Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04407
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04407
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Deadline is this Saturday, March Dialogue
1, to enter the 24th annual Bradford
tt County Strawberry Queen Pageant
1 set April 5 and sponsored by the
Junior Woman's Club of Starke. '
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absolute deadline this ;year. If there
'. are fewer than 10 entries, the con-
test will not be held.
The pageant is open to girls Bradford County Commissioners, percent. Based on 1980 census
:, residing in-or attending school in School Board members, and their at- figures, the map based on population
'J Bradford County. Contestant must I torneys will seek to meet with would split almost 50/50, with black
be between 16 and 21 yean of age. Y4 counsel for the Bradford County having 50.7 percent of the total.
t' Entrants will be judged on natural Branch of the NAACP within the Attorney Lipman said on the
beauty, face, hair, personality, and $ next two weeks in an effort to draw phone Tuesday that the changes he
,'. poise. Interested girls may contact district lines that each can live with, forsees would be minor, which attorney
pageant coordinator Vicki Gaines, without going to court. Brown and school board
phone 964-8485 or 964-4181, or Lorna This decision was reached at a members interpreted<<) to be one, two,
Reddish, phone 964-8559. Applica- joint meeting of both boards Tues- or three percentage points. Dist. 3
tions forms are available at the .-'" -.Lra.r.. yi day night, when county commis- Commissioner Lawrence Mosley .
Bradford High School office and sioners expressed concern at said Tuesday night he "can live
Williams Jewelry at Bradford possibly having to accept school with" the proposed Dist. 3 if it has no
Square. board redistricting plans without more than a five or six percent black
having had input into the process. majority. Dist. 3 School Board
f Helping Easter Seals.. School Board members and their Member Len Schlofman also says
attorney denied any intent to he'll take his chances in a district
:J You can help buy Easter Seals disregard the County Commission. with a slight black majority.The .
'. and help your stomach with ai 1 .p Terence Brown, school board at- Civil Rights suits ask for
chicken pilau dinner this Saturday, r torney, said maps of both school single member voting districts,
March 1, at the Handy Way Store board plans, one based on the 1980 rather than the current county-wide
on SR-121 Kaiford. census count and one on registered voting in which a voter casts ballots
i Dinners will be sold for $2.50 voters strength, had been presentedat for all five commission and school
starting at 11 a.m., including smok- a Jan. 30 meeting of the two board board members. And, the plaintiffs,
ed or grilled, with beans and slaw. .. chairmen, attornies for the two local officials think, want a district
Local gospel musicians will entertain The Photo by Mark Frldtln' boards, and a representative of the in which a black stands an equal
Little Make Differnce.
Things a ..
at dinner. North Central Regional Planning chance of being elected.
l Jamie Pn'ht'ultotl'ls/ some help from kindergarten big draw for a kindergarten leather says Ms. Cook, Council (NCFRPC) Brown said his Although county commissioners
Dance. leather Call Cook in her llrooker Klenirnlary chosen Teacher-of-the-Year for 111I5-116! in Bradford understanding at that time was that objected to the principle of "no in-
Square .. ('hl..hl'OOIll.11'1111.1: ieer work at end ur table. County. copies of the maps would be made put," they voiced no specific objec-
The first Saturday square dance The fresh rxcilmenl of the first tear. of learning in a and supplied to all county commis- tions to the district lines approvedby
at the Kingsley Lake Civic Center sion members for study and the school board. Neither current
53 is set Saturday, March 1. response within 14 days Dist. 3 incumbent, Commissioner
A covered dish supper is set from Nothing was heard from the coun- Mosley or School Board Member
5:30-6:30: : p.m., with the club fur- Teacher ty commission within the 14 days. Schlofman, expressed opposition to
nishing hot dogs. A plus-workshop Top School Board Chairman J.T. Parrish the proposed district lines I
is set from 6:30: p.m. to 7:45 p.m. i said several times Tuesday night he The importance of having the two
Maintslream square dancing is set : tried to make it clear at the Jan. 30 boards in agreement on the proposed -
from 8-10 p.m. meeting the school board would redistricting was emphasized by
Caller this month will be Jim iii have to move shortly. all members present, In order to.
Duncan. '." -- .- It's Exciting. SaysllE5l rfok': r The school telnet, facing May ft., .avoid the possibility of.llevlng, two ,
court ordered pre-trial hearing, met different sets of district lines. Since
Feb. 10 and approved the two plans the pending suits against the two
Free Blood Check... Uv :Mark KlirdlinBIT events like a Halloween Party each year which is well- for purposes of negotiations with the boards will be heard by different
.; A free blood pressure check will Staff Writer attended by parents. attorneys of the plaintiffs, the Bradford federal judges, there was some con-
be given the first Tuesday of every Students in kindergarten class at Brooker Elemen- "She has spent many long hours of her own time in County Branch of the NAACP. cern on the part of commissionersthat
month (March 4)) from 1-4 p.m. In tary have a special reason to be proud this week-their these events and deserves a lot of the credit for the School board attorney Brown the if the school board redistrictingplan
I the library at Bradford Hospital. teacher, Gail Cook has been named as Bradford Coun- great parental support we enjoy here at this school," following week forwarded the two was approved first by one
(The Telegraph incorrectly printed ty's Teacher of the Year. commented Brooker Elementary Principal Bill McRae plans to the prosecuting NAACP at- judge, the second judge hearing the
j the place as the Bradford High Cook, a native of New Hampshire and a University of recently. "She brings so much enthusiasm to her job torneys Lipman & Weisburg, in commission suit later might also
library in its Feb. 20 edition.) Florida graduate, is the only kindergarten teacher in that it leaves a real lasting impression on the students Miami. give his approval in order to avoid
A registered nurse will issue this small elementary school and has been nominated in a very positive way" Attorney Brown and School Board having conflicting district lines. +
blood pressure cards, record by her fellow teachers three straight times for the Cook and her husband Jim are Gainesville residentsand Member Rodney Hall reported Tues- "We would have no say," said Com-
readings and check your pulse. honor. have one child Kelly, age four. day night that, in a telephone con- missioner Carter.
"It was very exciting to be chosen but I know there Cook remembers former teacher Helen Johns of versation that afternoon, attorney Bob Milner, chairman of the
are many more teachers in this county whoare just as Starke Elementary as a particularly strong influenceon Robert M. Lipman "basically" approved NCFRPC, speaking "as a private
Nutrition Quackery... deserving," Cook said modestly as she began another her approach to teaching. Cook interned under Mrs. the plan based on the 1980 citizen," said he agreed with Carter
day of learning with a group of busy young student Johns when she came to Bradford County census, with only very minor that new district lines should be
March is Nutrition Month and the "We have a fine system here in Bradford County and I Cook has a Master's degree from U of F and is cur- changes. Lipman said he wanted to drawn by an outside, disinterestedsource.
Nutrition Committee of Duval am particularly proud of our school here in Brooker. rently involved on post-graduate work at the Universi- consult with his clients before any "Despite claims to the contrary -
County and the American Red The community is very supportive of our efforts. ty.Cook further negotiations, Brown said. the proposed new districts
Cross will be offering free nutrition That's the kind of feedback wi1 can all enjoy." has to adapt each year to a new number of Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., reflect political interests of some
seminars. students -as the areas' only Kindergarten teacher, she said, "Personally, I think you-all board members," Milner said, ad-
Nutrition Quackery will be the Cook has been has to take all that are of age no matter how many jumped the gun. If I'm gonna have to ding that two (unnamed) officials
at Riooker
topic March 11 from 7-8:30: p.m. 12 teaching Elementary for there happen to be. This year she has 19 in her busy eat that pie I want to have live close enough to district lines to
now and is remembered
Nutrition Weighing the Choices students.years She fondly by former classroom, something to say about the recipe. cause a "street" perception that an
will be offered March 12 from 9 coordinates the school's! volunteer program "Most teachers like smaller classes so the studentscan "It's a matter of principle, Carter effort was mde to keep the officials
as well as being involved in her
a.m. until noon or March 24 from duties the normal teaching receive more personal instruction," Cook says. said, adding that, "First of all, I out of one district or in another.
results of which
1-4 p.m. at the American Red given Brooker "This can make a big difference at this age level." think we should have the district Hall replied that he was not involved -
Cross, 744 Riverside Avenue in in Elementary the the highest rate of parental involvement Discipline in her bustling classroom is based on lines drawn by an independent, out in drawing( the district lines.
Jacksonville. Phone 358-8091 to county. friendly respect- the children seem to know what is expected side group." "My only input was that I did not
reserve a space.Upcoming.. of them and respond well to her kind, helpful Attorney Brown said district linesin want to see any gerrymandering,"
"There is something special about the year a child manner. the two plans were based on data said School Board Member Judy
spends in the kindergarten grade level' Cook said. The little things make a difference. supplied by the NCFRPC. Both Becker
... "There is a fresh excitement to learning that is exciting Each May she invites children who will be entering maps create a new District 3, comb- Schlofman, the newest school
for a teacher. It makes the job so much easier Kindergarten next year to come and visit for a day. Ing portions of voting precincts 2 and board member, predicted the
The Starke Zoning Board is when you can set up a solid basis of communicationwith The effect is to acquaint the students-to-be with the 7. Based on registered voter NAACP litigants would almost certainly -
scheduled to meet at halt.m. Thurs- the parents. The parents here in Brooker have classroom setting and to get to know the parents.It strength, proposed District 3 would want to increase the black
day, Feb. 27, in city been very supportive over the years." is just one of the special things her administrationand have 697 registered white majority to at least 55 or 60 per centIledistricting..i
-A school spelling bee championwill The school rates the highest in the county in fellow teachers have come to expect from Brad- Democrats, and 722 registered black
be determined at Brooker volunteer hours by parents and features several big ford's Teacher of the Year.A Democrats, a narrow majority of 51 tree >.2.\: >
Elementary in a bee set at 8 a.m.
today (Thursday, Feb. 27).

small Business Services business Development offered owners by the will Center Small be the to Hopes High for Education Before Legislature Meets I

topic at the Chamber of Commerce --
seminar-luncheon set today (Thurs Local teachers heard all of the starting salary of $18,000 is in The 96.34 ranks Bradford at 34th a might have more votes, cautioned "..was worth a lot. I'm a mightly
day, Feb. 27), noon-1 p.m. in the pre-legislative session hoopla from Gov. Bob Graham's proposed among the state's 67 school districtsfor BEA United lobbyist Rich Layer. grateful person."
Western Steer. Cost is $3 per per- area lawmakers and State Sen. Bet- budget. Question is, will that be approved 1985 up from 94.92 the previous What is needed, Layer said, is not Sen. Castor said when she an-
son, including meal and tips. ty Castor, who is running for com- in the upcoming state year which ranked Bradford 49th. redistributing the pie but a bigger nounced for commissioner of educa-
Speaker will be Bill Stensgaard, the missioner of education, and their budget? The less than 100 percent cost level pie for education. tion she made a committment to
regional director of the SBDC. The union lobbyist at the annual That Rep. Chance Irvine, ranking has been costing Bradford Layer, Rep Irvine, Rep. George teach one day a month. The staff of
agency has several programs free legislative dinner sponsored by the D-Orange Park, Is working on a bill schools some $400,000 per year. Crady, D-Yulee, and Sen. Betty the Dept. of Education should do
to small business owners, including Bradford Education (BEA) last that would equalize district educa- Mrs. Irvine sa's 57 counties would Castor of Hillsborough County all that too, she said. "I think there's a
counseling on how to operate their Thursday night, Feb. 20, in the tion funding. The cost-of-living index have received more money over the spoke to the 87 educators and guests lot of those people who haven't been
business efficiently, and on book- Fellowship Hall of the First United currently gives Bradford County past 10 years had funding been equalin present. in a classroom in a long time." That
keeping, taxes, information on star- Methodist Church of Starke. 96.34 percent of of the money the each school district. Going into "She's going to be a tough one, and drew a hearty laugh from the au
ting up a small business. Question is, how much of it will state pays for education. Other coun- her second legislative session, Rep. that's what we need," said Layer of dience.
The Bradford County Commis- they believe, or how much of it will ties, mostly in south Florida, get Irvine thinks there may be enough Sen. Castor Plus, Sen.Castor pledged that durLegislative..i -
sion is scheduled to meet at 9:30: come true? over 100 percent up to 107 percent of votes to carry the bill. Mrs. Castor said the endorsementof
a.m. Monday, March 3, in the commission Teachers were told that: what they earn by student count. The 10 larger counties in S-FL the Florida Education/United (sec >.2\:.! )
meeting room in the county
courthouse.Free .

be-given blood Tuesday pressure, March checks 4, In the will Lack of Adopted Science Book Bugs Brooker Elem. Parentsnot I

library of Bradford Hospital, Inc. -
The Lawtey City Commission A "wish list" of building priorities BE Principal Bill McRae and offered to purchase the books but fronted directly with the fact that be discussed before the school
. meets at 7:30: p.m. Monday, March for Brooker Elementary was School Board Member Judy Becker were never told which book to buy. not every student has a textbook. board prior to the hearing process.
!t: 4, in city hall. presented to the School Board Monday a teacher, explained that teacherscan Supt. Duncan understood their Both board members and parents Voicing their complaints prior to the
1, The Starke City Commission night, Feb. 24. instruct effectively with frustatlon, said the language arts appeared unconvinced, no matter hearing process would prejudice the
meets at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, March The school board visited BE in the materials they have worked up. BE texts were first adopted in this what the BE teachers and Mrs. parents' case attorney Brown said.
4, In'the city hall. first of a series of annual pre-budget teacher Marilyn Vellenga pointedout district then math texts which the Becker said, that a textbook is less Attorney Brown and Supt. Duncan
.The Board of Governors of the meetings. Next meeting at an outly that no textbook covers every board is still in process of purchasing than a necessity. At least there told the parents to put their com-
. Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- ing school will be March 10 at 7 p.m. area of instruction called for in the and that science will be next. should be a text for a parent to refer plaints in writing and submit themto
merce is scheduled to meet Thurs- at Hampton Elementary. Bradford school system's cur- Duncan said the district receives back to, said Board Member Len Principal McRae. That is the first
" day, March 6, at Stare: in the riculum guide adopted in 1985, that from the state about $95,000 in tex- Schlofman. step in the disciplinary process
board room at the Center of No Science Books... supplementary materials are tbooks monies each year and that outlined In a contract with the Brad-
r, Santa Fe Community College. Most disturbing to the 28 Brooker necessary. The fourth grade science the paperback workbooks for K-3 Teacher Complaint.., ford 'Education Association, the
The newly formed Alumni residents present Monday night Is instructor, Debbie Bigham said she grades must be purchased every A group of the parents at the BE teacher union which represents
Association of Bradford High the lack of textbooks for fourth finds material to teach according to year. Even after a text is adopted, it workshop wanted to voice com- teachers in such complaints.The .
School is scheduled to meet March grade science students. Reason, it the curriculum guide. Supt. Duncan Is impossible to buy all those booksIn plaints' about a teacher, but were parents,' however, were
10, a Monday, at 7 p.m. in the high turned out, is that new science texts and Principal McRae pointed out one year, he said. stopped by school board attorney dissatisfied with the school bargaining -
school library. Everyone is invited.A have not been adopted by the school good teachers use supplemental It is the policy of the school board Terry Brown, who explained the process. They felt they should
work session with the Brad- system and won't be for another two materials even if they have a tex and the board has been under the Im- board acts as a judge in employee have been able to voice their com-
ford School Board is set at 7 p.m. years. Supt. Jim Duncan pointed out tbook. pression that no student in any hearings. Brown pointed out that plaints to the school board in a I
Monday March 10, at Hampton he doesn't know now'what book to The parents pointed out they and course Is without a textbook. So, it under the Florida Collective public meeting.
Elementary. tell the Brooker parents to buy. the parent-teacher organization had was the first time the board was con- Bargaining Act the complaints can- '(See Bugs at BE..p.1JT \)


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Few Farmers Could Qualify for ProgramThe

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'1 I9B5 harm Bill just enacted by owned the land fur three years. under the contract.
Congress may enable a few of our The eligible field also must be The options: grasses and legumes,
farmer* to participate in the Conservation "highly!, credible". The Soil ConservatIOn native! grasses trees, wildlife
Reserve Program, accordingto Swvir ommty nHiom fan habitat, field windbreak, erosion
.. +hi County Agent Bobby Taylor. help tanners determine their control structures, grass waterways
This program is designed to take eligibility. Soils classed VI, VII, or and shallow water areas for
highly credible land out of row crop VIII arc eligible. Classes II-V can wildlife. County agricultural agen
i ',w. production and into soil conservation also qualify if they are eroding at cies can help farmers choose a pray
h practices such as sod or forest three times the rate topsoil Is tice appropriate for a particular
., establishment with the help of replenished, what SCS calls soil loss field.
# federal dollars. In essence, the tolerance, which occurs on The rental contract: allows
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federal government through a competitive greater (a drop or more or fishing or other forms of recreation
bid rocess. feet per 100). but prohibits harvest of trees,
I !.. To be eligible, a field must cover When a farmer has been determined hay or use of the fields as forage by
I fla, ., Nt, ) at least 10 acres and .have been to be eligible, he then must decide livestock.
planted in crops two of the last five upon a soil conserving practice that The sign-up period is (or
years. Plus, the farmer has to have he will use on the land for 10 years March 3-14,1086.

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her campaign she will teach in Itecertification: The FEA/United Meaningful certication is the kay,
every county and at all the colleges.As position is now is to override the said Sen. Grant.
k.f rr education commissioner Sen. governor's veto of the current bill,
.. Castor said she will work on the goal is to repeal the current bill. Rep. Crady...
\ III statewide unformity of curriculum. It is unknown now what will happen, Apparently, hind sight is better
I School maintenance programs have but recertification will be a major than foresight, said Rep. George
been squeezed, including salaries, issue, Layer said.[ Crady, D-Yulee.
and that area needs pumping up,she "Everybody was opposed to merit
i said. Education funding: FEA is goingfor pay and yet we passed it.Crady
J For all the talk in the past eight a' 7 or 8 percent increase, but said he will vote to override the
years about a committment to put Layer said he doesn't "know wherewe governor's veto.
the state in the top quartile in the na will get the money." Plus, the Crady noted he voted much time to
1 Win Awards in District FBLA tion, Florida ranks 48th among the state has problems other than the Sparcity Factor funding, and
50 states in per capita expenditures education. said the fund was doubled from $4.5
lure three 1.1 dies ..iw.inlinnris. for education pointed out Sen. Such funds give extra
,joint) ate in office iocriliiii-s| 'er" ttnnprlilKMi.' .Miss .lolins is the to $9 million.
liusim-ss> ciliii-iiliun rompi-lilum ill lie Pisliitl KntiircItiisiiicsK .11I/-:1011'1'/: of Mr. 11I..1h.: .t. 1note l Johns of SUukt Castor. Florida is not a poor state, Retirement: Teacher retirementis monies to school districts counties
l.nidris of America' f<>iii|>.'liliiiii Frb.'I in Sh.II'OIl101'1 and .1t'lIlIlft. Johns iirt- eligible to Mrs. Castor said. "We ve got to up for a comprehensive study which face funding shortage
.l.it''ksomillc.Tlio ctiinpflt* ;il lie si.i If ,'ollllll'lilillll in Orlando in April. make a committment." Layer said. Teachers ought to be because of fewer students.
> art tib.u'un V<*hsiuliii| look ""/'"'01..11"1' in \, .minting li.irltci. Terri Fciuler. Sondra Orw.n. Paula education funding such that "...if And, the goal is to have the top three regional cost of living index bill and
II rmiiprtiliini.: 1'e",el '- Hitl.iunlitn;: 01h'l ; and Green; Rubin Ilerney. Mehss.i I\\IIIJ.II'I. Sharon !\Ji'UII. we don't turn it around, will become years of salary counted for retirement thatSupt.. Jim Duncan will go to
Mrs. D.inii-l J. Crti.elofMarke. Karin :M.irlin l'iudy KixlKcis/: I'.imel.i '1',101'. l Dan.i a crisis. purposes, rather than the cur Tallahassee March 4 to speak on the
I'l, iscill.iflili. uho lack "" ,',m.II.I.II.. in I lie public \Miil.literin> \\illi.inis, and Snsi i U'ooil.irtl. Bright young people in math and rent top five best years. issue before a House committee.The
.1..I..hlJ.| : .fiiinptMilion; ,+ \\rlih is the il.mghlcr of Kit IA ailUsnrs art- Paula Kt-gish-r/: ami l ctkItcd- science aren't going into the Northeast Florida Education Consortium
Mi and ;Mi* II.Hi.iM r.ilfh: of Itrmikri llish.BHS classroom to teach because salariesare Sen. Grant... asked him to Introduce the
Jennifrr.luhnsobo took fourth pl.it r in ..1111',1"1) feel. higher elsewhere. A member of the Senate Education bill, and he did, said Crady,who suggested
A state minimum salary is need- Committee, Sen. Bill Grant, this time the issue might get
ed, Mrs. Castor said. Georgia cur D-Madison, said he can't think of a a hearing by the Legislature. Crady
Alumni Association FormedAn rently has a minimum teacher single more important issue for has introduced the bill twice before.
salary $16,000.. Seventy percent of education that to have a strong com
alumni association was formed classes from BHS are being invitedto grad Mary Lou Black as vice- Florida teachers come from outsideof missioner of education.Sen. Rep. Ervine...
Keb. 3 at Bradford High School with participle in the 1986 homecoming president, 1954 graduate Gladys the state. If Georgia, South Castor is certainly a leader in The big South Florida countiesnow
1970\ graduate Jimmy Crosby Jr as parade. There will be a dinner Thomas as record secretary, 1965 Carolina and Tennessee pay more the Senate. "Somebody oughta run getting more than 100 percent
president. before the football game. Several graduate Judy Brown as correspon- than Florida, a shortage of teacherswill DOE," said Sen. Grant, not the education funding/ "...will know
Organization of the alumni organizations will have open house 1983 grad Bobby result, she predicted. legislature or the governor but the what the problem is. They may not
association is being keyed around during the day the alumni and Epps as treasurer, 1980 grad Lisa Rich DOE commissioner. Someone needsto pass it but they'll know the
the teachers. Reddish and 1981 Layer. take the lead where to in Irvine
90th anniversary of Bradford grad Tammy say go problem, said Rep. Chance ,
I High organized in 1986. Plans are be Next meeting of the alumni Winkler as historians and 1956 grad The FEA/United lobbyist Rich education, and everybody should get D-Orange Park, of her plan for introducing
made to celebrate 90 years of BHS association is set for Monday, March Anna Ruth Johnson as membership Layer went over what are now con on the band wagon, said Sen. Grant. an equalization funding
graduates at the Oct 24, 1986 10. at 7 p m. the BHS media center chairman. sidered will be major issues in the "A very delicate problem" is the
homecoming Several activities are (library To join, upcoming April and May legislative way Sen. Grant characterized the bill.Over the past 10 years, had the .
l being planned for the weekend. All Also elected as officers are 1960 phone Mrs Johnson, 9647273. session: equalization of education funding. It funding formula been applied equal
Merit Pay: Layer predicted an is wrong for different children to get ly to all district, Bradford would
H Keclistrictinff from I' end to the state Merit Teacher Pro- different amounts in different areas have received an additional
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gram. He thinks the Legislature will of the state, the senator said. In fact, $9,945,340, said Rep. Irvine. Clay
in any new district created to v>i':Hare of the county, the concensus "Everybody in the county will staler keep the $3,000 for three years of Grant said, it may be in violation of would have received $22,345,600.
answer their complaint He suggested of those expressing an opinion was from single member districts." current committment and just give the state Constitution.Sen. Large populous but not so property
"Let's wait and see what that at-large voting would cause one year for this year's master Grant noted a group of coon rich counties, such as Duval,
I hey draw up. then if we don't likeit elected officers holders to take an Single member districts were teachers. Layer told the local ties receiving under 100 percent fun Hillsborough or Brevard Counties,
we can get together again and overall view of the needs of the en abolished in the county in the late educators this Is all merely speculation ding are seeking a declaratory would also have gotten more
make another proposal." tire county rather than trying to 1950s, when at least one county com at this point.Legislators judgement in state court to halt the monies, she points out.
just those who elected missioner was accused of overuse of will give more atten procedure."We "I'll show them how they will get
In discussing the effects of single them to nice in a single member county equipment in his home tion to the career ladder approach simply have to get a living more dollars," Rep. Irvine said.
member districts on the general rti..tnrt Commissioner Mosley said! diafrlCt preferred by the education system, scale for teachers," said Sen. Grant, The 10 larger counties may get
Layer predicted Legislators have noting that is the same statement he more votes than the other 57 combined
indicated they will take time to con- makes to Rotary Clubs and farm cautioned,. FEA lobbyist Rich
sirfpr the twit approach. I.aver sairl organizations. Layer.
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Duncan, Archey ,Earn Top Spelling Positions at Middle School

By Mark Frtedlln correctly before missing ,
BCT Staff Writer "odorless'. T
Scott Duncan will represent Brad- Shawn Nichols spelled "narrow" .
ford Middle School at the County "taxation", "repaint" "gasket'1and &
Spelling Bee after winning the "cactus" correctly before, miss- I 1
school title Wednesday over 13 other Ing "Itemize".
top spellers.The Three spellers fell out in the next
spelling bee was tense and exciting round as the words kept
as the two final spellers.Dun tougher: Donnie Francis spell
can and Allison Archey, who will be "costume", ", "amiss" fjLt
the alternate, battled it out for 17 ad- "bashful "gimmick and "tidal'1correctly
ditional words after the rest of the before missing
spellers had fallen out. "tendency". "iA .
The final moment came when Kim Johnson spelled "chimney",
Duncan spelled 1-o-c-a-l-e, then mal "foaming", "buckle", "heckle",
"bleachers" and "causeway" cor-
rectly before missing "abbreviate",
Beth McKinney spelled "jewel",
"weeknight". ''poacher", "emp-
tiness" "pillar" and "fabricate"correctly
before missing "essence". > .
There were Just four spellers left. ,.' ,1Ii. .
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Danielle Smith had spelled A j : ,r r .nr '
l "order", "qualify", "zoning",
"beard", "plantable", "obedient"
and "ferried" correctly but hadtrouble
round. with "galactic" in the eighth c ; 2' :

Jane Stanwix-Hay also made it to .. .--' .,.,
the eighth round, spelling "tender", "".. ,
"homestead", "spur", "confide", I
"dilute", "pearly" and "per
v manance" before missing "vagran-
cy". 1 1 ,
There were just two spellers left :1 I : (
and the two finalists battled it out in r.r J"
the longest final round of all the -
county spelling bees yet. Top Spellers...
Archey had shown the
crowd her skill in the previous eight These are the class finalists In the Bradford Middle School Spelling Johnson,Mien- Brown Sh.uiu l'I1UIllvln !.nne and Chris: Thompson.
rounds, spelling"yellow", "valley", Bee. On the front row from left to I'i inM Mi.u shun, Danielle Smith,Shelley
"federal' "decline", "delicious", Shown on the back row from left to right: BlaIn McChesney Kim bason Jane Stanwix-llty, Ooiiiuv Francis and Beth McKinney
"archery'*, "questionable" and "in-

Scott Duncan iI1rJ 'Y'Wt ,",,_._"".-
Bradford Middle School SpellingBee Duncan had little trouble with first shot at the title, but missed Archey spelled "rattMrap", the Duncan spelled "aquatic". .
Champion. "paradise", "beachcomber" and "poplar", which Archery then spell- Duncan countered with "tactful", Archey spelled "chariot", then
"flamethrower". ed correctly, putting them even Archey spelled "endorsement" Duncan missed "cockleshell", giv-
1-1-a-r-d and > U Then both spellers missed two again as the Bee continued "safeguard" and "bonanza" coring: Archey a clear shot at the title.rectlyt .
slowly carefully to words "axiom" and "guffaw". It then Duncan spelled
become his school's spelling cham- still dead Both spellers missed the word
was even. "hospitality", "vanilla" and Archey spelled "cockleshell", but
pion. Archey spelled"intolorable",then "libel", then spelled through five "freighter". missed the "e" in "locale", giving
Scott will now compete in the Duncan "knoll". straight rounds correctly in of
spelled spite
Still deadlocked, the two spellers Duncan his final shot. He
county-wide meet to be held at a Archey then missed "oafish". the increasing difficulty of the both missed "irresponsIble' then spelled "locale", then "mallard' to
future date the winner of which will
Duncan spelled "oafish" for his words.
travel to Jacksonville in April to Archey spelled "qualitative" and take the title
represent Bradford County in the
district spelling championship. The
spelling bee is sponsored by the Don't You
Florida Times-Union. Why
Scott's victory was not easily won

as title.14 Allison other spellers was first competed runner-up for and the Pay Attention! :JIori

and difficult both territory she and Scott in the covered elimination some t } ofaJ" Bug l

round. off If you are tired of being accused of not e
According to spelling bee rules, 'r\ '1:1f:: : :' ,r!' t =' paying attention when you really didn'lhear 964-4956
when only two are left they E'-r
must spell words until one misses.To what was said, the new "secret"hearing VISA b 1005 S. Water Street (Rd 100))
win, the other speller must then 'r..tj aid may be the answer. It's MASTERCARD .
correctly spell the missed word,plus small, comfortable and easy to use. Come
correctly spell one additional word.In .
and let
by us show the advan-
the opening round, held beforean Allison Archey
anxious audience in the library, tages of this type of hearing aid. ONE DOZEN
three speljers went out in the first Spelling Bee Alternate for Bradford .
round Shae Blom missed "chain", Middle School. ROSESARRANGED
Chris Thopmpson missed "switch, Audio Hearing Services of Gainesville i. !I
and Sheltey Easom missed audible" correctly to reach the final .._., ,.
"doctor". ',' round. will be holding a heap jiJ i jJjcHnij) ;_ .P J. .
Calvin Lane spelled "arrive",, Scott Duncan reached the final ASSORTED COLORS
"grocery", and fish"'correctly two by spelling "engine", "level", Monday March 3, 9:30: to 12:30:
before missing "nestle". "scrawl", "chapel" "lemonade", atMITCHELL'S 00
Blain McChesney spelled "eavesdrop" ''sentimental" and $1 5
"glance", "kindhearted"and"ever- "ceaselessly" correctly. DRUG STORE
more" correctly before missing plus tax
"lapse". In the first three words of the final, 127 E. Call Street Starke 964-7810
Shere Brown spelled "dance""outburst" *, Archey spelled"citation","sodden"and or call for appt. 373.5507 rTmr
"comic" and
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Notice of Public Hearing

ff and Statement of Proposed Budget

I ,'I I The City of Starke Is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs

Jt. (OCA) for a grant under the Commerical Revitalization category in the amount

KITES KIDS... tN' of $575,000 under the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant

4q (CDBG) Program. For each activity that is proposed at least 51 % of the funds
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AND POWERCAN, L ,3 '" ; must benefit low and moderate income persons. The activities dollar amount

t, and estimated percentage benefit to low and moderate income persons for
which the City Is applying are:
: '
ACTIVITY AMOUNT Benefit Low/Moderate/

Income Persons

/ 013 Parking Facilities 27795.00 90%

,, 017 Street Improvements 314,518.00 90%
i. 019 Water Facilities 30100.00 90%

/ ; (Irrigation System)

I // ."' ,'',., ;. 171b( ) Acquisition (land) 159500.00 90%

/ 181 Administration 43087.00 n/a

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: t :.. Total Gnnt Amount Requested 575,000.00

g'// % The City of Starke plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of

fA planned CDBG funded,activities in the following manner: No displacement will

fio.fe N occur as a result of the proposed CDBG program.


!f1 For your childfc safety,make sure there is ,If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities the City
ggf x-\"\'v nothing metallic on the kite,make sure that i under CFR
will assist such in the following manner; as required 24
)..; fe*(U* the Strin2 for the kite has "o wire or metal in '*,
*5T* IfJ'-''Sff5ii! anddon'tletkidsflykitesnearpowerlines.' ' 42, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's regulations that Implement -

.. -j Ordinarily,power lines are quite harmless.Butwhenakitegetscaughtinapowerlineitcouldbecomeelectrified. J the Uniform Relocation I Assistance I and Real I Property Acquisition I I
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., Tell your kids to let go of the string and leave the kite alone. ,Policies Act of 1970.
Otherwise,the result could be deadly.

Always look up.Whether you're picking fruit or pruning trees, A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application
installing antennas or doing any activity that puts you in possible
I' contact with overhead lines. will be held In City Hall on March 4, 1986 at 7:30: p.m. A copy of the application -

Don't! be a victim of your own carelessness. will be available for review at City Hall Thompson Street on Monday

.... if thru Friday between the hours of 9:00: a.m. and 5:00: p.m. To obtain additional

'; .-...- Infonriation concerning the application and the public hearing contact Nell

t .FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT COMPANY Tucker City Clerk City Hall Thompson Street ((904)) 9645027.. Ian



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Chris/ Fund Drive Still/// Under Way -

Canadian Who Had E.B. Treatment Will Show Video Tapes Feb. 28, March 1With 1


the help of newspapers, radio stations, and taped documentary of the Kozak Clinic, where the Last Resort Treatment many Degabrlele quit his job and turned
TV networks in this area, the name of Chris year-old Canadian, himself a long-time suf- Cured Tony DegabrieleBy to raising money privately to finance the ,
Campbell and the painful skin condition that has ferer with epidermolysis bullosa, underwent Gord trip for other skin sufferers. He vowed thatif
marred the first five of his life have treatment.
years Ever since Tony Degabrlele was cured he was ever cured he'd do all he could to
become household words. Hundreds of volunteer The is invited to attend the showings others.In .
public from the hell he suffered with a rare skin help
workers have contributed their time and financial which will be held in the Bradford High School
Oakville resident has
the former
he raised
support in an effort to finance an expensive treat the past four years more
and March I
auditorium at 7:30 Feb. 28
: p.m., similar victims
ment for the tow-headed boy who has lived in pain made a career out of taking than $500,000 to send 50 people from
and discomfort since birth. The following article on Degabriele and his to the West German scientist whose Canada and the United States to the Kozak
work with the Kozak Clinic, which recently was remedy freed him from pain. Clinic.
Now this interest will be stimulated even fur- from West to Is reproduced -
moved Spain
Germany Now after months of waiting, the consists of seriesof
The which
ther by the arrival Wednesday of Tony Degabrieleof treatment, a
from the Oakville, Ontario newspaper,
36-year-old Georgetown man only days
video diet creams and drug therapies, costs
Ontario, Canada, who will present a 26 1985 edition
away from obtaining the letters patent
each sufferer$10,000 a month for the three-
which will validate his new organization month period, said Degabriele.
the Canadian Foundation for Chronic Skin
Disease. "It's not cheap" he says. "It's very ex
pensive. But it works. Not one of the 50 has
Sponsored by the Georgetown Lions suffered any more pain. There have beenno
eDJTOKlALSStarke Club the new organization will allow complaints. If it works, who cares how
Degabriele and his small army of much it costs? You can't imagine the pain
volunteers to legally canvass for donationsto 4a unless you've experienced it.
help victims of rare and fatal skin H
disease go to Europe. f l' Though the cure has detractors
Degabriele has had no difficulty in drum-
The foundation's goals include: ,f ,, ; r1 and
ming up private medical legal com-
Will Need to Put Engaging in and providing support for munity support for the foundation.
medical research in the field of chronic
Aside from the Georgetown Club
It's Best Foot ForwardCall skin disease. other Halton Lions Clubs will be lending
.Promoting the advancement of support to his canvassing campaign. The
knowledge about skin disease including :: Wd foundation board of directors boasts of a
prevention diagnosis and treatment surgeon minister professional engineer
Street will be the setting for a quality artists to display their works. Supporting individuals with skin ? A chartered accountant and airline super

major event that will bring hundreds of The Gainesville Festival has becomea disease to obtain treatment. visor in its ranks.

artists and crafts people to our city next major cultural event, attracting an Accepting donations and soliciting TONY DEGABRIELE Besides treating patients with epider

October when the first annual Starke estimated 80,000 spectators to the show money for the prevention of skin disease. molysis bullosa Kozak also accepts pa-

Arts Festival will be staged here by each year. More than 25 service clubs The crusade to raise money for sufferersof Doctors said they had little hope of cur- and tients psoriasis.with scleroderma eczema, lupus

Santa Fe Community College in and other organizations participate in skin disease is a personal mission for ing the disease which was progressing.In of
cooperation with the Starke Center. the event, hundreds of volunteers Degabriele who was afflicted by epider- Describing the constant pain skin
skin desperation Degabriele jumped at disease is not possible according to
The sidewalk festival stretched out donate their time, and many molysis bullosa from his a third crippling day on painful earth until the chance offered By a controversial Degabriele."I .
Call Street from the Old Cour- businessmen contribute supplies, ser- disease German remedy invented by Kozak who is not a
along age 32, when he was cured by medical doctor.In had 32 years of pain. I still have the
thouse, east to the railroad will place vices, or cash donations to make the scientist Pavel Kozak, scars of the needles I put in my arms for

Starke in the limelight, under the Festival an outstanding success. of Degabriele's disease In- August 1981, Degabrlele made Inter- years. You have to have constant care
Starke's first festival of will be Symptoms national headlines when he returned from every four hours. When I went to Germany
scrutiny of throngs of out-of-town course, cluded blisters covering 90% of his body the successful
treatment I weighed 97 pounds My body was wasting
visitors, such as few events have attracted on a smaller scale, but of equal quality, crippled bones and joints loss of finger- despite misgivings by the medical com- away fighting the disease. Today I weigh

in the past.A and will doubtless continue to grow with the nails end and surface skin infections flesh was so peeling bad that off near his munity. 210 and am feeling great." I want others to

each succeeding year. Since he off the from Ger- share the same relief.
sidewalk arts festival of this caliber body in strips. stepped plane

will offer the community a unique opportunity Starke, and particularly Call Street,

to involve itself, both directly, should not miss this great opportunity to

as participants, and indirectly, as spec- enhance its image in view of the many AARP Chapter-Founding Date, March 19thA

tators in a prestigious event that will attract visitors who will be seeing our city at

the area's who close for the first time.In .
outstanding artists range
steering committee, with Harry Fertig Stark said he became involved in AARP its members with a voice in government at
will be competing for lucrative awards, view of the current Call Street improvement of Starke as chairman was appointed after hearing a statement by a all levels- state local and federal.
ranging from $100 to $1,000. Wednesday Feb. 19, to work toward for-
efforts a good number of Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Each chapter is encouraged to have an
the in the downtown mation of a Bradford County chapter of the graduate that the great depression of the active committee to the
Those who have attended property owners legislative keep
American Association of Retired Persons.
1930s can happen again and that events of
Gainesville Spring Arts Festival, also district have already started making Fertig also heads the Bradford County this kind occur in 60-year cycles because group informed of what legislation Is being
and let the of Senior
sponsored by SFCC and the SFCC Endowment plans for improving the appearance of Senior Citizens group. people who experienced hard times either Citizens considered be known to to elected concern officials"

Corporation, realize the their buildings, stressing the nostalgic Another meeting will be held Wednes- die out or become senile and don't Serio added.

potential benefits to be gained by Starke atmosphere of the older buildings day, March 19, at 1 p.m. at the Bradford- remember the mistakes of the past "I
Union County Guidance Center Grand and wanted to prove that my generation was In addition to interest in legislative
event of this kind. in view of the recent listingof
in hosting a quality especially,
Georgia Streets, west of the courthouse to neither dead nor senile, and that we can issues Stark said that AARP chapters are
Outstanding artists are assured by the Call Street on the National Registerof nominate officers and board members for make a difference" Stark said. also active in community affairs and pro-

Endowment Corporation's sponsorshipof Historic Places the new AARP chapter. All interested per jects. "You will have to decide what your
Serio told the that AARP providesa
group local will do- define the needs of
an annual purchasing program in sons over 50 years of age are urged to at- for people who have retired from chapter
It would be great if all these plans way your community and choose projects that
which area businesses and individuals tend this meeting.At their occupations to stay active and in- "
will those needs said.
guarantee major purchases of art by could be expedited so that Call Street last week's meeting, Louis Stark ofStemhatchee terested in their community state,.and nation help meet ,
utilizing the Endowment Corporation as would present its very best image to the representing the national Fertig said that most Bradford County
AARP, and Joseph Serio of Venice Fla., seniors would welcome an opportunity to
visitors who will be forming their
many Stark said the AARP provides a sourceof
a means of contributing their tax- state director of the AARP outlined the stay active and help meet the needs of the
first of Starke next October. of to
information importance
deductible gifts. This plan encourages impression many benefits of having an active chapterin 50, subjects great such as health care persons community. He urged all interested per-
the county. over sons to attend the next meeting on March
insurance medicare, medicaid, physical 19.
fitness and nutrition. AARP also provides

75ATHANNIVERSARY County Agent'S NotebOOk Garden Fertilization

We all have to eat, and most of us enjoy square feet of garden. On organic soils entire garden a week or two before plan-
s' eating vegetables. But to produce abun- you'll need one or two pounds per 100 ting. The rest should be applied in shallow

lilt dantly, vegetable crops have to eat too. square feet. If the soil in your garden isn't furrows on both sides of the seed rows at
\ 1.. And we have to feed them fertilizer. typical of either of these common types, planting time. This procedure is called
However fertilizers can be confusing. you should have your soil analyzed to banding.. The furrows should be about six
What do the numbers on the tag mean? determine the best kind of fertilizer for inches apart, and only two or three inches
\ How much of what kind should we use? your particular needs. deep. Spread the fertilizer evenly in the
0 i And when and how should the fertilizer be You should divide the amount of fer- furrows, and then fill them with soil
ir applied? I'll try to answer these questionsin tilizer called for into two applications.About .
this week's column. half should be broadcast over the
;1/i \ Our sandy soils are notoriously infertile.
-; ----s And, this is a major problem for commer-

) ) cial farmers and backyard gardenersalike. Letters to the Editor. .. .
in'V You can improve the fertility of your
There are sixteen Scouting units garden soil with animal manures and
Bradford County, including Cubs, Boy jiy.yr '' other kinds of organic matter. But, in most School Patron ProtestsNot I used to teach, and I can appreciate that

Scouts and Explorers. But some of them situations, you also need to add a commer- Being HeardDear personality clashes will arise between
and needed parents and teachers. This comes with the
Scouting were never more cial fertilizer.
are suffering from lack of leaders, and territory. However, I do feel that school
than in today's troubled world. Plants need a variety of nutrients. But a
others are suffering because many boys the major elements you must supply are Editor: board should be able (and that ours is) to

who should be in Scouting have not join- Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium. As a taxpayer, a citizen, a parent and a separate legitimate complaints from pet-
ed or have dropped out due largely, There could be no greater way to These chemicals are always listed in that former public employee I have attendedor ty differences.

perhaps, to the inadequate supply of celebrate this 75th year of Scouting than order on the fertilizer tag. The tag also participated in many public meetingsover In this day of increased need for accoun-
leaders to staff the existing: units by volunteering to provide some of this shows the quantity of each major elementin the years. I've always been fairly tability from public education, a law or
needed leadership. Outdoor-loving men the mix. For example, a 100 pound bagof secure in the knowledge that the Americanway rule such as this is a step backwards.
Seventy-five Robert Badento 6.8-8 fertilizer contains six pounds of a is the best way, as far as governmental -
years ago head the troops, capable women to procedure By the way, I am totally satisfied with
of goes.
nitrogen compound, eight pounds
Powell started what turned out to be the serve as Den Mothers for Cubs, and phosphorus in the form of phosphoric every person in our school system who has
Monday night Feb. 24, the Bradford
largest youth movement in the free churches and other organizations to acid and eight pounds of a potassium com- County School Board held a "working ses- worked with my child so far, from principal -
world. Today the ideals and traditions called teachers and staff to the board itself
sponsor the various units. ,pound, potash. sion" at Brooker Elementary School.
of these early pioneers have become the The Great this and I'm proud of our Bradford County
type and amount of fertilizer you idea bringing the governmentto schools I just don'Ume this Incon-
cornerstones of Scouting. Basic survival If you or your organization would like need will depend largely on the kind of soil the people. All went well, everybody sistency in our system of specific open govern-

l. skills, Scoutcraft, emergency to help fill this need, please call Dr. R. in your garden. having their chance to suggest, complainor ment.
In general, 68.8 or 10-10-10 analysis fer just speak their mind. Then a group of Ken Young
preparedness, unselfish service, and S. Mullins! district chairman at 964-6659 tilizer is best for sandy soils. For muck and parents (at least eight) attempted to com- P.O.Box 117, Brooker
love of country are still the Goals of or Chris Anderson, 473-4911. peat soils which are already high in plain about the conduct or of feet IVPDPKS of ,

nitrogen, an 0-17-10 analysis is recommended then cluiuiens leather, in a sfjeulic The Service After
SPECIAL :MEETING For sandy soils, and other soils grade.

.\ll persons interested in Scouting: present leaders, future leaders, community; church and with a low nitrogen content, you'll need Their attempt to speak was silenced by The Sale Rip OffIn
chic It'adt'r'hJ want to help...Please meet at the District Office of Clay Electric Co-op, from two to five pounds of a common the board attorney and board members response to Mr. Olin's letter to the
Keystone Heights: Thursday, Feb 27, 7 p.m. balanced analysis! fertilizer for every 100 who informed them that it was illegal by Telegraph 2/20/86, I wholeheartedly sup-
state law, and against the collective port his comments as to the customer to
bargaining agreement to discuss a teacherin beware of np-offs As a citizen of Bradford
I any specific manner in a public County personally welcome the influx of
National Eye Care Project Boost for ElderlyThe meeting. new mobile home sale companies in our

county and I concur that there must be
To me, this Is outrageous! This was a a
To The Editor Bradford County Telegraph: public meeting, held in a nation where free huge profit in it, as you will see when you
project's emphasis Is on the elderly. If a patient does not have read my letter.
The enclosed letter contains information which I hope you agree needs Medicare or other health insuranceand speech is the cornerstone of our govern- -
full dissemination. If you will help spread the word, the sight of many people million) of elderly Americans do 4 to 5 percent (more than one mental structure. If this rule is part of the Two years ago we searched the mal ket
not for whatever reasonthen thephysician's
can be saved services collective bargaining agreement, then the on size and price and bought a doublewide
are provided without charge. school boards( ) have given away part of mobile home here in Starke. We were
Rep. Chance Irvine, The project has been tested in the states of Michigan, Washington and my constitutional right to free speech, and assured before the sale that any defects
District 21 West Virginia with great success. In White House ceremonies openi.-g! the removed themselves from public accesson would be fixed free under warranty the

Dear Representative Irvine: pilot test, President Reagan termed the National Eye Care Project some very Important', matters. first year After numerous documented,

This is to tell you about a nationwide project that will provide profes-- volunteerism at its finest" Commendations have come from many (Teachers and quality of teaching, are the written complaintsall within the first
sional medical and surgical care to elderly Americans, regardless of organizations and individuals concerned with health care for older heart of our school system.) As for state year warranty grace period- the dealer,
eye Americans. if it this manufacturer and the
law really gives extraordinary Department of
ability to pay. The project will open on March 17 in Florida.
to teachers it should be Transportation defects
protection changed. my are not
The program is called the National Eye Care Project, and is sponsoredby Funds for the project are coming entirely from the private sector. The We are all protected by laws against fixed. My fireplace still smokes up the
the Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the project will cost more than $3 million to operate during 1986. About half libel slander, and assault. No citizen, or wallpaper, the front and rear door are still
Florida Society of Ophthalmology. It is designed! to make available professional the money is coming from voluntary contributions from ophthalmologists group of citizens should enjoy protection scratched and dented just as they were
medical eye care to the needy elderly at noout-of.pocket cost to themselves. The remainder is coming from the Academy from other In- beyond these laws especially public when delivered, and the carpet that the
dividual donors and from several associated with the
the patient. major corporations employees.The repairmen from the manufacturer lifted

As you know, more than l,7bOWK) Florida residents are age 65 or older eye care profession. school board's procedure for com- up to do other repair work is still untackedand
This is vulnerable We have made a commitment to operate the project indefinitely, so left in an unsatisfactory condition. All
age group most to potentially! blinding eye disease, and plaints against teachers is silly, cumber
yet older Americans are the ones most likely to be economically disadvantaged long as resources and volunteer medical services are available.The some, time-consuming and totally Ineffec- these complaints were registered witlvthe

or to have lust contact with a personal eye physician.The goal of American eye physicians and surgeons Is to ensure that tive ip dealing with a crisis situation. (I dealer, manufacturer and Dept of
every older American receives the professional medical and surgical eye don't know if this is one or not, as it Transportation and all agreed that the
project will operate in this- fashion if a N 65 or older, is
(person age workmanship was defective and
care he or she needs, regardless or Cataracts glaucoma unsatisfactory
ability to pay. couldn't be discussed. I doubt if the board
American citizen or legal resident and ibis not have a 'rsonalophthalmologist
but still
lx unfixed
he or she may call a toll fn< nuinbc-i for assistance An diabetes and other conditions affecting vision should be detected and knows either, as they rest at the end of this -
operator using> a tomputerizedsystemaillpiatchthecullerwith ncar- treated promptly. long, drawn-out procedure. Being the last At least Mr. Olin only lost 'J; mine is a
b>' ,ophthalmologist volunteered to provide cure We would' wrleomeyour advice and any assistance your office'can offerin step, a complaint wouldn't reach them for lifetime investment of $&),0A) plus with
i mioi'tning Floi..i'la residents about the National Eye Care Project. If weeks (or months). Since it can't be the interest! charged nowadays! So I
The toll free number for Jo'iorid.111 be I 1./lOO--E\l.S./ : :!: ; FV I. st
service his
discussed in public the parents don't know repeat warning, HuyItHEwAItFUF; )
you have any ijuisfions, or if we can be of a.aivt.nrr' please contact
to sour constituent! please urge them not to call tint'on: or ufler me' any how their previous complaints are heing WHO YOU ARK UKALI.Vj: ;; to I'III!
:March 1? This Mill help to prevent overloading. the communications non: :d'.'.'. Csse. M.D,, Pres. handled, or if they are being attended to at Barbara hamhrl.iin! .
.v tem Florida Society of Ophthalmology all. Kt I I. Box VI, l...Aii.yA. :


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March 1 Deadline Nearly Here fl ftl r

For Strawberry Queen EntriesThe Social Side Receptions Weddings

r Parties
Starke Junior Woman's Club Miss Donna Jean Para do 17, is the
is pleased to present these young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo of the
ladies who will be vying for the 1988 Parado of Starke. Donna has black Announcements

Bradford County Strawberry Queen hair and dark brown eyes and stands : News Church Items

Crown to-be-awarded, --.... -April." .-5..-- 5'1" tall. Donna is a senior at Brad- Club News
ford High where she is a band
member and majorette.

Donna was a Music Award Winner I
s ., "gr in 1985 and received the United
States National Band Award in 1986. *
,1+ t The Spanish Club is another activity
Donna enjoys. She was the first y e Teresa Bauldree and

place Spanish winner in the 1985 111 t Freddie Turner Wed
Foreign Language Oratorical Com-
petition. Donna also plays on the Teresa Lynn Bauldree of Panama
Bradford Tennis Team and receivedthe eS City (formerly of Starke), daughterof
Coaches Award for 1985-86. Addi- Evelyn Bauldree of Hampton and

tionally, she is a Christian Youth William Bauldree of Marianna, and
Member. Freddie Paul Turner, son of Janette

Donna also enjoys swimming, and Leonard Norsworthy of Cotton- f
modeling and reading Seventeen dale, Fla., were married Aug. 31 at
Magazine. Donna is being sponsoredby the home of Tim and Edna Smith of
C.J.'s Cutt'n Loose. Alford, Fla.

.. --i '- The fireplace mantle was 4
decorated with a dusty rose and
white carnation arrangement with s.-: fl :
Mr.and Mrs. Mike
Couney ) ,. I
Shilynn Chaff candles on either side of the flowers.
Palms and greenery formed the '
Miss Shilynn Chaff, 16, is the Catrell Overstreet Mike WedMiss altar where the ceremony was held.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cooney Best man was the bride's brother
Blackshear of Starke. Shilynn has Billy Bauldree.

brown hair and brown eyes and Marcia Catrell Overstreet, i carnations, sonia roses, starburst The bride appeared in a tea-length J

stands 5'4" tall. were is a junior at tM daughter of Mr and Mrs. Grady poms, baby's breath, peach and dress of white lace with a satin Linda DeWitt and '
Bradford High she par- Overstreet of Starke and Michael delph blue statice, tree fern, sonia bodice and mandarin neckline, accented -
ticipates in the National Honor Brian Cooney, son of Mr. and Mrs. and blue lace patterns. with a satin ribbon sash and Stanley Brown

Society, Little Women's Club and is Harry Cooney of Starke, were mar- Each mother received a longstemrose puffy long sleeves. She carried a Linda DeWitt
a Varsity Cheerleader. Shfe has ried February 1 in the First United after Mike and Catrell were nosegay of daisies, dusty rose colored ,
received the National CMerleading IT Methodist Church of Starke. pronounced husband and wife. roses with baby's breath flow Stanley BrownEngagement

Honor for gymnastics which is a Rev. Ballard Wilson performedthe Following the ceremony, a recep- ing down to form the ribbon. She ToldMr.
special interest of hers along with ceremony before a 15-candle tion was held in the church wore a pearl necklace belonging to
jogging, water skiing and cooking. brass arch highlighted by two Fellowship Hall. Guests entered the her sister. Her headpiece was a circle and Mrs. Raymond Griffis of

Shilynn is being sponsored by HandyMan ..... 9-candle trees, all using the twinklelite reception area through an archwayof of daisies, roses and baby's Starke announce the engagementand
Fence Co., owned by Tommy votive candles accented with silk greenery, flowers and plants breath. approaching marriage of their

Reddish. ;\. '..-. fresh arrangements at each side of which lead to the bridal table, which Her maid of honor was Beth Francis daughter, Linda K. DeWitt, to
the arch. The two fresh arrangements featured a four-tier cake highlightedby who wore a dusty rose floor- Stanley G. Brown, son of Elizabeth
Pine Donna Parado were designed with five small nosegays of fresh length gown with a sheer bodice. Brown and Delbert Brown of Lake
Level Youth Interested girls are reminded that sonia roses, peach glads, white flowers. The beauty of the cake was The bride's table featured a white Butler.
Valentine BanquetThe March 1 is the absolute entry mums, delph carnations, baby's enhanced by two fresh arrangements lace tablecloth, with two white bowson The wedding is planned for April
deadline. Girls between the ages of breath, tree fern, peach and delph on each side of the each side A bouquet of silk at Pine Valley Congregational
Pine Level Baptist Youth 16 and 21 residing in or attending blue statice. bride's table. The candelabra arrangements flowers and kissing doves accentedthe Holiness Church of Starke.i .

Valentine Banquet was held Friday, school in Bradford County on April 5, Wedding music was provided by had twinkle-lite votive cake and greenery surroundedthe i The bride-elect graduated from
Feb. 14 in the church fellowship hall. 1986 are eligible for entry. If you organist Christy Johns, pianist candles among the starburst ms three-tiered cake. Lisa Lawsoncut Bradford High and is employed by

The banquet room was decorated have questions or wish to pick up an Charlene Francis and soloist Carol baby's breath, tree fern, peach and the cake. Punch was served by Sonny's Bar-B-Q. The fiance
in the traditional valentine theme. application, you may do so at the Milner. delph blue statice. All arrangements Debbie Parmenter.The graduated from Bradford High

The cafe-style tables were covered Bradford High School office or by The best man was Harry Cooney, throughout the reception area accented couple now reside at School and is employed by the
with red tablecloths and centered contacting Vicki Gaines} 964-4181, the groom's father. Ushers were the bridal table with the Philadelphia, Pa., where he is stationed Department of Corrections.
with a candle. 964-8485 at Bradford Square Larry White Steve Futch, and candelabra arrangements on the in the Navy.

The evening began with pictures .Williams Jewelry. Daniel Cooney. groom's table, gift table, punchbowl The bride is a 1983 BHS graduate.

being made of all who attended,thena J.O.Y. Class Cancels The bride, given in marriage by piano and guest tables. Announcing...
candlelight dinner was served. her father, Grady Overstreet, appeared Guests were greeted by Eugenia Zedra W. Hamilton
After dinner, a devotional by Dennis Luncheon MeetingThe in a white, all lace bouffant Whitehead and Harriet Richarde. Celebrates 80th BirthdayZedra Shawn Christine Johnson
Rhoden, Youth Director, and the gown with a Queen Anne neckline, Mable Green and Wanda Smith cut Mr. and Mrs. James F. Johnson of
attended a film. The banquetwas J.O.Y. Class of Kingsley Lake fitted sleeves and bodice with accents and served the wedding cake. The Hamilton celebrates his Keystone Heights announce the
by approximately 40 Baptist Church has cancelled its of Venice lace and tiny seed groom's cake was cut and served by 80th birthday on Feb. 15. He was birth of a daughter, Shawna

people. regular monthly covered dish lun- pearls. The full\ skirt was in tiers of Hazel Hardy and Marjorie Thom honored with an old-fashioned Christine, born Feb. 19.
cheon previously scheduled for Fri- chantilly lace flowing into a chapel son. Doris Overstreet and Doris cookout at his Brooker farm home. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
Thank you day, Feb. 28 (tomorrow) at noon. length train.A'fingertip. Clark served punch. The bride'sbook Zedra and his wife Elma moved to and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Keystone

Our heartiest thanks to the was kept by Becky Parrish and Brooker from South Florida in 1941. Heights. Maternal grandparents are
Bradford for peopleof Erma Jean Hamm, veil of illusion fell froma Debt Prescott. Floor Hostesses were He was employed in the trucking Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. Brumbaugh of
business such County making our Tony BellEngagement matching lace hat and she carrieda Doris Clark, Eloise Loudon and business there prior to beginning his Melrose.
a Because of
success. cascade of mini-carnations, sonia Jackie Crews. Mike Prescott provided farming career in Bradford County. Great grandparents are Mr. and
your patronage and business support, we are Told roses, starburst poms, baby's reception music on the piano. Zedra retired from farming in 1984 Mrs. E. M. Norton, Sr., of Kingsley

changing Bradford our County from name Fried in Jessie Mae Hagan of Starke an- breath, peach statice, delph blue After a wedding trip which included when he sold his Brooker operation. Lake Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brumbaugil -

Chicken Inc. to Bradford'sFamily nounces the engagement and approaching statice, tree fern, and lace ribbons in a 7-night cruise on the Song of Although retired, he remains very of Michigan, Mr. and Mrs.
Factory, marriage of her a love pattern. America which visited Nassau, San active. He has been a trustee on the Joe Ellison of Daytona and Mrs.
Restaurant where
variety Juan and St. Thomas, the Clay Electric Board of Directors in Ruth Johnson of
Erma Jean Hamm, to couple Keystone Heights.
'. .".However we will "thedifference/ ; ,,. Tony daughter Andrew, Bell, son of'Mr. and Overstreet Matron of the honor bride's was Dimple now reside on Clark Street in Starke. Keystone Heights for 25 years. He Great great grandmother is Jerusha
remain in other mother. The
Mrs. Freddie Bell of Lawtey. The bride is employed at Lake served two terms as a county commissioner Johnson of Perry
area businesses as Fried Chicken bridesmaid was Becky Cooney,
Region Travel in Keystone Heights.The for Bradford County.
will be event of
The wedding an
Inc. sister of the
Factory, attendantswore
March 29 at 4 at groom. groom is Executive Director of Zedra and Elma are members of Brandon Corey Luther
Saturday p.m.
Sincerely, Grove United Methodist gowns of sapphire blue taffeta the Starke-Bradford County the New River Baptist Church and Mr. and Mrs. Harlen (Lynn)
Fried Chicken Factory, Inc. with a low neck in back, short
Chamber of Commerce. active in many community affairs. Luther announce the birth of
Church. A reception will follow in a son,
H. L. sleeves and skirt
DyeIN wrap They They twin sons Thomas and James Brandon
the annex. All friends and relativesare Corey, born Feb. 10 at
carried round
of mint-
invited. nosegays who also live in Brooker. Mr andMrs. Alachua General Hospital in

Hamilton have 10 grand Gainesville. He joins a sister, Alicia
children and 15 great-grandchildren Lynn, age 8.Maternal .
Public Notices to keep them young. grandmother is Gladys
The celebration included roasted Shappard of Starke. Paternal grand-

AUCTION NOTICE oysters, shrimp, fried fish and all parents are Betty Baxley of Lake
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon- the trimmings. Nearly 100 family Butler and Mr. and
THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the firm name of Frank Young Accoun Mrs. James H.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR REGISTER tant, Intends to register said fictitious day, March 10 1986. at 10:00: o'clock members and friends helped make Luther of Lake Butler.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. FICTITIOUS NAME name under the aforesaid statute. A.M., the undersigned Gator his birthday an enjoyable occasion.
CASE NO. 85-133-CA Pursuant to Section b65.09, Florida Dated this 29th day of January, A.D., Freightways Inc.. will sell at public auction Melanie C.Honour
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
IN RE: Th. Marriage of Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned 1986, In Bradford County. Florida one lot of flat cardboard, Tom and Nikki Honour of
JAMES T. Charles W. Heavner and C. 2/6 4tchg 2/27
consigned to Jefferson Ward Miami, Cpl. Joe Bell Keystone Heights announce the arrival -
Husband E. Powell, joint owners, doing business
and of a baby girl, Melanie
freight storagecharges
Florida to satisfy
In Marine Exercise
under the firm of Starke Mini.
Christine born Jan.
under the provisions of Section 9 in Humana
NANCY R. KRAMER, Wlf.. Intends to said fictitious REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Storage register -
4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Marine Lance Cpl. Joe A. Bell, son Hospital in Orange Park.
NOTICE OF ACTION under the aforesaid Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
; name Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier of Edward D. Crews of Lawtey, Maternal grandparents are Dr.
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE, NO PROPERTY statute. Statutes, notice it hereby given that theundersigned
08.667079 dtd 1/786BB9UH&98BBBDDB8B8BflBBQBB In and Mrs. Vey of
3/6 exerciseas
2/27 recently Joseph
2tchg participated Keystone
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Dated this 2nd day of February, 1986 Douglas S. Miller, Rt. 1, ; an
dissolution of marriage has been filed In Bradford County. Box 1087 Lawley, Fla. 32058, sole a member of 1st Battalion, 8th Heights. Great grandparents are
against you and you are required to 2/20 4tchg 3/13 owner, doing business under the firm I Marines, 2nd Marine Division, Mrs. Charles Vey of Roslindale
Bradford LodgeNo. Camp Lejeune, N.C. Mass., and Mrs. Walter Stoney of
serve a copy of your written defenses, If name of Lawtey Farm Equipment Sales,
any to It on Eugene F. Shaw Plaintiffs Rt. 1, Box 1087, Lawtey, Fla. 32058, Intends During the exercise, Bell practiced Revere, Mass.Paternal .
attorney, whose address Is 923-E North to register said fictitious name 35 communication deception, occupation grandparents are Mr.
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO under the aforesaid statute. of defense positions, live and Mrs. Ralph Honour of Raiford.
on or before March 20, 1986. and file the REGISTER Dated this 20th day of February A.D., F& AM fire exercises, helicopter operations Great grandparents are Mr. and
original with the clerk of this court FICTITIOUS NAME 1986 In Bradford County. fire support of tanks and the use of Mrs. Anthony Gigante of Beverly
either before service on plaintiff's attorney Pursuant to Section 665.09, Florida 2/27 4tchg 3/20 support arms in support of the Hills and Mrs. Corene Honour of
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned Meets Every 3 Winter
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise scheme of maneuver. Garden.
a default will be entered against James G. Walker and W.P. He joined the Marine Corps in
you for the relief demanded In the complaint Dorvln, joint owners, doing businessunder NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn Second & Fourth | April 1982. History of Lent
the firm name of Stark. Chrysler-
or petition. 12/4/83, FLA. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS -
Plymouth-Dodge, Inc., d/b/a North 1311 Monday Told to St. Marks WomenFr.
Dated on this 3rd day of February, FLA. STATE PRISON
19B6. Florida Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge, Inc., Wlnewood Blvd.. Tallahassee, Fla. 7:30: Gilbert Crosby spoke to the
Intends to register sold fictitious name made for p.m.
GILBERT BROWNAs 32301, application water use
under the aforesaid Women of St. Mark's
statute.Dated Wednesday,
Clerk of the Court permit 285.00331 for an average daily
this 4th day of February A.D., million Feb. 19 at their regular monthly
By Deputy Clerk2134tch936 withdrawal of 2.2060 gallons per
1986, in Bradford County. from ground waters located in Section -:: ':;" ,: : ..p"j. ":<;'\ '-" \ "" .' -ff meeting using the subject "Lent and
day ,
2/6 2/27 ') ( '\Jj 'y1 vr'I I 'v py; ,'Ii';: 'V-i'l the of
4tchg ( History Lent He told of
IS, 05 South 21 ;. ,
Township Range > 'OJ
East Bradford County Florida, for water ,- ::: customs observed in the early
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH utility uses.Written r I'; Gna'sClassic / 'W' church, fasting 'and prayer and
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR objections or comments on preparation for baptism at Easter
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. SHERIFFS SALE this application may be filed with the \ \ for that was the custom then. The 40(
CASE. NO. 86-11-CP ((1.3708)) Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. Governing Board of the Suwannee River :::: (;. Cuts & Styles <;:: days observance was to commemorate
IN RE: The Estate of Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County Water Management District Route 3, I ''H' :11 the 40( days Jesus spent in
DONALD FREDERICK MILLER Florida Execution, under, to-wit and: by virtue of Writ of Box 64, Live Oak Fla. 32060, until tJ'11 "4-r' This Week's Specials .t YdI the wilderness. Lent Is a season of

Deceased. 3/17/86. communicating with God through
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Execution Issued auf of County Courtof Itchg 2/27 pS5j1 I :-- -- FOR MEN A WOMEN IP' prayer.President.
Bradford County, Florida pursuant to
administration of the Estate of $ Mrs. AI K. Carlisle
a Final Judgment for B & M Starter and PermS
DONALD FREDERICK MILLER Deceased, Generator Co. of Starke, Florida andagaln.t "\ (Including Cut) . l II a chaired the business meeting. She I
File No. 86-11-CP (1-3708)( ), I.I pending In Herman Schoenlng, d/b/a NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn -= $700 ; : announced the Spring Retreat for (
the Circuit Court for Bradford County, Schoenlng Safety Service, defendant In 9/25/85, DAVID L. MCKIBBEN, 508 PP Haircut & Blowdry I . I ';rd Episcopal Church Women will be
N.W. 8th Gainesville, Fla.
Avenue. -a
Probate the address of
the of $439.27, with held Apr. 18-20 at Camp Weed.
amount together I
32601, made for water -
which Is Bradford County Courthouse, costs of collection. application usepermit : 964.6777 ,, The world Day of Prayer will be
2-85-00336 for
an dally
Storke, Florida 32091. average I
The names and addresses of the per Have seized and have In my possession withdrawal of 0.0001 million gallons per '4 488 N. Templ.Avt. film Brawn Ruse Noun: held at the First Christian Church I
the following described personalproperty from located In Section ". j't'B Mar. 7. There will be a work day at .
sonal representative and the personalrepresentative's day ground waters ( SufI A Joann Jordan B rf1tld Mon.-Sat 9-5 1
to-wit: \ the Parish Hall March 1 and a Bake
set forth 19, Township 07 South, Range 22East \ '
attorney are ,Florida Becky Outlaw Evenings by
tool box with 21 drawers Including
below. Stand-up Bradford County Florida, for water Jcrop Sale on March 2. j
Interested, or. required to mechanics' tool, approximately utility uses.Written l unit from BHS ._Maria C. Walker.. AppoditnttfltWe ._ i Mrs. Flossie Precott presented the I,
persons 170 assorted wrenches, one 52-plece y; \' ) "'Iv. ?''', '1"\:: : : .
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. objections or comments on :>1. ... $ n ,'C .J1.! !.--11 (\I.. Mr' I'A< ( 1\/ 1 }._ .. worship program on the Lenten
drive socket assorted drill bits, )
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS .t. this application may be filed with the 4"4' : ..,c- 'i..lS.A'ic.: :4') <':;cl., Season and preparation for Easter
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate sockets, ratchets, pliers., screwdrivers, Governing Board of the Suwannee River using her devotional reading from
and ((2)) any objection by an Interestedperson and assorted tool pieces.As Water Management District, Route 3, the Book of Amos. I
of the above named
to whom notice was mailed that the property Box 64, live Oak Fla. 32060 until Mrs. Ed Watts Is collecting
will be Mitchell's Store Call
defendant and that on Monday the 3rd 3/17/86. at Drug on
challenges the validity of the will the clothing to take to St. Mary's Mis-
of March 1986, at two o'clock on
qualifications of the personal representative day said day on the premises of the Bradford Itchg 2/27 Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH sion and Day Care Center In

venue, or jurisdiction of the County Jail. I will offer for sole and sell Jacksonville. Articles may be J
court. to the highest bidder for cash In hand from 9 a. m. until 1 1:00: p. m, to better serve our brought to the parish hall for her.
described of said
the above
the aforesaid
Publication of this Notice has begun defendant. to satisfy Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Gospel Sing at ChurchOf

on Febryary 20 1986. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Gainesville Hearing Aid Center God of Prophecy
Attorney for Personal Representative: Bradford County Florida undersigned, Carl Griff) and LInda GrH
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. 2/6 4tchg 2/27 Us, P. O. Box 332, Lawtey Fla. 32058 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville There will be a gospel sing at the I
P. O. Box 1056 joint owners, doing business under the Church of God of Prophecy Saturday
Starke. Florida 32091 firm name of Plc-A-Flick Video Hwy. 301 376.0095 night, March 1, at 7:30: p.m. locatedat
(904)) 964-7262 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO South of Lewtey, Intends to register said 2138 N. Temple Ave.

Personal Representative: REGISTER fictitious name) under the aforesaid e We service all makes and models of hearing aids. Featured will be the Gospel Express -
190 8th Avenue Pursuant to Section B65.09 Florida Dated this 24th day of February, 1986, Also have batteries available. Home testing by appointment local singers.singers Refreshments Denton. will, be
West Babylon, NY 11704 Statutes, notice Is her.by given that the In Bradford County. in-
served and Rev. William Laney
2/20 2tchg 2/27 undersigned Frank Young Enterprises, 2/214tpd 3/20 only. it/fi t
Inc., sole owner doing business under you.


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Ii \ 'I KI.M.KHI: : February. !21! IIHU! i

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Whitlow-Chitty Honored At Dinner Party _.f ,i
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Candace Whitlow of Jacksonville points throughout the home and the sr J Ji
; and Randy Chitty of Starke and porch-patio-pool area. i JI
Jacksonville, were the honored Following dinner, Mrs. J.E Den- I
... i.. guests Saturday evening at a dinner mark and Mrs. Jim Reddish served 1 I
of( party at the home of Mr. & Mrs the guests their choice of desserts.In .
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"" Drew F. Reddish in Green Acres. attendance and sharing this .1
\!" ... r The event was in celebration of their festive occasion with the honored
upcoming marriage on March 1$ at couple were 86 of Randy and Candi's .1f f
J4A J the First Baptist Church of Starke. close friends.
Out of town guests Included: Deb- \
f Hosts for this delightful occasionwere bie Mitchell Coty, Lisa Blake, Ron f
Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Biggs, Mr. & Mans and Keith M. Carter all of ,
w Mrs.Tom Casey, Dr. & Mrs J.E. Tampa; Karen and David Lanier, \
A Denmark, Mr. & Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Meridith Lyda, Kimberlee Kauff- i
Mrs Linda Johns, LTC & Mrs. man, Buckey Neustadt, Bill and 1 1f
r Donald Rardon, Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Lavonne Waters, Hank and Ruth f
Reddish, Mr & Mrs. Jim Reddish, Leialoha June Hardy, Larry Rat-
4 4M 4Y
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mr. & chford, SCott and Brenda Waters 4 1
Mrs. George Roberts Mr. & Mrs. Sandra and Tony Nead and Mr. andMrs I
.: Neil Tucker, and Mr. & Mrs Drew L.S. Newman, all of Jackson- ... .
at Reddish. ville; Karen Chitty of Columbus, "' '
., Candace was presented with a Ga., Melissa Winkler of Statesboro, ';oi r eA iM il I
'01' ,, ,. shoulder cascade corsage in pastel Ga., Dean and Alice Millward, .1" Ij j
'" pink, and Randy with a pink boutonniere Stacey Denmark, Jay and Lynn ;
upon their arrival. They also Godwin and James E. Rogers, all of i\
were given the large serving platterto Gainesville.
IorrirKing and William RehbrrgKingRehberg I
their chosen chinaware
as a
I memento of the occasion by the \}
; Engagement ToldMs hostesses. Mrs. Bea Samorisky ,
Guests were greeted a the door by R RMr I 4
Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Candi and Ran- Surprised WithGrandmother ;

Patricia King of Starke an- Rehberg is a graduate of Bradford dy. After signing the guest registerthe ., I
nounces the engagement of her High School and is employed by guests were invited through the Shower X
daughter, Lorrie Lynette, to William Jackson's Building Supply. party rooms of the home, and out on- I IM'
Yv Mrs Harry Rehberg all of Starke. Mrs. Don Rardon and Mrs. Tom with a surprise grandmother'sshower >
The wedding is planned for April 4 Surprise Graduation Party Casey for her new grandson, Alan
at Madison St. Baptist Church. Held for Patty ZanitschA Mr. & Mrs. L.S. Newman, Jr., of Blake Fickling, at the home of Mrs. and Mrs.Aaron Mathews I
The bride-elect is still attending Jacksonville parents of the bride, Shirley Douglas on Tuesday even-
Bradford High School, Santa Fe surprise graduation party was were introduced throughout the ing, Feb. 18. The shower was given
Community College and is employedby ; held Sunday Feb. 23, in the Banquet evening by Mrs. Joan T. Chitty, by the Mary Martha Circle of the Morel McSwain, Aaron Mathews
Western Steer. Room at Western Steer Steak House mother of the groom. First Christian Church.
for Patty Zanitsch a recent Appetizers were served to the Those attending were Mrs. Married Feb. 15 at Pine Level
Mary Louise Watterson graduate of Great Oaks, St. FrancisSt. guests poolside! by Tommy and Lor- Jeanine Fickling and Mrs Patty I
George School of Practical Nurs- na Reddish. Following an informal Anders, daughters of the honoree. ,
Honored with LuncheonMary ing, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hostesses for greeting, introductions of out-of- Hostesses wer Mrs. Shirley Douglas, Marci McSwain, daughter of Mr. ding gown featuring baby ruffles of f
Louise Watterson, bride- the occasion were aunts of the town guests, and a social period the Mrs. Elvira DeVor, Mrs. Rosala and Mrs. Townsand Strickland of chantilly lace trimming the skirt
elect of Grant Williams of Kingsley honoree, Mrs. Milta Williams and honorees and guests were invited by Brown, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Starke and Jessie McSwain of and chapel-length train. The close-
Lake was honored at a luncheon Mrs. Olelia Crosby. Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mrs. Bobby Mrs. Barbara Reddish, Mrs. Tressie Marietta Ga., and Aaron Mathews, fitting bodice had a lace-trimmed
Saturday given byIrs.! Wallace Miss Zanitsch graduated second in Biggs into the formal dining room Jordan, Mrs. Libby DeVoe, Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Mathewsof flounced neckline with stand-up collar -
Wise Mrs Rudolph Hutcheson and the 1985-86 class of nursing. Accompanying for dinner.A Barbara Starner, Mrs. Beth Starke were united in marriage on and sheer illusion net yokes.
Mrs Jimmy Crosby Sr., at the her on her trip to Floridawas bountiful and delicious dinner Williams, Mrs. Barbara Griffis, Saturday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. in Pine Schiffi embroidery, sequins and
home of the latter off Bayless her aunt, Betty Hugo sister of was served buffet style. The dining Mrs. Shirley Norman, Mrs. Sherry Level Baptist Church, with Rev. pearls trimmed the front yoke. The
the hostesses. table was covered with an imported Prevatt, and Mrs. Dot Jones, Roman Alvarez performing the nup- puffed sleeves had lace-trimmed
Upon her arrival the brideelectwas Approximately 26 family oriental batik screen printed whiteon The honoree was surprised with a tials. flounces and venise lace accentingthe
presented with a corsage and a members attended the 5:30: to 7 p.m. white cloth and was centered withan basketful of gifts for the baby and an Centering the altar was an archway waistline. She carried a heart-
serving piece of her chosen china. party, where a sheet cake centered oriental styled lavender arrange- 'unexpected appearance by her entwined with blue and white shaped cascade of white, light blue
Inviting the guests to meet Miss with a nursing hat was the center of ment of iris, driftwood, liatris, and daughter, Mrs. Fickling who came carnations. Urns filled with mums, roses, stephanotis and ivy.
Watterson were Mrs. Wise and Mrs. the refreshments. heather, arranged by Mrs. Biggs. down from Jacksonville for the carnations and gladiolus flanked the A reception was held in the church
Hutcheson. Each guest was This was flanked on either side by a special occasion. "Grandma" open- archway. In the choir loft was an arched fellowship hall, where Mrs. Becky
delighted at having her future read RENEW Meeting HeldDr. pair of candelabra holding burning ed the baby's gifts with assistance candelabra. On both sides of Thomassen kept the bride's book.
Mrs. Crosby. pink tapers. from her daughter.Pie the altar were spiral and tree The tables were covered with blue
by The luncheon table was covered William Marchese, St. Ed Placed on the side buffet was a and coffeewas served. Blake candelabra with palms used cloths overlaid with lace and caughtat
with a white brocade tablecloth anda ward's RENEW Coordinator, bride doll cake, complete with for- received many beautiful gifts. throughout. the corners with blue bows. The
centerpiece arrangement of red presided at a meeting of the mal gown veil and long train,which Music was provided by Mrs. Lan- heart-shaped tiered wedding cake
and white flowers carrying out a RENEW team held in the parish hall was created from white icing, pearls da Koistinen on the piano. Suzanne was decorated with blue roses. Two
valentine theme. Tuesday night Feb. 11. and netting. The doll was encircled Susan Reddish Attends Strickland sister-in-law of the bride, separate single-layer heartshapedcakes
Out of town guests were Tammy Plans were outlined for a special with small pink miniature was the soloist. on each side were circled with
Buchanan and Mrs. Buchanan of mass to be celebrated on Thursday camellias, and was made and givento Realtor Education Meet Eddie Jackson served as best blue and white carnations and
Mayo. night, Mar. 13 at 7:30: p.m. in the the bride and groom by Mrs. Susan Faulkner Reddish, a man. Groomsmen were Hilton Col- greenery Cutting the cake and also
parish hall. Father John Oliver of Rudolph Hutcheson. member of the Bradford-Union eman of Starke and Eric Crawfordof directing the wedding was Mrs. Lisa
the Gainesville St. Augustine Stu- Guests were seated at small tables County Board of Realtors, attendedthe Kingsley Lake. Sapp of Lawtey.
Did You Know... dent Center is to be the celebrantand placed throughout the home, sun Feb. 10-15 Realtor Institute, a Miss Lori Alvarez served as maidof Cutting the groom's cake was the
Mrs. Terry Rieske and Mrs. guest speaker. porch, patio and poolside area. They week-long education program con- honor. Bridesmaids were Dodie bride's aUnt. Mrs. Linda Garlington
James Blackshear attended the Small group meetings are being each were covered with dinner ducted by the Florida Association of McRae and Terrie Mathews, sisterof of Middleburg. The buffet table had
Diocesan E.C.W. Open Board held weekly in the homes of a cloths and centered with a variety of Realtors.Ms. the groom, all of Starke. They an arrangement of blue and white
meeting on Thursday Feb. 20 at St. number of parishioners. This second blooming african violets, camellias, Reddish is manager of ERA wore long royal blue gowns with carnations. The punch table held two
Alban's Episcopal Church in week focuses on the theme, "The and greenery. Large tropical plants Tiffin & Owens, Inc., in Starke. elasticized ruffled necklines worn silver punch bowls encircled with
Chiefland. Life of the Disciple in Community." and ferns were placed at vantage Institute students attended daily off the shoulders. The dresses greenery! and carnations. Assistingin
classes at the Radisson Hotel in featured close-fitting bodices, with serving were Mrs. Nancy Col- ;
downtown Orlando: The classes' deep basque -waI8 s.-rppd side eman and Mts.! Joyce-ColemanTof"
opened with an orientation session flounces on the skirts. They carried Starke, and Mrs. Dott Dodds of St.
Feb. 10 and bouquets of blue and white roses Augustine.
on Monday morning, ,
closed with a written examination on with satin ribbons. Following a wedding trip to South I
Saturday morning, Feb. 15. Students William Hilton Hans Thomassen, Florida, the couple is residing on
who complete three Institute son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenney Morgan Road in Starke.School .
the Thomassen of Starke served as
courses earn nationally
recognized designation of GRI ringbearer.The .
(Graduate, Realtor Institute). bride, given in marriage by
her brother, Jess McSwain of St.
Augustine, wore a traditional wed- LunchMar.

Bradford Klem. & :Middle School
Monday: Lasagna green beans, peaches, hot '

NOW RENTING Tuesday rolls, milk: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, '
turnip bread grtcntt milk.wednvuI.i npplesauee, chocolate cake,corn.

,.>: Fried chicken, rice & gravy, buttered *
green peas, fruit cup biscuits, milk.
Keystone Village Apartments Thursday: Beef-vegetable soup cheese toast
garden ,ahid, brow me,crackers, milk
Friday: Hot dog on bun baked beans, cabbage I
L slaw, cherry pie' milkBradford
F i,
Brand New Patio-Style Apts. High School

Monday: Spaghetti it/meat inure, cheese.11*, I
1-2 & 3 BR UnitsFROM garden naiad apple crisp hot rolls milk.
Tu..01"h.l.r on bun, Trench foes, mixed I
vegetables,cherry cobbler cake, milkWrrinpHdii
>: Salisbury steak potatoes, greenbeans
bi 220 per month key lime pie, biscuits' milk. .
it Thuriidfu: Hamburger on bun lettuce,tomato I
pickle buttered corn. strawberr! shortcake, :

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fruit cup cookie, milk '
CALL .. Monrin: Hamburgers, pizza french fries, \

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Cheeseburgers pizza Trench fries,

stop by LENDER to Cortez Road, Thursday milkshake: 'Pizza, hamburgers french fries,

61 Thomas Circle follow signs.) Friday milkshakes: Cheeseburgers,pins,French fries,0 J ,
. 0 ace LI, .' aloe.. 0',
Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch, '
salad bar or the> may purchase a.in-carte t tI
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Centel Phone Maintenance: !

Insurance for the phones TEN PIECE \i

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Ovvll. communication breakdown with a new SHRIMP DINNER ,

'Jblephone Maintenance Program

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All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner All! Day Special ':

Specially breaded, country-style fish 2-Piece Fish Dinner

fillets, natural-cut french fries, fresh cole Dinner includes: 2 golden-brown fish

slaw Southern-style hush puppies and $3 29 fillets,natural-cut french fries /fresh cole <> "| QO
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at' BE
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(from page( 1\I and that budget limitation will force school Parents at times can't get tions to haul fill for public agencies if as soon as possible. Board Member five of six areas, said Principal
The 'Wish' List... the board to make choices. For example through to the school, McRae said. the fill is provided. Hall pointed out the board has committed McHae.
A covered walkway from the Hall said, the board might Permanent divider walls for Renovate the Bradford High to individual units, whenever Students are test on reading,
cafetorium to the main school have to opt for more textbooks instead privacy and quiet for the former In- School auditorium, which McRae possible writing, and math. The fifth grade
building topped the list of the BE of building some walkways. side stage urea, now used for described as a "potentially outstanding Fence the BE campus.A equaled or scored above the state
needs related to the school board by Other building needs listed were: resource and individual instruction facility Schlofman pointedout new copy machine.To average in all three areas. The third
Principal McRae. Permanent interior walls for the rooms he is asking for $400,000 to be make the school secretary grade did in reading and writing, but
Board members asked McRae to two classrooms which used to be the Security gates for the open areasin placed in the state budget for fulltime this summer in case the not math.
get price estimates on all the itemson cafeteria. It is the third year this request the front of the school.A renovating the 1 11159! auditorium. The school jtermanent records have to be
the want list. McRae said the has been on the list. retractable shade for the dome money is m the state House budget, )placed on computer this year.
walkway would be 130 feet long and 8 -A new stove the cafeteria, o sky light over the media center. and Schlofman said he is trying to Teacher Recognized...
feet wide. Board members $1,200-1,500 item. The current gas Fill dirt for playground erosion. get it in the Senate budget. Mrs Gail Cook, the BE
estimated the cost at around $5,000. stove is a carryover from the old McKae was told to check with the Kong range goals: BE is Ahead... kindergarten teacher who is also the
Veteran Board Member Rodney cafeteria, and doesn't heat evenly. prison sybtoin. Beard Member Ten Convert the present main BE students in the third and fifth teacher of the year for Bradford
Hall pointed out the board would get McRae pointed out. Schlofman said a now state law building heat and air-conditioning grades scored higher or equal to the County, was present and given an
similar want lists from all schools .A second phone line for the allows the Department of Correc- 1 ', In inilividu."' .1..a<,., state nvpraaf nn 'w'"cement II" in ovation by all those present.

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Rec News.

Umpires to Meet... ,

meeting A pre-season of umpires organizational for all baseballand $ ,

ofiball leagues for the Starke :!
Recreation Department is set at 7:30:
p.m.Center.March 11 in Pratt Street

Wanta Exercise...? I

An 8-week aerobic dance and exer-
cise program is set by the Starke
Recreation Program Mondary
through Friday. I
Aerobic dance sessions begin at ,
5:30 p.m. Exercise classes are set 4
from 6-7 p.m. Classes are to be in the y
Rec Dept. the old armory). ;
Classes are open to men and 7
women. Course cost is $5 for aerobic .
dance, $10 for the exercise class. fltiH

Boys Softball... ':

First meeting for Boys Softball, ,
ages 18 and under, is set Sunday, i
March 2, at the Edwards Road Com- iI
plex of the Starke Recreation
Department.The .
are two boys softball leagues,
the Senior Boys (Starke Stars) and
Junior Boys (Starke Junior Stars). .
Players participating for the first LItHCE
time tificate.are asked to bring a birth cer

Coaches are Jerry McGriff .
Hiram Chappell and Les Boone. .

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Dolores Meng
458-1915 ro (fry rAl I ;
Christian Church PresentationOn I
Sunday, Mar. 2, at 11 a.m., a i
special gospel music program will ,;
be presented at the Hampton Chris- i 1Irtal f I
tian Church. ,
Ransom and Mary Hess who have 1
given concerts nationwide will pre- I
sent a program of songs to the .. j
Yamaha electric
sounds of their
I keyboard. The public is invited to at (

Birthdays Celebrated' COCA-COIA TYUNOl r DIAMOND
William Lahn celebrated his 80th 99C PRODUCTS i All 2* BtTW-jntHGTH 2/8 8'", ALUMINUM TISSUES ,
birthday on Sat., Feb. 22. His 2-year- 2-llTiR CANDY MRS MO twins FOIL I i
old great grandson Cole Booth of I limit 2 limit 6 limit 2 I9-SO. FT. lOX OF ISO ,E,
Gainesville, who shared his second ""
birthday the same day, was among l rr ., SPECIAL CLEARANCE OH HOUSEWES, ELECTRONICS FURNITURE AND CLOTHING '. ::'J\, \t iiP1"(.'\\RJ'"(' I
those who joined William for birth-
day cake and good wishes. !

Other February birthdays: Feb. '"
IS-Claudette Frees; 18-Adam Hall;
20--Wayne Holder and George
Owens; 21--Stanley Varnum ;
23--John McMillian, Robert
Moorhead and Johnny Ford;
24-Aimee Hodges, Judy Cowger,
Brian Salvatore and Carolyn a
Hunter; 26-Kevin Orton; 27JohnnyFord
and Daniel Patrick Meng;
28-David Roberts, Clinton Morgan,
I Kimberly Jones Angela Renie Meng

and Hampton Gerri Phillips.Elementary School I'' '
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Friday, Feb. 28 .is a scheduled '/'''" "rI ,
Teacher Planning Dayno school 1'1&
for students that day.
PTA Meeting I .11
Debbie Donnerstag, President, -1]
conducted the! PTA meeting Thursday I mamatfwmiiiH SELECTED HOUSEHOLD ::
Feb. 20 at the school.Kindergarten UP UP APPLIANCES & ALARM CLOCKSTO
teacher, Mr. Watson,
taPyr/U %JfUM
introduced Mrs. Mary Ann Kyle as TO legs 39,99 to 149." ENTIRE STOCK EXERCISE BIKES,

the new Principal. Mrs. Kyle REGULAR PRICE Selection may vary REGULAR PRICE FOLDING BIKES & ROWING MACHINES ;
previously served as Assistant Prin- ''1

cipal at Starke Elementary.Mrs. ___ i
Kyle outlined plans for the '.1

school Louis during Marney the will year.serve as chair- ''c m1PDfb LLLOY "...'\

man of the spring bar-b-que plannedfor 4q ,'
May 2 at the school. GuLL ItJ LAY
Music instructor Carole Stevensonis I
working with children on a Spring .. I llJ LVL. T1r'

Musical Perfect scheduled AttendanceAt for May 1. : r )LuM1

an assembly held recently
students who had records of perfect 4
attendance for the third six weeks NL..YIIbN '
grading period were presented with
Certificates by Principal Mary Ann
certificates wer: lwrr arc,
Ianur OeA m1
Kindergarten-Clayton Archey, Ran- I Q
dy Brooks Alicia Crosley, David
Green, Brandy Hall, Vicki Hutto,
Karrie Lee Susan Parmenter, NISI LAUNDRY I t I .'I'
Shawn Rowley and Mike Swan. 2 9 9 DETERGENT !111 50%
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Grade 1-Hope Archey,Alicia Baker, REGULAR .
Edward Baker, Jaclyn Crews, 25% OFF OFF MORSE SHOES
Louann Hill, Steve Innocent, Bradd FOLDING WOVEN MHO CHAIR............................ 7.97 PRICE REIU SPOtTSWEM i id:1
Jones, Alex Klrchaine, Jason Mc- FOLDING WOVEN CHAISE LOUNGE..................... 15.97 SEIECTED DICmCH UlCUUTORS -REGULAR_ -lADIES'AWMElPXICc "
Cullough, Roy Rhoden, Randee Var- 59' CHAIR REWEB8ING KIT................................. 99' Selection may vary. Selection may vary .t':

num and Charles Woodard. Grade .. .. : \
2-Charles Crawford, Melissa Kyle, < ...... t J\It.F. ;;:i': "'{ .

Kristy Lee, Timmy May, Shana
Morris, Stacey McGregor, James Sale prices good arcs: 1st. .
Rhoden, April Scoggins, and Alex -T Eckerd saves tuba Sates '
Stephens. Grade 3-Ricky Adams, SM tilt TdKMi pages E you. OUR GUARANTEE:
Christina Broome, Julie Collins,Tim you time!' M nur* aw .
Crews, Jennifer Darley, C.K. Fu- ( Money

qua Tracey, Sonya McCullough Hodges,, Renee Laurel Labuen.Sanford Need a prescription refilled? _I C !-/- -..J] .Orders If you aren't happy

and Cory Wright. Grade 4-Angela Call ahead, we'll have it ready with any print
Baker Chris Brown, Morgan Esty, don't
Steven Feezell, Andy Hall, Frank when you come in. o you '
Koser, Freda Mitchell, Jason Pons, have to pay for It.
Samantha Truman, Stanley Varnum :
Grade 5-Gene 4
and Stacy Young. Our numberIs
Birt, Angelina Crews, Kelly Lee, on yourprescription 3
Beth Kennan, Dewey Mcclellan, label. "
Lucinda Morris, Johnny Powers, e ,r,
and Johnathan Woodard. Grade /
0-Dana Hall, Lisa Jones, Jana '., To an Menl Pharmacist nothing's /
Lester, William Price, David men Important than four health. AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
Roberts Fletcher Rodgers, and r

Cecil Woods. Grade 7-Wyatt Collins. .. .. .... '.... I
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Carrie Manning. Christy Manning.T.J. \ .,,
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Orton Macey Rhoden. Donald -:- '" .- _..-..,...- ""
Smith and Mary Wood.

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Cap and (iown pictures: will be ,.. "RF'tti r "
<"''t 1 Y y"r j
liiki'n often school from 3:02 to 5 ,
Rainbows may be seen at night Just as the sun shines
p rn. Tuesday: and Wednesday, \ {.' : through a sheet of falling rain to cause a rainbow, the
w1 rda"
:March 4 and 5. If you cannot arrange ".'t v .
the effect.SANTA
!t' moon can cause same
: ( In be hero during these times, ," .
:arrange to go to !Mr. Barber's Studiom ,, '"

Jacksonville Gentlemen, pleasewear J ,'b < ',: ,ra ;1 1e
white shirt. Pictures will betaken ; ..'
on a flrsl come, first serve "- ', '
basis: There is a $5 sitting fee. ;
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1'ay Your Fees...! P FE

All teachers have been given a list
of :seniors who owe money and the SHOOTERSSUPPLY
:amount Please make arrangements '
to pay these fines to11r "
: Prevail in the Finance Office 'e ...
titrated; in the front office You will ,.
not receive your diploma until all of 904 / 964-8891
\1111" school debts are cleared. .. The Raulersont

Fui k:tuct'nticl.\ ... .a -

I 1IIO.-.C students planning on attending ,
a junior college, stale umversit Next to Starke Suzuki on U.S. 301 South

t I nr technical :'I'hoolllrtt'r gradua ....
'lion m June, and needing financial
..iv.. ..nould! pick up the Standard Application Sgt. Tomlinson Named / SpecialTaurus
form from !Mrs. Aljets in Officer of the Year
the Guidance Office. ANY!; studentcan Sgt. Tomlinson Is a native of Starke and a graduate -
apply for financial aid it's Staff Sgt. James K. Tonilhismi (llefll, !Non; of Bradford High School. A five year veteran of the Air -
uurlhatry'' Thedendlrnetorfinan- Commissioned Officer in Charge! of Morale: Welfare; Force he Is the son of Mr..andlllrs.N'InfredTomlinson 357Magnum
oral aid applications at some schoolsis and H't'ltlOIidlllilll II.tloli lit Arnold Knglnrrrlng: of Starke. Ills wife Bonnie, Is the daughter of Mr. and
I: March: 1. which is not very far Development Center in Tennessee, receives the AKDC Mrs. Willoughby of Tampa. The Tomlinsons currently
awji> This one standards\ orm for !Non; -(bnunisiuned Officer of the Year Award l from Col. reside in Tullahoma, Trnn., wllh their one-year-old ', t, ('
financial I aid is the student's! application Philip ('0111'111I10:1): (' commander.STUDKNTS. daughter, Amy. tI
lorm for three types of aid; Pell ',-
r 1195
Grant Florida Grant, and financial r .y
aid L V L ecr en -
... Baseball... 'home against Macclenny, this afternoon
Please use the dour on the NORTH!; The BUS baseball team will be February 27. Tee off time is
SIC11... end of the library to enter (and exit. playing tonight, February 27, at 3:30: p.m.
SIGI is alive and well and wants to The door in the hallway loading to home against Gainesville High.
talk to you SIGI is the computerwho the front office is for official use: on Game time is 7:00: p.m. Come on and
can help you make plans for support the team in its effort to win FOUND.. Fair Housing NoticeThe
your future. SIGI is located in the this district game. Admission: A girl's ring was found. Please
computer lab and is available duringthe ly. This new procedure is a result of :adul's $1.50 students $1.iOl.F. check with Mrs. Redding or Mrs
school day from 8:15: to 315.: the new book security system being Hazen at the front counter and
Come by and sign up today. See Mr. installed Thank you for your ( ... describe the ring if you believe it I City of Starke as part of its Fair Housing Programhas
Whalen in the Computer Lab. cooperation. The BUS golf team will play at maybe yours.
passed a Fair Housing Ordinance on 12-3-85
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providing for the following:

I Humane Society Report I

Equal opportunity to obtain adequate housing by all

Its 1 I.ynnr Nrusomi* also the only way to'ontl'oltht'111 In to come for a dog injured early this week on persons regardless of race color religion ancestry
certain places, rabies: I is: on the rise Humane Society members are } 100 near Crosley Cemetary.The .
More ul'trdl'on "canine killers"looking for the owner or a new home dog was wearing an unmarked sex, place of birth, handicap or national origin.If .
Look in jour sun hack brown leather collar and is a
;>.ll'd-. German Shepard mix.

considered Ciinine diseases the most: serious Distemper disease{\ is ALVAREZ PLUMBING Call 964-7060 for more information. you feel you have been discriminated against in the

ol all dogs. Although puppies aremore LI ". area of Fair Housing, contact Neil Tucker City Clerk
easily affected I, unprotectedadult \ STARKE
dogs are just as susceptible. 964-5219 964-4312 CHURCH OF GOD or call ((904)) 9645027. The Federal Complaint

This highly contagious virus is or 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 telephone number is 1.800.424.8590 and the State
spread like the common cold! II does
not require body l contact for Service Walter F. Montz, PastorWe number is 1-800-342-8170 for
Complete Plumbing Complaint telephone ]
transmission. pet population: almost etcrv dog i islikeh Attended Nursery more information.
to be exposed I to Ihis'discasc f --i Sewer Cleaning1r' Sunday School 10 am A
comclimc in its life MornMpWorshlp 11 im
taco wusceft
Early,: ; !signs: ol infection are high Water Evening Service 6 pm III OPPORTUNITY
lever, lost appetite, inaclivits, All Fixtures Wednesday Youth 7:30: pm
coughing{ and sometimes( a nasal r. ,,f ;:: Plumbing
discharge In a few days: the fever t.. J Commercial
will (end but returns within week /
along with vomiting, diarrhea and Industrial Gemexco Sale
weight loss Finally! the \'il'Uat.: --
tal'ktlw nervous system: causingthe Residential
dug to wander 1 at random, whine \ 1&9I .'.r, THEOFFICE
pumps & Repairs
constantly: and possibly: endure convulsions Sales Value
Owen Alvarez Owner Super
before death. This illnesscan :! __ err- en :
last t Irom 7 to 21 days and r

although; some dogs do survive, they .
are often left with various types of a SHOP
nervous: disorders.Kahics : NOTICE OF REDEMPTIONThe Box of 5000

: Still the most feared of all i Call St.
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canine diseases: not only because it Housing Finance Authorityof < Il Gemexco Staples
is almost: always fatal but because "=
all warm-blooded animals, including Bradford County Florida 964-5764

man can be infected. Rabies affect Starke, Fla. JJ 99
the central nervous system beginning Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds r -- BoxWIlB
with a bite from an infected l yt .
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skin The virus soon invades the out .

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wards through the nervous systemto April 1 1980 $170,000 aggregate
all. parts of the body, including the
principal amount of Bonds are called
salivary glandsthe critical location
for transmission of the virus. for redemption from the Special Prices in this

Signs of rabies includes various Redemption Account on April 1 '
degrees/ of paralysis, excitability, Ad good thru
and :sensitivity. The animal may 1986 at 100 of the principal amount. _

become very aggressive, glassy- February 28, 1986

eyed and appear to be foaming at the 8.0 Due April 1 1990 Bond #108 3 Hole Adjustable
mouth from their hyper state. This
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months I'nding.ith death from 8.5% Due April 1 1992 Bond # 129 Paper Punch each., 8
failure. In the U.S.,foxes,
repiratory 8.5% Due April 1 1993 Bond ;172 Gemexco
!skunks and bats are the main carriers
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Hawkins' Amendment 566 653 and 676 Giant

AuthorizingChild Nutrition Pro 10, 5%r Due April 1 2011 r Gem

701 811 968 1150 1308 We Accept

grams 733 846 1017 1182 1344
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Senator Paula Hawkins suc 778 925 1099 1261 1419 C
cessfully led the fight on the floor of 65
the Senate for passage of legislation 1454 box
authorizing major child nutrition
programs through fiscal year 1989. Bonds selected for redemption should be
Joined by Senate Majority Leader ST 2500
Bob Dole and Senators Jesse Helms, submitted for payment to Rutland Bank,

Rudy Boschwitz Ted Kennedy, and P.O. Box 11311 St. Petersburg Florida Sealing
Tom Harkin, she won passage of the with all
33733 ( the Paying Agent) un-
legislation!;! by voice vote.
The legislation reauthorizes child matured coupons attached. Interest on $ 6 99
nutrition programs and includes the Bonds selected for redemption will Dispenser
startup funds for the Summer food
to accrue from April 1 1986.
service program and the day care cease or ST 1500
home program. Also included in the $899
bill is authorization for school lunch BRADFORD COUNTY HOUSING We Have A /
and breakfast programs, the Summer FINANCE AUTHORITYBy $500
school service for
children, the child care food program Nice Selection --1l-If) ) O
and the special supplemental : Florida National Bank
and food children.program for women, infants TrusteeMarch I of Gifts If

Under the Hawkins amendment
funding for these programs will beset i and Cards...

at $1.37 billion for 1986; $1.641 1 1986 u, V"
billion for 1987. $1 710 for 1988 and PBBWHH
$1 782: for 1989.


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range a fun-filled trip to Disney
Wanted: Families I StuUWa.It"r, willing to host the from Unites that family for three weeks in Work' and host a pool party in honorof Your No. 1 Car &
the Mexican visitors and
three M xuan; weeks children: this In their homes for In the second option,a family may American families hosting them.the ___ _
summer. send their child to Mexico for three The cost of sending a child to Mex-
unique, student exchange pro- weeks but might not be able to host a ico will be $650, which includes
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Melrose resident and Director Sandy not send a member their family to money. Host families provide food
Lyons and BIIS Spanish Teacherand The children chosen for the and If lodging Put You in The
Area Representative RonaldIh'agan. pro- an area family wishes to he a
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in area. age, sex and interests to Mexican postage, telephonecalls .
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children of similar interests and
involves children between the and other paper work involved.
l nine and 13 years of age and had a ages.Children The deadline for submitting applications (

area successful coi largo'ding Children group 10 Hcagan summer of of.children this, have last age year a visited group knack when,the ac-forlearning a will sightseeing chaperones.Mexico leave they June tour departing When will 24th and be accompanied numerous they this treated arrive summer other to by in a Starke him tion Reagan can at, Florida al be 514 is 964 obtained April West.4424 1.or Adkins More by by contacting writing Informa-Street to, Vi fters ttfirele: ; ; i

foreign language and also activities and will also be entertained -
II.IMlower emotional I problems at a July 4th party in their honor. Foreign Friendship is also looking I
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busy weeks, for organi/ations that might be will-
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one ways. they will return to the United
States to
ing help defray the costs of sen-
In the ion, American
send/) an along with their Mexican friends and ding children to Mexico who mightnot
then child to Mex-
family can
their chaperones While the childrenare otherwise be able to make the
eco to iive with II i Mcxirnn family fnr here Forcien Fl'if'lnshinwill
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I Triple; Crown BMX Bike.Race Set in KeystoneThe I

last Triple Crown Race for the Last Friday night's winners were: Devel in girls 7-8', Christy
State Season in Florida BMX Bike Erin Lee, Jana Lightfutz and Tif- Sl'j' I'.ege I I
Racing will be held Saturday March II
1. at the track in Keystone Heights
Riders from all over the>*ate are COMMISSARY FOOD STORESR
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Sophomore Chad Heddish pitched was all of the UnIon High action. "
it unc-hiUcr for a 2.0)shutout of Union Third baseman Chuck Mullins Forest It, BUS 1 three hits, Forest pitcher Tippett Hal Davis 1-for-l
High us the Bradford High nine won hatting sou-nth led off the bottom of, The 86 Bradford High baseball seemed to take the bats out of (the l-for-2, and ,Jerry Roebuck; Chuck Mullins,
its first game of the season on its (Ih.. fifth with a t triple, and was safeon team opened up 1986 play Saturday, hands of Bradford players. got the three BHS hits. l-for-2,
home field Tuesday night, Feh 27. a throw in home plate when left Feb. 22, on the road with an 11-1 ,
The Tornadoes lost 8-3 at Ocala fielder Hill.llravncr. grounded tosl't.'ond bombing from loss at the hands of ; I
Forest in both the season and district foe Ocala
base HiMvner then scored on Forest. I
Only bright for Bradford
district opener Saturday, Feb. 22. Jerry Ken-buck's RBI single. The on- Inexperience seemed to playa big in the fifth when spot the Tornadoes loaded was ,
I h I 11 ;nilShn)f part in the loss, and two
? i ".is.i single by first innings told the bases ,
BUS 2. Union 0 I the The on walks issued to Brian Upcoming...
baseman" Hn.mMulchead! in the story. host team exploded Whitehead, Richie Barnes
Hurler Reddish had a nohltl'r.to/ bottom of !the sixth for five runs in the third inning and Chuck Mullins, Tim Lewis, and BHS hosts Gainesville High for a 7
ing until (two were out in I the seventh Reddish struck out 8 and walked and five more runs in the fifth. for Whitehead, scored from running third p.m. district game today (Thursday,
inning Tuesday night in the 2-0 win t two rnroute to his first win of the Strong pitching and stingy defense when Hal Wood laced Feb. 27). At 1 p.m. Friday Feb. 28
a single to ,
over Union High season Union hurler Stacey had his held Forrest to one run in the first right center. However, BHS plays on the road in Macclenny.
Then Reddish walked Tiger batter t team's only' hit and allowed 3 hits, two innings, but horn then on it was regained his composure and Tippett struck Next Tuesday, March 4, at 7 p.m. Great
Jim Godwin. UHS pitcher Stacey struck out 4, and walked! one in the uphill for the Tornadoes. out Todd McLeod and Jason Johnson BHS hosts North Marion for a Start...
Green singled/ to left field but that losing effort Limiting Bradford hitters to only to end the inning district game. Chad Itrddfsh pitches fur BUS.



The Bradford High baseball 1
team's season began Saturday. Feb.
15, with an 8-3 loss at the hands of a
solid group of BItS Old-Timers
Laden with talent from tntufs past
the Old-Timers put t d Ether two
good offensive innings and seven
steady defensive innings to smotherthe QUANTITY RIGHTS

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With Robert Starling starting on
the mound for the "86" Tornadoesand
Doug Samons starting for the
Old Tornadoes the game began as a SAVE MORE DURING
pitching dual, neither side being
able to put anything together offensively
for the first two innings.
With nobody out in the top of the -
third, Old-Timer Dwayne MeLeod F FpOP OUR PRESIDENT'SPRICES
walked. advanced to second on a
perfect bunt down the third base line ST AMY S

by Dwayne Elder, and scored from .. 34D4
second on an RBI double by John
David Francis. Andy Chaff walked
and Chuck Johnson was hit by a GOOD
pitch to load the bases. Francis and 1 THURS. WED., SALE

Chaff advanced and scored on successive @) FEB. 27-MARCH 5, 1986
wild pitches. Starling then
fanned Samons for the second out,
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and Jason Polk grounded to short-
stop to end the inning. _
Everything remained
until Todd McLeod fairly quiet FERNANDINA, ST. AUGUSTINE, STARKE, LIVE
the bottom of the sixth as the young O PERRY, PALATKA, CHIEFLAND, MADISON,
Tornadoes got something going. Q O CALLAHAN & MACCLENNY
ing lined a single up the middle. .

Mike Chappell who had singled ...___c-_..._! _MULIS.._._.... rnMC1www
earlier, stepped up to the plate and Manufacturer's i ,NCwwW.M r -=In MM.Xw.?I.wXwwhYrXrrrlwa 1 Ww MV d M.n
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inning wasn't over for the
young Tornadoes Mike Elder walk-
ed and moved around to third on
wild pitches. Randall Polk walked
and the youngsters thought they
were going to take the lead, but pI 1t1 USCMOcWNOLIS
quick thinking by the Old-Timers got ( 1s Lea AVG.)
Polk out on a pick-off and Elder was f ,r BEEF
thrown out trying to get across the h
plate. RIBEYES
The Old-Timers took advantage of
the shift of momentum, turning hits MAYONNAISE I '
by Francis,Polk and Samons; walks '
by Goodge, Chaff, and Robert 1Ar111(1( +
Carver, and with the help of six errors Mold LB
by the younger Tornadoes into
five runs in the top of the seventh. PINKY Pia SLICED PREI ,I'
The 86" Tornadoes couldn't answer
the challenge. PORK
Leading hitters for the OldTimerswere DEEP SOUTH LOINS ( 1
: Francis 3-for-5, Polk 2-for-4, THRIFTY MAID BEEF
McLeod l-for-2, and Samonss 1-for-4. MAYONNAISE
For the young Tornadoes the hitters CATSUP $108 TENDERLOINS ''

were 2-for-3,Starling Roebuck l-for-2 2-for-3, and, Chappell McLeod PAT 8 8 19 C XLIXI IIN $ 88

lfor3.Boys Limit 1 with 11000 or "R BTL Pork Loins.-, $111 1 .,c LB.
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boys tennis team at Bradford Iti 12 PK .MILD CHEDDAR MILD COLBY or
High got started off on the right foot, COCA ., 1201 OARS JUICE / 10 SUPERBRAND YI
beating Baker High 5-2 on the Bradford .
The Tornado boys won three ? 1If//
singles matches and both doubles
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Stephen McCollum 8-6. Jody Brown BTLS h Bf lS 101.PIIG..
defeated Baker's Allen Murphy 83. ,; .
Sophomore Rick Kimutis defeated .
senior Doug Hinson 84. Jimmy
Shuttles. Paul Bawek lost 8-5 to DRINKS"
Baker's Bobby Parks. LOAF i CELERY MARGARINE
Brothers Jason and Jody Brown

easily Collum doubles defeated and match.Allen Baker's Bradford Murphy Stephen in senior Mc one I 211A.$ ; $149\\\ \ 3 $100288c20oz.

Jimmy Wilson teamed with BTLS SIZE j FOR
sophomore Rick Kimutis to defeat }
Baker's Billy Shutters and Bobby olill Bj
Parks 84.
"It was a great start," said Coach
Jerry McGriff "All the guys played
well, especially the younger players, atr
the sophomores and freshmen." a NO'S ,._ I 1'
BHS was to host Eastside of
Gainesville for a 3:30: p.m. match 1 joI 1

Wednesday Feb. 26. Tuesday, ,
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High girl tennis playerscouldn't or SHERBET PIZZAS POTATOES
win any of the close matches
mid lo t3 to Baker High / fMav'clenny $1399
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home :Monday.: Feb. 24. 9ge $159 98C
J"iuor Sherry Ross got the only HALF 10-La. AVAILABLE! IN DELI
smile win for BHS defeating GAL EACH BAG STORES ONLYI
Rakersusan Jacobs 3-5 Bradford
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llcrbie Cooper took a pass from --- -- 57-53 when; Herbie Cooper hit with a :,
Levi Simmons and bucketed a ba&e- three foot jump shot and Cecil I
line lay-up with one second left on Jackson fed by Frank Long, scored I'' )? ', Si.: irke across Irl)1TPost Office IL I
the clock to give the Bradford High with 1.23; left. With a four point advantage I ,
live a 59-57! win over Baker High in Bradford seemed in good L !
Macclenny last Friday night Feb. .. shape. But Baker battled back Rooms for Rent ,
21. ,., quickly when a 12 foot jump shot by 'I
The final game win evened the Frank Long missed. Baker got the I'I'I
season! record at 11-11 for the Tor- rebounds and scored in close over Nightly Weekly Monthly I
nado five and Baker 16-7. Herbie Cooper with 45 seconds left. I
UIIS, worried about fouling, allowed BUS turned the ball over without I Nightly '8 From $35" Weekly
Baker to score the tying lay-up scoring and Baker took advantage of ( I II
unguarded with 26 seconds left. The the lack of Bradford defense, and
Tornadoes worked the basketball was allowed the unguarded layup '. \I ,
down court quickly, and Simon with 26 seconds left which tied the -_ ."' V'j
Micholl passed to Levi! Simmons on ) game 5757Working ,
the left side of the basket where against the clock as wellas
Cecil Jackson and Cooper were Two the Baker five the Tornadoes
Baker players were over there brought the basketball down, Simmons -
scrapping for the ball. Finally, Sim- got it in to Cooper who scored "Farmingcan.becomplicated
mons bounced a pass through the the winning basket with one second t
defenders to Cooper. The BHS left.Bradford
renter took one big step, and stretched missing a good many
to lay-up the basketball with one shots in a cold first half, hit only 9
second left on the Scoreboard clock. field goals. Bradford got few second J
The clock ran out with an official shots in the first half as the Tor- these days.
blowing his whistle. There was a nadoes were outrebounded. Then the
long delay in which the winning Tornado five hit 15 field goals in the '
Bradford points were not posted on second half. Cooper led Bradford -" Same for
the Scoreboard. Finally the points with 19 points. Frank Lcng added 13, goes
were posted and the one second put Simon Mitchell and Pat Diggs 9 ..
'!kick uit the clock. Baker called: two each, and Levi Simmons 7. :
time outs, then actually got the ball Long was credited with six steals _- Income
past half court before the buzzer v and 10 assists, Mitchell with 3 steals "I 11 J
sounded, but shot off. and 5 assists. \
never got a ,
Bradford trailed Baker until r.:, A:,. Cooper with 7, five defensive and '! !.V. ;V taxes.
Frank Long tied the game at 46-46 I -"- a I two offensive, and Pat Digss with 4, :;
with five minutes left in the fourth led the rebounding.
period. Baker left 19-15 aft l"-the first Hot Shot... BHS IS 10 16 18 59 .Fss So I go to
period and 31-25 at the half. Baker Frank Lung shout.in.iiii,1/ It.ikrr Count(}. Bok.r 19 12 13 16 57.fodloid .. ,
built its lead with a faster game and Long pl.ged| a I big> (part in the I CMS (olnbukMull' \lilh..h iimi.il '.arlngi Coop.. '1/f i It.Mlhh.ll1.l4.0. 4i oZ "
appeared quicker than the Bradford steals and 10 assists.ing lan,t I/. 13. Dlgg.. 4 I/I t, Joik.on .0.2., Simmon. H&R Block.
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live. Baker had used a stall briefly
late in the second quarter, then the ball from half court to cut the basket underhanded( from about five 1114 Color" :. a.R. Dull Rul..7 2 i/2.11 0/2.4, brnom Bin. (.\3.0./.11.William Mobl., "With farming, one and it could cost down the
opened the third quarter with the Baker lead to three. feet up over the heads of the Baker 104.Tamil It )/..,. wrong step you
slow down game. The slow down The score was tied at 44-41 early in defenders to put Bradford up 5047. road. The same is true with tax preparation, and that's why I

allowed Bradford to press as the the fourth period when Cecil Such baskets looked impossiblefrom I r -F FOR"SALE ,I always go to H&R Block. My preparer is trained to know all the
Baker five passed the ball back and Jackson scored after getting! a pass the sideline, but Mitchell, who
forth in the backcourt. from Frank Long, and Cooper addeda scored several such baskets, said hefl'lt I special problems that face. And that saves me money. So
Baker led 35-27 and Bradford cut free after a foul was called on like they would go in all night Living & Dining Room Furniture I'll do the farm work while Block does the tax work."
the lead to two points when three Baker under the basket for pushing. long. 1 G.E. Heavy Duty Wash- |
Long knotted the score again at Baker tied the score 51-51 with 2:48:
straight fouls were called on Bakeras &
er Dryer Kenmore 13 cu.
the two teams battled for posses- 4646. Cooper scored in close after a left on the clock. Another drive by I People who know their business go to ....-.
sion of the basketball. Long and Levi pass from the corner from Frank Simon Mitchell and a high lofted ft. Upright Freezer Queen I I II
Simmons each scored one free throw Long to put Bradford up 4R-47. Long shot put Bradford up 53-51 with 2:33: Size Bed. J H&R"SUrU
and Long stole the ball twice and stole the ball and passed to Simon left. A Baker layup tied the game at I I BLOCK :.: :
scored each time, one long shot from Mitchell who attacked the Baker 53-52: with minutes left. All Items in New Condition.
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Taking on number two seeded Eastside liiMl XI IS 14 points in tI(lie I linal (|ii.irter, md lh.it was |1111'
Gainesville I Kastbide, the Tornado their first meeting this "season and\ ililliTrnceHIIS I .
live has its work cut out tonight by 7 points the second ,;\\0-1'011I111. built third seeded Gainesville;
i Thursd.1) (<'I'll. 27)) in the opening However, itIIS a nne point game High liv IiI!' points in the proreasonlyui STARTS
round\ ) of the District 5-3A: Basketball most of the ay: the -cioml! I line, M.niiciu, I but hasn'l, pl\)..cl llcHIII >
Tournallll'nt Vanguard High in Eastside_hit .li ol! nil..... throws" in 'i'Hani'snice. TODAY!
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awfully good real smart r. .
bciskctljall," says Coach Jay Godwin 11 _? v.
HI IS mul KaMMde play at 7 p.m.
Vanguard( High is on 28th Street in "' I I
north Oeal.i Going in on US-301 ,m ,
lake a let t oil :)01 Vanguard at 28th "1IiI' ::.._---=-.:::::.: ::::=::; "': .' :;."
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Filth*",.'ederltVangum'd! and sixth 7
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M-i-diitJ! I-.ikft Weir play at 8 p.m. The
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BUS is u dark horse in the district reg. Ml9"Suburban"
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The Tornado five has been playing For Sale By Owner. ) '
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Tornado Golfers Defeat Clayy by 11 Strokes in Season OpenerTornado

golfers shot a good first ;39, three Todd '
over par. Sophomore scores up.Gillenwaters Uouglas give the 86 team a good
match score of 169 says Coach Mike Gillenwaters shot 40, freshman Ed and Bo Bishop are three. A good, consistent fourth and Chris Simmons, 9, round out the be glad to have those two on the var
Sexton, to beat Clay High by 11 Douglas shot 41, and sophomore Bo returning from last year's 3.5 team player is needed, and Tom Watson eight-man team sity next year,
strokes on the Starke Golf and Coun- Bishop 49. The BUS golfers are young and in and Bo Bishop are the two Sexton is Link Eighth graders David Elder and BUS faces Baker High at home today
try flub course Tuesday Feb. 25. Steve Foster led Clay High with a experienced have a chance for a counting on to fill the fourth spot. Bishop, ineligible until next (Thursday, Feb. 27) and Mid-
41 and Mike Padgett shot 44. Each real good season, says Coach Mike Randy Wood, 10; Mark Murray, 9, they year,did are last playing with the team as dleburg High here Tuesday, March
Junior Hal Wood led BUS with a had one bad hole( which ran their Sexton. Wood, Gillenwaters, year Coach Sexton will 4.

I Lady Tornadoes Fall in DistrictCoach

John Slater was entertaining Colt defense loosened( up by shooting floor, 15 for 52 shots Reddish was 4 QVA ii
thoughts of burning the over it.North. for 19, Mosley 6 for 18, Davis 5 for 7.
scorebook after his lady Tornado Marion shot real good the BUS finished the 19H6 season witha
five was eliminated 55-33: by North first half Because NM was making 14-7 mark, the best girl's record in ,
Mdrmn in the first game of the its shots, BITS could never get its 15 years. I HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS I I
DiMnet 5-3A: single elimination tour- fast break which the Tornado ladies BHS 4 7 II II 33
inu-ni. at I Ocal.t Forrest High have relied on this season, to work- N.Marlon 12 15 13 IS 55Prodloiil
Sl'hnollasl Thursday night, Feb 20. ing. .
"W., scored the first four points. I Mosley had 9 rebounds for BUS, Dovli >0 1.10..0.lngl..ddl.h..II.Total 101/11.33, t,M..i.y' t 1/4 14,
guess we should have stalled" saidCoivh Reddish and )Davis 7 each. North Motion fco'lngi' CoMwell .I/2.7.. 10,10 I\
S'-iltT' BHS shot 29 percent from the Wllion 17 4 II.42410.Iraokl 10... P.Hy 104. Ihlrloy 701.. : I II
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..SeniorsIarla: Reddish who was
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last sear Reddish, a .400-plus hitter
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member last year at second base
Senior Patti Smith, the short
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Senior Bridgett Skeen, who alter ,
nated at catcher last year, and was a
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," Senior Brenna Skeen, a 400-plus] a
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record of 9.7, return. Other juniors *
lettering are Ann Starling and Cindy
Parado, both utility players for BUS
last year. The pair rotated mostly in
right field. -
The cut has not been made yet bet- x
ween the JV and varsity. There are
some girls out who played before \ I I'I
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Last year the 1985 girls posted a I Ii
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were defeated in the tournament.
BUS has moved up to Class 3A, ;j I I Igot.

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BHS Tornado Lifters Defeat Baker, Just Miss Middleburg

The Tornado lifters split a pair of the only lifter in his weight class. cleaned 220 for a total of 515 and second benched 225 and cleaned 195 to tie total of 515 and Clinton total of 475. Rhodes (MB) benched
matches in recent action by 148-Pound Class: Brett Russell place. R. Tharpe (Baker) ben- Phillips at 420, but was awarded second Jenkins (BHS) benched 240 and 175 and cleaned 190 for a total of 385
defeating Baker County 48-27 and (BHS) took first when he benched ched 220 and cleaned 160 for a totalof place. Chuck Coburn (BHS) cleaned 235 for a total of 475 and se- and third place.Heavyweight.
then just missing Middleburg by a 235 and cleaned 205,for a total of 440.J. 380 and third place. took third by benching 220 and clean- cond place. Saxon(MB) benched 240 : Andrew Timmons
1-point margin at 4443. Carter (Baker) took second ben Heavyweight: Andrew Timmons ing 175 for a total of 295.U8.Pound and cleaned 215 for a total of 455 and (BHS) benched 330 and cleaned 210
Head Coach Lanier Clyatt said ching 210 and cleaning 165 for a total (BHS) benched 330 and cleaned 220 Class: Pierce (MB) third place. for a total of 540 and first place.
he's pleased with the progress being of 375. Knight (Baker) benched 225 for a total of 550 and first place. benched 260 and cleaned 250 for a 220-Pound Class: Lonnie Hamilton Allen (MB) benched 225 and cleaned
made by the Tornado lifters, noting and cleaned 145 for a total of 370 and Croft (Baker) benched 250 and total of 510 and first place. Brett (BHS) benched 280 and cleaned 240 19i for a total of 420 and second
that all the Tornadoes are showing third place. cleaned 240 for a total of 490 and se- Russell (BHS) took second by ben for a total of 520 and first place. place. Huether (MB) benched 240
marked improvement with each 185-Pound Gloss: T.Sealy (Baker) cond place. P. Scott (Baker) benched ching 225 and cleaning 195 for a totalof Libretto (MB) benched 245 and and cleaned 170 for a total of 410 and
match. took first benching 280 and cleaning 240 and cleaned 210 for a total of 420. Luedtke (MB) benched 200 cleaned 230 for second place with a third place.THERE'S .
Clyatt tapped Sean Robinson as 235 for a total of 515. Greg Wiggins 450 and third place.Middleburg. and cleaned 200 for a total of 400 and ssssa. r aass. r r lo mss
being the most improved lifter in the (BHS) took second place when he third place. r EW
Baker County match and Chris Durban benched 220 and cleaned 195 for a 44, BUS 43 185-Pound Class: Wendell Shanks A FURNITURE OUTLET
as being the most improved total of 415. David Hamilton (BHS) BHS ran close to a tough (BHS) took first by benching 210 and I
lifter in the Middleburg match. benched 175 and cleaned 145 for a Middleburg squad throughout super the cleaning 210 for a total of 420. Greg IN TOWN --
total of 320 and third place. various Wiggins (BHS) benched 225 and 7 I IOLIN'S
weight classes, but just
BHS 48, Baker 27 181-Pound Class: Lonnie Hamilton missed taking the victory at 4443. cleaned 190 for a total of 415 and se- 'I I Located at ,.
The Tornadoes topped a tough (BHS) took first by benching 280 and 114-Pound Class: Kepler (MB) cond place. Middleton (MB) benched .. .It.o ) .
Macclenny squad by a substantial cleaning 250 for a total of 530. A. benched 225 and cleaned 170 for a 195 and cleaned 210 for a total of '. ". I
2l-point margin at 48-27 taking first Johnson (Baker) took second when total of 390 and first place. Luedtke 405 and thIrd place. I "
place in all but one weight class. he benched 235 and cleaned 215 for a (MB) took second by benching 120 181-Pound Class: Greg Jackson HOME CENTER. .' a
114-Pound Class: BUS'S Chuck total of 450.Billy Harrell (BHS) took and cleaning 105 for a total of 225 at (BHS) benched 305 and cleaned 220 >* I
Morrow took first place by bench third by benching 230 and cleaning second place. The absence of Chuck for a total of 525 and first place. I Hwy. 100 W. Starke .
pressing 105-pounds and lifting 85 in 205 for a total of 435. Morrow in the 114 class hurt Brad- McKinnis (MB) benched 240 and """" '
the clean and jerk for a total of 190. 198-Pound Class: Clinton Jenkins ford considerably in this division. cleaned 205 for a total of 445 and se- featuring Financing Available I
Baker's Kirkland was second with 60 (BHS) benched 240 and cleaned 230 123-Pound Class: Sean Robinson cond place. Billy Harrell (BUS)ben I ALL NEW FURNITURE
plus 65 for 125.123Pound for a total of 470 and,first place. (BHS) took first by benching 190 and ched 230 and cleaned 195 for a totalof
Class: Sean Robinson Gary Wise (BHS) benched 225 and cleaning 175 for a total of 365 and 425 and third place. "THIS IS NOT 'TRAILER' FURNITUREI"! I
(KHS! ) benched 190 and cleaned 170 cleaned 215 for a total of 440 and second first place. Allala (MB) benched 210 198-Pound Class: Harris (MB) I
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place. 220-Pound Class: Greg Jackson and third.
132-Pound Class: James Slater (BHS) benched 300 and cleaned 220 132-Pound Class: Phillips (MB)
(BHS) benched 150 and cleaned 145 for a total of 520 and first place. took first by benching 225 and clean-
,for a total of 295 and first place as Wheeler (Baker) benched 295 and ing 195 for a total of 420. Hart (MB) STARKEBRANCH

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defeated Baker rs Betsy Johnson and Fe0$' sit CLUB 25
Amy Rhoden 9-7, and the Tornado
duo of Sherry Ross and Donna CO' Welcomes"Funky
Parado defeated Baker's Susan
Jacobs and Rhonda Jacobs 84.
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The girls were to host Eastside
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4734973. 2/26 tin
tunity. Excellent cash flow and Investment month and deposit. Also one all new sofa light green $75: Zenith
return. For MONEV-MAKING SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines mobile home, furnished $2?:1'1 a month console stereo-turntable, AM/FM 8 CYCLES
details call ((404)) 354.8004,, 9.9 Mon-Frl. relaid. Serving Bradford County for 10 plus deposit for fair, respectable cou 113 TRANS AM Loaded with track, $50; butcher block 36 Inch round
$19,500 Investment icon 86.40527SCHOOLS years. Bradford Septic Tank Service. ple. 1.684.6634 or 4752694. 1/16 everything. $8495. 473-3360 from'.5 or pedestal table $50; 36 Inch round coffee 1972 HARLEY DAVIDSON Sportster. .
964-8121. 10/17 TFchg tfnchg 475-1468 evenings and weekends table $25; Antique 5-leg oak DR Runs good. $1500 or best offer.
BR to table, $150; beautiful large Tamps ((2)) 415.5643.2tpd 2/27-3/6
cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used fawn. Keystone 'Heights area $225 a 15% ft. with 50 HP orange/brown, $25; 2 8000 BTU 110V
sewing machines for sale James month 473.2730.2/27 tfnchg Evinrude motor and Cox trailer. $1200. air conditioners, $100 each Everything
SEMI DRIVER TRAINING: Earn big bucks- Strickland Rd. and
corner Morgan Hwy 4734846. Itfr. 2/27
excellent condition. Call 473-7187 after
TWO THREE mobile home
OR BR Acrossfrom
drive big trucks. D.O.T. certification. 16 Starke. 964.8733. 12/5TF 16 FT. HOBIE CAT Fair condi
to good 6 All Sot. A
weekdays. day Sunsltchg
lake. $155. Partially) furnished. p.m.
Local and notional job placement electrical g
: carpentry painting tion, no trailer. $800. 473.2095 or 227COMMERCIAL
Mr. Phillip, 4737560. 2/13 20tpd 6/26
assistance. Correspondenceresident complete home repair. 13848968. 2/27-3/6
TWO BEDROOM IVi' bath clean mobile -
traV.mg.' Eligible institution for federal Reasonable Licensed :
\ rates contractor. 16 FT. THUNDERBIRD 80 HP Johnson
ft. for sale or lease. Will divide Into
home, near Keystone Hts. sq.
aid GSI. Call 1-800-251-9042.. UNITED Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF
trailer electric winch, and
lop spare smaller units. Hwy 21 between 1R
$225/month. 4732566. 2/27
TRUCK MASTER. Resident training: YOUR HAIR hair? Itchg
Frizzy Dry tire. $900. 473-4560 before 11 or after Keystone and Melrose. Will consider
Tampa. Flo. icon 8639MOBILE hair? Oily hair? Stubborn hair? Try 5. Itpd 2/27 equity trade for rental property Have you ever wished that
Nexxu natural hair core products. Lost 15 FT. 3 IN. BASS BOAT Johnson motor 473-4846. Itchg 2/27 you were In a position to
HOMES Hairplanes. Inc., 9644645. 2/20 TF tilt trailer, many extras, excellent con TRADITIONAL SOFA and love .seat excellent own a swimming pool but
FOR SALE NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT? Try us.Hairplanes. $50 REWARD for return of pet skunk dition. Ready to go. $3000. Call condition. $275. 4732621. Itchg weren't sure that you could
Inc. 9644645. 2/20 TF Missing for 4 weeks from Lake 4734075. Itpd 2/27 2/27 afford such a luxury? Well,
HATE IRONING? or have no time for it? Brooklyn area. Black, broad stripe 1910 TOYOTA Corolla station wagon. having YOUR OWN pool
15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on Will Iron In my home. Call 9645915. male, walks with a limp. 4737683. Low mileage, 5-speed AC. AM/FM FIREWOOD: seasoned oak cut split doesn't require a fortune
one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sales. Itpd 227BABYSITTING 2tchg 2/27-3/6 stereo, clean. $3795. 4734846. Itchg and delivered. $75 per cord. 4734512. anymore With the modern
904.964 5606 6/6 tlnchg IN MY HOME: Monday REWARD Black male Labrador, mixed. 2/27 2/133tchg2/27 construction techniques
TWO MOBILE HOMES: all electric top through Friday Only. Call 964-5733. Lost Nov. 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee 'II TOYOTA Station wagon. Excellent and the standardized plans
shape deck patio front and rear Itchg 2/27 Rood Answers to "Minor." 4737162. condition. Power steering, brake and LAND FOR SALE that Dynamic Pools has to
storage sheds skirted carp ""* and WILL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE OR OFFICE: tfnchg 2/27 air. 50,000 miles. One owner. $3800. offer, you can have the poolof
One 14x56. 2BR. V fbath in Call 964.8233 after your dreams for a lot less
awnings. 4 p.m. Itpd 2/27 4733060. tpd 2/27 LAKE LOT Hlllcrest l lake. $13,500. than you think.
small park. One 12x60 2BR 1 bath BABYSITTING in my home. Good care HELP WANTED 1980 CHEVY MONZA 2 door 4 cylinder Owner will finance. $164 month
overlooking lake In Lake Geneva. Best and hot meals. 9647387. Call anytime. 4 speed stereo, equalizer. 69,000 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 Prices Start At

offer one or both. 473.2298. 2/133tpd 2/27 2tchg 3/6 ORGANIST and or Choir Director. follhpr.sbyl.rlon miles Power steering A/C tilt. $1500. LAKE GENEVA WATERFRONT 100 X 264 $5,900INSTALLED
2/27 WILL BABYSIT In my home. Infants to 4737618. Itpd 2/27
Church. Send ft. wooded lot In exclusive Geneva
1982 14x70 TRAILER: 3 BR 2 Ba, 9000. schoolers. Port time or full time. resume to 1971 TOYOTA CELICA GT Liftback, Phone 473-3379
Shores. 42000. or
Rt. 2 Box Melrose FL
2733 32666
Will, rent lot. Call 964.4824 after 4 References and reasonable Call or
p.m. rotes call 4734525. Itchg 2/27 speed AC stereo, new radials 3058440708. 4tpd 2/27-3/20 limited Urns Onlyl
2/272tpd3'6 9645647. Itpd 2/27 $1450. 4737618. Itpd 2/27
1984 CONCORD MH: 4 BR, fireplace NEED SOME TYPING DONE? Experienced CHURCH NURSERY WORKER Wanted. 173 PONTIAC STATION WAGON Runs ssr_ ssssts With a variety of sizes and
21500. Assume mortgage/must be In legal documents depositions, Part-time, at least eight hours per good looks fair. $385. 4737618. Itpd NEEDED IMMEDIATELY shapes to choose from,
moved. 964-4135 serious callers only. dissolutions, deeds briefs wills etc. week Sunday mornings Sunday evenIngs 2/27 Parson to live In, full time, 7 there's beautiful Dynamic
Itpd 227LAVYTEV Call after 4 p.m. for further Info, and Wednesday evenings re 171 LINCOLN TOWN CAR Loaded. Built pool that's Just right for
: 2 BR DW on dead end road. 9645330. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 quired. Apply by telephone Mon thru in CB. As is $1500. Call 473-7618. Itpd days per week. Room your home AND your
cement block Thurs. 473-3715. 2tchg 2/27.3/6 board, small salary. Call budget. This reliable Fla.
Huge room 2/27
A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Slate Certified Contractorwill
garage screened back porch. 2'/> Run a picture of your for sale item In SALESPERSON WANTED: We need a 1974 MGB CONVERTIBLE Runs excellent 782.3154 before 1 p.m. or take care of everything,
acres with fruit trees. $37,500 owner SALE BY hard-working person to sell our new top. $1350. Call 4737618. ELM from
our FOR OWNER Section. For 782-3372 after 1 p.m. design and Installation
finance 782.3162. 2/27 2tpd 3/6 info call 9646305. Goodyear roof products Write Ed Itpd 2/27 to arranging.........
1971 12x43 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR furnished Mohan Consolidated Companies 1801E. 1981 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER 19 ft., 100% financing with
AC washer in Bradford Trailer 9th St., Cleveland Ohio 44114. 2/20 excellent condition self-contained. NO DOWN PAYMENT.
Park Storks. $3800. Call Jax. 7784814. COMMERCIAL 3tchg 3/6 AC/CH. $4900 firm. 4732293. 1 tpd 2/27 Shop & Compare i 11 I ISpecial To make your new pool' a beauty ol

Itpd 2/27 PROPERTYNW 11 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER Sleeps 6, for summer lun... Phone
PERSONAL SERVICES refrigerator, gas heater toilet 3 Parks 399.5685 TF
Mobile Home
LAND FOR SALE burner gas stove, good condition.
CORNER of Call and Thompson 4732988. Itpd 227A All types of homeowners
Streets--2 story CARPENTER WORK work policies for
masonry building. : Remodeling PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS:
ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. Clyde W. Simpson, 3566849. Itpd 2/27 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Run a picture of your for sale item In mobile homes.
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Reasonable prices. Call 473.4018 after our FOR SALE BY OWNER\\/ Section. For Call for Quote TlrOlin's INSULATIONBatts
9645606. 1/03 tin 5-30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg Info call 9646305. and Blown-in
ROAD: $3,000 no down payment $70 BOATS stallation Free estimates Ten years MOBILE HOMES Free Estimates
per mo. Call 9645bO1103 tin experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for Home Sales
LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Bosler CustomConstruction
5, call 9645251. 3/07 tIn 16 Ft. HOBIE CAT fully rigged. Exc. PAINTING Interior and exterior 20 20 HOMES lot package available. $295 Elaine M. Olin Agent
Lake Hampton Oaks, lot 25. Located on shape. $1600 OBO. 4732566. Itchg years experience. 4732016. 3tpd down. American Homes 7528082.
US301 ten minutes south of Starke 227A 2/13-27 4tchg 2/13.3/6 964.5606 TF 964-6888 3/6

|lust post CR18 on right Only 20 PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: HANDYMAN SERVICE Yard work ALL REPOS $6000 under cost. No cash -""""- """'- -.::...-.::...""""-' ''"'''--'''''''"-
minutes from Gal,,esville. 1.01 acre in Run a picture of your for sale Item In cleon-up, hauling, tree trimming and needed. American Homes. 7528062.
nice neighborhood. 5000. Call. our fOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For removal any kind of odd job.4733321. 4tchg 2/13-3/6
; 4960067. No collect calls Itpd. 2/27 Info call 9646305. 4tpd 2/13.3/6 NEW CONCEPT IN FINANCING No cash
I = CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction needed. $100 a month. American BULLDOZER WORK WANTED
truck mounted equipment. Free Homes. 7528082. 4tchg 2/13.3/6

D & S Welding ServicePortable 3tpd estimates S 2/13.27 B CARPET, residential CLEANING.and commercial.C 4737770.. YARD SALENEW Call ((904)) 964-5606

FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING AND USED ITEMS 9 miles north of Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 2'2Dn
on All Types Welding Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call jac, Keystone Intersection on SR.21 at Murrhee's -
4732521. 2/27 tfnchg farm. Watch for sign. Thursday
CUSTOM MADE BOOKCASES Solid Friday and Saturday. 21 pd 2/20.27
in Stainless
Specialize wood construction Will build to suit GARAGE SALE Friday and Saturday on
Call John Hall 4737877. Itpd 2/27 Baker Road off 214, turn right at Gizmo
& Aluminum Welding MOWING-TRIMMING edging ond all follow signs. Itpd 2/27 Starke TAE KWON DO AcademyNOW

1 types of lawn work. Rick's lawn Service

4734512. 2tchg 2/27.3/6 OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
Call 964-4060 Hand Painted and | rtw.wc
Sandblasted Signs. (> Slean%
2/6.27 Truck, Boat, 829.0070 10:30: a.m. to 8 p.m. 3 Classes Per Day
T .
a Window Billboard Lettering- Magnetic Sipns-Wood. Foam Personal Instruction from A.J. Allen ((5th Degree Black Belt)

Plastic Letter Signage System for 5
Businesses Communities, Condos a & Terry BelCher ((1st Degree Black Belt)

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r Janet M. Sub Divldans 829-0070

StarlingRealtor Call Dan Belcher 964-4060

309 Center Street Starke

00 .2 BR 2Ba home in the country VACUUMSALE

[B I 964-5065 r. 29900.
JUST REDUCED from $24,000: 4.87

acres pool. $16,500.'HOUSE with well. septic, and 35 ft. NEW & USEDWe t4 m LAVERN H. OUTLAW

REALTOR srL'mg" : U MOVE: Make offer. Finance Our O\\n (r LJ:! Broker

haas<5t -1.1 ACRES: with older home, KIRBYS REALTOR" Bes. 964-5478

beautiful pecan trees, 48000. ROYALS I IVs
.1.* ACRES 12x60
: MH 15000. EUREKAS
-15 ACRES: Older home and DW HOOVERS 4:

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 11.9 ACRES: 1 Well 3 septic tanks FILTER QUEENS 964-4522 Designated' Appraiser R... 964-6941
pond, pole barn $33,500 SEARS !_Re. W-8370
25000. Excellent Terms. repair all makes
RESIDENTIAL -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12.500. South 301 Plaza Res. 964-7333 J Re>s..533-2965. .

KINGSLEY LAKE AREA: Immaculate MH with built on. Nice shaded landscaped -5 Ac. Paved frntg. 12500. AI Young'sSince Open Mon. thru Fri.8:30a.mto6:30p.m..
yard. 2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned Appraisals for Residence Commercial.Busln.tr

REDUCED! Lovely country home over 2500 sq. it. on 3'/i acres Many extras, commercial $65,000. 1957 Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. a Your Full Service Real Estate Office
call to see this today. -SO Ac50000. 964.6918
CROSLEY SID Quiet living ont acre Is nice. MH and porches and workshoponly ((904)) 782-3931 it LOOK ME OVER I Call for appt. to see this beautiful BR, 2 Ba home featuring a- j
19000. P.O. Drawer M 3 Miles north of formal liv. rm., din. rm., fam. rm. w/flreplace. and larg. kitchen. In city. best

*LARGE 3 BR: 2 both CB home on 1 acre In city only 44900. 301 $.lawtey Starke on US 301 location only $58,500.
*JUST OFF BESSENT RD a well-planned home with 2 BR, 2 baths, large LR and tin *3 DOUBLEWIDES on 20 acres. Paved Rd. OWNER WANTS ACTION I

dining kitchen cabinets everywhere, screen porch greenhouse, 4 or 7 acres *HANDYMAN SPECIAL: only 17600.
NEW LISTING 3 BR. 2 bath nice fenced back yard paved drive, only $41,000. *AFFORDABLE LIVING: This neat and clean 2 BR, 1 both Is In a quiet

*OVER 2100 SQ. FT. living area formal LR and DR, large 2 car garage and neighborhood minutes from town. Only 24900.
workshop on 3/4 acre. CYPRESS MULCH *COUNTRY CLUB AREA: brick, 3 BR, 2 bath, eat-in kitchen LR, Family room, sun

ROOM TO GROW IN:2730 sq. ft. home with 4 BR, 3 baths, huge kitchen family porch large lot. Owner anxious.
room laundryroom formal living room, double fireplace SEE TO BELIEVE! SOUTHGATE AREA: Beautiful contemporary 3 BR, 2 bath chain link fenced.

*DEVELOP IT YOURSELF: buy 5.3 acres, you can sell 20.000 sq. ft. lots In this & PINE BARKYou Priced to sell for only 52900.
highly growing area *INVESTORS B DEVELOPERS: This development already has a paved road and
pick-up or We deliver adjoins the city limits. Price reduced for quick sale. Owner financed.
WATERFRONT .COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE but convenient to city. You con have up to V
BEST BUY in lake property. 146'on crystal clear lake, well and septic and par Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery beautiful acres with this beautiful spacious 3 BR 2 VI bath home with many many
tial cottage. Less than $35,0001 amenities ABSOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN TO BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.
NOW IS THF TIME TO BUY that waterfront property.We have..v.rallol.with CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING it COMMERCIAL OR RETAIL on S. Walnut St. with 2 apartments that are rented.

or without houses. *M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage. Only $17.5OO.

LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE 964.6649 *4 ACRES HIGH I DRY: lots of trees, close to Sampson Lake, Great for mobile

BUILD THAT HOUSE you hove always wanted on this I'/i acre. East of tin. home. 14000.
hospital. FIVE ACRES on 100 West, Only 12500.

*HOMESITE in the country, but convenient to everything. Call today. *AVAILABLE: for lease or sale, 3/2 on 2 acres,CH/A w/flreplace. Near. FSP and
Lawtey Correctional.
COMMERCIAL Call Collect LAKEWOOD AREA Executive home In an exclusive area with access to Crosby
WHAT WOULD YOU PAY to advertise to everyone passing on 301 from now Mobile Home Roofovers bath
Lake. Quality construction throughout. 4 bedroom 2 with many
? For reach all the everyday from this
on $15,000 your business can can great Protects and Insulates amenities

commercial site. 10% OFF 10 ACRES 20 ACRES, end 25 ACRES: all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hayor
WALNUT, STREET 3 unit apartment house priced to sell
graiing. Hwy. 325 S. of Hampton.
Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR 964-4048 arD.:: : .COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. :3 parcels to choose from.
Sales Manager Evenings ASSOCIATESIrene g-f"'ff enrra : m FinancingAvailable' +5 ACRE MINI-FARM Land In posture, 3BR. 2Bo. super kitchen 71900.
REALTOR tQ *CROSBY LAKE INLET: Canal to Crosby Lake large DW mobile home, 3/2 new
L. Faulkner
windows financed.
double-pane owner $34,500.
Bob Matthews 964-7211
Suzanne Kitchens 964-7630 *4 BEDROOM fenced yard In town, only 32900. -
Lou Young 94-7525 Lee Hardenbrook 964-6527 THI HORSES A CATTLE 49 with house
*BRING ON : acres on highway. Priced right
* *
with excellent terms.
LEI HARDENIROOK..APPRAISALS *FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 W..toio acre building lots, owner financed

64-6527 e Cut: Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL *HOME SITES AND ACRIAGI on .....nl Rd. Flume Rd. Owner financed.
* *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3/2, eat-In kit., great room, carport owner fin. 51500.

Rentals Available Insulated or Storm 215 E. Call Street to 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoin Lou-Ann Nursery. 1 Lot Oak laden with lake view.
Cerol Warner.. REALTOR ASSOC. We Invite Inquiries-Our Other Properties
Property Management Division tin Windows Starke, Fla. 964-6766 Thlnhlng Buying or Selling? Call utl


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NOTICE Starke Area Want Ads 1

milled to the Brodford County
Telegraph office In writing and paid In ,

advance unless credit i. already FOR SALEAMFMCASSETTE FOR RENT CARS & TRUCKS
established _
with this office.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN detachable tpeakert (lam box), Sean, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK 1974 wheel PICKUP base, In TRUCK automatic condition.long !Jar
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER exc. cond., originally cost $225 now Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. $700. Call 964-5963.good running 2/27 { rv1
THE TELEPHONE. $100.782.3660. leave message jm TF Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone 1977 Itpd
MUSTANG II: red. $300 9644080.
Classified deadline It TUESDAY USED FURNITUREi vacuum cleaners, one 964.7498.9/16 tin Itchg 2/27 REALTY

NOON prior to Thursday publication. tlques much more. BROWNS USED EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart 1977 OLDS Custom Cruiser Wagon $700.
Minimum charge 13 words for$2.75 FURNITURE 110 E. Call St. 2/13 4tcha ments. Electricity Included. Low weekly 964-4080. Itchg 2/27 ...

then 10 cents fqr each word thereafter. 3/6 monthly rates. Palms Apartments 1982 FORD EXPLORER: $3300. Coll Markor PHONE .
SOFA with chair and 2 pillows nice, 2314 N. Temple Ave. tin Sharon 782.3463.2/27 NC .m

FOR SALE clean and comfortable. Seats 4 per NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 1978 VOLARE WAGON: Plymouth. 205 N. Temple,
sons. $125. make offer 964.5957.ltchg BA apt. For more Information call Lake
2/27 Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity 10,000 miles on new engine. AC (cold), CECELIA 1ERWILLEGAR
BRADFORD power steering. $750 firm 964-4135.
LIMEROCK COUCH. LOVESEAT and 2 matching Housing. 6/7 tfnchg Itpd 2/27 -
SALES tables. Best oiler. Coll 964.8233 after 4p.m. NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished 1BR 1985 F-150 Ford Lariat SERVICE INTEGRITY GOLDEN RULE
Llm.rock B Fill Dirt
2/27 apartments with kitchens located nextto
20 yd. teml-loadt only LARGE Itpd KELVINATOR refrigerator with T.nn.co station in downtown short loaded dual tanks, step bumper AT NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY .
wheel base, 16,000 milts
STORE BOUGHT 782.3172 5/23 tfchg Icemaker, Good condition. $300. Stark. $50-$75 p.r week Call 782-3186. 2/27 4tchg 320A FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba on 18.98 Acres: 2 car garage, CH/A, location
Furniture for tale at 4733375. Itchg 2/27 964.5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 12/5TF
Doublewlde Home Center located COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Marklee Starling Rd., down approx. 2 miles, blue home on left.

North on 301 lawtey Fla. (this It not HELP WANTEDFULL available at CSC Mini Storag. 12 ft. Run a picture of your for sale Item In HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala

trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg ceilings, lights power new reduced our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For block home opprox. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres.

FOR tale SALE at Olint: Store bought furniture lor TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE rotes 964-8848. 1/9TF info call 9646305. Crawford Rd. plus four chicken barns..a good going business.
Home Center located
on Scholarship available I ERA Tiffin and ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hater $8
Owner financing.Buy all !
or part
Highway 100 West. This It not trailer MOTORCYCLES
night. From$35 week. Discount
Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Loyfoyette per per
furniture 6/13 tfnchg St. 964.5065 7/4 tfn offered for longer term. Apply In person .NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
POODLES for stud: 9644238. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. Owner
acrossIrom financing.
BAHIA HAY needed: at Whispering Pines Care Post Office. TF 227A BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford
large rolls, new cut. $25. THREE BEDROOM 2Ba CB with CHI A.
496.3050 Center. Call Susan Cook at 9646220. : PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Villas with of roads
after 5 p.m. 2/6 6tpd 3/13 12/5TF Near Southslde School. $350/month. a variety trees, paved water, sewage,
MICROWAVE Run a picture of for sale Item in
OVEN: Toppan. new 1986model 9645423. 2/20 TF your police protection nice neighborhood.
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For
'Inyoway, family, ttlll size In box oven left In $59,230/yr. Now hiring. Call TWO BEDROOM house: New River area. Info call 9646305. MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba LR, DR, large kitchen, 2
yr. 18056876000. ext. R-5504 for current CH/A carpet $225/month 1st last utility rooms, 2 car fireplace. CH/A on one acre.
Bul garage
;juoiuntee. $238 or $19 month.
1.725.1997. per federal list. 1/9 8tpd 2/27 $100 deposit' 4962037. 2/20 2tpd 2/27 YARD SALES
RCA 25" :2/6 4tchg 2/27 SALES POSITION: must have sales ex KEYSTONE-MELROSE AREA: 2 BR. 2 Ba, .A JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home In city with little '
XL100 Color TV remote, walnut
cabinet. Reg. $749. Bol. $338 or $25 per perience. Call 964 5606. 1/30TF MH 2/20TF CH/A. Call Mr. Edwards 4733695. FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 9 a.m. til. 326 N. yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 Ba,
month. 1.725.1997.2/6 2/27 SALES POSITION: Must have sales ex Walnut St. Itpd 2/27 spacious LR with fireplace Fla. utility room,
4tchg perience. Call 9645606. Olin Mobile LARGE 2 BR HOUSE 1 bath. CH/A stove, gracious room,
FIREWOOD seasoned oak cut split Homes TFHAIRDRESSER refrigerator. Suitable for couple or LARGE dark. YARD SALE: Frl.. Sot, Sun., 9 til skylights 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to $49,0001!
delivered $75 cord. Appliances, dining room set,
3tchg 2/27 per 4734512. 2/13 : experienced. Needed to small family. $350/month. Call tools, chain saw. china 16 ft. tandem HANDSOME ft PRIVATE: 4 BR, 2 Ba, brick, Country Club
9647826. 2/20
ABOVE GROUND POOLi 2..4. round fill full.time position for hairdresser EFFICIENCY APT.I TF Two rooms, compl. trailer. Hwy 227 follow signs 478x310 lot, paved drive 2 car garage, FP, range, ref rig., DW,
who hat large following and Is leaving
with full accessorlet. Only 8 monthsold. the area. Looking Glass Styling Center turn., no children 78233458. 2/20TF 964.6740.Itpd 2/27 central vac, hi-fi system, drapes, blinds, hot tub. Assume mtg.

2tpd. Asking 227TELEVISIONS $800. Coll 9645485. 2/20 9644247. All application are confidential TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. Electricity FIVE FAMILIES, high chair: Friday pictures 95., lamps Single family mattress -- of $50,000 8.75% Interest. Owner will hold 2nd mtg. I

) Zenith black & While, $25: and references are required. $200/month and hot no water 9648071.Includ.d.2/20 clothing misc. 401 N. Cherry St. STUCCO & STONE on SR 230E, approx. 1646 sq. fl., 3 BR, 2 Ba,

RCA console $75. Call 7823702. 2/20 2/133tpd2/27 2tchg 2/27 pets Itchg 227FRIDAY CH/A, only 5 years old. If you qualify for FHA loan, you can
SALESPERSON WANTED: We need a 2/2B Tractor disk for
Ford 2000
2tchg 2/27 to tell QUIET COUNTRY LIVING In good : assume $45,038 mortgage at l1'la %.
SOFA AND CHAIR: $150. Excellent cond. person our neighborhood' 2 BR trailer with roof and up; upright freezer chest of ENERGY EFFICIENT Brick 4 BR BR I1/ baths tit
2 y... old. Oth.r itemt alto. 964-8734. Goodyear root products. Write Ed drawers, wardrobe, rocking chair : (one 14x20)), on
2/20 2tpd 2/27 Mahon Consolidated Companies 1801E over $150 plus sec dep. 4681175. nightstand high chair clothes, misc. acre, LR, DR.kitchen combo, den with FP. Well Insulated Car

2 LARGE 9th St., Cleveland Ohio 44114/2/20 Itchg 2/27 1510 E. SR 16. 964-4491. Itpd 2/27 rier heat bill of Located SR 16E.
RATTAN SOFAS: Pecan stain 36HAIRSTYLIST I BR BLOCK HOUSE In city limits, $200 pump, average utility $60.
with brown and rust cushions Like 3tchg FLEA MARKET Frl & Sat 9.4: Antiques,
month 964-5139 9646566eves. Reduced $42.0001.OWNER !
days or
: Florida Llcented. Mutt
used furniture, clothes tools,
HEYI new I $150 each 9644269. Itchg 2/27 have following. Good benefits Busy Itchg 2/27 automotive equipment much more. FINANCING: 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR, 1 '/. Ba, op
LOOK! Good riding horses
registered and grade. Priced from $175: thop. Hairplanes. 9644645. 2/20 TF COZY painted UNFURNISHED house. Carpet 3 BR, 1 throughout Ba. freshly Four or more dealers and families. Lot prox. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A, large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced

and Starting March 2.Suntet PERSON INTERESTED: In earning extramoney behind Harry Green's. Cherry St. between backyard. If have $7,500 will hold 1st and
up. Sunday by taking care of infants ((6 wkt telling fan and big kitchen. Washer 8 Madison and Rd. 100. Itpd 2/27 you owner mtg. you
Stables All Call
New. 964.4986
dryer hookups; next to playground. balance in 20
to 3 yrs old) In their hornet. Call pay years.
after 7 p.m. 2225 N. 301, Starke. Itpd First last and deposit. No I
2/27 964.6794.2/20 2tchg 2/27 security HOMES LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing $68,000. Home Is on one

POP TOP TRAILER: 1983 Viking 22 ft., GM LINE TECHNICIAN NEEDED: 964-4315 pets relerencet 475.2946.Itchg r.qulr.d.2/27 Mike lot, adjoining lot goes with It. In 011130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2
Minimum 2 experience with GM. FOR SALEBY
sleeps 8. 3 burner LP stove, Ice box Good company yes benefits and pay plan. TWO BEDROOM MH Lot 25, Ba carpet range, refrig. incl., all furniture purchase optional.

porto-pottie, clean. $3,000. 4732393. Only qualified tech need apply. Call Westmoreland Trailer Park No pets. .SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer
Itpd 227RIDING 964.7500 for Alan Brown 964.5219 or 964.4312.Itpd 2/27 OWNER: 3/1 on private drive lust out
appt. Itchg handsome brick and cedar home 37Vi 4 BR 2V.Ba
a on acres, ,
MOWER: Sean 36" Husky elec. of Woad central heat
2/27 FURNISHED 2 BR: 2 bath MH, CH/A, In ci town. stove, and
start excellent condition. $395. Call NEED CASH? Nutrition Company needs ty. Rent weekly or monthly 964-8810. AC. very nice. 9645997. 2/27 3tchg plus nice barn. 144445.

468.I 362. Itpd 2'27 local representative 10 hrs per week Itpd 227APARTMENT 3/13 BRICK DUPLEX on Epperson St.: Now rented positive cash
DINING ROOM SET: Table with six FOR RENT $275 month. BLOCK HOME: 2BR one Bath 509 N.
can earn you $400 to $600 per month. : per flow good assumable mtg. Owner will take 2nd mtg. for good
.. Table In good condition chairs Church St. CH/A shaded
Call 7823790. Itchg 2/27 1st last security. 106 N. Church St., carport yard.
need seats reupholstered. $100 OBO FORM CARPENTERS rod busters, cement 964-5081, Itchg 2/27 Call 964-6484. 2/6 4tpd 2/27 client. $50,000.COUNTRY .

4311200. Itchg 2/27 finishers, laborers, and clerical per RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month THREE BEDROOM brick home, CH/A 2 LIVING: CB 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range, ref rig.,
RABBITS FOR SALE All sizes 9648459. sonnel. Apply at Watkins Jobslte and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker bath LR/DR fireplace, breakfast, DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. 49600.

2/27 TF6.MAN Trailer DuPont Trailrldge or reply to Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 TF room gameroom. 560 Glendale St. WALK TO EVERYTHING: 431 Center St., 3 BR, 2 Ba 24300.
RUBBER RAFT with and
oars anchor P.O. Box 6006 Stark., Fla 32091-6006 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent On 9645468. 2/6 4tpd 2/27
$75. 9644135. Itpd 2/27 Attn. Jim O'Shaughnessy. EOE M/F Highway .16 W. Close to prison. CAREFREE LIVING In this spacious 3 BR, 3 533 PRATT STREET: 3 BR, 1 Ba, 18000.
TWO 12"TIRES: like new mounted on 78 Itpd 227COUNSELOR 964.7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg bath brick home on beautiful Hampton ROOM TO ROAM

Ford. Fiesta wheels 468.2860 after 5p.m. FOR MENTAL HEALTH: day NOW REMODELING the old T.rry Brown Lake. LR, formal DR, family room with 4 Acres . . . .Griffis Loop. . . . $16,000
2/27 3/6 law office on E. Call St. If are Interested fireplace eat-In kitchen 2 cor carport
Graduation from you
306 REMINGTON Model 7400 Automatic college with program.major course work In In renting this office and' dock w/povilion boathouse w/boat 6 Acres . . Primitive Church Area----------- $12,000

like nlVi/.J/ CpJL2y,9332.9J23W1e,3L, :6--Ptythology.-t elofo6wartchdblllta.: .selecting carpet and having input Into,': lilt. Many amenities owner. 964-4465 3 Acres . . . .Oklowaha River. . . . $15,000

NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. Hon or related field At least 2 yrs renovating It, call 964-6305 John 'or 4681591. 2/20 2tpd 2/27 1.37 Acres . . . Rd. 100 South. . . . $5,000
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great exp. Contact Susan Gold 964-8382 MIII.r. TF LOG HOMES: Over 40 rustic models to Brownlee Rd. . . .
36.43 Acres . . . $82,332
choose from. Send for .
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 227SECRETARY FOR RENT OR SALE Like'new 3 BR 1 Free Brochure.HONEST
135 W. Call St. 9646305. Itchg INTAKE CLERK: Type 55 bath block house on 2.6 acres. ABE LOG HOMES Route One 10 Acres . . . . Waldo . . . . $25,000

COPY MACHINES: Canon.for rent or words per minute transcription experience 964-5445. 21 I 3TF Box 84CF Moss Tennessee 38575. 2.5 Acres . . . Hwy. 301 S. . . . $15,000

tole. Canon home copier $799; Canon helpful varied office duties. TWO BEDROOM MH on Griffis Loop lots ((800)) 231.3695.fcan 86-36 9 Acres . . . Country Club . . . $49,000
home office office of trees, large yard. 468.2374 after 6p.m.
or copier $999 Canon
; Minimum starting salary 8142.
2/27 3/6 4.78 Acres . . .230A& Wilson Rd------------- $12,000
copier $1399. Rent to own for at E.O.E. Send or bring resume, Bradford 2tchg REAL ESTATE
little at $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP Union Guidance Clinic, P.O. Box 399 BEDROOM APARTMENT: 403 N. WalnutSt. 5 Acres (Woodlawn) . . . Lawtey. . . $15,000

110 W. Call St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21 Starke, Fla. 32091 Attn. Dot $175 per month In advance Deposit OUT OF STATE 40 Acres . . . . .230E------------------ $100,000

tfn Whitehead Itchg 2/27 required. No pets Rental agreementmust 20.16 Acres . . . Lawtey . . . $50,000

ELECTRONIC down payment.ORGAN:Call$49.99 9646946.per month.No tfn Life Insurance eg.nt, needed Growing 964-5276 be apply signed downstairs.with the Itpd owner.2/27 LAND FOR SALE: Mountain land for sole 14.5 Acres . . . Graham . . . 1625ac.
company. Experienced. Need 218 life by owner. $100 down owner financed
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. and 220 property and casualty licenses. TWO BEDROOM TRAILER: 2 baths clean 2 acre tracts, nearby 3,000 acre 10".. 10.51 Acres . . . .Graham. . . . l,625/ac.

$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn Guaranteed salary and commission. new carpet big yard with shady trees. 1'/ hours north of Atlanta near Ellljay. 438 Acres . . . Hampton--------------- $1,000/ac.
HALF PRICEI! Off Rd. S 21st Ave $225
Large flashing arrow signs Send resume to: P.O. Drawer A Starke Meng Dairy 1-404-276-2727 or 1-404-276-3668.
$299 complete I Lighted non-arrow Fla. 32091 or ISO W. Main Lake Butler plus deposit. 964.6714.2/27 2tchg 3/6 86.35
$279. Nonlighted $229. Free letters Fla. 32054. Interview to follow. NEW EFFICIENCY APTS weekly and FLORIDA AND SOUTHEAST ALABAMA Free Notary Services
Warranty. Only few left this price. See 2/20 4tpd. 3/13 monthly rentals. Also Mobile Home lot. RETREATS: 195 acres 45 cultivable
locally. Factory: 1.800.423.0163 Call 9645332. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 near Troy Alabama. Balance * *
anytime, lean 86.371425..Tradlng SMALL 2 BR TRAILER:90% furnished AC, woodland. Wildlife abundant. 73125. EVENINGSBILL

MISCELLANEOUSCHARLOTTE'S washer In Bradford Trailer Park 640 acres In Dixie County Florida.
Starke. $200/month $100 security DODD 964.7408 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964-7188
Hunting rights on additional 10,000
< Post In Waldo > deposit. Jax. 7784814. Itpd 2/27 acres $400 per acre. 90% financing. JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593
restaurant home, laundromat, WEBB: Now'open" I Quality MOBILE HOME on Griflis Loop: $150 per Contact Barron Strother United Farm NOVIS WARD 964-7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408
snack bar 40 ac., RV hookup trailer 'ladles children' and men's clothes month $100 sec dep. Call after 5 p.m. Agency P.O. Box 755 Troy Alabama RANDY CORY 475-2597
pork. Good gross. and accessories. Also featuring han weekdays 9648704. Itchg 2/27 36081. ((205)) 566-1870 or ((205)) 735.2442
dicrafts. Call 964-7100.138 N. Water St. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE In town. Kitchen
I421--4BR 2 Bo, block on canal access appliances eves, fcan 86.38
Lake. 1/301F and some furniture. ChildrenOK.
to Santa F. Privacy plus-
Many nice features. FREE.GERMA.N SHEPHERD MIX) 1 yr. old 9644789. Itpd 2/27
403-(2)( ) lac. lakeview hometltes. spayed ,female, great with kids, needs EXTRA CLEAN:2 BR trailer on private lot. FLORILAND Classified Ads Get Results
Assume form to foam or large fenced yard. Call Crosby Lake Shores, see to appreciate.No -
mortgage. Bruce, 964.8179.or964.6078.2/202tchg pets, no children. $250/month. $100
#427-3BR, !'/> bath brick on 5 ac., 2/27 dep. 964-5739. 2/27 2tpd 3/6 REALTY

barn, fenced. Priced right. FREE PUPPIES: J/4. bulldog. 9646614. 964-7700 From
426-20 acres with 400 pecan trees, 2/27 Plumbing Supplies
Itpd WANTED Stl N. T.mpl. A...
I older country home, 69500. Owner FREE DOG TO GOOD HOME: 2'/i yr. old V.rnl.' P. Odom S.o..r.GR'l Durrance -
financed with $20,000 down. Lab mix;loving good with kids, great Joy Thornton Associate Pump & Supply _
S422--5 Ac, older home newly paved swimmer and watchdog. Call collect CHARLOTTE'S WEBB: Now taking consignment ---- t
road pecan & fruit tr.... Lowdown evenings! 9042418924. 2/27 2tpd 3/6 Items Clothing Toys low$30s. e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed _
3 BEDROOM 1 bath nice '
I and Used Items. 138 -
Handcralts New
payment Ave. Sterke 964-7061YF
US 301 North, 164 N.Temple
4428-5.60 ac. with brick home, two N. Water St. Call 964-7100 964-5732 .
.1 ACRE: : with well; owner finance
9648569. 1/9TF
other spaces now renting room for
more mobile spaces 40000. WANTED Children's and Infants clothes ing.
DINING ROOM toys, furniture and misc. items. Call LOTS: Graham area owner financing

Charlottes Webb 9647100. 138 N. 1 acre up.
Ask about our farms, residential
listings, and commercial property. SERVERS Water St. Eves call 96 .S732 or .5 ACRES 476' on 301 South. Carpet (Any Sootohl.rd

I W. also have bank repo properties 3 Needed Immediately 9648569. 1/30TF LOTSi. zoned for trailersacre to Room $1495 t I.
financed $500
1 / acre owner
2-room space for rent utilities Included Experience Preferred A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: down. Gleaning I Hall) 1.11.11..
at $395 a month.G. Run of for sale Item In
Must Be At Least 21 a picture your Commercial Building-Call for

ajaN.lemple Ave No phone calls. Apply In our Info FOR call 9646305.SALE BY OWNER Section For d.talls.Tim's Florida Carpet Cleaning ft Dye Co.


U.S. 301 North We spoelalizo in cltanlng and ro-dyolat of wall to wall carpet, fkraHiira

'INCO POIATIOOKI Starke ole.nlnl.nd Inside auto detailing.Wo offer kids oa oommorolal eeatraots.
I Custom ) Quality work at low, low prioot. C.II..wle make aR .".I.I"e.t.
2/27 1
964.931 473.3096 JI -J l'; I Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

Remodeling : .,
New "",.J '" e R.sm* tier Call 964.4997 Call a IkeieerefCksneer
Cabinets *Tile Ceilings I 400 HIt. ............
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I Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall I'I echo suede t4 --..*

Roberts Real Estate Mobil.Home Underpinning (Skirting" ) 1 : r -.

In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone -
986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL Free Estimates /

964.6262 Call Tim Thompson ::- HOMES '...--

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eCOMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301, TF 964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves t o 10% Off
50000. Call Todayl! BEAUTIFUL .0\1'
Insulated WIndows
.. ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewlde mobile home. Only -- Installed

75000. Owner terms possible. -
CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, screen porch, 1 acre lot, a BARGAINS FROM JJT" .'$ OF NORTH ,-
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good Investment at $23,500. Center Kitchen B Lavatory Faucets _
The Bargain
640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly In For

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 ... 'ii "< Pipe Insulation WeatherstrlpplngX 00 FLORIDA Cleaning

per acre! I.COMPLETE I. > 3', pvc Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire _-,

Well Pumps $.7' H. J17.TS 250' felt $6.50 per roll

George W. Roberts Jr. Broker Home. Supplies Llghtpoles Cabinet a Electrical t Plumbing Supplies. .

964-6058 Evenings ,
s.e 215 E. Call St.
Gaines CSM Salesman/Appraiser *'
Terry A. /"0
964-4181 Evenings Starke, Fla.
Lee i yvillle.Mae 964-6679: Hwy. 301 South Starke TF .


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r Union County Ads \ Bradford County Traffic Court Feb. 18The

.-- following individuals appeared months, attend DWI school, 50 hours attend DWI school, Salvation Army Anthony Joseph Boulros pled guil-
NOTICE: FOR RENT in Bradford County Traffic community work under supervision supervision six months. ty to battery; placed on six months ...
-- -- -- Crim'nal Court Feb. 18 before Judge of Salvation Army for five months. Robert Warren Spitze.ll pled guil- probation, violate no laws of state
George Pierce to receive final Gloria Ann Griffin pled guilty ty DWI; fined $362 license suspended and pay $35 court costs. State attorney
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES disposition. DWLS; must produce valid license six months, 50 hours communitywork dismissed of
mated, to the Union County Times of. FOR RENT Union 150 .
: Count/Times. and pay $49.50 or pay $100.75.Gloria attend DWI school Salvation conduct and
disorderly resisting arrest -
(lice in writing and paid 'in advance Main Street Lake Butler. Phone Ann Griffin Improper
pled guilty Army supervision
Arther Lee Clayton pled no contestto without violence.
unless credit established
is already 496.2261 for information tfn
he produced valid tag; must produce valid tag Kato Webb pled guilty DWI; fined
with, this office On., two and three bedroom mobile improper tag; a Martin G. Smith pled guilty retail
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD homes. All electric central heat and tag and case was dismissed. and pay $25 court costs. $624.50, license suspended cix months theft Rawsons; Salvation Army
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN air. cable TV. Basketball and Arthur Lee Clayton pled no contest Joseph David Luke pled no contest 50 hours community work, attend supervision 50 hours communitywork
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER playground. Pines Call 496.2366. unlawful speed; fined 4150. DWLS; presented valid license DWI school, Salvation Army violate no laws,
THE TELEPHONE. SR121. Lake Butler. 1/9 tln/chg. Bruce Edward Beatty pled guiltyno ordered to pay $35 court costs. supervision.Malin Peggy S. Stevens-Jones pled guilty
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. Six room house, with swimming pool. valid driver's license (NVDL); Dusty Edward Roberts pled guiltyno Leon Dick pled no contest shopping cart theft; dismissed
NOON prior to Thursday publication. Near lake Butler reoscmble rates nice produced valid license ordered to tag; produced valid tag dismissed. DWLS; fined $100,73. Randy W. Jones charged with
Minimum, charge IS words for $2.75. location. Call 496 3018. 1/9 tfn/chg pay $25 court costs. Michael Renard Davis pled guilty shopping cart theft; dismissed.
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. Office and Warehouse space located in Harold Bellamy pled guilty Douglas E. Wilton pled not guilty improper tag; must produce valid Charles Jackson, Jr. pled guilty
Union County Times Building at 150 NVDL; fined $100.75. NVDL; produced valid license, tag and pay $25 court costs or pay trespass after warning; dismissed.
West Main. Call 496.2261. for more information Robert James Glover pled no con dismissed. $100.75. Susanne A. Short pled guilty retail
It 2 27PERSONAL test driving while license suspended John Michael Wilson pled no con- Jody Lee Griffis pled no contest no theft; court probation 90 days,
REAL ESTATE (DWLS) ; produced valid license test DWLS; fined 10075. tag; produced valid tag ordered to violate no laws
SERVICESSeptic ordered to pay $25 court costs. Walton Lee Henderson pled no pay $25 court costs. Wayne Green pled guilty battery;
OUT OF AREA Thomas Gerald Alderman pled contest DWLS; sentenced to ten Gerald Williams pled guilty ordered to pay $28 restitution.
guilty DWLS; fined $179.50, 50 hours days in jail.Alane DWLS; fined $100.75.
Tanks Brice Jane, Septic' Tanks. J, Williams pled guilty Marie Roberts pled guilty
work under Salvation Mary
New septic tanks, drain lines lift stations
PERTY r 1 If I don have It, I III find, It. Just and pump out tanks. After 7 Army supervision for 90 days. DWLS; fined$100.75 under Salvation NVDL; ordered to produce valid MENTAL HEALTHTo
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. A.M.. Call 275.2268, After 7 P.M.. Call Antonette Marie Berry pled guilty Army supervision. license and pay$49.50 or pay$100.75.
Alane J. Williams pled guilty Scott L. Salazar pled not guilty no
.7. : or 4062903 eves "YOUR 275 2197. tfnchg. 1/23 NVDL; must produce valid license learn
DWI; fined $624.50, license suspended valid driver license ordered to more about mental
IINION COUNTY REALTOR tfn Tractor Work Plowing mowing and and pay $49.50! or pay $100.75. ; pro-
health, call Tel-Med at 9644896or
Home or mobile home lots Different disking Experienced and reasonable. Rodney Michael Carton pled guil- five years, attend DWI school 50 duce valid license and pay $49.50 or
378-0007 and ask for these tapes
location in Homosossa Springs, $100 Bill Arnold. Call 4963135. 1/30 6tpd. ty driving while intoxicated (OWl; hours community work under Salva- pay $100.75. by number
down Paved streets, central water 3'6 fined $362 license suspended six Kennel supervision one year. :
storting 5995. 12 1 2 percent for 12 Steve Hill pled guilty Misdemeanor Court 33 Tension
veal Henry Dingus, Lie Real Estate DWI; fined $624.50, license suspended Richard W. Mikell pled no contest 42 I'm just tired doctor
_-...r I(90-1628 4500. 112/6 LAND FOR SALE NOTICE five years attend DWI school. exposure of sexual organs, case 144 dying Emotional experiences of the
Salvation Army supervision one dimissspd.
726 Psychosomatic Illness It's
FOR SALE year. Martha K. Alexander'pled guilty
I 7 acres with 2 fish ponds 21 1 /2 miles east 17.62TRAIN Lloyd Steve Lane pled gultv DWI; worthless check $28.34 to Kenwin; not all In your head
of Lake Butler on SR.1 100, includes 1982 fined $362 license suspended six ordered to make restitution and 727 Schizophrenia
Wall unit lighted (gr.at for ttereo.TV or 14'x64'moble home 10x40'addition NOW FOR months 50 hours community work pay 728 When should I see a
$50 court costs.
books. table with six chairs
Dinning and 20 x20 carport plus large outbuilding CIVIL SERVICE psychiatrist
good condition. Need to set!Yto make .
Call 4963945. Itpd. 2-27
room for new Call to ...-r 44-3206 EXAMSG
after 6 P.M. It 2/27 E.D Available If Needed
17' deep freeze. Good condition Positions Start As High As
reasonable Call 4963700. Itch:]. 2'27 CARSTRUCKSUsed

1978 Ford Bronco Call Mr. Howard POST$9.22 OFFICE HOUR. CLERICAL : Griid-
at 496.2601. 2 27 2tchg. 3/6 5 MECHANICS INSPECTORSKeep 11'ppennig
Present Job While Preparing
HELP WANTED HOMES At Home ForQovernment Exams
Wnlr & Include hom- No
National Training Service Inc.
Government Jobs $16,040$59,230iyr. Government Homes from $1 (U repair).
Now hiring. Call 18056876000.( ) Ext. Also delinquent tax property. Call P. O. Drawer A
R-1136 for current federal list. 213Btpd 1 1(805)687( ) .6000, Ext GH-1136, for Infor STARKE, FLORIDA
4 3 motion 2'13 Btpd. 4'3
life Insurance agent needed Growing Brick home Three bedroom, In Lake 32091 1 3'6
company Experienced. Need 218 life Butler' 990 S.W. 1st Terrace. Call
and 220 property and casualty licenses. 4963737. 2/27 tfnchg. -
Guaranteed salary and commission. THE PENNYWEIGHT
Send resume to.: P.O. Drawer A Storke. Bullion
Fla. 32091 or ISO W. Main lake Butler. INSURANCEMAINES
2 Flo 32054. Interview to follow. Gold & Silver

204tchg.3'13 INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S. ,
Raiford residents part time janitorial Six'
Lake Avenue Lake Butler 4963978.
months experience references required Hnoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaae 106 N Church Street
Complete Insurance Service
Call 1-800.221.9130. Itchg Storke Flo 32091)
2 27Pick
((904)) 964 5081
Up Eggs on breeder chicken, farm. a QUALITY CLEANING : Buy Sell -- TradeSPECIAL
No phone calls please Take CR 235 i SERVICE t4 !
towards Brooker from lake Butler i ,
pass ,railroad veer right on New lIver8ap' i CARPETS: Horn. ur Office 4a Wheat Cents Rolls J's ,Li ,
''' Church Road. Gene Andrews 99 -. .5, a, 4 i
(faun" is nn left llpd 2 27 i
call: 473-3857
-- tin, a ((1909.1958 Mixed Dates)

BROADWAY & WALTERS 1. --Fi"LLDIRT-'t 1 All Gold 4.85 Filled Rings -wi:: i

TREE SERVICE 1 INSTALLED Raven 25 Auto Hand Guns t1r V,'. YShVY.S

,; Call Anytime I 14995MIVTSETS
1 Hampton I '
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Stump Removal L __ 468SISTER ::2 1455; ; ..:.J 0554.I Hi 00 I --10 1911.I 11 I 17 10 SOV..S .
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473.7097 473.7679 Reader and advisor on all i.e 1500...... ,1077 S W Moriuoo
After 5 P.M problems of life. 11.v.'ng dif ::: us cum oo: i i::r: sso irs uona MOUui
ficulties or problems? ,.., oo inooo iwo. .M ton. Sheets and Comforter Packs
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Keystone Heights'Licensed n4' IM
visit will convince: youl I ,.... 'so. srso |"'"U 400 ii a
& Insured tin 'icc J7S ,M.OO |1514. .. .00 UOOv '* :,r- Waterbeds Low As $149.00 S79.95 Reg J119.95 SAVE $40.00
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I No Down Payment GOLD SILVER COINS U.S. 301 Across from Farmer's Market

::1' Many Sizes_ and Styles with Free Your Penny Birth Date OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 10 AM to 6 PM

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Renagade, 5 Speed Red, Stepside, Automatic, 4 Door C

5 Chrome Wheels, KC Lites, AM-FM Stereo, Air Cond., 5 Speed Transmission, -tQ

Tilt Wheel and More, Chrome Wheels, Tool Box, 4 Cly. Engine, 0LV

JANE S. USHERYour A Sharpie! V-8 Engine, Like New! Air Condition. C

496-2126 Union County or 496-2903 Realtor $5988 $4988 $3388

340 W. Main St., Lake Butler

Real Estate..The Largest and Best USED CARS USED TRUCKS USED CARS

Investment You Will Ever Make
79 GMC Caballero 1981 Buick Regal 1984 Regency 98

WORTHINGTON SPRINGS (..) Laradeo Automatic, Automatic, Bucket Seats, Brougham, 4 Door, C

BEAUTIFUL HOME and income producing property. Air Condition, Cruise Console Shift Air Conde Loaded with All Toys C)
financed. ,
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oven, stove, fenced back yard. Ideal location, walking $3688 X493510,483L

distance to town. CO I
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100 acres to 350 acres. USED CARS USED TRUCKS USED CARS co


.3 BEDROOM HOME on one acre needs small amount of

repair. Price IS negotiable. ORIAN WELLS


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February, 19116 SECTION Liege

ObituariesJohn I Body Image Inc.Hwy.

A. AndrewsMr. Ethel Luke, both of Nashville, Ga., daughters, Beverley' O'Brien of .
John Almond Andrews, 79, of Reba Stoddard of Ipsilanta Mich., Keystone; 11 grandchildren and 17
Starke, died Feb. 19 at Bradford and Leona Merritt of Broxton, Ga. great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at a Funeral services were held Feb.
Hospital extended il-
lness. following an later date in Lovein Funeral Home 21 in Community Church of 21 North of Keystone Heights 473.3324

Born and raised In Union County, in Nashville, Ga. Burial will be in Keystone with Rev. Buddy Friedlin
he was the son of the late John Slicer Mt. Paran Cemetery in Ocilla, Ga. officiating. Burial followed in An
and Viola Renfro Andrews, former Local arrangements were handledby Greenlawn Cemetery under the Aerobics & Exercise Studio
direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
pioneer residents of Union County.He .
was retired from the State Road Heights. Keystone. FEATURING:
Dept. as foreman and a member of
the Church of Christ in Starke. Mrs. Dorothy Shaw Mrs. Maggie NormanMrs. Wood-Over-Air Aerobics Floor Monthly Memberships (Individual & Family)
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Mae Shaw, 75, of Maggie Crews Norman,87, of .
Eula Andrews; daughter, Mrs. Blan- Raiford,died Wednesday, Feb. 12, in Lawtey, died Feb. 19 in Bradford Continuous Classes Certified Instructors
che Collinsworth; and son, Elmo Lee Bradford Hospital following an extended Hospital following a brief illness.
Andrews, all of Starke; three illness. Born Feb. 14, 1899 in Highland, Rhythmic Aerobics Choreography Advertised in SHAPE Magazine.rj .
brothers, W.II. Andrews of Starke, Born May 6, 1910 in Macon, Ga., Mrs. Norman was a lifelong residentof .
A.T. and Paul Andrews of Graham; Mrs. Shaw moved to Raiford five Lawtey. She was a homemakerand
four sisters, Mrs. Elva Lee Edwardof years ago from Miami. She was a a member of First Baptist )
Starke, Mrs Gertrude Walker of member of First Baptist Church of Church of Lawtey. II A PROGRAM FOR EVERYONE!
Ft. Myers, Mrs. Emma Crews of Starke and a homemaker. Survivors include her husband,
South Carolina, and Mrs. Juanita Survivors include her husband, Lacey J. Norman; one step-son,
Wells of North Carolina; and three Whared Carl Shaw; daughter, Larry Norman of Lawtey; sister, rli i
grandchildren. Dorothy Elizabeth Olivier! of Florence McCormick of Tampa; Children's
Aerobics 12/rnos
Funeral services were held Satur- Chiefland; three sons, John Henry granddaughter Rhonda Tillotson of I
day, Feb" 22 at Archie Tanner Dowling of Raiford, Robert Leon Lawtey.Funeral.
Funeral Home in Starke with Rev. Dowling and Donald Richard Dowl- services were held Satur- -- --
Don Weaver officiating. Burial ing of Miami; 13 grandchildren and 3 day, Feb. 22, at First Baptist Churchof I1 -- -- ---
followed In Elzey Chapel in Lake great grandchildren. Lawtey with Rev. Charles Starling G? GEORGIA McFADDEN
ituiit.T with Archie Tanner Funeral Funeral services were held Fri- and Rev. David Brown of
Home of Starke in charge of ar day, Feb. 14 in First Baptist Church ficiating. Burial followed in CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS. OWNER-OPERATORS
rangements.Mrs.. with Rev. Ben Bryant officiating. Evergreen Cemetery under the
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Burial followed in Sapp Cemetery direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Rosa Sapp under the direction of Jones Funeral Starke.
Mrs. Rosa Agnes Thornton Sapp, Home of Starke. In MemoryOf ..J SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

80 Butler, died Hospital Monday after, Feb.an ejttrtided 24 in Lake il Mrs. Geneva BennettMrs. Our Dear Son DavidIt HOURSMonday/Wednesday: / 6:30: am.9 p.m.; Friday 6:30: am.930: p.m.

lness. Geneva Monks Bennett, 87,of has been three long years March Tuesday/Thursday/ 9:00: am.900: p.m.; Sat. 9:00: a.m. til NoonMon.Wed.Fri.
Born in Baker County, she lived Keystone Heights, died Thursday, 1 that you have been gone out of our
most of her life in Union County. She Feb. 20 in Alachua General Hospital lives, but never out of our thoughts.We / .* '
brief illness. think of smiling face and 7:00 7:45 p.m. 7.00-7:45:
was a member of New River New following a your p.m.
Congregational Methodist Church. Born Feb. 23, 1898 in Shepherd, the funny things you used to say and 6.30: -7:15: am.Met Flex a Stretch; Aerobic. Dance Flex a Stretch; 20.Mln. Style Aerobics
& Stretch
Survivors include two daughters Mich., Mrs. Bennett moved to do. These are the good memories we & Stretch ; 20'Mln. Style Aerobics; Flex 7:45 B:30: p.m. 7:45.8:30: p.m.
Rosalee Starling of Macclenny and Keystone Heights 16 years ago from have left. Although you are not withus 9:00.9:30 Flex a Stretch; Body. Sculpting Body Sculpting;Flex a Stretch
Evelyn Kelly of Lake Butler; two Jacksonville. She was a member of here, you are always in our Center : Individual: i m. Work.Outs 8:30 B:40: p.m. 9:00 p m.
Opens. ,
sons, Shelton J. Sapp of Abilene,Tx., Community Church of Keystone, the thoughts. You are still very much Registrations/Consultations Rex a Stretch ClosingSaturday
and H.D. Sapp of Lake Butler; two American Legion Post 88 in Jackson- with us. Son, we will be with you 9:30 -10.15: a.m.Flex 9:00: p.m.Closing
brothers, Clarida Thornton of ville, and a homemaker. soon. '
Jacksonville and Calvin Thornton of Survivors include one son, EdwinT. We love you very much A Stretch; Aerobic Dance 'No Classes Alter 5:30: on FridaysTuesdayThursday 9:00 9.50: I.m.
Macclenny; 17 grandchildren and 19 Bennett of Keystone; two Mom, Dad, Bianca & Family Flex 4 Stretch 10:15-;:Body 1100am.Sculpting: / Flex a Stretch; 20 Mln. Style Aerobics;
great grandchildren.!: Body Sculpting
11:00: am. 12:00: Noon 9:00.9:30: : a.m. .
Funeral services will be held Flex & Stretch; Kalorle Kickers; Easy Does Center Individual Workouts, 1:50.10:40: a.m.Flex
Thursday, Feb. 27 at 2 in New Opens. a Stretch; Kalorle Kickers; Easy Does
p.m. : It Flex A Stretch
1T ; Registrations/Consultations/ Etc.
River New Congregational Pr 10:40.: 12 Noon
Methodist Church with Rev. John W. 930-: 1030am.: Flex a Stretch; Aerobic Dance; Body
Yarbrough and Rev. D.W. Rickards Flex a Stretch; Kalorle Kickers; Easy Does Sculpting; Flex a Stretch
officating. Burial will follow in South Eddie Starlingis 1:00.3:00: Closed: p.m. It; Flex 4 Stretch 12 Noon
Prong Cemetery in Baker County. 10:30 11:30 a.m. Closing
3.00 3 30
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Archer Funeral Home of Lake readyto Center Open. Individual Work p.m.Outs Elc. Flex a Stretch; Aerobic Dance; Body
Butler is in charge of arrangements. Sculpting;Flex a Stretch
3:30.4:00: : p.m. Flex a Stretch
periods are strongly recommended
Save You
Moneyon Flex & Stretch; 20.Mln. Style Aerobics before engaging any form of exercise.
Mrs. Mary Brown
Car Truck 4:00: 4:35: p.m. : Failure stretch properly and warm
Mrs. Mary Owens Brown, 68, of a or Rex & Stretch; Body Sculpting 1:00 4.00 p.m. up the muscles can result In Injury.
Starke, died Monday at her home OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET 4:35: 5:15: pm. Closed
following a brief illness. Flex S Stretch; Aerobic Dancing: ;; Flex 4 4 00 5:00: On Saturdays, Flex a Stretch periods are
Born and raised in Duval County, exrele 4 New Used
# or Stretch Children's Aerobics combined with the beginning and endings of
she moved to Starke in 1953 when she T5 5:45.6:45: p.m. 5:30 6.30: p.m. previous classes. Please be sure to come
married the late Willie Howard Call Eddie Today! Flex t Stretch; 20'min Style; Body Flex a Stretch; 20 Mln Style Aerobics; and Stretch before you begin an aerobic or
Brown. She was a member of Sculpting; Flex a Stretch Flex 4 Stretch floor exercise: segment.
Body Sculpting;
Church of
Bayless Highway Baptist
Survivors include one daughter
Mrs. E. Catherine Mette 301 North Starke 964.7500 sue
; one son, Edward W. Hill of .lIhLouAnn's
West Salem, Wise., two sisters, Mrs.
Sarah Graham of Jacksonville and
Mrs.Ella Mae Hunley of Chattanooga
Tenp.nin; grandchildrenand Azalea& Blueberry

nine greatgrandchildren.Funeral Located off 100 South towards Keystone take right on

at 11 services a.m. Friday will morning be conducted at 24th Street, follow signs or T' IoRIDA SPECIALS THIS WEEK AT FLORIDA PEST CONTROL'S

the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Call 964.7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30: Lawn & Garden Center
Home with Rev. Robert Gillis officiating PEST
Burial will be in Brown Azalea Sale 15 % Off 539 East Call Street Starke
Cemetery in Starke. Archie Tanner ONTROL
Funeral Home of Starke is in chargeof Our Winter Stock Inventory Includes.... OPEN 9.6Call 964.5745
and shrubs, Junipers and more. atNrncuro
arrangements. Azaleas Dogwoods, various holly trees
Available Now... Patio slack and standard Anna Apples and Blueberries,we have

Wilson McMillanMr. them all, ready for'86 yields and grapes galore. Don't forget the tigs! !Special' Purchase Extra Large
Wilson McMillan, 66, of Our Gift Shop Is Now Open BLOOMING

Keystone Heights, died Wednesday, Free estimates on landscaping maintenance Call Ben Hightower at 964.7109 AZALEA'S BOSTON FERN
Feb. 19, at his residence. And Remember.... "All Nature Sings of Jesus" I TIN ,
Born July 18, 1919 in Nashville\ ,
Ga., Mr. McMillan was a retired service Approx. 36" Across
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station owner and a veteran of ::
World War II, U. S. Army. ; 'J 10" Basket 99
Survivors include two brothers, : 10
Jessie McMillan of Tallahassee and JO ANN'SA Reg. 15.99 . Only
Randall McMillan of Ocilla\ Ga.', I- !
four sisters, Eula F'erguson andTELMED Speciality Gift Shop' .. LIMITED SUPPLY HURRY!

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& hand loomed afghans 16-4-8 Premium Pellets
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related topics call Tel-Med at Hours: 10-530M-F: ... lOor 2 1995 fort Home
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Standard & Dwarf Varieties minor elements plus sulphur for that deep green uwmrocn I I

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Prune Out Winter Kill with These Specials

Brown Bag Seed Potatoes


... $ fi49 50 lb. Bag or 19 Ib.

Tufted carpet makes up a sizeable $15'0Bring per bag 1 Lb. Plants up to POULAN SAW

portion market, but of few today's consumers floor have covering the & Leftover Your/ Needles Yarn Values to 35" 4.00'0 sq. ft. . 2495)) Model No. 2000 12"

to see it being manufactured
opportunity. to make a> fashion rte,
It is a relatively simple operation. A garment. &. ,\ i POUIOd 2.0 cu. In engine
of or some O *r
back made |jute ir
primary synthetic fabric Is run through a tufting Control Hi l+ield Solid State Ignition

machine which is something like FREEINSTRUCTION NEWSummer Most Insect 0/a5zlnon/ Automatic Chain Oling

an oversized sewing machine. The ] Wts about 7% IDS. Reg '154.95
inserted In the backing Pests t I in 1.
tufts of yarn are
by thousands of tufts needles then working coated Q Yarns the Yard! 119 99
in unison.
with latex on the side of the lute to Cotton Blends Pastels

hold them permanently In place. Red, White Blue
We have a fine selection of carpels. and a Easy to Apply ..
Select for a heavily traveled area, or y NO. 2500 Power Blower
Infrequently used Beautiful Metallic Granules Can Also
for .
something lighter *
areas for the home. We can fill, Be Used In the Garden UL Reg. 59 39 9 9

| your rm..Hi to Control Cut Worms Listed SPECIAL ....

Teal Tile & More Lightweight we! balanced drivers

10 lb. treats 5,000 f ft. 125 MPH wind velocity. Sweeps away
1517 BessentIload .
& Carpet leaves clippings, etc. from walks
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St. I' Starke, Florida Reg. drives patio gutters 1 yr. limited
131 N. Cherry 964-6300 7.40 . Sale warrintv.
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Mercenary's Client Gets Death SentenceA


A ,, man who paid $IOKIO to parole. A life sentence is expected in son's two children from her former taken jewelry to her Gainesville NEEDS CONTACT
have his wife killed has beens the Alachua murder case also, he husband who had legal custody and jeweler to be appraised and cleaned. :
,'nt'l'I'd l by a jury to death by legal will not bo sentenced until he makes had removed them from Watson's The jewelry was identified duringthe
injection( one YI'arlfh'r the contract good on a promise to testify against home Oct. 31, MM.I investigation as belonging to
killing occurred.llohcrt four co-defendants in the murder- After receiving Banister's request Sandra Black (learn admitted he Bill's Welding
"Bob" Black, 39, of Bryan, for-hire case. llearn came to Gainesvilleand took the jewelry but said he had
Texas was found guilty Monday of In exchange for his pleas and his the situation escalated from a disposed of the jewelry in Colorado, ,
capital murder by a jury in Brazos promise to testify against his codefendants kidnapping to murder. according to Investigator Clark. Worthington Springs ,
County, Texas. Feb. 26 at 10:30: a.m. learn was guaranteedby Batie was killed Jan 6 at 5 a.m. Debra Banister was found guilty DAYS
the prosecutors that they won't Subsequently and partially becauseof NIGHTS \
thejury concluded their August, 1985 of second-degree *
punishment-sentencing phase and seek the death penalty Charged in loam's involvement with Mrs. murder in the shooting death of her 496 2741 or. ., 496 ;
recommended death In Texas the the Alachua: murder is Marlene Sims Banister it was decided that Joe husband and was sentenced to 17 496.2534 .
recommendation of the jury is binding Watson; her sister Debra Banister; Banister would IK killed on Feb 2, years in prison. She and her family :'
and Watson's and 8anistt'r'span'nts 1DH5 by llearn. \
await trial in Gainesville for the f
Black hired John Wayne Ilrurn Franklin and Iris Sims. After Banister's killing. Alachuaand murder of her former brotherinlaw -
last t February to murder his wifeSandra Ironically the man who pulled the Bradford County investigators
according to Investigator trigger in all three murders will not joined forces and Hearn was I
l Don Denton. It was not the first time receive the death penalty unless developed as a suspect along with rI'r
(deck had attempted to get rid of his llearn refuses to cooperate then the Mrs. Banister and the entire Sims I'
wife to court state will be free to seek the death family. CHRYSLER >.
Twice according during 1 the past two years two penalty in Florida.All Black also contacted Hearn [ 1{ :: ..
ether people had been contacted to three murders were a result of through his ad.Following STA R KE PLYMOUTH '' '/ )
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do I the killing. Black wanted his wife llearn advertising "security ser.vi"l's" a paper trail until -- j
Brad'; 'or her life insurance money in Soldier of Fortune March 14 when llearn was arrestedin DODGE '
.mil he wanted to be free to be withIn magazine. Hearn called his firm Texas, investigators were able to IcilllYSLEiil(;
girl friend, Teresa Heather- World Security Group and the ad offered develop a case against him not only __ .
miii>ii. Ills first cousin from Apple 'ex-Marine Nam vets, in Florida but also in Texas for a U.S. 301 North 964.6081 -- m ,
Viilley. California lleatherington's weapons specialists, available for total of three homicides Subsequently Home of the 5
year 50,000 mile Ii2ilm!
divorce was final just two days after high risk'assignments in U. S and cases were developed Factory Warranty
S.-iiidra. Black was shot. overseas. against the rest of the participantsand and Rust Protection Plan
.....in. who i is incarcerated in Debra Banister contacted llearn arrests were made. ;;::
prison in Florida, testified he met by leaving a message on a telephone j]
Bob Black at a shopping center near answering machine that llearn had Plymoulfi
the Black home Feb. 21, 1985. Hearn set up in suburban Atlanta. Hearn'sservices During the investigation it was
said he left his rental car and were required to get WatT learned that Debra Banister had I
travelled with Black to his home. 1982 Buick 1983
Black took learn into his home -

make where it they look ramsaked like a burglary the braise llearn to 4 Dr., Century Limited, AM/FM/ PS, PB, 4 Dr., 5th Avenue, aulO-.TS, PB, AC,

remained inside the house to wait for s3 OO gL U'I ogPtCL4J.7l AC, Auto, Loaded, One Owner, Low Miles P Windows, P Locks, Tilt, AM/FM plus more
Sandra, 36. When she came home t C4SIONt101PY
11 earn said he shot her twice in the .

hciul.llearn. \ .t,,, $5,67700Delivered $9,30000
then left in Mrs. Black's 'I.'!> .
vehicle, returned to the shopping

drove center to and the got airport into his and rental left car Texas.and JOllu I( (Incl. Tax, Tag & Title) Incl. Tax, Tag & Title)

Black returned to his home the
d.i> he had left llearn there to kill his p C&t1
wife with his 16-year-old son. Black BA'Days
staled\; in the yard and let his son JJ
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hud his mother's body in the house, $1,00000(
Rebates to selected models
according to court testimony -' up ( )
: 496.2534 Joan Feuston
Denton returned
from Texas this week after testify Nights: 496.2741 Dorothy Seay
ing before the court last Friday in
the Black murder trial. Denton introduced WILL DELIVER! i"i
testimony placing a copy ofa UCfz? iW APR Financing Availableon
letter and a cashier's check for As Low As....
$1,000 into evidence. The check was ( selected models)
made out to Hearn from Robert
Black and the letter Hearn
was to using

signed the with code a large name B"Skipper"and indicated and R & J'S SAW SHOP GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 28, 1986

u hen would be a good time to be in ,
Texas. While going through recordsof Worthington Springs 496.2534 I
telephone calls made by Hearn
from his home in South Carolina during -

murders the ,investigion Black's telephone of two number Florida Sales & RepairsChain EW North Florida's Complete All-Lines .

appeared When Hearn's motherwas
asked about Black she produceda [[CHRYSLER] Chrysler DealerNo

copy of the letter and check Hearn Dealer Add-On Stickers...

received When Denton Feb. 14., Investigator Wiley Saws & LawnmowersOPEN No Delivery Fees...
Clark, Assistant State Attorney
!Mack Futch and Alachua authorities [Plymouth J] YOUR NO-NONSENSE DEALER!

returned to Florida they contacted __ e ..,.
: the Texas authorities to ask about 8:00-5:00
: Monday-Friday : :
Black and found his wife had been

with murdered the Florida thus linking murders.that murder Saturday 8:00: 1:00: (Look for our new dealership/facilities under construction now!)

Hearn pled guilty in April, 1985 to
the Bradford County murder of Joe
Banister and the Alachua County -
murder of Cecil Batie.

A.Banister Hearn"Buzzy"murder was Green sentenced by to Circuit life in Judge for prison the R. If Our Rates Were Any Lower

with a minimum 25 years without Mortgage

World For Day March of PrayerSet 7 Drop Off The Page.

World Day of Prayer on Friday,
March 7 is a worldwide call to
prayer observed by Christian
women of many traditions in the

United counties States and regions and more of the than world 170 Fixed Rate 30-Year Mortgage 1 1-Year c Adjustable Mortgage Loan

area Christian are invited women to the in 11 the a.m.Starke ser 2% points, 10.85% A.PR 2 '/! points, 10.67% AIR?

the First Christian Church on
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West Call St. Following the program
everyone is invited to attend a '
covered dish luncheon in the church % %

hall. .
10.5 8.875

"Choose Life," theme of the 1986
service, articulates the hard choices
women are called upon to make if
peace is to be achieved in today's
world. This service is a challenge to

year's women women World of of the Australia Day world of Prayer who from wrote Christian worship this Fixed Rate 15 Year Mortgage 2 % points, 10.83% A.PR

materials. It calls women to make
decisions and take actions that will
begin to change the injustices and inequities
that cause suffering to
countless numbers of the world's

people Day of Prayer, celcoraletl this

year for the 99th consecutive year, T
began in the United States in 1887 as
a day of prayer for mission by
laywomen in the Presbyterian
Church. It now has spread
worldwide and acts as a catalyst for ,
women to come together in continu-
ing relationships of prayer and action

for peace. -Ic 'd' .

Church Women United, sponsor of ,
World Day of Prayer in the United 4 ,
States, is the ecumenical Movementthat .
brings Protestant Roman
Catholic and Orthodox women
together into one Christian community Florida Federal
of prayer, advocacy and ser .
vice. Church Women United (CWU) @

represents a broad spectrum of I Ml.Ml,:111.* Ml ..", .. .
religious tradion race, age, 'rJiI'sutilY, I in' i II.HW 1.M'.1 N1.1.1
economic status and ethnic
background and works through a national -
unit, 52 state units (including (:.\ I KIM-)Till;11\\1\lOR THE UX'AI'ION: 'W MLMtEST: H.OKII111'l) 1 KM. Ol IUT.(:
greater Washington, D. C. and Puerto -
Rico) and 1,800 local units.
Downtown Gainesville GainesvilleThe'aah Starke acela. '
World Day of Prayer offerings 220 N Main Snoot 67O7 Newborry Road 395! W Madison, Struct 30.IJ S W Collrgr FU .
377-3344 375-2700 964 5000 231.7204
make in the missionof '
possible part Galnesvllle'Unlverslty Keystone Heights Lake Butler /,
Church Women United including 3501! W University, Ave Lawrence Blvd 4 175! W M.unSlMMil .'. '
the Intercontinental Grants for Mis- 373-8462 Sylvan Way 4903614 ,. d :. .
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News Briefs

Two Trailers Newby was charged with disorder Eva J. Crawford was arrestedFeb. lion of probation, a capias chargingno elude and refusing to sign ciLihunAlbntton inf, to elude and was ordered! t I.> ,pi\
Distroyed By Fire ly conduct, resisting arrest with 22 for DUI I and DWLS, accor- valid driver license, according to pled guilty NVUI. and !111'1'! 11111.75()( fine.
violence and three counts of battery ding to Patrolman Hnds. Crawford's I Deputy Sammy ":unicl'. Bond was
Two mobile homes were completely of a law enforcement officer. Bond blood alcohol Content was .13 per set at $120, she Was released on her:
destroyed by an early Wednesday was set at 1250. cent when she was arrested at 2:11: own recogni/ancc. o _
morning fire.L.eanna Nichols turned himself in later in a.m., she had been stopped for runn-
Pendleton awoke to the the day and was charged with bat- ing a red light. Crawford was released Lynn Allen McLeaird, ::12) ot Lake Chevy-Olds
smell of smoke but was able to tery and trespass after warning. after a $302.50; surely bond was Starke was arrested Feb. 22 for
escape from her trailer without in- Bond was set at $1,000. posted. failure to appear to answer chargesof ,
jury. Probable cause of the fire wasa no lag and DWLS,according to In-
space heater which had been left Judge Predicts Sherrie Lynn Hartley, 19, of vestigator Aderholt. Bond was set at 19.95 I
on in the living room, according to Prison Starke was arrested Feb. 21 on a ,. $150.7! he was released I on his. own
the owner. Costs capias charging failure to appear to recognizance. I
The second trailer was: beside Face Sharp Rise answer charges of DWLS accordingto
Pcndlcton's home and was! used for Investigator David Aderhoil. Criminal General Oil Change Special
storage, according to Chief Dwayne Proposed changes in Florida's Bond was set at $100.75, she was Tony Albritton scheduled for e
was 5 Qts. Oil
sentencing Guidelines could result in .
Ilardee. Both trailers were com- released 1 on her own recognizance.Hartley : trial Feb.
24 of OWl
on charges ,
need for
pletely involved when the Starke a new prisons costing was air:D arrested for viola NVI>1.. fleeing or attempting to FillerLubricate'
Fire Department arrived at 1:39: $300,000,000 over the next ten years.
a.m., according to Firefighters Judge Nath C. Doughtie of Front SuspensionCheck
Doug Cooper and Nelson Green. Alachua County,who Is a member of
Also the Sentencing Guidelines Commis- All Fluid Levels
responding to the fire was, :
sion, told the Chiefland Civitan Club .
QR-IO manned bv Paramedics, Scot I :- --
Taylor and Haul West, and Tanker that stiffer sentences for residential MUST PRESENT
43 from Heilbron Springs mannedby burglars have been approved by the r
Harvey McCarthy.. This units Commission, and that these I 1I GM QUALITY THIS COUPON
supplied manpower and water supply changes now await legislative ap- TIRE MlEI SERVICE PARTS
< >t>i caponding were firefighters, i
Ruxtv Rarrelte, Tom Howe and Sentencing Guidelines becamelaw
Hardec and volunteers' Jack Nun- in 1983 and have,as one goal,the
nery, Darren Harder, Roger Howe, elimation of sentencing disparity Multi-Mile Polyester Glass Belted
between similar criminals who
Norman com-
Chapman Bryan Stephens
and Charlie Schaefer. mit similar crimes. Doughtie said Road Hazard Warranty 1
r-J'-nated: damage to the trailerswas that sentencing under Guidelines is i
420,000.The more revealing to the public since, i 16580U13 25.00 P16580R13 _
units responded the si-coml with elimination of parole, the ac- P18580D13 . ::;l
time when the fire starting smoldering tual sentence is given in court. A 27.00 P185-751f-14 . 38.00 ; Condition special
again around 7:30: a.m., accor- judge may deviate from the P19580B14P20575B14 30.00 P195-75R14* . 38.00 t Air
ding to Hardee. Guidelines only for a clear, convinc . 32.00 P20575H14P22575H15 . 40.00 ..'
ing and written reason. A sentence, : : : $2995Lake
either above or below the -z; P225-75B14 . 36.00 . 45.00 .,.,_
UCI Inmate Killed Guidelines, may be appealed. P215-75B-15 . 35.00 P23575H15 . 47.00 %. ChevyOldsCheck
With Broom HandleAn Judge Doughtie is serving his P22575B14P23575B15 . 36.00 4.00 Balance Each .1 System for Leaks & Discharge System
eighth year as a county judge and is
handle inmate fitted with used nails a cut-off at both broom endsto a candidate for circuit judge. -.- . 37.00 White Spoke Wheels $269 I Add up to 4 cans of Freon

fatally stab another inmate at Starke Man Arrested FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL 'iA.OR ?1: Adjust A/C/ Belt and Check Control Leversfor
Union Correctional Institution in : I Includes Set caster, camber A toe In to (FRONT or REAR) 0I
Raiford Wednesday night, Feb. 19. In FenderBenderJoe I manufacturers. spec. Inspect suspension Replace pads or shoes; resurface drums i', Proper Operation
Dave Lee Johnson, 31, died after -:, & steering system. For most American or rotors; pack bearings; bleed& adjust; i_'
he was stabbed 25 to 30 times at Curtis Harmon, 59, of Starke 9f. cars. Front wheel drive vehicles and road-test most American cars A trucks.I GM QUALITY 1m Must Present This Coupon
UCI's Southwest Unit, said Prison was arrested Feb. 23 for driving .t. Chevettes extra.Paris extra. Metallic parts extra when required. |.- @. SERVICE PARTSJ
Spokesperson Vernon Bradford. under influence and careless driving to Service AdvisorBRING
Johnson was serving a 15-year according to Patrolman K. R. I -- I : OtMIBAt MOIOftt COB*UUi"
sentence for armed Hinds, Jr. Harmon's blood alcohol TVfoTks* '
robbery conviction -> i: REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 10.95 59.95
in Orange Country in 1981. Mostof content was .24 percent. l'
the wounds were to his chest. He Harmon, driving a 1984 Madza :;: ABOVE COUPONS TO
was pronounced dead at UCI's infir pickup truck, failed to stop and CORBETTS TIRES & SERVICE
mary shortly after the incident. struck a 1978 Plymouth in the rear LAKE CHEVY-OLDS
Another inmate, Horace J. which had stopped for a stop sign at ', US 301- Temple Ave. 964-6436 o I

Harvey, 22, was injured and was Weldon St. and SR-16. _'1 -. .... ..' -,:: U.S. 301 North 964.7500
taken to the prison system's Recep- Damage to the Plymouth, driven ;; '--- :::-:7 I9I/J7 -- ?
tion and Medical Center Hospital in- by Raymond R. Edwards, 61, of -
Lake Butler. Starke, was $200. Damage tothe --
Harvey began pickup was $400.
serving a 45-year m m mmmm m ammmmm u mmuaifm mmmiimfimmimmimm* FmmXgmimaUUttail *taimmB BaBf>*
sentence in 1983 for an armed rob- Harmon was released after a
bery in Volusia County. $362.50 surety bond was posted. 9.90/0
General Motors APR
UCI investigators have a suspect announces Financingand
and about nine other inmates are in Arrests in BradfordThe
lock-up at UCI to prevent further

violence, Bradford said. in Bradford following County arrests were by made local Lake Chevy-Olds has more cars and trucksat


Lawtey Man Arrested 9.90/0 than other dealer. Listed below are
For Lewd Assault John J. McCutchen, 40, of Starke any
was arrested Feb. 21 on a capias
George Tower King, 43, of Lawtey charging grand theft, according to
was arrested Feb. 25 for lewd, Deputy Sammy Eunice. McCutchen 21 different models all at 9.90/0 Financing.
lascivious assault, according to In- allegedly took a tool box and ,
vestigator JohnTHley7';: assorted-tools which did not belong
K'mfi was released* on his own to him. Bond was set at $1,500, he i
$15,000.recoginzance after a bond was set at was recognizance.released on his own Save thousands with our discount prices and GMAC Special

Two ArrestedIn Starke Howard was Lewis arrested Johnson Feb., 22 20, for of 9.90/0 APR Financing. Come to Lake Chevy-Olds and test

Apts.parties FightsBoth involved in a fight at Darrell charged grand theft L.with,Williams.according stealing Johnson to a Patrolman bicycle was, drive the car of your choice and register for 200 cash draw- i

the were Brenda apartments arrested Lee Feb.Newby on 20.Brownlee, 22, was St. bond on was his set own at recognizance.$1,000,he\:1101 released ing, 500 if you purchase. Drawing will be March 31 at 5 pm

bleeding profusely about the neck ,
when police arrived to a disturbancecall Traffic

Patrolman Thursday.Kathy According Best, Newby to Carol Suzanne, Bryan of Mid- [FDf@rrD
would not calm down, and had to be DUI dleburg was arrested Feb. 23 for ?iu [ @ &ta 'f-f
restrained after she struck one of the acceding to Patrolman John
officers in the ribs and managed to HodgelBryan's\ blood alcohol was Cly
.23 percent when she was arrested at
bite two officers. She was taken to
Bradford Hospital where she received 1:10 a.m.: She was released after a
five stitches. $362.50 !surety! bond was posted. 0
Benjamin Lemark Nichols had
been told to leave Newby alone Walter Lee Henderson sentenced 1 .
earlier but returned and allegedly to 10 days in jail for DWLS was 9 go rtlM'PA B
fought with Newby, according to released to go to th hospital. He is to 10
Patrolman Best and Darrell return to jaiol upon his release from
Williams. the hospital to finish his jail time. jtW

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SI'outi170 Daisy, Brownies, year. Judy Dukes presented the
Juniors, Seniors and adults, enjoyed video of the campout and parade.A .
a wide game in Fellowship Hall at trip to Sangam with Gerri Boyce
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Saturday morning. former Starke resident and scout.
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learned new games lead by Cadette them from another country. A dona-
Troop 520 from other countries. The tion for the snacks went to the __
newest member of the scout family, Juliette Low World Friendship Scouts at Peking.., n
the Daisv. was much in evidence. Fund. BU contributed $140 to this
Everyone decided they sure were fund, terrific. TinK.I Cluster: continued to celebrate Thinking Day by learning moreabout Arrangements for the :Monday afternoon treat were made by Willie
cuie !but ijuy are they little when they Senior Troop 669 was in charge of the World with uisil I to the Peking Restaurant in Starke.Scouts Mar Randolph.
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