Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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A fairly major cold front is indicated over the weekend and W..k .. . .. .. ..'.10A
should bring below normal temperatures, with drier air into the .pjis.-
state Sunday.There .
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is a chance of showers or thunderstorms beginning Friday Cater Gather. .. . . ..IB
and ending Saturday, then turning colder and fair Sunday. Helping R.fug..t. . . . ..IB
A high pressure area over the Florida straits should hold the cold Sport . . . . . 1-SB \-p \
front at bay for the next few days. Temperatures today (Thursday, Area D.ath6B o
Feb. 20)) should from the upper 50s to the 80s, with dense fog Wed. Photo Claitlll.di. . . . ..7BCla \.\1'v/ G \.1.t1 yaOld( ,pll' ."

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Temperatures by Monday could dip into the upper 30s. N.w. Irl.'.. . . . 11B \V
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Applications are now being accepted Y ,\ '
for the 24th annual Bradford ...
County Strawberry Pageant set Duncan'sI .
April 5 and sponsored by the Junior '
Woman's Club of Starke. .
The pageant is open to girls 1 Yr j

residing in or attending school in .1 yo- ;>>
Bradford County. Contestants must ; a :

be between 16 and 21 years of age. Chart
Entrants will be judged on natural ane-un

beauty, face, hair, personality, and '
poise. Interested girls may contact : ee JL
pageant coordinator Vicki Gaines, r Supt: Jim Duncan's proposed been county-wide vocational direc-
phone 964-8485 or 964-4181, or Lorna \ 1986-87 organizational chart was tor, and there has been a separate
Reddish, phone 9648559. Applica- tabled Monday night, Feb. 19, by the vo-tech center director, now David
tions Bradford forms are available at the .1."J:. t, j.f1 Bradford School Board, although it Smith, who is equal to a principal of
High School office and
called for only one minor change. a school.
Williams Jewelry at Bradford 1 j{ '. Duncan proposes moving one of Duncan said two counties,
Square. two assistant directors at the vo-tech Washington and St.Johns, continue ,
center to be in sole charge of the to combine the two jobs. '
6' evening and adult education Duncan said with adult FTE down, .
Nutrition pro-
Quackery... L4r.A '. .
l' : I{ \,' 4 grams. The proposed change would a separate adult and evening educa-
March is Nutrition Month and the Nutrition Committee of Duval \ "'it ,;Ii evening and adult education from year both assistants at the vo-tech
County and the American Red .. !,t,' .' ., under the control of Vo-Tech Area center, Hank Greene and Charles
Cross will be offering free nutrition {. ,J j' i Center Director David Smith and Thomas have worked under Center

seminars. vi y:. place that administrator under the Director Davis Smith and have swit-
Nutrition Quackery will be the .. ..! direction of County-Wide Vocational ched off working at night when most
topic March 11 from 7-8:30: p.m. .. ". Director Millard Brown. adults attend. Criticism is that i
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Nutrition Weighing the Choices r-- = :" The organizational chart students talk to one administratorone
will be offered March 12 from 9 enumerates each adminstrative time, the next time another, and
a.m. until noon or March 24 from They Make A's, Consistently... position. If the school board wants to that nobody is really in charge, or

1-4 p.m. at the American Red These four BIIS students earned straight-A's for the standards consistently.entire add a position or cut one, for exam- knows the answers.
Cross, 744 Riverside Avenue in first semester, all three six-weeks. They're the The students are (II-r': ) Karen Martin Jody Brown, ple, it must be done within the Smith, in defense of his use of the
Jacksonville. Phone 358-8091 to only four of 1.037 BUS students to maintain such high Robert Thorpe, and Rita Richardson. organizational chart. Once the chartis two assistant administrators at the
reserve a space. adopted, the superintendent's job vo-tech center this year, said health
is to fill the positions.This problems had caused them to juggle
past year V-T Area Center their assignments. Smith pointed out
'. Free Blood Check... 4 Earn Straight-A's for Semester Director David Smith has been in the FTE count of high school
students is 450 while the
A free blood check will charge of both assistant administrators daytime ,
at the center. It hasn't adult FTE count is 44.
. be given the first Tuesday of
" month (March 4) from 1-4 p.m. in Four students, or 4/ths of one percent American history and government Seniors: Tracie L. Clark, Erica worked well, says Supt. Duncan, Vocational Director Millard
of 1,037 student at Brad- pointing out the adult FTE count Brown said his philosophy is to serve
the Bradford High Library. body 2-D art/painting, psychology In- L. Gruen, Edward L. Hall, Lynn
A registered nurse will issue ford High earned straight-A's for the troduction to drama, honors English Holtendorf Tricia K. Lawson dropped from 60 to 44 this past every person in Bradford County.The .
blood pressure cards, record entire first semester which ended 12, humanities to 1500 and study Sharon D. Martin, Paul R. Moore school year. adult vocational courses need to
,: readings and check your pulse. Jan. 20. hall. Russell E. Nail, Richard L. O'Steen, The change splits responsibility, be taught at night because that'swhen
said veteran Board Member most working folks have timeto
Thirty-seven more students, or 3.5 Melissa A. Todd. Rodney
. percent of the student body earnedall Jody L Brown a sophomore, and Hall, initiating what turned into a take the courses. With no one
Square Dance... A's or B's for the entire first the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Juniors: Deena L. Cox, KimberlyM. lengthy discussion. Hall said he specifically in charge, the adult programs
semester. Brown of Starke. Brown is enrolledin doesn't mind changing titles, but suffer, said Director Brown.
: Gowens Barbara M. Green
v;: The first Saturday square dance that splitting the does The bottom line Board Member
The two seniors and two II honors
algebra geometry, Sherri! C. Harrell, Melissa A. Miller
at the Kingsley Lake Civic Center bother Hall is that is
him.Duncan said one man chang-
sophomores earning straight-A's for biology I, Spanish II, advanced R. Lisa M. Rix
" is set Saturday, March 1. all three six-week grading periodsare American and '. Phillip gave the board members ing jobs. Hall said he cannot feature
hlstbrjr Shuford
government, "otactyL Tammy L.
A covered dish supper is set from : something more to think about when changing administrations becauseof
: honors English 10, and advanced Thomason Pamela L. Willingham.
to 5:30-6:30 p.m.. with the club fury tennis. he said his interpretation of state a whistle, referring to Duncan's

, nishing hot dogs. A plus-workshop Karen R. Martin, a senior, and Sophomores: Jason M. Brown, school law does not preclude havingone recommendation that responsibilityfor
is set from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. hold both the titles of the center shift from Director
" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robert H. person
' Thorpe, a sophomore, Jennifer L. Brown Todd M. Gillen-
Maintstream dancing is set vocational director and Smith to the new adult coorindator,
square county-wide
Martin of Miss Martin
and Mr.
) Lawtey. was son of and Mrs. Robert waters, Richard D. Kimutis Angel
from 8-10 Caller this month who would work from 2 to 10
p.m. enrolled in of also be the director of the vocational p.m.
typing/word processing, Thorpe Starke. Thorpe is enrolledin R. Spell David M. Thorpe.
will be Jim Duncan. when the vo-tech center closes.
clerical office practice, business algebra II, general shop honors center. Board. members said they p.m.
English, bookkeeping II-III, honors biology I, Spanish II, advanced Freshmen : Patricia K. Bath, were told by former Supt. Tom Board Chairman J.T. Parrish then
,.' The Thinner Circle. English 12, and humanities to 1500. American history and government, Micki L. Becker, Shawna J. Blom, Casey, now retired that the law requires told Supt. Duncan that if he had been
.. out in the audience Monday
direc- sitting
a separate county-wide
geometry, and honors Enlgish 10. Yvonne E. Bobo Julie A. Ferguson,
; A meeting of the Union-Bradford Rita Terese Richardson, a senior, Alisha Gruen Kimberly A. Lee, tor of vocational education. At one night not knowing anything except
and of Mr. and Mrs. Al The time the late educator Ted Oglesby what had been said in the meeting,
Gastric By-Pass Association is set daughter 37 semester A-B students, 10 Selina Norman Jill Strickland
Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 7:30: p.m. at Richardson of Melrose. Miss seniors, 10 juniors 6 sophomores Tammy Jo Tatum Tina C. Will- held both positions. For the past
Roger's Bar-B-Q Restaurant in Richardson is enrolled in advanced and 11 freshmen, are, by grade: ingham. several years Millard Brown has (see Boardp.2A)

Lake Butler.
Speaker will be Sonja Larson,

'. Pass president interested Association.of persons the Florida All are members invited Gastric to and By-at- City Housing Rehabilitation Grant May Get Funded .1

. tend. For more information, phone -

[. 18003426057. The support group Word received Wednesday morn- DCA's decision. area, to redo houses. Coordinator for through the state Dept. of Community cent low income residents. The task
leader for Bradford and Union ing, Feb. 19, is that Starke's housing Ten appeals will have to be suc- the city's 1986 grant is Linda Day. Affairs. Since that time, when Ms. force for the grant, Elizabeth
..... Counties is Sandra Bennett of Lake rehabilitation grant request ranks cessful for the funding of Starke's Starke received some $1.4 million Day left, the city has applied for Walker, Charles Jackson, Charles
; Butler, phone 4963248. 11th among 58 applications, and that grant request to be jeopardized, from 1979-82 in grants through the CDBG grants but was way down in Cunningham, and Commissioner
plans are to fund: 21 of the projectsover points out City Commissioner Jim U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban the ratings. One drawback was lack Jimmy Crosby. The task force chose
f'A .? the state. my Crosby who notified The Development for housing rehabilitation of a Fair Housing Ordinance, a 100 housing rehabilitation over
Judge.. Final approval of the $575,000 Telegraph of the Wednesday morn- street paving and sewer improvements point classification.The neighborhood development."She's .
The Eighth Judicial Circuit Community Development Block ing word from Tom Yateman of the in the Reno target area. city commission passed a fair certainly been a plus," $
Nominating Commission has been Grant (CDBG) application funded Dept. of Community Affairs in Ms. Day was the grant coordinatorfor housing ordinance in Dec. 1985. And, says Commissioner Crosby of Ms.
requested by the Governor to sub- through the Florida Department of Tallahassee. all those HUD grants. Ms. Day was called back in to coordinate Day. The city has not gotten a CDBG
"A mit names of potential nomineesfor Community Affairs (DCA) won't be Funds from the Community When the Reagan Administrationcame the application for the new grant since the 1979-82 period, except a
the vacancy on the Circuit made until after an appeals program Development Block Grant for Starkeare into power, the administrationof grant. for a small recreation grant for
Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- through which applicants not slated to be spent in the nor- the grants was shifted from the The target area for a CDBG grant which Ms. Day applied as a favor to
forms may be approved for funding can appeal the theast section of the town, the Reno U.S. HUD agency and funneled must be made up of at least 51 per- the city, he points out.
secured from the Commission r

Chairman, Bobbie Lee Eubanks,

FL 1240 32601.N.W. 11th Avenue, Gainesville Coordinator Feels Good' About Downtown Grant Application II

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Finding that 90 percent of the categories In the 1,000 point scoring grant application.In eastward on Call Street to Church $100,000 on the area the city should
DAY families of four in Bradford Countyearn factor of the grant, Day said. discussions with Chamber Ex- Street. Miller, who attended the city stand an excellent chance."
Meetings... less than the median to low In- The eight rating and ranking fac- ecutive Mike Cooney and Chamber commission meeting, agreed to A second public hearing on the
l The local chapter of the Disabled come of $20,400 is a big plus in tors, and points each earns, are: President John Miller, who is also enlarging the area if there Is money. downtown grant is set for 7:30: p.m.
American Veterans meet every second Starke's chances for a $575,000 grant chairman of the Downtown Progress There should be if the grant is fund- Tuesday, March 4, the council's next
rlr Thursday of the month at the for the revitalization of the Market Need Analysis, 65 points. Committee, Day said they decided a ed, Miller told the council.At regular meeting. The first of the two
Pratt Street Recreation Center. downtown.It Accomplishments, 110 points. good logo for the downtown projectis Day's suggestion, the city com- required public hearings was held
There is a covered dish supper at Project management, 25 points. "streetscape" for an open mall mission declared the downtown a Tuesday.The .
7 p.m. The meeting is at 7:30: p.m. means an improvement in the Cost feasibility, 55 points. effect. blighted area.
chances for the downtown revitalization Day also suggested that the project city commission will be asked
t grant Grant Coordinator Linda Commitments, 80 points. Day noted there are 16 vacant be taken in two phases. The first March 4 to pass a resolution declar-
Upcoming... Day told the city commission. Wordon Physical change, 10 points. buildings on Call Street between the phase, the streetscape idea, would ing the downtown a blighted area,
,: The annual spelling bee at funding the downtown grant Is not Growth projections, 30 points. railroad and US-301 and on Walnut place 100 percent of the grant on im- and to pass an ordinance setting up
Hampton Elementary School is set expected until near the end of April. Benefit, low/moderate income, and Cherry Streets between Jefferson proving the appearance of the the two-phase project. Day also
at 8:30: a.m. Friday, Feb. 21. 275 points. and Madison (SR-100)). There downtown using the plans drawn by recommended that the council name
-A special meeting of the Brad- The income statistic means Starke have been six new occupants in the engineer Jim Robinson. The second the current members of the grant
ford School Board is set Monday, will get 90 percent of the 275 pointson Including the Starke Center for last three months. phase, or street facade, would be to task force, Carolyn Autry, John
Feb. 24, at 7 Brooker how much a grant would benefit Santa Fe Community College and "For me, that is a committment," Improve the appearnce of the Miller, J.E. Tomlinson, and Judge
School. The meeting Is low to moderate Income families, an some downtown businesses, there said Day. It shows that citizenry downtown store fronts. R.A.Buzzy) Green, as the required
Elementary the first in a series of "budget planning elated Linda Day told the City Com- has already been more than $800,000 wants a revitalized downtown, she Since finding the 90 percent low to Community Development Agencyfor
workshops" at the various mission Tuesday night, Feb. 18. The spent on the revitalization project told the council.At moderate income factor, Day said the grant. Such has agency has
school centers. The meetings are 275 points are "...the biggie." the Day said, which should make a the council's suggestion, the she "...feels good about the project. not authority other than to approve
open to the public. Input from the largest single element of the eight significant impact on the downtown revitalization area was expanded Sinrp in hncinesaee have spent" ovpr final plans for the project.

principal, teachers or other citizensis

-welcome.Bradford A meeting High of. the School All-Sports is set at Clubof Brooker Marshal Resigns, Town Will Reimburse Thomas .

7:30 Monday, Feb. 24, at the
Western p.m.Steer Steak House. The Brooker Town Council votedin given me a warning before takingmy ; felt Williams should not have imPounded sue the town of Brooker over the would recommend that the moneynot
Parents of BHS students are a special meeting last Thursday, car," said Thomas. the car without a warning. matter. be"taken from the marshal'ssalary
especially invited. Feb. 13, to accept the resignation of The council agreed that a warningor 'He could have walked up and Attorney Roger Blinn told the said Blinn.
The annual spelling bee at Marshal Darren Williams and reim- at least notification, while not re- knocked on the door at least, said council that he did not think it wouldbe Blinn warned that in doing so the
Southside Elementary is set at 8:30 burse Keith Thomas from town quired by law, would have been a Stalnaker.The a good Idea to reimburse Thomas council might be making even more
a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25. funds for the expense he incurred in good idea. "A situation like this re- council voted first to pay' from Williams' wages. trouble for the town, since they
The Bradford Zoning Board is having his car impounded. quires a man to use his own judge Williams for the month of February, "This situation involves a numberof would probably be in violation of
set to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. Williams impounded Thomas' car ment. The man just used no judge although the resignation was effec- questions and my impression Is wage and hour rules and Williams
suit the
25, In the Starke city hall. after he found the car parked with ment at all," said Council MemberC.J. tive on Feb. 12, and then deduct $100 that the money (to reimburse could bring a against town
The Starke Zoning Board is two wheels off the road and two Stalnaker. from the $200 the marshal receives Thomas) probably should not be that would be much more serious
scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Thurs- wheels on the road, in violation of a Thomas was forced to pay a $50 each month to reimburse Thomas. taken out of wages earned by the than any suit Thomas might bring.
day, Feb. 27, in city hall. town traffic ordinance. impound fee to get his car back and marshal. It probably can be taken Blinn recommended that Thomasbe
reimbursed In
Free blood pressure checks will also lost a full day at work. He works Thomas had told the council that out of any severance pay given to the some manner, say-
be given March, a Tuesday, In the Thomas admitted to the council for a trucking company "and the at an average day of work he earns marshal or from the funds saved Thomas ing that in although this matter a suit could filed by
library of Bradford Inc. that the car was parked as Williams truck left at 6 a.m. with another $100, but that he would settle for being through the town not having Williams be the probably
town the
The newly formed Alumni claimed it was, but contended that driver at the wheel, so since I didn't reimbursed for the $50 impoundfee marshal" from the time of won fees by in expense
Association of Bradford High he should have been asked to move have a way to get to work by 6a.mI plus $50 for half a day's pay resigned to the time a new marshalis suitwhether legal the town answering lost-the
School Is scheduled to meet March the car, or at least notified that it lost a full day s pay," said Thomas. since he did not car until hired, said Blinn. won or
10 a Monday, at 7 p.m. In the high had been removed from his yard. "I The council agreed that the situa- noon. In return, Thomas agreed to "I'm not saying that it can't be (See Brooker Law..p.zA)
school library. Everyone is invited. would think that he would have tion was unfortunate and said they sign a statement saying he would not done, but to be on the safe side I

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t. Lawson Pleads Guilty, Gets 20 YearsJ.

R. "Jim" Lawson was sentenced Following his arrest Lawson was Lawson said he had a clean record
to 20 years in prison Monday after charged with violation of probation. and had lived a lawabidding life. He

;r. AI. he pled guilty to attempted sexual He pled no contest to the VOP said he never intended to physically I,,,
battery on a child under 12 years of charge and was sentenced on Nov. 25 harm anyone.
to 30 months in the Department of Public Defender Dennis Wells said I

.. age.Lawson 43 a former Bradford Corrections. he felt his clients actions had causedno
; '' \. County School{ Board member was Lawson pled guilty Monday to a mental anguish on the boys involved ,

k '4 43 '- arrested Oct. 21 on two charges of lesser included charge of attempted I '
"- sexual battery and seven counts of sexual battery. Both the state and Judge Crews rejected the notion I
t r>> f'r lewd lascivious assault. At the time the defense had agreed on the that there was no psychological /i
I"'" ofhis arrest he was serving a 15-year sentencing in return for the plea.In damage to the victims, saying men ,
) '"( probation for lewd assault upon a negotiating the plea Assistant tal damage might surface later.'I'
I, child following a grand jury indict State Attorney Tom Elwell said the Crews ordered the 20 year
7 n' 'Y ment April 2, 1985. (That incident occurred remaining charges would be sentence be served consecutively.
in Sept. 1984) His arrest in dismissed. The state was satisified
F ,dw i ;i f ,r .. October resulted from recent incidents with the plea and the sentencing as
t 4 unrelated to the 1984 in were the parents of the boys involved the
1 cidents involving an elevenyearoldboy. in the recent incidents. Shower
Speaking on his own behalf,
I t bride 'I'II

; ,, Legislative Awareness Dinner Set Festive partyware Hallmark will make paper the I

y occasion special for the I

M State Senator Pro Tempore and a State Senator Bill Grant, bride-to-be and all her

d"f ., I 1 candidate for commissioner of D-Madison; Rep. Chance Irvine, friends Plates, napkins
>a R-Orange Park, and Rep. George and for
eight just
education Betty Castor will highlightthis Crady, D-Yulee, are scheduled to cups... I
$3.95. -
year' Legislative Awareness '"
Dinner sponsored by the Bradford present an overview of the upcoming ,,
I Education Association. 1986 legislative session, the major
ulk issues facing the legislator and the .
II + o y, The dinner is set at 7 p.m. tonight impact of the session on public + ,,

j fi (Thursday, Feb. 20) in the educationFor .
I Fellowship Hall of the First United .;'
./ r, d Methodist Church on the corner of more information, phone the
'"- Jefferson and Walnut Streets in Bradford Education Association of
Starke. fice, 964-5285.

The Top Grade Earners at Middle School... J -

Straight students at Bradford Middle School for Chandler, Kim Johnson, Tom Bradford, Steven Thorn- IhJ
March 1 is Deadline to Apply
the third slx-ueeks grading period are : ton, Jane Stanulx-Ilay.
Third row, standing: Danielle Smith, Cindy Davis, .
1\Jlchat'11\IcKlnnt'y und Becky Phillips. Mark Shford, Scott Duncan, Andy Smith, Brian ,? .

Second row kneeling or sittingjntrlette: ; Canova. For Homestead Tax ExemptionMarch .
1"I I. ,i"IIL I -
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1 is the deadline to apply Home owners will forfeit approx--
14 Earn Straight A's atBMS for homestead exemption for 1986, ornately $400 in tax savings if they -,
according to Property Appraiser fail to file for the homestead exemp
tion allowed under 196 of
Len Looney, Beth Jimmy Alvarez.
Fourteen 1.6 of the Wyntriette Chandler daughter of sey McKinney Florida Statutes. Under Florida law,
or percent Dan Moss, Angela Parrish Wayne Since March 1 falls on a Saturday, 964-8776
A75-member student body at Brad- Patrick, Jason Pilcher,Carl Richie, the final day for filing will be Mon
lord Middle School earned straightA's Karen Coleman, daughter of Mr. the first $25,000 of the value of a Edwards Road.Stark
March 3.
Vincon Robinson, Franklin Starling, day,
and Mrs. Burt Williams of Starke. homeoccupiedbyitsowneronJanlis
for the third six-weeks gra ingperiod All the renewal both
James Starling Leslie Shemer, MIsty applications, ,
Andy Smith son of Vo-Tech exempt from property taxes. The -r
which ended Jan. 20.
the and second Clark's-\
Telken, Craig Wise, Arkeva original a notice,
Another 95 students or 10.9 percent Director and Mrs. David Smith of Williams. have been mailed, so nobody will exemption has to be applied for each SHOP
of the student body earned all Starke. receive another renewal notice. year by all eligible tax payers.

A honor s and roll.B's for places on the A-B and Danielle Mrs. Dan Smith Smith daughter of Starke.of Mr Seventh Grade: Ashley Alday, .......

Regina Bass, Christina Bath,

A-Students Sixth Grade: Michael Becker, Jennifer Bennett, Bradford Baptist Church
: Michael McKinney, son of Asst Gary Don Brewer, Michelle Brown, Adams Carroll
The 14 straight-A students are by Sup of Schools and Mrs. Dewey Josh Crawford, Craig Cumming, (Temporarily at Southside Elem Cafeteria)
grade: McKinney of Starke Melissa Frampton Amy Griffis, '
Rebecca Phillips, daughter ofDlr. Michael Griffis, Brad Hamilton, Win in BrookerBoth
Eighth Grade: and Mrs. Michael Phillips of Julius Harden, Holly Hersey, Shan- Jana Buffington
Tom Bradford son of Mr. and Starke. non Hicks, Jay Hodge, Blaine Me- incumbents were unseated in Forest School Ocala
Bradford of the Melrose the Brooker Town Council election
Mrs.: Tim ofD1r Chesney, Mike McElroy Angel
Jane Stanwix-Hay
Nichols, Alpesh Patel, Danika held Tuesday, Feb 18.
Mrs. Stanwix-Hay Sunday EveningFeb.
and Ray
Davis daughter of Mr. Oaks. Richardson, John Robbins, Kim Incumbent Joe Tolleson gave his t
and Mrs. Edward L. Davis of Hampton Lake Hampton Ross, Kevin Snow, Kyle Starling, Group I seat to A.B. Adams by a .
23 6 t
A-B Honor Roll.. Carla Stephens, Tushine Vanzant, 21-vote margin. Adams, a previous pm
Scott Duncan son of Supt. of Lisa Varnes, Jill Williams, Monika Brooker town councilman, received Public Is Invited '
Schools and Mrs. Jim Duncan of The 95 students earning places on Williams. 54 votes and Tolleson received 33. dt/
Starke. the A-B honor roll are, by grade: Incumbent Gene Melvin vacatedhis Jana is a 16 year old singing sensa

.Kim Johnson, daughter of Mr. Sixth Grade: Stephanie Agin Group seat in favor of Roy Carroll tion from Forest High School in i
and Mrs. Jerral Johnson of Starke. Eighth Grade: Felicia Aaron, Kenya Atkins, Josh Bula, Mary Coleman 1 h by a 17-vote margin. Carroll Ocala. Jana is a junior and recently
Mark Shuford son of Mr. and Allison Archey Link Bishop, Jamie Angela Clemons, Misty received 52 votes and elvin received returned from a Music Conference .
!Mrs James Shuford of Lawtey. Bowen Charles Brown Kendra Crawford, Janice Davie, Eric Dam- 35. Carroll has also served on the In'Colorado where'she became a I
Steven Thornton son of Dir and Butler, Jennifer Dodge Gayle pier, Donna Dunlap, Shannon town council previously.Of finalist in a talent search competi ,
Mrs: Donald R. Thornton of Starke. Douglas Sarah Douglas Allison Elliott, Matt Eunice, Sophia Fanton, Brooker s 126 registered voters, tion. Jana has done several television appearances for local Christian /
Farnsworth Aimee Ferguson, Tonya George, Jay Groves, Mark 87 (69 percent) turned out in the programs&sings regularly for clubs organizations' &churches. .
Kevin Finch Donnie Francis, Christy Harden, Andrea Hewett, Deana poles.
Seventh Grade: Gault Kim Hampton, Cindy Har Holiday, Jennifer Keys, Tabatha
Brian Canova, daughter of Mr. ris, Bo Hersey Eva Hodge, Sara Rowe, Kristin Sapp, Kelley Stewart,
and Mrs David Canova of Kingsley Hodges Chris Kirkland Kevin Chris Snow, Brad Taylor, Brenda ,
1 Lake Krack Valarie Krack Tina Lind- Williams. TEN PIECESHRIMP

I Starke Softball Organizational Meetings SetThe DINNER i

Starke Recreation Association 7:45: p.m. also in the old armory Asecond series of meetings is set .'
for Monday, March 24 at 7:15
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-ore and Crawford Are Top- Spellers at Lawtey. Elementary. I

Don Kilgore was faced with a correctly and then Spell one additional -- "
101..ii ky situation when he had to spell word correctly in order to win.
"gooey"to become the top speller at That did not happen until Don \ '
Lawtey Elementary School wednes- spelled both "gooey' and "itemize"

correctly.In the elimination. round Don missed
: gimmick, acquaint, dilute, tidal t1 IL11 nift :
and malignant and spelled n. "f \ ,'
oi.r! bleachers, pillar, mirrored, cactus, .') ,.I'. t
archery, eavesdrop, causeway and ) :.t. --"
fabricate correctly.) ... ." :0:. b'"
f t 6 lll+ Jennifer missed: gimmick, pillar :!lit" .::./_: ..', ,
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-7 acquaint, jaunty, eavesdrop, malig 4 ;.Mt. ; :: )
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I.t I. nant and itemize and spelled: L d- "f ./ -.!.. r. .ft
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1 Spelling Finalists at Lawtey Elementary School...

All these students from Lawtey Elementary School qualified to enter Yolando Hankerson, Shantel Houston, Jennifer Crawford, Marla Scott
.: the school spelling bee and compete for the honor of going to the county- Shane Bennett Shawn Smith Gretchin Crews Erin Wilkinson.
Don Kilgore ; wide spelling bee in March. Front row,1 l-r) Dede Cox,Don Kilgore,David Starling.Anquan Austin
These students were the top spellers from the 5-7 grades at LES. Theyare Bradley Ball Keith Cow III'. lUcky Jackson Sherry Crum.
LES Top Spellerday s : (buck row. I-r) (:rnn vn llmitorhnn Donna I'iirttjHI: Corteftsn Dl""*.
Feb. 19, and be eligible to go to \ '"f / Cartessa Diggs hung in there
the county spelling bee in March. through the second round where she Child Development Center
Jennifer Crawford gave Don some missed "scrawl." I
stiff competition as the two vied for The third round saw five more
the position of top speller. Both Don ..::<<; valient spellers sit down. Sherry Initiates After-school ProgramThe
J and Jennifer, as well as second EI /"? ..- Crum missed "chapel," Donna
I runner-up Yolando Hankerson will ," /' Padgett missed "patronize," Marla
attend the county-wide spelling bee h '-4;"" Scott missed "sedan," Bradley Ball Bradford Union Child State Department of 11 US and are areas that they show an interest 1
in March to compete for the honor of missed "nestle," and Gretchin Development Center has recently in- Certified Child Care Workers Muscle development, hand eye cwr
i going on the regional bee. Jennifer Crawford1st Crews missed "orchard." itiated a new after-school program. The staff includes two master dination, science and entertainmentare
Don is the son of Donald and San- Transportation\ is provided from level professionals that provide all a part of the program A
dra Kilgore.Jennifer is the daughter Runner Up Geneva Hankerson and Dede Cox both Southside and Starke Elementary testing evaluation, consultation tumbling and gymnastics programis
I of Linda Weber and Yolando is the hung in there until the fourth round The program runs till 6 p.m training and curriculum develop- available and after school snack-
daughter of Beverly Golden. some tough words as seven of them where Geneva missed "relic" and and homework assistance is provided ment. Emphasis in plaredon are provided.
I Yolando dropped out the competition dropped out in the first round after Dede missed "immortal." the If interested in this SIT
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BENEFIT Final County Seat Election/ Kicked Off

R A Chris Thursday Campbell Fund "' With Big Picnic and Oratory in 1898The

February 20 final County Seat Election held in years at the turn of the century, carriedthe sweethearts, and enjoyable them,
1898 was the crucial one in a series that following account of this event: bent upon spending an day on
8:30: A.M.5:00: P.M. started in 1875 and resulted in the cour- LONG BRIDGE PICNIC the verdant, shady banks of New River,
thouse site being moved back and forth drinking in the thundering tones of elo
SPONSORED BY between Lake Butler and Starke four or First Meeting In the Court quence and logic poured forth by the
five times in the next 25 years.In House CampaignLast mighty giants of Starke and Lake Butler

LAWTEY UNLIMITEDAn a gentlemen's agreement to settle the Saturday at Long Bridge on New The politicians were there- rings and
Inmate organization designed to benefitthe long dispute, the partisan super-powers on River a mammoth basket picnic was held- anti-rings, and some so Hat they couldn't
( each side of New River had agreed that no the first meeting in the all-absorbing Court ring at all-shaking hands with their fellow
local community) matter which town won the election in House election campaign.The citizens,bowing and scraping to the ladies,
1898, a new courthouse would be built,thus crowd began to gather early in the and kissing the babies.
Lawtey Correctional anchoring the county seat for at least the morning, and kept on coming from all One could behold them elbowing and
next 20 years. State law provided that if a directionsfrom the metropolis of Starke, smiling through the assembled crowd,still
InstitutionS county built *a new courthouse, another and the suburbs of Lake Butler. They hunting, and putting in a prop here and
election could not be held for at least 20
from the the scrubs location for
Fla. came countryside! there in behalf of his favorite a
200B Lawtey years. and out in the byways and hedges. They temple of Justice, until the Marshal of the
Consequently, all the stops were pulledout came in wagons, buggies, carts, on day announced that the meeting was for
Car Wash & Vacuum-2 Wash Vacuum & Wax-8 to win the fatal 1898 election and the horseback, muleback, footback, and the purpose of discussing the whys,
fired a-walking, until about four five hundred Never-the-
opening guns were at a mammoth or wherefores, and howsoevers.
All Proceeds Go to the Chris Campbell Fund picnic held at Long Bridge in June of that persons had collected. less, the courthouse question was upper-\
year. The Florida Advocate, a weekly They brought their wives, daughters, most in all their minds, and the big guns'I
newspaper published in Starke for several from Starke and Lake Butler were loaded
for bear and about to explode.

Then the mighty elements of Starke and

Public Invited to View Video TapesOn Lake and darted Butler blue-forked closed in thunderous streaks at uproar each

etrircmiALsUnity other, causing havoc and consternation
amongst the audience, and leaving the
E.B. Treatment, Feb. 28, March 1 1 field strewn with the wavering and con-

--s WI. victed.The fusilade was led by J.L. Hill for
Lake Butler, followed by C.L. Peek of
The public is invited to attend a video tape presentation in the Starke, and the onslaught was kept up byJ
BUS auditorium Friday and Saturday nights, Feb. 28 and B. Crews of Lake Butler, followed by
March 1, shown by Tony de Gabriel of Toronto, Canada. T.A. Knight of Starke,and ended with G.P.
Needed in Response Markillie of Lake Butler, interspersedwith
Now 33 years old, de Gabriel was born with E.B. (epider- music with a violin and guitar.

molysis bullosa) the same skin disorder that afflicts Chris During the interim, beneath the

Of Two Boards to SuitsIn Campbell of Starke. The tape will show before and after pictures spreading boughs of neighboring oaks, a
tempting feast was spread, which had
of de Gabriel and will depict the treatment he received at
clinic in West been prepared by those present. Ample
the Kozak Germany. justice was done to this part of the program

the forthcoming negotiations aris The history of voting methods in While here, de Gabriel will assist in final arrangements for whetted by by all the attending, with appetites

ing from suits filed by the Bradforc Bradford Countyindicates that at-large Chris to leave around the middle of March for treatment at the fiery oratory.

County branch of the NAACP (Nationa voting is conducive to commissioners clinic which is now located in Gerona, Spain. The day.was most enjoyably spent, par--
ticularly by those who had the honor of ad-
Association for Advancement of Co) taking a broader view of the needs of the
the of whom
dressing occasion, some on
ored People) seeking single member entire county, rather than a narrow Successful fund-raising events have been staged here duringthe their return home,were surprised to learn
districts for the election of County Com- view of "what's best for my district." past several weeks to finance Chris's trip to Spain and treat- that the courthouse was still sitting calmly
mission and School Board members, it ment at the clinic. and serenely where she was in the morn-

is of great importance that district lines Until 1947, all Florida counties elected
The film will be shown at 7:30: p.m., and is open to the public. ing.Editor's
remain the same for both boards if any their commissioners on the basis of ( Note: The courthouse at that
changes in boundaries are made. To votes cast only in the district in which time was in Starke, and was located in the

have divergent district lines would they reside. After 1947 a constitutional Weekend Events Add Another $2,500To Red Man's Hall, a two-story frame
building that belonged to the Red Men, a
create a chaotic situation in the voting amendment changed this to make at- secret organization which still exists in

process of Bradford County. large voting mandatory as a step in the Chris Campbell Fund for TreatmentTwo some parts of the country today. Starke
direction of better government for all. won the 1898 election and the red brick
Separate suits have been filed againstthe So far as we know it was not done with courthouse was built in 1902.)
County Commission and the School of weekend events added another$2,500 to the Chris Campbell fund that will
any thought discriminating against
enable Starke's E.B. victim to undergo treatment next month at the Kozak The heated election was also accom-
Board and the cases were assigned to minorities. Then, in 1974, an amend- Clinic in Spain. panied by a battle royal between the

the jurisdiction of separate judges. ment was adopted allowing each county The WPXE DJs and Starke Kiwanis team defeated WQIK DJs 75-55 in Satur- editors of the Lake Butler Bulletin on one
to have the option of at-large voting or day's basketball game at the BHS gym, with ticket sales and contributions side, and The Florida Advocate and the
The pre-trial conference in the suit creating single member districts. A totaling $1,120.80.The Bradford County Telegraph on the Starke

against the School Board is set for May third alternative provided for boards Waldo Baptist Church won Saturday's co-ed Softball tournament, with side.
the Jonesville Baptist Church near Gainesville in second place. Receipts from *
8, earlier than the date set for the County -
composed of five singlememberdistrict the tournament and the fish fry, both sponsored by the church totaled togetherwith The Courthouse remained in Starke until
Commission. The School Board has
commissioners and two electedat the divided, forming
some earlier events over $1,200. 1921 when county was
already approved proposed redistric- large, to create a sevenmemberboard. Union County west of New River, with
ting plans, although redistricting was Lake Butler as the county seat.
not called for in the NAACP suit, which

only requested single member dis- This latter option is an alternativethat

tricts. Bradford County does not need,

since it would place an additional strainon County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor J
Florida statutes
Although provide budget financing at a time when
that redistricting must be done on the shortage of funds is already critical.In .
basis of population, School Board at-

torney Terence Brown who presentedthe view of the fact that more than 2C Last week I discussed garden planningand a reaction below pH 5.5 indicates a need in the soil, controlling them becomes apart
two School Board district plans, Florida counties have already beer. design. Your next step should be soil for lime, and 5 pounds of dolomitic lime of preparing the soil for planting.
based preparation and liming. per 100 square feet is a fairly effective application Most chemical controls should be applied
says a plan on registered voter ordered to change to single member Probably the most physical part of to start a remedial program. about two weeks before planting.
strength could be decreed by federal districts by Federal courts, local at- vegetable gardening is preparing the soil Dolomite is a good liming material due Bedding-elevated soil beds may be need-
court and would take precedence over have advised the variousboar for planting. On large gardens, to its magnesium content but because of its ed where puddling or flooding might cause

the state law requiring districts basedon that they are certain to lose the mechanical equipment such as a rototiller relatively slow reaction it should be applied root damage. Also beds often are

population. The School Board plan suits brought against them, and that the or and tractor-drawn even the hiring plow of often such equipment is necessary of, well ahead of planting if possible. beneficial to such root crops as carrots and

"Exhibit B" is based on qualified elec- expedient thing to do is to the itself be potatoes. Otherwise, it may be advan-
negotiate a job may practical. However, The lime or dolomite should be spread tageous to plant seeds on a level surface to
tors and would give blacks a majority ina settlement with the NAACP lawyers in on smaller gardens the task can be accomplished evenly over the garden before plowing or insure moisture in the root zone. Where

new District 3, formed by combiningnow order to avoid the high cost of litigation.This with a spade, spading fork or spading it into the soil to a depth of six in- beds are needed, they can be constructedwith
registered voters in precincts 2 shovel. ches. a hoe, wheel plow or garden tractor.
(East Lawtey) and 7 (Starke's Reno). may be true, but it is difficult for before Turn the ground when the about soil three weeks Fertilizing-while preparing the soil for I'll discuss fertilization and planting in
is dry enoughto
planting planting you will need to consider the fer later articles. In the meantime, call or
the layman to understand how a court work.. Turn the soil completely over tilizer needs of the soil and plants. office if
come by County Agents
If of the School Board's your you
one plans could lend credence to a "Statement of when spading.. Nematodessince these troublesome, want a soil test kit,or if you have any ques-
receives early court approval, it is con- Facts" that contains obvious Weeds, cover crops and added organic root-feeding microscopic eel-worms live tions.
sidered likely that the judge assigned to of exaggerations matter such as animal or poultry manure
the Commission suit would also statutory practices"without may all be spaded under at the same time.
Count giving any specifics. Such as: Sufficient time must be allowed for the
plan of redistricting rather freshly turned-under.organic material to Forestry in Bradford County I
than order conflicting or overlapping decompose and become fairly well-rotted
Bradford has
County a long By David W. Norton Bradford Co. Forester
districts of the two boards.In discrimination against and disenfran- before seeds are planted. Woody plants
materials such sticks and dried
chisement of qualified black voters and fennel stalks are best removed from dog-the Now is the time to take the steps to the hole in the yard, long before you move
order to avoid possible complications denial to black voters and candidates of garden rather than cut into the soil. transplant shade trees into your yard this the tree. Dig wider and deeper than the
later it that winter. dirt ball will be, and plan to fill the extra
a Likewise
appears joint equal access to the political processes. perennial grass and weed pest
meeting of the full membership of both should be removed wherever possible to Trees are easiest and best obtained froma space with good soil with plenty of humus.

boards should be held at an early date in Blacks in Bradford County have suf- eliminate recurring problems. nursery, where good health and expert This will give the tree's new rootlets next
a growing medium. Stakes
Break all clods and level with a rake, or care given the tree can be taken for year good; are
order to iron out any possible conflictsof fered from racial discrimination harrow the soil soon after turning to main- granted. Trees grown to good sizes in pots needed if the tree is tall enough to be rock-
district lines that might arise, beforeit perpetrated by Defendants and othersin tain good soil texture and prevent excessive are far easier to move into your yard ed too much by the wind.

is too late. various areas of public affairs. drying. For small-seeded crops without danger. One last word of caution: trees with

such as carrots, and all crops to a certain Still, many folks who own a patch of large taproots such as pines or pecans
The pending suits once again focus at- Black residents and voters of Brad- extent, a finely pulverized surface insures woods, or who can get permission from a should not be transplanted after they
tention on the relative merits of at-large ford County have had less opportunitythan easier planting, better germination and landowner who does, will want to bring in reach 5' in height. Too much damage may
more even A plank drag be us- result from transplanting which
native trees from the woods. And with may
residents in proper
voting for members of the various white to participate ed to fit the soil for planting on larger care, this can be done with relativeease result in death.
boards, as done at present, or going to the political process and to elect gardens. A hand rake may serve the same though there's much physical work
single member districts as requested in representatives of their choice. purpose in smaller plots.In involved.

the NAACP suit. The day has come Such vague accusations should not be cludes many the application gardens, soil of a liming preparation material in- The ideal steps are to root prune the Letters"The

when black representation on our made without offering supporting where a soil test shows it to be needed. selected tree where it grows this winter,
justified, and blacks evidence, if such exists. Most vegetables grow best on a soil that and plan to dig it up and put it in the yard Video Tape
have demonstrate that they can be has a pH between 5.5 and 6.5 (or slightly next winter.How does one prune the roots?
Blacks can and are winning an in- acid). The symbol pH and the figures accompanying Simply cut straight into the earth in a circle Rental RipOff"As
elected their merits. For in-
on own creasing number of influential political it are used to express the around the tree by pushing in a sharp, a citizen of Bradford County, I
stance, Lawtey now has a black majority positions throughout the nation on their degree of soil acidity. A toil with a pH of narrow spade to a depth of about one foot. wondering why there was a large infiltra-was
on its city commission, as well as a One of these is 7.0 is neutral, while one with a pH of 6.9 or Leave the tree where it is and new rootlets tion of new video tape rental businesses
qualifications. in
black city clerk. A black also came Rep. below is acid or "sour" and one with a pH will grow next summer. Then remove it this county. I feel it is because there
William Gray, of Pennsylvania, who, of 7.1 or above is alkaline or "sweet". with a ball of earth next winter, digging a be in
close to winning a seat on the Starke City a huge profit it,as you will see as you
according to reporters for the Wall Proper applications of lime made to extremely few inches outside the original pruningcut. read the rest of this letter.
Commission several
years ago. Street Journal, has "already emergedas acid soils will increase the production Please understand that this should not I have a four-year-old son who I pick up
be attempted if the tree
of most vegetables. The main func- appears from
school in the
of the most influential black evenings
one nursery One
It should also be that unhealthy. It also should not be
recognized tions of soil attempted
lime are to reduce acidity, to Friday evening I picked him up and
in the nation. went
single member districts might actually politicians supply nutrients, mainly calcium, to the without mechanized equipment once the to a local video rental store. My son pickedout
result in lessening the influence of black Gray, they say, "reflects a generationof soil, and to bring minor soil nutrients into tree is larger than 4" in diameter.You a Batman and Robin tape. The time
voters in the county, rather than elected black Democratic leaders usable form. A well-limed soil helps to can skip the root-pruning step and was between 5:30: and 5:45 p.m. At that
avoid such problems as a blossom-end rot still expect your tree to do well 11 you moveit time, I paid $3 for the tape.
lies less in the old civil
it. whose strength
strengthening Although single of tomatoes which is related to an inadequate The
with the ball of dirt intact around the next day, Saturday, I worked from i 9
member distncts might Increase the rights movement than in their ability to calcium supply Apply liming roots. As a rule of thumb,figure to removea a.m. to 5 p.m. At 3 p.m. the video rental
chance of electing one black member on show tangible results in a system they materials only if a soil test indicates a dirt ball one foot in diameter for each one store called me at work interrupting
each board, it would also take away the share with whites." The achievementsof need for them because too much lime in inch of tree trunk. Thus, a two-Inch sapl- business between myself and my
"rights" of all county voters, including Rep.Gray and many others of his the soil may be just as bad as too little. ing, a two-foot ball of dirt, this is as big as customer. Apparently the tape had been
Liming materials and the amount to apply the average person is likely to handle. reserved and the store wanted to rent it out
blacks, to have a voice in electing all race prove that the day has come when depend upon the soil reaction (pH and Wrap the dirt ball tightly In burlap or for another $3. I could not get away from
five commissioners on each board, blacks can make it in politics on their the type of soil, among other things. Oftenit plastic sheet for it should stay firm during work and therefore returned the l tape at
rather than just one. In at-large voting, is necessary to consult a technical ad- the move and the roots should not be allowed 5:15: p.m. after I got off work, I was charged :
blacks now have and would continue to own.How visor to determine the proper liming program to dry out. an additional $3 for a late fee, for l\Tu
much more satisfying and for your garden soil. But in general, and one-quarter hours.
provide an important "swing vote" in challenging it should be to an elected You should choose the spot and prepare I feel that to charge a child $Ii i iT ?

every commission race- fact that in- black to know that his or her success in children's tape of a one hour !length I is I
sures them the attention of all mp", ws politics derives from well-deserved sup- ridiculous.The consumer nhuuldhewarei;) I I
this in the future. I will not he
'I[ rippers nil|
of the commission not just the one port and personal qualifications rather like that again even if I IJt, an>'rrxrc.
from their district. than a mere predominance of numbers. business with this particular store f

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' Share Tew, Herb Bohannon Candi Whitlow, Randy Chitty 'i

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Married Dec. 14 in JacksonvilleMiss Honored at Reception SundayCandi

Shara C. Tew, daughter of med with red and white satin bells Whitlow and Randy Chitty Mrs. Linda Johns and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Tew of accented with Juniper and ligustrum were honored with a reception Sun- Winkler. Assisting in serving were

Lawtey, and Herb Byron Bohannon, cuttings. day afternoon, given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mrs.
son of the late Mr and Mrs. Charles Wedding music was provided by Mrs. James Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Warren.
A. Bohannon of Gainesville, were soloist J.R. Roberts, assisted by his James Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Out of town guests included the
married December 14 at the New band, Alive on Arrival, a Christian William\ Haas, Col. and Mrs. H.M. bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Covenant Ministries In Jacksonvilleat rock group. Hatcher, Jr. (RU Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Newman, Jr., of Jacksonville,
5:30 p.m. Best man was Jimmy Shultz and John Frank Mitchell I, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Biggs of
Mr. Joe Robinson performed the ushers were Ronnie Tew, Mike Mrs. George Winkler, at the Hatcher Gainesville, the Dan Millward fami-
ceremony before an archway trim- Chase and Mike Minerd. rye home on East Call Street. ly from Jacksonille, Mrs. Isabelle
The bride, given in marriage by Upon her arrival, the brideelectwas Wenzel, Mrs. Frances Peteres and
Husband PresideAt her father, Homer W. Tew, appeared presented with a corsage and a Mrs. Marie Tenly, great aunts of the
in a gown with a white chan- serving piece to her chosen groom-elect, all from Gainesville
Jr. Woman's Club tilly lace bodice with full chiffon, stoneware. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark of;

The Starke Junior Woman's Club decorated with white pearls. Thebride's Inviting guests to meet the Jacksonville and LTC James Rogers
met Feb. 10 for their regular mon- veil was made by her honored couple were Col. and Mrs. from Gainesville.
thly meeting. The Juniors mother, Viola Tew. Hatcher. 150 guests were invited to
celebrated Valentine's Day by br- Bridal flowers were red roses and call between 3 and 5 p.m Video
inging their husbands and letting white mums, acccented with holly, movies were taken by Col. Hatcher
them preside over the meeting. greenery, and babies' breath with and presented to the honored couple.
Dr. Dennis Connaughton was the red and white satin lace. The refreshment table was
presiding officer. After the meeting Her maid of honor was Sheila M. es. covered with a braided embroidered
refreshments were served with a Tew, her sister. Attendants were batiste tablecloth and centerpiece
valentine theme in mind. The table Kim C. Hall, Ginger Jinosic, Susan r4aJ arrangement of silk lotus, lillies, and
centerpiece was donated by Wilson's Peugh, and Hollie Marie Tew was sand-dollars, with an Oriental flair.
Florist. flower girl. They all wore 3-tiered Silver trays held delicious sand- .
The highlight of the evening was red satin dresses, which were handmade wiches and pastries.
the Newly-Oldywed Game. The contestants by the bride's mother, Viola Mrs. Don Rardon and Mrs. Neil
were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tew. Susan Peugh's gown was made Tucker invited guests to the refresh-

Autry, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman by her mother.All I ment table Mrs. William Haas, Mrs. ,
Register, Dr. and Mrs. Len Schlof- the attendants' bouquets were fMr. James Reddish, Mrs. Vernon Red-

man, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Torode. created with white mums, babies'breath .. dish and Mrs, Bobby Biggs served IY Iw I
The winners were Mr.and Mrs. Bob- holly and Christmas : r coffee. Serving punch were Mrs.

by Autry They receive a com- greenery. George Roberts, Mrs. Eldon Hardy,
plimentary dinner for two donatedby Following the ceremony, a recep- liP
Western Steer. tion was held at Woodlake Clubhousein Woman's Club Held

The executive board will meet Mandarin.The bride's. table featured white ....-- .......-... ----- Meeting Feb. 12 .
Feb. 24 at 7:30 at Western Steer. The
satin bells, lighted with white The Feb. 12 meeting of the
regular meeting for the Jr. Woman's .and Mrs. Herb Bohannon
Club will be Mar. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at candles, and accented with holly and Woman's Club of Starke was hosted
the Woman's Club. poinsettias. The punch table by the International Affairs Committee
featured red candles accented with featuring a speaker from
poinsettias and greenery. Foreign Friendship, Inc. Included in Judy Strickland
Weeks Held Mon.The
"Joyful Woman"Conference Jimmy Carter and Scott Sawyer Chapter Meeting the meeting were a luncheon com Tudy O'Neal

Set greeted guests at the door. Sandy prised'of dishes from around the StricklandO'NealEngagement

For Mar. 14.15 Sommese, sister of the groom, servo W.T. Weeks Chapter of the Weisgerber urged all members to at- world, songs from England,
ed the cake. The bride's book was United Daughters of the Con- tend.Mrs. Scotland, Ireland and the U.S., and Told

Hope Baptist Church on Highway kept by Ginger Herndon, assisted by federacy met Monday,Feb. 17 at the Lloyd Wike, historian, gave love songs in honor of Valentine'sDay. Mr. and Mrs. William Crouse of
100 invites all area ladies to attend Connie Snider, sister of the groom. Western Steer Restaurant. the program on "The Calvary- .
our Joyful Woman Enrichment Con Mr. and Mrs. Bohannon will residein Reports on the recent District II What It Meant to the Confederacy"and Mrs. J. Trawick gave the Invoca- Lawtey announce the wedding Strickland plansof
their home which is in the Meeting in Jacksonville were given told several anecdotes their daughter, Judy ,
ference on March 14-15, led by Mrs. new amusing tion and devotion. After the introduction of Jewel
John R. Rice and her daughter, Mrs. process of being built in Lawtey, by Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber and regarding Calvary movements in of guests, a minute of to O'Neal L.N. of(Tudy Starke) O'Neal and Larry, son O'Nealof
Elizabeth Handford, from Mur- hopefully to be completed in April. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. the war. She also told of the outstan- silence was observed in memory of .

freesboro, Tenn. Shara graduated from Bradford Mrs. Weisgerber announced that ding officers who served. in the Mrs. V. J. Spengler, a past presidentof Keystone Heights.The will be an event of
Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Handford will High School and Fla. College of the Sons of the Confederates will Calvary.The the Woman's Club of Starke. wedding 7:30 and will
Mar. at
be speaking on such subjects as Medical and Dental Assistants andis hold their 3rd Annual Battle of U-shaped table was covered Bradford High School Spanish be Friday held at Grace 7 : p m Church on

marriage, child rearing, mid-life a representative for a log home Perry's Plantation on the site of the with lace cloths with English ivy and teacher Ron Reagan, who is also Griffis Starke.Baptist A reception in
crisis, living alone, prayer life and firm. plantation once owned by Madison camellias trailing down the center of local representative of Foreign the Loop in hall will follow the
Bible study, and the glory and Herb is a graduate of Santa Fe Starke Perry, Governor of Florida the tables. The centerpiece was an Friendship was Introduced. The non fellowship

strength of God's presence. Junior College and attended University 1857-61 and Colonel of the 7th Florida arrangement of Confederate profit organization is deducated to ceremony.No invitations being sent but
are ,
The conference will begin Friday of Fla. and is a former Infantry, C.S.A. The battle will reference books topped with a set of aiding children in gaining an all friends and relatives are invitedto
evening at 6 p.m., dismiss at 9:30: titleholder of Mr. Florida and Mr. begin at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 22 the American and Confederate understanding of varying culturesby attend.

.' p.m. and resume Saturday at 9 a,m. Jacksonville in body-building com- and also on Sunday, March 23 at 1 flags. providing the opportunity for
i Due to limited seating, pre- petition. He is now the manager of p.m. This event is held 6 miles east Guests present were Mrs. Effie them to learn about different coun-
registration is encouraged. Call American Fitness Center in of Gainesville, off State Road 20 at Carter, Mrs. Joan Hall, Mrs Blonnie tries at a low cost through an ex Annie Dean,
church office at 473-4188. Jacksonville. Rochelle. Signs will be posted. Mrs. Derkman and Mrs. Linda Sullivan. change program. Children are placed Johnny Herring
Th** oil d a d f/\t ITnriA homes where there
car are
gi sup an aigucu a lur riupt: in
Haynes in celebration of her 95th birthday youngsters of similar ages, for a Engagement Told

I.t t Public--Notl- Feb. 18. period of three weeks. In its first Mr. and Mrs. Joe Louis Dean of

ce:!. ...nn. ..n.. ..........._.u.. ........._.0.no.. ._.n..n.. . I year of operation here, Foreign Starke announce the engagementand
I Friendship placed 9 students locally. approaching marriage of their
St. Edward's Church As the program grows and develops daughter, Annie Jean Dean, to
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO lit floor to b. opened at the Board said day on the premises of the Bradford Lenten Devotions Reagan is hopeful of having BHS Johnny Lee Herring, son of Rev. and
REGISTER regular monthly meeting, Monday County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell students travel to Spain on an exchange Mrs John Wesley Herring, of
FICTITIOUS NAME Morev-3r'1986.-at 10:00: A.M. to the highest bidder for cash In hand, During the Fridays of Lent at 7:30: basis. Jasper.
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida ONLY LICENSED SCRAP METAL the above described property of said p.m. special Lenten Devotions are Mrs. P. Slack gave the history of Miss Dean graduated from Brad-
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th.und.rslgnedChart..W.H.avn.rend DEALERS WELCOMEDI! defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. held at St. Edward's Catholic St Valentine, and the origin of sen- ford High and is employed by River-
C. The dealers must have their own Chgrch. This consists of Stations of ding cards on the day dedicated to side Uniform Rental in Starke. Mr.
E. Powell, joint owners, doing businessunder LIABILITY INSURANCE COVERAGE to Dolph Bradford E. Reddish Florida Sheriff the Cross followed by Benediction of the 3rd century Italian saint. Miss Herring graduated from Hamilton
the firm nom. of Starke Mini- submit a bid. County the Blessed Sacrament. All are in- Virginia Crawford favored Club and is employed by Teal Tile
The Board shall the sale of the 2/6 4tchg 227IN High
said fictitious renew
Storag., Int.nd. to register vited to attend. members with a beautiful renditionof and of Starke.
name under the aforesaid junk metal every six ((6)) months and the.ucce..ful St Edwards Parish is also par- "More", Mrs. J. W Griffin The Carpet wedding will be an event of
the of
statute. buyer shall have option ticipating in the Operation Rice responded by singing "0 Sole Mio"Then March 8 at 4 p.m., at Greater
Doted this 2nd day of F.bruory,1986, either paying full. on a monthly term or pay. Bowl program. This advocates Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Churchin
In Bradford County. m.nt eating a reduced meal once a week W.B. Scoggins led club members in Starke.
2/204tchg3/13 ALL OF THE COUNTY'S RULES AND THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH during Lent. The money saved is singing several love songs, accom-
REGULATIONS AT THE LANDFILL! JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR then placed in a rice bowl container panied by Mrs. Canvas ..
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA which is donated later to In the business meeting which
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO The Board reserves the right to reject Case No. 86.22
REGISTER any and all bids! The of community self-help programs, followed, Mrs. Leola Cristy was King-Rehberg
: Marriage
FICTITIOUS NAME Gilbert S. Brown reinstated, becoming the club'snewest Engagement ToldMs.
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Clerk to the Board Husband Homemakers Club member.
Mrs. G. Roberts announced the Patricia King of Starke an-
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 2132tchg220NOTICE and
Feb. 13
undersigned James G. Walker and W.P. IRENE C. LLOYD Met date change for the annual May nounces the engagement of her

joint owners, doing business OF AUCTION Wife Bradford County Extension breakfast which will now be held daughter, Lorris Lynette, to William
under the firm name of Stark. Chrysler- NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO Homemakers Club met Feb. 13 at May 14 at 11 a.m. This date of the second Winfield Rehberg son of Mr and

Plymouth-Dodge, Inc., d/b/a North Feb. 24, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M? : ROY W. LLOYD. the Ag Building with 15 present. Wednesday of the month wouldbe Mrs Harry Rehberg all of Starke,
Florida Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge, Inc., the normal Woman's Club The wedding is planned for April 4
the undersigned, Gator Frelghtways, ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Out of town guests were Kay
Intends to register said fictitious name Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Frowick from the Alachua Extension meeting day.A at Madison St, Baptist Church.
under the aforesaid statute. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one for dissolution of marriage has been Homemaker Club, and Margieand standing ovation was given to The bride-elect is still attending
Doted this 4th day of February, A.D.. lot of shoes consigned to Designer filed against you and you are required to Babette Sapp from New River. Mrs. C.E. O'Steen for her efforts including Bradford High School Santa Fe
1986, In Bradford County. Shoes, Clearwater Fla., to satisfy serve a copy of your written defenses, if Gayle Roberts, Social and Ac- chairmanship of the building Community College and is employedby
2/6 4tchg 2/27 freight and storage charges, under the any to It, on the Petltlon.r'/Wif. attorney tivities Director for WhisperingPines restoration and the Antique and Col- Western Steer.
provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform whose name and address is: Care Center presented the lectible Show, which would not have Rehberg is a graduate of Bradford
Standard Bill of Lading. JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. Members were encouraged been possible without her High School and is employed by
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Got9f Freightways, Inc., Carrier TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A.P. program.to volunteer their time and endeavors.Mrs. Jackson's Building Supply.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR .<" 2.693932dtd 1210852132tchg220 O. Drawer 40
talents to the center. Hostesses were H. Gruen invited all general
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Starke. Florida 32091
members Jr. Woman's Club
club ,
Martha and Lane Tenly.
CASE NO. 85.133-CA J ((904)) 964-8272 Miley and Juniorettes and their mothers to Pine Valley Has
IN RE The Marriage of NOTICE OF AUCTION and file the original with the Clerk of the the Second Annual Sisterhood Tea
JAMES T. KRAMER NOTICE-Is hereby given that on Monday above styled court on or before March Valentine BanquetThe
the Jr. Woman's Club,
and by
Husband, ,Feb.24, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock A.M., 12 1986, otherwise, a judgment may be Country Music which sponsored will be held at the Gruen homein Pine Valley Congregation
the undersigned, Gator Frelghtways, entered against for the relief
and you Pigeon Show Set Club Estates Satur- Holiness Church had their Valentine
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at demanded In the Petition Country
NANCY R. KRAMER, For Mar. 2 day Mar 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Banquet at the Starke Recreation
2600"Lloyd Rd, Jacksonvill., Fla., on. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said ,
OF ACTION; Center Pratt St Friday Feb.
lot of tile Court this 23rd of 1986. Members were reminded that the on on ,
consigned to Jim Ryan S. on day January
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE NO PROPERTYYOU A Country Music Show as well as a 14.
will be the
CLERK upcoming March meeting
Pasadena Fla., to satisfy freight and GILBERT BROWN.
NOTIFIED that an action for Show will be held for all the decorated with the
ARE storage charges, under the provisions of By Deputy Clerk Pigeon last opportunity to bring in "white The room was
dissolution of marriage has been filed Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of 1/30 4tchg 2/20 pigeon fanciers on Mar. 2 at Cowboy elephants" to be sold at the club traditional valentine decor.
against you and you or. required to Lading. Junction, Hwy. 44 and Jet. 490, booth at the Antique and Collectible Guests enjoyed a meal of turkey

serve a copy of your written defenses. If Gator. Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Lecanto, Fla. Show and Sale. We must have itemsto and dressing with all the trimmings,
any to It on Eugene F. Shaw Plaintiff's 2.685244 dtd 12/16/85 The Country Music Show, starring sell, if we are going to have this prepared by the ladies of the church.
attorney, whose address Is 925-E North 2l32tchg220AUCTION Buddy Max, with Wally Jones, Jay booth, so please remember to collect Each couple was presented with a
Temple Avenue, Stark., Florida 32091, Bennet and Leo Vargason and the donations and bring them to the picture as a memento of the occa-
on or before March 20, 1986. and file the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Cowboy Junction Band starting at 2 next meeting. sion.
original with the cl.rk of this court NOTICE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR p.m., is a benefit for the St. BasilsHome Due to the show and sale, there
.Ith.r before service on plaintiffs attorney NOTICE Is her.by given that on Mon. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA for Unwanted Children. will not be a bridge/canasta luncheon -
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise day, Feb 24, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock CASE. NO. 86-11-CP ((1.3708)) The Suncoast Cloggers with their party during March. They will Attention:
default will be entered againstyou A.M. ., the undersigned Gator IN RE The Estate of famous Appalachian Mountain Clog-
a in April on the regularly Clubs I IIf
Inc., will sell at public auction resume
\ for the relief demanded In the complaint DONALD ging will also appear on the show.
scheduled third Thursday.
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville !
or petition. Deceased There will also be a country music you would like to participate in
Dated on this 3rd day of February, one lot of KDF boxes and packingconsigned NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe show Mar. 1 at 2 p.m. for cancer victim any way to bring joy into the lives of
Jefferson Ward Cocoa ..
to of Announcing.
administration of the Estate Shows
1986. Tammy Baxter. go on elderly and in firmed HRS clients
GILBERT BROWN Fla., to satisfy fr.lght and storage DONALD FREDERICK MILLER Deceased shine Saturday and Sunday. Mackenzie Suzanne Jordan in Bradfordand
rain or who are currently our
charges, under the provisions of Section File No. 86-11-CP ((1-3708)), is pending In
A.Clerk of the Court Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordan of Union County Adult foster
J 4b of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
) the Circuit Court for Bradford County
the birth of a
Clerk Loris'
By Deputy GatorFreightwayslnc. .. Carrier Florida Probate Division the address of Starke announce homes, please contact Ms.
p 2134tchg36NOTICE 02.679124 dtd 11/18/85 which I I. Bradford County Courthouse, daughter, Mackenzie Suzanne, born Meece Aging and Adult Services
l 2/13 2tchg 2/20 Starke. Florida 32091. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO at Alachua General in Gainesville. Counselor at the Starke HRS office,
OF SALE Maternal grandparents are Mr
of the
The names and addresses per.sonal REGISTER
FOR NON.PAYMENT representative and the personal FICTITIOUS NAME and Mrs. Luther Grant of Ocala At present, there are twenty-six
i OF STORAGE UNIT representative's attorney are set forth Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Maternal great grandfather is Johr clients in this category. They would
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to NOTICE OF below. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the C. Grant of Ocala. like your help, support and ideas for
Florida Statutes 83,806 that en Feb 22, SHERIFFS SALE Interested persons are required to undersigned, Frank Young Enterprises, Paternal grandparents are Mr Easter and all through the coming
: 1936 10:00: a.m. a sale will be held at Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON Inc., sole owner doing business under and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live Oak year.
Building 2. Unit 42. Mini of America Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford County THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS the firm name ofFrank Young Accountant Great grandparents are Mr. anc I
Storage Highway 100. Keystone Florida under and by virtue. of Writ of NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate intends to register sold fictitious Mrs. H.A. Lawson of Live Oak anc I,
Heights, Fla., phone 4737683. This sale Execution to-wlt: and ((2)) any objection by an Interested name under the aforesaid statute Dr. and Mrs. A.D. Jordan of Gull
Involves property of the following Execution Issued out of County Courtof person to whom notice was mailed that Dated this 29th day of January. A.D.., Breeze, Fla. THE BRADFORD
'+ tenants and what Is believed to be Bradford County, Florida, pursuant to challenges the Validity of the will the 1986 In Bradford County. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
stored. a Final Judgment for B & M Starter and qualifications of the personal representative 2/6 4tchg 2/27
of Starke, Florida and Bradford Published every Thursdayat
Marti Protto Generator Co. of the
venue, or jurisdiction
P.O. Box 842 against Herman Schoenlng, d/b/a court. LodgeNo. 133 W. Call Street
Melrose, Fla. 32666Household Schoenlng Safety Service, defendant In ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Starke. Florida 32091
furnishings and beddingA the amount of $439,27, together with SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. STARKE 35
sale of the entire contents of unit costs of collection. Publication of this Notice has begunon Second Class postage paid at
made the highest bidder. If no -Have seued unu nave in
will be to my possession February 20 1986. CHURCH OF GOD F& AM
bidder the sale will be conducted pursuant the following Described personal Attorney for Personal Representative: Starke, FloridaSubscription
422 N.
rental between tenant to-wlt:
to property JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR.
and landlord. Stand up tool box with 21 drawers 'Including P. O. Box 1056 Walter F, Montz, Pastor Meets Every Rates:

2/13 2tchg 2/20 mechanics' tool., approximately Storke. Florida 32091 We invite you to worship with us. In-trade area: $10.00 per year ,
Second & Fourth
170 assorted wrenches, one 52-piece ((904)) 964.7262 Altinded Nursery
$5.50 six months
INVITATION TO BID drive socket set, assorted drill bits, Personal Representative: Sunday School . . . 10 am Monday
ON JUNK METAL MATERIALSAT sockets ratchets, pliers, screwdrivers, DONNA L. MILLER MornIng WonNp . . . Ilim Outside area: $11
tool per year
THE LANDFILL and assorted pieces.As 190 8th Avenue Evening Service . . . 6 pm 7:30 p.m.
for me'al Items at theCounty' the of the above named $6.00 six months
Sealed bids junk : property West Babylon NY 11704
Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: pm
,.the 3rd
C landfill site will be received at defendant and that on 3/20 2tchg 2/21 a
the Bradford County Courthouse In the day of March, 1986 at two clock on .
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_Z.:: i. t t t Named ;
Girl & Cutchins
Glamour Boy. Airman

I I Starke Elementary School NewsStarke .* Beauty Pageant Outstanding Airman i

.. Set for Mar. 1 .
Senior Airman Thurmon J. Cut-
Elementary students were James Hankerson, David Thomas, The beautiful Glamour Girl & Boy chins, son of Louise B. McDaniel and
recognized Friday, Feb. 7 for Carl Tyson, Stacey Floyd. 2nd
Beauty Pageant will be held Mar. 1 stepson of Morris McDaniel of '
outstanding achievement during the Grade: Angela Bentley, Eric at 11 a.m. in the Starke Woman'sClub Marlanna, has been named outstan- I
third six weeks award ceremonies. Gunter, Sherod Jefferson, Dwayne A ding airman of the quarter for the
Student of the Six Weeks: Chris Ken- Tennant, Jason O'Hara, Donnie There will be a Queen and King 1 fry dy 325th Security Police Squadron.
ney, Cardelia DeSue, Anneke Allen, Michelle Miller, Renee and 4 princesses in each age division Cutchins is a security specialist at
Brewer, Renae Morgan, Michelle Clemons, Teri Laney, Christine (0-23 months, 2-4 yrs., 5-6 yrs., 7-9 Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. He is a i!
O'Steen Robert Hewett Susanne Newsome, Rebeckah Gann, Bobby i
10-13 14-up). 1978 graduate of Marianna High
F yrs. yrs.
Joyner, Andrana Hamm, Drew Williams, Randall Moody, Carrie There will be a special Glamour School:
Wainwright, Matthew Rittman, Meng, Jill Lemr, Lakeisha Austin, Girl & Boy plaque for the talent win- His wife, Annette, is the daughterof
Angela Griffis, Tina Cowart, Annice Tony Baldwin, Michael Pusateri, ners, as well as a trophy, since it is William T. Bauldree of Marianna
Williams, Lakeisha Austin, Temika Danny Nugent, Missy Hammond, felt that talent is a very special partof and Evelyn N. Bauldree of Starke.
Berry, Bethany Modesitt, Christy Kimberly Register, Louis Mann, the pageant.A .
Jones, Pergina Tyson, Robbie Casey Jackson, Donesian Chandler, r black and white television will
Bassett, Amy Parnsh, Estella Den- Anthony Aaron. 3rd Grade: April be given to the overall winner of the Benton Futch Maurice Overstreet
ton, Falina Yott, Georgia Lariscy, Gaskins, Katina Hampton, Jeff Chit- pageant. All winners andrunners-up
Vinnie Blye, Tara Lee Dixon, Bernard ty, Randy Joyner, Tommy Payne, will have a chance to compete in the Benton FutchNominated Receives Award
Johnson, Stephen McLeod. Shane Reddish, Guinnevere Adams, state and national pageants. A door for College"Who's
Spec. 4 Maurice B. Overstreet,Jr.,
Mo Improved Jessie Brown, Jar- Jason demons, Erin Brewer,
i : will be given and refreshments
rod Warren, Tim Johns, Charles Lee Ericka Cleveland, Judy Hankerson, ___ _____n_ will prize be served. Who"Benton son of Maurice and Doris Overstreetof
Johns, David McNelley, James Malena Roberts, Alena Cason, Keystone Heights; has been
For more information call Futch a Baptist Bible In- decorated with the second award of
Cadle, Stephanie Gunter, Kenneth Tasha Johnson, Joseph Mason, Tina Ransom and Mary Hess 473-2768. stitute student, has been nominatedfor the Army Achievement Medal in
Carmichael, Crystal Sellers, John Meng, Diane Neham Carey Who's Who Among Students in
Skipper, Dexter George, Jimmy Sluchak, Pergina Tyson, Alicia Gospel Music ProgramAt Baptist Youth Need American Universities and Colleges. West, The Germany.Achievement Medal is awarded
Ritch, Gennetta Johnson, Timmy Luther, LeAnn Carlton, Paige Hampton Christian Money for Ridgecrest Three Baptist Bible Institute to soldiers for meritorious service -
Olive, Becky Rowe, Jennifer Sellers, Smith, Brian Johns, Karla Harper students nominatedFutch
were ,
Lashay Marks, Angela Couey, Jeff Michele Wallace. 4th Grade: Jim Ransom and Mary, nationally Brooker Baptist Church and New along with David Rodgers and Alice acts of courage or other ac

Chitty, Jessica Bennett, Randy Spears, Darrin Young, Amy Parish, known gospel singers, will present a River Baptist Church are sponsoringa Rodgers, both of Trenton, Fla. All complishments.Overstreet is missile
Joyner, Tonya Martin, Chad Deese, Toni DeSue, Jeanie Dean,Justin Edwards program of gospel music at Hampton Chili Supper to begin raising funds three are prospective May, 1986 member with the a 61st Air Defense crew
Marcus Patray, Charity Crews, Alyson Dugdale, Quincy Christian Church on Sunday, for a trip to Ridg Rashaunda Hendrieth Mar. 2 at 11 a.m. Artillery. He is a 1981 graduate of
Miriam DeSue, Michelle Reed, Graham, vention in July.
Tracy Rhoden, Wesley Norman, Jeremy Hildebrand, Jennifer Mr. Hess has presented concertsto The eighth graders will be havingthe Bradford High School.
Patrick Evans, Donnie Burch, Jr., Sullivan, Brian Wynn, Falina Yott, audiences nationwide, appearing supper Friday Feb. 21 at 6 p.m.
Jason Lee, James Sewell, Sharie Chera Starling, Tammy Ellerson, in over half of the 50 states. at the Brooker Elementary School
Rowe, Horace Edmond. Terri Tillman, Lasherio Ford, Some of the plateaus of his singing cafeteria. Your support is needed
Super Citizens: Amanda Crews, Charity Crews, Kelly Thornton, career include the privilege of and greatly appreciated School Lunch Menus
Jonathan Conti, Amanda Brown, Chris Wall, Ronnie Reagan. 5th presenting a concert in the White
Grade Vinnie Kishanna House during the presidency of 1986 FSU Humanities W..lnI.dny: Chicken & rice cheese stix green
Ryan Faulkner, Carrie Crawford, : Blye, Feb. 24-28 beans, fruit cup butterscotch squares, biscuits,
Darrus Highland, Angela Milliard, Spooner, Tiki Williams, Kara Staf- President Gerald Ford, Institute for Educators Bradford Elem. &Middle School mIlk.
Christy Howard, Debbie Devers, ford, Abel Campbell, Tonya Lariscy, He became quite well-known in the Thursday: ChIli, crackers, cheese toast garden
Carl Tyson, Amanda Baker, Eric Randy Taylor, Lisa Caraway, Tara gospel singing field during the 15 Eighty-one Florida high school :Monday poaches,:cinnamon Chill, crackers roll, milk., cabbage slew, salad, poaches Teacher,chocolate cake, mIlk.
Gunter, Craig Starling, Renee Graudons, Tracy Rhoden, Wesley years he broadcast his own daily teachers and administrators, com- TiipHrtay: Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato Krlduv: planning day. \
Clemons, Denise Lariscy Donesian Norman, Julianne Allen, Michael radio program over KGER, a munity college and university facul- pickle, buttered corn,cherry: pie, milkWnlnriulitv. AlaCartellunday '
popular California radio station. Chicken I & noodle,cheese stlx buttered : Hamburgers, corndogs, french fried,
Chandler, Erin Stansell, Judy Lester, Bernard Johnson, Josh ty and other education officials at- green peas fruit cup, '. peanut butter & milkshakes, O J.Tuesday .
Hankerson Penny Gunter, Cassandra Hauger, Kerry Taylor, Angela Ransom and Mary endeavor to tended the 1986 Humanities Institutefor honey sandwIch. : Cheeseburger, french fries, pizza, t
Jarvis, Jammie Jackson, Barber, Shannon Kelley, Sonya sing the time-proven songs and a Educators, held at Florida State Thursday.. : Pizza garden salad. french fries, milkshakes, O.J.
Serena Thornton, Benn Bennett, Andy Thompson, Tim Barber, Eric variety of new ones, using the fan- University Feb. 7-9. strawberry Teacher slvirtcnke Planning, mtlk.t'rldoy' Day O YtpdnpHrtitv J., milkshakes.Thursday : Hamburgers. pizza, french fries,
Nichols, Jennifer Shadd Carlissa Stewart,Julie Starling, Lori Mosley, tastic sounds of their Yamaha elec- The participants explored "The Bradford High School : Pizza, cheeseburgers, french fries.
Luther, Lisa Caraway, Wesley Nor- Amy King, Andy Johns, Jason tric keyboard as well as beautiful in- Quest for Human Dignity" during Monday: Pizza, french fries, cabbage slaw, ()J milkshakes
man, Stephen McLeod. Woods, Adam Gaskins. strumental background tapes to br- the three-day seminar. Attending strawberry shortcake, milk Friday: Teacher planning day
Straight A Students: 1st Grade: ing a well-rounded presentation. from Bradford County was BHS in- TupHitnv Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, Each day students have a choice of a hut lunch.
Julie Haston, Rasheeta Chandler structor Dina Petrella. green lima beans, cherry pie hot rolls, milk salad bar or they may purchase a-la.carte.

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I Am. Legion Aux. Held Initiation Feb. 11 Tornado Talk -- By Michelle Hall _

Realtors discuss
The American Legion Auxiliary, memory of those who gave their all Wrestling... Chuck Coburn: James Slater,
Post 56 of Starke had Initiating for justice. Color theme for the
even- Terry Whitehead
Greg 11
Ceremonies on Tuesday, Feb. 11. ing was red, white and blue. t.N Congratulations to the weightlifting and Billy Harrell were the most Wiggins improved closings at meet
On the Initiating Team were Pres. The initiating officer was Wilma team for the 41-36 win over players for the week. The Bradford-Union Board of
1 Toni Coss, Chaplain Lucille Stieh, Jean Terry, 1st Vice Commander of Union County. Also, congratulations Realtors held their first session of
I Sergeant at Arms Mary Brown, the Keystone-Melrose Am. Leg. _w to the in following members that placed Class of the Year... the 1986 Educational Series with a

Asst. Sergeant Violet Crosby,Acting Auxiliary Post 202. Sergeant at First the match. An update of the Class of the Year luncheon meeting Tuesday, Feb. 11,
Vice Pres. Edith Gowans and Arms Mary Brown, assisted by place: Chuck Coburn with
Competition. In at the Fried Chicken in
1 first Factory
Vice 375 points Jeff McClellan place,
Pres. Violet Stallings. Violet Crosby. Presented for Initia- ; with 340; Freshmen Starke.
Visiting for the tion in the Brett Russell with 410 Lonnie : with 312 points. In se-
and the
ceremony Auxiliary were the follow The
Hamilton Seniors with 310 points. (Comeon subject of the first meeting of
rehearsal 505 Clinton
(which Jenkins
was held on Mon- ing candidates: Beverly Blacksheara ;
Seniors! ) In third the series was "Contracts to
day ) ( Gold with 450; and Greg Jackson with 520. with
evening was Pres. Coss' Star Mother
), Muriel Gilhooly 2B3. And finally, in fourth Closing," a session in eliminating
mother, Mrs. Antoinette Klein of Virginia Ekard, Laura Ritch and Second Place: Sean Robinson place
Sophomores with 181 problems for buyers and sellers bet-
with points.
Philadelphia, Pa. Helen Wilkerson, all from Starke. 330 points; Billy Harrell with
An appropriate covering was used 425; Gary Wise with 425; and An- Seniors... ween agreement to purchase and
closing of the .
for the front table, on which four Commander Robert Brown drew timmons with 525. Those students planning on atlPn purchase.The in
study was the form of
candles were placed, each candle assisted at the ceremony. Com- Third place: Chuck Morrow with ding a junior college, state universi panel discussion The panel included a
representing one of the four principles mander Brown pointed out the new -- ---- .. --. 170 points and Greg Wiggins with ty, or technical school after graduation Moderator and Bradford-Union
of the American Legion- Auxiliary Banner on display and Joy Thornton 405. in June, and needing financialaid Board Attorney Richard Welty, local
justice, freedom, democracy and noted that the Legion itself has 202 Surprise Party Given should pick up the Standard Ap- attorney Gene Shaw, and Bill Alderman
loyalty. In the center was a bell, members. They need eight more Joy Thornton Attends plication form from Mrs. Aljets in owner of Bradford Title and
which was a reproduction of the members to meet this year's quota, For Mrs Ceolar HudsonMrs. the Guidance Office. Any studentcan Abstract Co.

Liberty Bell. On each end of the and the Legion celebrates its 67th Training ProgramMrs. Ceolar Hudson of Lawteywas apply for financial aid. The The panel covered several specific
table was a basket of Poppies,which birthday in March. Joy Thornton of Starke suc- given a surprise birthday party deadline for financial aid applica- items that can cause delay in con-
is the official flower of the Legion The next Auxiliary meeting is cessfully completed a week-long insurance Sunday, Feb. 16, hosted by daughterand tions at some schools is March 1. sumating sales Also contributing to
and Auxiliary. Poppies are in March 11 at 7 p.m. training program held by son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. An- Please do this early, for your own the discussion were attorneys Bill
Kentucky Central Life Insurance thony E, Wilson, Sr. benefit This one standard form for Bessent, Reggie Flynn and Johnny
Company.An The traditional birthday cake, ice financial aid is the student's application Hobbs, together with Harold Davisof
I Lawtey School News agent with Capital Insurance of cream, potato chips, crackers, dip, for three types of aid: The Pell Stockton, Whatley Davin & Co.
Starke, Mrs. Thornton completedthe mint candy and punch were served Grant, Florida Grant, and financialaid Organizers of the series are Pro-
Lawtey PTO Scott and Asst. Jennifer intense Behavioral/Sales the guests. at the chosen school. You only gram Co-Chair Cecilia Terwillegarand
The Lawtey PTO met on Tuesday, Crawford. The Secretary New Member Dynamics Seminar attended by Mrs. Hudson was presented a Mr. need to fill out one form. Lee Hardenbrook and Educa-
Feb. 11. Approved for purchase wasa Representative this is Brandy agents from across the country, held Coffee (coffeemaker) by the host tion Chair Susan Faulkner Reddish.
laminating machine, PE equip- Ross. The pledge was year given by DeDe in Kentucky during the week of Jan. and hostess. Jason BryantCelebrates Present for the program were

ment, classroom supplies, first aid Cox,history given by Donna Padgett 13-18. Among those attending were her 9th REALTOR representatives from
supplies and a swing set for the and closing ceremony conducted by Mrs. Thornton and her husband, husband, Rev. Henderson Hudson, B'Day Outlaw Realty, Terwillegar Realty
school, totaling $2400. The remain- Carmen Barber. Rudy, have one daughter, Christina. adopted children Evelyn and Jason Bryant, youngest child of and ERA Tiffin and Owens Inc., all
ing half of the carnival proceeds will PTO Music ProgramJim Renard Hudson, grandchildren Roy and Linda Bryant, celebratedhis of Starke, and Maines Realty of
be spent at the next meeting in May, Peronto did an excellent job Hampton Hilitesby Ta'Nika and Anthony Wilson II, ninth birthday on Sunday, Feb. 9 Lake Butler.
if other items are needed. with the PTO music program. Dolores brothers Ozell Johnson of Jackson- with a party for the family at the
Beta Club Grades 2-5 sang various patriotic Mrng ville, Edward Johnson of Lawtey, home of his parents on SR 16 East.
The Beta Club inducted the follow- songs. Parents joined in on the last Phone 168-1915 two sisters In-law Theresa and Celebrating with Jason was his Baby ShowerTo
! ing new members: Michelle Bar- several songs. Thelma Johnson of Jacksonville, cousin, Marie Blackburn daughterof Be Given
extended Mrs.
bour, Staci Bentley, Shana King and Queen Contest : are to and God-daughter Tara Austin of Frank and Sheila Blackburn
Clifford Rahmes who
Crawford, Geneva Hankerson Mary Jacksonville Several nieces, Marie 5 old For LaSharon AdkinsA
Feb. 14 (Valentine's Day) brought celebrated her 103rd was years on Feb. 2.
Letesha Hankerson, Shneka Hen- forth the King and Queen contest. Feb. 5.Mrs.. birthday on nephews and sister-in-law Mrs. Re- The party consisted of a buffetlUppl'r. baby shower for LaSharon Con-
drieth, Bridget Holder, Shauntel Each class voted on a king and Rahmes is former joice Johnson, all from Lawtey also followed by birthday cake way Adkins will be held March 1
a at 5
Houston, Ricky Jackson, Latain lIame- attended. Everyone enjoyed for the fourteen
queen to represent them for the day. ton resident and now family members p m. at Bradford Florist.
Johnson, Gary Norman, Tiffany Os- celebrating Mrs. Hudson's birthday. who attended the
teen, Anna Ranibar, Angie Redding, follows Kings: and Queens are as Waldo Hazel Starr.with her daughter, Mrs. party. All friends and relatives are invited -

Glenda Rosier, Brandy Ross, Metina Anderson: Christopher Cox, Bran-
Smith, The birthday celebration also III r _
Chastidy Starling, Melissa
dyn Padgett.
Starling, Denna Parker Michelle honored Henry Hinson on his birth-
Sapp and Nathan Blom. Michelle Starling Groves.: Trapper Vanallen, day. He is a nephew of Mrs. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe
The Rahmes. The celebration included a
program was organized Hoskinson: Cecil Smith, Wendy
conducted by Mrs. Dot Moore, covered dish dinner with decorated
school librarian. Scripture read Padgett. birthday cakes, flowers, cards and
by Bridget Holder, prayer was was led Johnson Starling.: Jeremy Pilcher, Jennifer gifts. City of Starke is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs

made by Nathan by President Blom, and Deena speeches Parker were Shuford: Mitch Ames, Misti! Golden. New Ricky Arrival and Susan Langford of Fer- (DCA) for a grant under the Commercial Revitalization category in the amount of

Hamilton: Dwayne Wilkinson, Lori nandina Beach announce the arrivalof $575,000 under the Small Cities
VP Stephanie Creighton, Secretary Kilgore. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Pro-

Michelle Sapp, Treasurer Marla Denmark: Michael Hardee, Melissa She their was baby born daughter on Jan. 23, Amanda, weighing Jo.7 gram. For each activity that is proposed at least 51 % of the funds must benefit low

Bailey. Ibs. 2 oz., measuring 20 inches. She and moderate income The
persons. activities, dollar amount and estimated
Mrs. Rahmes Celebrates Hobbs: Casey Crews, Melanie joins her brother Todd, 5'/z. percen-

103rd Birthday O'SteenAaron Zack Smith Tessa Paternal grandparents are Ralph tage benefit to low and moderate income persons for which the City if applyingare
: ,
and Betty Jo Langford of Fernan- :
Mrs. Mary Clifford Rahmes Redding: Chris Wise, Joni Griffis. dina Beach. Paternal great grand
celebrated her 103rd birthday on McRae: Henry Strong, Shannon Ed- mother is Louise Mattheus of Hamp--
Feb. 5. She was honored with a partyat wards. ton.
the Theressa Community Centeron McClellan: Robbie Fugatt, Misti Visitors ACTIVITY AMOUNT ESTIMATED BENEFITTo

Sunday, Feb. 2 Crawford. Among recent visitors of Mrs. Low/Moderate Income
Mrs. Rahmes is the mother of Edna Green: Tracy Prevatt, Wendy Cecil Mattheus were Mr. and Mrs.

Dyal of Jacksonville, George Cowie. Ralph Langford, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky
i Rahmes of Hampton, Alta Albrechtof Lopez: Gary Norman, Glenda Langford, Todd and Amanda Jo of 017 Street Improvements $342,313.00 90%
Waldo, Gladys Chesser of Starke Rosier. Fernandina Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
and Hazel Starr of Waldo. Mrs. Cox: Shane Bennett, Patrise Smith. Marcus Lanier and Kenny Wilson of 019 Water Facilities
Rahmes has 20 38 7th: Kevin Wise, Carmen Barber.
grandchildren, West Palm Beach, Glenn Mattheusof
great grandchildren, and 7 great Lawtey Dixie Youth Folkston, Ga., Mrs. Lily Walker of (Irrigation System) $ 30,100.00 90%
On Thursday Feb. 13 the
great grandchildren. Lawtey
and Mrs. Ernestine
Nearly one hundred'rel ITV es and Dixie :Youth League held its first Wynn High Springs of Florahome. t71 (b) Acqulst/ori'/ (land) $159,500.00 90%

friends attended the celebration meeting of the year. Approximately Charles Prevatt of New York City
which also honored her nephew, 30 parents attended. Registration for spent from Saturday to Monday with 181 Administration $ 43,087.00 n/a
Henry Hinson of Hampton, who players is on Tuesday, 2/18 and his mother, Mrs. Clifford Prevatt .
Thursday, 2/20 from 4:30 to 6 ----
recently had a birthday. Out of town p.m. and other relatives here.
guests came from Sarasota, Ormond and on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Parents Justin Smith of Walso helped Tim- Total Grant Amount Requested $575,000.00The
Beach, Jacksonville and Miami. must come to register players. Fee my May celebrate his 8th birthday
The celebration included a again this year is $10 per player, due Feb. 2.Hampton.

decorated covered dish birthday dinner with cake.a large Mrs. no The later next than meeting March 12.will be held on MeetingOn ElementaryPTA City of Starke plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned -

Rahmes was presented with many Tuesday, 2/25 at 7:30 in the Thursday evening, Feb. 20, at 7 CDBG funded activities in the following manner: No displacement will occur as
cafeteria. Plans for
greetings, flowers and other gifts. new lights and p.m., the PTA will hold an important a result of the proposed CDBG
renovating the ballfield will be program.
Mrs. Rahmes was born in McRae, meeting. Principal Mary Ann Kyle
Fla, and had lived in Hampton and the discussed at this meeting, as well as will be introduced and plans for the If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities, the City will
, Starke before moving to Waldo with upcoming season plans. remainder of the school will be
i her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Starr with There will be a dance to start the discussed.Car year assist such persons in the following manner; as required under 24 CFR 42, U.S.

whom she has lived for many years. season off on Friday, Feb. 21 in the Wash Department of Housing and Urban Development's regulations that implement the
cafeteria. Admission is $1 and
Mrs. Rahmes remains alert, quite The seventh graders will conducta
students 16 and under allowed. Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real
active and enjoys life. are car wash Sat., Feb. 22, at the Com Property Arquisition Policies Act of 1970.
Dance is from .
7:30 to 10:30
: p.m.t"1 munity State Bank parking lot. A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application -
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; v1" ; : ,, ..-",; Washing will be done from 9 a.m. to
:. 'VI'P"O'" <" "ik1 : > ) : :; will be held in City Hall on March 4, 1986 at 7:30: A of the
; '$,, :) : 'l d1f' 3 p.m. at a cost of $2 per car. Proceeds p.m. copy applicationwill
fi- J.\9j will go toward the planned be available for review at City Hall, Thompson Street on Monday thru Friday
Disney trip.
Gina/ ::1; Valentines between the hours of 9:00: a. m. and 5:00: p.m. To obtain additional information
:;:j. I. Classrooms were beautifully concerning the application and the public hearing contact Neil Tucker, City Clerk
,Ifs: Classic Cuts & Styles ::1-/:1 decorated for the past weeks. On
..' r.J: Friday students exchanged valentines City Hall I, Thompson Street, ((904)) 964 5027

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A Breaker landmark, a one story vestigator John Tilley arrived pretty house'has some fancy scroll work on
house built in the 1920s by George quickly, Mrs. Davis said. Two fire it, the kind popular back In the 1800s
fighting units from New River,
Ila7.cn burned to the ground around came and the 1920s.
10 a m. Tuesday, Feb. 18. and one each from the Theressa, The firemen wet down the Harrell
Nobody was home. The house builtof Hampton and Hellbron Springs home which really got hot Mrs.
fat yellow pine was completely VFDs. Davis said, and also wet down a gas
destroyed. A group of senior citizens Mrs. Davis credits the county tank beside the burning home to
pushed a pickup truck out of the way quick response truck with preven- keep it from exploding.The .
from in back of the house. One of the ting what could have been a t
group crawled through the back win- disastrous fire in downtown Opal O'Steen family which in- I
dow of the pickup to take it out of Brooker. The house is right on Main cludes her son and his two boys lost he6t "" .
gear. Street in Brooker, next door to Mrs. everything Mrs. Davis says. One 0ai nnnnnr i1ii f.
Steve Hunter responded with the M.O. Han-ell's house and diagonallyacross boy wears size 10 clothes the other
Brooker fire truck as quickly as the street from city hall. size 12. Both wear size 4V4 shoes.
anybody could, says City Commissioner Mildred (Mrs. M.O.) Harrell Mrs. O'Steen wears size 16 clothes Brooker Landmark Burns...
Sue Davis. The Bradford discovered the fire on her way home and size 8 shoes. Donations of .
Built in the 1920's
by George Hazen. this house on the fire started from kerosene heater.
from the office. The clothing can be left at Green's apparently a
County quick response (QK-10) post pure yellow main street of Brooker burned Tuesday morning the
truck with Paramedics Scott Taylorand slash pine house burned auicklv The Grocery In Brooker.
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through his resignation of Feb. 12, ty _
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Thomas agreed to sign a paper ty L _
releasing the town from liability in ty I
the matter. ty 1 Sale prices good thru
"The town is not admitting Pability; ty
ty by this action, but there is a cer- '/, Sat., Feb. 22nd.
tain value in resolving a claim out of
court, even if the outcome of the '',II See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest. you.
case is doubtful" said BJinn, "The ty We reserve the right to limit quantl8es.V
town is simply trying to save the it Eckord..0/
time and expense of litigation." '/, : : I
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was worried about a similar incident '',
happening again and the town being '', .
asked to reimburse someone when '/
the person had actually violated an '/,
ordinance. "You just have to lake I I
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Thomas does not mean that you \ *
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Thomas that this was an unfortunate \ I
incident and he was sorry it had hap- '/
pened. "I thought he'd (Williams) be
here tonight and we would hear both j II.-mI1
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said Supt. Duncan. The superintendent .
said, however, he'd seen the ; .
need for one person to be in chargeof I
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David Smith, but that Smith had ex- I \ I
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member Judy Becker seconded and
the motion passed 4-0.
Supt. Duncan explained to newly % vsr" ia."na, aw.fn, oo4.fim I
appointed board member Len %I a1MWAAMYII I IAMUII1
Schlofman that at present, there V
are four administrators assigned to %
the vo-tech center: Millard Brown, %
the county-wide vocational director; ty :-1 I
David Smith, area center director ty I k -i' ,
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Greene the two assistant adty ty .
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KFA Instructor Walt Wescott explains the various nie Jordan and Brldgett Skeen.The dome-shaped FFA I
National FFA week special for local membersBy means to Identify plants to students Lisa Mosley, Ron- greenhouse Is In the background.Tomorrow's .

classroom experience, work and
BCT Staff Writer study, but also on the kind of practical -
Local members of the Bradford hand's on experience the
High School junior and senior students gain at the FFA farm Leaders Future Farmers of America members throughout the
chapters of the Future Farmers of located on SR 301.
America are uniting with FFA'ers The farm consists of 170 acres purchased .. United States are celebrating the week of February 15 thru

from celebrate all National over the FFA country Week. to School Board by the from Bradford Hogan Smith County in Begin Today 22, 1986 as FFA Week.; Agricultural career opportunities are

Beginning Saturday, Feb. 22 local the 1940's. About 70 acres are takenup = === available to our nation's youth through high school agriculture

schedule members of will activities participate to both salute in a pond with and pastures fields. The, buildings remaining, a fish 100 and the FFA, helping to build leaders for the new fieldsof

and promote their organization. acres consists of planted stands of agriculture agrowing I I.f
t, BHS Chapter President Michael pine including slash, long leaf and
Starling says the group is excited Virginia pine.Bradford .
: about telling the community what FFA Senior Advisor EXPLORE HIGH SCHOOL AGRICULTUREHorticulture
they have been doing this year, and Greg Alvarez explained that one of
explains that FFA is an organization the goals in the program is to have
of students of vocational agriculturewho examples of every type of tree in ..4 computers bio-genetics, sales economics,
"I are preparing themselves for a Bradford County available to the
career in agriculture. students for study so they can learnto ,fo' forestry or aquacuttire are just a few of the many new roadsto
, "Our involvement in FFA now care for and identify various explore I Join in I
, means people are getting ready to species.
work in the agriculture industry in The FFA also has a fruit orchard "
the future," he says. that was recently planted on the "LEARNING TO DO, DOING TO LEARN;
National FFA week has been farm last year. I
historically associated with The students here will gain i I wT ,
I. Washington's birthday, which also knowledge about the special care
occurs in February. Washington was needed for plums, pears and grapes.
recognized asa master farmer on his The organization 1 plans to get more
f, Virginia plantation and the National varieties planted in the orchard in y' Y V
FFA center in Alexandria is situated the future.
i j on land that formerly belonged to.!his! The FFA'er also have another or-
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FFA has been preparing young at the farm.
people for careers in agriculturesince The main stand of pines on the
1928. Now, with over 9,000 farm is over 32 years old. It was BY THE FOLLOWING... I
chapters and nearly half a million planted by two highly respected
members, the organization realizes former members, now both retired -
the importance of reaching and former Director Pual Hutchins and
maintaining a high level of ex agriculture teach B.R. Ferguson.
cellence. With its attention concentrated These pines have to be cut T & M Wrecker Service Florida National Bank James R. Flynn, Attorneyat.Law
on preparing for tommorrow, periodically, but only in part. A por-
FFA intends to reach and maintain a tion of the stand was cut and sold to 964-5611 or 964.6600 Downtown Starke 964.7050 405 W. Georgia St. Suite C 964-4667
standard of excellence that will keep pay for the construction of a
agriculture number here and machine shed which houses the tractors -
abroad. the students use in their plan-
Given the current financial crisisin ting operations. FFA'er recently
many of the nation's farms the burned off portion of the under-
FFA program assumes even more brush on the farm and works con- Terence M. Brown, P.A. Mosley Tire Company Teal Tile & Carpet
importance to the future of the industry stantly with the assistance of the
in this country. Forestry Service in cutting 486 N. Temple Ave. 964.8272 U.S. 301 South 964.6600 139 E. Call Street 964.7423
The Bradford FFA program
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IL'r U.S. 301 S. 964.6871 819 McMahon Street 964.6881 2226 N. Temple Ave. 964-7871

Creek Ranch Inc.
Starke Power Alligator Lake
Equipment Chevy-Olds
Gator II & Purple Gator
438 S. Walnut 964.8568 Hwy. 301 North 964.7500
Hwy. 301 South 964.6973

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206 W. Madison 964-7200 402 N. Temple Ave. 964.6436 Keystone Heights SR 21 473-FORD

Hard Workers... Allen's Office Supplies Outlaw Realty
Frank Olcott. Jason Bally and Brian Prevail are hard at work lending
some of the spectacular flowering plants growing In the big FFA Starke Shoe Repair & Printing Co. "Your Full Service Real Estate Office"
greenhouse at the Vo-tech center. U.S. 301 South 964-4522
Students learn a variety of tips for grwolng these types of plants as well 120 E. CaD Street 964.6261 113 E. Call Street 964.8925
as farm produce.

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Surrounded... FFA Instructor Jeff Thompson lectures a classroom of FFA students as
part of the inside instruction receive in addition to out in the
I FFA member Neal McElhrnny is sourrounded by green growing FFA students learn many things about plant and animal care in their field at the FFA farm. they training
plants as! he looks after his charges in the FFA greenhouse. training.


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page projects like tree cutting to pay for management, fundamentals of
firebreaks and supervising the burn the machine shed and selling cattle agriculture and practical MOVIE RENTALS
raised by the chapter on the farm agriculture.The .
FFA program at the BHS in- the FFA ers can turn their practical practical agricultural program No Deposit I
cludes far more than just trees and experience into money-making ac started last year and is aimedat $ 00 No i
tree management, however. The tivities. Although the program is not students who have not had voca- 8 5 Membership
students also learn first hand about entirely self-supporting, they tional. The state legislature now requires Any Day of the Week
care of poultry and poultry manage- manage to pay for a larger portion of 45 days of a vocational educa- Worth
ment with a chicken coop on the their expenses than many other tion course in order to graduate .
farnm where they must feed and organizations.Last from high school. $00 :
care for the chickens and pick up the year a new barn was built at The ciriculum includes 37 specific FREE 3
eggs. the farm. Measuring 5,000 square skills the students should be aq- For
There is also a greenhouse where feet, it provides a safe, dry place for quainted with including identifying
the students learn to raise and care the members to keep their livestock. vegetables, trees, fertihzin properly -
for ornamental plants and shrubs. With the recent rains that have hit and other related activities. MOVIES
They learn livestock production the area, livestock that used to haveto WE WILL ORDER
which includes poultry, dairy and stand knee dean int h.* miiH tn The students in this class learn
beef cattle and horses. The students days at a time: .low have a place to how to care for plants through the w/purchase/ of Your Favorite
also learn the basics of goat and stay dry. seedling stage. The students in the Songs,
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not have any goats or sheep at this plied with both electricity and take those seedlings and plant themin LP's or 45'sWe
time. water. the FFA garden on the farm each ,
Each Spring an extensive gardenis "We have enjoyed a tremendous Spring.In Can Also Order Sheet Music
planted by FFA'ers to teach amount of cooperation and support
members: about crop farming.The from the Bradford School Board, the addition to classromm sessions
FFA'ers also gain extensive superintendent and principals in the and trips to the farm, students are
knowledge of another, new dimen- past few years," Alvarez said. encouraged to start their own projects We Finance !
sion of agricultural education at the "They have really encouraged us to at home which can be anything Panasonic Compact Disc
two fish ponds on the farm The run the program in a productive way from growing steers or hogs for the Car Radios
largest of the two were excavatedand and do the things we need to do to annual Bradford County Fair to raising Pre-Program Channels _
the top-soil ended up in an teach the students the skills they honeybees or earthworms. &
unusual place the BHS football need." Fantastic --
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pines around the ponds as a wind- taught, among other things, principals mind so students can apply their Speakers ___.__ -
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1 Sheriff Reddish endorses PajcicBradford 329 51 FREE MOVIES CAR STEREO I iI I I I i iI

County Sheriff Dolph frontline law enforcement officials plained that the sheriffs for Pajcic with purchase all ii' d -= Tf'J l tests I I
Reddish joined more than 20 sheriffsin charged with protecting our homes Task Force would be expanded I
North Florida Feb. 17 to endorse and families. They know better than statewide and that participating
Steve Pajcic for Governor and to anyone else who can best work with sheriffs and other law enforcement I
launch the Sheriffs for Pajcic Task them to fight crime in our state," officials would serve as Pajcic's key
Force. said House Rules Chairman Herb advisers on crime and law enforce-
"This endorsement sends a clear Morgan, D-Tallahassee. Morgan ment issues.
message about Steve Pajcic and serves as campaign vice chairmanfor "While he was in the Legislature, Gibraltor T.120 VHS
I about what he will do about crime as the Panhandle.At Steve Pajcic probably filed more SHARP VCR
I our next Governor. Sheriffs are our a news conference, Morgan exC' bills at the request of sheriffs and 6 Hour Tape Sale
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Pajcic's supporters lined up TAPE
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County Sheriff Fred CASH & CARRY
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'. legislation important to sheriffs.
'Steve Pajcic filed bills to
eliminate parole for many capital
felons, to provide mandatory hard
time for prisoners prior to work 6 DAYS ONLY
release and to give officers better
protection against dangerous
suspects," he said.
Sheriff Peel went on to say: "More
important than any one piece of Purchase a
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Pajcic, a Jacksonville attorney, __ __
was a Florida House member for 11 LESSONS $22500plays
years before resigning to run for
Governor. ra
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J of Pajcic.confidence among sheriffs," said movies does not record

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ensuring our personal safety. From
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II Ails Festival Set For Octoberserve Home Concepts.Entertainment wired.X31 UHitachi

Wheels were set In motion Mondayfor Food,arts and crafts and a varie- the Starke community by Call 964.6946 or Fisher
a major Downtown District event ty of entertainment will be offeredon showcasing fine artists and craftsmen
next fall when Santa Fe Community 2V4 blocks of the Call Street who will attract visitors from $349
College with co-sponsorship of the Historical District from SFCC surrounding areas as well as Appointment
City of:Starke.] the Chamber of Com Center to the railroad including a residents of Bradford County, and
merce and local volunteers will special area for young artists under will involve all businesses, service Quasar VCR
stage the first annual Starke Arts 16 who may display and sell their organizations, and individuals who
Festival on Call Street.At original creations. wish to participate," Bates said
Mayor-Commissioner Charles Call Street will be closed and con $359
a well-attended meeting in the Schaefer pledged the support of the verted into a pedestrian mall all day
Starke Center conference room City in staging this event, as did Saturday and during after-church
community leaders heard MichaelJ school representatives civic clubs, hours on Sunday. Entertainmentevents
Bates, SFCC coordinator of the and other groups. featuring amateur singers, GET 51 FREE MOVIES
annual Gainesville Spring Arts As explained by Bates and Lana dancers, musicians, and dramatic
Festival, outline plans for a similar Stein, Santa Fe's director of grants performances will be presented at
two-day event which should attract and plans will involve as the SFCC parking lot, from a stage
thousands of visitors to Starke on projects various art forms as erected at the east end of the land-
Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1718. possible. "The annual arts show will scaped area. ( 85 IN FREE RENTALS)


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Gators Gather :" }

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j Quarterback Dub gives coach Galen Hall a rousing welcomed ttter

The Gator football program? touched down in Starke with 300 loving fans At Tennessee...they really do play by different-rules," Hall said, get- k
d'I enchanted and honoring Coach Galen Hall. ting a big hand. .
The crowd's sentiment was well expressed by Marian Douglas who appeared At Auburn this past season,the best two teams in the nation played foot-
i' as a valentine to Coach Hall, and said ''It's Valentine's Day, Mr. ball, Hall said.
k Gator," and gave him a hug and sang, to the guitar accompaniment of FSU, the Head Gator said, was a very emotional game.
Bill McRae: "A very good recruiting year," Half said of the recently completed
1J! "I love you, a bushel and a peck, a bushel and a peck and a hug around recruiting rounds. Because of their probationary status, the Gators have Y t ti
the neck, about you. fewer scholarships to hand out. e
f "Cause I love you a bushel and a peck, you bet your pretty neck I do. The Gators will be as good as anybody in the first eleven. Key to a suc-
"Doodle, doodle, do. Doodle, doodle, do. Doodle Doodle, do. cessful 1986 season will be the walk-ons and staying injury free, Coach
"I love you, the Gators, too. The SEC we're ready for you. Ready for Hall said.Chapman.
you, and Georgia, too.We'll be with you and see you through. All the way,
All the way. Cause I love you." Installed...
With orange and blue profusely showing in the large auditorium in the The Gator Quarterback Club installed Cliff Chapman as its new presi
National the 300 Gator fans sat quietly as Coach Hall recounted the dent. Larry White is vice-president, Martha Jean Barry is treasurer, and
season. They gave him a standing ovation as approached the podium, Ada Reddish is secretary.
clamored as Marian Douglas! expressed their sentiment, and gave the "Every trailboss ought to have a whip," said Chapman in presenting
Head Gator another standing ovation as he concluded his brief talk.Then vice-president C.E. (Rip) O'Steen, who led the crowd in a Gator cheer,
I Hall had to stay awhile and sign autographs. with a bull whip. And,outgoing secretary-treasurer Hazel Hall received a
1 There are three major goals. in the Gator football program, Coach Hall gift of jewelry. President Chapman thank Mrs. Hardy for doing enough
said: worrying for all the club members.
< DTo) be ranked the number one> in the country. Accomplished, Coachi' Outgoing President Al K. Carlisle, who was presented with a serving
i'' Hall noted, if briefly. tray, got a big hand when he said he"..watcher the Gators 'top out' in the
2)to) win the Southeastern Conference championship. The Gators were SEC for the second straight year." -''>f

the best, the fans told Hall. ., Carlisle noted four of the six original members of the Gator QB Club .. ,
3)To) win the Miami game. Which the Gators did. formed in 1979 were present: Pat Farnworth, J.R. (Jim) Reddish, .
"The only thing I ask our players to do is play hard,whether we win or Richard Odom, and Lennard Register.
lose," Coach Hall said seriously. The Gators gave it all they had in the Douglas Hardy won the membership award for signing up 13 new Gator Lover...
Georgia game, even though they lost, Hall said he believes. The players members. Rip O'Steen was second.
Starke's Lillian Stump gives University of Florida mascot "Albert the
held nothing in reserve, Hall said. Outgoing President AI Carlisle thanked those who helped during the
Alligator" a warm welcome as Albert and Head Coach Galen Hall visitedStarke
Freshman kick-off artist, Starke's own John David Francis was chided past year, including Rip O'Steen, outgoing VP; Hazel Hardy, outgoing .
lu of
for kicking the football out of bounds. Hall noted he doesn't have much sec.-treas.' Cliff Chapman, chairman of Arrangements Committee; !>week's as guests the Starke Quarterback Club.
Coach Hall told members another form
they can expect exciting
hair to pull out. Gladys Hobbs, telephone committee; Jan Powell, membership committee year
Hall noted the Gators beat LSU "...about as bad as you can beat LSU." ; Jim Reddish, program chairman;:Ada Reddish,publicity,Townsend his iators. and made some croud-pleasing comments about last season'sgames.
,, The Tiger fans lined up to chant "Tier Bait" and their slogans as the Strickland, for working with the banquet preparations? and Della
}J1 i Gator buses arrived. "It fires you up Hall said. Rosenberg, for being the club's hospitality chairman.


i.i Starke resident travels halfway around the world for refugees I


ByMarkFilfdlln and teach anesthesia at the same of refugees, many badly injured way in this regard." country. Mrs. O'Briant-Johnson, who
BCT Staff Writer time. I hope to help them become from the fighting, flowing into The center welcomes visitors or "With the help of God,and the con- begins her long trip to Peshawar,
Starke resident Sandra O'Briant- self-sufficlant by setting upan border camps on the Pakistani delegations who are free to inspectthe cern and generousity of others we Pakistan March 1, is also appealingfor
Johnson has truely gone worldwidein anesthesia teaching program there border. work going on in this desperate hope to be able to continue to help help for the facility."If .
her personal quest to help the for local physcians. Do I believe I Support for the refugees from the part of the world. the Afghan refugees of this region you have an unfilled quota for
needy this time it's off to Pakistanto can teach myself out of a job in only Pakistani government had been in- The Reagan administration has of- and to able toexpand to a more charitable contributions this year,
serve at a hospital setup fort two months? It will be tough but we termintent, at best, as there was fered covert aid to the rebels sophisticated facility," Dr. Majadidi please consider us," Mrs. O'Briant-
refugees of the brutal Russian occupation can do it. We have tot" already a high percentage? of poor through the CIA and other in- commented "We hope that all international Johnson said. "Just think, all the
in neighboring According to information providedby and under-priviliged citizens to be termediaries since 1980, a policy set organizations and individuals money goes where you want it go-no
Afghanistan.O'BriantJohnson. Dr. Mojdidi, the need for such an cared for in the many villages, by former President Jimmy Carter. who are for our cause will rip-offs for advertising or ad-
who lives in a obstetrics and gynaecology facility towns and cities along the border bya This aid, however, has mostly been give their help and sipport to this ministration. Checks can be made to
quiet house on Pratt Street in had been great for some time in the government which is hardpressedto military in nature for the fightersstill clinic to make it successful as possi- the Islamic Center and they will give
Starke, traveled to the county of poor, border province where care for its own people without the inthe interior of the war-torn ble," us the money."
Zambia in Africa in 1983 to assist refugees streamed in the greatest addition of the Afghani refugees. ..
missionary workers there. This time numbers. After studying the situa- Where does Mrs. O'Briant
she will be applying some of the tion, it was decided to establish a Johnson fit into this desperate situation -
skills she learned as an basic outpatient clinic with the ? "FRESH QUALITY PRODUCE MEAT & SEAFOOD FOR THE LOWEST PRICES"

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Russian invasion of program to an in-patient facility Medicine, started teaching classesin
Afghanistan, as in any war, has with operating room, obstetric advanced medical care early in NORMAN'SSALE
resulted in many deaths, wounded, delivery and a new-born pediatric the program to provide instructionfor
crippled, orphans and the center. Afghani doctors. These lectures,
homeless," O'BriantJohnson said. This goal will al depend on the supplamented by visiting specialistslike
"Three million of them have sought availability of funding and man- Mrs. O'Briant-Johnson, are
refuge in neighboring Pakistan. How power, or womanpower, in the case open to all doctors of the region who Qu".n""ICM'S
can a country so small and poor sup- of Mrs. O'BriantJohnson.After are approved by the hospital's boardof PRICES MARKET RfSII'ID
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O'Briant-Johnson will be helpingto non-profit organization, Dr. Mojdidi obstetrics and gynaecology for FOOD
establish a new hospital near the established the first clinic in the Afghani physcians, many of whom U.S 301 SOUTH STARKE 964.6071 STAMPS
border of the two countries, buildingup border city of Peshawar in late 1984. take their newly learned skills back
the facility as fast as possible andas The clinic today is functioning with a into the war-zone to help their comrades a
fast as funds will permit. high standard of care and is capableof there. HQRMAMS I I I Ia
"Last September a small outpa- treating 100 patients each day. Now the hospital Is planning a new
tient clinic became a hospital," The examining rooms are now building to be built as an addition to
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O'Briant-Johnson will be working trition between the Soviets, who funds for expansion project.
with Dr. Q. Mojdidi,a Pakistani doc- moved massive numbers of troops "We are in great need of funds for 1
tor who helped found the clinic and into the country in 1982 to support our expansion,"commented the doctor G (j; QUARTER .Ib.
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time.Reports Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
cabers got two badly hit an 8 footer and Levi Simmons because by the second half a good
week from the BHS side said of the usual crowd was on 24th Street, follow signs or
needed wins this edging Class had four tries and finally hit one free many
1A 7th ranked Hawthorne 80-72 Friday throw ice the win. the somebody fight jumped at UHS on started the back when of hand for the Hawthorne game. Call 964-7109 & W. wltr assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30:
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run their season record to 1011. first on orders from the Florida High was play first. He was asked to play at
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February 20. IHK. li SECTION:; Page 3

Girls district tourney set tonightThe : \r-\ -

Basket, even a layup in the second
half. Baker beat the Bradford girls
girl's varsity District 5-3A p.m. If they should beat Forrest,the ly in the season and winning I 16-3 in the third period to take a 35-34
Basketball Tournament was BHS girls would next play at 7 p.m. Starke recently in a game not \ edge.The two teams fought to a 15.15
scheduled to get under tonight Saturday, Feb. 21 close as the four point scoring tie in the fourth period.
(Thursday, Feb. 20) at way Ocala For- District seedings are: 1) Forrest, BUS has not played O. Forrest or \ Beverly Mosley led BUS with 19
rest High School with Bradford High 10-0,with a first round bye; 2) Ocala Vanguard. BHS has been beaten tr'y points. Felicia Davis had 11. The
playing North Marion at 5 p.m. Vanguard. 7-3: 3) Gainesville High. GUS. next highest scoring for Bradfordwas
8-4; 4) North Marion, 7-5i 5) BHS, \ three points by Marla Reddish,
In the single elimination tourna- 2-4; 6) Eastside, 2-10 and 7) Lake BHS is 14-6 over-all this ry'Ytt Angel Spell, and Kellie Jackson.
ment, if the BHS girls win Thursday Weir, MO. the best season mark since Baker played a tight 2-3 zone
night,they would face the No.1 seeded BHS split with its first round opponent when the girls began playing wholcourt which kept Felicia Davis off the
team Friday night, Feb. 21, at P North Marion, loiinf thpro par basketball. boards much of the time. BHS could
not hit from outside very much In the
game, so the 2-3 defense worked.
Baker 50-49 BHS played a man-to-man defense
High edges
much of the time. In the first half the
4 Bradford girls kept on top of Baker's
Hot handed in the second half, girl five, 14-6 after Thursday night's guard Lisa Sigers and Miss small guard Lisa Sigers. But in the
Baker High of Macclenny edged the final regular season game, from son, the star of the Baker second half, the BHS girls came
Bradford girls 50-49 on a long shot equalling the record of 15 wins set by began hitting from outside in back with a zone and Sigers begansto
from half court by Voncllle Jefferson the 1956 Bradford girl's team. third period.Baker hit 37 percent tt shoot over it. After Sigers got hot,
which went through the net with The BHS five led 24-19 at the half of 65 from the floor for the game, then Voncille Jefferson also got hot.
six seconds left. and seemed to have things under got red hot in the second half. Tina Hampton also had two baketsfor
The narrow loss kept the Bradford control defensively. But Baker Tornado five could hardly hit Baker.
With 1:36: left in the third periodthe
I Baker Wildcats by
were up two
t 33-31. From then the lead see-sawed.
7ue4 t, Bridget Skeen hit the second of
two free throws to put Bradford up
EXERCISE t by one, 34-33, with 47 second left in
a q, the third period. Tina Hampton hit a
15 footer to put Baker up 35-34 at the
third period ended.
u Beverly Mosley drove the lengthof
LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 4 p.m. 5 p.m. Monday Wednesday & Friday $28 the court to hit a driving layup for
A.new.form of aerobics that 6 p.m. 7 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday $20 put the Tornadoes up 36-35 to open
the fourth period.Then Baker guard
minimizes bouncing and jogging. Lisa Sigers hit her first two long
shot, from 18 to 25 feet, and put
SHAPE AND TONE 10 a.m. 11 a.m. Tuesday & Thursday $20 scored 23 points against IMaaclenney and has been" a Baker up 39-36. Ann Starling rebounded -
season as the girls s\\epllo their best overall record her missed layup and got
CLASSES 5:15: p.m. 6 p.m. Monday & Wednesday $20 the Tornadoes within one point,
Easy movement routines plus to help out in the background. 38-39 with 6:15: left in the game.
body sculpting. Uses weights.All Then Baker's Tina Hampton hit a
BRADFORD SQUARE long shot to put Baker up 41-38.

classes begin February 24 and February 25 and run for six weeks. Classes may be cancelled if Beverly Mosley stole the basketball
/J and drove in for a layup with
fewer than 10 people register. Classes can be taken individually for $2.50 per class. Registrationfees /f ; Al'A DRESS 5:05 left to put Bradford within one
are non-refundable after classes begin. !!: AVJ GIFT SHOP '. again, 4041. A second steal by
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., SAT. BHS UP 44-41 with 3:23: remaining.

OF Using the one point advantage the
cold shooting Bradford froze the
& % basketball. Mosley was fouled with
i ? 1:47: left and hit the front end of a
BH Center for Health and Fitness
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I Bradford contined the stall and
t r jj p Bridget Skenn was fouled by Baker
: D with 38 seconds left. Skeen hit two
big free throws to put Bradford up
49.46 with 38 seconds left in the
I-f- game.
.\ Then Voncille Jefferson who had
{ been frustrated the first half with
-- \ fouls and missed shots, took over.
71- k Jefferson hit a long shot from the
... -I'r' corner to once again bring Baker
I / within one, 48-49 with about 25
/ \. Additional seconds left on the clock.
'_4 j ,. Markdownion Fell a Winter1 Bradford's Mosley was fouled with
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of a one-and-one, and Voncille Jef-
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n"r BRADFORD SQUARE and let fly with one of her patented
overhead shots which found nothing
b' r I
NeW oUTLET but net to give Baker High 9-4, a
A FURNITURE J I I 50-49 win. The Bradford girls
RUCJIs retreated downcourt ahead of Jefferson -
IN TOWN -_ _--. nobody stopped to put a handin
: -._ .l'. x... .)10 ." I I her the face on the shot Jefferson let
fly on run.
t: seconds left
The clock had six on
"-0. "' ; ;... ,:
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>0, .
I .v I'' 'tt' ij (,iJ l' time. Mosley hit 5 of 8 free throws
for the night and there was nobody
CENTER ::r.; ....: r F:i.t: ; '. I else Coach John Slater would have
I W. Starke preferred at the free throw line, but
she missed the crucial shot.
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? down to 2:56: on the game clock. up as Hawthorne Jenkins turned
i, Tornado guard Simon Mitchell hita the ball over under pressure from
I q 20 foot shot at 2:49: to put BIIS In BHS's Frank Long.Intentionally .
Varsity rr x front by three, 6966. Hornet Donald fouling, Baker sent
Hay hit, then Wyndell Jenkins, foul Levi Simmons to the throw line with
/ awn ed by Mitchell trying to steal the 35, then 25 seconds left, and Simmons
"nom |par'\: :! Alonzo Williams and Malachi ', ball, hit two free throws to put missed both times. Wyndell
\ ..nguard Jenkins,also pleased Coach Godwin, ? Hawthore up 70-69 with 2:21: left. Jenkins lost the basketball out of the
BHS seeded last because of play- who said they took over when the Ir Herbie Cooper game high with 31 end of the court under the Hornet
n'10few\ district opponents, plays starters were out and didn't miss a points, hit with 2:10: left to put BHS basket on his next time down court.
Thursday, Feb 27, at 7 p.m. lick.Santa + rEkEMBERrw11061bs up 71-70. Wyndell Jenkins took the Simmons was fouled again, and hit
Fe, 10-10, was led by Chip E basketball away from BHS and the first of two free shots, putting
HI1S 53: S.Fe 37 Issac with 14 points and Kelly BFPO drove the length of the court for a BHS up 74-72;; with 7 seconds left.
It was a slow first half but the Tor- Barber with 11. SPONiSNRNS N layup to put Hawthorne u p 72-71. Hornet Jenkins was whistled down
11..tdo five were behind only one point IHS I 7 15 23 asS Cecil Jackson hit an 8 foot jumperto for walking with the basketball on
i ..rly, then coasted to a 43.37 win in .F. 6 10 10 11 37 tRER111040V 41.I put BETS back up by one,73.72with the ensuing possession with :01 on
'MIC i, second half t.dlot4 Korlngi Cooper I e/l.10. Long. .."2.', y0V N t 127 left on the clock That lead held
Dlggi lean D7.J.nMni r MWllllomi I 0't,Mm- Sc I'afiifAPPLtANCBSUPERMA'RKET / :5
BHS was up 8-6 after a very slow mono 1.1/22. Torah 11 Dr7D.eD. '
1 1 rat t period and was one point down, t.nl'.P.i tuthn.r 1.02., I..'.,4.)/I.11. Ih.ppord .I
> > 16. at the half, outscored 10-7 by I 4/t...brio 7.0 U.Muni.1.-..ToKll II.7/11.J7. ,
'-,inta Fe in the second period. BHSuncd BUS Hawthorne 72 1 .
; it on in the second half, w rtn'
i mi. scoring Santa Fe 15.10 in the third Riding a 10 to 15 point lead, the
Tornado five managed to edge
p'u+rler and 23-11 in the fourth
Hawthorne High 74-72 in a 4:30: p.m.
IkTbie the leading BHS -
,over and Cooper rebounder, collectedrec ford game Friday, Feb. 14, in the Brad KEEP WABM I H TE
and High gym t
fouls in the first period ,?
The game was played early, with
i cud a good deal of time on the
nth the varsity playing before the junior 1 y ,
i varsity, on orders from the Florida
f> r junior Patrick Diggs picked up
School Athletic Associationafter
t- slack and turned in a 23 point High
a fight after in the Union High ,
rformance, his highest scoring o
gym after a game there the previous
a f put of the season. Cooper had 10 '
'oints Each had 7 rebounds. Frank week. ,
>:'ig( added 9 points and 6 rebounds. BHS beat 7th ranked in Class lA +'
,.photnore Malachi Jenkins had 6 Hawthorne by in a close game for t{
i nts and 4 rebounds. the second time this season. The .
j Diggs had a slow first half but Hornet coach didn't like the early !'' 1' 1 I
..I>ed extremely well in the second game one bit,especially the fact that r..r' 16 s a .
ilt,, said Coach Jay Godwin. "He his varsity had to play first, a fact of d
rowed> a lot of character tonight. which he said he was not informed."It u
eggs got most of his shots inside buto was half over before we really .. J We feature just about
had a couple of pull-up jumpers.I got warmed up," the coach said. every conceivable
'oper also played well with his BHS led by 10 points, 28-18, after Jam It. Herbie... wltr HurlRS model size and style
',,1 re fouls in the second half,getting the first period, and by 7 points, Known for his' heater to meet any need.
me' big rebounds and keeping up 42-35, at the half as they could easily over the!! outstanding Jumping ability, Herbie Cooper soared high BIStBBtRO HUIIRS We
opposition against Hawthorne (rouNtrRON will assist in
; t> cohesiveness of the team Coach work the basketball inside on the last veek. scoring 31 points you
against the
number seven ranked .. SYtCNGIERS
nriwin said. Hornet five for layups, usually by class 1A syu d. i selecting the right
Frank Long Levi Simmons! and Herbie Cooper. Hawthorne closed to heating system for your
man Mitchell had good defensive within four, 62.58, at the end of the period scoring 12 of Hawthorne's 24 Iloo clstocs home or individual room.
,i'nes They also played good floor third period. points. With Jenkins driving inside !_uR NtCIS roRnRlrutrst
t ones offensively. Simmons had 6 Hawthorne's Wyndell Jenkins, the key for short jumpers and hitting
''Mhts, Long and Mitchell 3 each who could almost fly with the from outside, Hawthorne outscored
Die play of his two sophomores, basketball, got hot in the fourth BHS 12-2 over a three-minute stretch
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. I ....11I Tornado JV five split two fourth period on the Tornado home well. We were very mconsisent. We were big physical players and we
! games this week, beating floor Tuesday night, Feb. 18. played together in spurts, then just let them take over/Coach God-
, Hawthorne 80-69 and losing Tues Spencer Smith led BHS with 18 would go to one-on-one basketballand win said.
I day, Feb 18, to Santa Fe 5250. points. Rob Norman had 12. it hurt us. Hopefully, we will BHS got no bench scoring, and only
The final game of the season Is BHS 16 12 12 10 50 learn and it will help us," said Coach played 7 people for first time in a
1 f1v against Baker High in Macclenny 5.F. 12 II II IB 52OHO..pringi Godwin. long time. It just seemed like we
tomorrow night, Friday, Feb. 21. Mormon 0.II,glyo 12/11,Chandler BHS was 3 for 10 from the free were't mentally prepared to play
Coach Jay Godwin points out the 204. Janhlni' 401 Imllh toil.Total 24 1/110.. throw line in the fourth period, miss- basketbal game,' said the coach.
JV five, in its first year of organized Woodon Ohlobimon I."'.*, Tawniond.11112.15 2 0,.*tpouldlng.Totali' 12.15/21.42.4./' 12, ed four one and one's in the fourth BHS 16 U 22 13 69
basketball, finds it hard to play four quarter and 7 for entire game. How 12 26 20 22 10
consistent quarters. There is much Hawthorne 80 BHS 69 Elijah Williams scored 26 points IHI, icorlngl' NoriMn '.0.15,1"0" 6-2.11,Chandlar
talent on the young team, howeverand The JV five missed four oneandone and Craig Williams 24 for 71 17.janklni'. 211.Imlth""22.Totall' 2f.II2IM.Hawthern .,
Coach Godwin is looking foi free throws in the fourth quarterand Hawthorne. "We let those two guys My.r. 2.1.1.t Wlllla ChUrn Janklni 1-0-4 Craig,.0.'., Jonhlnt Wanning111' 12 0-14,
good basketball teams at BHS ove' lost 80-69 to Hawthorne last Fri- just take it to us. They went one on Illgah WIMIaml 11.1-14. O'Noll 104. Total
IH1. the next few years. day night Feb. 14. one and we didn't stop them. They .0/12.50,

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sb'N season long. Coach Jay Godwin
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Obituaries 1

Karl Erik Dodd Born June 28, 1809 In Toledo, III., Father Tom Gordon officiating. years ago. He was a retired security
Welcomes Back Karl fc'rik! Dodd, 20.of SUrke, died Mrs. Double moved to Starke five Burial followed In Melrose guard.
Monday, I-el 17 in Alachua General years .ago from Winter Haven She Cemetery under the direction of Survivors Include one von, Louis
the Hospital Gainesville following Injuries was a retired school teacher, Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Pellechio of Starke; daughter Mrs.
sustained after being struck member of The Order of Eastern Heights. Mary Beghin of Oceanside N.Y.;
TOMMY LOTT BAND by an automobile. Star, and a member of the and five grandchildren.
Born May 8, 1965 in Orange, Tx., Presbyterian Church of Starke. Mrs. Edna Ilutchinson Funeral services were conducted
performing Mr. Dodd moved to Starke three Survivors include two brothers, Mrs. Edna Frances Hutchinson in Kensico Memorial Cemetery In
weeks ago. lie was a construction Lowell N. Woodburn of Clearwaterand 91, of Lake City died Friday Feb. Valahlla N.Y. Archie Tanner
& 9 1:30
Friday Saturday pm to : am worker and a Baptist.. Nolan Woodburn of Starke. 14, In Suwannee Valley Nursing Funeral Home of Starke was In
STARKE LANES Survivors Include his! mother, Private prayer services were held Home In Jasper following a lengthy charge of local arrangements.Mrs. .
Joyce Newsome Dodd Lopez of Saturday Feb. 15 in DeWitt C. Jones illness. v
1612 N. Temple Ave. 9648175j Dickinson, Tx.; one brother Travis Chapel with Rev. Jerry Patton con- A native of Monks Corner S.C., Dorothy Shaw
Dodd and one step-brother, Ray ducting the service. Funeral services Mrs. Hutchinson lived in Lake City Mrs. Dorothy Mae Shaw, 75, of
mond David Lopez, both of Dickinson will be held in Casey, III. at a for the past ten years. Prior to Lake Raiford,died Wednesday,Feb. 12,in
; sister, Renee McCall of Seneca, later date with burial in Casey City, she was a Starke resident for Bradford Hospital following an extended -
'''''' ''' ''''''''''''''' S.C.; and grandparents Mr. and Cemetery. Arrangements were ten years,being employed by Leila's illness.
; Mrs. Pitt Newsome of SUikC. under the direction of Jones Funeral Dress Shop. She was a past memberof Born May 8, 1910 in Macon, Ga.,
: ; : : 1 Funeral services were held Home of Starke. Python Sisters in Waycross; Mrs. Shaw moved to Raiford 5 years
JO ANN'SA Wednesday, Feb. 19 at PeWitt C member of AREME Chapter, Orderof ago from Miami. She was a memberof
I Jones Chapel in Starke with Rev. Mrs. Sara M. Eck Eastern Star in Waycross; and a First Baptist Church of Starke
Speciality Gift Shop i Bobby Epps and Dev. Leon Odom officiating Mrs. Sara M. Eck, 88, of Keystone member of the First Baptist Churchof and a homemaker.
1 South 301 Plaza Burial arrangements were Heights, died Saturday, Feb. 8 in St. Cloud Fla. Survivors Include her husband
:: For the Gourmet Cook.. : incomplete at press time Jones Gainesville VA Hospital. Survivors include four daughters Whard L. Shaw; daughter Dorothy
l"uneralHome was in charge of arrangements Born Aug. 28, 1897 in Buffalo Mildred H. Dankel of Lake City Elizabeth Olivier of Chiefland; three
i We have a new line of Cookbooks N.Y., Mrs. Eck later moved to Dorothy Hartwig of Tampa Fredre sons John Henry of Raiford Robert
Gingham Placemats Keystone Heights. She was a II. Furlong of Starke and Julia Kiger Leon and Donald Richard of Miami;
Kitchen Soups & Air Freshners : Thelma V. Double member of St. Williams Catholic Earley of Colorado Springs; ten 13 grandchildren and 3 great grand- .
:* Casserole Huggers & Trivets & Napkins i Church of Keystone a homemakerand grandchildren and eighteen great children.
:* Mrs Thelma Verretta Double, 86, a veteran of World War II, U.S. grandchildren and two great-great Funeral services were held Friday -
Hours:10 I.m. $;30 p.m. Hon.Sat ((904)) 964 8547 i of Staike died Friday Feb. 14 in Army. grandchildren. Feb. 14 In First Baptist Church
University Nursing Care Center in Funeral services were held Fri- Graveside funeral services were with Rev. Ben Bryant officiating.
**********ft*****************************************]: extended illness
Gainesville following an day, Feb. 14 in St. Williams Catholic conducted Monday Feb. 17, in Burial followed in Sapp Cemetery
Church, Keystone Heights, with Garden of Memories Cemetery of under the direction of Jones Funeral
Tampa. Sherrill-Guerry Funeral Home of Starke.
Home of Lake City was in charge bf
arrangements. In lieu of flowers Carlton "Reds"SimmonsMrCarlton
donations may be made to Suwannee Jethro "Reds" Simmons -
Valley Nursing Home of Jasper or Sr., 74, of Starke, died Thursday -
DOMESTIC & IMPORTS your favorite charity. Feb. 13 in Bradford Hospital
e following a lingering illness.
Lewis S. MuirMr. Born April 28, 1912, in Cambridge,
Lewis Spence Muir, 72, of Md., Mr. Simmons moved to Starkesix
"SERVICE Melrose, died Saturday Feb. 15 at years ago from Miami. He was a
IS OUR BESTPART" his residence following a sudden il- Methodist a Lions Club member in
lness. Opa Locka and a salesman for a
Born Jan. 4, 1914, in New Jersey meat packing company.
ins Mr. Muir moved to Melrose 21 years Survivors include his wire LeilaH.
ago from Keystone Heights. He wasa Simmons of Starke; daughter
member of Community Church of Carlea Todd of Starke; 3 sons
e BRAKE DRUMS & ROTORS Keystone Heights a former memberof James R. of DeBarry Fla., CarltonJ.
TURNED the Rotary Club and Lions Club ., Jr., of Westchester, Ohio and
e RADIATORS e BRAKES and was retired from E.I. DuPont John D. of Colorado Springs;
Company. brother A.C. Simmons or
eBATTEffiESeSHOCKS Survivors include his wife. Dr. Hagerstown, Md.; and five grand-
e OILS e FILTERS e MUFFLERS Sarah Lou Wells Muir; daughter children.
Margaret Muir Nelson of Long Funeral services were held Monday -
eTOOLS-STARTERSeALTERNATORS Beach Miss.; son, John R. Muir of Feb. 17, in DeWitt C. Jones
Newark. Del.; and four grand- Chapel with Rev. Bobby Epps of
children. ficiating. Interment plans were Incomplete -
Funeral services were held Tuesday at Ar-
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK YOUR FRONT-WHEEL Feb. 18 in Community Churchof rangements are being handled by
Keystone with Rev. Buddy Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
OVERNIGHT DELIVERIES ON MOST PARTS Friedlin officiating. Burial followedin
DRIVE Keystone Heights Cemetery John W. WilliamsMr.

E. Call I St. Starke SPECIALIST under the direction of Jones Funeral John Wesley Williams 58, of
Home of Keystone. Starke died Saturday Feb. 15 in

L 475.12071 964-8011 J I I7134 [1 :320 K:, Cull: St.Stnrke 964-8011 Louie Pellechio Whispering following an extended Pines Care illness.Center

NW 6th St. G'ville3728536 Mr. Louie Pellechio, 66, of Starke Born April 5, 1927, Mr. Williamswas
725-3810 i LH J "SINCE 1972" died Wednesday, Feb. 5,at Whispering a lifetime resident of Starke. He
J l I L I Pines Care Center, following an was a member of Airpark Baptist
extended illness. Church and was disabled.
Born and raised in New York Mr. Survivors include his parents
Pellechio moved to Starke severalDenmark Dewey and Gladys Williams of
Starke; brother Charlie Williams of
Starke; and two nephews.
Funeral services were held Sunday
Feb. 16 at Airpark Baptist
Church with Rev. Leroy Olive and
Furniture Co I Rev. Walter Lee officiating Burial
a followed in Crosby Lake Cemetery
under the direction of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.

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Mrs. Vicie SeibertMrs.

Vicie Etta Seibert, 70( died
Thursday. Feb. 6 in NAS Hospital in
Orange Park following a lingering il-
Born in St. George Ga., Mrs.
Seibert was raised near Heilbronn
Have The Answer! Model of the Week! Springs west of Starke. She residedin
several different states during herhusband's
DONNA PARADO Navy career before settling -
in Jacksonville.
I I' t' II I t Survivors include her husband
Arthur R. Seibert; three brothers
James D. Hodges of Forrestville
) Md., Donald R. Hodges of Starke
and Henry F. Hodges of Lawtey;
HOOVER 7'h 'It oB'g41"ch .' Arti 1s seven sisters Edna H. Norton of
( dlsposdblo canister Kingsley Lake Lois Hau and Faith
SPIRIT bdI whnols ," tr Murphy both of Starke, Carrie
Smith of Green Cove
024000( RPM 0 Handy Springs.
Portable-Canister () DUIII'SI''I'' topside Dorothy Sweat and Katie Crews both
Motor'Fa.. twitch of Orlando, and Mary Gibson of
Vacuum sy4tern 0 Dual edge Lake Butler; several nieces and
1' + Active and honorarypallbearers
cluatnng! '
Reg. 109.95 were all nephews of the
jter.. deceased.
$8995INCLUDING Funeral services were held Monday
Feb. 10 in Rivermead
I ATTACHMENTS' HOOVER. Orange Park with Rev. Grady

''v Williams officiating. Interment
Convertible I, 1'ltir followed in Jacksonville Memory
Upright Gardens.

with Dirt
Concept t Card of ThanksWe
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o Agitation : ':: :..: '::., .._ who said a prayer sent a card sent
o One Speed Motor ..."....."'"...0"....._. flowers or supplied food during the
.Cord Wrap loss of our loved one, Opal Inez
OOuick&Clean HOOVER 1 Reg. '199.95 I 1 Silcox.
Bag Change I Io j iI A special thanks to Rev. Bobby
Self Adjusting Convertible' 179 Epps Rev Ed Kirkland and DeWitt
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with Family of
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$129 Complete ;;:. our beautiful recent and bereavement.practical ways during

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be remembered. May God's richest
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AM/FM stereo/cassett, tilt, 1980 HONDA good condition, 1982 CHEVY CAVALIER
AC, cruise, one own.r 24,945 good transportation. Tr- WAGON: family car, bucket
mils,loaded,black with red In wlllegar Motor, 9647200. ..at*, good transportation.
ferior. $7488. Lak. Chevy Old, $3295. Pettlt Used Car,

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1977 DODGE RAM CHARGER: 1976 JEEP: 6 cylinder, whit 1879
4WD, AT, PS, PB, AC $1888. spoke wheels, 1 owner 3 1973 DATSUN PICKUP fete; I
1 Lak Chevy Old, 9647500. sped 4962600.$2695., Pettit Used Car, 9sfc 888.good 4.7500.strong Lake .. //r3*.. t' a.P 1

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1981 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME: 1984 ESCORT GL: 1 owner, 5 --
1982 TRAVEL CRAFT: 21 ft., 350 V8, auto, fully C Trucks
$3995. Terwlllegar Motor, peed, AC, like new, radio, PS. self-contained, dual air, w/ el. heat, radarrange ars -
9647200. $4688. lake Chevy-Olds, new tire, gas/elec ref., like new,
9647500. 28.000 mile*. $20.000. Premo. 473.3942.

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$1995. domestic Most transmissions in In our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section.
tape. Terwlllegar Motors 944-7200. CHEVtm. $148. Lake Chevy Old. 964.7500
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milled to th* Bradford County Scholarship available) ERA TIHIn and hard-working person to sell our
Telegraph oftic in writing and paid In Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayett Goodyear root products. Writ Ed
advance unless credit it alr.ady MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN FOR SALE St. 964-5045 7/4 tfn Morion, Consolidated Companies, 1801

established with this offIce. TYPISTS) $500 weekat! home. Write E. 9th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44114. 2/20

550: fully loaded $950 or best LINK FENCEr Installed Free NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum.
offer. Call 964 8290 after 5 p.m. 2tchg estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co; Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great !
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER needed at Whispering Pines Care have following. Good benefit. Busy
2/13.2120 Owner Tommy Reddish 964 8559 tfn for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH
THE TELEPHONE. Call 9646220. Inc. 9644645. 2/20
Center Susan Cook at shop. Halrplones, ,
Classified, deadline it TUESDAY 12/5TF TF
Run o picture of your for sale Item In YOUR BUSINESS COpy MACHINES Canon-for rent or
NOON. to JOBS $16,040 PERSON INTERESTED) In earning extra
prior Thursday publication GOVERNMENT -
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For WANT TO STOP sale. Canon home copier, $799 Canon
Minimum I. 15 word. for $2.75 ; Call of Infants ((6 wks
charge 59230yr. Now hiring. money by taking car
Info call 964.6305. THAT OURS horn or office copier $999, Canon office
then 10 cents for each word thereafter 1.805-687-6000 ext. R-5504 for current to 3 yrs. old) In their homes. Call
Alcoholics Anonymous copier, $1399. Rent to own for as
fed.ralll.t. 1/9 2/27 964.6794.2/20 2tchg 2/27
CARS & TRUCKSMUST HOMES! 96 ..4150.9U68949U.6219pd little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home BODY SHOP MANAGER David Lawson at
thru 5/15 110 W. Call St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21
work. For Info call lake Chevy Olds needs qualified
FOR SALE assembly
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, tfn
SELL IMMEDIATELY: 1982 Corvett., etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 month. 504.641-8003, ext. 9579. 1/30 4tpd 2/20 painter with body shop experience.
loaded with extras. Beautiful car. Best 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn SALES POSITION must have sales experience. Call for appointment 9647500. Itchg
REDUCED: 3BR, 2Bo CHI A. FP on 6 acresIn Call 964.5606. 1/30TF 2/20
offer 9648309. 10/10 TFchg and
Butler 496-3079 Keystone Heights, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa.
1980 BUICK Skylark AT PS PB Am/FM city on Geiger .Rd., near Southside 473.4973. 2/26 tfn $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn SEMI DRIVER TRAINING! Earn big bucks, PERSON TO CLEAN SHOP) Halrplanes,
Elem. $68,500. 964 5876. 1/9TF drive big trucks. DOT certification Inc., 9644643. Itchg 220Classified
cassette, nice car. Take over pmls. Call SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines AM/FM/CASSETTE RECORDER stereo
BY OWNER: 3/1 on private drive just out Local and national
468-2860 after 6 1/23 TF Bradford for box |lob placementassistance.
relald. detachable
p.m. of town. Wood stove central heat and Serving County 10 with speakers (lam ). .
1977 PLYMOUTH Brougham 43.000 years Bradford Septic Tank Service Sears, exc. cond., originally cost $225 Correspondenceresidenttraining.
AC. nice. 964.5997. 2/6 2/20
original miles Very clean 400 c.1.I four very 3tpd 964 8121. 10/17 TFchg now $1 00.792.3660. leave message |1m Eligible Institution for federal Ads
BLOCK HOME 2BR Bath 509 N.
barrel. No rust or defects. Originalowner. one SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes TF aid GSL. Call 1-800-251-9042. UNITED Get Results
964 8662 2/13 2lpd 2/20 Church St. CH/A, carport shaded yard. cleaned oiled and adjusted| $15. Used WASHER t DRYER: Sears Kenmore, large TRUCK MASTER. Resident training
Call 964.6484. 2/6 41 2:27
1975 MERCURY COUGAR recently pd sewing machines for sale. James capacity. Both for$400. Phone 964.8399after Tampa Fla. fcan 86-30
THREE BEDROOM brick home. CH.A, 2 SALES POSITION) Must have soles ex
rebuilt engine. Needs paint $800. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy 6 p.m. TF
bath LR/DR fireplace. breakfastroom Coll 9645606. Olin. Mobil.
964.4009. Itpd 2/20 16. Starke 964.8733. 12/STF HALF PRICE! Large flashing arrow signs perience. 444440440404044404040
560 Glendale St.
A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: 964 5468 gameroom 2/64tpd 2'27 HANDYMAN: carpentry painting, electrical $289 complete! Lighted non-arrow Homes TFHAIRDRESSER Needed to QUALITY MASON SHOESIf
Run complete home $269. Nonlighted $219. Free letters. experienced.
a picture of your for sale item In repair.Reasonable
BEDROOM house for sale
byowner. for hairdresserwho
fill toll-time want them Eve
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For rates Licensed contractor. Warranty.Only few left. Can see local position you got
info call 964.6305. 964-4908. 2/13 2tpd 2/20 Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF ly. Factory: 1-800-423-0163 anytime. has large following and I. leavingthe them.
19.7 ACRES WITH 3 BR, 2 bath DW Class Center
area. Looking Styling
LOSING YOUR HAIR Frizzy hair? Dry fcan 86-31
CH/A out buildings. $59.000. 96<4514 All Please leave name
964 4247
applications are confidential
hair? Oily hair? Stubborn hair? Try USED FURNITURE vacuum cleaners, antiques '
YARD SALES eves and weekends and references number 7823894. 22000404440404440400044ii|
are required. I'pd
Nexxus natural hair care products. much more. BROWNS USED 't
Halrplanes, Inc.. 9644645. 2/20 TF FURNITURE 110 E. Call St. 2/13 4tchg 2/13 3tpd
SATURDAY Feb. 22: 225 W Lawtey. 2 new stove refrigerator dishwasher, WILL PROVIDE room and board for elderly 3/6

miles from 301 look for signs Moving utility room double driveway lots of person. 964.7138. 2/6 3tpd 2/20 THREE-WHEELER 1985 ATC 250 SX AT, 5

everything must go. Itpd 2/20 shade trees patio. Close. to shopping. WILL SIT WITH ELDERLY PEOPLE or speed 4 stroke, reverse shaft drive
SAT. 4 SUN.: 8.4 p.m. Large ploy pen $37,000.964-7616., Itpd 2 20 babysit In daytime In your home. Call and electric start. $1100. 782-3660.
CAREFREE LIVING in this spacious 3 BR, 3
crib mattress baby clothes furniture
9645862. Itpd 2/20 leave message |m TF
skirts, dresses etc 818 ParkwooriPlace both brick home on beautiful Hampton
NEED COMMERCIAL or residential mow- SOFA: nice, clean and comfortable.
Lake. LR, formal DR family room with
off Pratt St. 2/20
Itpd Ing and cultivation done. Call 964.4627. Seats 4 persons. $125 make offer
fireplace, eat-in" kitchen 2 car
METHODIST CHURCH THRIFT SHOP carport Itpd 2/20 9645957. Itpd 2/20
Grace U.M. Church Lawtey Sat. 9.4 dock w/pavilion boathouse w/boat NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT? Try us. ROLL BAR for small pickup. $25. Call
p.m. Apt size elec range clothes lift Many amenities owner 964.4465or Halrplanes, Inc. 9644645. 2/20 TF 964.7604.Itpd 2/20
468.1591. 2.20 2tpd 2/27 /rwil1ear
other items. Itpd 2/20 SEVERAL ITEMS 3 mo. old GE
SEVERAL ITEMS: contemporary sofa with refrigerator; 45,000 BTU
FOR SALE gas rang; gas
brown diagonal stripes, $55; brown REAL ESTATE heater; Peavey Bass amp; Fender Bass t

recliner, seat needs repair have ports, OUT OF STATELAND Guitar; 2 ceiling fans; dining table with REALTY
$10; black recliner $15; twin bed mattress BRADFORD LIMEROCK 6 chair. Call 9646740. Itpd 2/20 ,
> box spring $60; pine chest-of- SALES SEVERAL ITEMS Sears riding mower 8

drawers $20; 3 light fixtures, make of. FOR SALE: Mountain land for sale Llmerock Fill Dirt hp, 30" cut alternator equipped elec #N1 II PHONE 964.7776
fer; knickknack corner shelves, $12; by owner $100 down owner financed 20 yd. semi-loads only trlc start new battery and blade, in excellent .
bamboo chair $10; 2 metal bed frames, 2 acre tracts nearby 3,000 acre lake. Phone 782.3172 5/23 tfchg condition. Sears 36" Aerator 205 N. Temple Starke I

adjustable. $10 each; other I I'/i hours north of Atlanta near Ellilay.| STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at catalog price $129 included Free Price
miscellaneous Items. All can be seen 1404276.2727 or 1 404.276.3668. fcan Doublewide Home Center located firm at $595. 964-7518. Itpd 213A CECELIA TERWILLEGAR

Sat. Feb. 22 9:30-2 p.m. Hwy 100A to SE 86-29 North on 301 Lawtey, Fla (this Is not PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS:
1st Ave., 2nd house (brick) on right S.84 ACRES Highway' 90 and Railroad trailer furniture) 6/ 13 tfnchg Run a picture of your for sale item In SERVICE INTEGRITY GOLDEN RULE

964-e602.2/20 frontage commercial property Owner FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
FRIDAY/SATURDAY lots of everything. financing. 9'", acres farmette. good sale at Olins Home Center located on Info call 964.6305,
408 Polk St.. off Orange and Pratt St home. barn and fences Near Bonifay Highway 100 West This is not trailer HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
Itpd 2/20 Call ((904)) 547.2028. Icon 86.34 furniture 6/13 tfnchg WANTED
AKC TOY POODLES for stud: 964.4238. block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres.

LAND FOR SALE BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES 1/23TF CHARlOTTE'S WEBB Now taking consignment Crawford Rd. plus four chicken barns. --a good going business.

BAHIA HAY: large rolls new cut. $25. Items, Clothing Toys Owner financlng.Buy all or part I

ONE ACRE LOT Off Road. No 496.3050 after 5pm. 2/6 6tpd 3/13 Handcrafts New and Used Items. 138 .NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
Forsythe MICROWAVE OVEN: Tappan new 1986
N. Water St. Call 964-7100. 964-5732
down payment $75 per mo. Call model family size oven Left In Owner financing.
OWN YOUR OWN Joan 9648569. 1/91F
9645606. 10/4 tfn Sportswear layaway still in box w/5 yr. BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY: Bradford
WANTED Children's and Infants
ladies childrens clothes
apparel large size, :
LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down Bal $238 $19 month.
balance In five years financing by petite. combination store. maternity guarantee 1.725.1997.2/6 4tchg or 2/27 per toys furniture and mlsc Items Call Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage
accessories Jordache Chic Lee l.vl.! Charlottes Webb, 9647100. 138 N. nice neighborhood.
police protection,
owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. RCA 25" XL100 Color TV: remote. walnut
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement E Z Street Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin cabinet Reg. $749 Bol. $338 or $25 per Water St. Eves call 964.5732 or MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR 2 Ba, LR, DR large kitchen 2
Klein Valente. Evan Picone, Liz 964.8569.1/30TF
3500. $350 dn., $70 Call Sergio
mo. month. 1.725.1997.2/6 2/27
per 1 4tchg utility rooms 2 car fireplace, CH/A on one acre.
9645606. 1/03 tfn Claiborne. Members Only Gasoline WE BUY MORTGAGES on any Florida garage,
FIREWOOD: seasoned oak cut split
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY Heolthtex over 1000 others. $13.300 to delivered $75 per cord. 473.4512. 2/13 home. Any area any condition. Mortgage I ROOM TO ROAM
$24.900 inventory training fixtures not current? Bad pay? We
ROAD: $3.000 no down payment $70 grand etc Can 15 days 3tchg 227HORSES specialize In foreclosures and legal 4 Acres . . . Griffis Loop . . . .$16,000
per mo. Call 964.5606. I/03 tfn opening open : Good broke. family horses.
LOT IN CITY $6.000. Call 964.5764; after Mr. Keenan ((305)) 6783639. Itpd 2/20 Registered and grade Will buy; trade)! probjems. Call John 1.800.462.8871. 6 Acres ". . . Primitive Church Area . . .......$12,000jlAcwr .

5. !cal! | 4q4-5;',-,?1/.07 tfn. ,,. ._,",Near "...$7.77"1tr the!'SHOE'Sfarke STORE Iliad"AflYb1HY6: Have your owndTYtfllt store' "r sellsWVhyjvo huy, .h< ""' iyou CamOdeuS PERSON fcan 6-32 TO 9M&M 1" large' fi t6rttd In tout:. :'/ .\: .'.''T'okiawoihd'wver." ".-. .-. . .51'50011; AI '
THREE ACRES in city. on Geiger Rd for a change? No lies or big bullt-ups, : () .
T.37Acresr.w.eeaRd4L9tlSQY/h .
Southslde franchise fees Total merchandise, .investment try $200 per month plus '/. utilities /
964.5876 1 23 Elementary TF $7,500. from only $4950 to $7950. 2522 gust plain N. 301 good Starke horses 964.4986 Try us oncel after 964-4367. after 6 pm. Itpd 2/20 36.43 Acres .. . . Brown lee $82,332

Call or write with no obligation. Gerald 7:30. 2/13 2tpd 2'20 10 Acres . . . . Waldo . . . . .$25,000
((904)) 737.4633 P O Box 23866
BOATS Kogen SEVERAL ITEMS contemporary sofa with MISCELLANEOUSCHARLOTTE'S 14.5 Acres . . . Graham.l,625/ac..
Jacksonville. Flo 32217. 2 13 2tpd 2. 20
INTERESTED in establishing" dealer for brown diagonal stripes, $55; brown 10.51 Acres . . . Graham . . . .l,625/ac.
recliner seat needs repair have parts,
1973 FISHERMAN-Sportscroft 16 ft.bowrld.r. truck toppers. both aluminum and $10 black recliner $15; twin bed mattress WEBB: Now open! Quality 2.5 Acres . . . Hwy. 301 S.$15,000
ladies children's and men's clothes
60 hp Johnson motor fiberglass., Well established company ft box spring $60; pine chest-of- and Also han 9 Acres. . . . 'Country Club. . . . .$49,000
with dealers the southeast accessories. featuring
galvanited Gator trailer. Good for skiing throughout .
and fishing. All in good condition. Contact Robert Black 813 855.1552 or drawers knickknack$20; 3 light fixtures shelves, make, $12 offer dicrafts. Call 9647100. 138 N. Water St. 4.78 Acres. . . 230A & Wilson .$12,000

Priced reasonable and negotiable Call 855-1880 or write; DSR SALES INC., ; corner metal bed frames; 1/30 TF 5 Acres (Woodlawn) . . .Lawtey . . $15,000
bamboo chair $i0:2: ,
782-3161 before 4 p.m., 782-3794 after Home of Topkat Box 208 Oldsmar adjustable, $10 each; ether FREE GERMAN SHEPHERD MIX: 1 yr. old..pay.d 438 Acres. .,.i, !\ .Hampton . . . .$1 ,000/ac.
220A Fla. 33557. 2'13 2tpd 2 20 female, great with kids needs
Itpd WHY BE LONELY? Start new right miscellaneous Items. All can be seen farm to roam or large fenced yard Call 40 Acres . V : . . 230 E.$100,000

PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Companion., friends. dates year allavailable. Sot. Feb. 22 9:30-2 p.m. Hwy 100A'to SE Bruce 964-8179 or 964.6078.2/20 2tchg 20.16 Acre.v'>VSvl;, ,trLawtey . . . .$50,000
Run a picture of your for sale item In For information and application lit Ave., 2nd house ,(brick) ,on right. 2/27 :
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For 9648602. 2/20 Free Notary Services
write Southern Singles, Box
Info call 964.6305. ABOVE GROUND' POOL: 24x4 round
743FLC Bonifay, Fla. 32425. fcan 86.33 ';it' y t: 7.- ,.Mi *
with full accessoriesOnly'8 months FLORI lAND "** *

old. Asking $800 Call 964,5485. 2/20 EVENINGS
1425. Trading Post in Waldo MOBILE HOMES .' '-'
964-7408' "IRVING
restaurant home, laundromat FOR SALE FREEZER: very good condition,
snack bar 40 ac. RV hookup trailer $225. Otis Melton 9646821 Opd' 2/20 964.7700 JOHN GREENE 533-2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964 6593

park Good gross TELEVISIONS: Zenith blacks..Whit.. .$25; DM N Temple AvV .. NOVIS WARD"984V4S4".CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408
4421--4BR 2 Ba, block on canal access 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on RCA console. $75. Call 7823702. 2/20 ..nl. P. Odom Irek.FGI. RANDY CORY 475.2597
Thornton At oclato
to Santa Fe lake. Privacy plus. one or all. Olin Mobile Home Sales. 2tchg 2/27 I.* .-.-- .
Many nice features 904964.5606 6/6 tfnchg LIGHT UTILITY TRAILER: 4f'x".1.: Good Wood St we For SaleIn

f403"(2)( ) 1 ac. lakeview homesites 28x70 MOBILE HOME for sale in city. 5 Good condition $125. Call 964.6653. City: 3BR, 2 full baths, brick

Assume mortgage. BR, CH/AC 31' porch. Complete kitchen Itpd 2/20 J" .* : home; L-shapad LR and family room, "v.' T*n for (#";trBARGAINS

427--3RR. l'/i bath brick on 5 ac.. good location $3,000 down SOFA AND CHALJ) : $150. Excellent', cond step saver kitchen, 2.39 acres. a FROM J:- x$11.96
owner finance, Coll 964.4060. 2/13 2 old. '1J18.P rkwdod. Plac., off financing
yrs. lots Graham area owner
barn fenced. Priced right '
2lpd 2/20 Kitchen a lavatory Faucets
Pratt St 2/20 2tpd 2/27 tfie'Bargain Center .
I426--20' acres with 400 pecan trees TWO MOBILE HOMES: all electric, top STUD COLT 23 MOL; old green; broke 1 acre up. 1. "'f10.9S.t
476' 301 South.
e5 Acres, on .
older country home 69500. Owner shape, deck patio front and rear Also large pony mare 1n'loal. 96<4367 ?;>. co..f; PIp: ttnirtbtlod( Weatherstripplng -
financed with $20.000 down. storage sheds skirted carport and after 6 p.m. Itpd 2/20 Lots, zoned for trailers, /, acre to Jro "o".I" -

4422-5 Ac., older home, newly paved awnings. One 14x56 2BR 1'> bath In WORTH'A MILLION WORDS 1% acre, owner financed $500 Y s' 3" PVC Sch. 40 1-] NMB Wire
road pecan & fruit trees Low small park One 12x60 2BR 1 bath A PHOTO is : down. Well Pumps,, ...). ft. A a .. 'r:t J17.95 250'
Run a picture of.your for.sal* Item In land with road Felt So.50 per roll
down payment overlooking lake in Lake Geneva Best Union County: paved From $139.95; 0 .e' Oil 'c:' ,
1428--5.60 ac. with brick home. two offer one or both. 4732293. 2/)33tpd) our Info FOR call 9646305. :,* on 2 sides, 20 minutes from 'Mobile Home.Supplles' Llghtpoles ,.Cabinets Electrical Plumbing Supplies.CaulksSng e

other spaces now renting room for 2/27 Gainesville. Owner financing. '\
more mobile spaces. 40000. 1984 DESTINY: one bedroom fireplace CORVETTE ENGINE: 350 4-bolt,overhauled Commercial Building-Call for : BARGAIN .CENTER INC

$1500 equity and take over paymentsCall to factory new Condition. Complete- details. ,,..\ 'n ',10OgOMiLceilaneotglt.msandSalvage P 0"*
Ask about our farms residential after 6pm 782.3358. Itchg 220A -fan to trans on test stand. Can Startup "ng

listings and commercial property PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS 964.8662.a/ t 32tpd! 2/2b Lee ft Willie:Mae. t 964-6679 Hwy. 301 South Starker

We also have bank tepo properties Run a pictur- of your for sale Item In

2-room space for rent utilities Included our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For .. o .

at $395 a month Info call 96<1.6305.FiLLDIRyl. Tim's. Custom Cabinets 'qIIrI )

e.sIN.templ.Ave \ .\ 1// CarpetAY'( Scotchcard

Starke Fl 32041 I I New Construction ** Remodeling .,, .i',,1, Room $1495 I,

G STROUTREALTY I CULVERTS INSTALLED Cabinets Tile Ceilings Meaning. B311)), Aable

Call Anytime Cut Brick o.Stone Stucco Drywall I Florida Carpet Gleaning & Dye Co.
INCOHPOIIATIOOKI* J Hampton | Mobile Home Underpinning (Skirting) _

S431 473-3096 I 468-1455 J 20 "pd J In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone -= .. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED

__ _ n&1 Free Estimates '. W. tptcializt) In cleaning and r.-dy.!nj of wall to wall oarpat, furniture

6 Call Tim Thompson .; cleaning and Inside auto detailing. W, offer bids on oommarelal oontraots.

Roberts Real Estate 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves Quality work at low, low pricos. Call now to make an appointment.

Senior Citizen Discount No Mijeoge Charge Free Advice

986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL
e Rseas.s.e Call 964-4997 Call 8 .... "<
964-6262 400 N.
q Chuck Jen. hptl In sal ,k... Yuck .. IIsrtr."aoIf"
From stirs oharls UL MiJalr at rf ..... el c-.8I'1I
Plumbing Supplies
PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves

2 BR frame house, CHSA, outbuildings and many extras. Durrance Pump & Supply .

.JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA block home on large city lot. e

Central heat and air carport. $49,500. ||I* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed .' HOMES

COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 US 301 North, 844 N. Temple Ave.. Starke 964-76 EocTot1

plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.Call ",0 Custom Off liii

for details BEAUTIFUL Built

640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly Insulated Windows I

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that C InstalledI'
$1200.00 per ocrell.WATERFRONT ) !I. :

150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin SERVICE CONTRACTS --:--

Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake. HOUSE WIRING SOLAR SYSTEMS FLORIDA Tilt-in For'Cteaning

Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500. o CENTRAL HEAT & AIR

eMOBILE HOME On a 1 ptus minus acre lot with four out. 3 1_" ----FREE ESTIMATESnn.iv..9 \ I

buildings including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of Service On All Home Appliances Air Conditioners 964-6766


State LTceneed'heat

George W. Roberts Jr. Broker Commercial l RefrigerationDependable 46&1051: Starke, Fla.YaKtN .

Terry A. Gaines CSM Salesman Service 412U


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I I- Starlie Ads Cont.. 1 I' f NOTICE Keystone Height ,s..r.rr HELP WANTEDSHEAR 1

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub PERFECTION Is looking for an
FOR RENT mltted to the Lake Region Monitor office CARS, TRUCKS FOR RENT experienced hair stylist to |loin our
In writing and paid In advance & toff. Call 473-7323 for Interview. 2tchg
MIMOSA unless credit Is already establishedwith BOATS BEAUTIFUL 2 BR on lake Great room 2/13-20
HOMI PARK clean.
Mobil. this office.MONITOR with beam celling, deck wood stove, COSMETOLOGIST Redkln Scientific full
Homes and for 2nd floor, 1 child 964 8498.
Recreational vehicles spaces rent. 2/20 accepted. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 113 TRANS AM loaded with two car garage, large shady lot. $375 service salon. Desire' to learn and
welcome. Phone Itpd
964-7498.9/16 tfn TWO BEDROOM furnished Electricity RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN everything.$8495.473-3360 from'.5 or month. 16943087. 1/16 tfnchg license required. Doris Hair Clinic.
apt. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 479-1468 evening and weekends. 2 BR MOBILE HOME Melrose area $170 479-2211. 2tchg 22O27CARPENTER'S
EFFICIENCIES studios and and hot Included.
BR water $200
on. apart. per .
4lehg 2/6-27 month and deposit Also one all new HELPER Experienced only.
ly ments., monthly Electricity ral...Included.Palms low week 2/27 month no pets 9648071. 2/20 2tchg Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon 17 FORD MUSTANG .36,666 mil., mobile home, furnished, $220 a month Apply In person. King Lumber Com

2314 N. Temple Ave tfn Apartments, COZY UNFURNISHED 3BR 1 Ba. freshly prior to Thursday publication mint condition $2699. 4732028. Itchg plus deposit for fair respectable cou pony Highway 21N. Itchg 2/20
Minimum charge It 15 words for$2.79. 2/20 pie 1684.6634 or 475.2694. 1/16 SALESPERSON WANTED We need
APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 painted house. Carpet throughout
then 10 cents for each word thereafter 190 CHEVY
MONZA 2 door, 4 cylinder tfnchg hard-working to sell
BA apt.For more Information call Lake ceiling fan and big kitchen. Washer 8 person our
Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity dryer hookups, next to playground.First 4 speed, stereo: equalizer, 69.000 WHITI SANDS LAKE 2 BR, furnished. Goodyear roof products. Writ. Ed
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg last and security deposit. No PERSONAL SERVICES miles Power steering, A/C, lilt. $1900. Yearly rate available. $250 month Mahon Consolidated Companies, 1801E.

NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1BR pets, references r.qulr.d. Mike 4737618. Itpd 2/20 249.7884.4tpd 1/30-2/20 9th St., Cleveland Ohio 44114. 2/20
apartments with kitchens, located next 964-4319 or 4732946. 1971 TOYOTA CEUCA GT Llitbock TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes.Across 3tchg 3/6
to Tenneco station In downtown SIX ROOM HOUSE on Rd. 227 Louise CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work 5-speed. AC stereo, new radial from lake. $155. Partially furnished.Mr. .
Stark. $90-$75 per week. Call Newman 964.5559. Itchg 2/20 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. $1490. 473-7618. Itpd 2/20 Phillips 473-7960. 2/13 20tpd 6/26 HOUSES FOR SALE
Reasonable prices. Call 473.4018 after 1971 DATSUN 2IOZ speed A/C run OFFICE SPACE 320 ft.
964.5139 days or 964-6566 .v... 12/3TF RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month sq. per
BEDROOM large home n.ar Hampton. and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg excellent fast $2400. Call 4737618. month air and heat Melrose, Fla. BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT HOMI Big
CARPET AND VINYLi Repairs and In. Itpd 2/20 32666.475-1602. Itpd 2/20 white sandy beach excellent swimming -
$125 per month Incl. utilities and kitchen Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF
privileges. 4682515. 12/26TF CLEAN MOBILE HOMES} for rent. On stallations. Free estimates Ten years 1972 FORD PICKUP Look great New and skiing. 3 BR 2 BA fireplace,
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGI now Highway 16 W. Close to prison experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for shocks, tire*. Needs engine work. YARD SALE central H/AC, screened porch and

available at C4C Mini Storage. 12 ft. 964-7930 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg Craig. 9/17 tfnchg $790. 4737618. Itpd 2/20 deck 79900. 473.3468 or 4731349.
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt.mlld.w. 1973 PONTIAC
ceilings, lights, power new reduced NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown WAGON Rum BIO YARD SALEI! Foot of SE Lake Lane 4tchg 2/20.3/13
peeling from homes, good looks
rate.. 9648848. 1/9TF law office on E. Call St. If you are Interested paint fair. $385. 4737618. Itpd (Street starts across from Garden St.
driveways, mobile homes Call Rick. 2/20
ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 In renting this office and off SR-21 downtown Keystone). Two PETS
413.2452.3tchg 2/6-20 1978 LINCOLN
TOWN CAR Loaded. BuiltIn
per night. From$35 per week. Discount selecting carpet and having Input Into BABYSITTING IN MY HOMI Mon-Frl. CB. A.I. antique captains bed.. $100 each; 1
$1900. Call
offered for longer term. Apply In per renovating It, call 964-6309 John 76. Infants and school starting 2/20 4737618. Itpd stereo console, $50: 1 stereo tape FREE BIRD DOG PUPPY 4737130. Itchg
son Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Miller. TF March 1. Make reservations age CallDebbie 1974 MGB CONVERTIBLE player and turntable, $50; 1 1984 Hon 2/20
from Post Office. TF TWO BEDROOM HOUSE for rent: kitchen now. Rum ex do 3-wheeler $1000; and other BRADFORD HUMANE SOCIETY has
Slngletary days-786-9396 cellent
TWO BEDROOM trailer with roof over furnished. Call 9644060. 2/13 2tpd after 6:30.473.7674.3tchg: 2/6-20 Itpd 2/20 new top. $1350. Call 473-7618. miscellaneous.items. Saturday Feb. some puppies and kittens for good
top and 3 bedroom house In 2/20 22 95. Itchg 2/20
country PAINTING Interior and exterior. 20 1971 DATSUN B210 A-One homes $20 fee Includes neutering or
1st and last. 468-1179. Itpd 2/20 TWO BR TRAILERi on private lot Just experience. 4732016. 3tpd 479-1138. FEBRUARY 20 21 ft 22 275 gallon fuel spaying. Call 964-8288 964.5646 or
years 1tchg2/20
THREI BEDROOM 2Ba, CB wl'h CH/A. refinished Inside. New carpet, new 2/13-27 1910 OLDS CUTLASS One tank 7X7'/iX14 lean-to building 13 4732424. Itpd 220MISCELLANEOUS
Near Southslde School. $350/month. drapes, completely furnished. No pets, owner 38.000 Inch tires and rims, 2 bowling balls,
HANDYMAN SERVICE Yard work, miles, loaded. Like brand new. $3290.
964.5423.2/20 TF no children. $290/mo $100 sec. dep. household items, knlck knacks. Take
clean-up hauling tree and 475.3060. 2/20
trimming Itpd
TWO BEDROOM house: New River area. 964.5739.2/13 2tpd 2/20 SR 100 east past Gizmo first road on
removal kind of odd lob 4733321. WATERREAPER 13'/t it. with 50 HP
CH/A carpet. $223/month 1st lost FOR RENT OR SALES Like new 3 BR, 1 4tpd 2/13-3/6 any Evlnrude motor- and Cox trailer $1200. right, first house on right. Itpd 2/20 PAC RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used 'furniture .
$100 deposit. 496-2031.2/20 2tpd 2/27 bath block house on 2.6 acres NEW AND USED ITEMS 9 miles north of household Items,
CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction Itchg 2/20 appliances,
964.5445.2/13TF truck mounted equipment. Free 19(0 TOYOTA Corolla station wagon, Keystone intersection on SR-21 at Murrhee's collectable, glassware, old jewerly
KEYSTONE-MELROSE AREAl 2 BR.. 2 Ba. farm. Watch foralgn.. Thursday
estimates, residential' and commercial.C low mileage, 3-speed AC AM/FM tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26
MH CH/A. Call Mr. Edwards, 473-3699, Friday and Saturday. 2tpd 2/20-27
S B CARPET CLEANING. 4737770. stereo, clean. $3799. 4734846. Itchg Paperback
2/20TF 3tpd 21327HANDYMANi 2/20 GARAGE SALE Keystone Heights' 480 S. Lawrence Blvd. Open LOS Man-
Raised Print LARGE BR HOUSES 1 bath, CH/A stove, Assembly of God Hwy 100 South. Sat 4tchg 26.27BINGO..AMERICAN
refrigerator. Suitable for couple or carpentry, painting electrical Saturday Feb. 22 104. Itchg 2/20 LEGION POST Hwy

BUSINESSCARDS mall family. $350/month. Call complete home repair. FOR SALE FRIDAY SATURDAY Out SR 100 to SR 21 N. Sunday afternoon 2-9.
964-7826.2120 TF Reasonable rates Licensed contractor 214, turn right. Post Masters Village. 9 ALSO..SATURDAY NIGHT at 7 O'clock
EFFICIENCY APT.s Two rooms, compl. Call Mitch 473.3940.1/30TF a.m. Itpd 2/20 the
with a $200 JACKPOT. Open to
MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
furn., no children. 7823.3458.2/2OTF GARAGE SALE Orchid and Grove. Sat public. 4tpd 2/20-3/13
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR, 1 bath on Grlffls' LAND FOR SALE organ with double keyboard base S Sun. 22 A 23 from 94. 1 Itpd 2/20
500 Cards for $13.95Prices Loop. No pets. 9646493. Itpd 2/20 pedals and rhythm section, $799 Call SATURDAY 22 Multi-family yard sole,

473-2210 weekdays or 473.4648 94. Country Villa Highway 21 between & Compare! I
Quoted On All COMMERCIALAND LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500. weekends for appointment to .... tfn Keystone and Melrose. 2/20 Shop

Styles & Quantities RESIDENTIAL Owner will finance $164 per month. SUNLINE TRAVEL TRAILER 15'/i ft.. Special Insurance for
4734367. Hnchg. 12/6 1983 .self-contained sleeps six, excellent Mobil.Home Parks
Free Pickup & DeliveryCall MAINTENANCE condition compact pick-up REAL ESTATE All types of homeowners .

Collect 10 a.m.- D.m. Lawns Cleaning pulls easily, $4000. Will consider pop policies for

Rob Robson 641.8345 Repairs 'Moving PaIntIng up 2/13-27 camper In trade 4732986. 3tpd WHITE SANDS LAKE Two story executive mobile homes

Free Estimates (O WATER HEATER Electric, 30 gallon brick home, hugh master Call for Quote.Olin's *
bedroom suite, living area formal -
964-6431 Ask for Steve cabinet style, $35. Couch and matching dining room open family room with Mobile

chair like new $125. Call 473.3601 or fireplace, CH/AC screened porch and

III In 1R eo 4737053. Itpd 2/20 deck. Two car garage, excellent lot Home Sales

FIREWOODt seasoned oak cut, split with whit. sandy beach 135900.

D & S Welding ServicePortable Have you ever In wished thaI and delivered. $75 p.r. cord. 473-4912. 4737349. Itchg 2/20 Elaine M. Olin, Agent'
you were a position to 2/13 3tchg 227MOBILE
own a swimming pool but 964.5606
on All Types Welding weren't sure that you could
afford such a luxury? Well HOMESFREE

in Stainless having YOUR OWN pool .
doesn't require a 'fortune
anymore! With the modern Short on cash short on credit? ARTHUR MASTERS I

& Aluminum Welding construction techniquesand Credit check by phone 391-1131. 4tchg .
the standardized plans 1/30.2/20 Painting Roofing Framing

that Dynamic Pool has to OWNER Will FINANCE New 14 wide, Additions Remodeling Flx Dry Wall

Call 964.4060 offer you can have the poolof small down, $l1S month. Buy here, pay Free Estimate
your dreams for a lot less here 351.2126.4tchg 1/30-2/20 References Available
11 Yrs.
than you think. USED S REPO HOMES Small down, 964-4009
Prices Start At credit check by phone. 351.1131. 4tchg I

, $5,900INSTALLED .. 20 1/30-2/20 HOMES Lot package available $295

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r 4tchg down.2/13-3/6 American Homes. 752.8082.

Limited time Only! ALL REPOS $6000 under cost. No cash BULLDOZER WORK WANTED

With a variety of sizes and needed. American Homes. 792-8082.
shapes to choose from, 4tchg 2/13-3/6 Call ((904)) 964-5606
00 a there's a beautiful Dynamic NEW

pool that's Just right for needed. $100 a month. American Between 8 a.m. to 6 2120fF
m 964-5065 .. 2/13.3/6 p.m.
I your home AND your Homes 752.8082.4tchg
budget. This reliable Fla.
S Slate Certified Contractorwill
D take care of everything
REALTOR from design and Installation

iw ie ss' to arranging......... DealerFor
100% financing with Interested in Establishing

NO DOWN PAYMENT. .- - -- -

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I To mike your new pool *bsiuly ol | I II Truck ToppersBoth
summer 'fun.. Phone HAROLD WATERS, JR.

399-5685 i Masonry & Concrete Work j Aluminum and Fiberglass

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 I Layouts,foundations drivewaysI >

bulkheads,all block S brick work I Well Established Company

RESIDENTIAL Janet M. L 1'30.a.'p4 'J7 3 j, Dealers Throughout Southeast

aadadaaVACUUM Contact Robert Black
*ONE OF A KIND over 4900 sq. ft. of living area, 4 BR. 4 baths, large basement StarlingRealtor

balcony double garage, many extra 813.855.1552 or 813.855.1880
*HOUSE ON CROSBY LAKEi $39.000. 2/13 2.p4. 2/20

*MADISON ST.i 2 BR, 1 bath only 28000. .2 BR 2Ba home In the country. -==

*REMODELED 3 BR, 1 bath, only 31000. 29900. SALENEW
DOUBLE AMENITIES your very own swimming pool and clear sand bottom JUST REDUCED from $24.000: 4.87

lake privilege 3 BR, 2 baths. acres with well septic, and 35 ft. & USEDWe LAVERN H. OUTLAW
*LOVELY CUSTOM DWi with FP, w baths, swimming pool large workshop too pool. $16.500..HOUSEI IB
many extras to list. Call to see this. U MOVES Make offer. Finance Our Own Broker .

*HANDYMAN duplex with owner financing. Only 25000. el.1 ACRES with older home, KIRBYS Bes. 964-5478
*KINGSLEY LAKE AREAl 2 separate MH both rented, like new Owner flexible beautiful pecan trees, 48000. ROYALS OUTLAI t REAUOR

with terms. .1.' ACRES 12x60 MH. 15000. EUREKAS

*PRICE REDUCED owner motivated lovely country estate, 120000. Bradford e15 ACRESi Older home and DW HOOVERS Associate

County. This Immaculate 3 BR, 2 bath brick veneer features b.autlfullnl.rlor mobile home, 47500. ELECTROLUX DAVID L. DODGE. MSA

decor, highlighted by brick fireplace, large kitchen completely equipped 2 car '11.' ACRES 1 Well, 3 septic tanks, FILTER QUEENS 964-4522 Designated Appraiser
garage, barn and workshop on 9.74 acres Fenced and cross-fenced with shrub pond pole barn. $33,900 SEARS
Res. 964.5370
lined drlv.way. Excellent landscaping completes the picture. .S ACRES $12,900; 10 ACRES COMMERCIALWe STARKE. FL.

*START YOUR HOMI In this 2 BR concrete block home on 1.69 fenced acres. 25000. Excellent Terms. repair all makes South 301 Plaza KAY C. WATERS OPAL DICKSON

Priced right. .4 ACRESi Hwy 225 A. 12500. Res. 964-6941 Res. 964-7333
*BEST BUY completely remodeled 969 sq. ft. home on 2.5 acres BUYERS PRO. 'S Ac.t Paved frntg. $12.900. AI Young'sSince Open Mon. thru Sat

TECTION PLAN. '2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned 8:30: a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Appraisals. .
for Residence Farm Commercial BusinessYour
*PEACE AND QUIET In this 1200sq0 .ft. home In family oriented area near golf commercial 65000. 1957 .
Full Service Real Estate Office
course and town. '50 Ac.tJ50.000.
*INVEST In r..ld.ntlallncom. property from small to large Investments, we (*04))712-331 964.6918 *LOOK ME OVER I Call for app} to see this beautiful 3 BR. 2 Ba home featuring a

can suit your need. P.O. Drawer 3 Miles north of formal llv. rm., din. rm., fam. rm. w/fireplace, and large kitchen. In city- best

*IASY-EASY-IASY TO OWN I This very special home close to the Country Club 301 S.Lawtey StarkeonUSSOlMobile location only $58,500.HANDYMAN .

and morel I Fieldstone fireplace fenced backyard spacious family room, on ape SPECIAL! only $17.600.
AFFORDABLE LIVING This and clean 2 I bath in
all be neat BR. is a quiet
prox. Vi acre. It can yours.
MOTIVATED SEllER close to Hampton Lake. Well built frame home with plentyof neighborhood minutes from town. Only $24.900.
60000. *COUNTRY CLUB AREAl brick,3 BR, 2 bath eat-In kitchen LR, Family room sun
extra storage.
CYPRESS MULCH porch large lot Owner anxious.

BUILDING LOTS *SOUTHGATI AREAl Beautiful contemporary 3 BR, 2 bath chain link fenced.

*RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTi prime for this 7.3 acre tract near the Country Priced to sell for only 52900.
Club. Fronts on paved road. & PINE BARK *INVESTORS t DEVELOPERS This development already has a paved rood and

*GREEN ACRES SPECIAL extra large building lot, |lust 7000. Won't last. adjoins the city limits. Price reduced for quick sale. Owner financed.
*FOR RENTi 3BR 1 bo. In city good neighborhood. Farm Home, 3 BR 2 bath.
*THAT SPECIAL BUILDING SITES Is waiting for you, only 5250. Call today I You pick-up or We deliver
*GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD an extra wide corner lot with lots of shade, *COUNTRY ATMOSPHEREi but convenient to city. You can have up to 29
10500. Minimum 3 yds on Delivery beautiful acres with this b.auillul.pociou. 3 BR 2'/t bath ham. with many, many
SMALL ACREAGE AND FARMS *COMMERCIAL OR RETAIL on S. Walnut St. with 2 apartments that are rented.
M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage. Only 17500.
*SECLUSION on your own 20 acres. Build a farm like you always dreamed of.Own.r .
964-6649 *4 ACRES HIGH 8 DRY lots of trees, close to Sampson Lake, Great for mobile
*2'/ ACRESi ready to build on. Approx. 1 mile from FSP. home $14.000.
*FIVI ACRES on 100 West, Only 12500.
COMMERCIAL *AVAILABLE! for lease or sale, 3/2 on 2 acres CH/A w/f(replace. Near FSP and

*COMMERCIAL UNITi now leased, use Income to pay for unit. Joins Bradford Lawtey Correctional.
Call Collect *LAKIWOOD AREAl Executive home In an exclusive area with access to Crosby
Shopping Home Roofovers Lake. Quality construction throughout 4 bedroom. 2 bath with
*liST VALUli retail/professional units available now with plenty of extra extra -, many many
Call for detail Protects and Insulates amenities.
parking. 10% OFF *10 ACRES 20 ACRES and 25 ACRES all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hayor

Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR grazing. Hwy. 325 S. of Hampton.

Sales Manger.. Evenings<....404. COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 3 parcels to choose from.
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene FinancingAvailable *S ACRE MINI-FARMi Land In pasture, 3BR 28a, super kitchen $71,900.
L.Faulkner 944-9142 m tIHBte *CROSBY LAKE INLETi Canal to Crosby Lak., large DW mobile home 3/2 new

Susanna Kitchen* 944-74JO Bob Metthew '....12.. double-pane windows, owner financed. $34,300.
*4 BEDROOMS fenced yard. In town only 32900.
Lou Young '*..7525 lee Hardenbraok 964-6927
*BRING ON THE HORSES CAmEl 49 acres with house on highway.Priced right
* *
LEI HARDINBROOK..APPRAISALS with excellent terms.
*FOREST HEIGHTS % building lots financed
"' ."27 on 16 West acre owner
* Cut Brick Skirting or .HOMES BEAUTIFUL *HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on .....nt Rd. 4 Flume Rd. Owner financed.
RESIDENTIAL *IN CITY ON 2 ACRESi \1, eat-In kit., great room, carport owner fin. $31,900.
COMMERCIAL Rental Available Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA *ZONED FOR MOBIL &\ESt IS lots, corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grave Rd. I
Carol Werner- REALTOR ASSOC. Insulated or.Storm 215 E. Call Str..t to 9 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins Lou-AnnNurery.1 Lot Oak laden with lake view
We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Propertied
Property Management Division Windows Stark., Fla. 964-6766 Thinking Buying or Selling Call.u*It

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NOTICE E DIMPolynesian

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.tubmltt I I I I i ,
.d to the Union County Times of- Government Jobs $16,040-S9.230/yr Fruit Punch Is a
fic. In writing and paid In advanc Now hiring. Call 18056876000.( ) Ext. healthful, refreshing way of
R-1136 for federal list.
unl.st credit It already stabllthvd current 2/13 brightening up a party.
Blpd. 4/3
with this offlc..
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN company. Experienced. Need 218 life
and 220 and licenses, ,
rrr1t 1 (46 ) DolePineapple
THE TELEPHONE. Guaranteed salary and commission. can oz.
Send resume to: P.O. Drawer Stark., Juice
Cla.ilfl.d cUodlln It TUESDAY.
Fla. 32091 or 150 W. Main Lake Butler 1 bottle((32 oz.)cranberry juice
prior Thursday publication.
Flo. 32054. Interview to follow 1 can (6 oz.) frozen lemonade
Minimum charge li 1 15 word for$2.73, :
th.n 10 cents for .ach word thereafter. 2/20 4lchg. 3/13 concentrate, thawed
1 can(6 oz.)frozen orange juice
INSURANCEMAINES concentrate, thawed

__ 1 bottle (32 oz.) ginger ale
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. Lemon slices for garnish
OUT OF AREA Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. Honored...

Complete Insuranc. Service tIn Bradford County Sherrlf Dolph Reddish (center) this plaque and some words of gratitude from Sheriff Combine juices, lemonadeand
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO honored two Bradford County citizens last week for Reddish. orange juice concentratesIn
PERTY If I don't have It. I'll find It- Just LAND FOR SALE their lifetime membership In supporting the Florida "Citizens like Mr. and Mrs. Watts are the backbone a large punch bowl. Blend
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Sherries Boy's Ranch. of support for this deserving organization' Sheriff well.Pour in ginger ale.Add ice
496.2126 or 4962903. ev... "YOUR 7 acres with 2 fish ponds 21/2 miles east Mr. and Mrs. Edward Watts were on hand to receive Reddish said. "We really appreciate their support." cubes. Garnish with lemon
UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn of Lake Butler on SR-100, Includes 1982 slices. Makes about 1 gallon.For .
Home or mobile home lots Different 14'x64' mobile home, 10'x40' addition more terrific pineapple juice
locations In Homosassa Springs, $100 and 20'x20' carport plus large out- recipes, write to Dole PineappleJuice
down. Pav.d streets, central water building. Call 4963945. 1 Itchg. 2/20 Social Security Newsby Dept. PJ5, P.O. Box 7758,
starting $5,995., 12 1/2 p.rc.nt for 12years
CA 94120.
San Francisco
H.nry Dingus, Lie. Real Estate FOR RENT
Brok.r. 19046284500.( ) It 2/6 Glenn Moore benefits, fails without good cause to
District Manager cooperate in a review or to follow
FOR SALE RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150 Medical Improvement Review prescribed treatment expected to
Main Street Lake Butler. Phone StandardA restore ability to work, or cannot be
Dining Table, with leaf and six choirs.Walnut 496.2261 for Information tfn new Social Security disability located.
finish Lighted wall unit-3 sec One, two end three bedroom mobile review process has begun. The old The new standard will be applied
tions. Must see to oppr.clot.. Coll hornet. All electric, central heat and process was stopped nearly two nationwide by disability decision-
496.3206 after 6 P.M. It. 2/6 air, cable TV. Basketball! and years ago. Recent' major reforms makers at all levels including the
Two refrigerators, $75 .och. Call playground. Pines Call 4962366. promise to make the review process courts. Decisions must be made on
4963737. 1/30 tin SR121 Lake Butler 1/9 tfnchg.Six more equitable and responsive.The the basis of all available prior and
Gas Range Complete with cylinders, LP room house, with swimming pool. most important change is the current evidence concerning the
Gas, regualtort and copp.r tubing. Near lake Butler reasonble rates, nice new medical improvement review person's past and present condition.
Call 496.3737 1/30 tIn location. Call 4963018. 1/9 tfn/chg. standard. It provides that disability There should be greater uniformityof ORDER
1'" Quasar TV $100. Call 4962613. ttfr. Rental Space for Mobile Home All payments generally will continue disability decisions because of
2/20 hookups, close to school and unless there is strong proof of these and other changes in the law.
Engine for '79 Chevette, $300. Call everything city utilities. Call 4963737. medical improvement since the For more information about the
4962600. IHr. 2/20 1/30 tfn latest decision and the beneficiary is medical improvement standard and YOUR
Four 8-ton feed tanks, best offer. Call Office end Warehouse space located In able to do substantial gainful work. other reforms, please contact your
496-2600. Itfr. 2/20 Union County Times Building at 150 Under the old law
only ability to Social Security office. The people
West Main.. It Call 2/13 496-2261 for more Information work had to be shown for benefits to there will be glad to answer any 'SUBSCRIPTION'

HOMESGovernment Mobil. home 10'xSO'. $120 a month. Call stop. questions you have.
There are some exceptions to the
496-2600 RayPettlt. I Itfr. 2/20
requirement to evaluate medical Improvement Toil-Free Tele-Tax
Homes from $1 (U repair).
Also delinquent tax Call but they will apply in Service Available NowAll
relatively few cases, such as: TO THE
1 1(805)687.6000Ext.( ) GH-1136 for Infor
motion. 2/13 8tpd. 4/3 Individual has benefited from advances Florida taxpayers will now be 7 ,
Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks-. in medical or vocational able to use the Tele-Tax information
New septic tanks, drain lines, lift stations therapy or technology related to service without a long-distance -
and pump out tanks. After 7 ability to work. charge, according to Merlin W. it BRADFORDCOUNTY
A.M.. Call 273-2268 After 7 P.M.. Call New or improved diagnostic or Heye, Internal Revenue Service
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY 2752197. tfnchg 1/23 evaluation techniques show that the district director for Florida. The J
Tractor Work Plowing mowing and individual's impairment is not as new toll-free Tele-Tax number is
Person to live In, full time, 7 disking Experienced and r.asonabl. disabling as it was considered to be 1-800-554-4477 for persons with push- H'
day per week. Room and Bill Arnold Call 4963135. 1/30 6tpd. previously and, therefore, he or she button and rotary phones. :
board small salary. Call 3/6 can work. Through Tele-Tax, recorded tax
782.3154 before I p.m or There is substantial evidence that a information is now available for taxpayers
782.3372 after 1 MOBILE HOMES prior disability decision was in er- who can listen to more than TELEGRAPHi
p.m. 150 tapes on tax subjects such as filing -
24'x42' Challenger mobile home. Three ror.Benefits also may stop without requirements, itemized deduc-
bedroom on. bath. Call Janet at evaluation of medical improvementif tions, tax credits, and adjustmentsto i
496-2(65. Itchg. 2/20 the individual: is doing substantial income. Tele-Tax is easy to use;
COMMERCIALSTORE gainful work, fradulently obtained just push or dial the appropriate I
ooaaoooaoaoaooaaaaooaQUALITY phone number and follow the in

CLEANING 1 structions.For users. of push-button phones, UNION CO.

BUILDING SERVICE NOTICE Tele-Tax is available 24 hours a day, ....
seven days a week. For users of
473-4846 i CARPETS: Home or Office : MEN & WOMEN rotary dial phones, Tele-Tax is r
1762TRAIN available between 8:30: a.m. and 4:30: TIMES or
Call:473-3857 .
3,000 sq. ft. oaaaaaa+aosaooaeooooa$ NOW FOR p.m.A complete list of the Tele-Tax
CIVIL SERVICE subjects and tape numbers is included -
FOR SALE OR LEASE EXAMS in the 1985 Federal Income Tax
Will Divide Into Small.r Units Forms Package and in the free IRS
G E D. Available If Needed
and Biawn-in Publication 910,Taxpayer's Guide to \
Hwy21 Positions Start As High As Information, Assistance and I1
Between Keystone & Melrose Free Estimates $9.22 HOUR Publications. Call 1-800-424-FORM LAKE REGION

ot 1-800-241-3860 to order free
Bosier CustomConstruction
Will Consider Equity Trade o MECHANICS 0 INSPECTORSKe.pPr.eeniJobwnlePrep.rlng publications): and tax forms.
For Rental Property 'MONITORNOW
964-6888 AI Hom.ForGovornmen'E".ma i
Write& Include Phone No. informative child care
Inc. yardstick has been developedfor
National Training Service
parents who are deter
P. 0. Drawer A mined to select the best child i.
Starke TAE KWON DO AcademyNOW STARKE. FLORIDA care alternative. It's called
"Checklist On Child Care,"
OPEN 6 DAYS WEEK 32091 and it'.available free by writing for ;
to: Kinder-Care Learning Only
10:30: a.m. to 8 p.m. 3 Classes Per Day Centers, Inc.. Dept. 85-C,
P.O. Box 1563, Atlanta GA
Personal Instruction from A.J. Allen ((5th Degree Black Belt) BROADWAY & WALTERS 30301. Persons who enjoy r $1000 i
working with children can U
I & Terry BelCher ((1st Degree Black Belt) TREE SERVICE' also write for to that employment address.information

Call Dan Belcher 964-4060 Removal Helpful information from the ,
child care experts at Kinder. ?
309 Center Street Starke Trimming Care, the nation's largest private I :
Stump Removal provider of affordable,

Firewood quality child care services. PRICES WILLINCREASE g 1

Free Estimate RAYLENE '

473.7097 473.7679 Reader and advisor on all TO I' I
problem of 111*. Having difficulties
After 5 P.M. or problems? One
$12.00 I 5T
Keystone Heights visit will convince you I

Licensed &.Insured I '"- 782-3125 MARCH 1st

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JANE Union S.County USHERYour Realtor Hwy 301 South liandi HDUSes a ,r !

496.2126 or 496-2903 iNtYRIaN1A&f SEND CHECK TO

MO W.Main St.,Lake Butler No Down Payment TELEGRAPHP.O. I

Real Estate..The Largest and Best Many Sizes and Styles .

Investment You Will Ever Make Drawer A I

964-8848 Starke, FL 32091 f
9'. Evenings '
' BEAUTIFUL HOME and income producing property. V

.SMALL TRACTS OF ACREAGE: 3.10 acres. Owner financed. 964-4073 473-3627 Fi


.3 BEDROOM, 1% Bath concrete block home, CH/A, double- | .-. fH .

oven, stove fenced back yard. Ideal location walking

dista nc.- to town.
LARGE TRACTS OF ACREAGE: for sale in Union County. Approximately -
100 acres to 350 acres.RAIFORDAREA. i

Worthington 496.2534 ,
Springs '
.3 BEDROOM HOME on one acre needs small amount of

Price IS negotiable. ..
repair. '\

FOR RENT Sales & RepairsChain ',. "

.3 BEDROOM, 1 V bath home in Lake Butler. S3SO/month..

.3 BEDROOM HOME in Raiford. $275/month.



JANE S. USHER, Realtor It

: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00:
496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves. t

"Your Union County REALTOR" Saturday 8:00: -1:00: i

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February:?!0), I9H8 It SECTION Page II

I News BriefsPedestrian Dune Buggy Flips, .

Struck from two incidents in August and hospital spokesperson.
Dies From AccidentA Oct.Follow Johnson was rounding the curveon Riley Leonard Griffis of Starke One Youth SeriousA
was arrested Feb.
his arrest charges of viola CR-325 when her vehicle ran off 15 for DUI and
Starke man died Feb. 17 from tion of probation (VOP) were filed the roadway.Johnson overcorrected driving while license suspended,according -
head injuries received when he was against Lawson. He was found guiltyof causing her vehicle to overturn to Lt. William Tillotson.
struck by a vehicle last Thursday VOP and sentenced to 30 months three times. Johnson was ejected Griffis was released after a $572.50 14-year-old Starke boy was Alden Charles (Chuck) Morrow and
evening on SR-100 west of Starke. DOC. from the Jeep, said Roberts. surety bond was posted. critically injured when the Dune passenger Jason Smith were
Karl Eric Dodd, 20, was taken by lie was transported from Tomoka Damage to the vehicle was$800,it buggy he was a passenger in flipped ejected from the vehicle when it mped.
Stat Flight to Alachua General Correctional Institution where he was totalled in the accident. over Monday afternoon. Smith was taken to Bradford
Hospital where he died Monday, according has been incarcerated. Recent ArrestsIn Randy Goolsby was pinned under Hospital where his condition is
to Paramedics Scott Taylor Starke Man Arrested Bradford the vehicle in a ditch, according to satisfactory.The .
and Paul West. Woman InjuredIn CountyThe Trooper Bill Abrams. Goolsby was vehicle was southbound on SE
The accident occurred at 7:15: p.m. Attempts to Sell VCRA following individuals were arrested taken by Stat Flight to Alachua 13th St, off Wilson Rd., when the
as Theresa Stelman of Tallahasseewas Tues. AccidentLoraine 44-year-old Starke man was arrested in Bradford County by local General Hospital with broken ribs,a driver lost control. The vehicle ran
driving east on SR-100 about a Simpson, 28, of Starkewas Feb. 1 when he attempted to authorities. crushed chest, internal bleeding, into the ditch on the east side of the
mile west of Starke. Stelman was taken by Rescue 61 to Bradford sell a VCR at a Starke Pawn Shop. both arms broken and a possible road and overturned. Goolsby was a
passing another car and did not see Hospital Feb. 18 after her vehiclewas The pawn shop had been notifiedto Richard Earl Cribbs, 19,of Starke rupture spleen, according to passenger on the right side and was
the two pedestrians walking in the involved in a two car accident. be on the lookout for a VCR which was arrested Feb. 14 for violation of Paramedics Scott Taylor and Dan pinned under the Dune Buggy.
westbound lane, according to Simpson's condition was listed as had been stolen from a residence in probation,according to InvestigatorDavid Cuddington.As .
Trooper B. A. Williams. Dodd was satisfactory.She had a possible frac- Interlachen,according to Patrolmen Aderholt. Bond was set at of press time Goolsby's condi Morrow was charged with
struck in the backside and thrown 28 ture of the left shoulder and a possible John Hodges and M. D. Spears, $2,000, he was released on his own tion is listed as serious, according to careless driving, no valid driver's
feet. The other pedestrian was not head injury, according to When Bruce Alan Van Kooten attempted recognizance. a hospital spokesperson. license and no tag on the vehicle,
injured. Paramedics Scott Taylor and Bill to sell a VCR in the shop the The driver of the dune buggy said Abrams.
Dodd died at 2:55: p.m. Feb. 17 at O'Neal. local police were contacted and Van Keyvus Lavonn Smart, 43, of I
AGH, according to Homicide Investigator Details were unavailable in the Kooten was charged with grand Starke was arrested on a capias I
Murray Richardson. 6:30: p.m. accident involving two theft and dealing in stolen property. from Pasco County for failure to appear -
No charges: have been filed in the cars on CR-100A. One attempted to Bond was set at $1,000 for the at arraignment, according to East-West Starke Traffic
accident. turn onto SE 1st St. Simpson s vehi-- charges,Van Kooten was released to Investigator Aderholt. Smart was
cle was struck on the left side. Putman County to face charges released after a $100 cash bond was
Lawson Pleds there. posted. Slowed Wednesday Morning
To Sexual Hampton Mail Carrier
ChargeJ. Traffic ArrestsIn Ronald Romanio,34,of Starke was -
R (Jim) Lawson of Starke pled Flips Mail VehicleThe arrested Feb. 14 on a capias charg-: Blocked railroad crossings in jail who contacted the Seaboard
guilty to attempted sexual battery driver of the mail vehicle for Bradford CountyThe ing worthless check,according to Investigator downtown Starke early Wednesday Coastline by phone. Within minutesa
on a child: under 12 years of age. the Hampton area escaped serious following arrests were made Aderholt. Romanio was morning caused a real slowdown for northbound freight was coming
Lawson appeared before Judge John injury when her 1971 Jeep overturned by local authorties for traffic violations released after a $250 cash bond was one hour. However the train was not through Starke. The conductor said
J Crews Monday in open court to Tuesday morning, according to posted. at fault this time.A he received a call just as the truck
change his plea and was sentenced Trooper D. C. Roberts. tractor-flatbed (lowboy) carry- driver and Eunice attempted to flag
to 20 years in the Department of Cor Arbutus P. Johnson, 31, of Starke Elbert Capwell Salmon of Starke ing a camouflage tank attempting to the train.
rections. was transported to Bradford was arrested Feb. 16 for driving cross the tracks at SR-16 drug on the According!: to Captain Scotty
Lawson, a former school board Hospital with a forehead lacerationand while intoxicated (DUI or DWI),according crossing and became stuck. Fast acting Rhoden there were trains stopped
member, was serving a 15 year probation body bruises and abrasions, according to Patrolman M. Bridges. on the part of the sheriff'sdepartment outside of town for the hour it took to
for lewd assault upon a child to Paramedic Jerral Salmon's blood alcohol content was may have adverted a get the lowboy off the crossing.
following a grand jury indictment Johnson, Burl Traylor and EMT's .22 percent. Bond was set at$362.50, The U.S. is by far the serious mishap. All crossings in the downtown area
April 2, 1985 when he was arrestedon Dwayne Hardeer. She was treated he was released on his own world's largest importer of Deputy Sammy Eunice was on were blocked by the standing train
sexual battery charges stemming and released from Bradford, said a recognizance. spices and herbs. SR-16 at the time the truck became until 8:38: am. The county road
stuck, notified the
dispatcher at the department front end loader was us-
-.... I ed to assist in releasing the truck
COMMISSARY FOOD STORESR which then travelled to the crossingon
TERWILLEGAR SR-100 to cross the tracks, said
225 U.S. 782 3017
at 301. Lawtay Rhoden.

MOTORSNo. Boasts Low Gas Prices! Two fender benders occurred as a
result of the traffic tieup.At .
the SR-100 crossing a car back-
ed into another: vehicle causing add-

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LB Hospital Auxialary Works Hard to Serve Patients, Community I

The Lake Butler Hospital and in operating the"hospital gift shop, times in the: past when the hospital couldn't ask for a nicer cleaner at the opening of the Helping Hands LBH/HSC assistant administrator.The .
Hand Surgery Center (LBH/HSC), "The Pink Shelf. had to close may have made the aux hospital anywhere," said Howard. Inn in October. charming ladies of the auxiliary
honored its year-round sweetheartsthe All revenues from the Pink Shelf ilary unsure of the future, but the In the past year the auxilary The Helping Hands Inn is a "home boast a variety of
hospital auxilary on Feb. 12 witha are spent on patient care items or organization never folded. entered floats in the homecomingand away from home" for family backgrounds. From teachers to
Valentine Luncheon.The anything else the hospital needs. The "The whole hospital, the care- Christmas parades sold baked members of patients at LBH/HSC. state employees, a florist to a
ladies of the auxilary lunchedon auxilary has always remained everything- improved 100 per goods, t-shirts and hancimanikins at For a nominal fee, visitors may stay business assistant, the auxiliary in
a delicious salad cold plate and steady even when the hospital has cent since Dr. Ramadan has taken the Chamber of Commerce Sidewalk overnight in a private room and en- their churches, civic groups, local
were presented with personalized not. Administration changes and over. It's a dr" "n romp true. You Sale,and served as official hostessesIt joy the warm, friendly atmosphereof women's organizations and other
valentines while the guest speaker, the Inn. The ladies auxilary has philanthropic work.
Dr. Roberto Perez, praised the -- -- enhanced the cozy Helping Hands Renovation of the hospital gift
ladies for their invaluable service to l .,..- Inn by denating tapestry rugs, mak- shop, "The Pink Shelf," is the current
the hospital. ing curtains and assisting in decora auxiliary project. The shop,
"We don't always let you know tions. located in the hospital lobby will be
how much we appreciate what you For the hospital, auxilary dona- completely refurbished by mid-
do for us. Just Knowing you are tions include electric thermometers March.
always there supporting us in all we stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs "We know the 'pink ladies' take a
do, is of great help to us," said Dr. and most recently several wheelchairs lot of pride in the gift shop and we I
Perez, LBII chief of staff. \ want to help them make the 'Pink
The hospital auxilary was foundedin "It's a challenge for a smaller Shelf' as charming as they are,"
December of 1972 when the then ., \ hospital like ours to budget for the said Mary Lutgen public relations
current president of the Lake Butler I top of the line equipment we prefer. director for LBHHSC.For .
Woman's Club, Mrs. Virginia Smith, \ The money our auxiliary raises further information about the
decided that the hospital could \ \ through their hard work helps us in LBH/HSC auxiliary or membership
benefit from an auxilary. It this area. Our Pink Ladies are contact Irene Howard through the
Initially, membership in the aux- ;& 1 tremendous" said Judy Holder, hospital at 496-2323.
iliary was limited to members of the III !
Lake Butler Woman's Club. It was
later decided that since the hospital
served all of Union County
members would be selected from the I
general public as well. i .9, t r I Itli
Current auxilary President Irene .M1 Eddie Starlingis
Howard explained that new 9 y
members must have three letters of I n ,
recommendation time and sincere t ready

dedication."Our auxilary is good because we I to Save You Moneyon
look for who need "
people people
Howard said. a Car or Truck

"It's a nice place to be, especially OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET
when you live alone," echoed Arnit p ;I -
Allen, auxilary charter mem' pr. nRgt4 x t )a i. a New or Used
The auxilary is obviously a ii a. )Ii. ''it. J.L
dedicated group. Of the 13 current call Eddie Today!
members seven are origional
charter members from 1972. Theyare
: Armt Allen, Margaret Boner LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS
( current vice-president), Elise

Douglas president, ),Irene Virginia Howard Smith(current Alma L Hospital Auxialary Donates Wheelchairs... U.S. 301 North Starke 964.7500

Mizelle and Rettie Mae Parrish. The ladies of the LBiI auxiliary really help keep Margaret Boner Isabel! Mann, Rose McGuinn and
Other members are: Marjorie Drig- things running smoothly for the hospital with all their Elsie Douglas.
gers Isabel Mann Rose McGuinn, hard work. Recently they donated sl'veralheel chairsto (Back row, l-r) Minnie Belle Waters, Alma Mizell,
Lula Thomas (current recording the hospital through fund raising efforts Marjorie Drlggers, Rettie Mae Parrish and Ruth
The Great Trade-In
secretary), Ruth Jenkins and Min (Front row l-r) l.ula Thomas, Irene Howard!, Jenkins. Eyeglass Sale
nie Belle Waters ( current -
treasurer). ... T r ,,:,
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For almost 15 years the auxilaryof NOTICE .ll. Trade-In your old glasses and we'll
"pink ladies" has faithfully serv- "
ed LBH/HSC by volunteering time ; r .. give you '15 off a new pair. Come
1 On 7 of this week'sFamily I
and ideas for special activities and page in of
: see yourself a pair our super
Center circular ,1 ,--/'I
Magnolia i Hotel the "each" price on the, ,7b), ;_ looking frames. We have a great
I __ / selection of today's up-to-the-
I : 'Easy Seat Portable High
I // minute styles.
DOG ? Downtown Starke! across from Post Office Chair' is incorrect. The

I regular retail should be Complete Eye Exams in Our OfficeBy
$10.99 and the ad sell price
Ii Rooms for Rent should be $6.99. We regret Independent Optometrists
A nutritious afternoon
this error and inconvenience
any Call For
snack can provide a young- Appointment
Nightly -
Weekly -
ster with needed energy 3 Monthly it may have caus-
and prevent the fatigue $8 ed. 964-8588
Nightly From $35oa
that might prevent enjoy- Weekly I \ .
ment of a nutritious even- .1\ '
ing meal. 1 TG'J'ZlY Sale, Ends 2/2"86. [ !.. The Eyeglass, Store _.

'" No Other Discounts Apply '
Family Centers 7V
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I February 2O. flMIl!) B SECTION Page 13

Bradford State Attorney Receives 28 Felony Cases in JanuaryThe


Attorney Bradford received Office 28 new of Individual the State defendant.insufficient evidence as to this Inmate Tod Michael charged with of contraband; case dismissed, victim Corrine Daniel Jones arrested Jimmie Lee Childers arrested
cases and/or felony defendents for Sworn escape; pled guilty, sentenced to 22 does not wish to prosecute. Aug. 14 for aggravated assault, improper Dec. 7 for burglary, petit theft; insufficient
prosecution during the month of complaint charging aggravated months DOC, consecutive to Lyndee Lane charged with aggravated exhibition of a firearm; insufficient evidence as to this defen-
January, assault Nov. 2 on a second sentence now serving. assault lacks evidence dant.
according to Investigator ; case pro- as to this defen-
Wiley Clark. defendant; case dismissed, insufficient Inmate Douglas Crawford arrested secutive merit. dant, case dimissed. Mrs. Joe L. Forsyth, Jr. arrested
Nine of the cases were prison Kim evidence.Andrews July I, 1982 for battery of law Debbie Stevens charged with aggravated Debra Norman arrested Aug.6 for Nov. 1 for issuing worthless check;
related. arrested June 7 for enforcement officer; pled guilty assault; dismissed, case forgery, grand theft; signed PTI restitution made.
Informations were filed on 17 prior theft grand theft; pled no contest to grant Sept. 20, 1982, placed on three years lacks prosecutive merit. contract Oct. 14; January 27 com- Inmate Kenneth Small charged
; placed on five years probation probation; affidavit filed for viola Marilyn
cases and the office declined to Hutchinson arrested pleted PTI. with aggravated battery; pled no
11 cases. Twenty-six cases prosecute concurrent, with Leon County probation tion of probation July 1. 1985, arrested April 4, 1985 for welfare fraud; signed John E. Diggs charged with issuing contest, sentenced to two years
must seek
were dismissed. alcohol drug Dec. 17 for VOP; pled no contest PTI contract June 12, completed worthless check, restitution DOC, concurrent.
Eight guilty pleas rehabilition and make restitution to sentenced to 15 months DOC, PTI In January.Sworn made. Charles Edward Lee arrested
were acceptedand
at 10
three violations of probationwere Andrea percent Williams credit 145 days. complaint charging aggravated Sworn complaint charging aggravated Aug. 2 for resisting arrest with
handled by the office. There Lydia arrested Inmate William John Bird, Jr. assault; dismissed, victim assault; case dismissed, violence; granted a judgment of acquittal -
Sept. 21, 1984 for
were two jury trials In organized fraud, charged with escape; pled guilty, does not wish to prosecute. victim does not wish to prosecute. during trial.

Thirty-one misdemeanor January.cases grand scheme theft to defraud defendant, grand theft and sentenced to 22 months DOC, con- .. .. .. ,... ... ,, ".. ,. .- ..." ,
were received and ; completed secutive to any sentence now servo 1"- -,
19 prior cases pretrial intervention(PTI) contract.
were dismissed. Seventeen pleas of Danny Lamar Jackson arrested ing.Mildred Garrett charged with Issuing
guilty were accepted and two cases Oct. 21 for grand theft dismissed
; case worthless check (Rawsons on
received nonjudicial action. There victim does not wish to pro- Sept. 10); dismissed, restitution
were two nonjury trials and the office secute. made. MR. MAC'S COUNTRY KITCHENSR
declined to nine
cases. Three prosecute Eddie Taylor Jackson arrested Mrs. Joe Forsyth arrested Nov. 1
cases were dismissed Oct. 21 for
grand theft dismissed
by the court. ; case for issuing worthless check; restitution -
Two petitions were filed in secute., victim does not wish to pro- made. 21 Between Keystone & Melrose 475.1214
Ramsey French charged with issuing
juvenile declined the court.recommendation The state attorney from Ronald Lamar Crawford arrested worthless check; case "Home of the Hot Apple Dumpling"Let
HRS Oct. 21 for grand theft; victim does transferred to misdemeanor divi-
on four cases. Nonjudicial ac not wish to prosecute.
lion was taken on five cases and six Sworn complaint sion.Mildren
Garrett charged with issuing
guilty pleas were accepted.The burglary, grand theft; cases worthless check (Rawsons on Us Cook Breakfast For You!
following individuals received dismissed; same charge previously Sept. 11)); restitution made.
final disposition during the month of filed.Donna L. Comer Inmate Quinn Davis charged with Regular Breakfast Served Anytime Specials from 7 am to 11 am
January: charged with issuing aggravated battery; case lacks pro-
worthless check; restitution secutive merit.
Inmate Charles Raymond Black made. Inmate John D. Atterbury charged TRY THIS SPECIAL: OR THIS ONE:
charged with escape Aug. 6; pled Mike T.Phillips charged with issuing with aggravated battery, batteryof
guilty to escape, sentenced to serve worthless check; restitution law enforcement officer; case 2 Eggs any style w/Grits Country Ham
18 months Department of Correc made. lacks prosecutive merit.
tions. Christopher Wynn charged with issuing Gerald Goodman arrested Oct. 15 2 pc. Bacon or 2 sausage links with 2 eggs
Christopher J. Wynn charged with worthless check (Dollar for burglary, grand theft; insufficient Toast or Biscuit
issuing worthless check; pled guilty, General); case dismissed, defen- evidence as to this defendant. Grits or
sentenced to five years probationwith dant sentenced on other charges. John Crawford arrested July 7 for 1.90 Home Fries $
special condition to serve 359 Wynn charged with issuing worthless burglary, theft; dismissed, case Coffee or Tea extra 3 9 5
days in Restitution Center, make check (Stump's); defendant lacks prosecutive merit. Coffee m
restitution to victim. sentenced on other charges.Joe Inmate Manuel A. Perez chargedwith I with Home Fries .... $2.15 or TeaCOME
Geneva Williams charged with issuing L. Forsyth charged with issuing aggravated battery; victim
worthless check; case worthless check; dismissed does not wish to prosecute.
dismissed, restitution made. restitution made. Inmate Larry L. Brown charged
Christopher J. Wynn arrested Inmate Daniel Mark Weiner with aggravated battery; dismissed,
Sept. 18 for issuing worthless check; charged weith introducitn of contraband unable to locate essential witness. Inez's
pled guilty, placed on five years probation ; case lacks prosecutive merit, Inmate Kenneth T. Glenn chargedwith Everyday Specials
serve 359 days Restitution insufficient evidence as to this aggravated battery, possessionof A
Center, make restitution to victim. defendant. contraband; dismissed, victim $ 25
(concurrant with above case.) Sworn cmplaint charging aggravated does not wish to prosecute. r O. from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sworn complaint charging ag- battery; victim does not Inmate William Hoggard charged '
gravated assault Nov. 2; dismissed, wish to prosecute. with aggravated battery, possession ':
"Enjoy A Hot Apple Dumpling With Your Coffee"

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West Call St. Following the program PEST BIG SELECTIONS \: 45
everyone is invited to attend a PLUS FREE ADVICE or TeaOPEN
covered dish luncheon in the church ONTROL
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from 8:30: a.m. until noon. i
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Emerson No. EC194 19" 1 Gal. Sprayer Veg or 30 HD oil. Limit 5 quarts. detergent. Limit 2 boxes. facial tissues. Limit 4.

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yellow or red clearance tags.
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Winter merchandise.All .

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prices 1/2 off.

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last. 20%
to' .

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Merchandise shown Is representative of actual items In store.
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No sale to dealers. CIC
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