparents are John The bride-elect attends Starke Lawtey Correctional Institution.
Raiford announce the birth of their Center. Punch was served by Janice and Bobbie Zontini of Starke and Christian School and the fiance at- UDC Workshop and .

son, Daniel. Hamilton. Gilyard Mary Ann Andrews cut the Fred York of Wharton, W.V. Great ,"tends Bradford High. Luncheon Held BE MY VALENTINECards
i "" born on'"ThursdayJan. ,- cake and Louise' Muse kept the grandmother Is' 'AileneYork 'of" Wedding plans will be announcedat go better when they are
16, at 5:05: P.M. at Alachua bride's book.Following Wharton, W.V. a later date.Seaman The United Daughters of the Con- Hallmark/ from the Office Shop, 110
General Hospital in Gainesville. He a wedding trip to St. Jonathan A.Prevatt federacy District II Workshop and W. Call St. Alt cards in stock/ 25%
weighed 9 Ibs 12 oz. at birth and was Augustine, Veronique and Wayne Chad and Brenda Prevatt of luncheon Meeting was held on O//--1 day only Sat. Feb. 8.
22 inches Michael Nelson Thursday, Jan. 30 at the Quality Inn
long.Maternal will reside at Killeen, Texas. Starke announce the birth of a son,
grandmother is Joyce Veronique graduated from P.K. Jonathan Alex born Jan. 28 in in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Assigned to DestroyerNavy W. J. Flannery, District Airman David Best
Norman or Raiford. Yonge Laboratory School and the Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
Paternal grandparents are Rev. University of Florida. Wayne Maternal grandparents are F.R. Seaman Michael J. Nelson, Director, was in charge of arrangements Gets PromotionDavid
and Mrs. Jim Tompkins of Starke. graduated from Gainesville High and Rosa Starling of Starke. son of William E. Barton of Raiford, Mrs. L.C. Buzzett,
Maternal great-grandmother is School and the University of Florida.He Paternal grandparents are W.A. recently reported for duty aboardthe Historian General of Atlanta was the M. Best, son of Mr. and
guest speaker and Mrs. J.T. Neal Mrs. Verl R. Best of Starke, has
Alice Cason of Raiford. is presently a 2nd Lieutenant in and Helen Prevatt of Hampton. guided missile destroyer USS ,
Paternal great-grandmother is the Army, stationed at Ft. Hood, McDonough, homeported in Fla. Division President of Ocala, been promoted in the U.S. Air Forceto
Iva Campbell Plant City. Texas. Charleston, S.C.A conducted the workshop.Mrs. the rank of senior airman.
Anthony Michael Faber 1980 graduate of Union County Franklyn Weisgerber, Mrs. Best is an information system
Kathy and Michael Faber of High School, he joined the Navy in Lloyd Wike, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, specialist at Tyndall Air Force Base,
Doll-IngsAnnual Doll Show Set Feb. J 15 Starke announce the birth of a son, November, 1982. Mrs. Marguerite Hall and Mrs. Fla., with the 2021st Information
Anthony Michael, born Dec. 2 in Rhoda Dampier attended this Systems Squadron.He .
Alachua General. meeting. is a 1978 graduate of Bradford
Everyone who has ever loved a The Doll-ings of Gainesville is an Maternal grandmother is Ber- High School.
special doll or enjoyed watching a organization to create, stimulateand nadette Labby of Gainesville.
child play with a special doll will en- maintain an interest in all mat- Paternal grandparents are Hank ---
joy seeing the myriads of different ters pertaining to doll collecting and and Erma Faber of Starke. .
dolls from all over the area in the an- to establish and promote educational -

nual Doll-ings doll show, set Satur- and philathropic endeavors Neil Phillip DiVito UplfilllchLptlt ''
day, Feb. 15, in the Oaks Mall, through dolls. For many years the Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiVito of Royal _
Gainesville, club has donated dolls and toys for Palm Beach announce the birth of a c

The Doll-ings of Gainesville will be the Emergency Children's Clinic. son, Neil Phillip, born Jan. 30 in t
sponsoring their 11th Annual Doll For those in the Lake Butler area West Palm Beach. He joins brother _
Show who would belnterested in entering Robby.Maternal.
Area residents are Invited to bring in the show,call Mrs. Marjorie Drig- grandparents are JanetA.
their own dolls to show and competefor gers at 4963737.BE .Turner of Starke and R. V.Turnerof
ribbon awards. Hours for Wellington. Maternal great ":' .
registering are from 9:30-10:30: : a.m. grandmother is Alice A. Barron. of '" "". \ r
The show starts at 11 a.m. and will Green Cove Springs. ( : : ,
close at 4 p.m. MY VALENTINE Paternal grandparents are Mr. ;-: 'C"'Ti -f '
One entry in each of the 12 Hallmark Cards from and Mrs. John DiVito of Largo. V :: "
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geA TELEGRAPH February 1988Hampton .



I I Hilites By Phone Dolores 4601915 Men* J Hallgren- Now Pastor Of Bradford Baptist I

Bookmobile I Don'Hallgren has been called at The Hallgrens have served

I I Everyone is invited to visit the Sun newspaper and on TV Channel Nlcki Nutter and Laurel Sanford. nal grandmother is Marcelline the new pastor of Bradford Baptist several area church in the past few

Bradford County Bookmobile whenit 20. He will be assisting in the drive to GRADE 4: Shalene Stephens and Campbell of Hampton. Church. which meets in the years.February.
serves this area on Tuesdays at collect funds for the March of Dimes Stacy Young GRADE 5: Billy Kyle Paternal great grandmother is cafetorium of Southside Elementary will be a month of

the Post Office parking lot from project to combat birth defects. Danielle Hersey, Donald Dick andGene Mary Taibi of Graham. School. witnessing, Bro. Hallgren an-

12:30 to 2:30: p.m. This is a free ser- Hampton Elementary School Birt. GRADE 6: Mark Maternal great grandfather is Following the Sunday evening ser- nounces. Weekly themes will be:
vice to all. Mrs. Kyle Named PrincipalOn Crawford, Joey Hall, Fletcher Clifford Prevail of Hampton. vice, the congregation voted Feb. 9, Witness of Your Heart: Feb.
CondolenceSympathy Monday. Feb. 3, Mrs. Mary Rodgers and !Shailia Stephens. unanimously to elect Brother 16, Witness to A Friend;' Feb. 23:

is extended to the family Ann Kyle assumed her duties as GRADE 7: Wyatt Collins. Hallgren. He and his wife, Brenda. The Witness of Involvement."How's

and friends of Mrs. Julia Wragg of Principal of Hampton Elementary Those receiving ALL A's And B's USDA Commodity are now living Ocala._
were: GRADE 1: Ted Crawford,
St. Petersburg who died recently. School. Louann Hill Kris Hinson, Steve In- Distribution Dates
,
Mrs. Wragg was the mother of Mrs. Mrs. Kyle formerly served as "
Claire Brunetti and had visited here Assistant Principal of Starke nocent Rhoden, Demetrik and Charles Jenkins Woodard., Roy Suwannee River Economic Council I The Family?

with her husband on many occasions Elementary School. Mrs. Kyle's two GRADE 2 Charles Crawford Inc., announces the distributionof I
children are enrolled at H.E.S.; Billy : and USDA commodities. by Ed Kirkland j
Melissa
Ambassador is a fifth grader and Melissa is in Kyle, April Scoggins Commodities must be Ed Kirkland is
Named
Matt Dyal Charlotte Smith. GRADE 3: Julie picked up pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church in Starke. If
Congratulations to Matt (Mat- the second grade. Collins Tim Crews Jennifer only at the sites designated on the you would like to see a specific problem related to family life addressed in
thew) Dyal who was recently named We wish Mrs. Kyle the best in her Darley ,Jennifer Jones Tracy Mc card. You must present your current this column you may write him at the following address: Kingsley Lake
,
1986 Youth Ambassador of the North new position. Cullough, Cory Wright and Wayne card to receive commodities. You or .. [ Baptist Church, Route I, Box 586, Starke,
Central Florida Chapter of the < A-B Honor Roll Crawford., GRADE 4: Adam either 'of two designated alternates ,'t' '. iFlorida/ I 32091.

March of Dimes. Report cards for the third six Crawford Samantha Truman and may pick up the commodities. < His degrees are:

Matthew is the son of David and weeks grading period were sent Kim Wilson., GRADE 5: Della Dube' Special Notes: special days are set "+ 'Bachelor of Science, Arlington Baptist Col-
Lake. He home with children Jan. 28. Those aside for the exclusive distributionto t
Teresa Dyal of Hampton on Cynthia Casner, Beth Kennan and Texas.
was born prematurely on Nov. 9, attaining ALL A's for this period Crystal Wilson. GRADE 6: Melissa the elderly and handicapped. If p i ester of Divinity (M. Div.), Southwestern

1981 Although he is the victim of were: Byrd and T.J. Orton. you have trouble standing, please i i +, Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth,

cerebral palsy, Matt has made GRADE 1: Hope Archey, Alicia On Friday, Feb. 71 students will be .bring a folding lawn chair so you can .{-J Texas.

remarkable progress intellectuallyand Baker, Edward Baker, Jaclyn presented with Certificates for these be more comfortable. ....,. i Immediate Past Position'Minister: to Young
physically, largely due to the Crews, Denyse Edwards, Lisa Mc- honors as well as for Perfect Attendance Distribution sites and dates are as -1 :(' : J Adult Families, Lakeland Baptist Church,
hard work and patience of his Clellan, Jason McCullough, Shaun follows: l' .; r "i Dallas, Texas.

parents and the training of his Muse, Angela Strickland and New Students WEDNESDAY, Feb. 12, Lawtey 1 9\ ,t. Directed all programs for families In-
teachers.AS Randee Varnum. GRADE 2: Tori Among students recently enrollingat Recreation Center, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. I" I eluding family counseling in church of about

youth Ambassador Matt has Hersey and Alex Stephens. GRADE the school are: Kindergarten THURSDAY, Feb. 13, Old RJE 1800 average attendance.
received publicity in the Gainesville 3: Christina Broome, C.K. Fuqua, Peter Aguinaldo; first graders Shan, School 10:30-4: p.m. (Special Day) Personal information:' married, 4 year old

non Aguinaldo, Amanda Glenn and FRIDAY, Feb. 14, Old RJE School, 9 | son and one due in February.
. School Lunch MenusFeb. a.m.-l:30 p.m.TUESDAY .
Jennifer Glenn; fourth grader Jason
--- - ---- -- - -- --- Feb. 18, HAMPTON Ci-
Wednesday : Hamburger gravy meshed Glenn; and seventh grader Luke ty Hall, 10 a.m.-2:30 Conflict in the Home
potatoes, mixed vegetables, pineapple topped Morgan. Peter and Shannon formerly p.m.
10-14( cake hot rolls, milk. lived in Virginia Beach. Amanda WEDNESDAY, Feb. 19, BROOKERCity Everyone wants to have peaceful familylife.
Bradford Elt>m. & :Middle School Thursday: Sloppy Joe on bun, trench fries applesauce Jennifer and Jason originally livedin Hall, 10a.m.-l:30 p.m. They want to be missed when they are

Munilu\ Beer.a.roni, cheese Mix green beans, Friday: Pizza, cookie buttered milk. corn,garden salad,fruit Texas, and Luke transferred from WEDNESDAY, Feb. 19, SPEED- I away. They want a sanctuary from the daily
apple crisp. hoi rolls, milk jello cinnamon roll, milk Lake Butler. VILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist, 10 cares of life they. can come home to, always
Tur.il.>. Chicken, & rice, cheese stix turnip New Arrival a.m.-l:30: p.m. Rev. Ed Kirkland welcome.
greens. peaches cookie, cornbread milk. A-la-Carte Please bring a box or bag to put However far too often the home becomes
mashed milkshakesO.J., Diana Karlene Griffis ,
MrilnrHria : Hamburger gravy Monday: Hamburgers, pizza, commodities In.
potatoes. buttered green peas pudding biscuits french fries.Tuesday David and Charlene Griffis are the your more of a battleground than a retreat. Many times, couples feel the on-
milk : Corndogn, pizza, french. fries. proud parents of a baby daughter, ly option is seek a divorce and trust that will end the problem.
Thurkiluv : FrIed chicken rice & gravy garden milkshakes! 0 J. ethos
salad. fruit, cup. hot rolls, mIlk. Wednesday: Cheeseburgers, pizza french fries, Diana Karlene. She was born Jan. 25 BE MY VALENTINE No one married expecting to get a divorce. But, you already
lrlfttt : Pizza cabbage slaw buttered corn O J., milkshakes. at Alachua General in Gainesville, Hallmark Cards from know the obvious result. People resort to this because they want peace
banana. ice cream mIlk.Bradford Thursday: Pizza. french fries, hamburgers, weighing 7 Ibs. 12 oz. and measuring The Office Shop in their family relationships at all costs. So, let's examine some simple

High School OJ. milkshakes.Friday: Cheeseburgers corndogs, trench fries, 20 3/4 inches. She joins her six year 110 W. Call St. steps you can take to add harmony in your family relationships if they
Monday Spaghetti w/meat sauce cheese Mix, OJ. milkshakes old brother, Keith. All cards In Stock feel strained.

green Turmla"beans Chicken apple nuggi-u/sauce crisp hot rolls,baked milk. beans, Each day students have choice.of a hot lunch, Paternal grandparents are R.G. 25% Off First, the obvious place to begin is with yourself. Often in a conflict
cabbage> slaw key lime pie biscuits, milk. salad bar or they may purchase a-la-cane. and Julia Griffis of Graham. Mater- Sat., Feb.8 ONLY situation, one person wants to change another. Since no one can be
forced to change their habits, this only results in additional conflict.

Instead of trying to change your partner, take a long look at
yourself. Try to be objective about your own behavior. If you feel you
. Public NoticesIN mlnlstrative Offices, MIl: North TempleAvenue NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO cannot be then
Florida. objective, seek out a friend you can trust and ask for
Starke,
REGISTER their help. See if there are mistakes you are making without realizing
Copies of this proposed Pupil Progressslon
FICTITIOUS NAME it. You must there is before
acknowledge a problem you can improve
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR day, Feb. 17, 1986, at 10.00: o'clock A.M., Plan may be obtained at th. School Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida it.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, Board Offices, between 7:30 a.m. and Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Second after have
examined
you yourself, try to pick a time can
PROBATE DIVISIONFile Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at 4:30: p.m., Monday through Friday. undersigned, James G. Walker and W.P. you
talk with your husband or wife about findings. Communication is
This I I. In compliance with the Florida your
Number 86.2.CPDivl.lon 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville. Fla.. one Dorvln lolnt owner, doing business
essential to reduce conflict. Silence in home is almost
1.3701 lot of antennas consigned to Seafarer Statutes, Chapter 120.54 as enacted by under the firm name of Starke Chrysler- a always inter-

IN RE ESTATE OF Marine Supply, Largo, Fla., to satisfy the 1974 Florida legislature. Plymouth-Dodge, Inc., d/b/a North preted as negative.To .
MARIAN L. CROSBY, freight and storage charges, under the 2/6 21chg 2/13 Florida Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge.' Inc., break that silence about the problem, make a date with each
Deceased provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Intends to register said fictitious name other. Get out of the house, away from family and friends and simply
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Standard Bill of lading. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH under the aforesaid statute. share your feelings with your partner. Don't tell them all the things

administration of the Estate of Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrl.r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Dated this 4th day of February A.D., they are doing wrong, but share with them your feelings about the
Marian L. Crosby deceased File 2.680975 did 11/24/85 BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. 1986 in Bradford County. relationship, and your desires for it. This alone often does a world of

Number 86-2.CP. Division 13701. is pending 2/6 2tchg 2/13 CASE NO. 86-04-CP(1-3703)( ) 2/6 4tchg 2/27 good in resolving the conflict.
In the Circuit Court for Bradford Third, if you agree to work at reducing conflict in your home, then
County. Florida, Probate Division, the AUCTION NOTICE IN RE: The Estate of sit down together and list exactly what is upsetting each of you. Try
address of which is Bradford County NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday JOSEPH A, SCANLAN NOTICE OF not to evaluate them, just list them. When you do this, it will give you
Courthouse, Post Office Drawer B, Feb. 17, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M., Deceased SHERIFFS SALE some specific goals to work for. Select those things which can be improved -
Starke Florida 32091. The names andoddr..s. the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. the easiest and begin the changes.
.. of the personal representative Inc., will sell at public auction for cash al administration of the Estate of Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County Fourth, reserve a regular night together alone. Make it once a
and the personal representative'sattorney 2600 Lloyd Rd.,, Jacksonville, Fla., one JOSEPH A. SCANLAN Deceased File Florida under and by virtue of Writ of month, if possible. Get together for dinner, or just out of the house to
are set forth below. lot of switchboard diet rack stl w/o fittings No. B6-04-CP ((1-3703)). Is pending in the Execution to-wit: discuss how you each feel things are going. This will set up an
All ,interested persons are required to consigned to Basic Communications. Circuit Court for Bradford County Execution issued out of County Courtof automatic release valve so pressure does not have to build up in your
file, with this court. WITHIN THREE MON Port Charlotte Fla., to satisfy Florida Probate Division the address of Bradford County Florida pursuant to home and marriage. .
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS and under the for B & M Starter and
freight storage charges which is Bradford County Courthouse, a final Judgm.nt
Finally not to of.
are constructive
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Stork., Florida 32091. Generator Co of Starke, Florida and of action deal you conflict spmajypq plan'(<>v" ,
to with
your then see someone who can help .
and ((2)) any objection by an Interested Standard Bill of lading. The names and addresses of the personal against Herman Schoening d/b/a ,
person on whom this notice was served Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier representative and the personal Schoenlng Safety Service, defendant In you. It is amazing- will often go to our doctor at any sign of
that challenges the validity of the will 01.665954 dtd 12/16/85 representative's attorney are set forth the amount of $439.27, together with physical illness, yet we will let our relationships go all the way to a
the qualifications of the personal 2/6 2tchg 2/13 below. costs of collection divorce and often never seek help.

representative. venue or jurisdiction of Interested persons are required to Hove seized and have in my possession Remember, conflict in your home is not "just the war.it is." Nor
the court. file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. the following described personal does it have to remain that way. You can develop that 'sanctuary"
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT AUCTION NOTICE THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS property to.wit: you want and need if both of you will take some simple steps to resolve
that Monday
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTICE, Feb. 10.Is hereby 1986 at given 10:00 o'clock on A.M.-, NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Stand-up tool box with 21 drawers Including the problem.

Publication of this notice has begun on the undersigned Gator Freightwoys, and ((2)) any objection by an Interested mechanics' tools, approximately
January 30 1966. person to whom notice was mailed that 170 assorted wrenches, one 52-plece RICHARD L. SWYGART has made op-- ,
Inc.. will sell at auction for cash at
Personal public drive socket assorted drill bits, plication for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for
Representative: Florida challenges the validity of the will the .t. )
2600 Rd. Jacksonville,
A. L CROSBY. JR. Lloyd qualifications of the personal representative sockets, ratchets, pliers screwdrivers, Radio Tower allowed In any classification '""
932 West Butler Road one lot of electronics consigned to venue, or jurisdiction of the and assorted tool pieces.As with special exception to the Bradford 7
Record A Call of Hialeah, Florida to 0
STork. Florida 32091 Court. the property of the above named County Board of Adjustments on

Attorney for Personal Representative: under satisfy the freight provisions, and of storage Section charges 4b) of, ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT defendant and that on Monday the 3rd property that It classified OR and 0, .. .. .
EUGENE F. SHAW SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. day of March, 1986 at two o'clock on described below:
92S-E North Temple Ave. Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Inc.. Publication of this Notice has begunon said day on the premises of the Bradford Located one-half mile West of Post Office HAPPY
Starke. Florida 32091 Gator Freightways. January 30 1986. County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell at Graham on Ct. Rd. 18 and offon.BIRTHDAY
((904)) 964-5200 dtd 1211851302tchg26 CarrierPro. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative to the highest bidder for cash In hand half mile North of Rd. 18, six .
02-684362
) 30 2tchg 2/6 : the above described property of said parcel 00901-A-00700 In Section 19, Tina Wheeler
1
TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.P. defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Township 7 South Range 21 East
O. Drawer 40 The Bradford County Board of Adjustments Love,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH AUCTION NOTICE that Monday Starke, Florida 32091 Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff will conduct a public hearing Randy & Randallat
NOTICE is
hereby given on
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR ((904)) 964-8272 Bradford County, Florida their regular meeting h.ld on Tuesday -
,
o'clockA.M.
Feb. 1986, 10 00
10 at :
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Gator Freightways, By: JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. 2/6 4tchg 2/27 February 25, 1986, at 7:30 p.m. In /
the
undersigned
Case No. 86-22 Personal the Council Room of City Hall on Thompson
Inc., will sell at public auction for cosh at Representative:
Street, Starke, Florida. At this time,
of GEORGIA K. SCANLAN
The
IN RE Marriage 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Florida
all will be heard this
ROY W. LLOYD. Sandcos- 326 S. Water Street NOTICE OF PROPOSED persons concerning
lot of chairs consigned to
Husband one Starke. Fla. 32091 ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY application as specified In the Zoning
Fla.. to satisfy
tie Interiors Destin
Codes of Bradford /
CITY COMMISSION County.
1/30 2tchg 2/6
and under the
freight and storage charges
STARKE FLORIDA L.M. Gaines, Director
IRENE C. LLOYD of Section 4b( ) of Uniform
provisions '"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Itchg 2/6
Wife, proposed
Standard Bill, of -
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO Lading.Gator Frelghtways IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH Ordinance, whose title
: ROY W. LLOYD. Carrier JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD. hereinafter appears, will be consideredfor

ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Pro. 14.658355 dtd 10/17/85 FORD COUNTY FLORIDA final enactment on the 18th day of ...
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action 1/30 2tchg 2/6 February, A.D., 1986. at the City Commission
for dissolution of marriage has been CASE NO. 85451CA meeting commencing at 7:30
filed, against you and you are required to IN RE: The Marriage Of p.m., In the City Hall 209 N. Thompson
serve a copy of your written defenses, if AUCTION NOTICE WALTER GARNER, Street Starke, Florida.A .
to It. on the Petitioner's/Wife' attorney NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon Husband copy of sold ordinance may be Inspected 0\Y !
any whose name and address Is: day Feb. 10 1986 at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. and by any member of the public at rt P! !
JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. the undersigned. Gator Freightways, RHONDA L. GARNER, the Office of the City Clerk In the City
TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.P. Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Wife Hall, Starke, Florida. On the date first
O. Drawer 40 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville, Florida. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO above-mentioned all Interested parties for Valentine's Day
Starke, Florida 32091 one lot of Pool Parts (defective) consigned : WALTER GARNER may appear and be heard with respectto
((904)) 964-8272 to Kreepy Krawley, Plantation 2705 Rivervlew Avenue this proposed Ordinance.AN Buy One Breakfast
and file, the original with the Clerk of the Florida to satisfy freight and storage McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132 ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION
above styled court on or before March charges, under the provisions of Section NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition 11.9 OF THE CITY OF STARKE CODE OF 'tGet Second of SameCatfish's
12 1986: otherwise, a judgment may be 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. for Dissolution of Marriage has ORDINANCES TO REQUIRE MANDATORY E ..
entered against you for the relief Gator Frelghtwoys. Inc. been filed and you are required to serve CONNECTION WITH PUBLIC' SEWERS dgMN.pRI

demanded in the Petition. CarrierPro. a copy of your written objections, If any, WITHIN 365 DAYS OF NOTIFICATION: TAO.OU11/2
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said .08 666828 did 12/12/85 on RANDY KAMMER-PHILLIPS whose address ALLOWING THE CITY COMMISSION TO } _Plic.e. WWUb1ud : _
Court on this 23rd day of January 1986. l/302tchg2/6 Is THREE RIVERS LEGAL SERVICES WAIVE MANDATORY CONNECTIONSWHEN
GILBERT S. BROWN. CLERK INC., 309 N.E. First Street Gainesville, IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST AND AP. Sandwich Shoppe
By Deputy Clerk Florida 32601, who Is Wife's attorney PROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
1304tchg220AUCTION NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO on or before, February 14, 1986, and file HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES; 107 E. Call Street e 964-4524
REGISTER the original with the Clerk of this Court.lth.r AND PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE -
FICTITIOUS NAME Petitioner' DATE.
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida before service on attorney ----......_.................... ... .. ..
NOTICE or Immediately thereafter; By: Terence M. Brown .1.-
NOTICE it hereby given that on Mon- Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the otherwise a Default will be entered Terence Brown, P.A.

day, Feb. 17, 1986. at 10:00: o'clock A.M., undersigned Frank Young Enterprises.Inc. against you for the relief demanded In 486N. T.mpl.Av.nu.
the undersigned Gator Frelghtwoys. ., sole owner doing business under the Petition. Storke, Florida
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at the firm name of Frank Young Accountant WITNESS my hand and seal of this Itchg 2/6 GED TESTEarn

2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla.. one Intends to register said fictitious Court on the 16th day 61 January, 1986
lot of Candle glo Centerpiece consignedto name under the aforesaid statute. at Starke, Bradford County Florida. BE MY VALENTINE
Dated this :29th day of January, A.D.,
Imperial Flat Lauderdale Lakes, Fl.. GILBERT S. BROWN
Hallmark Cards
to satisfy freight and storage charges, 1986, In Bradford County. 2/64tchg 2/27 Clerk of the Circuit Court The Office Shop from your high school diploma by taking
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Marian McRae
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Deputy Clerk All erg cards W. Call In Stock St. the GED Test. For further informationcall

Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc., Carrier 1/23 4tchg 2/13
Pro. -689649 dtd 12/19/85 INVITATION TO BID 25% Off 964-6150. The deadline for registering
2/6 2tchc 2/13 The City of Starke' is receiving sealed Sat., Feb. ONLY
bids for the repair of the Marley cooling is February 14 1986. Testing dates and
,
the
AUCTION NOTICE tower, model 1354-602, located at I
NOTICE I I. hereby given that on Mon Municipal Power Plant. : times are as follows :
10:00 o'clock A.M.. Bids will be received the City Cl.rk'sOffice LPGAS
day, Feb. 17, 1986 at :
bid at 6:30: ,
until opening p.m.
the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, 18. 1986. Specifications OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 AM 8:30: PM
Inc., will sell al public auction for cash at Tuesday, February Feb.
&
obtained at Storks City Hallor Convenience StorewtSttm 17 18 Feb. 19
2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., on. may be e let Gasolneft Diesel Fuel RV Supplies
lot of WRLS Remote VHS consigned to by calling ((904)) 964.5027.262tchg 2/13

Skaggi Appliance, Ft. Pierce, Fla., to
satisfy freight and storage charges, l 1:00: p.m. 6:30: p.m.
under the provisions of Section 4b) of I
Standard Bill of Lading. PUBLIC HEARINGThe 3:00: 8:15
Uniform Carrier Bradford County School Board p.m. : p.m.pa. ; .
Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc..
01-664889 dtd 12/10/85 Storke. Florida, will hold a Public Hear ? stSeN 6:30: p.m.
2/6 2tchg 2/13 ing on the Proposed Pupil Progression U\iO\\ .::.n_ -
Plan. Board Rule 6Gx4-4.20. on February C STARE AJ l I / 8:15 p.m.
AUCTION NOTICE 17. 1986 at 7 p.m. In the School BoardRoom KO i uKAMPG964-8484'

NOTICE I I. hereby given that on Mon. of the Bradford District School Ad-



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DAY Meetings... Medicine Show...

The local chapter of the Disabled Sunshine Industries and the Crops Weather Freeze in Good Shape I
W0iLflolin American Veterans meet every second Bradford Association for Retarded
Thursday of the month at the Citizens will sponsor the ever- -
I Pratt Street Recreation Center. popular Tommy Scott's Old Time "Things look pretty good out before the freeze, Taylor said. Christmas, then the 36 -to 48-l:}>our
, .-. There is a covered dish supper at Medicine Show Tuesday, Feb. 18 in there," said County Agent Bobby Poultry growers got through the freeze with temperatures down to
I 7 p.m The meeting is at 7:30: p.m. the Bradford High School Taylor after touring area crop fields cold snap all right, and many had the single digits simply left
1 Events for Chris. Auditorium. Showtime is set for following the Jan. 28 four to five just moved their chickens out of the everything laying limply on the
..
Senior Citizens... 7:30: pm. hours freeze. barns, so the timing was good. ground.
I Hot Dogs and Homemade Chili Come in the activities of An entertaining mixture of Strawberries look good. There The little bit of cold weather the "We're back to kinda normal,"
Sale for Chris. Bradford Square Senior Join Center needlework nostalgia with magic acts and were some bloom which was killed, area has undergone previously this Taylor points out, with winter more
Saturday, Feb 8, from 10 a.m. your exercises: etc., sharpshooting with music and a but no fruit to be ruined, so growers year prepared the crops for the cold like it used to be. Even if there is a
I Benefit Basketball game, Saturday, macrame The Center, is bingo, visit by "Gong the Gorilla", the didn't lose anything. If the current weather, Taylor points out. So, the 4 hard freeze here, like in Christmasof
Feb. 15 : .m., BUS gym. open Monday. show has been one of the principalfund waRM weather continues it won't to 5 hour freeze the night of Jan. 27 1903, local growers should come
.
Waldo Softball Tournament and and through is located Friday behind, 8:30: a the m to 4pm., raisers for the Association for take long to for the bloom to come and morning of Jan. 28, when out a lot better because the plants

Fish Friday, Saturday, Feb. 15, at thouse the of Grand new cour-and the past four years. back. temperatures dipped to the have had a chance to aclimate to the
Waldo Ball Park. See Page 4-A for on corner Tickets are $3 per person and After thawing out, it looked as if 20-degree area here, didn't hurt cold weather.
further details. Georgia Streets.director Contact Peggy may be purchased at the Starke the greens would be OK,said Taylor, plants as it would have had it been Taylor says he and Market'
Barnett, center 964-4545 Chamber of Commerce or at Sun- although the cold might give them a warm right up to the freeze. Manager Bob Allen are still workingon
for more information. shine Industries before the show or slightly bitter taste. Buddy Normanwas That's what happened back in the getting some activity on the
Fish Supper... Pre-Retirement: at the door. Call 964-7699 for more harvesting greens to get as Christmas freeze of 1983 It had been farmer's market here, but there is
information. many out of the field as he could unseasonably warm right up to nothing definite to report vet.First .
A benefit supper for the late Fred Learn By Mail... ...
Bennett is set from 5:30-7 p.m.
! Saturday, Feb. 15, at Lawtey Retirement years can be a great
Square Dance...
Elementary School. phase of life. It affords the oppor-
J The menu is fried or smoked tunity to do all of those things you There is a square dance the first
i mullet, baked beans, slaw, and never had time to do while working Saturday of every month at the Baia NOW OPEN as
hush puppies. Tickets: Adults $3, Kingsley Lake Civic Center.
Children, under 12, $2. Planning for retirement, 5:30: p.m., covered dish supper.
Live entertainment will feature: however, is a major consideration. 6:30: p.m. workshop.
Wanted Alive, the LWCI C&W It can make the difference between 8 p.m., mainstream square Choice Pizza and Subs
Band, and Southern Pride enjoying those leisure years or dance.

Bluegrass. struggling through them. Caller: Ken Perez. 1601 N. Temple Avenue (Hwy. 301)) Starke, Florida
Advance tickets available at Mit- It is never too early to begin I
chell's Drug Store in Starke, the planning, especially if you are look (Across from Kentucky Fried Chicken)
Trail Restaurant in Lawtey. ing at retirement in five or 10
years. The Extension Service is offering Free Blood Check.
..
a six part LearnByMailseries CALL AHEAD FOR TAKE-OUT SERVICE
Expecting... to assist in preparing for A free blood pressure check will
retirement. Information will be be given the first Tuesday of every
There Is still room for expectant sent to your home for your conve- month from 1-4 p.m. in the Brad- ; 'f' '
mothers to enroll in prenatal nience.If ford High Library ; : : 196472341'T: :
classes which began Feb. 3 and will A registered .
interested, contact the Extension nurse will issue ;;<9 ,
run for five weeks at the Vo-Tech Office, phone 964-6280, Ext. blood pressure cards, record ..... ':t. .. _
Center in Starke. Phone 964-6150 for readings and check ; '
284. your pulse. .
more Information. ..... -.. "" _
I Sessions Include prenatal

development, nutrition for mother -..+. .. St
.
and baby, breathing techniques In IlL'.... "
labor and adjusting to the new t.
family member. February Thursday

6,7,8 Friday

Farm Planning...
1986 Saturday
A special workshop has been set
, for farm families in Bradford,
I Union, Baker, Columbia, Duval,
Nassau and Clay Counties at the
Agricultural Center on highway 90
in Macclenny on Wednesday, Feb. 1n
12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This workshop is titled "Putting
the Family First in Farm Plann-
ing." All interested people are invited -
to attend this workshop. G Y .
I For further information, please
call your county extension agent-
Union County 496-2321, Bradford
County9646280..
Pecan Fertilizer
WILD BIRD SEED Special American

Electric Club... $ -J-J50 UNION,9 Made /
L Bird-Kited" with a light vegetable 16-16-16 100 Ibs. )
"I
Inc. and the
Clay Electric Co-op, combination --- ---- -- -- ---- -- -- .
oil containing a special ry" .
jointly Bradford sponsoring County 4-H a short-term Office are 4-H ,1Ri( of nutrients and vitamins. A, D3, TON DISCOUNT BY THE TRUCK tf :: /

Electric Club. Ne'cI calcium and iodine 50 LBS. -J''L #',
The first meeting will be held on s 1.10 a
s Sib Wild Bird Seed Reg1.25 $180Ba, # "i '
Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 3:30: p.m. at

the Bradford County Agricultural 20 Ib Wild Bird Seed..Reg4. 3 .4.35 ;:--------CAT--------.D----7.: : : :: .. I
Centerin-Starlce-at th -fairgr unds' ; PRUNING SHEARS

on US-301. The club will meet each 2 Ib Sunflower Seed Peg 1.13 .98 FOOD $400 One.piece, steel blade and handle
Wednesday with the last 10 Ibs. Safoly lock Pouch
Marc $443
'" ----- --- -- 27
scheduled for Wednesday, -' LOPPING SHEARS Reg$5
19. r j' Time to VaccinateHorses/ Power grip handles Teflon coaled blades $588
Dr George Woodward, retired Carbon steel blade $ Safety lock Pouch 9P0g$700
educator, and Mr. Charles Hut- Now Reg$1180 g88.
cheson, public relations managerfor
.21 length Adjustable anvil BOW SAW S/I8B
Electric will serve as club
Clay d
leaders. .,,, $ 2 |i n Encephal TC 1 Dose Reg$8 86 $788 : 21 Tubular blade: sleel'Irame Reg 5 89nno
To join the 4-H Electric Club, call a
964-6280. ext. 224 4-H is open to \ -
anyone between the ages of 8-18 monsey
regardless of race, creed, color,
sex, religion or national origin. t ELASTIC
ELASTIC \

Gator .. BIRD FEEDERS SP E e\A'- \ ROOF Slicks to SEALER.surfaces SEALfJlfc
Banquet. Custom built and assembled iii}r, ,,;r++, wet
The annual Galen Hall Banquet '. Full'4: inch western red cedar" nut}" 1 gal 5 gdl -..j"j"i|
of the Starke Gator QuarterbackClub for strength and all weather \ I0 ;.\ :h .'
is set Friday, Feb. 14, in the .I protection Easy to fill R' Ii) 388 1288
National Guard Armory on Ed- t I % Acrylic glass viewing panel .:'W .. Reg$499 Reg$1699ALUMINUM -
wards Road. i ., 7lb. A1U i""f -|
Albert, the Gator mascot; the x Feeder $1425 pE .Qtt.. ALUMINUM
Gator cheerleaders, coaches and
ROOF
/ 17.95
Reg ROOF COATING
senior players are slated to attendthe cooKmeow. COATING
Starke banquet. \ 4lb. a ... 5gal.1
6:30: p.m. social, 7:30: p.m. dinner. Re9e1095 $795 .0"erlrOI1\0"e Waterproofs I
arry
Tickets, $13 per person, may be 140 taste c \ er ,-J.; u 4ksbetter I Insulates 2788
purchased from Hazel Hardy at l00d to than oe,,, P(S rr.f!,. Reg$36.99
Charley E. Johns Insurance Agency '\ I : '
131 S. Walnut St.; Ada Reddish, LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION owe9etabteal' : "" :
964-7910 or Leila's Dress Shop at '' ta'uoNCiaurteastFor \
Bradford Square. The club requeststhat Fruit Trees, Ornamentals, Roses ,/ M 4
tickets be purchased prior to winter clean-up spray $R88 .Gps'Excellent J j!
Feb. 10.Incoming. Controls blossom blight,powdery mildew, w;, .> !!
officers are: Cliff sscuarrr rust mites scales and other pests. I 1(1
Chapman, president; Larry White, u..w
vice-president; Marty Barry, $O1O(36( peg$7'95 Pre-curved t
I treasurer; Ada Reddish, secretary.
New membership cards are %


I available. New members are Reg 3.45 Reg 4.85

welcome. Split leather outseam Rayon pile lining
NC% ,, Rust color with matching, palm patch

Upcoming... tb =_r ELECTRIC I ,, 1 Patented pre.curved design and set.In $1 O 44
Butterfly Shirred wrist for snug ht. Reg$11.95
The Bradford School Board will
meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, ina FENCE
work session and special
meeting. A topic will be the civil ; WIRE CHAINSAW

rights law suit against the school r 17 gauge Hot galvanizing7, *

board. A for a long trouble free life after POWER
oA BHS alumni association is being installation STUD T-POSTS
by Principal Al Y MAC
organized 6' studded with 6V4' studded with
.5 mile .25 mile
Rother. First meeting will be Mon-
clips 1 25 Ibs. clips 1.25 Ibs. 310
day, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. in the BHS $ 88 $744
library. All BHS alumni are invitedto r 14 $498 $018 21 cubic inch

attend. i. Reg$16.95 Reg$7 79 Ron 9,14 Reg 2.45 I engine((35 cc)
The first school-wide spellingbee '% 18 16 bar and -
is set Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 9:30 ELECTRIC FENCE CONTROLLER je 0 chain assembled l r?
a.m. at Starke Elementary. The 0 Electronic ignitionAnilvibration
spell down will eventually end witha Universal 5000 Solid State r j
county spelling bee champion. 115 V A.C.with one-amp fuse only system
The Brooker Town Council PKIFFFRTHEADGATES, Charges 7 to 10 miles of fence line
meets Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 7:30: .:u17} with a constant reliable pulse rate hIIII
pin in city hall. Ideal for strip grazing and predator I II111
The Hampton Town Council Standard headgate Front exit control Use as trainer with optional t
meets Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. chute gate Easy entry and walk p" trainer attachment
in city hall.oAmerlcan. through exit All connections
Legion Post 56 and' Fast release $' 6588 recessed for safety. s 88
the Legion Auxiliary is to meet Automatic

Tuesday Feb. 11. Supper 6:30 p.m., attachment available Reg$t $59.95 $5388 Peg$239.99
Auxiliary meeting 7 p.m., Post
meeting 8 p.m 18WINCHESTER '
The Board of Governors of the By Fair Grounds

Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- U.S. 301' North Starke
merce is set to meet Thursday, Season-end clearance.
Feb. 13, at 12:15: p.m. in the SFCC WILDCAT 22 Limited Quantities. ". 964-7871
Starke Center Board Room. & WUuiaciKtr SOboxIxwIMcrtw / 1.94' .99 U.S. 301 N.
o A meeting of the Lawtey Little .
8.88
League is set Thursday, Feb. 13, at 20/box 10.30
Patrol Station GOLD
7:30: p.m. Iaiiso-12Cciav? 20/box 11.20 9.44 Hwy KI5TSM
o A meeting of Chapter 61 of the ....IIIIfIIdSlup 5/box/ 2.59 '2.04 I! !II
Disabled Veterans is set Thursday, _..is. i
Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m. There will be '"' : Siptrm lignumBucUM/ 5Ibox 2.85 '2.44 ...
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These students at Southside Elementary made straight A's on their
report cards for the second grading period.
From left to right on the first row kneeling: Rosella Smith Katrlna
Yeomans.Trent Patterson Sean Connaughton Amy Long,Tara Casey
Kara Andrews, Karlyn Bailey, Erica Chastain Christy Wooley and
'y'1 ftp Lorenzo Blount.In .
the second row from left to right: BIllie Jo Mullis, Betty Gleason
Josh Brewer MollyO'Neal.Lindsay Walkup Julie Ponder Amy Rankin,
Bethany Lee, Brlttony Hula Brad Barber, Carl Elder,Jasen Wilkinson,
Jason Canova and Kevin Mueller.
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These Southside Elementary students! made straight AN on their report : i ir 1j 1
cards for the third six week grading period.
From left to right in the front row: Troy Lamonte, Scott Thrift, Jason L j
Libby, Amy Long, Monica Busby, HoselU Smith, Katrina Etonians, '
Trent Patterson Sean Connaughton Lee Gillis, \ngie White, Paul Chen, y F 1P j
Tara Casey, Kara Andrews, Karlyn Bailey and Nicholas Smith \
On the second row: Jennifer Canaday Amy Rankin, Nanny Krutnpton _
Leslie Folsom, Josh Brewer, !Mary Dunn Bethany lee, Brittany Bula
April :Mosely, Tract! Thomas. Kerri I'ackham Julia Poiuier. I I.Iml..ayWalkup
Brad Barber, Carl Rider Jasen Wilkinson and Steven llaynes.On !.
the third row: Holly Hatcher :Melanie Trimble, Amie Grlffi ,Jason
Greene Byron Lee,Jason Canova and Jeff Johns.Rachel .
Coleman, Tim Armentrout and :Matt Ocluni were absent


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Tornado cagers evened their BUS 59, Palatka 56 rte.
season record at 8-8 with two victories _
.. this past week a 70-54 Bradford had a 12 point lead but .
shellacking or Interlachen High last Palatka cut it down to one point, .
Friday night,and then held off a late 57-56,with 24 seconds to play,but the .
charge by Palatka here Tuesday Tornadoes finally made a couple of
night, Feb.4, for a 59-56 win. free throws to win 59-56 over Class
The big difference is the play of 6-4 4A Palatka High in the BUS gym Mtr
Patrick Diggs, who Is coming alivein Tuesday night, Feb. 4.
his It is the only meeting this year bet
II ... second year of BUS basketball
ween the two
"A real pleasant thing to hap- schools.
pen to us,"says Coach Jay Godwin. Levi Simmons led BUS scoring
Diggs had 16 rebounds 2 steals with 17 points, Herbie Cooper had 14
IIIii recovered two loose balls to go along points, Simon Mitchell had 13 points ll r. Lfi'
.. with his 17 points against In agaisnt Palatka. Mitchell had five
terlachen. assists,Simmons four.
Against Palatka a team with BUS led 14-12after the first period.
= three tall boys to compete with At the half BHS had built the lead to
a Diggs and Herbie Cooper, Diggs, a five points, 27-22, by beatingt .
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junior,still scored 7 points and had 8 Palatka 13-10 It was 14-14 in the ..
-' rebounds. third quarter, and Palatka won the P'
:-' Against Interlachen, the BHS five fourth period 2018. .... "
_. really got on the boards, and got BHS played a tight and conser- ( :
4 three or four shots most of the timeto vative 3-2 zone defense, using three
make up for a poor night of guards along with forwards Diggs
shooting. and Cooper, Excellent floor games
1 Against Palatka the Tornado five were turned in by Simon Mitchell
took the ball inside, getting into the and Levi Simmons who had the job
7.. paint before shooting. Their field of bring the basketball upcourt
goal and free throw shooting was against a Palatka press in the fourth
about 50 percent.Plus,Diggs with 8, period.
4.L.'J and Cooper, with 10, got their shareof The officials allowed Palatka to
the rebounds against the tall really battle for the basketball.BHS
Palatka team. floor mistakes and missed free
.,. throws in
critical one-and-one situa-
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"If we can continue to get more
Panthers
to catch up. The BUS zone
ArInside 't than 10 rebounds per gfame out of forced Palatka to shoot over it or to
Pat we will be in contention," says penetrate.Palatka has good athletes
Coach Godwin. "If Pat isn't a factor who
can shoot and they almost pull-
BHS is demensional '' Photol ky-*Frtallln
a
one team,
ed the game out with their coming Mover...
says Godwin. from behind effort.
1 With BUS up just one point, 57-56 BUS guard Simon Mitchell had one of his better games against Palatka I
Upcoming... Cecil Jackson finally- hit two free Tuesday night as the Tornadoes scored an important 3A victory.

BHS plays Friday, Feb. 7,at Mid- .. See Page 3
.. dleburg.Saturday,Feb.8, BHS goesto -
Eastside. Next Tuesday, Feb. 11,
BHS goes to Lake Butler.
Power. All three opponents are tough. "If
Levi Simmons was a force under the basket against Palatka Tuesday we can win two of those three TERWILLEGAR
night scoring some crucial buckets for the Tornadoes on break-away ames, we'll really be doing a good ..
layups and showing the crowd some fine inside moves. job," says Coach Godwin.
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I Children Influenced by Type of Clothing They Wear i

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by Dlann Douglas Clothing should not be chosen wmch support the child's weight, Permitting children to help select Children have definite likes and restrict this process. A child's
B/U Home Economist merely for the pleasure of an adult should br worn by one child only. some of their clothing: (with dislikes concerning clothes. clothing should be similar to that
Children are influenced more by who enjoys making the child an object Clothes provide children with guidance) gives them an opportunity Most children like: worn by their playmates. Wearing
the clothes they wear, than adults of display. A child's physical many opportunities to learn through to express themselves and to gain what other children wear helps
may relize. Clothes are very Impor- development progresses rapidly and touch and sight. They can learn cob confidence in coordination. This in- dressing themselves develop a feeling of belonging and a
tant to children.What clothes should be fitted so that thereis ors, numbers, letters and other objects creases their feelings of ownership, pockets feeling of being part of a group.
they wear affects their feel- room for growth-essential for when used as designs or appli responsibility and independence. cute appliques Clothes contribute to a child's
ings, movement, motor skill comfort, freedom of action and good ques.Children. Clothes should give a child a sense light and bright colors disposition. A child's clothing may
development, social interaction, In- posture. It should be so comfortablethat can learn to recognizeand of security. If a child feels awkwardor dressing like other children help to develop color sense.
dependence,self concept and safety. a child is not really conscious of use many different types of different from others due to inap- having their "own" garments For further information on child
Clothes can help make childhood a their clothing. closures when learning to dress by propriate clothes, negative per helping to choose their clothing development or clothing needs, con-
delightful period, so planning a themselves. Clothing should be sonality traits such as resentmentand being comfortable tact the Bradford County
child's wardrobe is a very important Each child's walk and posture are selected that requires little or no feelings of inferiority may Play develops a sense of sociability Cooperative Service, IFAS, (exten
They should be selected to be characteristic his/hers. Shoes, assistance from an adult. result. in children. Clothing should not sion).
appropiate, becoming, healthful,
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Nikki Gfovanl

coming Feb. 11

The internationally known poet
Nikki Giovani will be the visiting
poet at Lake City Community College -
and will do a public reading of
her work on Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 8
p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.
The reading is free to the public
and a reception will follow
Giovanni's reading and question and
answer session.Giovanni's .
impact on black
American literature has been Immediate -
and electric. Some of her
best known poetry collections In- OAmerica's
clude Black Feeling Black Talk
1968, Black Judgement 1969, My
House 1972,and The Women and The
Men 1975.
She has also made six recordings
of her poetry and is recognized as a Supermarket.
dynamic and energetic speaker. Her
book Gemini 1971 was nominated for
the National Book Award. ...,
Nikki Giovanni graduated froms PRICES GOOD (" .0 BRAND
Fisk University and has taught at THURS. WED.. ..
Queens College and at Rutgers
University.Her FEBRUARY 6-12, 1986 _

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evening reading Giovanni will con-
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Union County School System which OAK. LAKE CITY GAINESVILLE, HIGH SPRINGS,
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be available beginning Monday,
Jan. 27, from the Game and Fresh ROAST PICNICS


office.Water"This Fish year Commission's six separate hunts Lake City will 88c $149 $ -177. 79cftR

be offered with the first occurring 3 ., '..
March 3-4" said Art Stockle, Lft Le
,
wildlife biologist for the Commis- .
sion's northeast region. x .
Hunters will be selected from a
random drawing held at the Lake CI- .
ty office Wednesday Feb. 12. Successful -
applicants will be notified by
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mail.Florida residents 65 years of age REGULAR ALL or FLAVORS LOW CALORIE I 1 KRAFT 40,

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children under 15 years of age are i
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hunt. $ 29 12 PK. C7
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The state convention and wild 98c 5 $100
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Turkey Federation is set Feb. 7-8 in BTL LBS
Gainesville at the Alachua County
Fairgrounds.Lamar -
Williams of Starke, who :
makes turkey calls, will be one of 50
exhibitors out of New York,

Maryland, Viriginia, South r ,. I
Carolina Alabama. Exhibitors will .ara
include taxidermists, art, custom lhel'1' v. ro Tthc1 '

knife makers, recreation and 3 and __________ .c& strrDr"p" + ""w
4-wheel vehicles, boats, motors.
Conservation groups will be on FORGET YOUR '
hand. The Florida Fresh Water
Game and Fish Commission will SWEETHEART"VALENTINE
have a booth. Bear Archery will A. CAKES
have a big exhibit, and Fred Bear,
well-known owner of the firm, will .IOOCMIUPlRSRANOIlRADU'
be on hand. The convention will be SINGLE LAYER. __$299
dedicated to Bear. Sen. George Kir- mot
is set to be and will LARGE
patrick present TWO LAYER. $499BANQUET
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Palatka Falls In Tight 3A Contest *n. f y kr



: I usualy consistent performanceunder figures at IHS. Herbie Cooper scored against 6-5 Elton Byrd" of In-
throws late in the game to help the the board, outjumping taller 18 points, Pat Diggs and Levi Sim- terlachen High, one of the better
BHS cause. Simmons and Cooper opponents. mons 17 each, and Simon Mitchell players in the area. "He's the type of
each missed several free throws. Al Leonard led Palatka, which 13. player who can turn a game
And Palatka got some baskets on slipped to 10-10, with 19 points, around," said Coach Godwin of
its fast break, the big men clearing shooting over the Tornadoes inside. Simmons hit 6 of 7 free throws in Byrd.
the boards and throwing the basket- BHS 14 13 14 It 59 the fourth period, and .really
ball went down court to one of two Palatka 12 10 114 20 56 played well down the stretch," said Diggs had 16 rebounds, Cooper 10.
Panters players who released early. aHI .coring 11 Coops.4-1/4-14 Dlggl 1-1/4-7. Coach Godwin, hitting 3 of 4 field Simon Mitchell led BHS in assists 1
BHS,however in Simmons H/f-17, Jackson 1-1/1-4, Mlicholl' the final and make some nice inside
hung by working .1-1/1-11 willlimi ,-*-,.Totals 141111If.Pllotk goals on driving .layups in passes gyp
the basketball inside for short, good for scores. ,
scoring Willis 1+2, ...Ion. l-V-1, quarter.
percentage shots. In the first half Williams t-t-lt, Jon.. i4, Lwnird /"".
BHS shot from the outside only five Horn l-s-4. arlns0,14.5I,Atklni"-/"'. Totals The tight 3-2 zone defense forced Qer'
times in 13 for 25 performance. In 1SIIM.BUS Interlachen to shoot from outside all BHS 17 16 17 21 70 f t,
: the second half only once from out- 70, Interlachen 54 night long. But the IHS hit some IHS 16 6 24 B 54 ....
side in an 11 for 22 performancefrom tough shots to bring them within BHS. ;
Keys in the 70-54 win at In scoring i Coopir, t-t-ll Diggs 7"7.Simmons J '.
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the floorl.Simmons terlachen High were the play of Pat three points of BHS,49-46, at the end 1-7-17 Long 4 I 13, Milch.II 2+', Totals. ... y.
and Mitchell got most of Diggs and the outside shooting of of the third period. BHS outscoredIHS 2"11.70.Interlichtm Scott 104 Stolen t.0.II, Byrd -' ,,..' .." ,
their points by driving in for short Frank Long, says Coach Godiwn. 21-8 in the fourth period. 11-11. Hays I.o.10, Whltihous 104. Touts.
I jumpers or layups. Cooper gave his ......" ....."4 gwww "....n I" ,4enWn Diggs and Cooper were going up It.1'34. In Your Face... I

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Baby Tornadoes Earn Split THE BRADFORD-UNION AREA

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Two good efforts left the Baby Tor- as much as they should have, Coach BHS coring: Normin 2:112-6.: .''V. 7-1/4. .16, VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTERIS
Smith '-'/2,11.Jtnklns 4-0-1.Totals 10'5/1 45.
Godwin pointed out.
nado five with a split this week, a P.lltk.lco.lnll Boyd 7'0/1-14. Murray 1,0-1
62-56 win over Interlachen and a The split leaves the JV five at 6-7 S.nd.rs 1-1/4-4, Brown 0/1-4, Moon 5-4/1.14, FOR YOUThe
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46-45 loss Tuesday night, Feb. 4, to on the season. D.vl.I 0/1".Totals 30-4/11-44.
the Palatka High junior varsity.
Palatka 46 BIIS 45 BHS built an 11 point lead at In- Center is a secondary and post-secondary institution, an integral part of the

Spencer Smith Stacy Jenkins,and The JV five had its chances Tues- terlachen High and never relinquished Bradford County School System, available to anyone 16 years of of older. The
age
it in a 62-56 win.
Harold Chandler, each with Palatka
more day night against includinga
than 10( rebounds,all just really dia a chance to tie game at the free Spencer Smith led the Tornado purpose of the Center is to prepare the student with employability skills. There are

yeoman's job on the boards, said throw line with six seconds left, but scoring with 18 points, Rob Norman also classes to prepare for the General Education Development (GED) test.
Coach Jay Godwin of the In- the shot missed and BHS lost 46-45. had 13 points, and Harold Chandler
terlachen game played on the road. Eugene Blye with pointed and 12.Key The Center operates on an open-entry and open-exit policy. Day and evening
The rebounding gave BHS the third Spencer Smih with 15 led BHS. to the win was rebounding, courses are available. You enroll at time for
which gave BHS second and third may any except Cosmetology and
and fourth shots needed to make a The Tornadoes were up 15-8 after
basket, the coach pointed out on a the first period, but were beaten shots under the basket." "We were Commercial Vehicle Driving.
night when the JV five was cold from 22-12 in the second period and 14-8 in cold from the floor, said Coach
the floor. the third. BHS had a fourth period Godwin. The following courses are available at the Center:
10-2 advantage but fell just short of BHS 15 15 14 18 62
IHS 10 9 14 23 56
The JV pressed Interlachen and pulling the game out.
hurt the Rams in athe first half, but BHS 15 12 8 10 45 Ch.ndl.r BHS scoring 1-2.12. Smith Norman 1.1.11 4-1-13, J.nKIni, Bly. Ill 50.6Mosley DAY COURSES EVENING COURSES
could not capitalize on the mistakes Palatka 8 22 14 2-44 1,',', Totals.14,12..
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I Lady Tornadoes Conquer Oay, Hawthorne To Win 9 of Last 10

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Tornado girls basketball playerswon Upcoming... from inside the Bradford girls five I
their two games this past week In two home games BHS hosts led Clay High 10-5 after \the first II I
for an 11-4 record and have won nine
Orange Park here Wednesday Feb. period and never relinquished their
of their last 10
games. and North Marion advantage. }
5, here tonight
Marla Reddish's 16 points and Clay was more competitive in the l 7
(Thursday, Feb. 6). Monday Feb. yak
Felicia Davis' 15 the
points kept middle of the
10, the BHS five plays at Gainesville game. BHS outscored
Bradford girls ahead of Hawthornefor Clay 16-13 in the second period. In
Feb.
,
High.Tuesday 11, BUS is home
a 45-37 win last Jan.
Thursday
the third
period Clay edged BHS
Santa Fe.
against Thursday,Feb. 13,
30, in a slow moving game. "I expected BHS to Baker 14-13 BHS outscored Clay 16-8 in the
that kind of after the goes High.
game fourth period. ; ii r4 ilit
beating Keystone Heights," said BUS 53. 40 BHS used its 3.2 trap defense and
Coach John Slater, happy to get the Clay caused the Clay offense to make
win With Marla Reddish pouring in some turnovers. Clay used a loose
The following night (Friday, Jan. baskets from the outside and Felicia zone defense which the BHS girls 4Jt /
:O > Marla Reddish poured in 27 Davis and Beverlv Mosley scoring could penetrate. Some of Reddish's n
-- 27 points came off of drives into the
key and some off the fast break. a -
"We played just well enough to '
lead all the way," said Coach Ed-
dins. BUS maintained a 4 to 10 point .. .

L advantage.Clay came closest 40-44 with two 1.k.; ,

minutes left but then BHS lengthened -
the lead with Reddish and '
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Jenkins on the two Clay players with ., .. ."!,:
hot hands. 1.
BHS shot 43.6 percent, 24 of 55, .:,;t \ .
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BHS scoring Rtddiilt 12.j/j.17, SPlIII.0/1-2. '0 I
Moilty 4.0/1.1, Jtnklns 1-1/2.2. oivli .- /..11.
To.1124.s17.n.CI.y .
k'1, scoring, Muggins IJ/5-II, ColtmanI
n .i1 as rr.v I/I-7, Bur 0/0-11, Putk 1-1/2.1. Totals
ii 11.1140.BHS ,
45
ilrr Hawthorne 39
h Marla Reddish's 12 points mostly
p from the corners kept the BHS girls
in the first half of the Hawthorne
came, a 45-37 win for the Tornado

five.Felicia
Davis 10 points in the second 1'I rr' i
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and third periods helped keep
... BHS in the lead. Reddish didn't
Strong Forward... rh..bAI''g. score in the third period but added :
I It'i another fine performance by Felicia Ia\Is last week as the girls
won big against Clay High and Hawthorne. See Page loll +
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lead the BHS girls 53-40 over Clay '. ..r
High in a road game. '
In both games the BHS girls had to 1,.t" -
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overcome some accurate outside -""
hooting in the latter to win ..JJlJi.-: ,
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In the .
Clay game Coach Robert Ed- b.-'" .. 4.
dins substituting for head coach
John Slater put Marla Reddish and .f Tn fl- I
Game winner...
Tonya Jenkins man-to-man on two
1'laI) High players who began knocking We couldn't resist running this shot of Beverly !MoseMosely's Inside moves this season have given the
the eyes out of the basket from ly making this game winning shot against Keystone girls a new offensive dimension.
outside from 20 to 25 feet. Clay had Heights last
cut a substantial BHS lead to four
points The strategy worked and
BITS scored nine unanswered points
in the final four minutes. I
Guard Marla Reddish the team
leader is averaging 14.5 points per
!game: and could score 1,000 points if week."t
-.he scores slightly above her 6 : ,.
.IVerage in the five final regular .K. 3
season games, which would put her r: ",
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\Ith the highest scoring Tornado .
girl basketballers in BHS history .
Reddish also received honorable
mention honors in the Gainesville
Sun's Athlete of the Week honors
The Sun reported that Reddish .. ... n Y MMMWMY/A.1'iYMMWMYW+n. "tWi
"scored 27 points dished out six PRICES

assists, pulled down four rebounds ,e.- .. : A EFFECTIVE BEGINNING FLEISCHMANNS I.75 LITER
and had -- --- --
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in the win over 59 2 OfCanadian .
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CldIn addition to her 17 points in ," THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6th. DISTILLED DRY !
the win over Hawthorne Reddish THRU WEDNESDAY 1 gg
had six assists three rebounds and Floor General... FEBRUARY 12th. GIN I It
three steals. Marla Reddish shows off her ball-handling skills against the Hornets ASEtR1 faN

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Dance Alive! Comes to Bradford And.By '

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Mark Frledlln Gainesville\ Civic Ballet Artistic Arts Council, along with the Brad and participate in the classes," t '
BCT Staff Writer Director Kim Tuttle and begins ford County School System and the Steele commented. "The program } { N'r
Dance Alive!, a unique new program Thursday, Feb. 13 in the Bradford Gainesville Civic Ballet according to began last year at Bradford Middle ,a' { ,. ,
of education and hands on ex High Auditorium at 9:30: a.m. and information released by BHS Assis School and this year we are trying to
parlance in dance and the perform 1:30 p.m. tant Dean for Cirrlculum Paula expand the participation by bringing
ing arts, has opened with a flourishat Steele. in elementary school as well as high ,
Bradford High School. This Artist-in-Education residency school age students so everyone can a
The program is an "Artist-in- is sponsored by the National En "This is a great opportunity for benefit from this unique opportunity.
Education" residency featuring dowment for the Arts and the both the students and the public, and ." ,,,
Florida State Department, Divisionof we encourage anyone in the com Director Tuttle will be on campus
Cultural Affairs and the Florida munity who is interested to come by daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the
.. Dance Alive I company of artists will
be at the school from 10 a.m. to 3:30:
E Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm p.m.each day as well.
Company Class will be held on
/ 1 Located off 100 South towards Keystone take right on stage at the auditorium from 10 a.m.
24th Street follow signs or to 11:30: a.m. each day and students
N and faculty at the school well .* .-
\ Call 9647109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30: members of the community as are encouraged as ,! k

r+ Fall Is For Planting... Winter Is, Too! students and to attend director and in observe action the at r3, t

Our Winter Stock Inventory includes.... any time.
Azaleas, Dogwoods varioui holly trees and shrubs Junipers and more. Director Judy Skinner, also of the
!.._. Available Now... Patio stock and standard Anna Apples and Blueberries we have Gainesville Civic Ballet, will be in
volved in the workshops, adding her
them all,ready lor'86 yields and grapes galore.Don't forget the tigs! considerable expertise and experience
TIGHT Our Gift Shop Is Now Open to the program. r
MONEYIn Free estimates on landscaping ft maintenance Call Ben Hlghtower 964-7109 The Artistic Director will be in
And Remember "All Nature Sings of' Jesus" volved with the dancers from 11:30:
these days of"tight" money, a.m.. to 2 p.m. in both choreographyand
consumers are looking for the rehearsal on stage. Questions
best possible bargains. We offer from members of the community or
quality carpet at highly com students will be invited and en "-"
petitive prices. We invite you to INSULATIONSAVE couraged, according to Steele. '
Dance Alive! members will be
shop and compare.A
available consultants the
as during
courteous will be
salesperson THAT ENERGY residency as well.
standing by to assist you in mak Special events in the program in
ing a selection and to answer any clude a "mini-performance" set for
questions about carpet, pad, and \ Thursday, Feb. 13 at the BHS
installation. The salesperson will auditorium featuring Dance Alivel!,
make specific recommendationswhen ,. 'r \ the Gainesville Civic Ballet and the
requested to do so. Gainesville Civic Ballet Youth
Please come in today and Ensemble at 9:05: a.m. and again at
1:17: p.m. The performance will be Welcome...
check selection
over our wide of '
and II'IilI for students all grades as well as A unique new educational program involving the creative artists of
carpet. Buy wisely save
interested members of the com Dance Alive and the Gainesville Civic Ballet Is now underway at Bradford
money. munity. High School.
HOME COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL HOUSE EXTERIOR Faculty members at the schools Shown above: graceful ballerina from the company during the highly
Teal Tile HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION have been encouraged to bring their acclaimed performance of the "Nutcracker".
classes in to observe, even if they
FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
are not directly involved in the
& Carpet Diy or Night QUALITY INSTALLATION Arlist-in-Educa lion residency.
SAVE SAVE People to Get Statements
131 N. Cherry St. ON HEATING I 19646956FRAME I ON COOLING "The dancers want to make -
themselves available to
Starke everyone
Florida
DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE questions and comments," Steele Every person who received or financial institution when the person
964-7423 said."They are as excited about this repair any Social Security benefits completes his or her Federal income
program as we are here at the high during 1985 will receive a Social tax return for 1985.
school. It's a wonderful opportunity Security Benefit Statement, Form People who have substantial other
for our students" SSA-11199! during January. 1986.\ income may have to include up to
The form will show the amount of half of their Social Security benefitsin
Some of the varied classes work Social Security benefits the person their taxable income.
with the Dance Alive! with the benefit state
ing program received as well as the amount of Included
I include Humanities, Drama, benefits they repaid during 1985. The ment will be IRS notice 703. This is a
Clothing and Textiles, Music Theory form should he used just as any worksheet that people can completeto
and Art and Photography other form Iml1!)!) received from a see if any of their Social Security
benefits may be subject to Federal
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who still have question'
} ; JO I ANN'S \ about the information shown on
& Form SSA-1099 can call the toll-trec
R 'a A Speciality Gift Shop \-- i I I telephone, 1-900-SSA-1099. shown on
Super Sa vings B. :rJ) D' the form starting Jan. 2.
South 301 MsuQ 1
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915contains a detailed explanation

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Give your Valentine a gift that lasts all year of benefits. A free copy is availableat
C, V baskets & hand carved wooden bowls Q any Social Security or IRS office
The Gainesville Social office
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V wreaths & rugs t; is located at 530 N. Waldo Rd
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rtl. currently occupied by The Second & Nightingale Street
Time Around.
The Second Time Around, a fur- Keystone Height, FloridaFriday
niture stripping and refinishing February 14
business,is owned by Suzanne Pfen- Photo Hours: 9.121.5:30:
niger. I BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE
: The Starke Fire Department was
+ called to the business at 417 E. 1101 South Walnut Starke
-l. Weldon St. in Starke between North Saturday,February 15
Cherry and Church Sts.at 11:35: p.m. Photo Hours: 9.12 1.5:30FsI:
They found the north end of the
building was entirely engulfed in Y
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flames within five minutes of their :r
arrival, according to Firefighter
Fire Destroys Starke Business... Cecil Crawford.The .
fire was brought under control
The Second Time Around looks undamaged from the The building was declared a total loss but some of the but was determined a total loss by
front of the business, however a trip around the equipment belonging to the Second Time Around did the insurance company, value was ,
building reveals the extensive damage Thursday's fire escape damage, according to Chief llardee. estimated to be$20,000.
did to the structure. The state fire marshal is conduc-
ting the investigation into the cause $
of the fire, according to Chief
Dwyane Hardee.
Also responding to the fire was the
Quick Response-10 Unit with inc.
Paramedics Scott Taylor and Paul
West and Dan Cuddington.
Firefighters included Rex Seimer
Tom Rowe, Rusty Barrett ani
volunteers Jack Nunnery, N. Chap- Group charge
man, Bryan Stephens,Jimmy Davis L 99 per personFOR
and Charlie Schaefer.
The Heilbron Springs Volunteer Jp9; ali
Fire Department manned the sta- We
tion while the units were out. Se
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loads of family space. $700. Starke"Chry'iter Owner. $199.83. Stark. Chrysler Plymouthone l loaded. Luxury for less. $900. Terwlllegar speed chrome wheels one owner, good look
Plymouth Dodge, 9646081. Dodge, 964-6081. Motors. 9647200. ing. 5188. Lake Chevy-Olds. 9647500.








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1984 OLDS "98" 1986 CHEVY TRUCK: Special Edition by Choo 1977 THUNDERBIRD: AC AM/FM/tap. whit,
1978 FORD LTD AT, AC 4 door, AM radio, nice Regency Brougham compl. Loaded,
Nashville.
Choo Customs ol $677. Stark.
classy Chrysler Plymouth
I loaded, I low miles, on. beautiful I car.
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rid* $1,000 Terwlllegar Motors, 964-7200. ol kind In ,
machine, well-kept, $10,288. Lake Ch evy-Old*, demonstrator blue two-tone one a Dodge 9646081.
9647500. town I 13386. Lake Chevy-Olds, 964-7500.

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1978 VOLKSWAGEN DASHER silver AT AC 1973 CHEVY TRUCK 4x4: Custom deluxe, blue, power windows, tilt wheel, cruise AC, AT,
economy, plus room. Only 1000. Terwlllegar tough and r.ady. 1000. Terwlllegar Motors, AM/FM low mileage, luxury edition one
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( NOTICE starke Area Want Ads Cord BE MY VALENTINE A PHOTO IS WORTH A MULLION WOW l'.
better
when
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.hoold be submitted BoU"oro'co they ore Run a picture of your for sale Hem In ,
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to the Bradford County Offlct Shop 110 FOR SAL BY OWNER SecMe Per
our
Telegraph office In writing ond paid In W. Call St. All card In stock 15% Info call 9646305. '
advanc unless credit I. already FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED 0//--1 day only Sat. Feb. ..
established with this office.
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THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT U FULL TIM REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE
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SCANNER Bearcat 16 channel MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL HOME PARK
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN programmable Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER hand-held belt-cas., charger, Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. Owens Inc. Realtor 221 W. layfayette
THE TEIEFHONE. $125. Call 964-4362 after 4 p.m. Itpd Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone St. 964-5065 7/4 tfn '

Classified deadline It TUESDAY 2/6 961.7198.9/16 tfn TYPISTS $500 weekly at home. Writ.
NOON prior to Thursday publication. COpy MACHINES Canon-for rent or EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart. P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF '
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Minimum charge It 15 words for$2.75, sal*. Canon home copier $799; Canon m.nts. Electricity Included. low weekly NURSING ASSISTANTS needed at :
then 10 cents for och word thereafter. home or office copl.r, $999; Canon office monthly rates. Palms Apartments Whispering Pines Care Center Call
copier $1399. R.nt to own for OS 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn Susan Cook at 9646220. 12/5TF
FOR SALE little as $4J per month. OFFICE SHOP, NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 88. 2 GOVERNMENT JOBSl $16,040 -
110 W. Call St.. Starke. 964-S764. 2/21 BA apt. For more Information call lake S9,230/yr. Now hiring. Call ,
tfn Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity 1.805.687.6000. ext. R-5504 for current ErWilleJarREALTY
CAMPER I97i: 35' fifth wheel. American ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month. Housing 6/7 tfnchg f.d.rallisl. 1/9 8tpd 2/27
Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully .If. No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No CRUISE SHIP JOBSl Great Income poten
contained, price neg. 533-241]. Call MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call tial. All occupations. For Info call ((312))
oft.r 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn 468.1323.1013 TF 742-8620 ext. 362. 116tchg 2/6
IRADFORDL1MEROCKSALES COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Starke LARGE MOBILE HOME LOTs Concrete PART TIMEtTAKE INVENTORY In Starke PHONE 964-7776
Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-6212. patio, water furnished close to prison. stores. Daytime hours. Car necessary
Llm.rock* Fill Dirt 11/24 NnAMFMCASSETTE $95/mo. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF Write phone number, experience to 205 N. Temple. Stork I
20 yd. lemMoedt only RECORDER stereo TWO BEDROOM 1 bath house In town. ICCT466. Box 527 Paramus NJ 07653 CECELIA TIRWILLEGAR
PKone 712-3172 5/23tfchg with detachable speakers (lam box), Call 904-437-3308 between 8:305:30MonFrl. : ; 1/23 3tpd 2/6
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for tale at Sears ..c. cond., originally cost $225 11/28 TF EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time horns Rule
Doublewlde Home C.nt.r located now $100. 762-3660. leave message. TF NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1BR assembly work. For Info call Service Integrity and the Golden

North on 301 Lowt. Fla. (this It not WASHER DRYER Sears K.nmor..larg. apartments with kitchens located nextto 504-641-8003 ext. 9579.130 4tpd 2/20 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg capacity. Both for $400. Phone 964-8399 Tenneco station In downtown SALES POSITION must have sales experience. -
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for after 6 p.m. TF Starke. S50-S75 per week. Call Call 9645606. 1/30TF ACREAGE
tale at Olin. Home C.nt.r located on COW HAYs fertilized no rain $1.50 per 964-5139 days or 964-6566 eves. 12/5TF RETAIL SALES PERSON experienced only Brownlee Rd. . . .36.43 acre . . .$ 2.332

Highway 100 West. This It not trailer bale. 964-5944 after 6 p.m. 1/30 2tchg TWO LARGE 2-room kitchenette: utilities Textile World. 1124 N. Main St., Waldo. . . . . 10 acreo . . . .$ 25.000

furniture. 6/13 tfnchg 2/6 furnished.miles North of Underwood Starke. 12/19TF Motel 3V4 Gainesville Shopping Center, GV. 1/30 Graham . . . 14.5 acr.. . . . .$1,425/ac.
PALOMINO FILLY AQHA Reg. Adorabl. 2t 2/6
6 mot old. $500. 964-4402 or 9647138. CARS & TRUCKSMUST BEDROOM In large home near Hampton. EXPERIENCED LADY for egg picking. Graham . . . 10.51 acreo. . . . .$1,425/oe.
12/26TF $125 per month Incl. utilities and kit. 9647138. Itchg 2/6 Hwy. 301 S..2.5 acreo . . . .15.000

CAT D.' DOZER hyd. blad. 5000. SELL IMMEDIATELY! 1982 Corvette, chen privileges. 4682515. 12/26TF TEMPORARY TYPIST NEEDED must be Country Club. . . . .9 ocreo .'. . . .49.000

964-B266. 1/16 4tpd 2/6 loaded with. extras. Beautiful car. Best NICE I/6TF ROOMs private bath. 9646035. fast and accurate 964.5139 or 230A ft WlUon . . 4.7 aero. . . .12.000
AKC TOY POODLES for stud 9644238. offer. 964 8809. 10/10 TFchg 9645810. Itchg 2/6
1/23TF THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford royal blue, all COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now SINGLE MIDDLE AGED WOMAN to live In Lawt.y..5 Ac. Woodlawn.$14,000

LOVELY BROWN RABBIT JACKET n.v.r whit. Int.. AC, cruise tilt steering AT available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 ft. own private room do rooms and Hampton . . . 438 acreo . . . .1000ac.

worn too big for own.r, .h.. 810. with overdrive. 47,000 orlg. mll.s. One ceilings lights 1/9TF pow.r new reduced general motel work. Some housework. 230 E.. . . . . .40 acreo. . . . . .$100,000
Orlg. $50 now $25. 4733457. Itchg 2/6 Call 533-2403 rates 964-8848. Underwood Motel 3'' miles N. of
BAHIA HAYi large roll, new cut. $25. 17 owner RENAULT LeCar 1550.after Low 6 p.m.mileage TF ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel S3 Starke on 301. 9647184. Itchg 2/6 Lawtey . . . 20.16 acreo . . . .$ 50.000

496-3050 after 5 p.m. 2/6 6tpd 3/13 good cond. 964-6848 473-3627. 1/9TF per night. From$35 p.r week. Discount SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE part-time Off 301 S.. . . . .2% acres. . . . .$ ,300
MICROWAVE OVEN 1986 offered for longer term. Apply In per (approximately 20 hrs. week).
Tappan n3W 1911 DATSUN 310. exc. cond., 4 speed, per Off 301 N..I acre..8 2.500
model family tlie ov.n. L.ft In $3.300.964.8848 or 4733627. 1/9TF son Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Must have the ability to effectively
layaway still In box w/5 yr.guaront 1(0 BUICK Skylark. AT PS PB, Am/FM from Post Office. TF communicate with the public both In HOMES
_. Bal $238 or $19 p.r month. cassette nice car. Take ov.r pmts. Coll FOR RENT OR SALE 2 BR, 1V4 bath person and over the telephone. Must Bethel Church Road..Horn.. . . .$ 38.000

1.725.1997.2/6 4tchg 2/27 468-2860 after 6 p.m. 1/23 TF after mobile 4 home 1/30 Inside 2tpd city.2/6 Call 964-6561 type 35 wpm operate CRT and 10 key 628 Pin.wood..Horn.. . . . .$ 27.'00
CHEYENEE WONDER HORSEs price. 17 CUTLASS SUPREME 2 door. 62,000 p.m. adding machine Cashier experience
$40. Coll 9647514. Itchg 2/6 miles 1 owner $2495. Call 964-7266 FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath In city. First helpful.Wages commensurate with... SR 16 East . . . .Brick on 1lot..S 45,000on

RCA 25" XLIOO Color TV remote wolnut after 5 p.m. 2/6 plus $125 sec. dep. $325 per month. perience. Apply In person Feb. 12 9 Brookor . . . Homo 2 lots. . . . .45.000
cabinet. Reg. $749. Bal. $338 or$25 1912 BRONCO Black w/chrome wheels 964-6365 or 9646849. 2/6 2tpd 2/13 a.m. to 4 Central Telephone Company
per p.m.
Rd. 230E . . . . .Home..S 54,900
MOBILE HOME 2 BR 2 Ba, 14 wide,
month. 1.725.1997.2/6/tchg 2/27 and boards 351 high performance un of Florida 384 N. Temple Av.,
.HOT t CATTLE TRAILER $200. Call running engine. Loaded .xc. cond. furnished on 1 1'10' acre In Theressa. Call Starke, Fla. An Equal Opportunity 533 W. Pratt . . .Homo 2 lots. . . .$ 18.150

964-5963 or 964-7823. Itpd 2/6 964-5630. Itchg 2/6 964-5038 2/6TF Employer. Itchg 2/6 Hwy 301 S.. . . . Block Homo. . . . .85,000
JOHN DEERE 40 TRACTOR 1960, mower. 173 CHEVY PICKUP 6 cylinder body TWO BEDROOM mobile home, convenient HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED! Florida license, 3 431 C.nt.r St.. . . .Frame Homo. . . .$ 204,300Samp.on
plantert, discs. Exc. cond. Coll to shopping center, no large
3000. rough. $500. 9644738. Itpd 2/6 yrs. experience. Following preferred
Lako. . . Waterfront Home..861,000
463.2060.v.s. 2/6 2tpd 2/13 1912 FORD EXPLORER $3500. 782.3463 pets. Consider 1 or 2 small children. rent private room. Halrplanes,
SEVERAL ITEMS 7 at. Sean canner $25; after 6 p.m. bpd 2/6 964-6810. 2/6 9644645. Itchg 2/6 Lakewood S/D..Waterfront Lot.$25,000

Queen tlse waterbed $200; Sofa $25. 1973 CHEVY TRUCK $300 or best offer NEWLY DECORATED 2 BR. furnished AC, WANTED SOMEONE Interested In 321 N. Myrtle. . . Homo (small lot). . . .$ 55,000
Call 9648287. Itpd 2/6 Call 964-7514, Itchg 2/6 nice yard and trees 21st St. 8 Meng operating a mens wear store. Phone
615 N. Church . . Homo on 3 lots$49,900
SMITH WESSON 357 model I 686 4 Inch 1910 MONTE CARLO loaded cond. Dairy Rd. 1 child Max $225 per month Beth at 9645772. Itchg 2/6
barrel ttalnleit tteel. 9646664. Itpd 3000. Call 468.2060 eves exc.2/6 2tpd plus deposit 9646714. "Itchg 2/6 Off 301 N.. . . . Home. . . . .$ 50,000

PENSACOLA OR BAHIA HAY $1.50 p.r 2/13 TWO BEDROOM 1 bath very clean 4 MISCELLANEOUSCHARLOTTE'S Country Club . . . Homo. . . . .$125,000

bale. Call 964-5088. Itpd 2/6 1912 DATSUN 310 loaded exc. cond.. blocks to shopping good Roberts S/D . . . Homo. . . . .$ 58,500
FROSTLESS FREEZER Coldspot. large AC, deluxe AM/FM/cassette, sunroof neighborhood. 124 N. Myrtle St. Itpd
upright coppertone. $50. 964.8233. much more, $4500. Call 473-2951 after 2/6 WEBB Now open I Quality HOMES WITH ACREAGE

Dad 2/6 5 p.m. Itpd 2/6 FRAME HOUSE 2 BR. 1 both Hampton ladles, children's and men's clothes Hwy 16E & 9th St..Home. 9 ac.. 2 tr. sp. . .$ 55.000
A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS 1914 PLYMOUTH VOYAGERs mini-van. Lake. $200 per month. Call 468-2060 and accessories. Also featuring han
Crawford Rd. . . .Homo ft 42 acres.$145,000
Run a picture of your for tale Item In Low mileage. Small equity and eves. 2/6 2tpd 2/13 dicrafts. Call 964-7100.138 N.Water St.
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For assume. Call 9646888. Itchg 2/6 RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month 1/30 TFPLEASE Crawford Rd. . .Hou... Chic. House, 50 ac. . .$240,000
Info call 964-6305. 1971 FORD LTD station wagon. 964-5232 and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- HELP US find homes for col. Brook.r..Hom.3 2 aero*. . . : .$ 55,000

or 964.6849. Itchg 2/6 Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF lie/shepherd puppies. Some Brindle 29th St. N.W..Hom. ft 37.5 ac. . . .$144,445
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On
INSULATIONBatts LIKE NEW *4 Chevy Pickup. Loaded with Bull. Call anytime 9648348. Itpd 2/6
fiberglass camp.r top. 14000 miles 305 Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Hwy 100. . . MH with 3' ac.. . . .50,000
and Blown-ln overdrive, 19 mpg. 8500. 473-4897. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS Hampton . . .Hom.,12 acres. . . .$ 85,000
Fr.. Estimates Itpd 2/6 THREE BEDROOM 1 bath block home.$350mo. Run a picture of your for sale It.m In
Edw&rds Rd. ((100A). our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For HOMESITES

Bosler CustomConstruction A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS 9645606. 11/21 TF info call 9646305. Golfvl.w Acros . . . .Lot 16.,3 9,500

Run a picture of your for sale Item In TRAILER available.SPACE FOR RENT Motel All 9647357.hook-ups Mimosa ft B..nt..3 lots. . . .oa..f>,90O, .
Temple WANTED
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For '
Info toll 964.6305. 12/12TF .. 1 rCHARLOTTE'S .. hg.l.y! vluag..h.w. .Lots 21. 22. ,: y.5.500; '
964.6888 PARK RENTAL 26 ft. trailer. By the SIt. 100 S. . "," f.lot 8 ((1.37 ac.6') I'5.& \I'I!
WEBB Now taking
consignment
month. 1 or 2 adults only. No pets items Clothing Toys 5 Oaks Subdiv.. . . . .1 lot . . . .$ lO.OCO"
Deposit required Starke KOA Korn-
MOTORCYCLES pground Hwy 301 964-8484.. 1/9TF Handcrafts New and Used It.ms.138 Hwy 16 W . . . Lots 1. 2. . . . .$ 10,000
I42S..7 room house, good commer CABIN IN KEYSTONE AREA for couple or N. Water St. Call 964-7100, 964-5732. Crosby Lako . . . .Lot 22..3 17.000

clallnvo.tm.nt. ocroit from city hall; 1912 HONDA SILVERWINCi Interstate single person. Lease required. WANTED 9648569.Children's 1/9TF and Infants clothes Country Club . . . .Lot 7. . . . .$ 8,000
priced low.U02..R.mod.l.d. package. 2 helmets 1300 miles $1500. 4732157. 1/23 4tpd 2/13 ,
home In Raiford. Coll eves 7823210. Itchg 2/6 TWO BEDROOM 1 bath with large glass toys furniture and misc. Items. Call 301 North . . . . 10 lots. . . . .$125,000

New price, 11500. porch overlooking Lake Santa Fe with Charlotte's Webb, 9647100. 138 N. Country Club. . . . .Lot 9. . . . .$ 9,500
1428--5 acres, doublewlde home, 2 dock and boat lift. Lease required. Water St. Eves call 964-5732 or Sampson Lake..waterfront 2 lots. . . ea. $ 17,900
mar. spaces for mobile hookups. $450 per month. Call 4732157. 1/23 9648569. 1/30TF ..
FLORILANDREALTY 4tpd 2/13 GOOD USED OUTBOARD ENGINE for Sampson Lake waterfront 1 lot..S 21.900
Priced ol $40,000.
1415--Country home on 2 ac. E. 16 NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown boat. Would prefer a 15, 18, or 20 hp W. Madison..2, lots..S 27.500
Priced at 35000. Law office on E. Call St. If you are Interested motor. 9044751406. Itpd 2/6 Crosby Lake Inlet..4 lots..S 15,000

*426--20 acres In pecan grove old 964.7700 In renting this office and GOOD SALON USED BEAUTY Call OR BARBER Bossont Rd,... .'. . . 23 lots..I 7,000
equipment Halrplanes,
and Into
country home, barn more 91 N. T.mpl. A... selecting carpet having Input
V.ml.r. Odom Srok.rQmJoy renovating It, call 964-6305 John 9644645. Itchg 3/6 COMMERCIAL VACANT
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418--Nlcely furnished mobile on Vi
acre. See thl.11420..Brlck I ._-- Thornton AiMclat., TWO Miller BEDROOM TF furnished A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS 301 S near KOA..270'front. 4 Ac.$150,000

home on 54 ac. or less. Good Wood Stove For SaleIn S200/month plus $75 security deposit.apt Run a picture of your for sale item In E. Call St..5.5 acros . . . .$ 25.000

All pasture born. City 3BR 2 full baths, brick Also 1 BR furnished apt., $160 per our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For W. Call St.. . . .Comm. Lot..S 40.000
f 421-4 BR 2 ba block on waterfront home; L-ihaped LR and family room month plus $75 security deposit. Lights Info call. 9646305. .
privacy plus I step saver kitchen 2.39 acres. and hot water Included, no pets. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

Lots, Graham area owner finance 9648071. 1/30 2tchg 2/6 LOSTFOUNDLOST 120 E. Call St. . . . .Building . . . .$47.000
Space for rent. Near Courthous. ing. 1 acre up. WAREHOUSE STORAGE space availableFeb. 301 (Dairy Queen.Restaurant. . . .$ 90.000
Utilities furnished. 05 Acres 476' on 301 South. 1. 9648568. Itchg 2/6
Lots, soned for trailers, '/. acre to FOR RENT OR SAlEi Like n.w. 3 BR 2 back RED hoof MARE old and HORSEs split.mane If found clipped call Epperson St. . . . Duplex . . . .$ 50.000
*Ali; 1'acre, owner financed, $500 bath block house on 2.6 acres. Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn * *
G'IUN'.Tomp 33091; down. 964-544,5. Itchg 2/6 LOST WALKER DOG Mostly white N.H. EVENINGSBILL

I I Union County land with paved road -- - -, on flanks. Brownlee-Bayless Area. Call DODD 964-7408 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964-7188
on 2 sides 20 minutes from
Norman Heddlng 964-5966. FOUND
I JOHN GREENE 533-2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593
FILL DIRT
I'D' Gainesville Owner
financing. | WALKER DOGs Same area Identify and
'INCO.VO> .. NOVIS WARD 964-7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408
Commercial Building Call for claim. 964-5966. 'Itpd 2/6
MOKII details | Call Anytime | $1,000 REWARD for arrest and conviction RANDY CORY 475-2597
ri4-.nL. "3.3096 I of person who took 84 Mercury
Hampton l motor off boat In porch. Serial No.
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652316. Name anonymous.
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FROM CjJ '

eBARGAINS Center Kl'eh- a Lavatory. Faucets.

l--10. 3 Fire Equipment Mechanic II
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t Weotherdrlpplng Tim's Custom Cabinets
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eq, **o 3" pvC Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire LJ ) 1J+ .1J of Florida
Well Pumps $.79 H. $17.95 250 University requires high school ]
New ConstructionA I1,1V
$139.95 felt$6.50 per roll Remodeling
from its and
diploma or equivalent 3 years experience -
Mobile Home Supplies 0 Llghtpoles 0 Cabinets Cabinets *TII. Ceilings ,
Electrical| | |4 Plumbing| Supplies 0
: Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall I in fire equipment mechanics, repair

c.au'BARGAIN,.0'Ral\\n\ CENTER INC. Poo *Mobil. Home Underpinning (Skirting) j Z- and recharging. Class I & IV state permit re-
10,000 Mlsc.llanuslt.ms and Salvage .l/ap In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone
quired. Salary 6.08-7.50/hr negotiable, excellent -

L.. ft Willie Ma. 964.6679-- Hwy.- -301 South- -Stark.- Call Free Tim Estimates Thompson 111 benefits. Send! resume to EmploymentCenter

4th Floor, University of Florida,

964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves Gainesville, Fl 32611-9988 by February 11. Request -

Roberts Real I Estate ... I must refer to position No. 11093 in order |

986 N. Templo Av. Starke. FL to guarantee consideration. EOE/MF.

964.6262 Plumbing Supplies From


PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves, Durrance Pump & Suppl I

2 BR frame house, CH&A, outbuildings and many extras. lie We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed. t. _

.JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home lot.
on large city :
.US Ml North.04 N.Temple Ave.,Starke 964-7061,
Central! heat and air, carport. $49,500. HOMES c\On --
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COMMERCIAL Prime business location US fo
on 301 with 589 HUT Jill
10% Off
plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building. BEAUTIFUL,0 \) Custom BuiltInsulated
Call for details.

640 ACRES Exc.llent development property in a rapidly Carpet (Inl $ SootDhtI i installed Windows

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that Room AJLWVuieanmg |I. OF NORTH _
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$1200.00 per acre! I. .mio) Aallabla

WATERFRONT 0 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin Florida
Carpet & Co.
Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake. Cleaning Dye FLORIDA Tllt-ln For

Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED \Ueaning

MOBILE HOME On a 1 plUs-minus acre lot with four out
opoolallzo la oloaolif aid ro-tfyolif of waU to wall Mryot" fsnRsrs
21' 66' metal barn. Loads of
buildings Including a x 96467662J5
oloaalitf a** laildo site rfotallRf. Wo off or bide air ......,01.1 ooatraott.Qiallt .

possibilities. /work. low, low rioot. Call ROW to asks ii ....1....... ,

Senior Citizen Discount No Mileoge Charge Free Advice
COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE E. Call St.
George W. Robert. Jr. Broker .01_ .,. Call 9644997Call 0..... ..
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YARD SALES OPPORTUNITIESOWN

HOMES A TUTORfi All subjects, K-S. Certified WANTED REAL ESTATE

SATURDAY... Bi 225 W. Teacher. 533.2901 after 7 p.m. TF
Lawt.y, 2 FOR SALE YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear,
mil**from 301 Look for sign.. Moving CHAIN LINK FENCES Installed. Free ladles apparel chlldrens, large .1.., OUT OF AREA

everything mutt go. Itchg.2/6 estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. petite, combination .tor., maternity I pick upend, pay cash for unwanted nonworking .
FAMILY YARD SAlIt WOODEN HOUSIi20x20 tin roof blocked Owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. tfn unetrlpped, color TV sets and
corn.r Morgan accessories. Jordache, Chic, lee, Lev), LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP PRO-
lid. and Ml. Craft's Garag. Sot.9 til?. up ready to move$500 431-1050 WANT YOUR TO DRINK'THArS BUSINESS E Z Street lied Esprit Tomboy, Calvin tereos. Call 496-2298. betweem 6 ft 8 PIETY If I don't have It, I'll find It. Just

Itchg 26UTATIIALII REDUCED 3BR 2Ba CH/A, FP on 6 ocr. WANT TO STOP Klein S.rglo Vol ant., Evan Picon., Liz P.M. 2/6 2tpd. 2/13 ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR

346 N. Ch.rry St. Frl, Sot In city on Gelger Rd., near South.ld. THA T'IOURSAleahallea Clalborne, M.mb.r.Only, Gasoline, 496-2126 or 496-2903 _... "YOUR
Feb. 7.,. Furniture, 30" elec. .love. Elem. $68,500. 9645876. 1/9TF Healthtex ov.r IOOO others. $13,300 to INSURANCEMAINES UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn

Ireeter. kitchen ut n.lls, complete set NEXT TO SOUTHSIDE ELEMl This 184-4150-'644$54.964.6219 Anonymous $24,900 Inv.ntory, training, flxtur., Home er mobile home loll Dlff.r.ntlocations
of World Book, antlquei. much more. adorable 3BR 1V4 Ba country home ft thru 2/1S grand opening etc. Can op.n 15 day. INSURANCE AOENCYi 160 S. In Homosassa Springs, $100

Itpd 2/6 ho.lu.lb..nr.mod.l.dforyou.| 12xllkltch.n. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows, Mr. Keenan ((305)) 6783639. Itpd 2/6 Lak. Avenue, lake Butler, 496-3978. down. Paved streets, c.ntral water,
central heat on a corner 14
TWO FAMILY YARD SALIi misc. garage YR. ESTABLISHED well)
drilling Service. tfn for 12
.tc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Complete Insurance starting $5,995. 12 1/2 percent
household It.m., chlldr.n and adult lot w/clty water and sewer. PricedIn business for sale. Located 30 mil..'
Real Estate
Lie.
years. Henry Dingus
"" .6071. Orders also tak.n In Lake "
the 30's. Call 473.7541
today.
clothing .team cleaner tires and upper from Stark. Includes drill ,
,
rim. Butler and rig. pump Broker. 19046284500.( ) It 2/6
496-3079
,
office chairs and much mar. Sot and or 4752597. 1/30 4tchg 2/20 Keystone Heights hoist, all tool. and itock. Sacrlfled at MOTORCYCLESTwo

Sun. 9-5 corn.r of Boy!.. Hwy. (CR BY OWNER 3/1 on private drive |lust out 473.4973.2/26 $33,000. Call 481-2883. Hawthorne.
of town. Wood stove, central hoot and BULLDOZERS Wanting to do bulldozer FOR SALE
225)) and NW 40th Ave. 964.8122.26NDIWALK 1/23 4tchg 2/13 3-wtieeleri Honda 200X and 200S.
work. Have 2 bulldoiers 8 looking for
AC. nice. 964.5991.2/6 3tpd 2/20
SAlIt At v.ry WANTEDi Interested
In
Weitern Auto. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE for sale In work. 964.5606 7823333. Ask for .om.on. Less than 30 hrs use. Call 431-1699 Dining Teble' with 'leaf and six chairs.
Ttiurs., Frl., Sat. operating a store. Phone
m.n. wear
Appliances,
g.rd.ntool. 2/6
after 3 P.M. I/302tchg.
Mark. 8/8 tfn Walnut finish Lighted wall unlt-3 sec
Graham. Call .
9644908.
onytlm. Itpd '
,Cabbage Patch doll.,toys,bikes, B.th at 964-3772. Itchg 2/6
2/6 PAINTING ft REMODELING quality workat .. Must see to appreciate. Call
etc. hod 1/6 OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful discount
an affordable price. For a fr.. LAND FOR SALE 496-3206 after 6 P.M. It. 2/6
BLOCK HOME 2BR on. Bath. 509 N.
MOVING SALEi 12' fiberglass boat 20 hp shoe store. Mens, ladles, chlldrens.
estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg Export order cancelled. 23 buildings remain

Church St. CH/A carport shaded yard.
motor 19" color TV lamp., furniture, Nationally known brand. Jordache,
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines from order. 1/3 to 1/2
pot. and pans, book.;cloth., etc. Sat. Call 964.6484.2/6 4tpd 2/27 Evan Plcone 9 West, Capezlo Amolfl, Mountain Land for sale by owner. $100 overseas
relald. Bradford for 10 off le 30x48 3200.
THREE BEDROOM brick home, CH/A. 2 Serving County : was $6,400, now
'.5. South end of Rd. St. Nike, Old Main Trott.r, Naturallzer
Forsyth ((11th ) Bradford Septic Tank S.rvlc. down owner financed, 2 acre tracts, Other sites available. Call
off old 100 South. 964-6550. Itpd 2/6 bath LR/DR fireplace, breakfast years.964-8131. 10/17 TFchg Fomolare, Adidas, Pro Jog Converse, nearby 3.000 ocr. lak., 1 1/2 hours 1(800)537-4323.( ) It. 2/6
room, 560 Glendale St.
FRIDAY AND gameroom. Andrew All
SATURDAY Furniture Puma Geller
many more. north of Atlanta near Ellljay.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes Two refrigerators, $75 each. Call
baby bed, baby Items, tool., flihlng 964.5468.2/6 4tpd 227A cleaned oll.d and adjusted $15. Used first quality merchandise. $21,900 Includes 1(404)276-2727( ) or 14042763668.( ) It. .\1'.3737.1/30 tfn
rod., lots of ml.c. 301 North to Ham. PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS beginning Inventory training 2/6
swing machines for sale. James Gas Range Complete with cylinders, LP
mond Rd. Itpd 2/6 Run a picture of for sale It.m In fixturei, grand opening .
your Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy promotionsand 470 Alabama acres 166 cultivation provides Gas, regualtors and tubing
SATURDAY 1-4i 606 Bridges St. Across our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For 16, Stork. 9648733. 12/5TF round trip air for. Call today. $6,500 annual In com.. Balanc. Call 496-3737 1/30 tfn copper
from Lot. of Info call 9646305. Fashions !-329-2362.. Itpd
city pork. paperbacks, HANDYMANi carpentry painting electrical Prestige woodland. Mark.tabl. timber. Out Price War! Large flashing arrow signs
children* and adult clothing drop., 2/6 building. On. mile river frontage.
complete home repair. $289 complete! Were $499. Lighted
dishes, miss Items. Itpd 2/6 LAND FOR SALE Reasonable rat... Licensed contractor. Wildlife abundant. 176500. United non-arrow $2691 Nonllghted $2191
,----- -- -- Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF MOBILE HOMES Form Agency P.O. Box 755 Troy, Fr.. box letters! Warranty. Can see

BAKER LP GAS, INC. owned and Alabama 36081. 1(205)566011700.( ) EvenIngs locally. ,
Family FOR SALE Factory: 1(800)423-0163( )
LPNs ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Rood
I NEEDED no It 2/6
: down $75 Call operated. We strive to give better 1(305)735-3443.( ) anytime. It 2/6
payment p.r mo. prices and service. W. solicit Signs 11 Deluxe' Flashing Arrow Signs

j IMMEDIATELY 9645606. 10/4 tfn customers who own tanks W. sell and IS USED MOBILE HOMESi Make offer on JOB OPPORTUNITIES $259. Compl.t. ($23 monthly). Factory
LOTS ACREAGE 20 down
1 p.rc.nt rent tanks and cyllnd.r. W. fill on. or all. Olin' Mobil. Home Sal... Direct, warranty. (Save $279)).
| For Private Duty Home : balance In five years, financing by cylinders at our dock for $20. OPEN 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg Delivered without obligation for In.
owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. 1971 12x60 Gu.rdon Statler 2BR both Top.un Suntonnlng beds Now avallabl.,
Mon-Frl 8:45-6:30 Sat. 8453.: spection. Factory toll free
I Casa In Starke 1
ACRE LOTSi Pleasant Grove Settlement. the line reflector/R-UVA beds.
good condition, clean, unfurnish top on
1-800-635-3371, 259.6812 or 2596810. very 1(800)631-4302.( ) anytime Sign. LTD. It
3500. $350 dn., $70 Call Full sales, service and Dealers
p.r mo. 1/23 4tchg 2/13 .d. $5.500. 9647312. 10/3 TF parts. 26
V Excellent Pay t 9645606. 1/03 tfn TIRED OF HAVING STRAIGHT, limp 24x4S DWi on 3 ocr. 3BR 2Ba CH/A. and Rep wanted. Fl. Watts Realistic 23 channel base station, coax
Excellent Benefits ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY $29,500. Phon. 9648399. TF 1(800)257( ) -TSUN. It 2/6 and
t tI lifeless hair that just won't do ant.nno. telescoping pol. $75.
I ROAD $3,000, no down payment $70 anything? Try on.of our body waves atHoirplon. SUWANNEE, FLA. Need a complete Coll 496-3607 Itpd. 2/6
Call At Soon A* Possible p.r mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn change FI.h off own dock.
FOR RENT
I .., now only $35. 964.5.Itchg your Purebreed Bloodhound pups Contact
I CONVAL-AIDE MEDICAL LOT IN CITY $6.000. Call 964.5764; alt.r 2/6 Deluxe 2BR 1'be, huge screen Sport Davis 4961171.. Itchg. 2/6

| STAFFING, INC. t 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn WILL PROVIDE room and board for elderly porch, 2 landscaped lots with On., two. and three bedroom mobile 1984 Pont. Firebird Automatic Transmission
THREE ACRES In city on Gelger Rd. N.or underground sprinkler system. 17 ft. homes. All electric central heat and
Jacksonville person. 9647138. 2/6 3tpd 2/20
J -398-9098 Power brakes and steering. Air
!.!. Southslde Elementary. $7,500. LAND CLEARING ,...6477 or 9648063. Wellcraft w/115 hp Mariner motor. 19" air, cable' TV. Basketball and cruise, tilt, V8 18,000 mil... Call
9645876. 1/23 TF
Itpd 2/6 Zenith color TV w/cabl. Ev.n 8 hp playground Pines Call 4962366.
431-1699, after 5 P.M. 1/30 2tchg. 2/6
Snapper riding mow.r. All you need to SR121 Lak. Butler 1/9 tfn/chg.

BOATS move In today Is cloth., groceries and Six room house, with swimming pool.
WANTED
money, $70,000 net. 3 minutes to N.ar Lake Butler, reasonble rates, nice HELP
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r fishing In Gulf. 904-342-7346 or location. Call 4963018. 1/9 tfn/chg.

H81 STUMPKNOCKER III 25hp Johnson 9043786071. No collect calls, please. Thr. and Four bedroom mobile homes. Government Jobs $16.040-$59,230/yr.

motor with tilt trailer. In excellent 1/9TF S.v.n miles from prison on SR100. Call Now hiring. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext.
shape. $1800. 473-2566. 1/30 2tchg 2/6 196 MOBILE HOMEi good shape. 3BR. 496-2843. 1/30 tfn R-1136 for current federal list. 12/19
PRACTICALLY NEW Flshermarlne Boat $2,500. 964.8484.19TF Rental Space for Mobil. Home All 8tpd. 2/6

with 9.5 hp M.rcury motor Depth- MUST SELLI! 1983 Fleetwood mobile hookups, close to school and Semi drlv.r training Earn big bucks-

IB I 964-5065 4 Finder trailer. Cost ov.r$4.000 $2,000 home, 14x70, 3BR 2Bo, excellent con everything city utilities. Call 4963737. Drive big trucks. DOT certification.
g.t It. Firm price. 533.2611 after 5 p.m. dition. Call 9.....55. 1/16 4tchg 2/6 1/30 tfn Local and National Job Plac.m.nt

Itpd 2/6 FOUR USED MOBILE HOMES all 4 for SMALL 3 BR HOUSES In Lake Butler Assistance. Correspondence/resident

REALTOR' $5,000 or buy just one at low, low carp.t, air, In city. Available after F.b. training. Eligible Institution for Federal
prlc. '964.8877.2/6 2tchg 2/13 7. Call 964.6305. ask for John. TF Aid GSL. Call 18002519042.( ) United

,+ h rsesl 2000 SQ. FT. BUILDINGOn -eaeeeee -. Truck Master Resident Training: Tampa -

Hwy. 301 South | HAROLD WATERS, JR. I II PERSONAL SERVICES Florida. It. 2/6
Sales Help Wanted Earn $50,000 plusselling
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I FOR LEASE Masonry Concrete Work j jlayou's S.ptlc Tanks Brlce Jon. S.ptlc Tanks- fundralslng products to schools,

N.w septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations churches, etc. Exclusive distributor
,
lounda'lons driveways >
Area
Reception
I bulkheads, all block 8 brick work | and pump out tanks. Aft.r 7 ship. Unlimited financing, 33 percent
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100
Waiting Room 473-2348 A.M.. Call 375-2268 Aft.r 7 P.M., Call profit three months vacation,
30.'pd 2 20 t 2752197.' tfnchg. 1/23 documented earnings. Call Michael at
and 8 Offices L'
--- -- Tractor Work Plowing mowing and 1(404)373-3800.( ) It 2/6

RESIDENTIAL Can B* ConvertedTo 40440040448040444040 disking. Experienced and reasonable. Goss community offset web working

Rental Space Bill Arnold Call 496-3135. 1/30 6tpd. pressroom .up.rvl.or. Experienced

964.8848 473.3627 NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT? good benefits.Central Florida location.

Call Alan, Liz, Wendy, $ HOMES Send resume to Citrus Publishing, Inc.,
P.O. Box 1899. Inverness. Fl. 32650. It
Tony or LindaA' 2/6 .
Hairplanes Gov.rnm.nt Homes from $1 (U repair).
Also delinquent tax property. Call "
-- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
964-4645 "* Z
JanetMt ,, 18056876000.( ) Ext. GH-1 i 36, for Infor
I 444444440444444444444
motion 12/19 8tpd. 2/6

Starling House for sale on corner lot. Two W. or. looking for a strong believer to

bedroom,on. bath on stilts Including own our franchise.Investment 19500.
Realtor VACUUM seawall, central h.at and air 35 miles Call Sylvia W.II. a. 1(404)354-8004( ) 9
e2 BR 21a home In the country. south of Tallahassee. 70000. A.M. to 9 P.M Monday-Friday. It 2/6

$29,900. 1(904)372.1560( ) 19049267029.( ) It 2/6

9..r !! JUST REDUCED from $34,000: 4.87 SALENEW 1984 Doublewld. For Information, Call Classified Ads

ocr. with well septic, and 35 ft. 4962865. 1 tpd 2/6
pool. $16.500.eHOUSEI & USED Get Results

U MOVE Make off.r.el.1 Own
b WeFlnanceO
:- ACRESi with old.r home, KIRBYS

*GREAT BUY 2.5 acres on limited entry road off US 301 South. Completely" beautiful pecan trees, 48000. ROYALS

remodeled, rewired new plumbing 969 sq. ft., 2 BR, 1 both?'tompl.t", 1.6 ACRESt 12x60 MH 15000. EUREKAS D & S Welding ServicePortable

covered by our Buyers Protection Plan for 1 year after purchase.: Only e15 ACRES Old.r home and DW HOOVERS

$34,000. CALL TODAY I .. mobile home, 47500. ELECTROLUX
e11.' ACRES 1 Well. septic tanks, FILTER QUEENS on All Types Welding

pond pole barn. $33,500
*ALL YOU WANTS grow your own fruit do your own work catch your own fish. e5 ACRES! $12.500; 10 ACRES COMMERCIALWe SEARS Specialize In Stainless

9.31 acres and 1200 sq. ft. mobile ham. -, 25000. Excellent Terms. makes
*BEST PRICE for ov.r 1200 sq. ft. $32,000 in family oriented neighborhood. e4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. $12,500. repair all & Aluminum Welding

*THIS IS ITI HAVE ALL) location, convenience dre.dfcountry living.Well- e5 Ac.i Pav.d frntg. 12500. AI Young'sSince

built from. horn., extra large storage building and greenhouse.. just 2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 ocr., zoned -

$60.000. commercial 65000. 1957 Call 964.4060
*JUST OFF BESSENT RDi 4 or 7 acres with a brick veneer horn.uplu.6th.rbuilding e50 Ac.i$50.000.
and.xtros. '-'. (*04)) 782-3931 964.6918

*LET US SHOW YOU THIS comfortable 3 BR,+ 2'bath brick v.n..r In good P.O. Drawer
3 Miles north of
neighborhood. Assumable mtg. ','. 301 S. Lowt.y
Starke US
301
,, *IMMACULATE 3 BR, 2 bath mobile ham. on Vi acr..Y'Pc-hop.ca! port.. on .j. LAVERN H. OUTLAW

porch awnings, kitchen equipped. ?.. :. _
.' t. .. ". IJI
Broker
*3% ACRES with large lovely house In country.
*$T. CLAIR STi 2 BR frame home. '.***. !" "I:* YOUNG MEN AND WOMENAGES SSEfot BM' 9645478Allodate.

*DALEWOODi Nice 3 BR 2 bath. -' >y: MJiffilWi

WESTMORELAND STREET 3BR block. 16.21
*
*TWO BEDROOM one bath 301 North. .. ._........*........*...i- .

*MOBILE HOME on V4 ocr., 3 mil. S. on Hwy ,9J.'f,;;f\...rV:. )\o... ., Job Corps offering on Job Trainingand DAVID L. DODGE. MSA
.
." .,,.': "'":'1'.-... ." "uw_' Paid Living Expenses 964-4522 Designated Appraiser
SMALL FARM AND ACREAGE Clerical
Secretary Welding
Ees. 964-5370
*HAMPTON 80 ocr. for sale. STARKE. FL.
*OET AWAY FROM IT ALL 20 acres minutes frpnf/ 301', o flhanjced.: Nursing Assistant Mechanic Const. Training South Ml Plaza KAY C. WATERS OPAL DICKSON

*EXECUTIVE financing.ESTATE 7.3 acrei near Country Club reo'd/to. build on. Goodowner Applications now being taken Tuesday, February 11 Open Mon. thru 5 a. Res. 944-6941 Res. 964-7333

9 a.m.12 Noon at H.R.S. 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Approl.al..
*QUIET YET CONVENIENT to Gainesville and Stdrke. 4 rolling acres portly
Farm Commercial Bu.lnnsYour
for Retluonce
-
will consider terms. 1250 Andrews Circle Starke Fl
wooded, $11,900.Own.r IV'. '. e Full S.rvlc. R.ol Estate Office.
*20 ACRES and house on Brownl. Rd. Local call 964-8038 Toll Free 1-800-624-9191
or
."- *FOR RENT 3BR 1 bo In city good neighborhood

WATERFRONT ? CAREFREE LIVING In this spacious 3BR 3 bo brick home on beautiful Hampton
*1 CROSBY LAKE Canol Lots. Lake. Features LR, formal) DR family room with flr.plac., eat-In kltch.n, 2-car

*WARMING UP FAST) Spend your summers on the lake.' Call us to ss,one of garage, dock w/pavlllon, boothouse w/boat lilt. Many other amenities. Own.r

our several lov.ly lot. Mobile Home Roofovers Call Collect: financed
\. .., *COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE but conv.nl.nt to city. You can have up to 29

BUILDING LOTS '. Protects and Insulates 10% OFF beautiful ocr. with this beautiful spacious 3 BR 2'/ both home with many many

*WISTMORELAND STREET building lot 5000. amenities. ABSOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN TO BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.
lot hospital. < COMMERCIAL OR RETAIL on S. Walnut St. with 2 apartm.nt. that are rented.
*APPROX. % ACRE! lovely building past
*M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage Only 17500.
*NICE BUILDING LOT only 5000. ,
lot. h11E1 FinancingAvailable' *4 ACRES HIGH ft DRY lots of trees, close to Sampson Lake Great for mobile
*SOUTHGATIi Lov.ly building IBl Ble
*LARGE WOODED CORNER b"lIdlng'lt.: priced to'tfell dt 10500. H l horn., S14.0OO.

*GREEN ACRES SPECIAL within city limits, mpst see to appreciate this buildinglot. *FIVI ACRES on 100 W..t, Only 12500.
*AVAILABLEi for rent lease or sale, 3/2 on 2 ocr., CH/A, w/fireploce. Near

*HAMPTON LAKE VICINITY convenient to public boat ramp.-I One lovely wood' FSP and Lawt.y Correctional.
*LAKEWooD AREAS Executive horn. In an exclusive area with access to Crosby
ad ocr. for sale. Lak. Quality construction throughout. 4 bedroom 2 bath with ,
*CLOSI TO BRADFORD HOSPITAL and Southslde Elem: v.ry pretty lot waiting many many
Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL amenities.
home. Only 5000.
for your new Stone *10 ACRES 20 ACRES,and 25 ACRESt all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hayor
NORTH FLORIDA
OF grazing.' Hwy. 325 S. of Hampton.
. COMMERCIAL
3 UNIT APARTMENT HOUSE on Walnut St., let rentals pay for your living Insulated or Storm 215 E. Call Street *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 301 North, 58 acres, h.avy In pin. timber. $100.000.
*
Windows *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 3 parcels to choose from.
,. Starke. Fla. 964-6766
quarto LOCATION for retail/professional businesses. N.w building units with' *1 ACRE MINI-FARMs land In pasture, 3BR, 2Bo, super kltch.n, $11,900.CROSBY .
*PRIME LAKE INLETi Canal to Crosby Lake, larg. DW mobile home, 3/2, n.w
Priced to sell)
of .xtra parking.
pl.nty double-pane windows Owner financed 534500.
.
BUILDING Hwy. 100 Eot.SuanFaulkn.rR.ddlshREALTOR
I *COMMERCIAL : *MOTIVATED OWNER Priced reduced $1,000 to 52900. Southgate area. 3/2,

I Sales Manager'.Ev.ning.964.104E -. CYPRESS MULCH' great room many amenities. Moke offer
REALTOR ASSOCIATES *REDUCED TO $62,000t 3BR 2Ba home In city. Fenced back yard. Corner lot.

*4 BEDKOOMi fenced yard. In town only $32.900.
'''.51.2
Ir.n.L. Faulkner '
$u.snn.Kltchens 964-7630 Bob Matthews 964-7211 & PINE BARK with*BRING excellent ON THE t.rm.HORSES CATTLEi acres with house on highway.Priced right.

Le.Hard.nbreak9644521
Lou Young 964-792J *FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 W..t, 'A acre building lots, owner financed
* We deliver
*
I You pick-up or HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on ....nt Rd. ft Flume Rd. Owner financed.

LEE HARDENBROOK"" .6527 APPRAISALS Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3/2. eat-In kit., great room, carport owner fin. $51,500.
*ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES! 15 lots, corn.r of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. 1
* : LANDSCAPING
;
CROSS TIES FOR to 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins Lou-Ann Nursery 1 Lot Oak laden with lake vl_.
RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL I *FOR RENT Farm home. 3BR, 2 bath.W.'nvU.'nQulrl. .
Rentals Available 964.6649 ..On Our Other Properties
..REALTOR ASSOC.
Werner
Carol Thinking of Buying or Selling Call uI
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FOR RENT HELP WANTED HOUSE FOB SAL on corner lot. 2 3 LOTS 2 BR 2 BA, CH/AC, partially furnished
bedroom 1 bath, on stilts Including wood roofover, odd one, 30 ft. -
BEAUTIFUl 2 BR on lok. Great room 160 PER HUNDRED PAID POi RIMAM.ING seawall, central heat and air, 35 miles antenna and dish, solar woterheater,
with beam ceiling, deck wood stove, LETTERS FROM HOMII Send .. /- south ol Tallahassee $70.000. ((904) underground sprinkler system, pole
two car garage large shady lot. $375 addressed, stamped envelope for In 372-1360 ((904)) 926-7029. 2/61con building, 12 X 24 utility building, carport r :
month. 16943087. 1/16 tfnchg formation/application. Associate, 470 ALABAMA ACRES -166 cultivation patio, fruit trees, '.nced.I39,900 :,
2 BR MOBILE HOME Melrose area $170 Box 95-B. Rosselle. Ml 07203. lOtpd provides $6,300 annual Income. with $10,000 i down at 12X or considerless 1 e'.g
month and deposit Also on. all new 12/12.2/13 Balance woodland. Marketable timber. expensive property in trade on
mobile home, furnished. $220 a month HELP WANTED You want a |lob? Call Outbuilding. 1 mile river frontage. Gustafson Road. 473-7139. 3tpd
plus deposit for fair, respectable couple 4733001. Hchg 2/6 Wlldllle abundant. 176000. United 1/30-2/13
,16846634 or 4752694. 1/16 CHOIR DIRECTOR-OBGANIIT Faith Farm Agency P. O. Box 755, Troy, FREE Short on cash, short on credit? ,
tfnchg Presbyterian Church. Send resume toRt Alabama. 36081. ((205)) 366-1870. Even- Credit check by phone. 351-1 131. .4tchg '
WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR, furnished. 2 Box 2733 Melrose, Fl 33666 or 'Inge ((208)135.2142.2/6) : fcan 1/30.2/20 ,,
Yearly rate available. $250 month call 473-4525. 2tpd 2/4-13 LAND POM SALI /Mountain land for sole OWNER WILL FINANCE New 14 wide .1' I
249.7884. 4tpd 1/30-2/20 SECRETARY Faith Presbyterian' Church. by owner $100 down owner financed mall down $115 month. Buy hen, pay '. I
ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED apartment, Hours 91. Mon-Frh Send resume to Rt. :2 acre tracts, nearby 3,000 acre 'lake, here. 351.2126.4tchg 1/30.2/20 I
$175 month; 2 BR trailer partially furnished 2 Box 2733 Melrose FL 3244 or call 1 Vi hours North of Atlanta near EIII USED a REPO HOMES Small down, ,
$200 month; 1 BR trailer unfurnished 4734525. 2tpd 2/6.13 lay. I (404276.2727): or 1 (4042763668.) credit check by phone 351.1131, 4tchg
$150 month. Call 4752812. DOSS COMMUNITY offset web working 2/6 lean 1/30.2/20 I
Ucha 2/6 pressroom supervisor. Experienced NOAM OR MOBILI, HOMI LOTS Dif It X 51 MH- on 160 X 120 lot. 2 BR 1 BA;
I WO BEDROOM l'/i bath mobile home. good benefits Central Florid* location. ferent locations In Homosassa Springs, central air and heat, carport and
Private rood on 2 acres. $225/month. Send resume to Citrus Publishing, Inc., $100 down. Paved streets, central screened-ln porch, utility bulldlng-6 X 8 !
4732566. 1/302tchg2/6 P. O. Box 1899, Inverness, FL 32650. water, starting$5,995,12Vi percent for with washer hook-up, fenced yard. :.
2/6 fcan 12 years. Henry Dingus, Lie real estate Shuffle board with equipment ..
PERSONAL SERVICES SALES HELP WANTED Earn $30,000 plus I broker. ((904)) 62B-4500.2/6 Icon Keystone Heights. 19044733781. )Itpd Save Our American Raptors... .. : i

selling fundralslng products to schools, 2/6 (Above) Dot Newman holds a Crested Cara Cara, one of our endangered 'i
churches, etc. Exclusive dlstrlbutorship.
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, CARS, TRUCKS American raptors.
Unlimited 33% profit,
kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. three months financing vacation & 1OATS Lost (Below) Doris Mager shows off the Crested Cara Cara to teachers,
Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after documented earnings. CailMichael faculty and students at Keystone Heights Elementary School. '
530 p.m 1/5 tfnchg at (404) 373-3800.: 2/.fcanMISCELLANEOUS REWARD) Black male Labrador, mixed. Mager told the children how raptors like the Crested Cara Cara and the
CARPET AND VINVli Repairs and Ins 1983 TIANS AM Loaded with Lost Nov. 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Bald Eagle have had their numbers dangerously reduced in Amerlcaln '.. .
stal lotions. Free estimates. Ten years everything $8495. 473.3360 from'-5 or Road. Answers to "Minor". 4737162. recent years. .
experience. Coll 4734217 and ask for 475-1468 evenings and weekends. 4tchg 1/16-2/6 :"" "
Craig. 5/17 tfnchgBABYSITTING 4tch 2/6-27 MALE COCKER SPANIEL I blonde, blue
In my home, seven daysa PAC RAT Buy, Sell and trade. Used fur. 198 IKVLARK A/T, A/C. tlltsteerlng, collar, lost Jan. 23. Last seen on Christian \
week day or night. 4737876. 2tpd nlture, appliances, household. Hems, new Radial tires and new point, 71,000 Camp Rood. Answers to
1 30.2/6 collectable, glassware, old |werly, mile. Sacrifice at $1,350 firm "Porkchops." Reword. Call 4737678. SOAR. :
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt, tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 473-7618. Itpd 2/6 Itpd 26Need ..
mildew peeling paint from homes, FOR SALE OR TRADE Paperback books. 1981 HONDA ACCORD LX A/T, A/C, PS ,
driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick. 480 S. Lawrence Blvd. Open 10.9, Mon end brakes. Four way stereo, velour
473-2452, 3tchg 2/6-20 Sat. 4tchg 2/6.27 Interior, new tires, excellent condition. Gives '
"Eagle Lady" ::
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Mon-Fri, EXPORT ORDER CANCELLED 23 $2950 firm. 4737618. Itpd 2/6 .-
7.6. Infants and school age starting buildings remaining from overseas ItM TOYOTA CELICA GT liflbock, Custom I ,
March 1 I. Make reservations now. Call order. 1/3 to 1/2 off. I.: 30x48 was '-.....d. A/C, AM/FM radio cassette. 1
Debbie Singletary, days-786-5396 $6400 now $3200. Other sites Goad condition $1,470. 473.7618.1tpd Draperies? Lecture '
after 6:30.473.7674.: 3tchg 2/6-20 available. Call 1 ((800)) 927-4323. 2/6 2/6 on Raptors .
fcan Call Lorna Stephens
HANDYMAN elec. .
: carpentry painting '
'tncal complete home repair PRICE$289 WAR complete- Large! Were flashing$4! ,arrow". lighted signs 496-0071 j By Linda Wliai tun. I.H.M Editor value of birds of prey in the natural l
Reasonable rotes. Licensed contractor FOR SALE TF A great horned owl, affectionately world. I
non-arrow $2691 Nonllghted $2191
Coil Mitch 4733940. 1/30TF Ms travels throughout
Free box letters! Warranty Con see named E.T., soared over student's Mager
NEED A BREAK? Will take core of your locally. Factory: 1 ((800)) 423-0163, MUST SACMFICI Hammond 5000 series heads during Doris Mager's presen- Florida presenting these informative
children or elderly person and clean anytime. 2/6 fcan organ with double keyboard, base 478-2' 413.4384GVIII.Area tation of her educational Save Our and educational programs in
your home. Daytime only. Also professional TOPSUN SUNTANNING MM Now pedals, and rhythm section, $795 Call 473.3146KyD American Raptors (SOAR) programin the public schools. She also presents 1
: business and home cleaning available, top of the lin. reflector/R- 473-2210: weekdays or 473-4648 the Keystone Elementary her programs to civic groups and Is
ea
references and reasonable rates. Call UVA beds. Full sales, Service and weekends. for appointment to see. tfn ENOUGH cafetorium last Friday morning. scheduled to appear during the I
Jean 474-4295. 2/6 2tchg 2/13) Parts. Dealers and Reps wanted. FL SCWNMO MACHINE Singer Athena 2000. PIECES FOR Mager, known as "The Eagle wildlife celebration at the
Original price $857, balance $237 or SPLIT WOOD FENCE Okefenokee National Wildlife t tRefuge
WATTS 1 ((800)) 257TSUN. 2/6 fcan Lady, also brought along a bald
PETS SIGNS!11 I Deluxe flashing arrow signs $20 month. 4752692. 2tchg 1/30.2/6 A rox. 60 80' I x 8' hl eagle, the national symbol; a ma- on Saturday, March 23.
$259. Complete. ($23 monthly). Factory ROfO-HOC TILLER self-propelled, new jeslic golden eagle which had abouta Mrs. Mager has been I
SHEPHERD MIXED PUPS 5.8 months, direct warranty (save $379.). engine 5 HP Tecumseh $273. 10 ft. Hwy 100 Keystone Hgts. 6 ft. wing span; and a comical rehabilitating, training and lectur- "'
good watch dogs all shots $10. Delivered without obligation for In fiberglass Travelpod boat with cover Crested Caracara that delighted the ing on birds of prey for more than 20
4733368 Itpd 2/6 spection. Factory toll fr.. 1 ((800)) end trolling motor, $200. 473-4742. children with its flippant toss of the years, during which time she has
621-4302, anytime. SIGNS, LTD. 2/6 Itpd 2/6 head and call. successfully rehabilitated more than
fcan COMMERCIAL During her brief lecture, in which 50 Southern Bald Eagles, either '
she captivated the undivided attention returning them to the wild or placing ,
FloweringDogwoods LAND FOR SALE YARD SALE STORY of elementary students Ms. them in educational institutions ." .
Mager described the personal where they can be used for teaching ,
,
LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake $13,500. SALI-PACK RAT Dealers welcome Fri. BUILDING history and characteristics of each and in breeding programs. "
Owner will finance. $164 per month. and Sat. Feb. 7 % 8 from 10 5. of the birds she presented that day She has also conducted Bald Eagle
4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 Highway 21 N. Keystone Heights. and its ecological value. She also explained nest surveys in numerous Florida
LAKE LOT Deer Springs Lake 70 ft 4732183.: Itchg 2/6 3,000 sq. ft. the dangers to (these species counties, working in conjunctionwith
lakefront 190 ft. deep.. Call GIANT GARAGE SALE Sat. A Sun. 95. caused by man and the measures the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service I!
All Sizes 904-268-4843 after 5 p.m. 1/30 tfnchg Household items, furniture, lamps, FOR SALE OR LEASE which can be taken to insure their and the Florida Game and k I>
KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Nicely' wooded mist Items Corner Immokalee and Will Divide) Into Smeller Unit survival. And why these endangered Fresh Water Fish Commission. (
1/3 acre. Ready to build on. $4400. Cat Line Road. Two story cedar house. species should be appreciated This program was also presented \
Call 496.3193 Call 4752598. 3tpd 1/30-2/13 Itch, 2/6 Hwy 21 protected.Ms. to students of the Keystone Heights I
SATURDAY, Fit. 8 Woodland Drive, Between
ArUlros
( K.yston..nd Mager helped establish Junior and Senior High School and N I!:
[ turn left above Sabo's off 21N cancelIf
Small 5 wash S.O.A.R., Inc on Feb. 23, 19B3. The was sponsored jointly by the II
rain. flowerpots cents
;
Will
$45 furniture, household Consider Equity Trad purpose of this organization is to Keystone Heights Woman's Club
pot ; some
items, clothes, tools, 3-wheeler :200-S For Rental Property educate the public, especially the and the Jaycee. Chapter. here- in i
(less than 25 hours) $1500. Itchg :2/6 young people teaching: them the Keystone. ,
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BUSY'S ELECTRIC KOMPANY "

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES a Shop & Compare I 11 I

Residential Commercial e Industrial SUM DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks Special Insurance for

Electrical Service Calls Only Drive Big Trucks. D.O.T. certification. Mobile Home Park
Local and National Job Placement All types of homeowners .
I 10 Years Experience Assistance: Correspondence/Resident policies for
Training. Eligible Institution for Federal mobile homes.
Aid GSL. Call 1 ((800)) 2519042. UNITED "E4i
BILL BUSY Electrician TRUCK MASTER. Resident Training: Call for Quote ,

Tampa, Florida. 2/6 Icon Olin's Mobile
+ -j 964-8993 tUSINf OPPORTUNITY" We are looking ,
& for a strong believer to own our Sales ir
Home 'i
franchise Investment 19500. Call I
Syl/le Wells at ((404)) 354.8004. 9-9. 1 ,; I
Mon Fri. Pleese note State of Florida Elaine M. Olin, Agent ,nIN 7 II

dvertteiig number fer this ad Is S27. C 944.5404 1 I Ifr I
SELECT WOODS, INC. 1 2/4 ken ,

Choice Hardwoods e e Custom Cut ; i I

Hwy. 100 W. Keystone Heights Steve ...................., ii i

Broadway
EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE QUALITY CLEANING

Pcs of Pecky or Reg. 18".24"t-10lt. l.n TREE SERVICE SERVICE

CYPRESS SLABS CEDAR SLABS Is Now
Ir
CARPETSiHomeorOHice
Makes A Great ,
Topper
24' up to 8.10. II ft' BROADWAY & WALTERS
For Kitchen Cabinets
G reo' 'or Table Tops Removal Calls .73.3157 '
Counter Tops I 1!" ,:" "".
Trimming 000000000000100404 -;: .
GVilleAveo 475.2885 Keystone Area 473-4384 or 473-3146 "
Stump Removal 1'1: ,
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Firewood 475-2885 473-4314 .
CVIIIe Area 473.3144 & "
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Free Estimate Keystone Ar.. .
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473-7097 473-7679 CUSTOM-MADE
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Alter 5 P.M. CABINET DOORS

KfystMie Heights Other SELECT Custom WOODS Woodworking INC. Lady d gers.ee

Licensed .&.Insured Hwy. 100 Keystone Hgts.


,(from page 4A) coming oil the one-point 46-45 KH

JANE s. USHERYour five in the fourth. Beverly Mosley win, which Mosley won with a free
Realtor Starke TAE KWON DO AcademyNOW had an off-night after.the KH game, throw with six seconds left in the
Union County scoring 8 points and fouling out. in game.
496-2126 or 496-2903 the third period. BHS S 17 12 1 4i
360 W. Main St., L.... ....1... OPEN 6 DAYS WEEK BHS subs got a' good-amount of Hawthorne 2 12 12 f 3*
play in the Hawthorne game as two ass icorlngi Riddlin 11/4 I/. Ip.ll '../.,,
10:30 to 8 3 Classes Per
: a.m.
p.m. Day Moilty 3-1/3/s, JtnkliM' 1-1/1-1, Davis" "-"4-,,.
Real Estate..Tha Largest and Best starters fouled out, and some Totals If i/IS.45,

Investment You Will Ever Mak. Personal Instruction from A.J. Allen ((5th Degree Mack 1.11)) I weren't Hawthorne.productive Coach Slater against con Brown Hawthorn t-t/t-t.Tammy coring l ,Wllllom..s/I.II.Tina Williams -WalM/.".

& Terry Belcher (in otgrtf Black Belt) tributed the BHS sluggishness to 5.0/1.4. H.wkln.'oG/H.Totals l /IS->'. ,

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WORTHINGTON SPRINGS The world's longest beard was grown by a Norwegian :

BEAUTIFUL HOME and income producing property. Call Dan Belcher 964.4060 named now In the Hans Smithsonian Langseth. It Institution.was 17 1/2 feet long and Is ."' .'.

SMALL TRACTS OF ACREAGE: 3.10 acres. Owner financed. 309 Center Street Starke ,

LAKE BUTLER AREA

e3 BEDROOM, '/. Bath concrete block home, CH/A, eoubU- I. 0 .g3' :-- t(4 .

oven, stove, fenced back yard. Ideal locatl.n, welktag

distance to town.

LARGE TRACTS OF ACREAGE: for sale in Union County. Approximately WHAWSHOPWorthington : .....p.

100 to 350 acres.
acres
bite and
mosquito
The average time lapse between a
RAIFORD AREA mosquito itch is about three minutes.
Springs 496-2534
e3 BEDROOM HOME or\ one acre needs small amount of

repair. Price IS negotiable.
Hwy 301 SouthNo I1andl g0USeS eT1er5F
FOR RENTe3 Sales & RepairsChain JgPaaE

BEDROOM, 1'/. bath home in Lake Butler. $350/month. Down Payment

e3 BEDROOM HOME In Raiford. $275/month.


FOR APPOINTMENT TO SEE THESE AND OTHER lOCATIONS. Saws & LawnmowersOPEN Many and Styles

CALL. .. ... '64-884$

JANE USHER Realtor

496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves. : Monday-Friday 8:005:00: : Er.ningsa 744-4073

"Your Union County REALTOR" Saturday 8:00: -1:00: 73.3627t '












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I '. ObituariesMrs.


I Patricia Spengler all her life and was a homemaker, Tenn.,Mrs.Triest moved to Putnam Mrs. Alma Dowling grandchildren and four great-great most of her life In Portland, Maine.
farmer and Baptist. Hall forty years ago. She was a grandchildren. She moved to Lake Butler twelve
I Mrs. Patricia Ellen Badman Survivors include two sons, W. L. member of First Assembly of God in Mrs. Alma A. Dowling, 85, of Funeral services were held Saturday years ago. She was a homemakerand
Spengler, 59,of Starke,died Friday and Monroe Carter, both of Starke; Keystone Heights and a postmasterfor Jacksonville Beach, died Wednes Feb. 1 in the Chapel of Archer a member of the Methodist
: Jan. 31 in North Fla. Regional\ three daughters, Hazel Baciewicz of the past twelve years with the day, Jan. 30 at the Beaches Hospital Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Church.
! Hospital in Gainesville following along San Antonio,Tx., Gladys Eichmannof Putnam Hall Postal Service. after an extended illness. Rev.Bob Schneck officiating.Burial Survivors include son, CharlesBlake
I Illness. Sacrament, Calif., and Linda followed in Dekle Cemetery under of Lake Butler; sister, KeithaJ.
I Born Sept. 7, 1926 in British Columbia Moser of Brookfield,Wisconsin; one Survivors include her husband, Born in Bradford County, Mrs. the direction of Archer Funeral Preston of Skowhegan; and two
i ,Canada, Mrs. Spengler moved sister, Dollie Powers of Ft. Myers; James Floyed Triest; two sons,Joey Dowling lived most of her life in Home. brothers, Bradford Johnstone and
to Starke 31 years ago from and 8 grandchildren. Kelsey of Putnam Hall and Johney Wilmington, N.C. and Jacksonville Richard Johnstone, both of
i Washington, D.C. She was a Graveside funeral services were Kelsey of Morgan City, La.; her Beach.She was the widow of the late Skowhegan.
I member of First United Methodist held Friday, Jan. 31 at Dyal mother, Mollie P. Petty of Putnam Vasco Dowling and a member of the Mrs Violet Blake Funeral services were held Tues
Church.Mrs.Spengler was a former Cemetery with Rev. Bobby Epps of Hall; two brothers, Clarence Pettyof Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Violet E. Blake, 92, of Lake day, Feb. 4 in the Chapel of Archer
member of Junior Woman's Club, ficiating. Burial followed under the Knoxville, Tenn., and Charles K. Butler, died Sunday Feb. 2 in the Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
Past President of Starke Woman's direction of Jones Funeral Home of Petty of Denver, Co.; three sisters, Survivors include daughter, Baker County Care Center after an Rev. Donald Dalton officiating.
Club, Girl Scout Leader and Director Starke. Evelyn Vanderburg and Georgette Catherine Raulerson of Jacksonville extended illness. Burial will follow in Portland,
Chairman of Bradford County Flanagan, both of Putnam Hall and Beach; two grandchildren, 6 great Born in Canada, Mrs. Blake lived Maine.
School Board and member of the Katherine Allen of Immokalee, Fla.
School Board since 1974 Director of
Tessie
Mrs. EppersonMrs. MMijMMMiiiiBMiMMBBBMB
iiMiMiHiBMBBBBBPPMiiMaiiMBBBBBHBiKBP
March of Dimes, a recipient of Civic Graveside funeral services were
Service Award from Chamber of Tessie H. Epperson, 82, of held Wednesday, Feb. 5 at Keystone
Commerce and a member of the Springhill, Fla.,died Friday,Jan. 31 Ills Cemetery with Rev. Earl JONES FUNERAL HOME
Chamber of Commerce since 1968. at Evergreen Woods Health Care Thompson( officiating. Burial followed
She also participated in many other Center in Springhill.Born under the direction of Jones
organizations. Nov. 10( 1903 in Coalton, Funeral Home of Keystone. 514 Nona Starke Hwy 100 Keystone Heights
Survivors include her husband, Ohio, Mrs. Epperson was a 964-6200 473.176::
Vincent J.of Starke; son,John M.of homemaker and a member of MainSt.
Jacksonville; three daughters,Judy Methodist Church in Jackson Card of ThanksWe SYMPATHY and UNDERSTANDINGIs
both of ville.
Dukes and Deborah Forman,
would like to thank each of
Survivors include her husband you
Starke Augustine and;Dorisann two brothers M. Bettes, Percy of St.C. Raiford L., Sr., of Springhill;, flowers for your, cards prayers, and, visits all expressionsof the food, What You Get From Jones Funeral Home
and daughter, Bettie J. Mizelle of
and Jack Badman of England;
seven grandchildren. Bushnell; son Ray L. Epperson,Jr. sympathy extended during our
Funeral services for Mrs. Spenger of St. Petersburgj; two grandsons, bereavement.Each act will always be Jones Convalescent Service
of and Ken
were held in First United Methodist Dan McKinney Hampton ,-
Church, Starke, on Monday, Feb. 3, McKinney of Brunswick, Ga.; two remembered.The Family of toy Floyd 964-6223 .... '\> i,
Householderof
with Rev. Ballard Wilson officiating. granddaughters.Cindy } q4 I
4
Bushnell and Susan Epperson of I
Arrangements were handled by try Non-Emergency Medical ,
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.In St. Petersburg; and 6 great grand Card of Thanks +' '. ..... .
lieu of flowers, contributionsmay children. I wish to thank everyone for their transportation for .... +ow ,1.;
be made to the Research Dept., Funeral services were held Mon prayers, visits, phone calls, cards stretcher & wheelchair j'.t I!
American Cancer Society, 1199 Bes- day, Feb. 3 at Dewitt C. Jones and flowers during my recent stay at patients in Bradford ?: .
sent Rd., Starke, Fla. 32091. Chapel in Starke with Rev. Ben P. Bradford Hospital and my successful w .. -- :l
& Counties
Bryant officiating. Burial followedin surgery.Special Clay ;
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the thanks to Dr. Hernandezand r A ,
Mrs Bessie CarterMrs. direction of Jones Funeral Home. Dr. Sundusadee and all the fine Monuments
nurses who took care of me. __ _
Bessie Agnes Carter, 76, of
Starke, died Wednesday, Jan. 29 in Mrs Thelma Triest Ethalin Savage Cosby Harold Johnson SteveFutch
Whispering Pines Care Center, Mrs. Thelma Louise Triest, 68, of
Starke, following an extended il- Putnam Hall,died Sunday,Jan.26 in .
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lness. Alachua General of Gainesville .. ,. -- ,
Born Jan. 28, 1910 in Bradford following a long illness. '
County, Mrs. Carter lived in Starke Born Dec. 24, 1917 in Knoxville, -

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';f'f'-"'_. MOTORS SENTRY FEBRUARY SALE


;: / Welcomes/ Hardware -- -Sale Ends February 22 1986
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'fr. TEX FLUSH VALVEREPLACEMENT ___A?a_ WATER

4 i : PATRICK SEAL!


At r to their staff. rtc $495. $13991C

; .ift., Tex will be SILICONE Reg. Value 17.99Waterproofs Water,

:ft.' 'l selling New & Used Reg..Value 5.95 SILICONE II HiC4J Seal..
amp : Waterpioofing, Formula
Stops noliyJollet tanks & CAULKQ99 !
u .
-' wood brick, ,
,
,
& TRUCKSRent costly inlet, leaks tt II 4' -a
CARS
coo
concrete, fII a,, v; _
to Install!
Easy
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dry d, It' :
masonry (
( or Lease) Replaces old ballcock $ wall, leather, 11,"" 0- .'"" ,g".."..".....""
assemblies!
and canvas. \MCVCVT3 iMMTUM'jiWMAMICK '
Tex invites all his friends in the area to No rust parts. Gallon size can. 4 CiUCMTt
WFLUIOMASTER: 200A 10101 _

stop in and discuss their vehicle needs.


TERWILLEGAR MOTORSHwy. KITCHEN FAUCET TIRE PUNCTURE
WITH SPRAY!

301 & 100 Starke 964-7200 Handy single-control, In chrome.Homemaker's SEAL!
Improved formulation
473-FORD Gainesville 377-1096 helper spray.
Keystone -
weatherproofs and Insulates

$ i99i with 50-year durability.Use unctun
interior or exterior.
NOW EVERY TORO RIDER Superior adhesion to woods, Seah Reg. Value 2.15
t Flat tire flx-ups are easy
metals concrete
or
Pe LIMITEDWARRANTYEARATTENTION masonryand with Puncture Seal.
oo most plastics. ( Seals and Inflates tube,

Easy-to-apply..easy-to- tubeless tires In Just 45

t "';"-cI clean up! seconds!
.rStays flexible to 40F. L Keep it In the car for

ALL TORO OWNERS.. DELTA FAUCET COMPANY 400WF |\ G.E. 5000 safety! M11-12



Annual Tune-Up Special -a : LIQUIDNAILS TUB & TILE [DAPJ

FREE Pick-Up & Deliveryon Bostik CAULK! ..

HOT GLUE] 50 Kwik
all Toro riding mowers
a ADHESIVE! REBATE!, Seal
Now through Feb. 15,, '1986 GUN! 4. $1 33 r*trur

Na11g, $ -119 Your cost after
Mr + soe Rebate
Service Tire & Battery
488
Change Oil & Spark Plug 83c _

Grease All Fittings $ 2 4 9 5 Reg. Value 26.65 Reg. Value 1.79 Provides long-lasting 0
seal for tub or tile.
1 feeding of
Sharpen Blade Designed hot melt adhesive.forquick trigger Re-sealable 6-ounce

Adjust Carburetor 1 Solid state electronics. 208 tube. 18003FIBERGLASS'
Clean Air Filter Plus Parts i

Lube Throttle & Linkage GOOD SERVICE CAROL EXTENSION r MACCOAmerica's

Adjust Brakes Belts MEANS PlumifHammei {

Tighten All Nuts & Bolts LONG LIFE 544COD/ +

Clean Entire Mower top-selling panel 8 8 "
adhesive. $1 5
Reg. Value 10.95 1\
Bonds common building
,' Sur-flex'* cord with ...."
SUPER SALE 16 gauge copper wire. materials. Reg. Value 21.95 : '

3 conductor heavy Improved formula-can be 16 ounce fiberglass n4P'
ELECTRIC START MODELS duty, grounded. used on foamboard Insul- hammer with heat I \
Resists moisture
FROM 899.95Now acids, oils. ation.I treated steel head.

every Tbro.Rider come.nth a 50 foot. Quick grab high strength. Proper balance reduces
2 heated wimnty hand fatigue.
year
Indoor
or
a Multiple uses for many
outdoor use. Cushion grip handle _
fl iX- Jobs.J
03354 Up LN601B permabonded to head. 11-402
lIDOPTIOIIAL

ellASS cAfEae At the locally-owned Sentry store In your neighborhood

BUILDING SUPPLY
7, 8& 11 HP MODELSIN 4 EKSO
STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM Lake 301 S. Starke Keystone .HeightsS.W.

RTS SERVICE L.-4 6th Avenue 964-6078 Jet SR 21 & 100

496-3079 Quantities Limited 473-4973
BRYANS ACE HARDWARE SE n I n I. A pWdpMng_' >MHy lo Mock.>Mim during*MM d>.....uoqudorbMMrquMiyarlMLwtMnchioli .atwewy d mwoMndw(rom to Runutadurar MMMM'WMTM*<.ttgW to iubMlkM tan ol
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I P.guz SECTION February 6, 19H6



, Judge ]Doughtie to Seek Circuit Seat Extended Wear Soft

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Judge Nath C. Doughtie, of nors of the Florida Bar. Hew has FLA.TWIN THEATRE Contact
I Lenses
Alachua County, announced today served on numerous Bar commit
he will be a candidate for Circuit tees, and was Chairman of the Small r4. Starke 964.5451
Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, Claims Rules pointed by the Chief r' \
which is composed of Bradford, Justice of the Supreme Court to the Open Every Night $ 0 0 ft.\wE
Union, Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Florid'Sentencing Guidelines Commission 7 9 f'\\
and Levy Counties. where he is currently servo 1' $2.00 SPECIAL
Judge Doughtie will be seeking the ing. He has served two terms as Cir Sat. ft Sun. 5:00: Showing Single Vision Sph.
seat currently held by Judge Wayne cuit REpresentative to the Con- Tuesday 7:30: Showing
Casrlisle, who has stated he will not ferenc of County Court Judges, and
seek re-election at the end of his has received eleven distinguished STARTS FRIDAY LOCATED AT: r:::><:::)
term ending in 1986. Doughtie will leadership awards from that '
not apply for the seat recently organization. R US 301 S & Edwards Road /
vacated by Judge R.A. Green Judge Doughtie has served in a j Across from Community' Bank The Eyeglass' Store
leadership capacity in many local
Judge Doughtie was elected in organizations/ including Rotary. 964.8588
1978, and re-elected in 1982, without Friends of Five, Gainesville Community .e,
opposition. He was admitted to the Theater, YMCA and others.
Bar in 1966, and practiced law for 12 From 1959 to 1962, he served as a SCREEN 2 Quality Service Super Savings
years before becoming a judge. lie Lieutenant in the Marines. He is 48 ,
was a partner in the law firm of years old, married to Courtney West
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Rodney L. Sumner Owner Optician
Judicial Circuit lawyers as their has been named as Campaign \ ,
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nine scheduled cases on the Raymond L. Wilkerson of Lawteywas
court calendar last Monday, Jan. 27, found guilty of two counts aggravated -
both court rooms were in use and assault. A presentence investigation -
Circuit Judge John J Crews and (PSI) was ordered.
County Judge George Pierce both Horace Sellers. Jr. pled guilty to
faced a full week. grand theft and a PSI was orderedby
However by jury selection time it Judge Crews.Appearing .
was determined only the following
defendants would receive disposi before Judge Pierce 1Thcca1&\
tion. was defendant inmate Kenneth
Small. Small charged with aggravated -
Lessly George Spates charged battery pled no contest and
with possession of firearm by convicted was sentenced to serve two years
felon was found guilty by a concurrent with time now serving.In .
jury. He will be sentenced at a later 1
time by Judge Crews. County Traffic-Criminal Court
one case was heard before Judge
Charles Edward Lee charged with Pierce. A mistrial was granted in
resisting arrest with violence received the driving while intoxicated trial ,ilk
a judgement of acquittal. against Edward Foster.
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special workshop has been set the family- stronger part uttheiurming -
for farm families in Union, Brad operation; to help make the
ford, Baker, Columbia, Duval, farm family tougher."
Nassau and Clay Counties at the "Tough times aren't new in North
Agricultural Center on highway 90 in Florida, they have been with us for
Macclenny on Wednesday, Feb. 12, about five years already. After
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. things finally got tough in the Mid- '
This workshop is titled "Puttingthe West a couple of years ago, there has
Family First in Farm been so much media attention to the
Planning." All interested people are problem that the mind grows numb. rCba
invited to attend. It behooves us all to remember that
For further information and to improvement may not come,soon; s ..
preregister, please call your county and that even those on salary are only Chains
extension agentUnion County a paycheck or two away from s a s
496-2321, Bradford County 964-6280, some financial stress themselves," faat
Clay County 4733711. noted Holt. ,S>it
Holt said that farmers and the pro t\n ear at
"No one needs to tell you that fessionals serving them have been s2 11s 0 t7
times are difficult in farming, what quick to adapt new technology and ea.
with prices, interest rates and pro- research ways of implementing it.
duction as they are-and appear they "Now we all need to acquaint
will be in the future. Much has been ourselves with a new spectrum of
saidnow it is time to act to control, responses to the tough situation
as best we can, those things we agriculture is in," said Holt.
can," said Bobby Taylor, Bradford Holt said that the farm family's
County Esxtension director. needs should be reexamined and
Taylor said that this workshop farm and family goals should be \ i1 I II I Wholesale Retail Manufactors The Williams' recently
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would be appropriate for husbands, revised, "and it won't hurt to con > Diamond and Stone Settings returned from
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wives and older children to attend sider some stress management buying
together since it discusses the fami- techniques. We must educate / trip to the International
ly's role in farm planning. ourselves to manage some stress in
Dr. John Holt, professor of farm our lives, and who knows, we mightbe Jewelers Association Mtg.
management with the Florida able to help others as well," he WILLIAMS JEWELRYJewelry f
Cooperative Extension Service, will said. at Hilton Head, S.C.
conduct the workshop. "All of us need to ask ourselves: Starke, FL 32091 Watch and
"Tough times don't last, but tough Do we know as much as we need to Repair Family Owned and Operated Repair Stop by see the
do," is a quote from Robert about handle stress?
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few years are going to be tough ones dire straits sometime within the 8:30: 5:30: 9:00: 6:00: just for you!
in agriculture," said Holt, "So the next two or three years," concludedHolt
objective of this workshop is to help saying that this workshop is
make the basic unit in agriculture- one step in the right direction.

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CorrectionSteven ed after a $635.75 surety bond was was later acquitted. shoulder striking small trees and Hoverson.

Craig McMahan posted. Roberts did not use force or bushes with the left front. The Ford Clarence W. Taylor & Betty Jo Starke Fire Dept.
rectly identified was Incor- bribery, but Phillips said it is illegal continued another fifteen feet and Taylor. December ReportThe
Jan 26 on as being arrested Kenneth S. Hill of Brooker was arrested to try to convince or influence a jury struck a telephone pole and pedestal Brenda Pineda & Hilario Pineda.
thless check.a capias charging wor- Feb. 2 for DUI, according to member about the outcome of a owned by Contel causing $450 Donald W. Green' & Edna Starke Fire Department
McMahan was not arrested Marshal D. L. Williams. Hill's blood trial. damage. Green. L. reports answering 35 calls duringthe

McMahan on that of charge. alcohol content was .25 percent, he Bond was set at $10,000, Robertswas Gwen Michelle Strayhorn, 13, a Carl Lester Ham & month of December, according
arrested Starke-Lawtey was was released after a $325 surety released on his own passenger in the vehicle, received Ham. Angela King to Chief Dwayne Hardee.
Jan.
25 on a capias charg- bond was posted. recognizance. minor injuries in the accident and Richard L. Six of the calls were to structure
ing &
driving while license Dugger Susan C.
suspended was transported to Bradford Dugger. fires, two were to brush fires, two
Aderholt according McMahan to Investigator David Gerald Williams.22, of Starke was SR-100 Accident Hospital by Rescue 61, according to Randy D. Conner&Terrie L. Con were to vehicle fires, and five calls
paid $49.50 arrested Feb.3 for DWLS Paramedics
Scott Taylor and Paul were to vehicle accidents.
court The costs in cash and was released. to Trooper Roberts. He was release Sends One to HospitalA West. ner.Robert L. Wales & Two calls were to fuel spills and
Debra
and Telegraph inconvenience regrets the error after a $210 surety bond was posted. dog standing in the roadway one Damage to the Ford was $3,000. Wales. A. five were Rescue assists.
any to McMahan. mile south of Starke on SR-100 caus- There were no charges filed in the William C. Rhoden & Kimberly Five calls were to fire alarms, one
Xavier Juan Brewton of Jacksonville ed an accident, sending a passengerin accident, said Williams. Ann Rhoden. was a mutual aid call, three were
Recent was arrested Jan. 27 for DWLS, the vehicle to the hospital. Divorces GrantedIn Marcus J. Padgett & Linda M. false alarms and four were listed as
ArrestsIn according to Trooper Kenneth miscellaneous.
Michael T. Strayhorn, Sr. of Padgett.
Bradford CountyThe Etheridge. Brewton pled guilty at Keystone Heights northbound on Bradford'County
his first and fined
appreance was SR-100 Feb. 1 swerved to the left to The following marriages were
in Bradford following arrests were made $100.75. avoid a dog that was standing in the dissolved in Bradford County during rretaraaararo
County by local roadway and lost control his
of 1984 the month of January.
authorities. Henry Jr.Jones,27,of Middleburg
Ford, to B. A
was arrested on a capias charging Williams.according Trooper Barry Simmons & Antoinette J.

James Edwin Holder,28,of Starke DWLS Jan. 27. according to In- Simmons.
The vehicle slid south on the Donald H. Hoverson & Joanne C.
was arrested Jan. 26 on a capias vestigator David Aderholt. Jones pl-
from Clay County charging obtainIng ed guilty and was fined $105.75. He II II d
property in return for a worthless was additionally charged on capias .
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Seven arrests were made over the SAVE
weekend in Bradford County for Pot PossessionMike Y
traffic violations, all charged with iienla
driving while intoxicated (DUI). S. Winnick, 24, of Temple ..Gar MOO
John Samuel Messer of Starke was Terrace, was arrested Feb. 2 for
arrested Feb. 1 for (DUD) and driv- possession of less than 20 grams of J+ Reg. '35911McCULLOCH
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(DWLS), according to Patrolman paraphernalia,according to TrooperW. Sdoot'' Richard Splitt. Messer's blood D. Langston. $1999 _- $259 95
Winnick's vehicle for
was stopped
alcohol content was .20 percent. He PM 10.10 + DSP + Chrome Cylinder +
was released after a $535 surety excessive speed, 73mph, by Trooper 1&" Chainsaw
bond was posted. Langston. At that time the trooper Low Tone Muffler = PRO MAC 10105.
said he could smell cannabis coming hr Day Tough. Efficient. Dependable A great performer has .

Robert Warren Spitze II of from the vehicle. A search revealed lust improved with age Sold exclusively by servicing dealers
Keystone Heights was arrested Feb. less than 20 grams of cannabis and
1 for DUI, according to Patrolman one bong used to smoke cannabis-
Kenneth R. Hinds,Jr.. Spitze's blood marijuana. Powerful 30cc engine
alcohol content was .15 percent He Winnick's bond was set at $762.50, | 'Vertical cylinder designfor
he was released on his own easy engine maintenance /
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Kato Webb of Lake Butler was arrested FSP Officer Charged | Chrome plated cylinderfor
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Trooper W. D. Langston. Webb's TamperingA durability.. .r 'Built lough for o.lra
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Lloyd Steve Lane of Lawtey was influence a co-worker selected to
arrested Feb. 2 for DUI, accordingto serve on a jury in a marijuana trial. 100'BRYAN'S
Trooper Langston. Lane's blood Dusty E. Roberts, 31, of Lawteywas TERWILLEGAR
alcohol content was .15 percent, he arrested at the prison by In-
was released after a $325 surety vestigator David Aderholt. The warrant -
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Jabe Cleveland Myrick of Starke alleged conservation took place in : &
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was arrested Feb. 2 for DUI, accor- Bradford County. I-Imml
ding to Lt. R.. A. Bennett. Myrick's Assistant State Attorney Jon Hwy. 301 & 100 Starke 9647200V Keystone Heights
blood alcohol content was .14 percent Phillips said Roberts tried Tuesdayto Keystone 473-FORD Gainesville 377-1096 473-4006 9644642
he was released after a $325 influence Russell S. Hart, who
surety bond was posted. also works at FSP. Hart had been
selected to sit on a jury last week in .
Rudolph Crews of Lake Butler was the trial of Bobby Lee Waters, who Prices in effect 1'19P .Items Available At
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Sot Feb. 8
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Bradford County's Medical Explorer Post 460 proud-
ly display their recently received honor ribbon and cer- ,.
I tlllcate.Advisor.
Dan Cuddlngton and Sponsor Cliff Chapman,
: are behind the 1985-86 officers Tammy Dempsey,Kim '
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N Bradford County's Medical Explorer tee members, are Norman Dowdy
Post 460, sponsored by Bradford Peggy Riechart, Pat Whitaker andMara
,Ii i County Rescue, was awarded Green, have done a tremen
f, the 1985 Honor Unit Ribbon, having dous job.Many.
met all the requirements set forth by area businesses have con-
the Boy Scouts of America.The tributed to the Explorer's many projects
Explorers also received a certificate which the Explorers appreciate -
: \ for Nation Honor UnitI' .The Post also sends it's appreciation -
Recognition. to the BradfordUnionarea rir
I According to District ExecutiveBill Vo-Tech for making a training .
McCullar, Explorer Post 460 facility available. s>
I' was rated one of the top ten posts in Officers for 1985-86 are president,
j the state. McCullar also expressed Dana Whitaker; administative vice
his pleasure being involved with the president, Paula Green; program
largest Medical Explorer Post in the vice president, Tammy Dempsey;
J. north Florida area. secretary, Kim Thompson; If 1
The Explorers attribute their success treasurer Kim Dukes and reporter
in part to the parents and people Melissa May.
I' who contributed time and moneyto Dan Cuddington serves as advisor
help the Post achieve this honor. and the unit sponsor is Cliff Chapman -
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fire by crawling through his department Frith said. Sweaters Wens & Womens Shoes
bedroom window Thursday morning Olin, Pittman and the Lake Butler
after he was awakened by the sound Volunteer Fire Department confined
of a smoke alarm and a neighbor most of the damage to the trailer's
banging on his door,the Union County kitchen, living and dining room P 0 Robes '
Sheriff's Office reported. areas, Frith said.
There were no injuries, and no 255 0 %
Harold Pittman was alone in his estimate of damage was available. Flannel PJsDresses ,'
M trailer, located just south of the Frith said thr.t while the cause of the iN Off
Raiford city limits, when the fire fire is unknown, the trailer's elec-
began at about 11 a.m. according to trical wiring might have sparked the
Sgt. Thomas Frith. blaze.
I'. After escaping, Pittman fought Units from Raiford and Union Cor-
1 the blaze with a garden hose while rectional Institution Volunteer Fire
the neighbor, Robert Olin, went into Depts. also responded to the fire.

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World Day of Prayer on Friday, 1887 as a day of prayer for mission
March 7 is a worldwide call to by laywomen in the Presbyterian I Girls
prayer observed by Christian Church. It now has spread I .
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women are called upon to make if represents a broad spectrum of I 250/0
peace is to be achieved in today's religious tradion, race, age, I Jeans to
world. This service is a challenge to economic status and ethnic
women of the world from Christian background and works through a national I Velours
women of Australia who wrote this unit, 52 state units (including I
year's World Day of Prayer worship greater Washington,D.C.and Puerto 01 0
materials. It calls women to make Rico) and 1,800 local units. I 4 0 4 0 Yo
decisions and take actions that will World Day of Prayer offerings I 40 % 10 Off
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year for the 99th consecutiveyear empowerment of women, I
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