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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 13, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bradford Coin.

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SINCE 10'
A high pressure area over the central plains is moving eastward Two Section
and down toward North Florida, and wiU its cold winds SECTION At I Pago
spread ..
down here. Nowi. . . . . .1-3A \ ...
A low of 27 was predicted this morning (Thursday, Feb. 13). A Editorial. . . . . . .4A >\I>\I>1)O R'\. Y' _
low near 30 is expected Friday morning. Outlook Is Social . . . 5-7A tP ... 6 I
for a warming trend, highs in the 60s, and showers.Friday-Sunday Public Noftcs. . . . ,,. .7A I 1 i ( .'V 1)2-
4.7 inches of rain has fallen on the county\ this week, exceeding Mil Ugly" . . . . . IA tI' :' \ F- U-
the 50-year average of 3.43 inches average for February.Since Feb. ,
5, the Santa Fe fire tower on US-301 south has measured 5.7 inches SECTION Bt U Po g.* '\
of rain, the Louis Hill fire tower at Highland 5.l inches,and the New Sport. . . . . . I-6e ,M ;, \
Photo . . . .
River Fire tower on SR-300 west of Starke 3.5S inches of rain. Cla.illlod 7B i',, '\ '
1986 rainfall so far exceeds the 50-year average of 6 inches for Cloxlllod Ads: : : : : : : : : : : : : : .a-los
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Jan. and Feb. Flooding is expected this week in the Santa Fe River Ar.a Dwlhs 10-11B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
in west FL. Now acids, . . .12-tae :
107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
30th Issue Thursday, February 13.19H8 LISPS
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Two redistricting plans, one by wants to retain attorney Brown to ":
; a population and one by voter represent it in the suit. Supt. Jim "
registration, have been approved by Duncan said the insurance firm pay. :
r'ry ,r, ,,a1 a t ? the Bradford School Board for ing for the suit would want to have :
lijll; i i ya negotiation purposes with the plaintiffs its legal staff monitor the suit and .
.p 1'r iii I i toi attorneys in the civil rights law Brown's work to make certain the ..
i .,,, if Y ,{, suit facing the board. money is being spent wisely Duncan 1
t {. Both plans, drawn by attorney pointed out. .y.
l Terry Brown, divide the county into It's the board members who are ,
R five districts, and include a being sued, they want local f..
triangular shaped district three in representation they can see and talk t.
the northeast section of the county to, said board member Rodney Hall,
l., ., ? a .. which is approximately half black. rather pointedly. Chairman J.T. .; .
The Dist. 3 seat is occupied by ap Parrish said he would rather work 'i;.
i f pointive board member Len Schlof- with attorney Brown, who he knows I .
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man. That seat is up for election this and can talk to. I
year. Attorney Brown said the North
4 ,,,, Idea of attorney Brown is to present Central Florida Regional Planning gyp'''\
the plans at the pretrial con Council supplied the census data "
,, ,'" oa ference set May 8 in federal district which he used to draw the five .
court in Jacksonville. Brown wantsto districts. I
take the offensive in negotiatingwith The so-called and proposed j ,
the plaintiffs' attorney, DavidM. "black" Dist. 3, with a population of 'i
Lipman of the firm of Lipman & 4,222 is triangular in shape with its
Weisburg of Miami. base on SR-230 between US-301 and
Lipman and Weisburg representthe the east county line. Northward the
plaintiffs, the Bradford County west district follows US-301 until it '
Branch of the NAACP. Individuals meets the Clay Co. line north of

BHS Straight-A Students... named in the suit as complaintantsare Lawtey. Essentially, the proposed
Elizabeth G. Walker, Jimmie L. Dist. 3 includes the two largest black
Ten of the 12 straight students at Bradford High School for the third Thorpe, David Thorpe Terese Richardson, and Jody Brown. Standing: Scott, Carolyn B. Spooner, and population centers in the county the
six-weeks grading period are (1-r I ): Melissa Miller, Mike Rowley, Erica Gruen Tracie Clark, Angel Spell. Maurice J White. Reno section of Starke and the partof
Front seated: Pam VVillingham. Kneeling, second row: Robert Not present for photo were Karen and Sharon Martin who were taking The suit asks, under the 1964 Civil the Town of Lawtey east of the
classes at SFCC Starke Center. Rights Act, that the county, the railroad tracks. The population of
school board and City of Starke proposed Dist. 31s about 50-50 black ,
estabish single member voting and white, attorney Brown says.
districts. Part of the strategy is alsoto Proposed Dist., with a populationof
12 Earn Straight A's at Bradford HighTwelve establish a district with a substan 3,829, includes the west side of
tial black voting strength. The Lawtey and all of the county west of
-'-" '-'" blacks, who comprise about a fourthof US-301 that is north of CR-233, SR-16,
or 1.157 percent of the Seniors... Karen R. Martin, daughter of Mr. Rita Therese Richardson, the county's population, are seek CR-225 between SR-16 and CR-229,
1.037-member student body at Brad Tracie L. Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AI ing a way to have black person and CR-229 northwest of CR-225. y
ford High School earned straightA'sfor and Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke. Miss Miss Martin is enrolled -in.,.typ-.' --Richardson) of Melrose.) Miss elected to each board. Proposed Dist 2, population 4,188,
the third six-weeks grading Clark is enrolled in trigonometry, ing/word processing, clerical office Richardson is enrolled in advanced In a Monday night, Feb. 10, takes off from US-301, between
period which ended Jan. 20. chemistry I, standard English 12, practice, business English, bookkeeping American history and government, meeting to discuss the suit, board SR-100 and CR-233 (Morgan Road) ti,
Sixty-one more students, or 5.88 the tutorial program, humanities to II-III, honors English 12, 2-D art/painting, psychology, in member Len Schlofman asked if the and runs northwestward. The south
percent of the student body, earned 1,500 and study hall. humanities to 1500. troduction to drama, honors English school board members agreed to boundary of Dist. and north boundary
all A's and B's for places on the A-B Erica L. Gruen, daughter of Dr. Sharon D. Martin, daughter of Mr. 12, humanities to 1500, and study redistrict in such a way as to avoid of Dist. 2 are common. The
honor roll. At BHS, an A is 94-100, B and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey. hall.Michael placing to board members in the south boundary of Dist. 2 is SR-10o. .
is 85-93, C is 76-84, a D is 7074. Miss Gruen is enrolled in Miss Martin is enrolled in typ A. Rowley, son of Mr. and same district. The other three Proposed Dist., population 4,243, ,
trigonometry, the tutorial program, ing/work processing, clerical office Mrs. Eugene Rowley of Hampton. members neither agreed or is roughly bottle shaped facing '
Six seniors, two juniors, four standard English 12, introduction to practice, business English, bookkeeping Rowley is enrolled in trigonometry, disagreed with his suggestion. Keystone Hei hts. Dist 2 COPS
sophomores and no freshmen eanred computers, conversational Spanish, II-III, honors English 12, (See BUS AS..F.2A) The school board indicated it (See School Board..p.2A) I
straight-A's. They are, by grade: chemistry I, and study hall. humanities to 1500.

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Special Meeting Tonight, 7p.m. I G1 h r ri




On Brooker Law] Enforcement] Woes


Brooker resident Keith Thomas Capt. Scotty Rhoden of SPD says legitimate complaint. A special
says he shouldn't have to pay $50 to Williams has a Certificate of Com meeting is set at 7 p.m. to hear
get back his car taken from his front pliance in Corrections dated Nov. 18, Williams' side of the Thomas car
yard without notice by Marshal Dar- 1982 from the Commission on empoundment, and to consider the
rell Williams. Criminal Justice Standards and problem of the town having a law en- <
Thomas brought his problem to Training, and a Certificate of Com forcment officer. "t
the Brooker council Tuesday night, pletion from the Santa Fe Community { .. I i k
- Feb. 11. The council agreed Thomas College Law Enforcement Program Appoint Marshal... ; >
has a legitimate complaint, and that for the 199 hour crosstrainingBasic Doubting a Brooker resident whois
discussion led to a full blown discus Police Recruit Class No. 30, a certified law enforcement of
sion of law enforcement problems in which means he has completed the ficer will ever be available to the
the small town of Brooker with no minumum standards to be a law enforcement town on a permanent basis the
county lawman nearby. officer. The only thing council indicated it may look into a
The Brooker city council wasn't Williams lacks is a certificate of charter to change the now elective
sure Tuesday night that Marshal complaince from the Dept. of Law marshal's position to be appointive. } r ) .
Williams has the 400 hours of required Enforcement, which he is qualifiedfor If the post was appointive, an out
police standards training to says Capt. Rhoden. The paper- side person could be hired.
be a certified law enforcement officer work was mailed Feb. 6, Rhoden

" so the council wants his car said.Williams The Thomas Story... Two More Call Street Business Contribute to DPC Fund...
and pistol. is resigning effective
, Meanwhile, Marshal Williams, 26, Wednesday, Feb. 12, as marshal of Residents Keith and Cathy Evelyn Chastain, left of Chastain's Jewelry and The committee's plans are to raise as much money
Thomas told the Brooker council
, has gone to work this week as a Brooker. The Brooker post is elec Gifts and Mrs. Leila Mundy, who owns a building on as possible, hopefully, around $50,000, to start on the
.. patrolman for the City of Starke tive. But state law prohibits anyone they had been parking their car with East Call Street now occupied by Hall's Bicycle Shop, downtown revitalization project. Funds are also being
two wheels the sidewalk and two
, Police Department. Starke Chief of from being an appointed law en wheels in their on yard. contributed this week to the Downtown Progress Fund. sought through the Community Development Block .
Police Jimmy Bowen says Williamsis forcement officer and an elected law Grant Program.
certified as a law enforcement officer enforcement officer at the same They thought the car had been Accepting" the contributions is DPC Finance Jerome Goal of the DPC is to have the revitalization substan'ially a
. although the proper certificate time. stolen. Thomas reported the "theft"to Johns. The fund is nearing 20000. according to City completed by this October when Santa Fe Com-
told
. Marshal Williams and was
, has not been received from The Brooker council agreed Tues Clerk Neil Tucker. nunity College plans a Fall Festival on Call Street.
;i. Tallahassee. day night that Thomas has a (See Brooker Law..p.zA> .

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I ]Delmar Williamson Quits Hampton Council, Hart May Be Interested In ]Post It)


Williamson had sent a message to nomination from Mayor Elwood In other Jan. 21 business,the coun- city auditors, giving the city a much more efficient manner since conferring
By Lee Hardenbrook that meeting that he was detained at Padgett and confirmed by the board. cil: improved bill of health for the past with the city garbage handler.
BCT CorrespondentIn .work. According to a statement by Saxon was assigned to fill committee year, citing only a very few problems
a move that surprised even Williamson, someone checked that spots held by Sheppard, in with paying water system -Heard a request by councilman .j
seasoned onlookers councilman with his workplace. This check in cluding recreation. Williamson'sspot -Heard a request by former clerk bills from general expenditures. George Werre that parttime city ;: .
Delmar Williamson resigned from censed Williamson, and lead him to will be filled lit the next regular Pat Hayes for payment of salary] for employees be reduced as much as ,
the Hampton town council at the his resignation.The meeting, if necessary. her final week of work, which was possible to save money,and that city
January 21 meeting. council quietly moved to fill approved. Her further request for Will check into the cost of in occupational licenses be brought up I
The regular meeting of January 14 the seat vacated by Sheppard, but At its Feb. 11 meeting the council pay for attendance at special stallation of a septic waste system at to date.
was postponed due to lack of a held off filling Williamson's seat. heard a report that Wilton Hart has meetings was taken under advisement the park, including issuance of a per J
quorum. Absent from that meeting Several members expressed that he expressed a desire to serve in the mit.
were Williamson and Chairman Ted might reconsider and withdraw his council seat vacated by Delmar
Curtis. The necessary third seat was resignation before formal acceptance Williamson's resignation. George -Heard a request by Marklee Nor
vacant with the resignation of by the council. Werre is to further discuss the mat. -Received a report that city gar. man thet attendees at the city park
member Bobbi Sheppard: Timmy Saxon was seated by ter with Hart. Received the annual report from bage is being picked up in a much not park on his private property.



1 State Police Standards for Town Mars haPs Job to be Required by Hampton I


Moving to increase the pro es- already possess Florida State Police The council, still short one January, including 21 traffic cita Padgett grade a road north of thepost wish to do so.Answered.
sionalism of the town marshal, the Standards certification. member, voted three to one to install tions. office at a cost of $35 per hour.
Hampton Council raised the education Permitted to set these rules under the requirements, with only Hall This is allowable under state rules, citizens queries about
. requirements for the office in its city charter and state law, the dissenting.In In other business, the council: as the mayor has no vote In any city the use of the gas tax share that the
Feb. 11 regular meeting. measure was faulted by Council other police related matters, an decisions. city recievea from Bradford County.
member Jane Hall as limiting the auxiliary police group will be -Will have the city fire truck
and the started under direction of Councilman engine rebuilt by Ollie Sheppard, alan
Citing liability problems ability of those who might wish to ,
Will allow the holding of all day Will apply fora septic tank permit
estimated cost of $800
Saxon's Police Committee
difficulty getting a man qualified serve the city. Hall's suggestion Timmy
music sessions and craft sales at the for installation of restrooms at the
election the will require would have required certification The police department
after group
Agreed to have mayor Elwood city park for any citizens that might new city park..w .
that any person seeking the office immediately after election. reported a total of 26 Incidents In




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Page 2A TELEGRAPH February 13.IBM



A BradfordFirst.: .. .

CO tvExhibitatStateFmrl8a WinnerBradford

County has won first dustry and recreation." tourism,sowe talk about recreation.
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place at the district level and fourth Fair ProgramDirector Emma It's a peaceful, restful place. It's a
place in the state level last week at Taylor said the Bradford exhibit had nice place to live."
) t4't' the Florida State Fair in Tampa.It what it took to take home the winning The exhibit probably appealed to a
4 l was the first time Bradford prize. variety of people because of its mov-
'I Jt t i ii4 County has won In the state fair ex- ''It has the mechanics, the ing figures, which attracted
; hibit competition.The agriculture and the nostalgia," children and because of its
err prize-winning exhibit was nostalgia which attracted olderpeo-
: sponsored by the Bradford County4H Bradford 4-H Agent Diana Smith pie.
council and shows a series of said the inmates from Lawtey Cor- "It takes them back to when they
agricultural activities with moving rectional helped to construct the were young," Smith said.

figures and small moving farm machinery and prepared the farm County exhibits were rated on a
machinery. scene for the exhibit. The Hardware
based the
point system primarily on
store was made by Hodges Hard- educational and informative
The exhibit shows men cutting ware of Starke. qualities of the exhibit and on
wood and transporting it to a loft in a "We tried to show that Bradfrod general appearance.
barn and machinery of various typesis County, even though it is a small
shown in daily use. place is keeping pace in the In- Bradford competed in a division

w A sign over the exhibit states: dustry. and... agriculture" Ms. Smith with Dixie Gilchrist, Columbia
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"KwpinR pare in flprictiltural.( in- la ihs'.nnR lhamunh Baker Union Anti Alachua counties.





Events to be Held for Chris CampbellUpcoming I
Bradford County Exhibit Shapes Up at the Florida State Fair... dill Special

A few local residents were busy this past weekend Graudons left, a heating and air-conditioning Instruc events for the Chris Range), starting 8 p.m., $5 single Chris Campbell Benefit Softball
putting the finishing touches on the Bradford County tor at Lawtey Correctional Institution, built the Campbell Fund are: $10 double and Fish Fry. Waldo Ball Park.
exhibit: at the Florida State Fair in Tampa. mechanical farm exhibit complete with working, and Chris Campbell Benefit Dance Chris Campbell Benefit Basket-

walking horses. Diana Smith, 4-H agent, is looking for by Lawtey Correctional, ball, WPXE-Kiwanis vs WQIK,
The State Fair opened Feb. 5 and runs through this a place to hang the hanging basket held by Hilton Col- Employees Club, Friday Feb. 14, BHS gym, Saturday Feb. IS, 7:30 Saturday Feb. 15. Starting 9 a.m.
Saturday Feb 15. Sixty-six of the state's 67 counties eman.a horticulture instructor at LWCI. County Com- LwCI Training Center (Pistol p.m. Admission $2. Donations only.
are represented by exhibits depicting each communi- missioner E.W. Hodges takes hammer in hand to hang
ty's agricultural, economic and aesthethlc amenities. the Hodges Hardware sign. 4. _, ...-. ,,_.

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-A meeting of the Lawtey Little tion will end with a county" spelling Band, and Southern Pride ',
League is set Thursday Feb. 13, at bee champion.The Bluegrass.
7:30: p.m. newly formed Alumni Advance tickets available at Mit- : MOVIE RENTALS
Wotk The Bradford School Board is Association of Bradford High chell's Drug Store in Starke the : ?
r/oling scheduled to meet in regular ses- School is scheduled to meet March Trail Restaurant in Lawtey. Saturday
sion at 7 p.m. Monday Feb. 17, in 10, a Monday at 7 p.m. in the high Gator Rent 3 for $5'
the school administrative buildingon scl!!>library. Everyone is invited. Banquet... return Monday ,
N Temple Ave. in Starke.A The annual Galen Hall Banquetof
Upcoming... meeting of Chapter 61 of the Fish Supper... the Starke Gator QuarterbackClub

The Board of Governors of theStarkeBradford Disabled Veterans of America is A benefit supper for the late is set tomorrow night (Friday, HOME ENTERTAINMENT
is set to meet at set for 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday Frederick Prescott is set from Feb. 14) in the National Guard Ar-
12:15 p.m. today (Thursday, Feb. Feb. 13). There will be a visiting 5:30-7: ( p.m. this Saturday Feb. 15, mory on Edwards Road. CONCEPTS
13) in the board room of the Starke dignatary. at Lawtey Elementary School. ( Albert the Gator mascot; the Starke 9646946
Center of Santa Fe Community Col The City Commission of Starkeis Telegraph incorrectly printed Fred Gator cheerleaders coaches and
lege.A scheduled to meet in regular session Bennett in the Feb. 6 edition, senior players are slated to attend U.S. 301 South .Bradford Square ,
special meeting of the City at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, rather than Frederick Prescott. We the Starke banquet.
Commission of Lawtey is set for 7 in city hall. for the error. -The 6:30 p.m. social 7:30 p.m. dinner.
p.m. tonight (Thursday, Feb. 13)) to Two school spelling bees are set Editor) Incoming officers are: Cliff
employ an assistant city clerk. Wednesday Feb. 19. The Lawtey The menu is fried or smoked Chapman, president; Larry White, BABY SHOWER -
Mayor Robert Scott has also an- Elementary bee is set at 9 a.m. The mullet, baked beans, slaw, and vice-president; Marty Barry 1
nounced that after March IS there Bradford Middle School bee is set hush puppies. Tickets: Adults $3 treasurer; Ada Reddish secretary.New FOR: LASHARON CONWAY ADKINS 3ed
will be no more trash (as differen- at 9:15: a.m. The Hampton Elemen- Children, under 12, $2. membership cards are PLACE: BRADFORD FLORIST .s\i Ft\OS \\\\e..
tiated from garbage) pickup after tary spelling bee is set Friday, Live entertainment will feature: available. New members are DATE MARCH 1st. 1986 Je\o\i
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March 15. Feb. 21, at 8:30: a.m. The competisaid Wanted Alive the LWCI C&W welcome.
TIME: 5:00 P.M.EMERGENCIES.



I Straight A's


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comparative economic-"systems, Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Spanish II, advanced American MOore Kimberly M. Norman
chemistry II, advanced English 12, Brown is enrolled in algebra II, history & government geometry Audrey L. Pierce, Lisa M. Rix,
and study hall.Juniors. geometry, honors biology I, SpanishII and honors English 10. Stacey L. Shuford, Tammy L. 964-6161
advanced American history & Thomason.
government, honors English 10, and A-B Honor Roll...
... advanced tennis. Sophomores: Donald C. Bar- FIRE RESCUE! I IJ
The students 17 12
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Melissa A. Miller, daughter of Mr. Angel R. Spell, daughter of Mr. seniors and 21 nhill, Daniel T. Bronson, Jason M. .
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and Mrs. James Miller of Brooker. and Mrs. David Spell of Starke anda juniors sophomores Brown, Jennifer L. Brown, Dale D. .
freshmen the A-B honor roll are
on
Miss Miller is enrolled in anatomy & member of the BHS girl's varsity Cassels, Todd M. Gillenwaters;
physiology, standard English 11, basketball team. Miss Spell Is enrolled by grade: Alison Ivey Richard D. Kimutis,

geometry, standard world histOryd in honors English 10,. French I, Seniors: Donna K. Barker, Ed- Keith Howard Reddish,. Joy E.
drawing & painting II, weight training, honors biology I, Hall Vellenga Lucinda A. Ward.
ward L. Holtzendorf
hall.Pamela. Lynne
study geometry, standard American
history, and study hall. Tricia K. Lawson, Stephanie A. Mitchell Freshmen J
Patrica K.
Paul R. Moore, Russell E. : Bath ft.Gina's/
David M. Thorpe, son of Mr. and Shawna J.
'SNail Micki L. Becker, Blom
Richard L. O'Steen, Donna J.
L. Willingham, daughterof Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Yvonne E. Bobo Laura Rose Dick
Mrs. Parado, Samuel L. Reddick, StaceyR. Classic Cuts &
of g
Mary Willingham StylesWe
Thorpe is enrolled in woods, Julie A. Ferguson, Alisha J. Gruen,
Reddish E. Rowan,
Brooker. Miss Tracy
Willingham is enrolled geometry, honors biology I, algebra Kirby J. Hildebran Eric S. Hodge,
Melissa A. Todd Deanna M.Tomlin-
in honors English 11, advanced II, advanced American & M. Welcome Our New
history Karen A. Hodges Tonya Klein Stylist
world son, Sharon L. Vessel, Michelle A.
history, algebra II, chorus,
government, honors English 10, and Kimberly A. Lee,Amanda G. Lewis,
anatomy & physiology, Spanish I, Spanish 1.Robert Watkins Betty Susie Woodard. Robert Earl Miller, Wanda M. JOANN JORDAN BARFIELD

and study hall.Sophomores.. H. Thorpe, son'of Mr. and Juniors: Deena L. Cox, Dawn Mueller, Sandra S. Norman, Bar-
Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. bara A. Smith, Jill Strickland Tam- Valentine SpecialsPerms
,.. Marie Dinkelo, Carrie L. Foster,
Thorpe is enrolled in algebra II, M. Gowens, Barbara M. my Jo Tatum, Tina C. Willingham,
Jody L. Brown, son of Mr. and general shop ,honors biology I, Kimberly Green Sherri C. Harrell, Phillip R.School Michelle M. Wood. including Cut . 25

Haircut & Blow Dry , $7.
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964-6777
(MUM'S OR WOMEN S)
(from Page 1A) Brooker, the Whitehead section, the to both sides. Brown hopes to ex- .. 411 N.T/mpla AWl. Gina Brawn FraiM tteun i
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southward from SR-230 East. The New River Section, the Sampson Ci- pedite matters. Suit A Salon
west boundary goes down US-301 ty section, and pie-shapes into the Chairman Parrish, at the sugges- Manager Mon.-Sal. 98Evtringi
south, cuts just east of Hampton, west side of Starke between US-301 tion of board member Judy Becker Slvki, Rortdi .. 'by
Sans strait fresh BIll Maria CWalks,
and SR-100. named veteran board member AppalnhrustNOW
goes south toward Little Santa Fe "Courage U knowing what _
Lake, then right angles west to the The district alignment accordingto Rodney Hall to negotiate with the not to fear" Plato .
Ala. Co. line. Dist. 4 inclues SE sec- registered voters is roughly plaintiffs along with attorney -- .--- ,
similar to the population districts. Brown. ,
tion of Starke between SR-230 and The population district proposal is Supt. Duncan is going to consult ,- -,- ,
US-301, the Theressa area, and the just about what the county will be in with the insurance company about
Santa Fe Lake area. 1990, attorney Brown says. what hourly rate to pay attorney
The school board voted 4-0 to go Brown, who said he'll work for his RENTING !
Proposed Dist. 5, population 3,885, with both of Brown redistricting pro- regular school board rate of $:< composes almost half the south end. posals for negotiation purposes. hour or what the legal firm will
of the county, that portion running Brown said he will send the maps to allow. Keystone Village Apartments
the plaintiffs, with requests for suggestions Chairman Parrish said he could !
westward from just east of Hamptonall of changes. Then he hopesto vote to approve either of the two r
the way around to SR-100 on the meet with attorney Lipman and redistricting plans drawn by at- Brand New
north side. It includes Hampton hopes to work! out matters agreeable torney Brown. Patio-Style Apts. -
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1-2 & 3 BR UnitsFROM

I Brooker Marshal

220 per month
he has towed the car away. Mrs. Williams said he had paperwork problem, bum Councilman Melvin.
Thomas said the car contained the to do in Starke. One city of- Clerk Robinson pointed out the coun- On-Stte Laundry Resident Manager Sorry No Pets
medicine for their twoyearoldchild ficial said Williams was home dur- cil had a workshop with the marshal. 4
that it cost $50 to get the car ing the meeting. Chairman Carl Edwards called fora .t Sarah
out of the pound, and that her hus- Mayor Blake Hamilton said Mar- motion to pull the police car from Hodges CALL
band lost a day's work. The car bat- shal Williams has never become cer- the marshal, and to have a public Thinking of You son
tery was dead, and it was parked so tified to operate a radar gun, and hearing on the problem within 72 4 73 3 6 8 2 (Drive through
they could push it off to start it, asked if the marshal was qualified to ,hours. Councilwoman C.E. (Sue) Your 1..1 Golf Club Estates
Thomas said.Attorney make an arrest for speeding. If the Davis made the motion CouncilmanC.J. ; 14th Birthday lam NousmcLENDER
Roger Blinn said he marshal is certified as a law en- Stalnaker seconded. The hear- or stop by to Cortez Road
didn't know whether the Thomas' forcement officer he can make an ing is set for 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday LOYe, Dad 61 Thomas Circle folow signs.)
have grounds for legal action but arrest said attorney Blinn. If not Feb. 13). 1
that Marshal Williams did not exer- certified he cannot Blinn said. The council agreed, under ques- ,
cise good judgement with the pro- A town ordinance implies the mar- tioning by Councilman Melvin, to ,
blem. shal should not make an arrest if not continue the marshal's salary until '
"The man (Marshal Williams) certified, the attorney said. Coun- after the hearing, and to contact the -
knows whose car it is. If you can sit cilman Stalnaker said the council Sheriff's Department in Starke if ii-- .
there and say there is no reason to be had given the marshal 150 days to there is a need for law enforcement.
upset, when it cost me $50 to get the become a certified law enforcement The council also decided to wait to
car out of the pound....," Thomas officer. make a decision on repaying
said. Has the marshal showed his cer- Thomas for his car being impoundeduntil NOW OPEN -
Blinn then said Thomas does havea tification to the city clerk asked after hearing the marshal's
valid complaint and the council Stalnaker. No, said clerk Linda side of the story. Thomas readily
has authority to reimburse Thomasfor Robinson. The bottom line Is, agreed.Thomas.
his loss. Brooker has nobody who can operatea said, however he has a First Choice Pizza and Subs
Roy Carroll) asked, by what radar gun said Councilman possible legal suit. "The man was
authority did the marshal haul the Melvin. wrong," said Thomas of the mar- 1601 N. Temple Avenue (Hwy 301)) Starke, Florida
car off? Nothing like that has hap- Put him on foot suggested Mayor shal's action. His dollars don't come
pened in Brooker in the past 25 Blake Hamilton. Williams would easy Thomas said. "I don't feel likeI (Next Door to Kentucky Fried Chicken! )
years, the man said. Carroll also still be marhsal but without authority should have to pay out of my own
said Williams was making arrests to act. Mayor Hamilton suggestedthat pocket," Thomas said.
outside the city in Alachua County action to the council. Some typeof "I agree with that," said Chair CALL AHEAD FOR TAKE-OUT SERVICE

without proper authority. Coun- written notice should be given to man Edwards. .
cilman C.J. Stalnaker said perhaps the marshal said attorney Blinn.In Ken Young said it appears *": ,
the marshal was In hot pursuit. the meantime, does the council Brooker will have to find some other ; o! i. .i. i' or' ..
Councilman Gene Melvin agreed have authority to take the car,asked way to have law enforcement, that ,,'. 9647234I ,." .
Thomas has a right to complain. Chariman Edwards. Attorney Blinn he doesn't know who the council can -. .;.. .; :'.
Chairman Carl Edwards said he's said he saw no reason why the council find that lives within the town. That -.; ;:. .;, ."
phoned Williams twice and asked can't take the car keys. led to a discussion of changing the '. r -
the marshal to be present. Edwards, There is no working relationshipwith charter to have an appointive law -
who said every story has two sides the marshal, that is the main enforcement officer.





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lly Mark Krledlin Handy Taylor and Tiki Williams NrNK' I
IKT Staff Writer were next to go Randy miKsed
Sonya Thompson will represent "homestead'! and Tiki missed! "ac TITrn: I
Starke Elementary at the County company" as the field kept gelling
Spelling Bee after winning the smaller
school title Tuesday over 15 other Abel Campbell was next and he
top spellers.The barely missed the word "scrawl"
air of silent anticipation that and was followed by Calvin Walker,
filled the Starke Elementary who went down on the word "ever-
cafeteria Tuesday morning! was more".
changed to sudden jubilation as There were seven competitors
Thompson spelled o-r-c-h-a-r-d, the when Stephen Murphy missed the
r-c-l-i-c slowly and carefully to word "zoning", followed by Julie
become her school's spelling cham- Starling, pondered mightly but miss-
pion.. ed the word "poaching" oP 9$
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Riley Padgett missed the word s T
"spur" and was followed by Jimmy
thnl Parado, who had troubles with his
letters on the word "agency".
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onthe stage and the tension grewas yi
the three successfully spelled r'
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Stephen McLeod spelled three \ )1 1i / ara-P w (I RN

words correctly, then missed the +Y yV
word "patronize" to narrow thefield
down to just two Robin Register
and Sonya Thompson. They had
Sonya ThompsonStarke quite a battle. T :
Elementary Spelling Bee Both girls missed the word
Champion "sedan" then Robin missed the word"nestle" "

Sonya will now compete in the .
county-wide meet to be held at a Sonya spelled "nestle" correctly ..n.....".... ... V ._.__
future date, the winner of which will but had trouble on the next word
travel to Jacksonville' in April to which would have won the contest"lapse" Smart Spellers.

represent Bradford County in the and two girls were even Spelling lice finalists from Starke ICIcnu-ntary include (from left to On the second row: Sheila llutthins, Angela Barber Tiki Williams,
district spelling championship. The again. right on the front row): Abvl Campbell'', Calvin Walker Eric Cohens, i\ngl'llIammond, Jimmy P, railo, Robin Register and Sonya Thompson.
spelling bee is sponsored by the Riley Padgett, Stephen MeLI'IHlllnd
Florida Times-Union. Stephen Murphy. On the third row: Julie Starling, Randy Taylor and Josh llauger.

Sony'8 victory was not easily won
as 15 other spellers competed for the
title. Robin Register was first s
runner-up and and both She and
Sonya covered difficult territory in
the elimination round. WINKLER
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several rounds,then Sheila Hutchins ((904)) 964.7596
went out on the word "outburst". had no better luck with
Eric Cohens was next, falling out "lapse", then she barely missed the
on "innermost". He was followed by word "orchard" to set Sonya up witha
Angela Barber, who spelled correctly shot at the title. I
until the word "pincushion". Sonya calmly spelled< Angel Hammond was next as the then spelled"relic to win the school .1
group grew smaller- she missed the I,
title.Robin
word "merrily" and was followed by will be the alternate in case
Josh Hauger when he missed the Sonya can't attend the countywidemeet. I,.
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4W'}.4 iwv :-, .''e( : ,;I ... '. 'r That Burned Call Street 'Skyscraper'A


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y disastrous fire is never funny, but one had been loaned to someone who Street at the railroad, consuming many
that took place in Hampton back in 1913 forgot to return it. buildings,including the pride of the city-
came close to being a "comedy of errors"on three-storbrick skyscraper" owned by
chief
"The scratched his head and tried
M. Johns.
I the part of Hampton volunteer firemen to think who borrowed it, but memory Jerry
.3 t' i1y working with the inadequate and inefficient played him false, so after some delay and The fire is believed to have been of incln-
r equipment of that era. some more profanity it was decided to adjourn diary origin and completely destroyed the
The following item in Hampton News of until morning since the building had structure which was built five years
Oct. 17,1913, tells the story: already burned down and it was getting too previously with brick imported from
? ?rv4 : dark to see, anyway. Macon andAtlenta, Ga.,at a cost of$4,000.
"At about 9 p.m. Monday night the homeof
E.H.Jones was destroyed by fire. When "Promptly at 7:30 Tuesday morning,duty According to The Telegraph report:

the alarm was sounded, the fire department was resumed, the reducer was found- "It was the only three-story building in
responded immediately with 400 feet better late than neverand the equipment town, and was the pride of the city. The
of hose, nozzles, couplings, etc. But on at- all returned to the city hall to await"the first floor was occupied by Jones & Bes-
tempting to couple to a fire hydrant, they next call to fight the 'grim destroyer'. sent, the second was cut up into offices,
discovered to their amazement that the Oh yes... the house was partly coveredby one housing The Index (an early Starke
services of a wrench was required. insurance- thank Heaven! newspaper) and another occupied by
"After some delay and much profanity, Judge Keith as a law office.The third story
a wrench was forthcoming; the nozzle was was used as a meeting hall for the. FreeMasons
a attached to the hose, and aU was in But at least Hampton had a"fire depart- and the Odd Fellows.
}a readiness to attack the flames whento ment", which is more than Starke had in
the great disgust of our lion-hearted April 1889 without a "fire company or "The fire next caught in Truby, Stern-
Chris Campbell pictured here with his two unofficial"godmothers",Pauline Aiken firemenit was discovered that the water works" when a disastrous fire swept burg &Company's lime house and quickly
(left) and Maybelle Whitehead has gained one pound in recent weeks, bringing him reducer used to connect the hose to the fire through two blocks on north side of Call spread to the large warehouse used by the
up to 27 pounds 3 ouncesstill far short of the 40 to 50 pounds weighed by most five same firm. The flames then attacked the
tear olds.Thanks. Jewelry store of U.D. Miner and the| Willie
to the generous contributions and benefit events staged locally for the Chris VideoTapes Showing E.B. Clinic ResultsTo Thomas house occupied by J. M. I Henderson -
Campbell Fund he will soon winging his way to Spain for treatment at a clinic as a photograph gallery, and J.W.
which reportedly has cured or arrested the skin disorder Chris has suffered since Hicks' barber shop.'Alfbf these buildingswere
birth. Be Shown Feb. 28, Mar. 1 by de GabrielTony burned to the ground.

COMING EVENTS "The Gaskins Building, which stood bet-
ween the first and last named buildings,

Benefit Dance at Lawtey... de Gabriel, of Toronto, Canada, is Feu. /*>, and Saturday March 1, at 7:30: escaped with but slight damage. This
Members of the Lawtey Correctional Institution Employees' Club will scheduled to arrive in Starke Wednesday, p.m. The public is invited to this presentation building was occupied by Col. L.B.
to learn about the rare skin con- Wm.
more Rhodes, attorney; County Judge
host a C.B. (Chris Benefit) dance Friday night, Feb. 14, at the Training Feb.Chris 26, to Campbell help complete to enter arrangementsfor a clinic in dition which is said to affect only one birthin Malphurs, and Justice Adams.

Building (Pistol Range) from 8 p.m. till ???. Admission: $5 single; $10 cou- Gerona, Spain, where he will undergo 50,000. de Gabriel will remain in Starke "Jones & Bessent carried about $700

ple.Door treatment for epidermolysis bullosa, a several days and help complete arrangements worth of insurance on their stock, which

prizes will be provided by several cooperating Auto Parts Stores. rare skin disorder he has suffered with Kozak clinic for which entering is now Chris located in the in was worth an estimated 2000. The loss of

Archie Tanner Funeral Home will furnish refreshments, Juke-box music since birth. Gerona, Spain. the Index outfit was about $275, and

compliments of Maxie Carter Jr. The 33-year-old de Gabriel was also born Local events are now being staged for belonged to the late T.C. Andrews.and The the
valued at$50 to$75 was
was
Everyone is urged to attend and help Chris overcome E.B. with E.B.,but was cured about three years Chris, with two benefit basketball games, property press of Mrs. Wm. Meacham.
at the Pavel Kozak clinic in West Germany
ago one in Starke and one in Waldo, on Satur-
and is now serving as liaison bet- day, Feb. 15, and a benefit dance will be "Judge Keith lost his entire library and
Benefit Games and Fish Fry... ween the clinic and young victims of the given by the Employees Club of Lawtey all of his valuable papers. The Masons and
skin disorder in the entire outfit
their
U.S. Correctional Institution, Friday, Feb. 14. Odd Fellows lost ,
Saturday, Feb. 15--Ladies and Men's Benefit Softball Tournament and During de Gabriel's stay in Starke he Funds will continue to be needed to maintain together valued at $800. Truby, Sternburg
Fish Fry, Waldo Ball Park, starting 9 a.m. Sponsored by Waldo Baptist will show video tapes of his condition, Chris' treatment after he returns from & Co. warehouse contained$3,000 worth of
Church. Fried fish dinners served, 12 noon to 8 p.m. All eventsdonations before and after treatment, and other Spain, and fund-raising events will continue foods, and the building was valued at
only. details of the Kozak "protocol" which includes to.be welcome.. Mr. Miner succeeded in saving all
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Saturday, Feb. l5--Basketball: WPXE and Starke Kiwanis versus special diet, vitamins, and skin Civic,school, and church groups wishingto his jewelry; loss on building, $800.
ointments not available in this country.The "The insurance on the Johns buildinghad
stage events contact Mrs. Pauline
Jacksonville WQIK-DJs BUS 7:30: Tickets on sale at the door $2. may
gym, p.m. film presentations will be held in the Aiken at 473-4441 or Mrs. L.K. Whiteheadat run out about a week before the fire.
Bradford High School auditorium Friday, 4735743. Mr. Miner's insurance had expired two
months ago.

"In a very short space of time after the
Letters TOTHE first alarms were given, the streets were
etDlTOKlALS EDITOR full of people, both men and women, who
worked with a will, carrying water and
Worried Mother removing goods. It is only owing to the
Praises Quick Responseby almost super-human efforts of the citizens

that more damage was not done. The
Police frame buildings next to the Johns building
in Search for 'Missing' Daughterbut caught fire several times, but well-
directed buckets of water kept the fire
Challenger Tragedy May Lead from getting ahold. The Kentucky House
First, I'd like to give my thanks for the yet she left and went to a classmate's was badly scorched, but only a few dollars
Starke Police Dept. for acting so quickly, house a couple of blocks away. damage done.
To Star WarsSeldom in finding my daughter on Monday,Feb. 3, She told me of this boy and the area in
Rethinking at 4:05 p.m.Yesterday. which he lived, and asked me if she could "Two small buildings on the south side of
was a normal day. Kelli wentto go. I told her I did not know the parents Call Street, opposite Miner's store were
school and I picked her afterwards. kept wet and saved. Had these houses
up I they are "strangers" to me and we do not '
has nationwide trauma been tingent upon the 'flawless' American took her to get a soda and we went home. go to strangers houses. But the child in 'caught fire, lhe Commercial Hotel would
She changed Into the clothes she her took have been liable to be burned.'Jiowit: was
wears over and she went. At
more intense than that technology. approxImately -
experiencedwhen that the Gaskins brick block was saved,is
when she She asked
plays grown-up. me if 4:20-4:30: the officers found her
the space shuttle Challenger exploded "Until recently, the nation had she could play outside, I said yes,and she there.In a miracle, and only by the united efforts of"
just seventy-three seconds after become complaisant about the com- went out.I all the horror I was living through, I determined men would it have been done.

lift-off from Cape Canaveral on January plex, intricate machinery that preventsthe make a habit of checking on her, so failed to ask or notice the two officers' *
28. with the tragic loss of seven lives. from accidentally loos- when I was going to start dinner, I went to names. They know who they are and I'm Starke had no fire equipment at the
superpowers check her first. She was playing In the sure that information can be gotten at the time, and depended only on a "bucket
Now that terrible loss becomes even ing nuclear weapons on one another. front yard. I came back inside, washed a Police Dept. brigade"- formation of men and boys,
more poignant and frustrating with the But having realized the inadequacy of a few dishes, and started cooking. About 20 My deepest thanks to the Starke Police each armed with a water bucket. The
disclosure that a report made two years world system held together by the to 30 minutes later, I went back outside to Dept., Volunteer Fire Dept. who were volunteers would form a line between the
check again. She was not at her play area. ready to come to my side and help in the nearest of
ago warned NASA that the odds of a threat of nuclear annihilation, the nation I source water (probably a hand
checked the entire yard no Kelli. I search for my daughter, as well as the pump) since the town had no "water
catastrophic accident involving the is now taking an entirely different, thought maybe she came back inside to Starke Fire Dept., who were also called to works",and pass the buckets from hand to
solid fuel booster rockets attached to and more dangerous, approachplung- play and I didn't see her.I help by the Police. hand to the fire fighters at the blaze.
the shuttle were one in thirty-five. The ing headlong into a vastly more com- then checked the house, and her bed It is a great thing when so many people
Challenger crash on January 28 came at plex, intricate, and fallible technologyStar thinking maybe she was tired and went to come to search for a child they do not The Kentucky House was a two-story
take brick structure that stood on the northeast
a but she
nap, was nowhere to be know, whether public employee or not.
the start of the shuttle Wars.
25th
program's found. Connie Williams,Starke corner of Call and Cherry Streetspresent
flight. "The enormous, unsolved technical I've taught Kelli about strangers, never location of the McGriff residence. It burn-
leaving the yard,children being stolen and ed to the ground in another fire several
Experts on the risk element in mann problems inherent in Star Wars make never their Motel Manager's years later.
seeing and
ed flight the l-in-35 chance of the technical hurdles of the shuttle mommy daddy
space say pro- again. She has seen the Adam Walsh story The Commercial Hotel was a large,
major failure makes the shuttle one of gram look easy. The shuttle's launch se- on TV,so I knew she would never leave her Action Restored rambling, two-story building that stood on
the most dangerous of major quence requires about ten thousand play area. Which leads to my nightmare the: south side of Call Street, east of the
technological enterprises. lines of computer programming. By becoming reality. railroad. It was later razed to make room
Star Wars Kelli was gone and with what she knows Faith of Visitor for the Woodbridge building, built during
Although the final comparison, software alone I she the Florida boom
report on fixing thought had been kidnapped. Almost period, and now owned
blame for the Challenger explosion has would likely run into the tens of millionsof in an instant I began to lose control. What by Harry Green.Forestry.

not been made, the incident itself should lines. do I do? My baby is gone! At first. I was Editor Telegraph:
"Given not thinking too well, so I tried to call my An event occurred to in
provide sufficient grounds for the nationto virtual consensus in the scien- husband. He is Correctional outstanding me

draw some conclusions. The most obvious tific community that a space-based FSP and the line a was busy. So I Officer called the at your which city I feel on deserves the morning of Feb. I, 1986. -

lesson is that America's space defense cannot be meaningfully effec- operator to have her break into the line, public recognition.My

technology is still flawed, and tive against an incoming missile attack but she could not. I hung up immediately wife and I spent the night of Jan. 31 Bradford By David W.Norton
Challenger's fate holds profound why has Congress thus far appropriated and called Starke Police Dept. at the To-Rena Motel on U.S. 301. We were Co.Forester
returning from a trip up north and were on The following named Mrs. J.
: Green
ramifications for President more than $2 billion to fund
Reagan'sStar Star Wars? By this time I was becoming extremely our way home to Seminole, near St. (Brooker), A.B. Whitehead, Jr., (Lake
Wars program which is based on "Perhaps because there is something distressed. The woman on the phone acted Petersburg. The motel was clean and the Butler), L. Rhoden (Starke), J. Reddish
the illusion of "invulnerable" exciting and quickly in getting my address. I could China Restaurant food was excellent.We (Starke) and R. Hazen (Lake Butler) had
'comforting' in the idea
hardly speak, except to say "I can't find their timberlands
technology. that there are technical solutions to my baby,please help me."She assured me checked out and drove to a tion in the American approved Tree for certifica
Americans and she had two officers their to restaurant in Starke (Skeeters?) for Farm system
have become military on
so accustomed political problems, and way my located in Bradford County. The County
I noticed that
a
home. The who answered call breakfast, whereupon
woman
to that U.S. technical know-how my Forester has
computerdependentmachines can be a inspected their for
valuable gold-wlth-diamond ring was
was kind and the proper
functioning with precise accuracy cure for the nuclear threat. with very me until I saw stayed the police on coming phone, missing. I was sure I had it,and must have membership in the statewide .

that the last several shuttle "Idealism is infectious. which only took 2-4 minutes.I forgotten it in the motel room. I returned Forestry Program Association.sponsored by the Florida "
blast-offs Many to vacated room and the
have failed to attract the immediately my
members of Congress have want to let other mothers know that
hordes of awed that attended seemingly manager and I searched about the room, According to Assocl.a tion Executive Vice
spectators become caught in when it comes to small children in need of been in
up President but no ring was found. No one had President, William Carroll Lamb, they
earlier launches. Even the television Reagan's quest for a magical help, the Starke Police Dept. acts very the room to clean up, so I was told. I left will be awarded the green and white

networks did not send their crews for shield. However, some members space with swiftly.them Fortunately detailed I was able to Kelli's give my name and address, just in case. TREE FARM sign to display on their land.
a description of
live coverage of Challenger's ascent. sense enough to oppose the plan are as weight, height, clothes, etc. Parents Back in the restaurant to have They that will also their receive forest a certificate signifying

The obvious danger in such com- yet too shy to tell the emperor he is please keep up with your child's physicalappearance breakfast I noticed the manager of the managed to assure lands are being
a wealth
plaisance is that no machine, and no wearing no clothes. notice what they wear when motel who had been to other restaurants vironmental benefits for Floridians of well en-
human or computerized is they leave for school or go out to play.You to look for me. with my gold ring in his as an adequate as
operator "As the debris from Challenger is have no idea how important it can be in fin- hand.The ring was found in the room afterI materials supply of essential
perfect, and that any presumption of in- combed from the sea, one can hope thata ding your child if he/she is missing. I left,and the search was on for me,so thatit for more wood to meet products.the growing demands

fallibility is unrealistic. lesson, albeit a terribly bitter one, has learned the hard way. Never could be returned.

Spokesmen for the Peace and World been learned. taught underestimate from 7V4 a 5 months yr. old. old Kelli, when has been she That kind of honesty and integrity Landowners interested in joining the

Security Program of five eastern "If not, the nation continues to learned to walk, the dangers of this world, restores one's faith in mankind,and I think ranks of Tree Farmers and with a desire to
universities have pointed out the gam- deserves the highest praise and recogni- help the environment while they help
ble its children's future
on an arms race tion. themselves may have their woodlands inspected -
fallibility the of this "infallible" concept in that knows no bounds, and on a space- Middle School's Guard for certification at NO charge.

following excerpts from their based weapons system that invites Perhaps you can find space In your They may contact Frank D. Gillmore,
report: instability Doing Good Job to let others in your fine city know State Tree Farm Chairman at the Florida
global we haw
are to face
The tragedy of Challenger should likely a refreshing it is to know that kind of Forestry Association, P.O. Box 1696,
serve fireball similar to the one that engulfedthe honesty still exists. Thank you. Tallahassee, Fla. 32302, or contact the
as ample reply to those few who crew of the Challenger... except thatit Dear Editor: HenryP.Schardt County Forester at 964-6280, ext. 219, for
continue to argue that a space-based will be replicated ,across the globe I would like to express my gratitude to 11627 Grove St. more information on this fine program.
the
defense against nuclear is school guard at Bradford Middle Seminole Fl.33542
weapons and well even consume the ,
may globe. School.
These tree farmers have
feasible. The Strategic Defense In- shown their
This is the second year my daughter has desire to their lands
itiative (Star Wars) would turn the en- A bitter lesson was learned from attended middle school and I have often through planted keep pines and productive

tire nation into a space shuttle, making Challenger, and one that should never said to myself, thank God for that man. forestry practices. By replanting through cutover good
the existence of 200 million N"n'p con. be forgotten. That place driveway Into the school) would be one big pastures, tree farmers are
practicing
good
mesa,with aU the cars, buses and students conservation. They will also
the
going in and out of that one spot each mor- reap
benefits of their labors
-ITr1t I f 1 1/1 III I ning and afternoon.For period when a timber shortage during is expectedyear a time
that matter, I'm sure all the school ( 2000-2020).
1/ guards are appreciated but we (parents) The first air-conditloncd
) ; 711111111' fail office building In the U.S. Make your land
to say thank you enough. productive, if it U not
the Mllam
flICT10'The Thank you for making my mornings a was Building by planting pines Heap tomorrow's>>
little easier and safer for kids. San Antonio, Te.a. completed benefits! and b it tree farmer- today!
my
i," "of" and "and" are the trirte most commonly use d words In the English language. Susan Goins-Prevatt,Starke In 192$.
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L i l Founding of AARP Chapter To Be Discussed Feb. 19All I

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+ti persons over age 50, interested In announcing the meeting, Stark ing medicare benefits. I feel that if I
I'k in founding a chapter of AARP said that AARP voices the positionsof they want to balance the budget.
I't (American Association of Retired members on various pieces of they should look at waste in military
1 Persons) in Bradford County are in legislation that are important to spending. Congressional travel expenses
rt vited to meet at the Bradford-Union Senior Citizens. "For instance, and other abuses," Stark

Guidance Center Wednesday, Feb. AARP has a position against in- said I
19, at 1 p.m. rr..ln m..ti.1 l po'tna decrons-

'"'1 Louis and Pearl Stark of Steinhat-

1 Ghee, representatives of the national Starke Church of God Valentine Banquet Sat. I
AARP organization, will meet with
A l the group at this time, and help forma The Youth Department of the theme, "Endless Love".
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h the requirements for founding a its annual Valentine Sweetheart welcome to the youth of the com-
A 1 1 I Bradford County chapter. Banquet on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 6 munity to come and enjoy this occasion '
AARP is a national organizationwith p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the with them. The Church I is!
20 million members. There are Church. located at 422 N. St. Clair Street in
200 local chapters in Florida with Special speakers for the evening Starke and Rev. Walter Montz is

,, X1o ,' rt more than 60,000 members. will be Joey Reese speaking on the pastor. .

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claimed 1986 as the year of "values", and said "the Fourth of July parties. Jency is a room mother at Your Choice AVAILABLE IN GENUINE RUBIES
stronger the family, the more ready the Army", they school helps the music teacher by playing the piano / OR SAPPHIRES AND DIAMONDS LADIES( ELEGANT 7r FASHIONS.
couldn't have found a better example than Capt. Fred for school programs serves as vice-president of the Officers 5, asq, 19900 i \\11111111\I PI v A u\rX) Y 1..111X7 AN1 .1111 ,'/.lx
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Jency is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Watson of time and myself." She credits their success in car I11AM1 Nlr ',I N11/nl a un .n 1 u n 1 xn1 w1)IAMIMD' .'W I ; '1290 ':1I 89900H771X11 :
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Carlie have been chosen as the Zweibrucken represen- Rawchffe. "...no other success can compensate for l M } I AIAD crrcuint DIAMOADUTAMUNU16ARIS orAt ,
tatives of the Great American Family for 1985. failure in the home" said Rawchffe. 11
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family.Capt. Rawchffe is vice-president of the PTO for ter (suitable for framing) from Nancy Reagan con I '

Kreuzberg Elementary School, teaches Sunday School, gratulating them on their recognition. \\1\ \ / L1 AFf 1lxnannD .C'I m M CLUUUD PEAR' A\D:> { '.
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group "'LH'I"'''F ,0 '129'0
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afternoon. The beautiful new banners ;, x11 ....., \. xZ909 '39ro900 IA\i D ....::<;,.;... ,6 PRO\G
The Fellowship Hall was the selling representing each of the seven -J' ,,, "i 4<'. 1' dr;,
for a lovely Tea to recognize the groupsEva Blair Kate Struth ;: } .iJ' c.O; ..I %=nr) A169 c 'rECV r 1 ,5..,, }: I IAii.-;I I II IJ
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rangements of spring flowers were Beth Strickland Blanche Williams ? ,199 ,79,0 Y'F l AI//IYR xr15
used throughout the hall and on the and Katie Wainwright were on ''N1 1 x11 for?i Atr f1Y ,t/
refreshment table. display in Fellowship Hall. 1 /

The 46 members present were ROMANTIC DIAMOND iixsS DIAMOND HEART

served from the tea table which was Catrell Overstreet SOLITAIRES CLASSI PENDANT AND RING

covered with a white cloth and 01 NIIA\CF 10 R 1f '
Shower HonoreeMiss \ DIAMOND If it ? ..FNIIEAITIIINE \ ( "
centered with arrangement of
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from a crystal bowl by Vice Presi elect of Michael Coons was enter- r., -.- 1 R rn
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was served from a silver server by home of Mrs. John Smith on January I,Ate,,'\:;, xf1 f0.m IaAAlnh'o F199D0, ,
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and Mrs. Wilbur D. Andrewsof Jean Bula Bonnie Durban Pat McConnell Mrs. Douglas Hardy presented. 'Mj < ., 1 N 199 xo I'. .. \u'nMmn 111111 m lNn\ GENUINEAOUAMAA'NI' ,1290014k '
Brooker announce the engagement Louise St. John Edith Guests were invited to the refreshment ,' ,h X11,4+ ,, ___ I ,1 -_ .' ugwAFxONo All f". ,
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their daughter Tammy Lynn, to ford Cindy Polk, Brenda Stroud with a Princess Diana doll in her ; ''l' '149 J ,l'I 1\\., 'i't... 7DIAMDND .... >1\I,'''
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The wedding is planned for Saturday Robin McNelley Wanda Reddish Johns Mrs. Thelma Leaks Mrs. Prices Good thru Feb. 28 Layaways Are Always Welcome
and Debra Stevens. and Mrs. Smith.
evening April 5,,at 7 p.m..at the Hardy
First Baptist Church of Raiford.No UMW Membership Chairman

local invitations are being sent. Thelma Conner, '
All friends and relatives of the couple William Finucan STf\
are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire Mon.-Fri. : : La 1-A-War

The bride-elect graduated from Celebrates 81st Wed Jan. 21 Saturday 9 Iii 2't.. Bank Cards

Bradford County High School and is Yvonne Siddall of Aiken S.C., an Cash

currently employed by Nationwide To celebrate her 81st birthday nounces the marriage of her mother, 3 WAYS TO BUY Jewelry 0 Gift
Insurance Company. several friends of Mrs. Gilbert Thelma Conner also of Aiken, to CASH, BANK CARDS LAYAWAY Gallery*,inc. 104 W. Call St.
The groom graduated from Union Goldwire gathered at the Econo- William Finucan of Starke. ) 964-7271
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and the traditional candles was Balls.
Eastern Star hosted by Mrs. Goldwire's son and -

Supper Feb. 15 daughler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Goldwire of Toledo Ohio.
Starke Eastern Star Chapter 224 Pink carnations were presented to 1
will have a covered dish supper Mrs. Goldwire and a single pink car /
Saturday Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. in the nation was presented as a favor to a
Masonic Hall. each guest. Those invited to attend .Y .
All Masons and their families are were Mrs. J.W. Ritch Mrs. Clyde

invited to attend. Sinclair Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mrs.
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Mrs. H.M. Richards Mrs. J.H.
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Bishop Sr.yder Visits ParishOn Moore Pauline Oeschger and Sophie ture reading, reflection prayer,
Kimutis., hymns, and sharing sessions.On .
Sunday, Feb. 9, Bishop John Named to serve on the nominating Feb. 3, Sister Cathy Nerney of
Snyder of the St. Augustine Diocese
celebrated committee for presentation of a new the New Jersey Office of the
Mass at St. Edwards
Catholic Church. slate of officers were Peggy Shaller, Pastoral RENEW Program ad-
Dolores dressed a meeting at Holy Faith .
and
Mary Humphries Meng.
During his homily,Bishop Snyder,
Parish In Gainesville. Her messageon
Plans were discussed for the plan-
t expressed his pleasure at visiting
r I Ito the parish which he termed an In- ned Parish pictorial directory. the ministry of leadership'
the
emphasized Impor-
decorated
in
tegral of the Diocese. The Gissy home was development
tI Children part of the the valentine theme. Tables were tance of extending the goals of
I Bishop, Snyder with parish fresh presented daisies covered with red and white cloths RENEW beyond the time of the con-
v and centered with arrangements of clusion of scheduled meetings.
c during the Offertory Processing. red and white carnation McCully, the St.
7 !' Following\ Mass, a reception honor- bouquets. Augustine Margaret( Diocesan Coordinator of
ing the held in the
Bishop was parish
those atten-
Renew ProgramThe RENEW encouraged
hall.The in the good work
refreshment table centered ding to persevere
Fourth Season of the St. already experienced through the
with an arrangement of variegatedsilk
Diocesan RENEW .
Augustine program program.Representing
flowers was covered with a red
began at St. Edward's St. Edward's Parishat
cloth.
Coffee was served from a
Catholic Church the weekend of Feb. Dr. William
this meeting were
% silver service at one end of the table
4' crystalbowl 9. The theme of this season is Marchese, Francis and Dolores]
.ti. and punch was served from a .
d+ Discipleship which promotes total Menff.
at the opposite end.A variety of
4 sandwiches and cakes were served commitment to Christ and the ON VEFI ?

from silver trays.In gospel message.
Small will be held
for group meetings
charge of arrangements the
reception were Zita Shuford weekly during the Lenten Season in .
homes of number .
andMary a of parishioners.These
Dorothy Rife, Murial Gilhooly
meetings will consist of Scrip-
i )8t() Officers of Bradford Masonic Lodge.. Gissy. There are 27 recognized breeds of cat.
Newly elected officers of Bradford Lodge No. 35, Second row: Steward Claude Morgan Sr. Deacon Altar Society Meets I
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l'& \M: are (l-r.: Ronnie Ratliff. Marshal John I.. Davis, and Jr. St. Edward's Altar Society held a
: First row: Worshipful Master Mark V. Olin Senior Steward George Itannen. Not pictured Is Jr. Deacon meeting on Tuesday night Feb. 4, A Sweetheart of a Saw
Warden Ste\e Kroll. Secretary Herbert Green. Malcolm Sanders. with a covered dish supper, at the ,
( holplain'alt4'r Lee, and Junior Warden Darrell This article is being re-run due to errors In Identify- home of Mary Gissy. Johanna of Deal !
A Sweetheart a
'lark.| ing the picture last week. Christensen and Adeline Futch were
guests at the meeting.,
Altar care in February is being .

: Moines to be Honored At v v v done Brunetti by Pauline has volunteered Oeschger.for Claire this

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service during March.
.: \ spcuiil :tribute to long-time Plans for the World Day of Prayer
((1lon i County Attorney Hal Y. //rw.idrriuari Ecumenical Services were discussed.
\1.III1l'S. is being sponsored by Lake ] Members were also informed of
in., Community College Founda- Jimmie William Clark,III the Respite Program.
iinr: ,, on Thursday. Feb, 20, lit 6:30p : and Mrs. Jimmie W. Clark, Tickets were distributed for the
!> in at the Lakeside Community of Bushnell, announce the birth Gainesville Deanery hand-made
c' \n appreciation banquet and pro- 10 lb. l'/4 oz. and joins a at which time members were Invitedto
,m.mi will feature several notable Letita, 6 years old. attend the spring meeting.
-p(>" "iki>rs, including Supreme Court grandmother is Mrs. Work is progressing on the Altar
))11.111'. i> James C, Adkins. Bedgood of Webster. Society hand-made quilt to be givenat
I his i,, special event is being arrang- grandparents are Jim- a later date.
'I I i\' a joint committee of Founda- and Linda Clark of Starke. Those volunteering to serve as
t lii 1,'n) Directors and Lake Butler great grandparents are chairmen for the annual St.
.. I iiu.nic.'ssiiH'nvithall. proceeds from and Mrs. Russell McRae of Edward's Bazaar were Bobbie
ihi' dinnfi going to LCCC Founda- I
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Norman-Horton Weeks Chapter Hampton HilitesBy

Engagement Told : Meet Feb. 17 Phone Dolores 468-1915 Meng Poulcin

Mr and :Mrs Marcus Norman of Weeks Chapter of the United Condolence I
M.nke announce the engagement of the Confederacy will Sympathy is extended to the fami-
j. aim 1 approaching marriage of their Monday, Feb. 17 at 11 a.m. at ly and friends of C. Roy McKinnywho
daughter. Darlene Gayle Norman, Western Steer Restaurant. died on Feb. 8. Model 2000
: ID Caulmcent Horton son of Mr. BirthdaysFeb.
md Mrs Lee Vincent Horton of syrup.'I.. Marks Women 4--Angel Pons; 5--Mark with 16" bar and chain
: I'i".11 ka Meet Wed. Rhoden,Jenny Johnson and Melinda PLUS extra 12" bar and chainA
:Mis.orman: attends Bradford Hughes; 6--Kelli Danielle Griffis and
:, Iligh '('hool.1': ] Horton graduated of St. Marks will meet Jean Clark; 7--Kelli King and regular retail value of $209.99 ,
i 1 nii> I'alatk i High and is attending Feb. 19 at 10:30: a.m. at Miriam Brown; 8-Natalie Tim-
->t ohn-) Community College. He is Parish House, mons; 10-Sharon Forsyth; It-Kim $
i i iphiM'd \\endys of Palatka Hodge, Ginny Bennett, Christa l 999
I he vt(Kiing is planned for Oc- Wood, Wayne Crawford and Roberta NOW ff expires 2/28/86

'ivtiiM t ( cii \ thside Baptist Church Chief Eunice Search; 12--Angie Custer ; Exclusive 1 Year Limited Warranty On All Poulan Models See Dealer For Details
ni I 1..1\ \Icy 13-Renaldo Aviles.
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Brandi! Tomlinson
Police Chief J.D. Eunice MeetingThe
Celebrates 6th B'Doy been selected as special event Hampton PTA will meet at the 539 E. Call Street 9645745DIMributad
school-on Thursday Feb. 20 Tsi DMUUxnora.ins.Boi 118II Trion OA 317M Cell O12)3BM3M
to lead local residents in evening, by part
Brandt Ann Tomlinson celebrated noOltad.m.*oMr......IndMduil dMlw m
a Bike-a-Thon on April $ 'at 7:3Op.m.: All parents are urged to [Thn] Although-rydad.rh..trwi prariMoly$ % ,.
nonyw.shads.rimwwan.1wwawleu1aeararenn" (
lit' sixth" birthday with a party given attend. pwtkHpMi
the Cystic Fibrosis Foun- ..,. _roedWo tl.pu S MICA Cad.st sd plc.
iiv her mother Maria Tomlinson atM .

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i i 1,101. hamburgers and cokes were to lengthen the lives of all lung- Sale
"road to her guests. Among those children through over 120 Gemexco
attending' were her great- Fibrosis Centers in the United
: uandmnther.;/ ElnOl'a Privett, These CF centers
specialize
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hei i grandmother Mrs. Alma Nor- aR.
diagnosis and care of children Sales Value
min and her aunt Mrs Ricky Normin cystic fibrosis and other lung- Super
along] with Scott Tomlinson, diseases such as chronic OFFICEsa&
< horny md Candace Norman, bronchiectesis, and \
h.arla Harper Kristin Gasset, Shan- pneumonia. a Box of 5000
.1.1 :Morrow, Stephanie Smith and r
Brittany Ford, .. : 110W.CallSt. Gemexco Staples
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Hi.mill McDonalds, opened play-yard her gifts.after An which en- PUBLIC NOTICEThe I, 964-5764 9 9 c

|i\able' time was had by all. J. Stark Fla. JJ Box

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III' trig two weeks ago was a nice
far" :\,0how about coming out for The of this is to
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: Stll Exchange Program>;&t BBS: Has High' Hopes For Another Big YearBy



Mark Friedlin same time and in conjunction with A special class, which introduces tranation class they may attend as a place they may never see in their soon start a variety of fund-raising
BCT Staff Writer the BHS effort in Melrose'by Sandi students who plan to take the trip to well it Is held at the Melrose Faith lives outside this exchange program events to support students who will
Last year's' Spainish exchange Lyons who says she has alreadysigned the ways and customs of Mexico is Presbyterian Church each Wednes- ," Instructor Reagan com be making the trio, which is schedulSee I II

program held at Bradford High up 19 families there topar- set to begin Thursday Feb. 20 at the day from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30: p.m. mented. "Our Spainish Club will Page 8
School was an outstanding success, ticipate in the program. First Baptist Church in Starke. Melrose residents may obtain
so much so that Director Ronald The program involves visiting Anyone interested in the program more information by calling Sandi
Reagan, a Spanish Instructor who students from Mexico who exchange may call Mr. Reagan at the school Lyons at 475-1082. SNAPPER
heads up the Foreign Friendship places with students in the United (964-6092) or at home at 964-4424.. "The program is a trememdous Attention!!!

Program here, says that organization States to share their cultural experiences Melrose residents have an indoc- opportunity for students to travel to
will try to have almost double and to broaden those experiences SNAPPER
the number of exchange students Involved with trips to various' Tracy Davis Given Bridal Shower. SPRING

in the unique program this points of interest as well as sampli-
ing the home life of the two different
year. OWNERSEVINT
The is also run at the countries. Tracy Davis, a recent bride, was resident, was given a final "roast'
program feted on Thursday, Jan. 16, at 7:30 by her surrogate mothers and
SAVINGS
p.m. with a miscellaneous shower neighborhood "sisters". Twenty-one
J 4-H.. Horse Judging Contest Held given by several residents of Green guests attended and enjoyed cake,
Acres, Including Mrs. Ed Kimutis, punch, and assorted finger foods.

Lisa Mosley (15) recently ly helped her excel in the Horse Bowl St. Mrs. Ed Kimutis, Jr., Mr. Her color theme of pink and burgundy Pre-Season
represented Bradford County at the event this past fall. She served as Roiert Autry Mrs. L.V Hardin, Ms. was carried out in the decorating
state 4-H Horse Judging contest heldin captain of the state winning team Gladys Thomas Mrs. Kenneth theme and table arrangement.The ; Tune-Up Special
Tampa. Lisa placed ninth in oral from Bradford County. The team Grider, Mrs. Carlos Johnson, Mrs. hostesses presented Tracy
reasons at the state competition.Over traveled to Louisville, Ky. to com Buster Rahn, and Mrs. John C.Tyeat with an assortment of household
ten teams participated in the pete in the Eastern National 4-H the home of the latter.In items as a momento of the occasion. FREE ATTACHMENT Free anddelivery
lieu of the usual Tracywas pick-up
Horse Judging event. Horse Bowl. games,
Lisa serves as president of the Lisa remains a strong spokesmanin given tips for a successful mar- Out of town guests included Mrs. NO DOWN PAYMENT

countywide 4-H horse club. She has the 4-H Horse program throughher riage by each guest, and they were Franklin Camp, mother of the NO MONTHLY PAYMENT on all
been showing horses since age eight. participation in the 4-H Horse recorded for her future reference. groom, and Mrs. Joseph Luke, sisterof

Presently, Lisa is sharing her horse Public Speaking Contest. She plansto Tracy a lifetime Green Acres- the groom FOR 90 DAYS Snapper riding ;

knowledge by teaching some junior pursue a career in veterinary During SNAPPER'S Spring mowers Now thru
4-H'ers the "Love-A-Horse"project, science. Dtr8'

Lisa's knowledge and ability real- Deborah Gray bestSNAPPEpvaueseverri March 15, 1986

Purchase a Rear Tine Tiller
Smn. Michael Ellis
Shawn HouseTo y ERlp1s at regular retail price and
Completes TrainingNavy Wed March 15 1 receive your choice of a Clean Mower !

Seaman Recruit Michael A. FREEpttachmentlisted Sharpen Blade I
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Faulk of
Ellis, son of Richard E. Ellis of Starke announce the engagementand CUSTOMDraperies below. Ask about our conClean Air niter

Melrose, has completed recruit approaching marriage of their venient Snap-Credit
training at Recruit Training Com- fodayl Change Oil
SNAPPER
daughter Deborah to Shawn House your
mand in Great Lakes II. a Vertical Blinds I
Change Spark Plug
son of Mrs. Janet Oester of Auburn, I
Ellis's week training 'sec ... with
During eight .
Wash. '
he studied general military'subjects The wedding is planned for March f I Balloon Shades e Mini Blinds Grease An Fittings ,:
designed to prepare him for further IlAPPER.Tighten All Nuts & Bolts
15 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mr. and

one academic of the and Navy's on-the-job 85 basic training fields. in Mrs. Patrick Welch at 436 N. WalnutSt. Roman Shades e Bedspreads A division of Fuqua Industries Adjust Brakes and Belt !
in Starke. All friends and
He the in October Lube Throttle Linkage
joined Navy ,
relatives are invited to attend.School .t '
1985. 1 t Adjust Carburetor

I Lunch Menus I WALLPAPER GALORE AssowasS47 Is Service Tires & Battery ,

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Feb. 17-21 Wednesday Corndogs, macaroni fc cheese H I I
green beans, peaches, cookie, milk 25 95
Bradford Elem. & Middle SchoolMlMlday. Thursday Fried chicken mashed potatoes e j

milk.Tue.dayi. Cheeseburger. trench fries, peaches gravy Biscuits., ,buttered milk green peas, chocolate cake Coordinate your home or office. Plus Parts

cookie Friday Beefa.roni, cheese stlx. garden salad, ,
Beef vegetable cheese .toast,
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soup I
CAN COST LESS! !
QUALITY
peach crisp milk. apple crisp, hot rolls, milk.AlaCarte SRAp A Your Factory Authorized
Wedneidiyi I Chicken nuggets/sauce, baked
beans, cabbage slaw, fruit jello, cinnamon roll Monday Hamburgers, pizza. trench fries, Building, remodeling or decorating VI' Parts & Service Dealer

milk green Thursday peas,Salisbury chocolate steak cake,biscuits potatoes, milk.buttered Tuesday milkshakes milkshakes Corndogs, 0 O.J.J. cheeseburger, trench fries, .' \ ala CALL. FOR. HELP! 2S% i, pia STARKEPOWER

Fridays Spaghetti with meat sauce, cheese sits, trench fries. '
Wednesday Hamburgers pizza It' rt /) :
garden salad, pear halves brownie, hot rolls O.J", milkshakes '/f ,
milk Thursday! Pizza, trench fries, cheeseburgers ** Interior Decorating Made Easy :
Bradford High School O.J., milkshakes I'' FREE EQUIPMENT
Friday Hamburgers Corndogs, trench fries For Shop at Home Convenience '"r
Monday i Cheeseburger on bun buttered corn, CULTIVATOR"fioivdiu.' 6119,95HILLERFURROWERn..0,5t85.95
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fruit cup, brownie milk O.J., milkshakes.Each Call: Donny; Green 964-7714 Starke i 438 S. Walnut Starke
Tuesday! Whaler on bun, trench fries cabbage day students have a choice of a hot lunch, ;
Slaw strawberry shortcake, milk salad bar or they may purchase la-carte \ Call for a no obligation appointment' 2 YEAR UNITED WARRANTY 964-8568

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NOTICE WEATHERIZATION on or before March 20, 1986. and the the" AUCTION NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at
INVITATION TO BID PROGRAM original with the clerk of this court NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one I
Furnish Labor.. ,Material .and .Equip. Suwonnee River Economic Council, either before service on plaintiff's attorney Feb 24, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock FORD COUNTY FLORIDA lot of WRLS Remote VHS consigned to

mint nec.ssaryfor cleaol.na( ..pod PPlOi: ,, Inc., hereby announces Notice! pf !Intent, or Immediately thereafter; otherwise A.M., the undersigned Gator Skaggs Appliance, Ft. Pierce, Fla., to .
ting structuralsteel, Unit>4.:: Bradford to administer the HRS Low-Income a default will be entered againstyou Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auc CASE NO. 85451CA satisfy freight and storage charges
County Stat. Farmers' Market Stark., Families Weatheritatlon Program in the for the relief demanded In the com- lion for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville IN RE: The Marriage Of under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of
Florida.For on. lot of KDF boxes and pocking WALTER GARNER, Uniform Standard Bill of lading.
SREC Service Area, from the plaint or petition.
RobertE. 8-county Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier
further details contact Mr. consigned to Jefferson Ward Cocoa, Husband
end of contract. Dated on this 3rd day of February
Allen, Manager, Bradford County present time to existing Fla., 1o satisfy freight and storage and 01-664889 dtd 12/10/85
State Farmer Mark.t P. O. Box 98. It Is anticipated that approximately 1986. charges, under the provisions. of Section RHONDA L. GARNER, 2/6 2tchg 2/13
Stark., Florida 32091 phon. $161,700 will be spent on weatherlzation GILBERT S. BROWNAs 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Wife.
904/964-6951 or Mr. A. C. Altvat.r, Jr., materials before September 30, 1986. Clerk of the Court Color' Freightways, Inc., Carrier NOTICE OF ACTIONTO AUCTION NOTICE
Construction Superintendent Bureau of All materials purchased must meet By Deputy Clerk 02.679124 dtd 11/18/85 : WALTER GARNER NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon-
State Markets, P. O. Box 1191, Winter mlnumum standards as published In the 2134tchg36NOTICE 2/132tchg 2/20 2705 Riverview Avenue day, Feb 17, 1986 at 10:OOo'clock A.M..

Haven, Florida 33882-1191, phone Federal Register Materials are securedby McKeesport Pennsylvania 15132 the undersigned Gator Frelghtways,
813/294-3511 ext. 205. Bids will be Suwannee River Economic Council OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition Inc., will sell ot public auction for cosh at
op.n.d at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, Inc., Issuing a purchase order to participating FOR NON-PAYMENT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO for Dissolution of Marriage has 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla., one :
OF STORAGE UNIT REGISTER lot of antennas consigned to Seafarer '
February 27, 1986. Vendor based on pricesquoted. been filed and you are required to serve
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to FICTITIOUS NAME Marine Supply, Largo, Fla., to satisfy
of and of If
The Department Agriculture All local building materials suppliers a copy your written objections. any,
Consumer Services reserves the right to do business with Florida Statutes 83.806 that on Feb 22, Pursuant to Section 86S.09, Florida on RANDY KAMMER.PHILLIPS whose address freight and storage charges under theprovl.lon.
best who desire to 1986 10:00: a.m. a sale will be held at Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the of Section 4b( ) of Uniform
or all bids In the Interestof Is THREE RIVERS LEGAL SERVICES.
reject any Suwannee River Economic Council Inc., Mini ,of America Standard Bill of
the State Building 2, Unit 42. undersigned, Frank Young Enterprises INC., 309 N.E. First. Street, Gainesville, lading.
DOYLE CONNER should submit a letter to the Executive Storage, Highway 100. KeystoneHeights Inc.. sole owner, doing business under Florida. 32601 who Is Wife's attorney Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTUREItchg Director, P.O. Box 70 Live Oak Florida Flo., phon. 473-7683. This sale the firm name of Frank Young Accountant on or before, February 14, 1986, and file 2.680975 dtd 11/26/85
2/13 32060 so stating. This letter should be Involves property of the following Intends to register sold fictitious the original with the Clerk of this. Court 2/6 2tchg 2/13
postmarked before February 14, 1986. tenants and what Is believed to be name under the aforesaid statute. either. before service on Petitioner's attorney
Vendors will be selected on quality stored. Dated this 29th day of January A.D., or Immediately thereafter; AUCTION NOTICE
materials for lowest prices Marti Protto 1986 In Bradford County. otherwise a Default will be entered NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon.
SUWANNEE RIVER ECONOMIC COUNCIL, P.O. Box 842 2/6 4lchg 2/27 against for the relief demanded In day Feb. 17, 1986 at 00o'clock: A.M., I
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO you
Inc. Melrote, Fla. 32666Hoy..hold the Petition.. the undersigned Gator Frelghtways,
REGISTER and Inc., will sell at auction for cash
public at
furnishings beddingA
EmployerAffirmative
An Equal Opportunity WITNESS hand and seal of this I
NAME my
FICTITIOUS sale of th..nflr. contents of unit INVITATION TO BID 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one
Florida Action EmployerP. Court on the 16th day of January 1986,
865.09,
Pursuant to Section sealed lot of switchboard disc. rock stl w/o fittings
will be mode to the highest bidder. If no The City of Stark. Is receiving I
Storks Bradford Florida.
that the O. Box 70 at County
Statutes, notice I Is hereby given and W.P. Live Oak Florida 32060 bidder the sale will be conducted pursuant bids for the repair of the Marley cooling GILBERT S. BROWN consigned to Basic Communications
undersigned James G. Walker located at the Port Charlotte, Flo., to I
between
to rental agreement tenant tower, model 354-602.. Clerk of the Circuit Court satisfy
businessunder
Dorvln. joint owners, doing Itchg 2/13 and landlord. Municipal Power Plant. Marian McRae freight and storage charges under the I
the firm name of Stark. ChryslerPlymouthDodge 2/13 2tchg 2/20 Bids will be received In the City Clerk's Clerk1234tchg213 provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform I
Inc., d/b/a North NOTICE TO LOCAL LABOR Deputy
Office until bid opening at 6:30 p.m., Standard Bill of lading.
Florida Chrysler-Plymouth-Dadge, Inc., (CARPENTRY) SUBCONTRACTORS INVITATION BID Tuesday, February 18 1986. Specifications Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier
Intends to register said fictitious name Suwannee River Economic Council ON JUNK METAL MATERIALSAT may be obtained at Starke City Hall 01.665954dtd 12/16/85
under the aforesaid statute. Inc., hereby announce Notice of Intent to THE LANDFILL or by calling ((904)) 9645027. 262tchg213STARKE I
NOTICE OF
,
Dated this 4th day of February A D., low Income Families Ii
administer the HRS Sealed bids for lunk m.tolltama at the 262tchg213PUBLIC SHERIFFS SALE i
1986 In Bradford County. Weatherlzation In the B landfill received
2/64tchg2/27 Program county County' site will be at Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E.
SREC Service Area from the present the Bradford County Courthouse In the Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County I
time to end of existing. contract. Clerk of the Circuit Court's off lev on the HEARING Florida under and by virtue of Writ of
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT'AND It Is anticipated that approximately 1st floor to be opened at the Boards Th. Bradford County School Board Execution to.wit: CHURCH OF GOD ;
.
NOTICE OF INVITATIONFOR $147,000 will be spent on weatherlzationcarpentryrepair regular monthly meeting Monday, Stark, Florida will hold a Public Hearing Execution Issued out of County Courtof 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 I
BIDS FOR PURCHASE OF labor before March 3, 1986 at 10:00: A.M. on the Proposed Pupil Progression Bradford County Florida pursuant to Walter F. Montz Pastor
VANS AND/OR STATION WAGONSBID September 30. 1986. In the 8 county SREC ONLY LICENSED SCRAP METAL Plan Board Rule 6Gx44.20 on February a Final. Judgment for B & M Starter and with
NO. 001 Service Area. Minimum requirementsare DEALERS WELCOMED! 17, 1986. ot 7 p.m. In the School Board Generator' Co. of Stark., Florida and We invite you to worship us.
.
The dealers must have their own Room of the Bradford District School Administrative Attended Numry
local
d/b/a
from ,
letter of reference a Herman Schoenlng
Notice Is hereby given by SuwanneeRiver Box business a or minister, proof of required LIABILITY INSURANCE COVERAGE to Offices, 582 Nort"'T.mpl. against Schoening Safety Service, defendant In Sunday School . 10 lilt
Council Inc. P.O.
,
Economic person
submit bid. Starke, Florida. . .
localllc.n..., and before a contract a Avenue, the amount of $439.27 together' with Morning WonMp 11 *m
70, live Oak. Florida 32060. Ms. FrancesTerry Suwannee The Board shall renew the sale of the Copies of this proposed Pupil Progression costs of collection. Evening Sorirlc . . 0 pm
Executive Director, that she willrec.lv. will be accepted by metal fiv.ry six ((6)) months and thesuccessful Plan be obtained at the School i
Council Inc. junk may Hove seized and have In my possession Wednesday Youth . . 7.30pm
,
a certificate -
sealed bids to contract for the River Economic buyer shall have the option ofeither Board Offices, between 7:30 a.m. and the following described personalproperty
purchase of one fifteen passenger van of Insurance showing comprehensive paying on a monthly term or.payment ":30 p.m., Monday through Friday. to-wit:
with raised roof and wheelchair lift, end liability Insurance that Includes In full. This Is In compliance with the Florida Standup tool box with 21 drawers Including
one fifteen passenger van with raised premises and completed opera. THE BUYER WILL HAVE TO ABIDE BY Statutes Chapter 120.54 as enacted by mechanics tools, approximately
reef at said address not later than 3:00 tion. Workman's Compensation Is ALL OF THE COUNTY'S RULES AND" the 1974 Florida legislature. 170 assorted wrenches, one 52-piece Bradford Lodge
p.m., on March 28 1986 at which time deducted from the labor check If not car REGULATIONS AT THE LANDFILL I 2/6 2tchg 2/13 drive socket set,, assorted drill bits
and place all bids properly received andIn ried by the Contractor. The Board reserves the right to reject sockets, ratchets, pliers screwdrivers No. 35
proper form shall be opened publiclyand A meeting will be held at SREC In Live any and all bids I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH and assorted tool pieces.As .
read aloud. Oak at the Main Office, 1001 Nobles Gilbert S. Brown JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR the property of the above named F& AM
The award of contract shall be madeto Ferry Road on February 14. 1986, at Clerk to the Board BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA defendant and that on Monday the 3rd
the lowest reliable and responsive 10:30 a.m. All those Interested In the 2/13 2tchg 2/20 Case No 86.22 day of March. 1986, at two o'clock on
bidder complying'with specifications.All above mentioned program should be In IN RE: The Marriage of sold day on the premises. of the Bradford Meets Every

bidders will be required to certify attendance NOTICE OF AUCTION ROY W. LLOYD County Jail. I will offer for sale and sell Second Fourth I
they are not on the Comptroller 'SUWANNEE RIVER ECONOMIC COUNCIL, NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon- Husband to the highest bidder for cash In hand
General's) list of Ineligible contractor INC. day, Feb 24. 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M., and the above described. property of said Monday I
Manufacturers appearing on said list An Equal Opportunity Employer the undersigned Gator Frelghtwoyt, IRENE C. LLOYD, defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex
considered Ineligible.The Affirmative Action EmployerP. Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Wife. ecution. 7:30 p.m. I
will be successful bidder will be requiredto O. Box 70 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville;,Flo.:; one NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
Florida 32060 lot of .shoes consigned foe Designer TO-HOY W. LLOYD Bradford County Florida I
live Oak.
comply with all applicable Equal Shoes, Clearwater, Fla., to satisfy .ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU 2/6 4tchg 2/27
Employment laws and regulations. Title Itchg 2/13 freight and storage charges, finder the ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
49, Code of Federal Regulations Part 21. provision of Section 4b( ) of Uniform. fair dissolution of marriage has been THE BRADFORDCOUNTY
Any proposed changes must be submitted IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Standard Bill of Lading: filed gainst you and you are required to AUCTION NOTICE TELEGRAPH
to the Purchaser for Its prior concurrence JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Gator Frelghtways..Inc.:, Carrier serve a copy of your written defenses If NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday I
In accordance with Instructionsand BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. 2.693932'td 12/10/85 any ,to It. on the Petitioner's/Wife's. attorney Feb. 17, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., Published ovary Thursdayat I
procedures contained In the bid CASE NO. 85-133-CA 2/13 2tchg 2/20 whose name and address is: the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, 13S W. Call Straat
IN RE: The Marriage of JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at
package. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla.. one Stark, Florida 32091
P.A.P.
Notice Is further given to all persons JAMES T.KRAMER.Hu.bond. NOTICE OF AUCTION TERENCE M. BROWN
Candle Centerpiece consigned
lot of glo
that detailed NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday O. Drawer ...0Stork.
Interested In bidding Lauderdale lakes, Fl.,
Imperial' Flat Class paid at
to Second
specifications and Instructions for the and Feb. 24, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M., .. Florida 32091 and charges, postage
storage
NANCY R. KRAMER. Wife.. the undersigned Gator Frelghtways. (904) 964.8272 to satisfy freight Starke FloridaSubscription
Items herein above described are under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of ,
from Suwannee NOTICE OF ACTION: Inc., will sell at public auction for ash at and file the original with the Clerk of the Standard Bill of lading.
request
available Economic upon Council Inc., P.O. Box CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE, NO PROPERTY 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville; Fla., one above styled court on or before March Uniform Gator Frelghtways Inc., Carrier Rates:
River FrancesTerry YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for lot of tile consigned' to Jim Ryan, S.Pasadena 12 1986: otherwise, a (judgment may beant.red dtd 121985262tchg213 i
-689649
live Oak. Fla. 32060, Ms. Pro. In-trade area: $10.00 per year i
70. and for the relief
dissolution of marriage has been filedagainst Fla., to satisfy freight against you I
Executive Director. and are required toserve storage charge.'under the provisions. of demanded: In the Petition. $5.50 six months '
Purchaser reserves the right to reject you you Bill of seal of said
The defenses. If Section 4b) of Uniform Standard. WITNESS my hand and the
( any and all bids and to readvertisefor a copy of your written Lading. Court on this 23rd day of January, 1986. AUCTION NOTICE Outside area: $11 per year
Plaintiff'sattorney
Monday
bids. any:to It on Eugene F. Shaw. Gator Frelghtways, Carrier2.6652u GILBERT S. BROWN. CLERK NOTICE I. hereby given that on
Itchg 2/13 whose address is 925-E North did I2/I6/85 1 By Deputy Clerk Feb. 17. 1986. at 10:00 o'clock A.M., $6.00 six months I

.- Temple Avenue, Starke. Florida .32091! 2/13 2tchg 2/20 1/30 4tehg 2/20 the undersigned. Gotor Frelghtways: ,
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By :Mark Kriedlin highlights with a pantomine to the
BtT Staff Writer tune' Nine to Five'. '
The 1986 Mz. Ugly contest at Brad- Lonnie Hamilton's "Brenda
ford was an entertaining, if a bit Boobies" was next with a startling
unusual, affair held last week as rendition of a ballet, and she was
some of the biggest and toughest followed by Champion Mike Chap Home
male students in the school showedthe pell as"Rosey Cheeks" Ina dance to
crowd a "distinctly different"part / 'The Stripper".
of their personalities.Snazzy. The formal wear competition EntertainmentConcepts
followed the talent portion of the
r. show,followed by some"tough"but
funny questions for the contestants
from the judges.
Judges for this year's show included -
Mrs. Inez Diggs, Mrs. Marian
Douglas, Dr. Peter Gianas and Mrs.
t Melba Johnson. Bradford Shopping Center
P i'Irl ad The show is sponsored by the BHS
4 :'j All-Sports Club, which uses the
event raisers.for one of its annual fund- 9646946Valentine

r 1 The All-Sports Club would like to
rp thank the following for their help in
the production: The Looking Glass
p, 7 for setting the wigs, Mary Kay
Cosmetics for the makeup, Charles
l Hal). Wanda Prevatt and Betty I l-
.rYl1; Shuford for helping with the program .r
f i t "'I'sMlw. j Donna Hartley, Debra T
MI Stephens, Deena Petrella and Olivia
I Scott for backstage help, and to Ted
Ramsey for providing the music.


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The large crowd on hand roared Rings
as Mike Chappell, Mens & Ladles
dressed in his (her?) finest as the I t ty. Your Choice . '3.78 each All Movies.

first beautiful "Rosey Cheeks", won the 10 & 14 K Gold Filled 50cThursday
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ravishing "Tantalizing Tina"and
the third runner-up was yet t Good February 13th Only
another talented entry Lonnie t
Hamilton, who portrayed the : Jur' 'e, I M.snIt
i.urvecous "Brenda Boobies" and
did a smashing job, if applause was \ Guitar LessonsNow
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show started with some ., ( hurWlri. Call
smoothly done intorductions by Co- \ Being Given for Information
Master of Ceremonies Donna Gruen
and Dan Hardy, who kept the show .
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throughout I the evening.. Serving as
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reorge Loper and Mike Sexton. IIBBAKESIII
The Streetware Competition drew \, SERVICE
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I 11)I open the show and was followedi 104 W. Brownlee Road Starke Includes labor, pads, inspection of drum or rotors,
i the introduction of the judges by r 'V rntyt bleen and adjust| front or rear.
(;ruen and Hardy. A 964-6987
The most popular portion of the
.-how was next and the "talent
presentation" all it built FREE ESTIMATESDomestic
was was upI
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Doug Carlton, as "Delores Der- '
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Judges his stuff with a baton twirling Oil & Oil Filter /1
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Additional parts extra cars & pickups Only
never earn him a spot on the award- Change
v inning BHS majorette squad. --" ,." -- .." _....-..:
Luscious Lonnie... W/Free Safety Check, which includes checking
'as Irvin on stage Mears next, as and"Sleazy he soon Suzy"had Ex-KllS linebacker Lonnie Hamilton struts his stuff as "Brenda lights, exhaust, tires, front end and brakes. T1J(! [E=(!1J (Ple AfI.

the crowd rocking to the beat of the Boobies". 5 Ots. Oil & 011 Filter- ... lane Fonda Workout" tapes. Stick to football I.onnie. -
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ingham, dressed to snuggle ad
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Delia the Delightful" and pan- "Dixie-Darling-Muffin" was the "Cudley Connie". The ex-football Installation of AC spark plugs, inspection of
tomined his the
hit "Girls Just way Want through to Have popular Fun". Todd rather McLeod strange who name twilred for contestant his stuffto player was all soul in his ,'artfelt oil, or filter extra If required choke, trottle, linkage, spark plug wires.
of the
rendering feminist classic
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Fannie" he also
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did a pantomine,this time ti the tune Todd was followed by Keith Gill- Daughtery"Tantalizing was next Tina"to hit Chris the Shocks Special I y


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I up a special concession stand at an exchange student may also call and to provide an Inexpen- V aV
the fairgrounds during the Bradford for information. The cost to the host sive and secure means for those -
County Fair to raise additional funds family is just $25. children to visit another country.
tor the exchange students. Foreign Friendship is a non-profit, "The child will have the opportunity -
The cut-off date for applicants is cultural exchange program, accor- to experience a different way of
set for April 1st and the price for a ding to Lyons, who says the program life, as well as learn a little of TEN PIECESHRIMP
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Winning three of four games this Forest Is the top team in the district. time out and told the Tornado five it But BHS just couldn't keep lip with
week including a 61-60 squeaker in Gainesville High and Eastside Highup had to get back upcourt on defense. the Hurricanes Monday night. BHS -F.
overtime against Santa Fe here for second and third seeds. "We cut their fast break off," said didn't play that badly, Slater said.
Tuesday night the Bradford High Coach John Slater, and that was the It was the second timt GUS has
girl varsity basketbaUers have BUS 61- Santa Fe 60 key to the win. beaten the 13-5: BHS girls this

established a 14-5 season record. It was basket-for-basket here Marla Reddish hit from the side s(ason. GHS beat BUS five points in w1 : 4 .7
It is the best regular season markof Tuesday night. Feb. 11, as the BHS with 33 seconds left in regulationplay the first meeting. M
any BUS team since girls basket to BHS 5553. But with 8
girls managed a 61-60 overtime win put up BHS 4 14 14 7-43
ball was started up again in 1977. If over Santa Fe High in the BHS gym. seconds left Santa Fe scored on a GHS 21 14 20 22 77

BIIS beats Baker High on the road in Beverly Mosley led BHS with 21 short jumper to tie the game up at BrOfHord icorlngi RooUUh t 0-11, Owl' *1.14, 1
Macclenny a 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday points and 8 rebounds and had two 55-55 at the end of regulation play. In Motion lit. Slorllnf ,..-.. J..k... ,.,... 7.,.,.
Feb. 13) In the final regular clutch free throws with 13 seconds overtime BHS got ahead and used I*.t 41.CMS. .
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season the Tornadoes will their Korlngi Booth t 1 U. Muni I '7. M..h.w.
game, left in OT. Felicia Davis scored 18 guards to hold onto the ball and .
II 0 11 ,.. ... .
MolMl (0 MOrril ,155 have a 15-5 record and will equal the points and had 7 rebounds. Marla forced Santa Fe to foul. ,...,.II1 77.
best record In school history a 15-4 Reddish scored 16 points, including BHS U 13 15 11 6 61

mark set in 1956.District several clutch baskets, includingone S.F. II 13 9 15 5 60 BUS 50. N. Marion 46

to put BIIS up 55-53 in regulationplay. 1HI ....,... torfdlili 10.15.Spell 0../'.1, M..I., The BHS
girls ahead of
Tourney... S "/..,. Do.ll S ./7."/. {t.llng 101. Joc.ion stayed
"./... '.'.1.20 11/.0..'. North Marion the entire game but 'Hr ,
The post-season District Tournament A. Freeney led Santa Fe with 27 (onto Foi Froilor 400. lurni t."'.13. Froon.* I the Colts pressed the Tornado girls '
begins next Wednesday Feb. points. V. Burns added 13. IJ.I/I 17. t..!. 4.|/..f, )..?.!, 0.1/1-I. ToMlt in the fourth period and gained but : ;
19, at Eastside High in Gainesville. BHS was up by four points down 11 '/1.60. not quite enough.

BIIS is 2-4 in district flay, and the stretch in the fourth period. Then GIIS 77 BIIS 42 BUS led 13-7 after the first period \
could finish seeded 5th. I BIIS Santa Fe got its fast break going and 22-19 at the half 36-23 after the third \
would play the fourth seeded team scored 10 straight unanswered Lisa Mathews, taller than any period. The Colts outscored BHS

probablv North Marion Ocala points. Coach John Slater called Bradford girl, played aboveeverybody's 23-14 in the fourth period and got.
head to lead Gainesville
BUS missed two layups in the final
High to an District 5-3A 77-43
easy ..
I' minutes it wouldn't have
-a or even
win Monday night Feb. 10, in
Gainesville. been close,pointed out Coach Slater. ..
The Tornado girls their fast
got
Mathews scored 22 points had
break going in the third period and
seven rebounds and six assists, and
used their 3-2 trap, and led as muchas '.
left the BUS girls reaching for the
a .basketball. Four other GHS girls 16 points at one time, said Coach -..::..- ... ..
Slater. led BUS with '
Beverly Mosley ;;
scored in double figures.
18 points. BHS also balanced ..
F got a
GUS ..
.played an outstandinggame.
scoring effort with five other team -- .
There weak
was
nothing
members from 4 to 9
scoring points. p'c'
about their at all Coach
game says
Felicia Davis had 16 rebounds and
+ a .1P Slater. They could have beaten
9 points. Mosley and Ann Starling
anybody in the state that
night
each had 7 rebounds. Mosley and
Slater said.
i Davis each had 4 .
assists Angel Spell .
Felicia Davis scored 14 and
points and Ann Starling 3 each, Marla Red-
Marla Reddish 12 to lead the BHS ef .
dish and Tonya Jenkins 2 each.
fort. Felicia Davis has 12 rebounds.
Mosley scored nine of ther 18 Half-Court Defense...
BHS down
21-6 after the first
wad period was played with them for awhile, points in the fourth period and was I.ady Tornado Ton>a Jenkins ((1I1I.2J: stands firm against an onrushing i I

and cut it to 11 in the third period. Sec Page 5' North Marion player '



Late Basket Gives JV Girls Win Over North Marion IAn



exciting final second basket by BHS won only the third quarter, BUS 40 N. Marion 39 mdlofd itorlngi, C. Oo.. 7' li. Po.odo
Cindy Rowell beat North Marion 11-7. The BUS girls stayed close 104. J. S...,, 44 til Coh.n, I 1.1. Ii.,..,
40-39, but that was the only bright down just three 28-25 after the third Cathy Davie scored 12 of her 16 1011 Iw.II 01.4. Totlll 17 t I 19 '0.N.'h .
spot in a tough week as the Tornado period, then lost the fourth period points Joyce Searcy has 9 of her 12 Morlont. H. Voung 01/41 P. I..IIh.r
points in the second half and 41 I' t (town 120'120. M Ink 0111 I
junior varsity basketball team lost 3 1411. Elizabeth Rowell scored the ..... 1011. Totoll 17 ",1! M
of 4 and finished winning
68. regular season playat BHS B 6 II II 36 basket with six seconds left to beat Orange; Park 40 BUS :il
S.Fe 12 9 7 14 42 the North Marion JV 40-39 in the
The JV girls lost 42.36 to Santa Fe 'Ml ReIngrow., ..-'/'.t. Dovoy 1.01..forodo Cathy; Davit had a good game but
1 on their home floor Tuesday night ,..".,. Soorcw 1../.-.. Cohoni 1-0/11, ".,..* BHS gym Thursday night Feb 6. Orange Park beat the BIIS junior
s 1 .'1.'.Kow.ll 104.ToMIl ,.-.".-,.. Davie stole the basketball in the
Feb. 11. They lost to Gainesville onto f. Frotloi ('./",.. ,,"'...... 3-",.,. final seconds of the BUS from. varsity girls on the boards to take a;
.. .... .... come. 40.31 last Feb
High 38-26 on the road Monday night. Howord I 0-1 Clirk' 1 / J. 1 0 1. Sproldlng win Wednesday night
t "/7-IS. Tololl 10/1..1.. behind effort, shot, missed and 5.
They beat North Marion here last
Thursday night and lost 40-31 to GIIS 38 BUS 26 Rowell got the rebound, and put up BUS tried never quick but just

-\t Orange Park here Feb. 5. The JV girls led 9-7 after the first the winning basket. Howell starting couldn't get anything going. BUS:
period but didn't win another her first game, looked one way, then lost its loading scorer grades, and.
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then other, then flung the basketball
Santa Fe 42 BIIS'36The quarter in their 38-26 loss to basically, was adjusting to that
toward the basket and it got nothing
JV girl five got behind 12-8 in Gainesville High. but net.. BHS 6 4 10 II ;31,
the first period and stayed that way Janet Searcy led BHS with 13 BHS was down 20-5: at one point Orange Park: 8 8 9 IS 40
the entire game against Santa Fe points half of the BUS scoring. Bradford"curlngi' trownO 1 2I I C Oovl.tO 12 (
and 20-9 at the half Davie and Sear-
On the Move... here BHS ; 8 9 5 37 Porodo lot. S..", 1074 Coh.n. I .021.." -,
Tuesday night. cy led the comeback effort to even 704 I.wd1102' I '.'.1. 104' 4.11
BIIS Lady Tornado forward Maria Reddish moves into the lane for her Janet Searcy led BHS with 8 GHS 8 21 9 24 47 the BHS record at 6.6. 0.....P.,' C Cain 0.' 0 Sntllh 3 1n( K rhl
shot against North Marion while teammate Brenna Skeen (no.22): ) blocks points Cindy Parado had 7, BHS icoringt DAv.y 1-*.,10 Farado ,.,140Snrcy BHS 4 5 18 13 40 1117 1 .A Munnlngholl I 1 li 1 ShuiU.IV ,d I II
out the opposition. Elizabeth Rowell 6, Marcia Brown 5. 7-e>4-40 Colwni ,.,_ Tioriny w-, I 1.07. r Bodar 101 K Mogu. ,tilt ratal
Totolloi' Jl-W N"rthMorln" 10 10 12 7 19 114'11 40wa

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tough road games left the UIIS 55- BIIS 54 UHI ...rI... J....... 7./..... Brown "'/'.13. 5.y Granular for Easy 8 8
Tornado varsity five 0-3 this week IDovIl 401. McCllnleit ,-.-.. Koilh """" Doll' Spreading 3
Union High managed to the O-I/M,Joh.... I-H. Total 14-7/ll-M. J.-: ; .
8-11 on the season, and facing the quell 50 Ib Boa Reg 5.99 . . ,
prospect of winning the final three intensity of the Bradford High five Eastside 71 BUS 65 \'N'URSERY' rSPEC. AIlS
the took the mental off .
Tigers edge I
games to break even. the Tornadoes who lost 55-54 Tues- The BHS five played a real good LET US FERTILIZE YOUR LAWN -
Union High pinned a 55-54 loss on at Eastside but short
day night in Lake Butler. game came up
BIIS in Lake Butler Tuesday night WITH GRO-TONE
with 71-651oss in Gainesville.
Union half and a
ran a court ,
press
Feb. 11. It was an evenly Reg. 24.95
fought
con the Tornadoes attacked it rather ten- BHS was in the game until the last
test, up and down until the very last tatively, said Coach Jay Godwin. few minutes when the team had to WEED-N.FEED..
when BHS missed some crucial free ,' Palm..1 995
foul In to the
BHS hustled hard but the players an attempt overcome Complete Plant Food
throws tip-ins, and layups that seemed Eastside lead. ,
not I
mentally quite as
sharp
meant the difference. as they needed to be, the coach said. "We didn't do the little things we Plus Weed Kier : ;
BUS gave a good effort at Eastside For instance BUS failed to had to do to win" said Coach God- for Pre.Emergencs and w ,
in Gainesville Saturday only to lose win. "We didn't ht the free throws "rma Dogwood or
3 2 fast
capitalize on a good many on Post EmBrgence Control y Z"e
7165. Middleburg had trouble andEastside
no
breaks something the lay ups and the inside shots,
they practice
handling the BHS five 59-45 last Fri ofCertalnWeedsse.labe ) 21088
every day. did. We were in it until the ( :s:..
day In Middleburg. BHS thought it had the edge sinceUnion's last couple of minutes when we had Big Covori 3000 w.It I, 949 SycamoreApples .

"We "didn't capitalize on many leading scorer quit. It just to foul. 10-3-7 plui mlnott 6 atra:>sle . . . .
breaks, Coach Jay Godwin said
didn't turn out that ES Coach Bob Wendt said his
Tuesday night afte the Lake b-tler BHS kept the way.close. BHS Rams, 13-8 after the win, were flat
game. BHS had 17 turnovers."That's game after a close loss to cross-town rival Fee
&
was down 14-12 after the first period, Delivery Spreading
too said Coach f
just many and down 29-28 at the half. The game Buchholz the previous night.It 899
Godwin. tied after third was 11-11 after the first period. 50 &Pear
40-40 the
but was UHS the fourth period 15-14 BHS was up one 35-34, at the half. Bag Minimum 1 . . . . ...
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Upcoming... to win. ES won 18-16 in the third period and Metro Area Only . . . . per bag

BHS Is home against Hawthornethis BHS shot only 31 percent, 21 of 67. 19-16 in the fourth.
Friday night Feb. 14. BHS beat from the field. Herbie Cooper led Herbie Cooper led with 23 points. c

Hawthorne, ranked number 2 in BHS with 15 points. Levl Simmonshad Pat Diggs turned in his best scoring tfrf f f
Class 2A by six points earlier. 11 points.Eddie performance of the season with 22 :

Next Tuesday Feb. 18, BHS is set Keith scored 15 for UHS, points. lOAIDA
to host Santa Fe High. BHS beat Santa Fred Jackson 14, and Clarence IS I 11) 23 15 1* 71 '
five at Santa Fe High II 45 PEST / 1 l l( 1 dONTAOL
Fe by points Brown 13. IHS 24 16 14 1
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.earlier this season. IHS 12 U 12 14 54 .r.B..d..rln.,C_.p...7.13..DI,..'.-..13.I1w- .,.
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BHS will be on the road in Mac- mom Mlkholl WlllloiM Totolllltt44.

clenny for the final regular season UHS pus>..>ln
game with Baker High next Friday 4 )'"". MIKfcoll 4-t/l. '..t l-.-.. JonoJm1I See Page &
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7 records set or broken by.. BHS tracksters : ..


Seven Bradford school track GIrls 3200-Meter Run: Christy finish line neck-and-neck at 7.29 and Next Meet... [*<>- VJr*****+**********+*****+*****++***************

records were either set or broken Harrell placed 12th overall and put Darren Patterson was not far behindat .
during a special pre-season Invitational her name on the records list next to a 7.74. The BUS tracksters will be off to JO ANN'SA .
meet held Saturday, Feb. 8. time of 13 minutes 38.1 seconds. Girls 1600-Meter Run: Christy Sandalwood High School in Jacksonville ) =
The meet was held indoors at the Harrell placed 10th overall with a on Saturday. Feb. 22, at 12 noon 1,,, -
O'Connell Center at the Universityof Top Tracksters... time of 6 minutes 5.46 seconds. for another invitational tournament. \ Speciality Gift Shop ..;
Florida in Gainesville with more Boys 300-Meter Dash: Cleve This will also be an open-class South 301 1'1I11 /'j
Girls 55-Meter Hurdle: Terry -
than 60 high schools participating in Jakab came in at 11.91 and Allison Hankerson posted an outstanding tournament so Bradford can expectthe -: ; "."., .Z
the open-class meet that pitted time of 42.74 seconds. competition to be strong. These
schools of all sizes against one Denmark came in just behind at Boys 4x400; (Mile Relay): Brian two tournaments should help the i Show your school spirit! Gift' your vaUiitlM. a Bradford '

another in some of the toughest 1257.Girls 55-Meter Dash: Terri Kittles Lane Cleve Hankerson, Robert Tornadoes prepare for the coming i Boar from Jo .....'.. When. you think Vdoatlnt'i. Cal.think

track competition to be found came in at 8.23 with Unessa King Thorpe and Wesley Johnson pulledthe season said Coach Loper and will [ aro your ;hoadquartors. Custom dodgnod V.wraths .Chllr'.d.J .:' :,
anywhere. right on her heels at 8.33. long haul together and turned in give them some meet experience to i
Although this is a rebuilding year Boys 55-Meter Dush Brian Lane an excellent time of 3 minutes 49.23 fall back on during the regular. i J
: [ Hours:10 I.m.-5:30: Mon.-Sot.
p.m.
for us, said Head BHS Track Coach and W >slev: Johnson crossed the seconds. season. ( ) _
George Loper "We had some In- ****************************************
dividuals whose performance looks
very promising for the season .
ahead. --
Coach Loper said that overall, all E-
the Tornadoes did very well in this,
their first competition of the season.
However the competition was
very tough, with BHS tracksters
competing against such a large
number of teams, some of them
from much larger schools with a !
: larger number of talented studentsto
call on.
"I was especially pleased with
their performance" said Loper
noting that he was very proud of the
seven new records established by
this Tornado team.

! 7 Records...

: The seven new records are:
Boys Long Jump: Darren Patterson QUANTITY RIGHTS
soared to a new BHS record of PRICES GOOD
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Boys Shotput: Lonnie Hamilton FEBRUARY 13 19. 1986 AmericasPotatoeshigh Supermarket
fourth overall in -
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placed competition .-o:::::;;
and set a new BHS record by -' /
heaving the shotput 42'4". ;
Boys 1600-Meter Run: Cam Ward rf'
set a new record when he crossed the I F'FI1F.Rgr.: \

35.53 finish seconds.line in this event at 5 minutes b FIBAD" +r.t.+trs

Boys 800-Meter Run: Robert
Thorpe hoofed it across the finsh line
: at 2 minutes 19.27 seconds for a new

:, school record. IPfIIAW ItIIED !
Girls 300-Meter Dash: Terri Kitties .. : "
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personal victory at 49.42 seconds.
Girls 1600-Meter Run Lori
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zipped into fourth position overall in nutrition low in calories-
and set a new school record with a t+ yet

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The Farm Front
; DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE ,
! By Doyle Conner FERNANDINA ST. AUGUSTINE, STARKE LIVE : .
:, If you haven't renewed the insurance e OAK LAKE CITY GAINESVILLE. HIGH SPRINGS
coverage on your farm O PERRY, PALATKA. CHIEFLAND MADISON,
truck recently, you may be in for a t7 O PLEASE CALLAHAN PRESENT COUPONS& MACCLENNY WITH COUPON ITEMSManufacturer's
shock when you do. A little-noticed .

provision became law Jan. 1 which ......_...__......ReDEMPTION.._.... _RULES.._"...........'_ ..
redefines .
commercial vehicles .. .. .. .
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requires that for .c,_, .. _, wMr .ro.nc ewrrcva.nrnnw. .. ....
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coverage o b Mas. mCww Onti lnMnw MUaa.c.- n.
be at least $750,000.Agricultural :VMM.r r .::rYAOMrw <_..,..._..<--.
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concerns are up in Coupons FEBRUARY 13 19 1986 : MUM m .
arms, not only because of the increased .... M.. .
coverage required, but also
because some fear, they may not be ..', rei
able to buy that kind of coverage. If 'V o.f
they can, premiums will be much +
higher than in the
past. 4 yy'p4 ALL VARIETIES
The new law redefines commercial r
COCA
vehicles and imposes insurance
requirements equal to federal re 31 COLA
: quirements on them. The law
: reduces the gross vehicle weight
necessary to be considered a "com.mercial
vehicle" from 44,000 poundsto y
26,000 pounds. As of January 1, p 12 01 .r ( I
liability coverage for commercial ,
vehicles must be at least $750,000 for 1 I

those trucks or trucks of three or I REGULAR or LIGHT i s."""M'v.m' I
more axles regardless of gross vehicle mrr u. CHOICE;
weight. OLD MILWAUKEE/

There are plenty of farms trucks CHICKEN OP THE SEA :
logging trucks produce hauling LIGHT CHUNK P 12PA. $49 WOBFULLCUT80BECNBEEF' : HICKORV SWEET f.
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trucks and other types of vehicle' ROUND BONELESS ..
TUNA CANS
which will need the new coverage
although it is hard to see how the SEAGRAMS STEAK HAM .
owners can affort it or why they
need It.The WINE COOLERS 99
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$
insurance has increased I
industry slh.Dr. I .
premiums on all kinds of CANS 4 PK, $ 9 9' :..
coverages in recent years claiming 12 oz. 3 LB :: ,
it must cover huge losses caused by moro Limll purohEEE Z;wllh Ito vcl'?ells or CANS LB. ':;..:

astronomical judgments in court :; ,
cases. We all know farmers par-
ticularly in North Florida, have been
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6 BHS Grapplers Qualify for Regional, Finish Fourth in DistrictThe

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BHS Tornado grapplers plac- Jones and Chuck Coburn. The top If the Tornadoes do well in the Devils by a wide margin of 37-11, 119-Pound Class: Chuck Coburn Class: Jamie Carver won by deci
ed fourth overall out of seven teamsin four places in the individual district regional competition, they will goonto winning seven of the 12 weight lost by decision. 125-Pound Class: sion. 155-Pound Class: Bruce Davis
the district competition this past competitions will go to regional. the state competition at Ft. classes. Sid Russell lost by a pin. 132-Pound won by decision.
weekend at Lake Weir. Three Tornadoes won their weight Meyers later in the season. The Tornadoes actually won 7 of Class: Mike Elder last by a pin. 167-Pound Class: Mike Stillwell
Ocala Forest took top honors in the class and will also go to the regional Coach Tewe added that two of the 10, since they had to forfeit the 138-Pound Class: Dennis Cumm- won by decision. 185-Pound and
match, Lake Weir was second, competition.They are: Bruce Davis, six regional-bound Tornadoes finished 185-pound class and the 220-pound ings lost by decision. 145-Pound 220-Pound Classes: BHS forfeited.
Eastside was third and BHS fourth. Brad Green and John Hamilton. the regular season with great class due to a lack of wrestlers of the
Six Tornado grapplers put on an "This is the first time in my three records. Bruce Davis saw victory 17 appropriate weight going out for the,
outstanding performance at the years here that we've had district times and only had to acquaint team. -
district match and will go to the champions on the wrestling team," himself with defeat once. Brad "This was an assembly match"said
regional competition in Auburndalethis said Head Tornado Coach David Green also racked up 17 victories Coach Tewe, "It was held'in
Friday and Saturday beginningat Tewe, adding that he is very proudof and had three defeats. front of the BHS student body,so we
2 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 14. all the Tornadoes who have been BETS 37, Clay 11 had a great turnout for the match,
Three of the Tornadoes took fourth working hard all season, and the boys really enjoyed that and they
place in the individual competition.They especially these six outstanding The BHS grapplers were vic- did a great job." .
are: Jamie Carver Tommy athletes. torious over the Clay High Blue "Everyone who competed in this ,
match lived up to their expectations.
Their attitude was good and the From
whole team performed very well
overall," he said.
98-Pound data: Tommy Jones :4t
won by forfeit. 105-Pound Class:
Brad Green won by forfeit.
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112-Pound Class: Danny Hugheswon
by decision. Valentine'sDay ,
rI 119-Pound Class: Chuck Coburn
Y 1 l 4 / lost by decision. 129-Pound Class:
Sid Russel won by decision.
1 ;4r 132-Pound Class: Mike Elder lost by Februa

decision.138-Pound Class: Dennis Cumm- 14 : j : 7'
ings won by a fall. 145-Pound Class:
Jamie Carver won by decision. ___
155-Pound Class: Bruce Davis won r
by a fall. 187-Pound Class: Mike
Stillwell lost by decision. 185-Pound
and 220-Pound Classes: Tornadoes Sale Priceson

t forfeited. ,
Baker 44, BHS 29 Ir
14 K. Gold
BHS met 'a very tough team In
Baker County-Macclenny as they
fought hard, but lost the match by Charms
4429. Chains
All the Tornadoes performed well,
although victory eluded them. Earrings
Everyone turned in performancesthat
..- : were worthy of victory, but Rings
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from page I last season, and could have come A 22.11 third period lifted the BHS also won the first game with Multi-Mile Polyester Glass Belted
accurate at the free throw line when back this year with a losing attitude Bradford girls 64-48 over Orange Orange Park, 67-63.
North Marion was pressing the Tornadoes but they didn't, points out Coach Park last Thursday night, Feb. 6. Road Hazard Warranty
causing floor! mistakes and Slater. id'
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catching up. Thus I Mosley kept the BHS 13 9 14 14 50 Felicia Davis, scoring 10 of her 16 165-800-13 . 29.00: P165-80R-13 . 33.00 ,
Tornadoes in the ballgame when it N.Morton 7 12 4 23 44radlord points in the second half, led the Tornadoes BHS 13 10 .
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from the field. IO/I4/K, Jonklni 2.213.7. Dovli 4.I/I.0, Starling points in the second half, and Tonya lUddllh I P195-80B-14 . 30.00P20575B14 P195-75R-14 . 38.00
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North Marlom Barton 1-1/3.3. Coldw.1I7. .
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Tonya Jenkins also scored Stalling 1.1/2.11.Total 27.1020.44.Or.ng. .
this season.It Wllion Gordon 41/011 0.2/2.2.Pally ihlrlny D.1/2.1.10.2.'0'01.15 Manning 4.1/3.13.... 16 points, 12 and Ann Porfci, IthllKhmoti. 30*. II.man. I.D.2.lalolt : P225-75B-14 . 36.00 P225-75R-15 45.00 y
was the 13th BHS win against 4 Starling 11. Mosey had 6 rebounds, 4.I.1/13 1.t.Krouie Maloti| 70/114 I 0 1 Smith Wliltok.r 3.011.lot Wltt.nnouer .Total.- P215-75B-15 35.00 P235-75R-15 47.00 .:::
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/t.nl.p 7,.1..It. Moberly 101, Woulard. 1.1.. $. Robin Tornado passing routes. without drawing fouls.l1iddlebUl'g Cooper and Simon Mitchell each has 'I ears Front wheel drive vehicles and road-list Metallic parts moil extra American when required.cars ft trucks. I
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height advantage over the Tor- Tornado zone for layups. When Middleburg's Tony Jefferson also -i 10.95 4 HEAVY DUTY SHOCKS
59 BUS 45 nadoes, but were quicker and hit unable to penetrate, the Middleburg had 18 points. Glen Oliver had 14 and Most Cars & I
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mastery of the Tornado varsity five cent, bucketing 27 of 47 attempts. 10-15 foot jump shots, both from : .C I
with an easy 59-45 win Friday night BHS, however, could not hit from the side and around the key, with ac- BHS 12 14 4 15 45 :
Feb. 7.Middleburg. Mlddl borg 16 15 17 11 59 TIRES & SERVICE i
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using a half court press and, at any 10 4 14. Hurlhar 1 D/2..Tatoll 27//21.50. :
times, a full court press, to trap the BHS was down by four, 16-12, after Middle-burg.
Tornado players and cause floor the first period. At the half BUS was I Icrbie Cooper hit for 18 points, the -
mistakes. The press succeeded in down by five, 3126. But in the third only Tornado in double figures. I
totally disrupting the BHS five, who period Middleburg outscored BHS Cooper played above the Middleburgfive
had a hard time getting the ball up 174. The Middleburg players press. when he did got the ball inside HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTS :

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1986 tennis competition get under Returning from last season on the Donna Parado, the only senior, and MOVIE RENTALS
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match. Jason Brown, Jody Brown. Other Trish Para do, Cindy Samons, and 8 5
Challenge matches are currently boys our are senior Frank Long, Sol ma Norman. Any Day of the Week
being played to determine the juniors Pat Diggs and Ron Thomas, In the second match Feb. 26 the Worth
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BHS Lifters Snare 44-37 Victory Over UHS Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

., Located off 100 South towards Keystone take right on

The time. Look for the results In next Coburn 24th Street, follow signs or
BUS Tornado Lifters took (UHS benched 215 and 148.Pound Class: Brett Russell
home their first victory of the season week's Telegraph/ cleaned UO(; for 375 total; 2nd place- (BHS) benched 225 and cleaned 185 Call 964-7109 & We wD! assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30:
with a final score of 44-37 over the Sean Robertson (milS) benched 175 for a total of 410. 2nd placeJesse Fall Is For
Union County Tigers Wednesday, Placing... and tlonned 155 for a total of 330; 3rd Smith (UCHS) benched 175 and Planting... Winter Is, Too!
Feb 5The placeAnthony Howard (UCHS) cleaned 165 for a total of 340; 3rd Our Winter Stock Inventory includes....
Tigers beat Bradford the last 1H Pound Class: 1st pl.ur Brian benched 150 and cleaned 125 for a placeBB Rogers (UCHS) benched
Hires UCI1S bench 145 Azaleas, Dogwoods various holly.... and ihrubi. Juniper and more.
time the two teams met with a final ) pressed total of 275. 175 and cleaned 140 for a total of 315.
score of 4538.Bradford pounds and lifted 140 in the clean and It2.Pound Class: 1st place- Jeff 165'Pound Class: 1st placeOtis Available Now... Palo Stock' and standard' Anna Applet and Blueberries,we have
was much improved this jerk for a total of 285 pounds; 2nd McCIelLm (BUS) benched 185 and Miller (UCHS) benched 210 and them all,ready tar 86 yields and grapes galon. Don't'forget the Dgsl
time and worked hard for the win, place- Jimmy Bowers (UCHS) benched cleaned 155 for a total of 340; 2nd cleaned 215 for a total of 425; 2nd Our Gift Shop Is Now Open
complemented Head Tiger Coach 125 and cleaned 125 for 250 place Fred Jackson (UCHS) benched place-Thomas Webb(UCHS) benched Free estimates
on
landscaping maintenance Call Ben
Carlton total 3rd place Chuck Moieau 175 and cleaned Hlghtower it 164-7109
Faulk. 160 for
; a total of 230 and cleaned 190 for a total of .
And ..
The (BHS) benched 105 and cleaned 65 335 3rd Remember. .. "All Nature Sings of J'SUI"Show
match all
was tied up until the ; placeMike Spires (UCHS) 420; 3id place- Greg Wiggins (BHS)
middle weights competition when for 170 totil benched 170 and cleaned 150 for a benched 215 and cleaned 190 for a
BITS logged some first place performances 123.Pound Class: 1st place Chuck total of 320. total of 405
that made the difference 181.Pound Class: 1st place- Lonme
The Tornadoes are now 1.3 on the Hamilton (BHS) benched 260 and
season with several matches coming r WW r -V cleaned 245 for a total of 505; 2nd :
: up. r placeBilly Herald (BHS) benched /fs-\: : : Her
220 and cleaned 205 for a total of 425;
i Next Match... 3rd placeJimmy Tallman (UCHS)
I The Tornado lifters met Macclen- A benched 180 and Iceaned 180 for a You Care. .
I ny yesterday evening after pressH total I of 360 S
I 19S.Pound Class: 1st place-Clinton Take YourSWEETHEART
Jenkins (BHS) benched 240 and
i cleaned 210 for a total of 4r 0; 2nd
JV Boys place Scott Woodall (UCHS) benched
250 and cleaned 170 for a total of to
420; 3rd place- Gary Wise (BHS)
: i Playing Tough bombed 215 and cleaned 210 for a Sandra's
total of 425. Kountry KitchenU.S.
220.Pound Class: 1st place- Greg
"They are really playing ball right Model of the Week! Jackson (BITS) benched 300 and 301 South 964-4251
I now," says Coach Jay Godwin of the LISA MITCHELL cleaned 220 for a total of 520; 2nd FORBREAKFAST
hot Bradford High junior varsity placeShands Howard (UCHS) benched -
five which won two of three 260 and cleaned 220 for a totalof
games
'I i this week for a 9-8 season mark. "Ji': A 4110); 3rd place- Delrria Young OR BUFFET
1 .. ti, (UCHS) benched 215 and cleaned 170 '
: BUS 76Union 58 t t, ", for a total of 385.Heavvwelght Friday February 14

The Baby Tornadoes beat Union ". r..'b. : 1st place- Chaihe and get
Perry (UCHS) benched 360 and
: High 76.58 in Lake Butler Tuesday '. cleaned 270 for a total of 630 2nd
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around 20 Harold
points. Chandler bw of 525 3rd place- Brian Griffis Be Sure
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scored 19 points to lead BHS, Eugene to Bring This Ad With You
(UC11S) benched 235 and cleaned 185
: Bl>'e scored 18, Spencer Smith 16, for a total of 420. r I
and Rob Norman 12.

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season said Coach Godwin. Union (
:I used a press. BHS used a press off % $ "GOLD SALE" I,
I and on to maintain the 20 point (
margin. "We sped them up and forc- I
ed them to take some tough shots
they couldn't hit," said Coach God ,' Fashion Stop i r!

win.The JV five is "...going to be toughif Is Holding A $ A f (

everything works out," says Godwin ,
I. The only thing they need is to ( "Gold Trunk Sale"Friday
practice harder, the coach added. \ :.
The junior varsity also handed 1 : & Saturday OnlySPONSORED f
Middleburg a 54-32 loss and lost only : .. ;.
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.. I BHS 34 2; 25 31 87 ESPECIALLY FOR YOU t
QHS 27 23 25 27 19
: BHS scorings Norman 6-+,. 3-NO BY "Halo Wholesale Distributors"
Blye 9-", 3-WO Chandler 9-.,OJenkins !
3-+,7-60 Smith 8-+).8-N0 ROSS 3-+4> .

Totals 43-M,31-, ., Chains & Bracelets
QnionS Hill 3-+,. 6- Harrison 4-4-70 ,0.tit :
Taylor 21-4-410 O'Steen 8-+,. 3- 70 t .g/3\ ,
Highland 1-4,3-20. Henderson 4+-10 u'e; '
_ohen I-4-4, Totals 37+9-69. :": :JIAll .Also.Large. .4
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five underwent,evening its record at and Assorted Rings.
7-7 in Middleburg with a 54-32 vic .. VySA
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I the first quarter and up by two, ')yo' i
I 19-17, at the half But BHS outscored The great old sweatshirt, lakes on a new light 1 Lisa is wear .
I Middleburg 14-6 in the third
and 21-9 the fourth. period ing a high voltage color that produces a comfortable casual / 964-5772

Harold Chandler led BHS with 14 chic you won't want to week' 01 lid without. Her pants are

points, Spencer Smith had 11, and plaid with pockets on each side and belted waist The
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balanced scoring attack.
Shirt-14.99 Pant 1499
BHS 8 II 14 21 54 necklace 9.00
Middleburg 9 8 6 9 32 "
Brodlurd ...,In". Normon 3.3'4 t. 011! 401.
Chondl.r 7 Oil.14. itilth' .1/3.11. J.nkln. I 0 1Tololt PAYING HIGH PRICES!
14 t/11-54. Presi denfS
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top, AC, good condition, motorhome, 8 track 1966 CHEVY PICKUP: .tep.id 350 v8, 4 speed owner, like one
tape. $1995. Terwlllegar Motors, 9647200. trans $1888. Lake Chevy Olds, 9647500. at I locutions in the I .ran I e area Olds, 9647500.new $16,888. Must see. Lake Chevy

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buckets and console, two-tmie paint, low mile. Alpine stereo-cassette $1895. TerwillegarMotors 1979 CHEVETTE: AT, AC, one owner 48,335 top 4 speed, PS, only $8,788. Lake Chevy Olds,
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loaded, low miles, one owner, beautiful 1974 CADILLAC COUP DE VILLE: AT, AC, fully 1979 KAWASAKI KZlOOOSt: low mileage, loaded, 1974 PLYMOUTH DUSTER: gold, wide track tires,
machine, well-kept. $10,288. Lake Chevy-Olds, loaded. Luxury for less. $900. Terwillegar full package, good condition, $2095. Starke AT, nice Interior, stereo-cassette. $1295. Ter.
964.7500. Motors, 9647200. Suzuki 9646020. willegar Motors, 964.7200

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1981 KAWASAKI KZ440: 300 miles on motor, full wells. AM/FM stereo cassette, AC, AT $1195. 1978 FORD LTD: AT, AC, 4 door, AM radio, nice air, one owner. 29,000 miles. $5888. Lake Chevy
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
milted, WEBB) Now op.nl QIIQlllY FISHING BOAT 14 It., with 25 hp M.,.
to the Bradford County _._ u_______ __' ___ ladles, children's and men's clothe and Trailer
Telegraph office, in writing and paid, in cury motor Gator 609 Collins
advance unless credit is already BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES YARD SALES FOR SALE and accessories. Also featuring n'dlcrall. Place. 9646065. Itpd 2/13
..Call 964.7100.N. S'
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established with" this office, .
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 912. RCA 25" XL 100 Color TV remote, walnut 1/30 TF
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Household Items, lots of clothes, highchair cabinet. Reg. $749. Bal. $338 or$25 per MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER OWN YOUR OWN jean-Sportswear car teat. 708 lake Street, next to month. 17251997. 4tchg 2/27 A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WARDS
HondyWay. Itpd 2/13 JOHN DEERE 40 TRACTOR Run a plrture of your for .ol'\ .'*i In
THE TELEPHONE. ladies apparel, children, large size, 1960 mower 550 fully loaded $950 or best
MOVING SALE Inside House, Rain or planters, discs. Exc. cond. our FOR SALE BY OWNER Sectloi. For
Classified deadline is TUESDAY petite, combination tore, maternity 3000. Call offer Call 964.8290 after 9 p.m. Jtchg
NOON, prior to Thursday publication accessories Jordache, Chic Lee, L.vl.) Shin. 12 ft. fiberglass boat,3 hp motor 468.2060 eves 2/6 2tpd 2/13 Info call 9646305. 2/13.2/20

Minimum charge "is 15 words for$2.75, E Z Street, Itod. Esprit Tomboy Calvin and trailer; 19" color TV furniture, STUD COLTS 23 mos. old, green broken.
then. 10 cents for each word thereafter. Klein' Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, Lit books, curtains, pots, pans, clothes SE Also large pony mare In foal. 964-4367
Claiborne, Member* Only. Gasoline, Forsythe Rd. (llth St.) off SE 100. Friday Itpd 213FIREWOOD

CARS & TRUCKSMUST Healthtex, over 1000 others. $13,300 to 9.4 p.m. 9646550. Itchg 213A : seasoned oak. cut, split
$24,900 Inventory training fixtures, delivered, $75 per cord. 4734512. 2/13 M
SELL IMMEDIATELY 1982 Corvette, grand opening etc. Can open 15 days PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS 3tchg 227SEVERAL
loaded with extras. Beautiful car. Best Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 888-6555. Itpd 2/13 Run a picture of your for sale Item In ITEMS 6 mos. old queen-size
offer, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg 14 YR. ESTABLISHED well drilling our FOR SALE BV OWNER Section For water bed bought $400 moving must t

THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford royal blue all business for sale. Located 30 miles Info call 9646305. sell for $150; spray and vac machine,

white int., AC cruise, tilt steering, AT from Storke. Includes drill rigs, pump new $139, must sell for $40; push plow
with overdrive 47,000 orlg. miles. One hoist all tools and stock. Sacrified at LAND FOR SALEONE w/attochments $15. 964-8287. Itpd c/7'rwiflear

Owner Call 533.2403 after 6 p.m. TF 25000. Coll 481-2883. Hawthorne 2/13

1911 DATSUN 310 exc, cond., 4 speed 1/234tchg 2/13 LIVESTOCK Reg. Red Speckled Brahman
$3.300.964.8848 or 4733627. 1/9TF WE ARE LOOKING for a strong believerto ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road no bull calves. Also, 2 purebred Limousine' REALTYPHONE

1910 BUICK Skylark AT. PS. PB, Am/FM own our franchise Investment down payment $75 per mo. Call bulls, 1 two-year-old, one three-year- .
cassette, nice car. Take over pmts. Call 19500. Call Sylvia Wells at 9645606. 10/4 tfn old. All are show quality, J.l. --
468.2860 after 6 p.m. 1/23 TF 404-354.8004. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondaythru LOTS t ACREAGE 20 percent down, Gladwell 964.8613. Itpd 2/13 964.7776
1980 MONTE CARLO loaded exc. cond. Friday fcon 86.16 Ad 527 balance In five years financing by HORSES: Good, broke, family horses. m-
3000. Call 468-2060 eves. 2/6 2tpd OWN A LADIES or children fashion owners, 9646853. 12/13 tfn. Registered and grade. Will buy trade, 205 N, Temple, Starke

: 2/13 store Our 10-year-old company can ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. sell. Why not buy a horse you con ride CECELIA TERWILIEGAR
STUDEBAKERS: 1950 Studebaker truck help you open your own business. We 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call for a change? No lies or big built-ups,
and a 1949 Studebaker Truck. Both supply Inventory fixtures, training 9645606. 1/03 fin just plain good horses. Try us once
$750. 964-4009. Itpd 2/13 site evaluation and airfare. Famous ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY 2522 N. 301, Starke. 964-4986 after THANK YOU I

1965 MUSTANG 289 V.8 automatic excellent lines Include Calvin Klein Gloria ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 7:30. 2/13 2tpd 2/20
Byron Terwillegar Pr. Kiert Sundusadee
body 3000. .68.2889 after 6 Vanderbilt, lee, Evan Picone, Chic per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn SEVERAL ITEMS Dearborn LP Gas Bradford
p.m. Itpd 2/13 Levi Esprit 100' more Purchase price LOT IN CITYl 6000. Call 964-5764; after heater baby chest double bed w/mat- Hospital staff Father Gilbert Crosby of St. Marks

1977 PLYMOUTH: Brougham. 43,000 $14,100 to 24500. For more Informa 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tIn tress, mult! rug 1973 Dodge PU D200. Episcopal Church, Bill Dodd Anne Nelson and many,

original miles Very clean. 400 c.i. four tion call Ed Brandt 14052389358. THREE ACRES in city on Geiger Rd. Near typewriters. R.M. Hunt, 9645356. Itpd many close friends. My hospital room looked like a
I barrel. No rust or defects. Original Icon 86.25 Southside Elementary $7,500. 2/13
owner. 964 8662. 2/13 2tpd 2/20 $7.77 SHOE STORE Have your own storeIn 9645876. 1/23 TFPERSONAL NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. flower gardenthe cards, letters, calls and prayers are

1914 SCOTTSDALE 14.000 miles, like the Starke area. Absolute upfront Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great so very deeply appreci ted J am truly grateful to each of

new all options, fiberglass, topper 19 franchise fees Total merchandise Investment for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH you and may God richly bless you. Cecelia
from only $4950 to $7950. 135 W. Call St. 9646305.
mpg, 305 engine. 4734897. Itpd 2/13 SERVICESNEED
I Call or write with no obligation. Gerald MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa.
I Kogen ((904)) 737-4633. P.O. Box 23866. $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn SERVICE INTEGRITY GOLDEN RULE
A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS
: Jacksonville Fla. 32217. 2/13 2tpd 2/20 A TUTOR?: All subjects, K.8, Certified COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Starka
Run a picture of your for sale Item In NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A HOMEA
INTERESTED in establishing dealer for Teacher 533.2901 after 7 p.m. TF Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212.
FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For
our info call 964 6305. truck toppers both aluminum and CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free 11/24 tfnAMFMCASSETTE JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home in city with little
: established estimates Handy-Man F.nc. Co. RECORDER stereo
Well
with fiberglass.dealers throughout the southeast.company Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn with detachable speakers (jam box), yard to keep up. Appro 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 Ba,

REAL ESTATE Contact Robert Black 813-855-1552 or WANT TO DRINK Sears ...c. cond., originally cost $225 spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room

855.1880 or write: D8R SALES INC, THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS now $100. 782-3660 leave message TF skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to $49,000!

OUT OF STATE Home of Topkot Box 208 Oldsmor. WANT TO STOP WASHER* DRYER Sears Kenmore, large SASSY, CLASSY HIDEAWAY ON LAKE SAMPSON: super fishing
THAT'S OURS Both for$400. Phone 964-8399
Fla. 33551. 2/13 2tpd 2/20 capacity.
Alcoholics Ananymou.964.4IS0.964.6B9..964.6219. after 6 p.m. TF from your own dock. Like new custom .built 2 BR 2 Ba with
LAND FOR SALE Mountain land for sale
i by owner. $100 down owner financed HOMESFOR HALF PRICE! large flashing arrow signs fireplace, front and back wood-decks, 2 car garage with large

l 2 acre tracts, nearby 3,000 acre lake. pd thru 2/15 $289 complete! Lighted non-arrow workshop. Lake Sampson Is a 2000 acre lake 7 miles from

I 1'/. hours north of Atlanta near Ellijay. SALE GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, $269. Nonllghted $219. Free letters. Starke, 30 miles from Gainesville. Plenty of birds and deer.
etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, Warranty. Only few left. Can see locally -
I 1-404 276-2727 or 1-404-276-3668. 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Factory: 1.800.423.0163 anytime Serene retirement or second home.
86.26 WOODEN HOUSE:20x20 tin roof blocked
Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights fcan 86.27TOPSUN HANDSOME & PRIVATE} 4 BR, 2 Ba, brick, Country Club, lot
470 ALABAMA ACRES 166 cultivation up ready to move $500 431.1050 tfn
provides $6,500 annual income. REDUCED 3BR 2Ba CH/A, FP on 6 acres 4734973. 2/26 tfn SUNTANNING BEDS Now 478x310, paved driveway, :2 car garage, fireplace, range,
BULLDOZER to do bulldo..rwork. available. Top of the line reflector
Balance woodland. Marketable timber in city on Gelger Rd., near Southside Wanting DW central hi-fi blinds
refrig. & hot
Have 2 bulldozers & looking' for R/UVA Beds. Full sales, service and vac, system drapes plus
t Outbuilding. 1 mile river frontage. Elem. 68500. 9645876. 1/9TF work. 964-5606 782-3333. Ask for ports. Dealers and reps wanted Fla. tub. Assume mortgage of 550,000, .75'Y. interest. Owner will
Wildlife abundant. $176.500. United NEXT TO SOUTHSIDE ELEMi This
Mark. 8/8 tfn Watts 1800257TSUN. fcan 86-18 hold second
Farm Agency P.O. Box 755. Troy Ala. adorable 3BR 1 '/. Ba country home mortgage.
36081. 12055661870. Eves has just been remodeled for you. 12x18 PAINTING 1 REMODELING: quality work EXPORT ORDER CANCElLEDi 23 STUCCO ft STONE on SR WOE, approx. 1646 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba,
affordable For free buildings from
at an price. a remaining overseas
,, l 205-735-2442. fcan 86.21 kitchen, garage central heat on a corner estimate 964.8809. 10/10 TFchg order 1/3 to 1/2 off. I.e. 30x48 was CH/A, only 5 years old. If you qualify for FHA loan you can
LAND FOR SALE Mountain Lone for sale lot and PricedIn
water
I : w/clty sewer. SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines $6400. now $3200. Other sizes assume a $45,038 mortgage\ at 11 Vt %.
by owner. $100 down owner financed the upper 30's. Call today. 473.7541
relaid. Serving Bradford County for 10 available. Call 1-800-527-4323. fcan ENERGY EFFICIENT Brick A BR BR 1 '/ baths /
2 acre tracts, nearby 3,000 acre 'lake, or 4752597. 1/30 4tchg 2/20 : (one 14x20)), on >
Bradford Tank Service 86-13
1 'I, hours North of Atlanta near Elli BY OWNER 3/1 on private drive just out 964 years B121. 10/17 TFchg Septic SIGNS: deluxe flashing arrow signs acre, LR, DR.kitchen combo, den with fireplace. Well Insulated,

|jay, 1-404-276-2727 or 14042763668. of town. Wood stove, central heat and SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes $259. Complete $23 monthly. Factory Carrier heat pump, average utility bill of $60. Located SR 16E.
Icon 86.22 AC. nice 964.5997. 2/6 3tpd 2/20
very cleaned oiled and adjusted, $15. Used direct warranty Save $279. Delivered Reduced $42,000!
HOME OR MOBILE HOME LOTS Different BLOCK HOME 2BR one Both. 509 N.
locations In Homossassa Springs, $100 Church St. CH/A, carport shaded yard. sewing machines for sale. James without obligation for Inspection. Factory OWNER FINANCING: 615 N. Church St, CB 3 BR, 1 % Ba, ap
Toll Free 1.800.621.4302
Strickland Rd. and anytime
corner Morgan Hwy
down. Paved streets, central water Call 9646484. 2/6 4tpd 2/27 1705 ft. CH/A
16. Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF Signs l.T.D. fcan 86.20 prox. sq. large garage 157x105 lot fenced
$5,995 12'/,% for 12 THREE BEDROOM brick home, CH/A 2
starting years HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical SEVERAL ITEMS: two stoves, one gas, backyard. If you have $7,500, owner will hold 1st mortg. and
Henry Dingus, Lie. Real\ Estate Broker bath LR/DR fireplace, breakfastroom .
complete home one electric $25 each. Chest 'iof "
repair.Reasonable you pay balance in 20

904.623.4500.fcon 86.23 gameroom. 560 Glendale St. years.
Licensed drawers, $30. Coffee table, $20. End
9645468. 2/6 4tpd 2/27 rates. contractor. LAKE SAMP6Ot.OMt1W'J\ \ ffiMw1rtib8,0001'iMome i IjWdnBJ I
:
It Coll Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF table. $15. Tools. 9646362.. 2/13
425.--Trading Post In Waldo HOUSE bedroom FOR 1 bath SALE, on on stilts corner, Including'lot., 2 BAKER lP GAS INC.: Family owned and COUCH LOVES EAT and two tables:ColP lot, adjoining lot goes with" It. In all 130'on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2 Ii

restaurant home, laundromat .seawall central heat and air 35 miles operated. We strive to give better 964-8233 after 4 p.m Itchg 2/13 Ba, carpet, range refrig. Intl. all furniture purchase optional.

snack bar. 40 ac., RV hookup trailer south of Tallahassee. 70000. prices and service. We solicit USED FURNITURE vacuum cleaners, antiques SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE- are proud to
customers who own tanks We sell and much more BROWNS USED
park Good gross 90..372.1560.904.926.7029. fcan 86.14 offer a handsome brick aid cedar home 37 Vj 4 BR
rent tanks and cylinders. We fill FURNITURE 110 E. Call St. 2/13 4tchg on acres ,
'1421--4BR 2 Ba, block on canal access LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to '
cylinders at our dock for $20. OPEN 3/6 2'Ba plus nice barn. $144,445.
choose from. Send for FREE
Santa
to Fe Lake.
Privacy plus.Many
nice features BROCHURE. Honest Abe Log Homes, Mon-Fri 8:45-6:30: : Sot 8453.: 4 TIRES AND WHEELS 12.50x15 radial BRICK DUPLEX on Epperson St.; Now rented, positive cash
1-8006352371 259.6812 2596810. tires on aluminum wheels, fits F-150 4
'403--(2)( ) lac. lakeview homesites. Route 1. Box 84CF Moss Tenn. 38575. 1/231tchg 2/13 or wheel drive. Like new $350.9646822.Irchg flow good assumable mortgage. Owner will take 2nd mort. for

Assume mortgage. TWO 18002313695.BEDROOM house 86.24 for sale WILL PROVIDE room and board for elderly 213THREEWHEELER good client. 50000.

f127--3BR. 1'/ both brick on 5 ac. owner 9644908. 2/13 2tpd 2/20 by person. 964.7138.2/6 3tpd 2/20 : 1985 ATC 250 SX AT. 5 COUNTRY LIVING/!! CB. '3 B$,>2 Ba on .86 acre range ref rig,
barn fenced. Priced right. SISTER SOPHIE reader and advisor speed 4 stroke, reverse shaft drive
RAYLENE ,
wf lfViiomev
19.7 DW remain Avistorage/
ACRES WITH 3 BR. 2 bath DW. bldg. & tractor. 49600.
J426--20 with 400 and electric start $1100. 782-3660
of
acres pecan trees on all problems life. One visit .
older country home, 69500. Owner eves CH/A and out weekend buildings. $59.000.964.514 will convince you of your problems. leave message, nc WALK TO tVEim.Hl.NG; ).Center St., 3 BR, 2 Ba 24300.

financed, with $20,000 down. Call for oppt. 301 N.7B2.3125.ltpd 2/13 6-PIECE LIVING ROOM SET plus two 533 PRATT jStijSf BRC J'Ba: $18000.

4422--S Ac., older home newly paved WILL BABYSIT In my home. Infants to lamps. Wood with rust print like new ''J'jTV?**:'* '* *
road pecan & fruit trees. Lowdown WANTED schoolers. Part-time or full time.References $400.964.5615. Itpd 2/13 J"'"i't YENINGS
and reasonable rotes. Call .
(M28--5 paymenr..60 ac. with brick home, two 964.5647..ltpd 2/13 CORVETTE ENGINE:350 4.bolt, overhauled BILL DODD 964.7408 *"'b" IRVING CLARK, JR. 964-7188

other spaces now renting room for CHARLOTTE'S WEBB: Now taking consignment to factory new condition Complete- JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593
FOR SALE -fan to trans, on test stand Can Start '
Items. Clothing Toys
more mobile spaces. 40000. NOVIS WARD 964.7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408
Handcrafts New and Used Items. 138 up. 964 8662. 2/13 2tpd 2/20
SEVERAL ITEMS: Sears riding mower 8 RANDY CORY 475-2597
N. Water St. Call 964-7100 964-5732
Ask about our farms, residential 964.8569. 1/9TF CAMPER 1978: 35' fifth.wheel, American hp 30" cut alternator equipped electric

listings and commercial property and Infants clothes Traveler with, 20 ft. awning fully self- start, new battery and blade, In excellent .
We also have bank WANTED Children's N ..'.. '.I. Q' a,,.>, 'r,... ..
repo properties. toys, furniture and misc. items. Call contained price neg. 5332411.. Call condition. Sears 36" Aerator :. J"p
2-room space for rent utilities Included after 6 p.m 5/16 tfnBRADFORD catalog price $129 Included free. Price /
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Charlotte's Webb 9647100. 138 N. .
JIt.l.t, .,' ,.
at $395 month. LIMEROCK
a firm at $595.961.7518. Itpd 213A
Water St. Eves call 964.5732 or .
SALES FULL TIME NOW
Bltl N.I.mpleA..e 9648569. 1/30TF Llmerock t Fill Dirt PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: ,
Sta'..., Fl 336 I PERSON TO SHARE large home in country 20 yd. semi-loads only Run a picture of your for sale item in '"" }!;ItV.Cf'CONTHACTSHOUSE :
$200 per month plus /t utilities.964.4367.ltpd our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For
STROUT 213A Phone 712-3172 5/23tfchg Info call 964 6305. WIRING SOLAR SYSTEMS
g REALTY STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at p d; CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
Doublewide Home Center located
PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS c'
INCOHPOKATIOOKI Run a picture of your for sale Item In North on 301 Lawtey. Fla. (this Is not 1 > j' FREE ESTIMATES
!
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg w'p.SeP'1ve Ort'All Home Appliances Air rondilioneriiREFRIGERAT.ON
964.1931 473-309 Info call 9646305. FOR SALE: Store bought furniture! for .-' ..' ,
sale at Olin Home Center located on FLORILAND C < IIANK LOTT- DONNIE LOTTlTe5tPlirapJSp"ecia
Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer .
state Licensed
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg REALTY ists 468-2517
BARGAINS FROM fjLJ Sn.9s PALOMINO FILLY: AQHA Reg.Adorable. Commercial"
6 old. : 964-7700 Refrigeration 468-1051
Kitchen a mos. $500. >4.4402 9647138.
The Bargain Center J Lavatory Faucets 12/26TF 1M N. t.mpl. A... Dependable Service .. 468-1211j
$1.,95 AKC TOY POODLES far'stud: 964-4238.. V..lo f. Odon B.ok.r GUI .__
ces4
*e.._ t. > Pipe Insulation Weatherstrlpplng ML Ji 1/23TF 10, Thornton AtMKlatoCoid .

"** ** 3" PVC Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire BAHIA HAY: large rolls, 'new cut $25. ; W""d St ve F >i Sale

Well Pumps $79 ft. 496.3050 after 5 p.m. 2/6 6tpd 3/13 'In City 3BR 2 full baths, brick .
$17.95250'F .
From $139.95 e II $6.50 per roll MICROWAVE OVEN: Tappan, new 1986 home; shaped LR and family roam HOMES

Mobile Home Supplies 0 LlghlpoUs 0 Cabinets! Electrical I Plumbing Supplies 0 model family size oven Left In step saver kitchen 2.39 acres. coctorl. rmf---
layaway still In box w/5 yr. Lots, Graham area owner financ t "'a 10% Off

SCm"' BARGAIN CENTER INC. ? guarantee 1-725-1997.Bal $238 4tchg or 2/27$19 per month. ing. 1 Acre up. BEAUTIFUL ray i Custom Built
"" oS Acres, 476' on 301 South.
10.000 Miscellaneous Items and Salvage "'" - -- Insulated Windows
9 Lots, zoned for trailers, '/ acre to

Lee & Willie Mae 964.6679 Hwy 301 South Starke | FILL DIRT | I 1V4 ocr., owner financed $500 Installed.

down OF NORTH. _. .
| Call Anytime j Union County: land with paved roadon --=,-_.: =====.
2 sides, 20 minutes from
I t Hampton I Tilt-In For
Gainesville. Owner financing. FLORIDA

Roberts Real Estate I t 468-1455 I Commercial. Building..Call fordetails. CleaningCarpet

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986 N, Temple Av*. Starke, FL \

964-6262 964.6766



PRICE REDUCED 40 of Starke Tim's Custom Cabinets '
acre Farm NW pecan groves,

2 BR frame house, CH&A, outbuildings and many extras. ,. 1"\ II'' 215 E. Call St.

JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. New Construction Remodeling ..JIIt( I I iI i Starke, Fla.

Central heat and air carport. $49,500. Cabinets *Tile Ceilings

COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall l

plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.Call *Mobil Home Underpinning (Skirting) i ; _

for details In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone An
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$41195 i
640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly Free Estimates scoichzarl

growing area of Clay county Priced to sell at less that Call Tim Thompson Gleaning "S 14 I,
'II ), .
$1200.00 per acrell.eWATERFRONT ? .?! .

150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin I 964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

Lake. Summer all the lake.
cottage with rooms overlooking

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

MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out .,tol.llz8 i I. oUatilnf aid r.Jy.l g tf. wall to will arid, furniture

buildings including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of Plumbing Supplies From eUaniiif and lasUa auto toMKtf.W* .H.r bids on ..mm.r.I.I"Rtr..Ia.

possibilities Durrance Quality ..rk at low, low ,rI.... cu.l| .. to mak an aiiolHlmtiit.

Pump & Suppl Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge!' Free Advice

COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE |[ We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed .. o a._ ?er Call 964.4997 0 MeeAwefItertearesYere'
George W, Roberts. Jr. Broker
US 301 North 8U N. Temple Ave.. Stork. 964706 4MMHitrs Cteek T*.e. .*t*. .h .lees the.* leek .
Terry A. Gaines, CSM. Salesman "'Wq. .. ...:. .CkieAer ., CeweerM

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( Starke Ads Cont.... .1 ( Union County Ads 1

MOBILE HOMES
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR RENT

-- --- -. -. .. FOR SALE WANTEDI NOTICE
FULL-TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE: HAIRDRESSERi, experienced. Needed to BEDROOM In large home near Hampton. .--'-

Owens Scholarship, Inc ovoiloblel' ERA Tiffin end fill full-time position for hairdresser $125 per month Incl. utilities and kitchen IS USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on I pick up and pay cash for unwonted non- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
St. 964.5065 7/4 Reoltor tin 221 W. loyfovette who has large following and ,Is leavingthe privileges. 4682515. 12/26TF one or all. Olln's Mobile Home Sales working unstripped, color TV sets and to the Union County Times office
TYPISTS $500 area Looking Gloss Styling Center NICE ROOM: private both 9646035. 904.964.5606 6/6 nehg stereos. Call 496-2298. betweem 6 18 In writing and paid In advance
P.O. Box: w..kly ot horn.. Writ 964-4247. All applications are confidential 1/6TF 1971 12x40 Guerdon Statler. 2BR, bath, P.M. 2/6 2lpd. 2/13 unless credit I I. already establishedwith
975
EXPERIENCED Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF and references or. required. COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now very good condition, clean unfurnished this office.
needed NURSING ASSISTANTS, 2/13 3tpd 227HAIRSTYLIST available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 ft. $5.500. 9647512. 10/3 TF INSURANCEMAINES THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
at Whispering Pines Care NEEDED Must be experienced ceilings, lights, reduced 24x45
: power new OW on 3 acres 3BR, 2Bo CH/A. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
C.nl.r.I2/5TF' Call Susan Cook at 964-6220. Fla. licensed good and rotes 964.8848. I/9TF 29500. Phone 964.8399. TF 160 S. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
AGENCY
fast. Full-time. Hairplanes, 9644645. ROOMS FOR RENTi Magnolia Hoi!, $8 SUWANNEE flA. Need a complete INSURANCE THE TELEPHONE.
GOVERNMENT JOBS, i6.040 Idchg 2/13 per night. From$35 per week. Discount change* Fish off your own dock. lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY
S59,230/yr. Now hiring. Call offered for longer term. Apply In per Deluxe 2BR 1 /, bo, huge screen Complete Insurance Service, tfnMOTORCYCLES NOON prior to Thursday publication.
1.805.687.6000) ..t. R-5504 for current FOR RENT son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St across porch, 2 landscaped lots with Minimum charge 1S words for$2.75
f.d.rollist.
1/9 stpd 2/27 from Post Office. TF underground sprinkler system 17 ft. th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter
EXCELLENT INCOME for parl-tlm. horn FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath In city. First Wellcraft w/I IS hp Mariner motor, 19"
assembly work. For Info call MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: plus $125 sec dep. $325 per month Zenith color TV w/cable. Even 8 hp
504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 1/30 4tpd 2/20 Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. 964-6365 or 961.6819.2/6 2tpd 2/13 Snapper riding mower. All need to 1911 Suzuki SSO Less than 9,000 miles.
SALES POSITION: must have sales ex Recreational vehicles welcome, Phone MOBILE HOME: 2 BR, 2 Ba, 14 wide, un move in today Is clothes groceries you and New battery good condition. Call REAL ESTATE
perience. Call 9645606. I/30TF 964-7498. 9/16 tfn furnished on 1 '/ acre In Theresso. Call money $70,000 net. 3 minutes to 431.1652. Itchg. 2/13 OUT OF AREA
SEMI DRIVER TRAINING: Earn big bucks., EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart 964-5038.2/6TF fishing in Gulf 904-542-7346 or
drive big truck.. DOT certification. ments. Electricity Included low weekly NEWLY DECORATED MH 2 BR, furnished 904.378.6071. No collect calls, please LAND FOR SALE
Local and national job placement monthly rates Palms Apartments, AC, nice yard and trees 21st St. > 1/9TF LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
assistance1. Correspondence/resident 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn Meng Dairy Rd. 1 child Max. $225 per 1966 MOBILE HOME: good shape. 3BR PERTY III I don't have It, III find It- Just
7 with 2 fish miles
training. Eligible Institution for federal NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 month plus deposit 9646714. 2tchg 52.500.964.8484. 1/9TF acres ponds 21/2 east ask JANE S. USHER REALTOR.
old. GSl. Call 1-800.251-'X)42.' UNITED BA opt For more Information call Lake 2/13 FOUR USED MOBILE HOMES, all 4 for of Lake Butler on SR-100. Includes 198211'x61' 496-2126 or 496-3903. eves. "YOUR
mobile home 10'x40'
TRUCK MASTER. Resident training Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity FRAME HOUSE: 2 BR. 1 bath Hampton $5,000 or buy just one at low low 20'x20' addition UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
Tampa Flo. fcan 86.28 Housing 6/7 tfnchg Lake. $200 per month. Call 468-2060 price 964.8877. 2/6 2tchg 2/13 and Call carport 496-394, plus. large out. Home or mobile home lots Different
2/13
SALES HELP WANTED: Earn $50,000 plus 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No eves 2/6 2tpd 2/13 21x70 MOBILE HOME for sale In city. 5 building. Itpd. locations In Homosassa Springs $100
selling fundraising product. to schools, pets, $190 a month plus deposit Call TWO BEDROOM mobile home for rent. BR, CH/AC, 31' porch. Complete kit. FOR RENT down. Paved streets, central water,
churches etc. Exclusive distributor. 468-1323.10/3 TF Adults only. No Inside pets. 964-8614 chen good location. $3.000 down, starting $5.995, 12 1/2 percent for 12
ship. Unlimited financing, 33% profit LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concrete or 961.7619.2/13TF owner finance Call 9644060. 2/13 years Henry Dingus. Lie. Real Estate
three months vacation documented patio water furnished, close to prison THREE BEDROOMS: 2 full baths CH/A, 2tpd 2/20 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR Broker 1(904)6284500.( ) It 2/6
earnings Call Michael at $95/mo. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF water furnished. Quiet neighborhood.Call TWO MOBILE HOMES, all electric top RENT Union CountyTimes. 150
14043733800. icon 86.19 TWO BEDROOM: 1 bath house In town. 9647402. Itpd 2/13 shape, deck patio, front and rear Main Street, Lake Butler. Phone FOR SALE
GOSS COMMUNITY OFFSET web workIng Call 904-437-3308 between 8.30-5:30: TWO BEDROOM trailer with roof overtop storage sheds, skirted carport and 496.2261 for Information tin
pressroom supervisor. Experienced Mon-Frl. 11/28TF and 3 bedroom house. 1st and last. awnings. One 14x56, 2BR. 1'/. bath In On., two. and three bedroom mobile
good benefits. Central Florida loca NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished 1BR 4681175. Itpd 2/13 small pork One 12x60 2BR, 1 bath homes. All electric central heat and Dining Table, with leaf and six chairs.
tlon. S.nd resume to Citrus Publishing apartments with kitchens, located nextto RENTALS AVAILABLE: $ISO per month overlooking lake In Lake Geneva. Best air, cable TV. Basketball and Walnut finish. Lighted wall unlt-3 sec
Inc.. P.O. Box 1899, Inverness, Fla Tenneco station In downtown and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- offer one or both. 4732298. 2/13 3tpd playground. Pines Call 496-2366. .. Must see to appreciate. Call
32650. (can 86.17 Starke. $50.$75 per week. Call Owner at 964-5065 or 964.4048 TF SRI21 Lake Butler 1/9 tfn/chg. 4963206. after 6 P.M. It. 2/6
SALES POSITION: Must have sales ex 964-5139 days or 964-6566 eves. 12/STF CLEAN MOBILE HOMES I for rent. On LOSTFOUNDLOST Six room house, with swimming pool. Two refrigerators, $75 each. Call
p.rl.nc. Call 9645606. Olin. Mobile TWO LARGE 2-room kitchenette: utilities Highway 16 W. Close to prison Near Lake Butler, reasonble rates, nice 496-3717. 1/30 Hn
Homes TF furnished. Underwood Motel '/ 964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg location. Coll 4963018. 1/9 tfn/chg. Gas Range Complete with cylinders, LP
miles North of Starke. 12/19TF THREE BEDROOM: 1 both block home. RED MARE HORSE mane clipped Rental Space for Mobile Home All Gas, regualtors and copper tubing.
$3SO/mo. Edwards Rd. (IOOA)). back hoof old and split. If found call hookups close to school and Call 496-3737 1/30 tfn
III 964-5606.11/21 TF Jail House In Stark. 8/8 tfn everything, city utilities. Call 496-3737. Purebreed Bloodhound pups Contact
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT All hook-ups $1,000 REWARD, for arrest and conviction 1/30 tfn Sport Davis at 462-1171. Itfr. 2/13
D & S ServicePortable available Temple Motel 964-7357. of person who took Mercury Office and Warehouse space located In Color TV 19-Inch, Quasar. $100. Call
Welding 12/12TF motor off boat In porch. Serial No. Union County Times Building at 150 4962613. Itchg. 213HOMES
PARK RENTAL 26 ft. trailer By the 652316. Name anonymous. CallSheriff's West Main. Call 496-2261, for more In
on All Types Welding month. 1 or 2 adults only. No pets LOST Dept or 9644465. Itpd 2/6 formation. It 213PERSONAL
Deposit required. Starke KOA Kom- BEAGLE wearing collar. Lost at
pground, Hwy 301 S. 964.8484. 1/9TF Camp Blending Reward offered. Call SERVICESSeptic
Specialize in Stainless CABIN IN KEYSTONE AREA for couple or Ronald Starling 964.4908. Itpd 2/13 Government Homes from $1 (U repair).
single person. Lease required REWARD Men's antique gold wedding Also delinquent tax property Call
& Aluminum Welding 473.2157.1/23 4tpd 2/13 band. Lost 2/1/86 in Starke, possibly Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks-. (805)687-6000( ) Ext. OH-1136forlnfor
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath with large glass Morgan Rd. vicinity. 9646867. Itpd New septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations motion 2/138tpd. 4/3
porch overlooking lake Santa F. with 911re0eS and pump out tanks. After 7
Call 964-4060 dock and boot lift. Lease required. _* A.M., Call 275.2268, After 7 P.M., Call
$450 per month. Call 473-2157. 1/23 I II | 2752197. tfnchg. 1/23 475-21. 473.4384GVIIIeArea
4tpd 2/13 HAROLD WATERS, JR. Tractor Work Plowing, mowing and 173.3146a

TWO BEDROOM furnished apt., $200 per I Mos'y&C"le'eW'lIk'" I II disking Experienced and reasonable.Bill .
month $75 ALSO, Arnold, Call 4963135. 1/30 6tpd. ENOUGH PIECES FOR
plus deposit.
security
loy 'u's, f >u"dn'< s. d.'vownyj
ONE BEDROOM furnished apt., $160 I bu k cods o h .kF.b"kw '.k I 3/6 SPLIT WOOD FENCE
per month plus $75 security deposit. ,. 4/32348 j jBETTER A rox 60.80' I x 8' hEL
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r Lights and hot water Includ.d. No pets. u_.' 30' t'? BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESOwn ,
9648071. Itpd 2/13 - - '
CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONER: fully Hwy 100 Keystone Hgt.
month. Free Installation a ladles or chlldrens fashion store.
automatic, $18.90 per
limited offer 964-7638 or Our 10 year-old company can help you
964.6841.ltpd 2/13 open your own business. We supply inventory

rn I 964-5065 r. TWO furnished.BEDROOM Call HOUSE 9644060.for rent 2/13: kitchen 2tpd BUSINESS and, fixtures airfare.,Famous training lines site evaluation Include Shop & Compare 11 I

+' R1r 2/20 CARDS Calvin Klein, Gloria Vanderbilt Lee, Special Insurance for
m'M FURNISHED: 2 bedroom MH week or Evan Plcone, Chic, Levi, Esplrlt 100'smore. Mobile Home Parks
REALTOR month. Efficiencies, 1 BR weekly Jo-Lu From $13.95 for 500 Cards Purchase price 14.000 to All types of homeowners
r hot'ars'h' Motel and MH Park, 964.8810. Itpd 2/13 Lowest Prices-All Styles $24,500. For more Information call Ed policies for
TWO BR TRAILER: on private lot. Just Raised Print Lettering Brandt. 14052389358.( ) It 2/13 mobile homes

OUR,PROFESSIONAL; TEAM WILL SERVE>YOU!
i I.M no children. $250/mo $100 sec dep. Free Delivery Olin's Mobile
9645739. 2/13 2tpd 2/20 Call Jacksonville
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of SR.100 FOR RENT OR SALE, Like new 3 BR. 1 Government Jobs $16.040-$59.230/yr. Home Sales
bath block house on 2.6 acres. ((904)641-8345, ext. 97 Now hiring. Call 1(805J687.( ) ('()()(). Ext.
964-5443. 2/13TF R-1136 for current federal list. 2/13
8tpd. 4/3 Elaine M. Olin Agent

RESIDENTIAL Classified Ads 964.5606 .

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*EASY EASY EASY TO OWN I This very special. l ;h'ome'close ta'the COlir* VACUUM I'll 3'pd J'JOUJTtffli

TRY CLUB AND MORE Fieldstone fireplace, fenced backyard spacious -2 BR 2Be home In the country.
family room, on approx. '/ acre.This lovely home could be ell your. CALL 29900. SALE

TODAY : 'd 1 t M 5-. JUST REDUCED from $24.000: 4.87
acres with well septic, and 35 ft. NEW & USEDWe LAVERN H. OUTLAW
pool. $16,500.HOUSEl
s 'O' ., U MOVE Make offer. Finance Our Own Broker
*GREAT INCOME PROPERTY with owner flnon lng,2. trailers' on Fire' Lone I, -1.B ACRES: with older home, KIRBYS Res. 964-5478
*
both only $43,500. Good terms. beautiful pecan trees, $48,000. ROYALS REALTOR-
*3/l ON '.5 ACRES good location In Green Belts $39.900. J- J i -I.' ACRES 12x60 MH 15000. EUREKAS
*CR 225 S. FARMETTE 1843 .q. ft., 3 bedroom 2.bgthCFIAwitifarg.brickfireplace ,,::; ( -15 ACRES Older home and DW HOOVERS "' Associates

large modern kitchen large formal dining* : S' living room! large! barn mobile home 47500. ELECTROLUX DAVID L. DODGE, MSA
setting on 1'% acres. p 1 -11.' ACRES: 1 Well 3 septic tanks, FILTER QUEENS 964-4522 Designated Appraiser
MOTIVATED SELLER price reduction In Lawtey area. 9.74 acre farm tented pond, pole barn. $33.500 SEARS
and cross fenced featuring large 2091 sq. ft. brick veneer CH/A modern kitchen -S ACRES $12,500. 10 ACRES COMMERCIALWe STARKE. FL. Res. 964-5370
and appliance. Large brick fireplace, formal !!v.lngand: ,dining! room 25000. Excellent Terms repair all makes South 30i Plaza KAY C. WATERS OPAL DICKSON

large Fla. room. r' .. -4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. Re,. 964-6941 R... 964-7333
SPACE GALORE 2750 iq. ft. family room 4 b.drbam,3, \bain/Florida... t '. room -S Ac.i Paved frntg. 12500. AI Young'sSince Open Mon. thru Sol
of Starke. Low $90s. ':30 a.m to 5:30 p.m.Appraisals.
3/4 acre In nicest section 2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned Business
*PRIVACY GALOREi 5 acres with your very own cypress Jence.. nice( .;3 'R. 2 commercial $65,000.SO 1957 for Residence- Farm Commercial -
bath brick veneer FP, decks, many extras Ac.SO.OOO.. 964-6918 S Your Full Service Real Estate Olflc.-

*DEERWOOD lovely 3 BR, 2 bath, has FP privacy. lence, patio triple garage, (904))782-3931 .AFFORDABLE LIVING) This neat and clean 2 BR, I bath Is In a quiet
stucco. P.O. Drawer M 3 Miles north of neighborhood minutes from town. Only $24,900.
*CONVENIENT LOCATION! 2 Immaculate homes, buy one. or two. Priced In the 301 S.lawtey Starke on US 301 *COUNTRY CLUB AREA) brick 3 BR, 2 bath eat-In kitchen, LR, Family room sun
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$40s. porch. large lot. Owner anxious.
*IMAGINE 1674 sq. It. living area with garage, utility and porch on 2 cleared .SOUTHGATE AREA) Beautiful contemporary 3 BR. 2 bath, chain link fenced.
acres. Only 55000. Priced to sell for only $52,900.
*INVESTORS DEVELOPERS) This development already has a paved rood and
WATERFRONT ". Mobile Home Roofovers Call Collect adjoins the city limits. Price reduced for quick sole. Owner linanced.

*NOW IS THE TIME to let us show you our waterfront properties,lots, houses, and Insulates *FOR RENT) 3BR 1 ba in city, good neighborhood. Farm Home, 3 BR, 2 both.
etc. Several to choose from. Protects 10% OFF CAREFREE LIVING In this spacious 3BR 3 bo brick home on beautiful Hampton
lake. Features LR, formal DR. family room with fireplace, eat-in kitchen, 2-car
BUILDING LOTS "* garage, dock w/pavilion, boathouse w/boot lilt. Many other amenities. Owner

TWO NICE BUILDING LOTS In city aTIIJJ ern lIB- tEl FinancingAvailable linanced
*HOMESITE! rural subdivision convenient to State Prl.on and Starke. ITt t : UIlt *COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE: but convenient to city. You can have up to 29
*COUNTRY CLUB LIVING When you build on these large wooded !lots near the uDl SD.I..l. beautiful acres with this beautiful spacious 3 BR 2 Vt bath home with many, many
golf course. Price before you buy anywhere,.1... amenities ABSOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN TO BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.
*COMMERCIAL OR RETAIL on S. Walnut St. with 2 apartments that are rented.
COMMERCIAL.COMMERCIAL *M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage Only 17500.
DREAM 20,000 car pass this 1% acre site on US 301 every *4 ACRES HIGH B DRY) lots ol trees, close to Sampson Lake Great for mobile

day! Bounded by roads on 3 sides, perfect for roadside or transportation home $14.000.
Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL
business. FIVE ACRES on 100 West, Only 12500.
RESIDENTIAL INVESTMENT buy this single family rental. Income stream Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA *AVAILABLE) for rent lease or sale, 3/2 on 2 acres, CH/A. w/llreplace. Near

reliable, under $20,000. Insulated FSP and Lawtey Correctional.
Storm
*LAKE BUTLER COMMERCIAL LOT zoned multifamily 6 units,has exciting large or 215 E. Call Street *LAKEWOOD AREA, Executive home In an exclusive area with access to Crosby
frame house ready to be developed. Windows Starke. Fla. 964-6766 Lake Quality construction throughout. 4 bedroom 2 bath with many, many
*UNRECORDED PLAT on Lake Butler zoned multifamily 28 units all engineerIng amenities.
has been done. Needs developer Call Bob Mathews for details 10 ACRES 20 ACRES and 25 ACRES) all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hayor
grating. Hwy. 325 S. ol Hampton.
Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 3 parcels to choose from.
Sales Manage-Evenings 4-4041 CYPRESS MULCH S ACRE MINI-FARM: Land In pasture, 3BR, 2Ba, super kitchen $71,900.
REALTOR ASSOCIATES *CROSBY LAKE INLET) Canal to Crosby lake, large DW mobile home 3/2 new

Ir.neL. Faulkner ''''.5142 double.pane windows, owner financed 34500.
Susanne Kitchens ''''-7630 Bob Matthews ''''..7211Lou & PINE BARK *4 BEDROOM) fenced yard. In town only $32,900.
Young 944 7525 Lee Hardenbroak M4 4327 BRING ON THE HORSES I CATTLE, 49 acres with house on highway. Priced right

* You pick- or We deliver with excellent terms.
LEE HARDENBROOK.APPRAISALS Up FOREST HEIGHTS) on 16 West, Vt acre building lots, owner financed
''''.'527 Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. & Flume Rd. Owner financed
ACRES 3/2. eat-In kit., great room, carport owner fin. 51500.
* + lANDSCAPING IN CITY ON 2 )
CROSSTIES fOR
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES) 15 lots corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. 1
Rd. Adjoins Lou-Ann Nursery. 1 Lot Oak laden with lake view
Rentals Available to 3 acres Forsyfh
Coral Werner.REALTOR ASSOC. 964-6649 We Invite Inquiries' On Our Other PropertfeaThfnkingoJBuyingorSellingCall
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1 Obituaries .. .
Keystone Heights Ads '


NOTICE PERSONAL SERVICES LAND FOR SALE Kenneth J. Boddie direction of Haile Funeral Home of liciating. Burial was in Kingsley
Starke. Lake under the directionof
Cemetery
Mr. Kenneth Joel Boddie, 28 of
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake $13,500. Jones Funeral Home.
CARPENTER WORKS Remodeling work Keystone Heights, died Wednesday
muted to the take Region Monitor of. Owner will finance. $164 per month. Feb. C. toy McKinneyMr.
kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. 5, in University
Hospital
lice in and paid in advance 473-4367 12/6 Donald C. Wallace
writing Reasonable prices. Coll 473-4018 after tfnchg. Jacksonville, following an accident. Coatsie Roy McKinney, 77, of
unless credit .Is already established 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tlnchg LAKE LOT Deer Springs Lake, 70 ftlak.front Born in Panama City on Dec. 14, Hampton Lake, died Saturday, Feb. Mr. Donald Clifford Wallace 71,of
with this olfice.MONITOR 190 ft. deep. Call
BE HELD CARPET AND VINYL: Repairs and In..Iallation. 1957, Mr. Boddie moved to Keystone 8 in Bradford Hospital following an Keystone Heights, died SaturdaYi
STAFF CANNOT
904.268.4843 after 5 1/30 tfnchg
FOR MISTAKES IN ., Free estimates. Ten years p.m. wooded 11 years ago from Jacksonville. He extended illness. Feb. 8 in Alachua
RESPONSIBLE ESTATES
KEYSTONE CLUB Nicely
Call 473.4217 and ask for Born 16 1908 in Starke Mr. of Gainesville sudden il
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER experience. 1/3 acre. Ready to build on. Reduced was a steel fabricator with Trinity July following a
THE TELEPHONE. Craig. 5/17 tfnchg to $4200. Call 4752598. 3tpd Steel in Palatka, a veteran of the McKinney moved to Hampton Lake lness.
Classified deadline I Is Tuesday noon PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt 1/30-2/13 U.S. Army, and a Baptist. two years ago. He was a retired Born in Royal Oak, Mich., on June
prior to Thursday publication. mildew peeling paint from hornet, Survivors include his mother, farmer. 21, 1914, Mr. Wallace moved to
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick. Hazel Norton and step-father Joe Survivors Include four sisters, Keystone 28 years ago from
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. 473.2452.3tchg 2/6.20 Harold, both of Keystone; father, Mrs. Lula Slade of Hampton Lake, Jacksonville. He was a member of
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Mon-Frl MOBILE HOMES Ben F. Boddie of Jacksonville Mrs. Pearl Thomas of Lake Butler Melrose Masonic Lodge 89,
FOR RENT 76.March Infants 1. Make and reservations school age now.starting Call sister, Laura Bean of Clewiston;; Mrs. Eunice Wilson of Starke andMrs Keystone Hts. Shrine Club member .

I Debbie Slngletary days-786-5396 3 LOTS 2 BR 2 BA CHI AC. partially fur. four brothers, Larry and Greg bothof Edna Prevatt of Silver Springs. and chief of The Keystone Kops,
: BEAUTIFUL 2 BR on lake. Great room after 6304737674.: 3tchg 2/6.20 nished wood roofover add ons, 50 ft. Jacksonville, Brian of Sarasotaand Funeral services'were held Tues- Starke Elks 1802, Scottish Rites and
with beam ceiling deck wood stove PAINTING Interior and exterior. 20 antenna and dish solar waterheater David of Hawthorne. day, Feb. 11 in the DeWitt C. Jones Morocco Temple, Jacksonville. He
I, two car garage, large shady lot. $375 years experience. 4732016. 3tpd underground sprinkler system pole Funeral services were held Satur- Chapel with Rev. Gene Bass of was a tool maker for the manufacturing -
I month. 16943087. 1/161fnchg 2/13.27 building, 12 X 24 utility building, car day, Feb. 8 at DeWitt C. Jones ficiating. Burial was in McKinney industry.Survivors .
2 BR MOBILE HOME Melrose area $170 HANDYMAN SERVICE Yard work port patio fruit trees, fenced. $39,900 Chapel in Keystone with Rev. Gary Cemetery under the direction of include his wile, Mrs.
I month and deposit. Also one all new clean-up hauling, tree trimming and with$10,000 down at 12% consider Wyder officiating. Burial followed in Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Thelma M. Wallace of Keystone;
I mobile. home furnished $220 a month removal, any kind of odd lob. 4733321. less expensive property in trade on Keystone Heights Cemetery under son, Don J. of Gainesville; three
r plus deposit for fair, respectable cou 4tpd 2/13.3/6 Gustafson Road. 473-7139. 3tpd the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Mrs. Opal Silcox daughters, Janet Mullen of Taunton,
pie. 1.684.6634 or 4752694. 1/16 HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting electrical 130213FREE( Keystone. Mrs. Opal Inez Silcox, 64, of Orlando Mass., Carol Parma of Castro
tfnchg complete home repair. Short on cash short on credit? died Sunday, Feb 9, in Valley, Calif., and Noreen Jeremiahof
; WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR, furnished. Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. Credit check by phone. 3511131. 4tchg Oscar EdelsteinMr. Brookwood Hospital in Orlando. Lexington, Ky.; sister, Netah Kib-
Yearly rate available. $250 month Call Mitch, 473-3940. 1/30TF 1/30-2/20 Oscar Edelstein Born in Manning, Fla., on Aug. 24, by of Troy, Mich.; 13 grandchildrenand
92 of
,
,
249.7884. I 1/30.2/20 wide
,
4tpd New 14
OWNER Will FINANCE
NEED A BREAK Wlillak. care of your 1921 Mrs. Silcox 15 great grandchildren.
moved to Orlando
2 BR IV. BA 14X70 mobile home, fully children or elderly person and clean small down, $115 month. Buy here, pay Keystone Heights, died Thursday, Funeral services were held Tues
16 from West .
furnished Feb. 6 in North Fla. years ago Germany.She
extra clean partially Regional
carpeted here. 3512126. 4tchg 1/30.2/20
home. Daytime only. Also professional Feb. 11 in DeWitt C. Jones
' your was a member of day,
for a garden Hospital in Gainesville following Bethany Bap;
large yard room business and home cleaning USED t REPO HOMES Small down an in with Rev.
Chapel Keystone
list Church
of
three from but extended illness. Orlando and a
minutes Keystone
very reference and seasonable rates. Call credit check by phone. 3511131.4tchg homemaker. Leamon Ward officiating. Burial
private and secluded. $250 per month Jean 4744295.2 6 2tchg 2/13 1/30.2/20 Born in Gainesville on Sept 24,
with first and last months rent. No In. 12 X 60 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA with 1893, Mr. Edelstein moved to Survivors include her husband, was in Keystone Heights Cemetery
I, side pets. 473.4161 after 5 p.m. Itchg garden tub, furnished. $5000. Keystone many years ago. He was a George C. of Orlando; son, GeorgeF. under the direction of Jones Funeral
2 13TWO CARS. TRUCKS 4737675. 1 Itfr 2/13 member of the Masonic Lodge in of Orlando; two daughters, Vicky Home of Keystone.
OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across & BOATS 20 HOMES Lot package available. $295 Connecticut and was a retired Arabis of Dallas, Tx. and Regina g ..
from lake. $155. Partially furnished. down. American Homes. 752-8082. chemist for a textile company. He Kay Miniere of Orlando; two sisters, .
Mr. Phillips 4737560. 2/13 20lpd 6/26 4tchg 2/13.3/6 had been a member of the keystone Ruby Belch and Esther Fuller, both
I 1983 TRANS AM Loaded with ALL REPOS $6000 under cost. No cash H t. Golf and Country Club. of Casselberry, Fla., and four grand-
I everything. $8495. 473-3360 from 9-5 or
needed American Homes. 7528082. children.
Survivors include
HELP WANTED one daughter,
475.1468 evenings and weekends
4tchg 2/13.3/6 Funeral services were held in
Mrs. Miriam Albom of Pompano Soak cut in
apple pieces
4tchg 2/6.27 NEW CONCEPT IN FINANCING No cosh Kindsley Lake Baptist Church
$60 PER HUNDRED PAID FOR REMAILING 21 FOOT HOUSEBOAT trailer and month. American Beach; son, Monroe Edelstein of on salted water for ten min
needed $100 a Wednesday, Feb. 12, with Rev. Bobby -
LETTERS FROM HOMEI) Send self- Fairhaven, N.J.; and his constant utes. They'll remain
motor. Sell or trade for partial payment Homes 752.8082. 4tchg 213.36PERSONALS and crispy
> Epps Rev. Ed Kirkland of-
addressed, stamped envelope for In on slide on over-cab camper top companion during the last few longer and won't turn
formation 'application. Associate to fit 3/4 ton long bed truck. Can be years, Lois Blue. brown.
Box 9S-B. Rosselle NJ 07203. lOtpd seen at lake Geneva Trailer Park Funeral plans were undecided at ---
12 12-2/13 trailer number 3. Itpd 2/13 presstime. Arrangements are being NOW EVERY TORO RIDER
CHOIR DIRECTOR-ORGANIST Faith 1976 FISH/SKI BOAT 115 hp Johnson CARPET CLEANINGDeep steam extraction handled by Jones Funeral Home of '
.
I Presbyterian Church. Send resume to drive on trailer 10 speed trolling truck mounted equipment. Free Keystone. A COMES WITH A YEAR
; Rt 2 Box 2733 Melrose. FL 32666 or motor boss seat $3000 obo. 475.1347 estimates, residential and commercial o LIMITED WARRANTY
: call 4734525. 2tpd 2/6.13 after 6. Itpd 213A C88 Carpet Cleaning 4737770. 3tpd Mrs. Annie D. Hall i
j SECRETARY Faith Presbyterian Church.
I 2/13.27 Mrs. Annie Douglas Hall 90 of
,
Hours 9.1, Mon-Frl. Send resume to Rt.
PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS
: Coral Gables died at the ATTENTION!
Saturday
Melrose, FL 32666 call
2 Box 2733 or
I Run a picture of your for sale item in
Old Cutler Road Manor in Perrine
4734525. 2tpd 2/6.13 our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For 444444444110111114411
SHEAR PERFECTION is looking for on after an extended illness.
Info call 964.6305. ALL TORO
experienced hair stylist to join our QUALITY CLEANING I Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Hall had OWNERS. .
staff. Call 473.7323 for interview 2tchg SERVICE lived in Coral Gables for the past 40
I I 2 13.20 I years. She was the daughter of the
FOR SALE CARPETS: Home or Office + late Wes and Laura Douglas. She Annual Tune-Up Special
was a housewife and member of the

MISCELLANEOUSPAC FIREWOOD: seasoned oak cut, split p Call: 473.3857 j First Survivors Christian include Church.two daughters, FREE Pick-Up & Deliveryon

RAT- Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture and delivered. $75 per cord. 4734512. 404444414444141114114 Mrs. Louise Gardner and Mrs.
appliances, household items, 2/133tchg2/27 Virginia Barber, both of Coral all Toro riding mowers

collectable, glassware, old lewerly, Gables; one sister, Mrs. Eva Now Feb. 15 1986
LARGE COMMERCIAL ICE CREAM through
tools etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 Crawford of Lake Butler; several ,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Paperback books. FREEZER Runs good. Can be seen at 475.2885 473.4384 grandchildren and great grand
480 S. Lawrence Blvd. Open 10-5 Man Charlie's Shell In Keystone. Itpd 2/13 GVllle Area 473-3146 children.
Sat 4tchg 2/6.27 SUNLINE TRAVEL TRAILER 15'/i ft.. Keystone Aree held Service Tire &
.self-contained Funeral services were Tuesday Battery
1983 sleeps six excellent
condition compact pick-up CUSTOM-MADE Feb. 11 in the Chapel of Archer
pulls easily $4000. Will consider pop. CABINET DOORS Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Change Oil & Spark Plug
COMMERCIALSTORE up camper in trade. 473-2986. 3tpd t Other Custom Woodworking Rev. J.R. McLeod officiating. Burial Grease All Fittings $ 9 5
2/13-27 followed at Mt. Zion Cemetery near 2 4
14 FT. BOTTOM fiberglass boat and .SELECT WOODS, INC. Lake Butler. Archer Funeral Homeof Sharpen Blade* ..- .
trailer. Boat In good condition trailer Hwy. 100 Keystone Hgts. ,Lake Butler is in charge of ar *
BUILDING bought new used one year. $375. rangements.Mrs. Adjust Carburetor
473.7140.venlngs. Itchg 2/13 Clean Air Filter Plus Parts
FIFTH WHEEL CAMPER TRAILER 1974 Thelma McArthur
473-4846 Country Alre 36 ft. $5800. 4732165. Mrs. Thelma McArthur of Starke Lube Throttle & Linkage

Itchg 2/13 died Sunday, Feb. 9 in Alachua GOOD SERVICE
3,000 sq. ft. BROADWAY & WALTERS General Hospital of Gainesville.She Adjust Brakes & Belts MEANS

was a member of Greater Tighten All Nuts & Bolts LONG LIFE
FOR SALE OR LEASE
INSULATIONBatts TREE SERVICE Freewill Bethlehem Baptist Churchin
Will Divide Into Smaller Unit and Blown-in Starke. Clean Entire Mower
21 Removal Survivors include her husband,
Hwy Free Estimates Rev. G.G. McArthur of St.
Between Keystone & Mlrot Trimming Augustine; Miss Roslyn McArthurof
Bosier CustomConstruction Stump Removal Starke; three sisters, Mrs. Sarah SUPER SALE
Will Consider Equity Trade Firewood Prince of Starke, Mrs. Mary Lee
Wilson and Mrs. Johnnie R. Everett, ELECTRIC: ART MODELS
Rental *
For Property
Estimate
Free
964.6888 both of Nichols, Ga.; and one
473.7097 473-7679 brother, Hilton Anderson of FROM 899.95
Waycross.
After 5 P.M. Funeral services will be held Now every Toro Rider comet wiib i2year
SELECT WOODS, INC. Keystone Heights Saturday, Feb. 15 at 3 p.m. at limited warranty.
Choice Hardwoods e Custom Cut Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Hwy. 100 W. a Keystone Heights Licensed & Insured Church, with Rev. C.C. Royal of
ficiating. Burial will be in Freewill
EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE Memorial Park Cemetery under the
PCS. of Pecky or Reg. l8"-24" 8.10 ft. long OPTIONAL BRASS CATCHER

CYPRESS SLABS CEDAR SLABS

24"up to 8.10. /II ft. MakesAGreotTopper For Kitchen Cabinets Starke TAE KWON DO AcademyNQW 7. 8 & 11 HP MODELSIN

Great for Table Tops, STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
Counter Tops OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK T1
SALES PARTS SERVICE
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Personal Instruction from A.J. Allen Black Belt
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& Terry BelCher ((1st Degree Black Belt) 1101 S: Walnut Street Starke 964.4642
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JANE Se USHERYour Realtor Hwy 301 South Hand! Houses a1Ntrxf Plush Carpet Sculpt. Carpet I\

Union County A9L/Afl In 16 colors to by Philadelphia
496.2903 In 8 colors choose from
496.2126 or to
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360 W. Main St., Lake Butler Payment 100% Nylon
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964-8848 Plush Carpet
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Evenings Perfect for rooms with. 100% Nylon
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'SMALL TRACTS OF ACREAGE: 3.10 acres. Owner financed. 964-4073 473-3627 I $7.99sq.yd.Installed $9.99 sq. yd.

LAKE BUTLER AREA I Installed with 1/2" Pad

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oven stove, fenced back yard. Ideal location, walking RerrinaritsfDomco Suncoast Carpets

distance to town. 140 S.
Thompson Street
eLARGE TRACTS OF ACREAGE: for sale In Union County. Ap
R & J'S SAW SHOP Starke Florida
proximately 100 acres to 350 acres. STORE HOURS:

RAIFORD AREAe3 Worthington Springs 496-2534 ( 9:00: to 5:00:
small amount of
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FOR RENTe3 Sales & RepairsChain SERVICE CALL
BEDROOM, 1 Vi bath home In Lake Butler. $350/month.
e3 BEDROOM HOME in Raiford. $275/monlh. : George or Tina
.: We will bring samples to you

FOR APPOINTMENT TO SEE THESE AND OTHER LOCATIONS... Saws & LawnmowersOPEN 964-5849 or 473.4295

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--Obituaries----- t Mini-League Fet 17,1986
The Great Eyeglass Trade Sale
!Mrs. Bessie WentworthMrs with Kcv Hoy Kenneth Tippin officiating J 'sP : Club 25 features Back-to-Back
Bessie Ola Wentworth,65,of Arrangements are beinu
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Putnam Hall,died Sunday,Feb.9 in handled by Jones Funeral Home of (. l \t For More Information I
Shands Teaching: Hospital in Keystone. { Trade-In your old glasses and we'll I 'l 1
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Gainesville following an extended il- t l L i0 give you; M508 off a new pair. Come Call 964.8175 1
lness Card of ThanksWe : )
k ..e J) see yourself in a pair of our super : Ask for Janet
Born Aug. 20. 1920, in Lake City would like to express our r ):- -
Mrs. Wentworth was a homemaker sincere appreciation for the kindness looking frames. We have a great Starke Lanes
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and a Baptist. shown to us during our time of selection of today's up-to-the- I
Survivors Include her husband: sorrow. Our thanks for all the \ / minute styles. I 1612 N. Temple 964-8175
Eugene, of Putnam Hall; and one beautiful flowers food calls and
sister, Mrs. Julia Kirkland of visits, Our special thanks to Kcv
Jacksonville.: Bobby Epps and the Jones Funeral Complete Eye Exams in Our OfficeBy

Wednesday Funeral, services Feb. :12 in'were DeWitt held C. Home (Family Independent Optometrists 1 1-10x13 99a Deposit
Jones Chapel in Keystone Heights, Bessie A.Cm'lerIt Call For Appointment (Wdll Photo I $10.00 Due at
1- 8x10 Pickup
964-8588 25x7 (plus tax)

Sale Ends 2/28/86/ I"/" The Eyeglass StoreTERWILLEGAR 23x5
R No Other Discounts Apply 16King Size Wallets $1 099
Regular Size Wallets
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It has been estimated that= the average lifespan of a sewing machine is :fJIdI.,"' !
23 years-the longest of most everyday appliances. MOTORS :1 B ,

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THERE'S A NEW r-i BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE ',
-- r Palmetto 8 Nightingale Street
IN TOWN :- -- Keystone Heights, Florida
: I IOLIN'S iCar Rentals Friday. February 14
I Located at '\\1\ ..m
; Photo Hours: 9.121.5:30:
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Select from 1101 South' Walnut Slarke
HOME CENTER '_ :j.:+.f ',i t I Saturday February 15
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featuring "" Financing Available I Por Day ,
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I News BriefsTwo _


CitedIn Eugene Lamar Ford, 22,of Hampton theft motor vehicle, according to Two Women ArrestedFor Lawtey Feb. 10, according to In- neighbors evidently scared the
was arrested Feb. 8 for DUI, according Patrolman John Hodges and Lt. vestigator David Aderholt. suspects who fled the scene.
Fender BenderBoth to Trooper B A. Williams.He John Dempsey. BurglaryTheftTwo Neighbors became suspisious and McDade was spotted by Chief M.
drivers were cited by local was released after a $325 surety Lawtey women were arrested went to investigate a strange car at M.Jordan on US-301 and following
authorities following an accicdent on bond was posted. Franks was released to Hamilton Feb. 11 on charges of burglary and the residence. A TV,VCR and tapes, ed. Lane was identified the
US-301 Kcb 6. County to answer charges, she will grand theft belonging to the Prentisses, were day and was arrested.
Lisa L. Spivey of Starke, driving a Johnny Eugene Brown of Lake Ci then be turned over to Putnam Coun- Carolyn McDade and Linda Lane found in the car which was aban- McDade and Lane were released
1986 Isuzu pickup, was cited for ty was arrested Feb. 8 for DUI and ty, then released to Bradford County were charged with burglarizing the Bonded, said Aderholt. The after$1,000 cash bonds were posted.
following too close and Marlin Leon improper tag, according to Investigator to answer local charges. Prentiss home on Eunice Road in _
.
Dick, 23, driving a 1972 pickup, was David Aderholt. He was '
cited for additionally charged with A
driving while license refusingto -- --
suspended according to Patrolman sign the citation. Brown was i /
John Hodges. released after a $375 cash bond was : *
Both vehicle were northbound on posted. Eddie Starlingis
US-301 when Dick slowed to turn into
the parking lane. Spivey was unableto
stop and struck the rear of the Arrests in BradfordThe RF ready

:, Ford Estimated pickup.damages were 2000. following arrests were made to Save You Money
by local authorities.
I Charles Jackson, 26. of Starke was on a Car or Truck
Woman Charged arrested Feb. 9 for grand theft, according "Couldn't have done it without youl" CHEVROLET
OLDSMOBILE
to Patrolman W. C. Reno. or
In Retail
j TheftThe Jackson allegedly took tools belong ; ; .. New or Used
anti-theft alarm at Eckerds ing to Glenn Beaver. Bond was set at This year we're pledgedto .riT; L I
alerted employees as a woman shop- $2,000. He remains in the custody of Americans
I finding
more
Call Eddie !
per exited the store Feb. 1. She was the Bradford County Jail. BLOC Today
detained and charged by authoritieswith the biggest tax refund
retail theft. Pairote Srivibul, 18, of Starke was they have coming. What
Several items were found in the arrested Feb. 8 on a capias charging can we find for you? Stark* KifitMi late. ......,.. LAKE CHEVROLETOLDSU.S.
I purse belonging to Suzanne A.Short, grand theft, according to Investigator IM-tlll 411-MU 41-3111
301 North Starke 964.7500
., according to Patrolman M. D. David Aderholt. Srivibul
I Spears. She was ordered to appear allegedly took tools and a tool box
in court Feb. 18 to answer the belonging to William Edgar Thigpen
charge. Dec. 11 lie was released after a
i I $1,000 surety bond was posted. Jrz\\

Arrests for Traffic Paula Elaine Tanner, 25, of
I Gainesville was arrested Feb. 9 on a -. erul.nrxr.r. r
Violations in Bradford ann e"r Ill
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capias charging forgery-bank check .I
: endorsement and I
forgery-uttering a
The following arrests for traffic
bank check with endorsement
forged -
violations were made by local
to
according Investigator
authorities in Bradford County.
Aderholt. The checks
Wayne D. Crawford, 28, of Hampton were allegedly .
cashed at local gas stations. Bond .
was arrested Feb. 9 for driving r
was set at $150, she was released on
under influence DUI) no validdriver's \
her own recognizance. \ ari
license and no tag accor- a nfkEM! 1aFlk 4 N '
ding to Patrolman K. R Hinds, Jr. s y
Crawford's blood alcohol content Woman ArrestedOn
was .21 percent, he was released Theft ChargesA
after a $500.75 surety bond was
posted Starke woman was arrested on
charges from three counties Involv-
Jabe Cleveland Myrick, 18, of ing theft.
Starke was arrested Feb 8 for DUI, Frances Hemphill Franks, 43, of
according to Patrolman Hinds. He Starke was arrested Feb. 8 on
was released after a $325 cash bond charges of burglary, grand theft,
I was posted false report of a crime and grand

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The clerk at Williams Food Store In Melrose received minor liijmirs was itbound in the parking lot failed to slow and crossed the parking Williams JewelrySay
when this 1083 Honda crashed Into the wall of the building Feb. 6. barrier at which time the left front of the vehicle struck the block w,, ,
Cheryl Smith, :31. of Melrose was treated ut the scene after particles building, said McKen/ie.
from the concrete blocks struck her in the leg, according to Trooper Neither Brooks or her passenger were Injured. Brooks was cited for
Larry McKenzie.The careless driving.Ksllmated damages to the Honda was$ISU0.11amage to "I Love You"As
Honda, driven by Kinmallee Williams Brooks, 71. or Hawthorne the store was $:100.

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Rescue RespondsTo .-.-
Pick a sweet orange by
97 Calls
examining the navel.
Last MonthThe Choose the ones with the Shop Our
biggest holes.
Bradford County Rescue
responded to 97 runs during the w StorewideSALE
month of January, according to
Supervisor of Services FLA.TWIN THEATRE
Emergency '
Cliff Chapman. This is an increase of 1 > ,---
20 runs or calls over the same month a. Starke 964.5451

last Seventy-five year. of the calls requiredthe PRO MAC' 43O V.C.When Open Every Night for more savings

transporting of 78 patients.
SPECIAL
$2.00
Twenty-two runs required no your lob depends on It.
transporting.Seven Sat. A Sun. i:00 Showing
Tuesday 7:30 Showing
runs were made by the
back-up unit., f a sa
The majority of the patients 48. PRO MAC10-1OS SAVE STARTS FRIDAY ?
were transported to BradforEHospital.
Seven were taken to 100
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North Florida Regional and three to ,
Shands Hospital, all in Gainesville. '" Aep.359"McCULLOCH SALE Pendants by ; r;,
Three were taken to Humana in
Orange Park, and one each to Bap i< ,
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Three patients were taken to lusl improved WIth age Sold exclusively by servicing/ dealers Say
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Powerful 30cc engine WILLIAMS JEWELRY
Twenty-nine of the patients were Vertical cylinder design .
illness related. Fourteen suffered for easy engine mpmte ",' r SCREEN 2IR' Jewelry Stark, FL 32091 Watch
trauma and another seven suffered nonce
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trauma resulting from a vehicle ac Solid stale ignition for Repair Family Owned and Operated Repair
cident. easy starts / / e 100 E. Call St Bradford Square
Seventeen calls were to cardiac Chrome plated cylinder / 964-7064 .\ 2 I I jlL' I....... 964-8483
for enhanced cooling and :::
patients, seven had respiratory pro Hrs Mon < =
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blems and call to
one was an '
obstretic patient. One call was to a -ChdnBra for;safer operation.a/Hand Guard. ?e (r BuUt lougli for !' ee 8-30-530: : Mr 9:00: 6003'R
stabbing victim and three people D Gv lough .
were dead when the unit arrived. IS" Chain Saw
Seven calls were cancelled, four SAVE 'SO" Reg. '239" SALE'159"with
were false alarms,one was to stand span 12" Bar i ChainBRYAN'S
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call was to a brush fire, one to 'all"neltq ft Nightingale Sirs.., U.S. 301 S. l'J30OJ.
a structure fire one was a smoke in -4'lt yslane Heights Starke .
vestigation, one was a vehicle fire 473-4006 964-4642
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in Bradford Traffic CourtAppearing


before Judge George test possession of cannabis; placedon ty disorderly conduct; sentenced to
I Pierce February 4 in Bradford Coun- six months court probation, 7days in jail, placed on 60 days
ty Traffic Criminal Court were the violate no laws, no drugs or alcohol, court probation, attend Bradford-
following defendants who recieved pay $100 plus court costs.Michael Union Guidance Clinic, no drugs or __ =--00_
final disposition.William Joseph Akey pled guilty alcohol. '
Andrew Gaskin pled guil- two counts criminal mischief; plac- Tony Anthony Williams pled guilty TuffiingwPonf.for! for better !
ty to driving while license suspended ed on six months probation under battery; sentenced 30 days in Jail, = .? living
(OWLS); paid $49,50 court costs. Salvation Army supervision, pay pay restitution under court supervi-
John L. Williams pled guilty driv- restitution $170, write letter to victim sion.Williams 4casual: oak classic .
ing while intoxicated (DWI); fined and pay $35 court costs. charged with petit theft; t'n
$362 license Curtis Sumner Simmons pled guil dismissed by state W
suspended six months, attorney. florldi furnllurt IntluiUIn ::;" :?;fo \ -
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attend DWI school, Salvation Army '
supervision six months, complete 50 A beautiful
hours community work. SAWYERVt1etIfrt1 'i/, it I
Williams pled guilty running a contemporary \ ;
stop sign; fined $41.50. all-wood I! ('i \ I I \, I
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Derek Veron Brazil pled no con-
test DWLS; must produce valid bedwall \ I J I I.I
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Larry L. Goetzman pled guilty \ : \\t :
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cabinets with doors,
and pay $49.50 or pay $100.75. twin 2*,
Rose Marie Nelson pled no contestto pier commodes, ..
no valid driver license (NVDL); queen-size headboard,
pay $10 costs. light bridge, mirrors _
Nelson fined $41.50 for failure to
yeild to emergency vehicle. Dynamically styled, so wonderfully
Elijah Dean pled guilty DWI; fin. YOUR CHOICERCA practical! There's plenty of storage -- ..
ed $624.50, license suspended six space In the pier cabinets pier ..
months,must attend DWI school and 19" Deluxe commodes and bookcase headboard. I '
remain under Salvation Army Strategic lighting highlights both I LI S'_ .
Colortrax T.V. mirrors for added drama. Engraved _
supervision one year. I -
RCA oak finish Is accented with distinctive, tit
Dean pled DWLS fined ChanneLock control
guilty ; digital keyboard brass-Ilke hardware. : "rtei1<- ILI
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$100.75.Kevin Mulb-band quartz crystal tuning I
Charles Sprow pled no con Super AccuFiiter COTY picture tube holUr "Ij
test wilful-wanton reckless driving;
must pay $49.50. or FRONT LOAD
Larry Oliver Brooks pled guilty 338
DWLS; must produce valid license CableReady VCR ---
and pay $49.50 or pay $100.75. 10-'unction wireless remote control ,
Brooks pled guilty unlawful 105 channel!cable.ready luner with '12 .it! ; ,''f l "" FREE DELIVERY SINCE 1923DENMARK 90 Days Same As Cash|
fined $41,50.Misdemeanor \
speed; statioi presets :- _
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Court 14 day'3 event programmable timer "

Walter Wayne Rhoden pled guilty
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resisting arrest without violence; FURNITURE i
placed on court probation six mon NEW STORE HOURS:
ths court,must costs.violate no laws and pay$35 )/ / NI1 ID..".". [ W Call Street / 411 W. Madison"St. 8:00 '.m. *:" P-m-

Roy Webster Snipes, Jr. pled no ., ,: 964-5826 OKA-ROOT Monday. ooaam.
8:00: i.m. :
contest petit theft; placed under :0 ,
Salvation Army supervision six II I l, '_.'oi I n Starke Florida SaturdayMr.
months, must make restitution $51, I
$35 court costs. ..
pay Robert Lee Yeager pled guilty ':t 6 14 7 04' tars ttl T. 4 rat4 b"
disorderly intoxication; sentencedto
six months probation, 50 hours
community work under Salvation Hotpoint Compact
Army supervision, must violate no Vanguard
laws, use no alcohol or drugs. Microwave Oven
Carl E. Armington pled no contest 15,000 to 25,000 BTU's
35 minute timer with end-of-
disorderly intoxication; six months
Unvented Gas Heater
probation, no alcohol or drugs, cycle signal
violate no laws, pay $25 court costs. Priced $148 2 power levels for added versatility in
Embritt Soul Lee pled no contest from (,ooking and defrosting
disorderly intoxication; six momths
Salvation Army supervision, 50
hours community work, violate no
laws, no alcohol or drugs.

Docket Day Calendar

Rudolph Carter pled guilty driving
while intoxicated (DWI); fined$362,
I license suspended six months, must I 1SaaeS
attend DWI school, 50 hours com- LITER
ypitv work: ujderahation Armx,, 'I' 7tdS'A'WJ" Sauu c BACARDI aa.&or. TH EFFECRVffBEGINNING

supervision.Ernest Albert Varnes pled no con ., PUERTO RICAN 99 13th..
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suspended six months, attend DWI 11r".1 FEBRUARY
school 50 hours community work, .. .. ,_ _a 19th,
Salvation Army supervision. ,
Rufus Randolph Hutchings charged tuu DM '

with DWI pled guilty careless 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701 I 1 LORD
driving; fined$362,must attend DW i :
school. Charge of DWI dismissed.Van .,N I a CALVERT
Harold Prescott pled no con-
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I I woman suffered a broken leg in an Flight to Alachua General Hospitalin where it struck a culvert, said SALE
It i accident on SR-100 Monday after Gainesville, where she reportedly Trooper Roberts. The vehicle con- ,
noon when the car she was a is in fair condition. tinued over the culvert another 140 PLUS
!,1 passenger in struck a tree. feet and collided with a tree where it SOLID C E'-
Mishoe was a passenger in a 1978 came to rest.
: Rhonda S. Mishoe was taken by Mercury driven by Richard Irving Jones was charged with careless LINES OF
: Rescue 60 to Bradford Hospital with Jones, 24, of Keystone Heights, according driving and driving while license
: a broken leg and a possible fractured to Trooper D. C. Roberts. revoked. FURNITURE SOFAS CHAIRS
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Call Street (Santa Fe Jr. College) approximately 1 mile to Martin Street go South (right) 1 .

; .' block to Searing Street, 3rd home on right to auction site watch for auction signs. 1
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Beautiful 3 bedroom home,2 full baths,large kitchen, Itvinig room, central heat& air,carpeted Florida room,
utility room, carport, land, 12x20 enclosed screened patio, 8x14 utllty shed. Extra carport, landscaped, LIKE NEVER BEFORE t
located on approximately 100' x 150' lot. Near schools, church and business district. This fine home, ex-
.: 'cellent location offered at auction by DeMenzes Realty Inc., Ocala, Florida.Col.Max Huebner and Col. Shirley
Ford,Licensed Auctioneers. Excellent terms announced at time of auction. MASSIVE INVENTORYLIQUIDATION

.".PERSONAL PROPERTY

Early American hlde-a-bedlofa,recliner, 2 matching arm chairs,lamps,Zenith color console TV,shelf clock, -7 .
r 5x7 rug, beautiful French Proventlal queen size bedroom suite w/chest/ of drawers,,6 drawer dresser, mirror,. "
nlte stand. Queen size brass head board bed, matching living room lamps & chairs, Sears microwave, utility =
kitchen stand, Sears electric range, C.E. refrigerator/freeze/ w/lce maker, Sears automatic washer, FrlgkJaire '
dryer G.E. refrigerator/freezer, corner kitchen wood cabinet, Bahama bed Redwood lawn furniture, pictures, :
I household goods,lawn windmill,ladder, cement patio table w/3/ matching benches w/umbrela,gas grill,lawn _ ,, '
mower, 5 hp riding lawn mower,exercise bench press,tools, wrought Iron 3 piece table& chairs,doll house, il m eart 'Q11IQ Cene r ,
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AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Plan to come early and Inspect this fine home on day of auction.Auction begins at J I SAME
1 p.m. sharp. Register for bidding number and cash drawings. There will be a 10% buyers premium added to t ;A .a, S, 1 gOtdY. q AS CASH
your purchases on personal property ONLY.Don't miss this outstanding auction In Starke,Florida. t' !
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