Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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weather through the weekend, with lows in the mid-30s and highs in Dlano Douglas. . . . .SBAroo "i i '," '
the upper 70s. Deaths. . . . . BClo
There could be rain Thursday night as the front moves through. ..lfl.d. . . . . iIBSporti ,. j
There was about \\t inches of rain this week. The already soaked . . . . . 10-12B I .
ground made it seem like more. Porontlng Clatt. . . . .13BNowt The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Rainfall since Feb. 1 is over 6 inches. Feb.-March rainfall usually Brl.l*. . . . 14-15B :
measures 8 inches. Girl Scout . . . . .1>B 107th Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy r
33rd Issue Thursday March 6, 1986 USPS 062-700
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Woo notingBloodmobile. Linda Day Remains Optimistic About Downtown GrantGrant .. I! !

application writer Linda ing the downtown revitalization resolution authorizing the application tion of parking areas, and$43,087 for Accomplishments, 110 points. ".I' "
Day remains optimistic that the request grant because of the for the grant. The Community administration, total of $575,000. Cost feasibility, 55 points. 1'\\
for $575,000 in downtown demographics, Ms.Day told Starke Redevelopment Agency consists of Ms. Day told the city commissionFeb. Project management, 25 points.
... Starke.revitalization funds will be given to commissioners Tuesday night. the former task for for the grant ap 18 that finding 90 percent of the Committments, 80 points.
The bloodmobile from the Civitan March 4. plication: Carolyn Autry, Jerome families of four in Bradford County Physical cchange, 10 points.
Regional Blood Center in The rating and ranking of the At Ms. Day's request the commission Johns, J.E. Tomlinson, Chamber earn less than the median to low income Growth projections, 30 points.
Gainesville will be in Starke this downtown rehabilitation and took several steps in the grant President John Miller, and Judge of $20,400 is a big plus in Benefit, low/moderate income,
Tuesday March 11, from 9 a.m. to revitalization grant application is process, including declaring RA.Buzzy( ) Green. Starke's chances of receiving the 275 points.
5:30: p.m. at the Chamber of Com- very similar to the already approved downtown Starke a blighted area, The downtown grant applicationasks grant for revitalization of the Including the Starke Center for
merce. $575,000 Community DevelopmentBlock declaring the improvements are for $314,518 for street Improvements downtown grant. Santa Fe Community College and '1 I
Grant for housing rehabilitation needed for the health and public $27,795 for The factors and
The bloodmobile will be parkedat parking eight ranking some downtown businesses, there
the side of Badcock Furniture on in the Reno area of Starke. "You welfare, creating a Community facilities, $30,100 for water system points each earns are: has already been more than $800,000
Madison Street. stand an excellent chance of receiv Redevelopment Agency, and a improvements, $159,500 for acquisi Market need analysis, 65 points. spent on the revitalization project,

35 persons donated blood when I 0 -_ ___ .. ./ .. -
the bloodmobile was here in

DW Bound... In Emergencies : J

Eight graders from Bradford
Middle School are selling raffle
tickets to raise money for a class
trip to Disney World.
Tickets will be sold March 6-27
for $1 each. The drawing is set Dial
April 1. Many businesses have and
individuals have contributed prizes.
Any help for the student trip will
be appreciated.

Golf for Chris... I II'
emergencies, dial 964-6161.
A Chris Campbell Benefit Golf It's difficult to believe but most
Tournament is set March 22-23 at i people don't know that. In an Informal ,
the Starke Golf and Country Club. survey by this writer, only two I
Entry deadline is March 19. En- of 14 people knew the emergency
try fee is $30, of which Chris Campbell number.
will receive a third. Entrants Remember, for emergencies, dial I
must have a certified handicap, .. 9646161. Post it on your telephone.
says Tournament Chairman d + 3 Under the pressure of an emergency
Richard Gaines. it is difficult to remember such .
Full handicaps will be used to things. '
determine net scores. The entry fee In Bradford County the Sheriff's
includes two steak dinners for 7 Department dispatches rescue units I.
p.m. Saturday, March 19, and all and fire trucks, as well as deputy
greens fees for non-members. sheriffs, on the radio system at the
county jailThere I
r ? +tFmr r ,.,r x y 2 k. N, '.r M are some exceptions. It's II
Nutrition Quackery... 964-6161 if you are on the Lawtey
((782-), Kingsley Lake ((533.) or ,
March is Nutrition Month and the Starke ((964telephone exchanges. i I
Nutrition Committee of Duval Residents in Brooker, Hampton,
County and the American Red and the Melrose and Santa Fe Lake
Cross will be offering free nutrition
area can also call 964-6161 but it's
seminars. r'' p long distance. Alachua County
Nutrition Quackery will be the S4 r Jl y.-c'
already has the 911 national I {
topic March 11 from 7.8:30: p.m. emergency number capacity, so (
Nutrition Weighing the Choices
residents on other exhanges can dial '
will be offered March 12 from 9 911, and Alachua County will relay
a.m. until noon or March 24 from the message via radio to the Brad-
1.4 p.m. at the American Red ford County jail.
Cross, 744 Riverside Avenue in There is for the 911
Timber Clean-Up Ordinance Needed... no capability
Jacksonville. Phone 358-8091 to emergency number in Bradford
reserve a space. County Commissioners visit a site on Old Lawtey Road (CR-200A) County on the 533, 782, and 964 ex
where Umber harvesting equipment has stopped up the ditch. changes.
County roads are damaged and ditches are stopped up which causes Further, the County Commissionhas
DAV Meetings... water to back up on the property of some homeowners. Commissionerssay changed information numbers,
a a new county law is necessary to control the damage being done. such as for jury duty or county office
The local chapter of the Disabled Some time ago the county requested the timber cutting operators to \ hours, after 5 p.m. Heretofore, the
American Veterans meet every second clean up after they left a site on a county road. But, commissionerssay jail radio operators have been
Thursday of the month at the the request has gone unheeded.So answering the courthouse number,
Pratt Street Recreation Center. commissioners are thinking they need to put some teeth Into the 964-6280, after 5 p.m. each day.
There is a covered dish supper at proposed new law, which probably will require a permit to cut timber Now it you dial 964-6280 after 5
7 p.m. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. Oil a county road, will require timber cutters to install culverts in ditches p.m. you get a recording, either i
rather than stopping the ditches up with logs, and will require the about courthouse hours or, one one
sites to be cleaned up and left as the timber cutters found them. weekend per month, about jury duty
A Judge...? "They just have no respect. They just do what they want to do," says and courthouse hours.
The Eighth Judicial Circuit Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. Commissioner Wilbur Waters says Residents in south Bradford, in the
Nominating Commission has been other counties where he cuts timber have such a law which he is required local Gainesville area, such as the
requested by the Governor to sub- to follow.Commissioners. Melrose and Santa Fe Lake areas
mit names of potential nomineesfor stress they don't want to make it difficult to cut Hampton or Brooker, may call
the vacancy on the Circuit timber in Bradford County because they realize a good many peopleearn 376.1502, a local call to them, at any
Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir their living that way. But the board wants to put a stop to damageto hour of the day for the courthouse
cuit. Application forms be ditches and roads. hours recording and 375-0209 for the
secured from the Commission may Timber cutler Chubby Yarborough caught the commissioners at this jury duty recording.
site, and said he'll clean it he his skldder
Chairman, Bobbie Lee Eubanks, up as soon as gets repaired.

1240 N.W. 11th Avenue, Gainesville,

FL Upcoming.32601. .. Trash Disposal- Expensive Proposition, Engineer Tells County i 1 I

The Board of Governors of the
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce Next time you're carrying gar- created problems at many landfillsin Plus, the county must level the dumping DER environmental specialist where the high rise would be placed. I
is scheduled to meet at 12:30: bage out to the trash can, think the state. site, and plant grass or trees on Whitney Green, the landfill inspector The refuse is now covered from dirt I.
p.m. today (Thursday, March 6)) in about what happens after that. An 8 p.m. meeting is set next it. "You will never know until you suggested the county may be dug from the hole in which the refuse
the board room at the Starke Of one thing you can be certain, Thursday, March 13, for commis- drill your wells if you have a problem able to withdraw its request to have is dumped.The I
Center of Santa Fe Community Col it's going to be more expensive sioners to discuss a proposed per ," Darabi said, although the the present landfill repermitted and clay layer is higher on the I'
under tough new state regulations to household charge to finance the site is one of the best possible in the operate for another year under a lower end of the dumping site, and
lege.The newly formed Alumni protect the ground water from county's refuse program. county. DER consent order. that area can't be dug as deeply as
Association of Bradford High hazardous waste. Under new rules enforced by the Darabi also said it will be at least "He's the engineer," said Green the current area. That is the main I
School is scheduled to meet March Department of Environmental five or six years before any regional who had estimated the landfill will reason Darabi cited for saying the i
10, a Monday, at 7 p.m. in the high The landfill site on SR-100 near Regulation, the new landfill will effort, such as an incinerator, will be last two years, but who said Monday landfill won't last more than a year.
school library. Everyone is invited.A Keystone Heights has just a year have to be lined with a foot of clay, available.The he's inclined to accept the engineer's Engineer Darabi says it is impossible -
work session with the Brad before it will be filled up, county drainage pipes (such as in a septic county got all this informationfrom estimate.It to buy liability insurancefor
ford School Board is set at 7 p.m. commissioners were told Monday, tank line) must be installed, and engineer Darabi who spent a is a waste of money to go for less environmental engineers, so he
Monday, March 10, at Hampton March 3. Environmental consulting another foot of clay must be put on morning at the landfill. The county than a five year program, said must be indemnified by the county I
Elementary.The engineer Frank Darabl suggestedthat top of the drain pipes. Only then can called Darabi in to have the present engineer Darabi about extending the for this work.
Brooker City Council Is set commissioners begin looking garbage be buried. landfill repermitted by DER, only to life of the present lanfill. Only effec Under new DER rules the county
be told the above information. live to extend the life of the also needs trained personnel
to meet Tuesday, March 11, at 7:30: immediately for a new site. In addition, the county must brine way
in city hall. Darabi said the county can push the existing landfill up to standardlwhich "I don't want to scare you, but it is landfill would be to "high rise" it, operating the landfill. Different
p.m.The Hampton City Council is set the capacity of the landfill and get means Installing groundwater very expensive the way the state is meaning raising the level of the types of refuse should be separated
the There is no choice," said landfill. That would be and an inspector should be on handto
to meet Tuesday, March 11, at 7p.m. another year, but warned it would be shallow wells to test going. expensive
in city hal prohibitively expensive under state ground water for 20 years to make Darabi, a private consulting because of the cost of hauling in dirt make certain the different kinds .
The countywide spelling bee is regulations to protect ground water certain the deteriorating refuse does engineer from Gainesville who to cover the refuse, plus a power line TrashP.2A .,
set at 10 a.m. Wednesday March from hazardous wastes which have not contaminate the ground water. formerly worked for DER. is right in the middle of the area (See

12, in the school board meetingroom

Building.in the The Administration two top spellers from SFCC Center I Commissioners Wonder If It's Worth the Cost to Have 911A I
each school will compete to be the
champion speller. The public is In-
proposal to join most of the rest Is probably right behind Waters on capability. Clay County plans to con Kingsley Lake exchanges along with
vited.The Bradford County Commission DedicationSet of the nation and make 911 the coun- desiring the 911 emergency number, vert in 1987. othe hrproperties of Continental 1
has set an 8 p.m. work sessionfor ty's emergency number was but Monday Mosley was consideringthe When Bradford commissioners investigated Telephone (Contel)) affective Jan. 1,
Thursday, March 13, in the revlsted Monday March 3, still cost. Commissioner E.W. converting to 911 several urged the commission to find other
courthouse to discuss the problemof for Mar. 15 without a decision by the Board of Hodges, Maxie Carter Jr., and E.L. years ago the cost was prohibitive. ways of financing the 911 capability.The .
garbage disposal and now to County Commission.The (Nook) Norman were rolling the Norton cost could be paid for witha phone company would. rather
finance improvements needed Dedication ceremonies for the county's emergency numberfor idea around. 50 cents per month addition to a than have it bill increased
under tough new state regulations. Santa Fe Community College rescue or fire calls Is 964-6161. Installation of the 911 key residential phone bill over an "We're not against 911. What we
\ The Bradford School Board is Starke Center will be held at 2 Commissioner Wilbur Waters cites telephone dispatch system equip- 18-month period. That would raise are against is increasing the size of
scheduled to meet Monday, March p.m. Saturday March IS, at the the need to convert to the 911 ment would cost $25,698 under a pro- ovedr $46,000, but Emergency Services your phone bills," Conoly told the
17, at 7 p.m. in regular session. Old Bradford County Courthouseon number, although it will cost $25,698to psal from Norton Telecommunications Director Cliff Chapman says .commission.
, The School Board is set to meet West Call Street.Commissioner purchase the equipment. In an of Starke. Maxie Norton told that might be needed to purchase additional I
! at Southside Elementary at 7 p.m. of Education emergency it might be difficult to commissioners early in Februarythe phone equipment.A Sheriff Dolph Reddish threw a little
Tuesday March 18, for a work session Ralph Turlington, and Comniitisloner remember the 964-6161 number. The proposal would make the 911 new law Is being proposed so the cold water on the commission'splans
on that school's budget and to of Agriculture Doyle Con- national 911 number could be more available to all 5,226 telephones of charge would not end after 18 mon to have a central dispatching I
hear the needs of the school. The ner will be the dedication easily remembered. the local phone company. system.
school board set to meet March 24 speakers. Only three of 15 residents ques- South Bradford residents, in the ths.At the Feb. 3 commission meeting, The county commissioners would I
at Starke Elementary, and March The public Is Invited to attend tioned by this reporter knew the cur- Melrose area Hampton, and Jim Conoly, manager of governmental like to save money by combining the
964-6161 number, with Alachua County local affairs for the jlocal city and county dispatching
31 at Bradford Middle School. the dedication and an open house rent emergency Brooker new phoen
The Starke City Commission will tour of the center following the which lends credency to Commissioner phone service already have the 911 company, Central Telephone Com- systems. However Sheriff Reddish
meet in regular session at 7:30: p m. ceremony. Waters' thinking.Commissioner emergency capability. pany of Florida (Centel), which purchased says he can't give up his current
Tuesday March 11. lawrence Mosley Duval County also has the 911 the Starke Lawtey, and dispatching kyatem for his deputies.


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- : ;;-,4'.a.- \; State Requiring Upgrading of Land Use Plan 1.

,'ti \ Commissioners were informed the The governor has requested $7 in missioner Carter who asked Clerk In other March 3 action, the com-
state is requiring and will pay for an the 1986-87 budget, and the plan is to Gib Brown to help, county attorney mission:
A upgrading of the 1980 Bradford appropriate the remainder of the$22 Reggie Flynn obtain copies of ordinances
County land use plan over the next million over the next several years, from other counties.
several years. Koons told the commissioners.Koons Awarded a bid for $105 per weekto
Scott Koons, director of local forsees another $30,000 for Ted Curtis for hauling away the
government assistance for the North Bradford County if the$7 million request The commission visited a timber white and other metal
good scrap
r Central Florida Regional Planning is funded. He told commis- harvesting site on Old Lawtey Road landfill.
Council (NCFRPC), told county sioners the Planning Council staff after the meeting Timber cutter from the county
commissioners Monday, Marc h 3, should be able update the Bradford Chubby Yarborough said he'd clean
I the state is requiring the upgrading land use plan for the total of$55,000. the site up once he got his broken Heard a request from Keystone
based on an amendment to the 1975 Types of elements which, accor- down skidder is repaired. The ditch Heights City Councilman John Hen-
I Local Planning Act. The state's ding to Koons, must be included in was partially filled with mud where drix for Bradford County to help
Department of Community Affairs the land use plan include: the different trees had been snaked out of a the entrance road to the
has written 75 pages of rules, which land use elements, conservation cypress pond.The pavement not repave Keystone airport 'at Crystal Lake.
have replaced IVfc pages, to Imple- areas and practices, a capital sites damaged.dot the Commissioners. said such Hendrix said the federal Depart-
ment the amended law, specifically improvements elements and requirements county.Commissioners ment of Transportation will pave
delineating what a city or county to do improvements, half the $75,000 cost, and said he is
land use plan must contain, and areas and standards for solid asking for the remaining half to be
NCFRPC is offering to do the waste disposal 'stress they don't paid by Bradford County Clay Coun-
upgrading for the 11 counties it want to make it difficult to harvest County, and the town of
covers over the next 15-19 months. 4-11 Agent Leaving... timber, but that it is necessary to Keystone Heights. The road is used
Gov. Bob Graham is back of all Commissioners were told goodbyeby protect roads and to keep ditches by residents from all those areas,
h this effort, said County Commis- Diana Smith, the county 4-H extension open. Hendrix said.
sioner E.W. Hodges. Main interest is agent for the past 1V4 years,
ID in protecting the land use, particularly who Is taking a similar job in Clay
Yw the coast lines, in one of the County. Ms. Smith has made
a good
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.u --- -"" 1 fastest growing states in the union. impression here, said County Agent ALVAREZ PLUMBING

Young Matthew Gets Wheels... The new law also allows the stateto Bobby Taylor, has been a hard
change, instead of merely reviewing worker and has good credentials.
Hie St.irkr Shrine Club donated this new wheelchair to :Matthews and making suggestions, local Tuesday, March 4,was her final day \ 964-5219
Mi:<..ihcc, 6, whose were injured when he was run o\'<*r ba, truck when land use plans. It also limits changesto in Bradford County. or 964-4312/
two earn old. a land use plan to twice per year.
Skfder llouaril, manager of Putnam :Medicare Supplies. shown :Matt A review of the land use plan Timber Clean-Up Law...
how to operate the new chair, such as how to adjust the fool rests, and every five years has been a require- Commissioners stressed they Complete Plumbing Service
how the arms can be rt'II1OI'd. Starke Shrine Club members looking on ment, says Janet Turner of the want to proceed with a new
,tie (II-rl) Ken MtCullrv.: Hock Hudson, Buddy Lewis, and t'a'nl'Ball'lIllII Bradford Zoning Department. The law requiring timber cutters county to Sewer Cleaning

review of Bradford's plan, adoptedin leave county ditches and roads in the
Matt ohvlousU' experiijiced: : gave the hair one round promptly stripped June 1980, is about to get under shape they found them. Q Water Heaters
the arms off to get more speed and did wheeltes around the parking way, Ms Turner said Wednesday. Stressing they want teeth in the I'
lot. Koons said the state has appropriated proposed new law, commissionersstress i All Plumbing Fixtures
Matthew is the son of Ron and Sharon :McOahee of Slaike He has a $2.3 million to start the it should contain a permitting 0: .
,1..II'r.1t.1i..a.: and a brother, :Monty. :Matthew a first grader at upgrading which is expected to cost provision for timber cutting on coun- ." Commercial
Southside F.lementarMrs.: :MtCahee says :Matt, who 1'11111 bois given $22 million statewide. Each county ty roadways, require installation of r Industrial
onh a 111 percent chance of every walking but she thinks he's determinedhe will receive a basic allocation of a culvert instead of blocking ditches, \
will walk At school :Matthews get out of wheelchair and'IIUAhhllll..t.S $25,000 this July from the $2.3 and require a clean up, said Com (t.J Si Residential
with his friends, million, with the remainder of the missioner Maxie Carter Wlfflr
money being allocated on a per- &
"They have no respect They just Owen Pumps Repairs
capita basis do what they want to do," said Com Alvarez Owner ICT lilT i

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Trash SERVlltTARCleanUp

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refuse are dumped in the proper
area, and to make sure no illicit
material such as chemicals, is In. I
tiociuced into the dump On
Think about going to a user fee, Savings
suggested Darabi. Property tax or a
user fee are about the only feasible

methods of covering the increased Now Thru Sat. March 15
costs of operating a landfill which ,
'ias turned into an expensive proposition
the engineer said
Sludge from the sewerage treatment '
Vermont "
! plans in Starke is the biggest Y American GENERALe ELECTRIC
pi oblom at the landfill, said Darabi t i i1'pPtO
Darabi said all the municipalities \ 21
in the county and the residents cpasot 40-Watt 48" ,
7V41 16-Tooth ;
foot the bill for operating the ,

landfillIn discussing how to charge commissioners ; \ Carbide Blade FluorescentTube
said if they increase the I
dumping fee more people will dump "
U"ir garbage in the woods Commis- p General purpose carbide tipped '"' I I I"
- .ners feel they will get little law blade for particle board and heaver Cool white, easy-on-the-eyes
enforcement assistance from either
the Sheriff's Department or the duty framing Also for rough cutting fluorescent tube. Rapid start.

Though they made no decisions _
Monday, commissioners decided a
monihlv charge for every household 49 7
In the county would be the best way
SPECIAL$3 $19 x _
to charge for the cost of the landfill. SPECIAL _

.icing a budget shortfall from PRICE
fbOd,000 to $1 million if federal #54515 PRICE
revenue sharing is cut back, Clerk
<7tb, Brown told commissioners he
-.ees no other way to raise the needed "
money except for service fees for SiERV1ITARe
such things as garbage and fire pro-
48" Brass and
('('non '
6 Clamp Light -
Level _
Local LegionnairesPlan "--.. _. Mahogany -
Ideal for shop, garage,do-yourself 8'/a" metal
Work :' Made of genuine kiln-dried Honduras mahogany ,
a bell
"'-. II i Metallic sealed vials protected by heavy glass lenses .
American Legion Post 56 on Ed- Free protective case 548 I@I'JIA99 i $"" 99
wards Road requests its members to .. Y "
report to the Post Saturday, March 8 SPECIAL PRICE .#54513 SPECIAL PRICE #54505
at 9 a.m. for a work party.
New signs will be put up, some
painting and cleaning will be done, (
according to Commander Brown. ""1f" IU'" ri uV .,

Gospel Sing Set J. Mitre Box and Back Saw., Soft Toilet Seat

Graham .
At BaptistA s Saw guide sets at 90,60, 45, and 30 Can be used r Vinyl covered foam for regular bowl. Available in
gospel sing featuring the Weeks II' with either back saw or panel saw 19-615 assorted antique colors. 13D

Family will be held at Graham Bap- :.,/ $ 99545M $-999
tist Church in Graham on Friday, \. u. 24 '
Mar 7 at 7:30: p.m. SPECIAL PRICE # SPECIAL PRICE B #54507. 2 ,

Radiator Specialty
Published every Thursdayat

135 W. Call Street 11-Pocket Carpenter's Apron -' Liquid Wrench f"

Starke, Florida 32091 Great for the professional or handyman Made of split t Loosens and melts rust, corrosion and paint for
leather (Tools not included )#VP490X I YIRE quick separation frozen parts. 4 oz #L1-04 \.
Second Class postage paid at -.N1

Starke, FloridaSubscription $499 4QC

In-trade area: $10,00 per year -
$5.50 six months c aUM1Il5,
Professional SPECIAL /22 SERVIitTAR.Leather .
Outside area: $11 per year PRICELess
$6.00 six months VfNt4S Glue mfr. mall-In Palm Gloves

::WS rebate . .50C ", Brushed pigskin protection Flannel-lined with safety j -
All' positioning cuff Men's size large #2110olwoodbeloreclampmg
Btl". 1rJ: Cost after mfr. rebate ,>x r
then grabs fast Cleans up ': t $ 199
OF GOD Ehwarmwater.6oz 49* c "
422 N. St. Clair 964.5445

Walter F. Montz, PastorWe
invite you to worship with us. r ,::7.T1; GIOTT j
vmr "
Sunday School Attended Nursery 10 am Spike Impulse &f Orange 5-Gal. Cooler

Morning Worship 11 am Sprinkler 3' Screw tight lid and splash seal prevent spills. Built.in
Evening Service 6 pm 4 vacuum vent and extra thick insulation 3-year
Wednesday Youth 7:30: pm High impact plastic with stainless steel head. Covers warranty #/16851SPECIAL
lull or partial circle up to 5,300 sq ft #SK 5 -

Bradford LodgeNo. SPECIAL PRICE $388 f PRICE$4i99. 54530 '

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Individual dealers may limit quantities Individual dealers may nol stock all items
Hardware Lumber Home Centers
At this local participating SERVISTAR dealer:
n n
Meets Every s S.rR' STARKE .

Second Monday& Fourth j _', ''l/1rI < Acme Hardware & Builders Supply

7:30: p.m. We can help. 301 East Call Street

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March 6, 19HB TKI.KKKAPII Page 3A

{ Mason and Ackman Are Top Spellers at Brooker Elementary I

a. a .,
By Mark Frledlln In the second round of competition then Tonya missed "lapse", as did ing two words in a row correctly, so the end when, alter four straight mick", acquaint", "mirrored",
BCT Staff Writer : Eric. Tonya spelled "emptiness"', whenever it seemed as if one was misses by both students, Tonya "plantable", "malignant", "scoun
[ Eric Mason spelled g-a-1-a-c-t-i-c Jeanette Fairchild spelled "dawn Eric spelled "gasket", then Tonya about to win(a speller must spell the missed "galactic". drel", "causeway", "ponderous",
and v-a-g-r-a-n-c-y slowly but confidently ed" correctly but missed missed "orchard". word the other contestant has just Eric spelled "galactic" correctly, "affectionate" and "abbreviate".
to become Brooker Elemen- ""scrawl". Eric spelled "orchard" correctly missed and an additional word to then got "vagrancy" right to take "That was a real marathon",com-
Wendy Wilkins spelled "inner- but then missed "relic" and the pat- take the title) they would miss the the title mented Brooker Elementary Prin-
?"'r w..r.i" r"r:, c.; 1"" most" correctly but missed tern was set for the next 40-plus second word and the Bee would be The two spellers had gone through cipal Buddy McRae after he read the
:t"Jf.4' ..',r-r: '.1. "amiss". words. all even again.Finally words like "delicious'': "confide', last word off the list. "They are a
!o :" t''t.;.tr:'"7 ': ; Both contestants. had trouble spell- the two spellers reached "immortal", "odorless", "gim- couple of fine spellers."
Jason Miller
spelled "federal"
correctly but missed "zoning.In .
= the thid round: .. ,
Jason Smith spelled "weeknight"and ItA. -.
... -1\11i Iji. :tj "poacher" .correctly before I .r-:,, qi"w ,
missing "chapel"
I J ': \JIjiU .4
',. ., '\ : :f Daphne Hall spelled "slapstick"and
,, r ".'1 "jellyfish" correctly before
missing "decline".
Josh Lewis spelled "kindhearted"and
"evermore" correctly before
missing "agency".
There were just three spellers left.
.' Shawn Thompson spelled
"homestead", "repaint' and
"bashful" before missing "sedan".
Tonya and Eric now stood alone on
the stage and they had a real contestas

.., .-- members of the audience watched -
in anticipation.Eric .
Eric Mason spelled "nestle" correctly,

Brooker Elementary School Spelling -
Bee Champion.tary's ::f#, ;;;--r.. Vt''f1 '1 '
,, '. .:,.'., -. I i Y
Spelling Bee Champion for ; ::1, :

1986.Eric \, ..'
battled it out in thermal .
rounds with another talented speller m +, I Jr J'
Tonya Ackman after 18 other
finalists had dropped out. The final
two had to spell a grand total of 54 Top Spellers...
words in the final rounds. Tonya is These are the class finalists in the Brooker Elementary School Spelling Brand David Booth, Shawn Bass and Dax U'rrutla.
the Alternate for Eric in the upcom- Bee. On the second fromn
row left to right: Steve Griffis,Josh Lewis Kevin
ing County-Wide Spelling Bee at a Shown on the front row from left to right: Corina Sumner,Holly Staffer, Hamilton Larry Parrish Jason Smith Ricky Kite Justin Kendrick: ,
date soon to be announced. Jeanette Fairfield Wendy Wilkins,Tonya Ackman: Daphne Hall,Patrick Shawn Thompson, Jason Miller and Eric Mason.
11 spellers went out on the first
round as the Spelling Bee began -
Corina Sumner missed "valley", -. .

1 Holly Patrick Stafford Brand missed missed"outburst""bakery",, First Choice Pizza and Subs

r Dvid Booth missed "foaming", ,
\ Shawn Bass missed "pincushion", 4t

Dax Steve Urrutia Griffis missed missed "capable""grocery",, { s I rrw<: 1601 N. Temple Avenue (Hwy. 301)) Starke, Florida .

Kevin Larry Hamilton Parrish missed "merrily"missed"accompany" Tonya Ackman (Across from Kentucky Fried Chicken)

Ricky Kite missed
"taxation" and Justin Kendrick Spelling Bee Alternate for Brooker
missed "qualify". Elementary School. "7'f"
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Michelle Hall Important Dates...

Here are some "important dates"
Juniors... that might be of interest. March 28, \\O\C REAL
II s Prom dues are to be paid by Good Friday, is a school holiday FIRS PAN ? THIN MUZ2ARpppINGS
March 14. Dues this year will be$16 (that means, NO SCHOOL). And, igga .lA
I i without a souvenir glass or $20 with April 7-11 is Spring Break I 1II I I May 24 CHEF
I a glass. Dues may be paid before is the Junior/Senior Prom, which
school, during lunch, or after school will be held in Gainesville at the
in the attendance area in front of Ironwood Golf and Country Club
Mrs. Redding's counter. If any Estates. Grad Nite dates have not Real Italian Subs Hot or Cold
junior plans to attend the prom, this yet,been announced.
amount must be paid or they will not ICT eeDON'T
be able to go.''The invitation list will.
be checked at the door. I

Seniors... WHAT A CUT! .
If you did not have your Cap and
Gown picture taken,you will need to WAIT
make plans to go to Mr. Barber's
Studio in Jacksonville to have them 'I
taken.Senior Mugs will be on sale in Mrs. U \) \t\9 S/ "nOOt"t.e
McNelley's room Friday, March 7, Geo ':Ie t\0c.e\
for $10 each. If you have signed up \ 'c\e5't\c:. 'l'J. ,uU
for one, please bring the money or range L ch 'Iii the last Min ute
your name will be deleted from the M d4 '-
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list.Mr.. and Miss BIIS... %. aa0P
A March 18 election Is set by the \3t\"
Pre-Spring SpecialTuneUps
Student Council for Mr/Miss BUS I ,\6
Each club will nominate one senior w
boy and girl who you feel has best
represented the school. Winners will
Bonus case, extra
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Elections... of 3400.
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Page4A TELEGRAPH March 6. 1986

This Is the Way It Was on Call St :


During Boom Days of BlandingTo

see ourselves as others see us is sometimes more enlightening than Starke (Fla.): It Got Rich Quick! I

flattering.Such .

was the case in the early 1940s when the construction of Camp Fantastic, Crowded, It Offers Southern Hospitality in Reverse. '

Blanding was under way and Starke became a "boom town" almost over-

night. It was the archetypical Army town of the period and was the sub- By WARD MOREHOUSEFrom -

ject of glitzy stories in newspapers and magazines alt over the country,

including the old Saturday Evening Post, the New York Sun, the Hartford ( The New York Sun, Monday, Feb. J6, 1942)

Courant, the Miami Herald, and many others.

these was written by Ward Movie theaters, dazzling and streamlined York's Fifty-Second Street during prohibi- "I had two stores and I sold groceries to
One the most scathing of reports
of Jewelry stores Poolrooms. Beer tion days. My cab driver knew all the spots the construction gangs. Two stores and I
Morehouse of the Sun who said Starke changed overnight from "a plea- parlors. Cafes, cafes, cafesl! Welcome, and at the one we jointly selected, a couldn't get any help.I worked eighteen to
sant, strawberry-producing hamlet of 1,500 to a teeming, bulging, false- Buddy. How are you? How much have you business man of the town told me his story, twenty hours a day. My week-end profits

fronted, frenzied, dollargrabbingdon'tknowwhaU" got? No credit, Buddy. No vacancies. How of Starke pre-boom and post-boom. were unbelievable, but I wouldn't want to

This was Mr. Morehouse's impression of Starke, as published in the Sun you long spending are you ?staying.,. The and construction how much men are T Co "\r. il..4.w ,. ........... 6f construction go through it again.jobsthese These fellows carpenters from and the

on February 16, 1942: have gone their waythe carpenters, the plumberswere getting more money thanthey'd
painters, the electricians, the plumbers- ( -,. ."' '1'1 1' '' c' IDE ever had in their lives and they had
town created and spoiled by defense dollars. With but the soldiers are still here, and so are ...: 1 .W,"" : '- no place to spend it except In Starke and
Starke, Fla., Feb. 16This is a place,once just a their wives Starke's food
eating drinking
its overlighted facades, its blazing interiors its 7 they were always hungry and they were
strawberry center, that got rich all of a sudden its beer and __ _.. ..
fluorescent tubing, its while-U-wait photo studiOSI ( illegal liquor), seeing its s. + always buying. It went on for five or six
and itself neoned and streamlined. The of
its boom got passed when the construction peak hordes its hell-red neons, its cheap jewelry displays and movies, riding in its cabs. months. We all got rich. I still have my
its movie palaces-Ritz is right there on All cab stores. have slowed down
moved out months but Starke is still in the gaudy right, take a ride. Anywhere In Things now but
clouds the inflow of dollars will the corner, and looking at youStarke has gone the city limits 10 centsone dime. That is, the boom is still on. I leased a property
tinue ; there is undoubtedly con- from a population of 1,500 (Home of the Sweetest a dime a head. One dollar to the army where I was paying$22 a month for rental.
as long as a camp near by. Strawberries This Side of Heaven) to a populationof camp, eight miles away. Four in a cab and Now I'm renting this$2::a month place for
Starke, an overnight gold-rush town as a resultof nobody knows what! it's still one dollar25 cents a head. $165 a month. That's just typical of what

the national emergency, is as fantastic a spot as It now has all the reality (and unreality) of a Jacksonville by cab$10, and that's for defense and war have done for Starke...
America now presents. Newly rich and over-rich, movie set, all ready for shooting on Stage Some one or a cabful. Call 150 from the old- Glad to have met you,I'm now going to the
I find it smug, spoiled, somewhat arrogant and day the clock will strike, the dream will end, and fashioned wall telephone at your hotel anda policemen's ball./

strangely inhospItable. Starke will go back to its strawberries, and, if cab will come for you. Mine came and it AND THE DREAM GOES ON

"Welcome, Buddy! shout the civic and store lucky,again become the town it used to be. But the was a station wagon. You go back to your hotel and you say:
front streamers, but behind these greetings thereis transition will not be an easy one. "Sure," says the cab driver. "I was here "I'd like to leave a call for 7 o'clock."

the thought, "How much have you got, Buddy, visit Starke during the boom. Why, if think it's "
Now come with me on a to as I foundit you "We don't take calls, says the hotel
and how will it? Starke has
quick you spend got to and beheld it. hard to get a room or a bed here now you man. "I'm up eighteen hours a day andcan't
get it the getting is good. should have seen the town when the con
the hotel which wired get up to call the guests. Every night
You drive to from
The tradesmen impress you as being curt, Pensacola and later phoned from Jacksonville."No struction mob was around,when they were here is like tonightonly worse... Didn't
sententious and indifferent. building this camp. Why, people were "
independent you say you had an alarm clock?
Vacancy" is the sign across the front door.
"Welcome, Buddy! says a store sign. "No sleeping in the streets, in the churches, In Call Street
But have definite reservation and SceneIn
credit!" cries another "No checks cashed!" saysa you a" you the trees... Naw, we can't make any Southern hospitality? Quick Watson,the
enter. "All right, the hotel man, "but you'llhave
third. "No !" fourth. says money on these 10 cent calls. We get ours Blanding Days back
vacancy proclaims a ... station wagon! Carry me to old
to leave by 9:30: A.M. It will be two-fifty.
on rides to Jacksonville and Lake City
I>OLl.ARSlA DEFENSE Pay in advance." You get a receipt for the $2.50, and Daytona and places like that. Those Virginia... My first impression of Starke
Starke? You come upon it wonderingly and your lug your own bags to Room 12, go out and try to long hauls are what counts. And mostly "My friend," he said, as he sipped his remains my last: War rich and over rich,
first impression of it is the one that you take away find a spot for your car, which you have left from the boysthe corporals and the ale, "I came here before all the excitement it looks and acts it. From a pleasant,
with you. To me, reporting my personal reactions, double-parked in front of the hotel, and then you privates. The officers, they don't spend." started. I saw the boom coming and I lived strawberry-producing hamlet of 1,500 to a
Starke is gauche. In its present incarnation it is a see the sights of Starke.E3J1TORIALS. through it and I wouldn't want to have that teeming, bulging, false-fronted, frenzied,
experience again. I say that despite the over-neoned, fluorescent-tubed, dollar-
MAN WITH TWO STORES fact that I made a lot of money. And I'm grabbing I-don't-know-whatl!
There is some but not a great deal, still making it."
under-cover gambling available to night- So long as the Army camp stands, so

prowlers injhe Starke area. And the townis He shook his head and he spoke with all long as it is populated and its soldiers and
theoretically dry because Bradford the sincerity of a man who'd known the their wives come to town, Starke's gold
County is supposedly dry territory,but it Is California of '49, the rigors of the Yukon, rush will continue, its dream will go on.
as easy for a stranger in Starke, or a and the madness and the tumult of the And certainly no one can say that the end
soldier, to get a drink as it was in New Oklahoma Run. He went on: of this dream is near.
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New Landfill Expense Final Decision on Santa Fe Pass Due March 18A

final decision on the controversial San- boat docking facilities, and other features
ta Fe Pass project, which is strongly opposed that Lake Dwellers say are unsuitable for -A small pond which had connected to
Coming Sooner than ExpectedSome by the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers wetlands and would contribute to the the lake and which had drained into the
Association, will be made by the Alachua lowering of water quality in the Lake. lake was rendered landlocked by the filling

County Commission, Tuesday, March 18, All interested in of surrounding swamp area.
property owners are urged
problems just won't go away- is no water contamination in the future. at 6 p.m. to attend this important meeting which -A power line easement was filled,
and sometimes they reach the crisis The Lake Dwellers maintain that promoters will be held in the Alachua County Ad- hmerocked, and black-topped to form a
The consulting engineer meeting with of the Pass project violated an ministration Building at the corner of road that ran out into the lake, forming a
stage sooner than expected. the Alachua County ordinance which forbids University Ave. and South Main St. in boat ramp.

Such, apparently, is Bradford commission Monday also said the dredge and fill operations in the county's Gainesville. Several drainage ditches were dug,car
County's landfill problem which enteredthe landfill should have a full-time wetlands.Approximately 5,000 cubic yardsof rying surface runoff water from the
when Coun- employee to record what waste is being fill dirt were placed in 1979 on property The Lake Dwellers charge that in 1978, upland development and from the power
limelight again Monday dumped at the landfill, who brought it bordering the west side of the Pass which without obtaining permits from Alachua line road directly into the lake.
ty Commissioners were told they will joins Big and Little Santa Fe Lakes. This County or any other permitting
in and where agency,
it came from. One reason The Lake Dwellers asking that the
probably need a new landfill site withina was done illegally without obtaining stateor the SF Pass developers performed the are
that space at the present landfill ran out altered wetlands be restored to their
year, instead of a two or three year county permits, according to Harold following unpermitted work:
original condition and that be invoked
sooner than expected was that large Hill, Lake Dwellers president. penalties
deadline as they had expected.This Approximately three
acres of against the developers for unper-
quantities of Clay County waste was be- Plans for the Pass project include a swampland on the fringe of Lake Santa Fe mitted work.
time it's a million dollar (or ing placed there, in order to avoid the restaurant, 50 rental cabins, a marina, were filled.

more) headache that won't be easily long haul to Clay County landfill sites.

cured, with no state or federal funds LettersCity
In addition to new revenue from new
available to help solve the problem of
tax sources, the Commission should
and landfill
meeting new more stringent .
standards.The also explore the possibility of additional and County

savings through consolidating certain Should AddressConsolidation
handwriting has been on the wall county and city services, such has been An Open Letter Benefits

for a long time, but the county is no
done in the past with voter
registration, Shades of Aparthied and Goodbye Ma-
nearer solving its sanitary landfill problems property appraising, tax collecting, and All Bradford Countians jority Rule!?

than it was a year ago when DER operation of a joint office. The
Just when I think I know where they are
(Department of Environmental Regulation 1 i Interested In Local History:
time has come when the county can no coming from, the N.A.A.C.P. throws us
:, ,
) notified the county of at least five longer afford the luxury of another curve.
violations existing at the present land- unnecessaryor Recent developments in Bradford County have sparked a new interest In
duplicated services. the rich history of our area. Are they for majority rule in South
fill, and the Commission discussed the Africa and rule in America?
Sometimes there is Those who have enjoyed the educational benefits and joy of studying and minority
subject of user fees for customers, fran- only one way to sharing local history hope that other interested Bradford Countians Surely they couldn't be for black rule
get out from between a rock and a hard join everywhere they it! That would
chise fees for commercial garbage col- them in establishing a new and revitalized Bradford County Historical Society get
lectors, and other means of meeting the place, and that's by biting the bullet. smack of "racism".

increased cost of operating landfills.An A meeting of all persons interested in forming a local historical society will We will all benefit from candidates being
be held on Thursday, March 20,at 7:30: p.m.,in the Board Room of the Starke elected from the districts in which they
environmental consulting Center of the Santa Fe Community College. reside. Many good men and women are
engineer told commissioners Mondaythat Lake Dwellers HopeTo If your interests are local history, genealogy, or historic preservation you prohibited from county and city-wide elec-
the present site is almost out of should attend this meeting. tion because of the time and expense in-
Attendance at this meeting will determine the future of the proposed socie- volved.To .
usable space unless expensive changesare Score Another VictoryFinal ty. If you require further information concerning this meeting call Arnold
made, and a new landfill will mean Weeks at the Bradford County Public Library. create a district based solely on
racial grounds would be morally and
"big expenses" both in preparing a new
Chapter in the eight-year sagaof See you at the meeting! ethically wrong. Perhaps even unconstitu-
site and in closing the old one. The tional.
could the Santa Fe Pass will be written at v
amount vary, depending upon the March 18 meeting of Alachua Coun- Racial harmony In Bradford has been
what procedures are necessary to meet ty Commissioners.The outstanding for the past ten years. It is evident -
state requirements, and that depends in the schools, churches, and in the
largely on the results of water- field of recreation. I feel that the creationof
contamination tests which cannot be battle began in 1978 when a group a special district is certain to set this
of developers dumped 5,000 cubic yards progress back.
made until after three test wells have
of fill dirt in wetlands on the west side of
While the city and county commissionsmeet
been drilled in the area to discover what
Santa Fe Lake without obtaining to ponder this problem, they should
problems might exist. necessary permits. also discuss consolidation. If not a com-

With the loss of Federal Revenue Forestry in Bradford County plete merger of the two governments, at
least some of the services that
are presently -
Sharing Funds next year, amounting to Alachua County has an ordinance requiring By David W.. Norton Bradford Co. ForesterWith duplicated.

over $230,000, and no state or federal special permits to fill in wetlandor
available for landfill 'because they reimburse to 50% of Substantial saving could be realized by
grant money pur- 100-year floodplain areas, but Com- the end of anpther tree planting cost. you up combining law enforcement, fire protection -
poses, the county will be between the missioners of that period apparently season, you wouldn't expect me to be en- your recreation, communications and

proverbial "rock and a hard place" in had a blind spot concerning its enforce- couraging tree planting,but you're wrong! Trees for next winter's planting season legal services. Property taxes and utility

ment. In of Now is become available after July 1st, if you planon bills could be reduced drastically and still
its efforts to meet new landfill re spite protests by many property the best time to consider a tree
leave for
quirements.With owners on the lake, no action was planting operation on your farm or invest- obtaining them through the state should money be better roads. Consolidation -
nurseries. Seems like placed on the next and
ment propertyWHY? Believe it or not every year our city
ever taken against the illegal fill. sometimes you should plan nine months to nurseries run out of trees long before the county ballot for the voters to decide.

no financial windfalls in sight 1 year ahead of when you want the trees actual planting season even starts. So A.G. Loudon
and no cushion of carryover funds to Now, at long last, due to determined planted. don't get caught short, order your seedl- 1304 W. Pratt,StarkeTELMED

ease the financial crunch in the upcom- efforts of the Lake Dwellers Associa- During this month of March, if you ings early- like before November.If .

ing budget, it is fairly obvious that some tion, a group that waged the successful desire, sign-up begins for cost-sharing you have recently cut: timber and planon

type of loan program must be resortedto fight to prevent peat mining in the SF through ASCS to plant trees. If you are in- replanting (because that's good conser-
terested can contact either myself or vation) you may need to contract someoneto
if landfill requirements are met. Swamp, the present Alachua Commis- you
the land before planting, or
Warren Carver (964-6548)) for Infor
more you
Since loans must be paid back (with in- sion has finally recognized the or- mation. You may have read the article last may decide to prepare it yourself. Either

terest) this brings on the problem of dinance and will hopefully take action to week describing the Conservation Reserve way, this will take up the greatest time in

either cutting expenses or enhancing enforce it.Overdevelopment. Program. This program will cost-share planning for a successful planting opera- For public Information on health
revenues- perhaps a combination of with you to plant either trees or grass on tion. I am available to assist you with any related topics, call Tel-Med at
both. of wetlands around erodible cropland. Both of these programsare questions you may have concerning tree 964-4.96 or 378-0007 and ask for

the lake is a matter of great concern, a great help to you as a landownerThe planting on your land, tax benefits, cost- these tapes by number:
future and values
sharing, yields, you may
with fees for
Along user garbage
not only to property owners, but to all realize through planting pine. 155 Medicare
"customers" in municipalities, and who seek to protect the lakes that are 171 Prescription Medicine _
We, in Bradford located
County, are
franchise fees for commercial collec-
this area's most valuable natural asset. within one of the hottest timber markets in Proper Use
tors, another possible source of revenue Hats off to the SF Lake Dwellers for the southeastern U.S.don't miss your opportunity 430 Medical Insurance

would be a special tax district in the their determined fight to keep great to grow money for either retirement 169 Information'

unincorporated areas of the county to ecosystem Santa Fe Lake or for your children. Having timberon Hospice
comprising ,
farm that is harvestable is
your one
meet an million
expected dollarpluscost
the Swamp, and its connecting River, way to avoid having farm sold Tel-Med Is a free service provided
of a new landfill and the future cost from being exploited and having their are* and about related 100 species million in kangaroo Au- because of estate taxes, or your worst yet have to the community by the Auxiliary/ of
of continuous monitoring to insure there waters degraded by overdevelopment. stralia. the farm taken from the family because. of Hospital, IncI
a large tax bill.

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13 to Compete in April 5 Strawberry. Queen Pageant

Thirteen young ladies have Carolyn Hi 1 iKht pursue a career clerk
as a
entered and there 24th Miss Rodgers, 17, is
will be Cynthis Lynn
a an-
black hair, blown eyes and is a sponsored by Kenwin. typist in the legal realm of business.
nual Bradford County Strawberry junior at Bradford High School. Venus Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmil r
Queen Pageant this April 5 fn the Alicia is' involved in Come chell's Drug being Store.sponsored by Mit- E. Rodgers,Jr.,of Starke. Cindy has ,
BUS auditorium. Together Children Ministries and strawberry-blonde hair and hazel
The girls say they thought the says that helping the communityand eyes and is a senior at Bradford
deadline was March 31, rather than those in need is something she High School. Cindy enjoys typing
March 1. Entries are now closed. enjoys and hopes to pursue further and word processing and hopes to
Eleven new entries were received in the future. Other interests include become a self-supporting, indepen-
this past week by the Starke Junior reading skating ,and doing rf dent person with a career as a
Woman's Club the sponsoring crossword puzzles. f secretary.
organization. The Junior Women Presently she is a member of the
said last week there would be no Future Business Leaders of
pageant without 10 entrants. America. As a former band member
New entrants are Alicia Michelle n 4t and majorette she received Superior
Bright Kellie Baldwin, Jackie .r Awards in the 1983-84 Concert Band ,i y
Davis Lottie Cole Terri Jakab, Pol- Other interests include reading, .
ly Griffis, Terri Fender, Monica skating and swimming.
Maslowskl Cindy Rodgers, Denise
Griffis, and Marie Doughman. r
Previous entries are Shilynn Chaff
and Donna Parado."Strawberries e + u
Are A Girl's Best
Friend," is the theme for the 24th annual
pageant set at 1)) p.m, Saturday
April 5, in the high school Denise Griffis
Entries must be between 16 and 21 lair q iA! Miss Cheryl Denise Griffis, 20, is

years of age, residents or attend Lottie Cole the daughter of James and Cheryl
school in Bradford County The entrants Griffis of Starke. Denise has blonde

will ,.be judged on natural Monica Maslowskl hair and green eyes and is a
beauty, interpreted to include graduate of Bradford High School.

figure, face hair personality and Miss Monica Lynn Maslowskl 17 While at Bradford High, Denise wasa
clarinet in the band and
poise.Contestants is the player was
daughter of J.E. Maslowski II
will be entertained at ., and Mrs. Janet Reddish. Monica has, majorette captain for four years.
several pre-pageant activities coordinated blonde Denise has participated in several
hair and blue and is t
by the Junior Woman's senior at Bradford School. She previous pageants including the
Club. The pageant will culminate the High Teen Hemisphere and Dream Girl
is dually enrolled at Santa Fe Community
Jaiqueliuo> Davis
activities. The newly crowned queen | Pageants. She has been active as an
College Monica is active in
will preside over the annual Brad- assistant Girl Scout Leader. Now
ford County Fair which run!; April Miss Jacqueline Davis 16, is the been Student Government and has employed at Nationwide Insurance,
daughter[; of Mrs Grace L. Ycutig oiSlarke. recognized by the Society of she sets her goals toward becomingan
812.The Jacqueline has black hair Distinguished American High
11 new entrants are: r. insurance adjuster Other in-
and brown eyes. and is n junior at School Students for two years. terests include cats and three-
Other activities include the Little
Bradford High School Jacqueline'sschool
wheeling. Denise is being sponsoredby
Women of Starke Church Activitiesand Tern Fender
( activities include V.L B Dr. Len Schlofman.
Youth Director and cheerlemlmn Jazz Band. Monica also enjoys
Oiirh. 3 playing the piano and singing and Miss Terri Lynn Fender, 17, is the
She was first runner up in the Holiday someday use those talentsto daughter of Mrs.. Gale M. Fender Debra Honoree
PlgN1l1tlnd/ has participated in become an elementary school and the late James F Fender of Gray
i the 1 Florida Sunshine Pageant ..laccMirlinf music teacher. Monica Is being Starke. Terri has sandy blonde hair At Bridal LuncheonThe
enjoys mnd'hnclothes,\ and ponsored by Glenda's Shear and blue eyes and is a senior at Sister's Tea Room in
'resign Bradford School where she is
hopes to b", nun' a model in her High a Park the
was setting February 22 fora
|,,HI' nun' in ii") tuhiie Other in- varsity cheerleader. bridal luncheon in honor of Debra
ten" si t iiu hull uMiiiiiislics Jiii1' For three years Terri has receivedthe

(|in'Inn I i- Ial1K" spun. Died by the I U.S. National Award from the Gray Debra is the bride-elect of Shawn
(< Uii, iJi .\.ihiiii.il, > Lank of! :bt.trkc.l.ili.il ; U.S. Achievement Academy for House. Their is
Polly Griffis Cheerleading excellence. Terri is a wedding planned for
the 15th of March.
member of the Future Business
Miss Melissa Pauline "PoUy"GrIffis -, Leaders of America and hopes to Hostesses for the luncheon were
is the daughter of Doyce and become an accountant someday. Mrs Gary Brewer Mrs. Andy Jor-
N Anita A. Griffis of Starke. Polly has 'J Other activities and interests in- dan and Mrs Don Patray. t
blondish brown hair and blue eyes clude Softball, swimming attending Debra and her mother, Mrs.
and is a senior fat Bradford High church and being with her friends. Joseph Faulk, were presented with
School where she has been a Terri is being sponsored by Williams corsages of dry flowers with baby's
cheerleader for four years. Jewelry breath tied with blue country print
is for t y ribbon.
Cheerleading exciting Polly
rill't and her immediate hopes are to The hostess's gift was a Welcome
become a Gator Cheerleader upon grapevine wreath with Debbie and
entering the University of Florida in Shawn printed on an ornamental

t the fall. Homemakers Club Will goose.
Kellie Baldwin
Other interests which support her The corsages were later to be used
I career hopes to become a Physical Meet March 13 to complete the decorations on the
Miss Kelliene Ann "Kelhe"Baldwin
Education instructor are running, The Bradford wreath.
County Extension
17, is the daughter of L A festive salad plate and baked
exercising and swimming. Polly has Homemakers Club will meet Thurs
Jerald and Patricia Baldwin of
received the U.S. Achievement Alaska was served the 13 guests pre-
day, March 13 at 10 a.m. at the
Starke. Kellie has brown hair and
A blue
sent arrangement of violets
Academy Award for Cheerleadingfor
Agriculture Building 301 North.
brown and i is a senior at Bradford
eyes centered the table where the
two years. Polly is also a guests
Everyone interested in cordially
School where she is Stu-
High t member of the Little Women of were seated
invited to attend.
dent Council President. She is also a i Cindy Rodgers
Starke. Polly is being sponsored byKoch's
member of the National Honol'Society
and recently won.the 1985-86 Drug Store.

Bradford Chamber of Commerce; WEIGHT WATCHED
Student of the Year Award.
In 1984 Kellte received th O'Brian Youth Foundation Leader-
; ship Award. Kellie is also active on MI -.-. Ndiu 'Teresa:: "Terr'!"
the Annual Staff, in the Medical Explorers Jukub. 17, is lho daughter /oltan: .
and the Little Women of and Nunuy ,akal> ot Urouker. Terri
Starke. Other interests include has brown hair, brown eyes and is a
swimming cooking, needlepoint and senior at Bradford High School
talking with friends Kellie! is being whore she {Jurl '.'iplIlC in track.
sponsored by Sawyer Gas and Appliances Tern also i b; involved in the tutorial
of Starke, Inc program at Starke Kleinentnry: and
lists tutoring children as a special interest -
of hers.
Tern received\ first runner-up
I.ouiois: in the Young Miss America
Beauty Pageant nul says that she
a career as: a model or
might enjoy .
in medicine in the tulure. Other interests ."' .,.. JOIN NOW ONLY
include sunbathing, dancing
reading and swimming.. Terri is being Kvtfixlnilion Fee .
sponsored by Terwillegar Wcckl Mvvtiii Fee 6.00
Toiiil "2O.OO

k J' YOl SAVE '1.O() Otter expires March 22.1986i'O1'AS'1'l
1\ 'f''t'nu'l1 <

Miss Lottie Mane Cole 16, Is the
laughter of Kdwa.-d and Della Cole \ >oughmanMiss

of Sl.trkc. Lottie h."., brown hair and
Venus Marie Doughman, 17,
ui 0\\II eves and is a junior at Brad-
li.nl I ugh'\ School! 1 I.utti'' 1 l'; the Drum is the daughter of Bonnie E.
Major of the high s..hool bund: and Doughman of Starke. Venus has
has "received ,I SUJKTKHaward' for brown hair and dark brown eyes andis
e Tr that activity a senior at Bradford High School
Other school activities: include where she has been on the A-B honor
r'I''A and the Kieneh ("tub Lottie roll each year of high school. She Is a
also( enjoys BMX riding iiiuJ has member of the FFA and enjoys soft-
Alicia Bright received awards for parlicmuting in ball, football, horseback riding and
that sport Future pram nu'ludc par- welding.
Miss Alicia Michelle Bright, 16, is tit-ip.thun 111 for Arireil Fo'i'"s, goutg Special interests of Venus are
the daughter of Sylvester and In, illicit. ,.t"il l ,i Cartel' in fashion modeling and design. Venus TREATS '

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6A TELEGRAPH March S, 1988

Antique Show Coming Up March 21 J-23 I
I Sisterhood Tea Held By Jr. Woman's ClubThe I

You can browse among antiques of Tickets are $2 at the door, of $1 In
Second Annual SisterhoodTea Approximately 250 guests were in- Weddings all kinds, have your Great-Aunt advance for the show.Tickets for the

sponsored by the Junior vited to the Sisterhood Tea, in- Social Side Receptions Tillie's crystal goblets repaired, en- Preview are $2, obtainable at the
Woman s Club of Starke,was held on members of both the Parties joy a homemade dinner and crown door only. There will be daily door

Saturday, Mar. 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 Genera and Jr. Woman's Club and your day with some of the justly prizes of silver, and a grand prize of

p.m., at the beautiful Country Club the Juniorettes, and their mothers. of the famous Starke Strawberry $100 to be awarded on Sunday. You
Estates home of Dr. and Mrs. Harry This delightful social is an eagerly- Announcements Shortcake- at the 1966 An- do not have to be present to win.

Gruen. Mrs. Gruen is the general awaited event, marking the inter-- Church Items tique and Collectible Show and Sale. This is the major fund-raiser of the

club sponsor of the Junior Woman's actional cooperation of the three News Club News Sponsored by the Woman's Club of Woman's Club of Starke to help the

Club. Federated Clubs. Starke, the Show and Sale will be club participate in civic
Mrs. Gruen, Mrs. J.W. Griffin I held at the Bradford FairgroundsMarch charitable and educationalendeavors

(president of the General Club), and 21-23 with a special previewto Come on out for a good

Mrs. Dennis Connaughton (presi- Hampton HilitesBy be held Thursday, Mar. 20 from time, good food some real "finds"in
dent of the Jr. Woman's Club) 5-8 p.m. antiques, and help the Woman's

received guests, assisted by Mrs. Dolores Meng There will be Hummels and sterl- Club help your community at the

George Roberts, fourth vice presi- Phone 468-1913 Methodist Youth Honored at BanquetThe ing silver quilts and Depression same time.

dent of the General Club. Visitors glass, boos, primitives, furniture,
Guests were invited to the dining Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mouch left on dolls, and just about whatever you
room, where tall silver candelabra Saturday for their home in Toledo, youth of The First United Ice Cream Parlor. PJ's Sports can name in the "collectible" PhillipsJonesEngagement

flanked an arrangement of navy silk Ohio after one week's visit with his Methodist Church were honored Center, Adventure Land Video, category. All items are for sale. ToldMs.

tulips, branches, and silk greenery, sister, Mrs. Paul Meng and other Feb. 16 by the United Methodist Culligan Water Conditioning Kochs The Woman's Club will again offer
Women at a Valentine Banquet in Drugs Store, Florida Theatre Linda Harrell of Douglas and
centered on a navy cloth. Silver relatives here. They also visited plants, "white elephants" and mun-
trays of assorted finger foods sur- friends and relatives in Tampa, St. Fellowship Hall. Wilson Florist, Pizza Hut, Starke chies at their Strawberry Boutique Tommy Phillips of Douglas an-

rounded a silver punch bowl. Of- Pete Venice and other places in the The Hall was appropriately Pastry Shop, Dimple's Style: Shop booth. The Kountry Kitchen will nounce the engagement and ap-
ficers of the participating clubs South. decorated by Nancy Roberts in the Western Steer Chastauvs, FirstChoice serve delicious meals daily, 11:30: proaching marriage of their

assisted in serving punch. Mrs. Barbara Shippey of New 'Sweetheart motif with red heart Pizza, dark's Hallmark and a.m. to 1 p.m. The dessert booth will daughter, Angela Clysta Phillips to
Jersey is spending this week with balloons and red and white silk Starke Video, with Cana Schmidt in be open each day, specializing in David Lane Jones, son of Mr. and
her father Mr. William Lnhn. flowers on each table which was charge shortcake and other delectable Mrs. Robert R. Jones of Starke and

Sp. Clarence KroppIn On Sunday, Mar. 2 Mr. and Mrs. covered in red. Josh Bula served as DJ for Name sweets, while a coke wagon will provide Mr. and Mrs. Roy White of Douglas.

S. Korea Exercise Kevin Meng hosted a party in The sixty youth and guests were That Tune. Music for the show was soft drinks, hamburgers and Angie attended Coffee High School

celebration of Daniel's second birthday served oven fried chicken, brocolli provided by Charlene Francis, hot dogs.You won't get hungry while and plans to continue her educationin

Army Spec. 4 Clarence D. Kropp Out of town guests enjoying the and cheese, mashed potatoes and Carole and Warren Stevenson. you browse through two buildings Lawton, Okla.
has participated in Team Spirit '86, decorated cake and party were Mrs. gravy, rolls, tea and banana pud- Catherine Wilson was in charge of filled to the brim with 40-plus David is a graduate of Bradford

a Republic of Korea/United States Susan Slaughter, Susana and ding prepared by Chef Oleeta and the programs and posters were dealers occupying over sixty booth High School of Starke and is presently -
Combined Forces Command spon- Marlow of Oklawaha and Mrs. her kitchen crew. made by Gloria Strickland. Com- spaces. serving in the U.S. Army of Ft.

sored exercise held in South Korea. Dorothy Haythorne of Gainesville. The program, under the directionof mericals were presented by Nancy Sill, Okla.
Team Spirit '86 was the eleventh in Hampton Elementary School Phyllis Carver, concluded the and Richard Odom for Bradford The wedding is planned for Saturday -
an annual series of combined joint Spelling Bee WinnersCongratulations evening. A facsimile of the game Brick and Stone, Jay Carver for Tina Meier, Mar. 22 at the First Assemblyof

field training exercises staged to in- to Joey Hall who show 'Wheel of Fortune' with Bob Nature's Twigs, Charles 'Herb' Robert RobertsEngagement dod in Douglas at 7:30 p.m. All

crease the defensive posture of came out as the champion speller in 'Pat' Milner and Bonnie 'Vanna' Francis and the Thompson family Told relative and friends are cordially in-

Korean and U.S. combat and!,sup- competition with fifth, sixth and Durban was a highlight of the even- for Combat Spray.Chairman vited. A reception will follow in the

port forces. seventh graders in the spelling bee ing. Prizes were awarded by Jay of Campus Ministry Don E. Meier of Starke announces church social hall.
held recently at school. and Lisa Kellr' tabulation was under Laurie Mullins was in charge of the engagement and approaching
Kropp is an infantryman with the the Dan and Foster arrangements for the banquet.
Joey a seventh grader, will com- Lynn marriage of his daughter, Tina -
14th Infantry at Schofield Barracks St. Edward's News
pete in the countywide bee scheduled and the 'board' was controlled by Louise Meier, to Robert Ray
Hawaii His wife Brenda is the
for March 12 in Starke. Linda Smith. Roberts, son of Ed and Madeline Parishioners Hear
daughter of Wesley and Bonnie David Roberts, who earned second Members of UMW groups were Did You Know... Roberts, all of Starke. Mother Angelica SpeakOn

Thomas of Starke. place, will serve as Alternate.Wyatt responsible for prizes, servers, and Mrs. E.B. Searing was in The bride-elect graduated from
Local businesses Lakeland last weekend visiting her Saturday, Mar. 1, the St.Patrick's .
Collins was the third place winner. clean-up. con- Bradford High and is employed by
tributing to the event were Love sister, Mrs. George Armitage and 301 Quick Stop. The groom also at- RENEW Team sponsored
That Video, Stumps DepartmentStore her nephew and family, Mr. and tended Bradford High and is a truck a "Festival of Learning' day at

Mitchell's Drug Store. Marv's Mrs. George Trask driver. their Gainesville church.

I The wedding has been planned for Mother Angelica, a Franciscannun
Public NoticesAUCTION who founded Our Lady of Angels
May Lake.3, 1986, at SLAB on Sampson Monastery in Birmingham, Ala.,

was a featured speaker. She spoke
on suffering and how to deal with it
NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO firm name of Plc-A-Flick Video Hwy.301 constructively. In her address on
NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME South of Lawtey Intends to register said AUCTION NOTICE Hospice Speaker AtWoman' she suggested
day March 17, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida fictitious name under the aforesaid NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. Living Prayer, waysof
A.M. the undersigned Gator Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the statute. day March 10. 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Club WednesdayMs. living a prayerful life

Freightwayt, Inc., will tell at public auction undersigned Douglas S. Miller Rt. 1, Dated this 24th day of February 1986, A.M., the undersigned, Gator Cook R.N. of North Mother Angelica is also foundressof
for coin at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Box 1087, Lawtey Fla. 32058, sole In Bradford County. Freightwoys, Inc., will sell at public auction Cathy the Eternal Word Television Net-
Fla., one lot of Fluorescent light owner doing business under the firm 2/27 4tpd 3/20 for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Central Florida Hospice Inc., will work in Irondale Ala. Efforts are
bulbs consigned to Western Auto name of Lawt.y Farm Equipment Soles Florida one lot of flat cardboard, be the featured speaker at the Home being made in the Gainesville area

Crawlordvllle, Flo.. to satisfy freight and Rt. 1, Box 1087, Lawtey, Fla. 32058 Intends consigned to Jefferson Ward Miami Life meeting of the Woman's Club of to hook up to this cable network.
storage charges, under the provisions of to register said fictitious name Florida to satisfy freight and storage Starke, to be held on Wednesday, Among other featured speakerswere
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of under the aforesaid statute charges, under the provisions of Section Mar. 13.Hospice. Len Spillane who addressed

Lading. Dated this 20th day of February A.D., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. training for volunteerswill social action issues including adop- I
Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier 1986 In Bradford County. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier be given in Bradford County tion. i
04-705533 did 1/13/86 2/27 4tchg 320IN BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 2/212tchg 3/6 08-667079 dtd 1/786IN shortly, so that local citizens who Kathie Baum gave instruction for

362tchg313AUCTION Case No 85-180-CA have a life-limiting illness may be the hearing impaired.

HERBERT WEEKS and asisted in living in a comfortable James and Teresa Degan addressed -
NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH MARILYN J. RIEHL, pain-free manner at home assistedby teenagers and adults on skills for
NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon Plaintiffs, a support group of professionalsand family communication. Sylvia
day, March 17, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR trained volunteers.Mrs. Neunschwander instructed youth in
A.M the undersigned Gator CASE NO. 85-133-CA RAIFORD TETSTONE and BRADFORD COUNTY A.L. Crosby,Jr., is chairmanof assembling mission rosaries.
Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auc IN RE: The Marriage of Case No. 86.S6-CA
NANCY C. TETSTONE, his wife; the Home Life Committee, aided The Clown Club con-
tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville : Marriage
ALACHUA GENERAL HOSPITAL INC., by Mesdames A.K. Carlisle, P. fun session for the
Husband ducted a youth on
Flo., on. lot of Fluorescent light DONALD WAYNE REESE
bulbs consigned to Petrolone Go. and Defendants.NOTICE. Husband Bridges, R. Hall, E.A. Hall, A.J. skills of clowning.The .
OF PUBLIC SALE Barry, C.E. O'Steen, O.A. Wiggins day concluded with Mass con-
Havana Fla., to satisfy freight and NANCY R. KRAMER Wife.NOTICE and
storage charges under the provisions of OF ACTION; Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto JOANNA LYNN REESE R.P. McLendon, M. Jackson, J.H. celebrated by Bishop John Snyder of
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE NO PROPERTY the Final Judgment of Foreclosure Wife McClane, and M. Williams. the St. Augustine Diocese and
Lading. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for entered In the Circuit Court of the Eighth NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Members are reminded that the Father Roland Julien, pastor of St.
Gator Freightways, Inc.Carrier. dissolution of marriage has been filed Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County : DONALD WAYNE REESE March meeting will be the last opportunity Patrick's Parish.
against you and you are required toserve Florida Civil Action Case No. Address Unknown. to donate items for the Attending from St. Edward's were
I will
04-704737 dId 1/9/86 a copy of your written defenses, if 85-180-CA sell the on 27 described February 1986 lying White Elephant" booth the Club is Mary Brown, Antoinette Coss, Mary
following property
362tchg313AUCTION any, to it on Eugene F. Shaw, Plaintiff's and being situate In Bradford County YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action sponsoring at the Antique Show and Cissy Kay Richards, Anne Gingras,
attorney whose address Is 925-E North Florida wit for dissolution of marriage has been Sale. If this booth is to be a success, Josephine Gumber Mary Hum-
to- :
NOTICE Temple Avenue Starke, Florida 32091 A parcel of land situated In the N'of filed against you and you are required to we must have items to sell! John Wadovsky,Francis and
NOTICE I. hereby given that on Mon. on or before March 20. 1986. and file the serve a copy of your written defenses If Dolores Meng.
of Section 6
the SE 1/4 33. Township
day, March 17, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock original with the clerk of this court 22 Bradford any to Terence M. Brown Attorney for BH Auxiliary
South County
A.M. the undersigned, Gator either before service on plaintiff's attorney Range Wife P.O. Drawer 40 Starke, Florida
Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction or Immediately thereafter; otherwise Florida; described said parcel follows being more particularly 32091. on or before April 3, 1986 and Meeting Mar. 17 DAV Chapter
2600 Rd. Jacksonville default will be entered as : file the original with the Clerk of this
for cash at Lloyd a againstyou Commence at the Intersection of the The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Meeting March 13
Fla., on. lot of rltetrak consignedto for the relief demanded In the complaint Court before or Immediately thereafter;
West right of line of State Road No. will\ hold its general meeting on Mon-
J.W. Manflng IGA Bonifoy Fla., to or petition. way otherwise a default will be entered The DAV Chapter Starke 61
100 with the South line of sold Ni of March 17 at the Western Steerat
satisfy freight and storage charges, Dated on this 3rd day of February, against you for the relief demanded In day, meeting will be held Thursday,
the SE 1/4 and run N 88'56'40" W. along 6:30: This is the regularly
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of 1986. the Petition. March 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Pratt St.
the South line of said N / of the SE 1/40 third
scheduled Monday meeting
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. GILBERT S. BROWNAs Witness my hand and seal of this Recreation Center.
distance of 325.03 feet thence run S _
Gator Freightways, Inc. Clerk of the Court 89'30'50" W. 337.25 feet; to P.O.B.; Court on the 3rd day of March 1986. date. Nominations for new officers
CarrierHalls By Deputy Clerk GILBERT S. BROWN
thence run N 02003'10" W, 30.01 feet to (1986-87) will be accepted.
0.12087411 dId 12/30/85 2134tchg36NOTICE on Iron pipe; thence continue N Clerk of the Court Michael Ricks Attends All DAV's are welcome to attend.
316 3/13 By: Becky Parrlsh
0203'10" W, 461.31 feet to an Iron pipe: Deputy CI.rk364Ichg327 Insurance School
thence run S 8757'35" W. 200.0 feet to
AUCTION NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR an Iron pipe; thence run S 0203'IO" E. Michael Ricks of Starke recently
NOTICE I. hereby given that on Monday REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF
455.87 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run attended New Agent's School con-
March 17. 1986, at 10:00 o'clock THE LAND USE PLAN
A.M. the undersigned Gator An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive S0203'10" E, 30.01 feet to the South line IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH ducted at the home office of Liberty .I
Freightways Inc., will sell at public auction Land Use Plan Element and of said N '/ of said SE 1/4; thence run N JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR National Life Insurance in Birm- Methodist

for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance 89.30'50" E, along said South line 200.08 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. ingham, Ala.
of feet to P.O.B. Said parcel containing Case No.86.68 Ricks Liberty Na- Morning Worship
Fla., on. lot Fluorescent light with the local Government represents
bulbs consigned to Mr. Transmission Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as 2.243 acres more or I...road. SUBJECT to the on IN RE: The Marriage of tional's Jacksonville West office. Every Sunday at 11 a.m.
Tallahassee, Flo., to satisfy fr.lght and provided for In Chapter 163 of the existing county graded across RONALD R. BOLDER Husband
feet thereof. On Cable
storage charges, under the provisions of Florida Statutes.TO Southerly 30 andTERESA TV Channel
Said sale shall be at sale to the
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of : All citizens Taxpayers and other Interested public A. BOLDER Wife
Lading. highest bidder for cash and In accordance NOTICE OF SUIT--NO PROPERTYTO
persons. with the aforedescrlbed FinalJudgment.
Gator Freightways, Inc. You and each of you are hereby and : RONALD R. BOLDER
Said sole shall be held at the RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU .
CarrierPro. herewith given notice In accordancewith
04-705534 dtd 1/13/86 Florida Statutes that the Board of Main (East) Door of the Bradford County ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action ChurchHighway
3621chg313ZONING County Commissioners of Bradford Courthouse, In Starke. Florida at 11:00: for dissolution of marriage has been Hope Baptist

County Florida have designated the a.m., Eastern Standard Time, on the 21st filed against you and you are required to
Bradford County Zoning and Planning day of March 1986. serve a copy of your written defenses If 100 between Starke & Keystone
GILBERT S. BROWN to It, on the Petitioner's/Wife's attorney
Board to conduct at any
a public hearing a
NOTICE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy Woman Enrichment Conference
whose name and address Is: Joyful
regular held at 7:00 In the
FLETA H. LANGLEY has made application p.m. Becky Parrlih
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for Ham. Council Room of Starke City Hall Slarke, JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. 6:00 9:00
Deputy Clerk362tchg313 Attorney for Wife March 14 : pm r : pm
Florida March 25 and
Occupation for Beauty Shop to the Bradford on Tuesday 1986.
County Board of Adjustments| onproperty make a recommendation to the Board of Starke.P. O.Florida Box 1056 32091 March 15 9:00 am 3:30: pm
County Commissioners and the Board
that Is classified EA and
described below: will consider on Monday April 7, 1986 and file the original with the Clerk before of Led by Mrs. John R. Rice and Mrs. Elizabeth Handford
the above Court
styled on or
at the Commissioners Room of the Bradford 9
in building In EA, located
a separate
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida April 10 1986; otherwise a judgmentmay fee Includes outline )
1500 message
two miles North of Lawtey off NW 105th, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO be entered against you for the Registration
mile West off 301 N, Parcel at 10:00 a.m., an Ordinance relating to: I
one REGISTER relief demanded in the Petition. boxed lunch and coffee breaks
The rezoning of the following described -
1131.01800 In Section 11 Township 5 S..
FICTITIOUS NAME WITNESS my hand and seal of sold
Range 22 East property and amending the Comprehensive Section FloridaStatutes 4th of 1986. LIMITED SEATING REGISTER TODAY
Land Use Plan to provide Pursuant to 865.09 Court on this day March.
The Bradford County Board of Adjustments notice Is hereby given that Ih.und.r'lgned. GILBERT S. BROWN. CLERK
that currently zoned RSF-MH and Call 473-4188
will conduct a public hearing Charlet W. and Parrlsh
Heavner C. By Becky
designated by the plan as Rural R..ld.n.tlal
at their regular meeting held on Tuesday E. Powell joint owners, doing businessunder Deputy Clerk364tchg321 .
be rezoned to ILW and d..lgnaledWor.hou.ing. .. '
March 25, 1986, at 7:30: p.m. In the the firm name of Starke Mini- "

Council Room of City Hall on Thompson ft HARLEM, the property describedas of R. Storage, Intends to register laid fictitious .. ;
Street Starke, Florida. At this time all
under the oforeiaid
follows: name Cub bears. are .born toothless, fur-less 4
will be heard this
persons concerning 1.14 acres located one and one-half statute. end blind, and often weigh less then e
Codes application of Bradford as specified County.In the Zoning mile East of Starke off North side of Hwy In Dated Bradford this 2nd day of February 1986 pound says National Wildlife's Ranger NOW RENTING f
l.M. Gaines Director 16 In Section 23, Township 6 South 2/20 3/13 Rick Magailne.
Itchg 3/6 Range 22 East Parcel 2764.00200 for 4tchg
drywall operation office and warehousing -
of supplies.You s Keystone Village Apartments' I',

ZONING NOTICE are further given NOTICE that a E'k1
TRINITY BAPTIST' CHURCH has mad. copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is Gina'sClassic /
application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for available for your Inspection at the office Brand New Patio-Style Apts. -

Numbers 2 and 8 for church and preschool of the Director of Zoning and Planning 11 Cuts & Styles

curricula to the Bradford County Florida., City Hall Thompson Street Starke, Ii 1-2 & 3 BR UnitsFROM

Board of Adjustments on property that I Is
classified RSF-1 and described below: Each and every person having any Interest Wants You To

Lots 23, 24, 25, A 26 of Geneva WoodsIn whatever In the enactment of this ..__. '220 per month
Section 25 Township 8 South Range proposed ORDINANCE should appear LBe C8eauti ast
1uQ frit/ te1t
22 East Parcels 06003A.023 thru 026. and be heard at the time and place ,

located 3 miles Southwest of Keystoneoff prescribed. .WrSP On-Site Laundry Resident Manager Sorry No Pets I
West side of Hwy 21, 1/4 mil. southof ,
gold entrance. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy $ 25
course S
The Bradford County Board of Adjustments Gilbert Brown ... Perms . . inc. cut \\ .1 CALL

will conduct a public hearing Itchg Clerk 3/6 '. Haircut fO1 (Drive through
at their regular meeting held on Tuesday 7

March 25, 1986 at 7:30: p.m. In the '' Blowdry . . . . . \A\\.tt 4733682or -a.:.=.r Golf Club Estates
Council Room of City Hall on Thompson
Street Starke, Florida. At this time all NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 964.6777 4ti\\a stop by LENDER; to Cortez Road ,
persons will be heard concerning this ,
application as specified In the Zoning Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida 4MN.TMiBllAve.SutttA MM tow RUM Kites. : 61 Thomas Circle follow signs.)
Codes of Bradford County. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ...... Jes/as oiRell .....-.... 5.8 k1 area

L.M Gaines, Director undersigned Cerl Griffis and Linda Grrl- IIIrIII, Hate tacky MM Eve...is by
Itchg 3/6 Us, P. O. Box 332 Lawtey Fla. 32058. i sorsis ttrtet treat IMS IIa4I C. Wetter lilt ,
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I Fr. Bow/es/ Celebrates/ 25' AnniversaryOn ill I
t dllt ws1[I' Masarasalstn.
o aesa.tlsi aweapea .
Wednesday, Feb. 19,the Very St. Michael's Church for the past ten seaters +r rarrwwwsw rta.aeerrraM.el
Rev. Richard J. Bowles celebratedthe years. r .1.sraseaser
rlwal.a i owaeee .sorrow
25th Anniversary of Ordinationto Among those attending the M r paealaaWMelana aMY as1ala araaM
the Priesthood. Concelebrating celebration from the Starke area i r aeaw.wwrwrserwewaesw
the Mass of Thanksgiving with were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coss,
Father Bowles St. Michael's ; r ..rwsa.e .
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones and Mrs. 1
Catholic Church in Pensacola was Peggy Shaller. rw
Bishop J. Keith Symons and fellow .
priests. Juvenile Justice Program .1' 11/ Itlfr'It 1.
The Knights of Columbus formedan Seeks Award Recelplents tY t 'wreasan,k M' .
arch for the Entrance Proces- ,
sion. Father Bowles Bishop The Juvenile Section of the
Symons, the acolytes, and 60 fellow Florida Conference of Circuit
priests led the procession.The Judges announces the Second An-
homily was given by Msgr. nual Awards Program for individuals rrt
John W. Glorie, a seminarian and groups providing
classmate of Father Bowles. Special meritorious service to the juvenile e't
music was provided by a brass choir justice system in Florida. Nomina :
and the church choir.In tions for 1985-86 are now being i7 ''4r
the Offertory Procession were solicited in the following categories: r ,
Father Bowles' parents, Mr. and 1. Outstanding individual or group
Mrs. Leo T. Bowles,Sr.,his brothers for significant contribution in area
and their wives,Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. of research, innovative proposals or
Bowles, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. other unusual endeavor.
Robert L. Bowles. 2. Outstanding presentation by the
Following the Mass a receptionand media on the juvenile justice r' x
banquet were held at the New system. l'ft
World Landing Restaurant in the 3. Outstanding Delinquency program t r
historic harbor area. provided by the Private Sec-
Father Bowles will be tor. Top Spellers...
remembered as a former pastor of 4. Outstanding Delinquency program Class finalists In the Southsidc Elementary School Spelling Bee include
St. Edward's Catholic Church and provided by the Public Sector. (back row I left to Ightl.) Vera Smith Kim Gross, Melanie Trimble. In the front: Tory amainand Kason, Charnelle !McPherson, Heather
St. Mary's Church in Macclenny. He 5. Outstanding Dependency pro- Crystal Sutton, Daniel; co neJam''s Smith. Law son, Wyndall Jason Canuvu.
was ordained at the Chapel of St. gram provided by the Private Sec
Augustine in Gainesville on Feb. 19. tor.
1961. He has served the 100 year old 6. Outstanding Dependency pro- Gross. Smith Winners
gram provided by the Public Sector. at Southside Elementary
This year's awards are again being ..
funded by the law firm of By Mark Friedlin "attack", "thousand" and "con- -
Holland and Knight. Nominationswill BCT Staff Writer tinually" correctly before missing 11T>''TTit7
USDA Commodity close on May 2, 1986. Those Kim Gross spelled comparison "mathematics". ___w__ -" ,w..+-"S -
selected will be and h-e-s-i-t-a-t-e ) and __
as slowly
recipients 11111a
Distribution Dates Wyndell Hampton spelled '-::=--===
honored at Awards to become Southside Elem and"enourmous" wrN ...' -
an Ceremony surely ntary's "market", "visit", "asleep" -----
Suwannee River Economic Coun- during the Conference of Circuit Spelling Bee Champion for correctly before miss- --.r a-wsn. ..,,:wweawe=::=::::
wraw -
cil, Inc., announces the distributionof Court Judges Annual Meeting in the 1986.( ing "bananna". ------
wM -wwti-.w w.Oww.w
USDA commodities. Fall of 1986.Submissions. Kim battled it out in the final Jason Canova spelled "student", ..- w.- -0---iYe Ww_A.-W_.
Distribution sites and dates are as for nomination may rounds with another talented speller "arrow" "island and "museum"correctly -.-...----..
follows: be in the form of letters, press clippIngs James Smith after 13 other before missing "vacume". e. i I :!!"''JI
THURSDAY, Mar. 13, Old RJE videotapes, narratives or in finalists had dropped out. Tory Kittles spelled "sentence", rkts 1
School Building, 10:30: a.m.-4p.m. whatever form the applicant deems James is the Alternate for Kim in "trouble", "grasshopper" and "in-
FRIDAY Mar. 14, Old RJE School, appropriate. An original and two the upcoming County-Wide Spelling surance" correctly before missing Kim Gross
9:30-1:30: : p.m.MONDAY copies should be submitted to: Bee at a date soon to be announced.One "niece". James Smith
Mar. 17, LAWTEY Judge Seymour Gelber, Project speller Daniel Cooney, went I Southside Elementary School Spelling Bet Alternate for I i I
Recreation Ctr., Middleburg Rd., 10 Chairman, Juvenile Justice Awards, out in the first round when he In the seventh round one more Spelling...Bee .Champion. Southside Elementary School...
m.-2:30 p.m.TUESDAY 3300 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, mispellecl the word "simply"In speller fell out. -" .
Mar 18, HAMPTON Ci Florida 33142. the second round Jill Eason Vera Smith spelled "roast", "rab- "umbrella""" and "persuade" to James spelled "syllable", then
ty Hall, 10 a.m.-2:30: p.m. spelled "ocean" correctly then miss- bit", "prevent", "doubtful", and make the final rounds of action. Kim got "vehicle" as the words got
WEDNESDAY, Mar. 19, BROOKER ed "factory". Charnelle McPherson "warrior" before missing Kim spelled} "number", "ques- harder.
City Hall, 10 a.m.-l:30: p.m. Card of ThanksWe spelled"closet" correctly then miss- "decision". tion" "jelly", "banquet", I
WEDNESDAY, Mar. 19, Sl'EED- would like to thank the hospital ed the word "passenger". There were three spellers left. "religion" and "tongue" correctlyto
VILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist, 10 staff, Dr. Gianas, Rescue Unit and Melanie Trimble spelled "eager", Heather Lawson spelled "early", make the final round. James spelled "permission" cor- I
a.m.-l:30p.m. many friends that was so good to our "honey" and "zebra" correctly "knife", "watermelon", "coccoon", In the final round: Kim spelled rectly, then Kim got "funeral" right
Cheese, butter, milk and honey son Mike and to us after his accident before missing "license" in the "canyon" and "promptly" correctly "soldier", then James spelled and got her second chance to win.
will be distributed this month. Wednesday, Feb. 26. He will be fourth round. before missing "acquire"The "organize". when James missed "comparison"Kim
Please bring a box or bag to put your recovering at home. Four spellers went out in the fifth final two spellers were James Kim spelled "athletics", then spelled "comparision" correctly -
commodities in. Mr. and Mrs. John Crockrell round. Smith, who had spelled "highway", James missed "recommend", but then spelled "hesitate" to
Crystal Sutton spelled "crayon", "promise", "mother", "accident". then so did Kim. claim the spelling bee crown.

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Hall, Roberts Win

At Hampton Spelling BeeJoey


Hall took a deep breath and Beth Kennan spelled"nation" and
closed his eyes before spelling beard "rubber" before missing "jewel" in ---"
taking care over the spelling round 3. Macy Rhoden spelled p dW
since even a simple word is easy to "number"and'chain" before miss- i I'
miss when the pressure is on as it ing "innermost." Danny Manz spelled .
was in the Hampton Elementary "sorry" and "arrive" before
spelling bee. missing "pincushion."
Hall took top honors at Hamptonby Diana Searcy hung in there till -
spelling "terminate" and round 4 by spelling "jelly," "trail" '.1"r
"beard" in the elimination round and "valley' before missing "mer-
after alternate David Roberts miss- rily." Billy Kyle spelled "pick,"
ed "terminate" to give Hall a "dance" and "level" before missing: I.J\
chance at the brass ring. "
"taxation. Gina spelled
Hall and J ., .
Roberts will both (: .r
"leave "until" and "outburst"before .
sent Hampton Elementary in the missing "accompany." '......'
county-wide spelling bee to be heldon Sandra Aviles ,
kept on keeping on
Wednesday, March 12, at 10 a.m. until round 5 by spelling "matter," I
at the Bradford County School Board "army," r'dawned" and"weeknight" Top Spellers... .
office on Temple Avenue.
15 spellers competed at Hamptonfor before missing Class finalists in the Hampton Elementary School Spelling Bee include In the front: Diana Searcy, Sandra Auilles, Beth Kennan, Donald Dick,
the honor of representing the "buckle." Melissa Byrd" spelled (back row left to right): Henry Khoden, David Roberts, Danny Manz, Billy Kyle, Trish Jones, Mark Crawford and Joey Mali.r .
"ribbon, "chimney, "foaming"and Melissa Byrd, Macey Rhoden, Wyatt Collins and Gina Padgett."zoning" .
school in the county bee. All 15 "federal" before missing .. ."' ... .....UN_....._....e w,...
the from "poacher." '
represented top spellers
and "chapel" before miss-
the classes at HES. Rounds six and seven passed with "
Donald Dick mixed his letters up five spellers still vying for the top ing "nestle." Trish Jones" spelled"
in spelling the word "leaf" and left position and none of them making "hammer, "storm" "Iance" ,
the contest in round 1. mistakes. "capable.' "comic, repaint"sedan and"agency' '
Henry Rhoden spelled 'scare" Mark Crawford succombed in before missing i!
correctly but missed "doctor" in round 8 by spelling "extra," "tank," Wyatt Collins came oh-so-close to
victory by being the last speller to
"narrow "scrawl
round 2. "grocery, ,
drop out before the elimination rZ ...
round which pitted Hall and Roberts : fi'
against one another. /
Collins spelled. "rin!!," "engine,"

Take a Fun Food Safety Test "kidskin"slapstick,",* "heckle"qualify,'I and"jellyfish'emptiness' ir I I f'I I I

before missing "relic. ,_ I
David Roberts spelled "fear," > .;V- 1
Pin-king food tor life on (the runmeetings, school,work, picnicsis pretty "world," "order," "kindhearted," ,< ia '
i-iihN Keeping that loud safe is easy too, if you know what to do. Remember "amiss," "spur," "bashful," ,
that a serious food-handling mistake can make you and your family sick. "lapse," and "orchard" before rhy
Think you're informed enough to avoid food poisoning?? Try our quiz and see entering the elimination round '., JJ r ,r w
.. .
how you score. against Hall. '. M.h..1/. .
Joey Hall spelled "shirt," "" 4 fy
True or False: "costume ;,t
1. Food poisoning is a minor problem today since only about 5,000 cases "hemestead "evermore," I '. '.< ,
occur each year. -
"decline and
2 Food poisoning isn't that seriousafter a day or two of discomfort,you're "gasket" before entering the Joey Hall David Roberts Wyatt CollinsIato"gElemenUrSUZoriUP
just t fine. elimination round to take the title of Hampton Elementary School for
:3 One way to avoid food poisoning is to taste a little bit of the suspected food top speller. Spelling Bee Champion Hampton Spelling Bee Alternate.
and throw out if it tastes strange.
4 You can tell when food poisoning bacteria are present because of their

odor. 2. False. Some kinds of food poisoning, like botulism, are very dangerous. )Fahrenheit). Letting food sit out for more than two hours provides a fine opportunity -
child'smeat sandwiches the before
Free/ing your or poultry night can And any poisoning can be serious in children, the elderly or people who are for bacterial growth.
keep them safe next day's school lunch.
in health.
6. Using a freeze-pack in your lunch bag can thwart food poisoners. already poor 8. False. Thawing foods at room temperature provides a perfect breeding
7. You can avoid food poisoning by making sure that foods are not left at 3. False. Never taste food that you think might be unsafe. Even small ground for many types of bacteria, because they multiply in thawed outer
room temperature for over two hours. amounts of some food poisoning bacteria or the poisons they produce can be areas of food before the interior is thawed. Try to plan far enough in advance
8. It's a good idea to thaw foods at room temperature, because foodpoisoning very dangerous. A of thumb is- When in doubt, throw it out! so food can thaw in the refrigerator. Or, thaw in your microwave or in sealed
bacteria can't live in that temperature range. 4. False. Most food poisoning bacteria are odorless colorless and tasteless. packaging under cold water.
9. Food poisoning comes only from fresh milk, meat or poultry. Canned
foods are always sate. 5. True. )Freezing sandwiches overnight is a good way to fight the food .
10 As long as food is in a cooler, you can leave it almost anywhere during poisoners. But mayonnaise, lettuce and tomatoes don't freeze well. These 9. False. Food poisoning can come from a variety of sources, including canned
your picnic. can be packed separately and added at lunchtime. goods. Leaking cans aren't the only villains. Dented, swollen and rusted
cans could lead to food poisoning too.
tNSV\ERS: 6. True. A commercial freeze-pack in the brown bag or lunch box keeps the
I False. Despite canning and a host of other technological advances, food rest of your lunch colder. A cold canned drink frozen sandwich or ice-filled 10. False. Keep coolers in the coolest, shadiest place possible while picknick-
poisoning is still a significant problem. An estimated two million cases occur plastic refrigerator dish can help, too ing. Try transporting your cooler in the rear seat-- it's a lot cooler than the
each year 7. True Food poisoning bacteria thrive at t room temperature ((60-100 degrees trunk.

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National) Mental) Retardation Month

ByMarkFrledlln enterprise located on SR-18. Mentally t t :
BCT Staff Writer retarded adults of Bradford Coun- 1
March is National Mental Retar- ty who work and learn at the
dation Month and it will have special workshop gain extensive trainingand ..
meaning this year for the staff and practical working experiencefrom r
clients of the Bradford Associationfor the program.At "
Retarded Citizens' Sunshine Industries present there are 50 mentally
workshop, which is experiencing handicapped adults attending the .
one of its busiest years center daily, receiving training in .. .
ever. the basic education skills of daily living .........-:..,-'_-.....C
The Bradford AssociationARC) and vocational training and work t.- '''.
has recently announced plans for a experience from which they can
new facility to keep up with the earn wages and a measure of self- -" .
overall growth in the program. Independence.They ....,
"We plan to add the new building also enjoy the companion .
in the last 'half of this year," com- ship and the friendly atmosphere of t : ; _. -
mented Executive Director Bob the center, an atmosphere per .. ..
Larimer. "The plans call for an 8,000sq. sonified by Executive Director A '' 1. .
ft. new building which will add a Larimer, who's highly skilled but .., :". .k.-"I.: : -
'- .II"I
classroom, a new workshop and additional to .tMAI .: .: : ,
office space to the center. easygoing tend into all personality of the various seems activities ex- ". .. j ::::: :::DIIII.; :,l I.-- .. k

This project will be largely funded going on at the facility. : ,
by a Federal loan, but local fundingand "Our goal," Larimer says. "is to
community support will be have each student, or client as we -
needed and much appreciated dur- call them, reach their highest possible -
ing the. planning and building potential and attempt to live asSt.t.

stages.Sunshine" Industries is a.bustling Busy at Work.., advice for client Joe Bird as the open'alt. the skill saw recycling lumber I
I'ager: Sunshine Industries Staff member Don Rhnerat left) has some sound for surveying stakes and pallets

Local funding

sends ChrisCampbell

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to Spainfor Free Demonstrations Saturday, Factory Rep. on Hand ,

treatment Starke Store March 8th Saturday 10 am 4 pm r

Five-year-old Chris Campbell SaturdaylOam-4pm
smiled and said "Kozak" when ask-
ed where he would be going soon. Only Starke] Store

And Chris was right. =YEAR=_ '
Thanks to a massive local fund-
raising drive, he will be winging his IWARRANTYg= SAVE to *400on
way on April 1 to the Kozak Clime in '\= up
Gerona, Spain to undergo treatmentfor -'Qp LAS"
what some American der- '
matologists believe to be an In- Toro Riders

curable skin better disorder knnwn,epidermolysisbullosa E.B. Come Take A Ride fJiff .
as t f e 7, 3s & 11 HP Engines I'

In spite of some medical "Doub--
ting Thomases", Chris's friends and -
supporters have not lost faith and
hope. They feel that the trip to Spainis
worth the effort,even if cure is nota
100 percent sure.thing.
"We simply cannot sit by and see (
this child suffer the agonies of E.B.
while awaiting a slow and painful '
death," declares the two-woman % Optional< Catchers on Display 4
team of Pauline Aiken and Maybelle -. .. _.. ,
Whitehead, who have sparked community ; '
t G Jtm"
and area-wide fund-raising ._ ..,._ ... .. .. .. '
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treat- .
Chris's .. ..
efforts for expensive .. -.. "0....' '
ment. $2,500 Instant Credit Available

No Down Payment
Their determination was reinforced -
last weekend by the arrival from OForQuulifi..d8u'er.
Canada of Tony Degabriele, aSfryearold FREE Setup, Service & Delivery See the INo. 1 Rated Toro Rider
living proof that the
"protocol"prescribed by Hungarian
biochemist, Pavel Kozak, can and
does workif not in all cases, at ; eft

least worthwhile in a sufficient for those number who to can makeit afford MITSUBISHI ffeilil. l. .. 'e,y"/" \....,,,. ;rt/ott. :: 3Uil" :

it.Pictures. BUILT BY THE PROS :firt' .;rQ.dpull.; .

tell the graphic story, 15.3011P Diesel Engines l .. .. -- .' .. .. .
and Degabriele, who drove here
from Canada last week to visit Chris
and present a video-taped documen-
tary on the Kozak clinic and its pa- Only Savings Over 2YEARLIMITED'
tients, has photographic evidence of i .- i !:.,., 21" Self Propelled ',
successful bout with E.B., $3995 WARRAN 11'
his own '3 .
, the disease that brought him close to o.;}= 1 te 'overhead
\ death after 30 years of suffering. $2000 value::
Degabriele showed before and after ; engine
photographs of himself and other
cured or vastly improved patients at
public meetings in the BHS i SAVE up to MOO00
auditorium last Friday and Satur- FREE
selected models.
on !
day nights.

Demos ,
Not all dermatologists agree with
those who say that money spent at
the Kozak clinic could be better used Saturday t = No !Money

for clippings other purposes.from Degabriele Canadian has COME BY AND TAKE A HIDE Down

newspapers in which some der-
matologists acknowledge that he 8,8% Financing:
and others benefitted by their stay at All Toro

the Kozak clinic.Degabriele Now you can own Many Models in Stock Walk Power \ -b 4s '

'is president of the a full-featured, water-cooled diesel = -= :
Canadian Foundation for Chronic 2 Wheel & 4 Wheel 1 Drive Mowers
Skin Diseases and now spends time for the price of air-cooled, gas tractor.

helping children and raise adults funds to be for treated afflicted at 15 h.p. twin cylinder diesel engine 3-point hitch-Category 1 on Sale) 1 -
Kozak Clinic, where many have Power take off; live hydraulics Low fuel & maintenance costs
been cured or have had their cases High and low range transmissionHigh

arrested. clearance That's the new GTS starting guarantee from Toro.The
i Headlights & gaugesMitsubishi "We Service What We Sell" only starting guarantee of its kind in the industry. How does it
Tony says he has lived the longestof GTS Toro lawn fails
work?Simple. If a new powered mower to
any known case, with most suf- In Our Service Dert nt ent.
ferers dying between the ages of 10 start on one or two pulls for 2 years, Toro will fix it free. Yes,
and 20. After learning about Kozak free. Now that's a guarantee you can count on. Pull after pull
through his own doctor, he was ableto Factory Rep. on hand
make: the trip to Germany, where
the clinic was located at that time 1 1
Starke Store
through the fund-raising efforts of t
{, Lions Clubs in Toronto. At that time VA
he weighed less than 100 pounds and Sat. 10-4 pm
required blood transfusions every
two weeks. He also was heavily addicted -
f to drugs which he took to
relieve his pain. Over the years he
had :37 operations many on his
hands which he said were curled up
"like claws" with the skin on his HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS i
fingers actually knitting togetherdue
to so much scar tissue. Chris
also has this condition on his hands
and feet. 0 4A

Degabriele left Starke Saturday
night to visit his grandmother, who d/-
lives in Tampa. He will return here /
this weekend to help complete arrangements / / ii.
for Chris and his
mother, Brenda, to leave for Spain.

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PaRe 2 B SECTION March 6, 19M6

I Know Government Grades and Shop EconomicallyYou I


can shop more economically and processors who request it, and and butter. You also may see it on ly but only a few stores carry grade when you're frying them "sunny- Only a few packers put the grades on
for your family-arid yourselftooifyou the plants pay a fee for the grader's some cheese, instant nonfat dry cheese. side up," while the lower U.S.GradeB their retail containers of canned,
know the differences among time and expenses.Do milk, preserves, frozen concen- .Dry milk-The U.S. Extra Grade eggs, if available, are good for frozen and dried products even
government grades. the grades that the official trated orange juice and canned and name or shield may be used on instant scrambling and baking, where appearance though many processing plants use
Knowing the difference can mean garders assign in food plants carry frozen fruits and vegetables.Some nonfat dry milk, meaning the isn't so important. Egg the grades and USDA grading ser-
better eating, too. Depending on how over to the retail store? fresh produce also is grade product has a sweet and pleasing sizes, incidentally, have nothing to vices for quality control purposes.
you plan to use a product you buy, a Labeling of the garde on a product labeled, particularly potatoes and flavor and that it dissolves Immediately do with grades, but officially graded Most processed fruits and
lower grade may not only meet your isn't required y federal law,even if a apples. when mixed with water. eggs are also checked for size.. vegetables that are graded are at
needs, but ne cheaper as well. food has been officially garded. Buta Food Shoppers should be familiar .Eggs-U.S.Grade AA eggs,the top Poultry-U.S. Grade A Poultry least Grade B quality, and that's
Take beef, for instance, USDA number of food manufacturers and with these grades.ButterUSDA quality, have thick whites, firm the top quality, is fully fleshed andmeaty quite good. The difference betweenA
Prime, the top USDA grade, is the distributors choose to put the official Grade AA and A. yolks and are practically free from and has a better appearancethat and B : A has a better appearanceand
ultimate in tenderness,juiciness and grade on their products, as do many Grade AA has a delicate, sweet defects. They also have clean, un- Grade B or C. The lower gradesare texture that B, so U.S. Grade A
flavor. retailers.As flavor. The next grade, A, is almostas broken shells. U.S.Grade A eggs are rarely sold in the retail marketas products can be used om special
While prime is best for roasting or a good shopper, you're most good-having a pleasing flavor- almost as good, and this is the grade whole. meals or dishes for which looks and
broiling, it's likely to cost more than likely to see the USDA grade on beef, and usually sells for less. you'll see most often. Grade AA andA Processed fruits, vegetables-
the second grade, USDA Choice, veal, lamb, broilers, turkeys, eggs Cheese-Grade AA and A also app- eggs are especially attractive Qualities are U.S.Grade A,B,and C. SeeEconomic8..page9PRICES
which has slightly less marbling.
Marbling is the flecks of fat within
the lean that make meat tender and
Some stores sell beef that would
qualify for other U.S. grades, suchas
U.S. Good, under a house brand
name rather than under the USDA
grade mark-this beef will have less
fat, be lower in calories and will likely -
cost less than Prime or Choice. It
could meet your needs well par.
ticularly if you use slow, moist cook- INN DIIE
ing to make it tender.In .
establishing grades for food
products like meat, poultry, eggs,
fruits vegetables and dairy products
USDA's Agricultural
Marketing Service considers the 0
values that wholesale buyers and
sellers place on the producer.
Wholesale buyers and self rs, GOOD
specify certain grades in their con- QUANTITY RIGHTS
tracts, often made by telephone over RESNERVED .
19'86 America's -
long distances. Buyers for retail MARCH 6 12, SupermarketSAVE r
food stores commonly use the grade TM
when they place food orders, as do
buyers for feeding establishmentslike
hospitals, schools and airlines,
USDA and their counterparts in
cooperating state agencies provide MORE DURING OUR
official grading service to packers

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Making the Cut...
Joy Brown and Joe Bird are busy sharpening wooden stakes for Billy Mimsbottom( left) is encased in protective gear while working I
surveyors using the power saw.above( ), while Mary Witt(top left) finds with the saw.
the right cutting angle at her station There has never been a serious accident at Sunshine Industries.

Sunshine Industries Plans New Buildingfrom : I

page 1
tional Rehabilitation program currently to get a job in the outside community The workers at the center are con
close to a normal life as possible. All has six clients,some of which Larimer said. "The goal is to stantly in productive motion, producing '
1 of the training here is geared to the have graduated from the Work Activity place them in a job( in the community some 400 wooden pallets each
client becoming more and more ableto program, which serves the and also to include followup day and using power saws, air--
meet life's problems and to be majority of adults attending the supervision. Right now, although it compressed nailers and all of the 1
W able to handle them. We expect the center is still a new part of the program tools you might find in the average
,e client to improve his or her skills "The Vocational Rehabilitation here, one client has been placed and heavy duty workshop.
s e and learn new things each month to program works with those 'most. we are close to placing two more "We've never had even one
:i T xI eventually be able to live and workon abled'clients who have the potential clients in the near future." .SciI'.IKf I
their own or at least with minimal
1 assistance."
The newest progam instituted at
i k the center is designed to get the OPSPXTSAT UR q j
client a job in the community and ; f'R l
and "into the mainstream" of the ,
real world. JAX
The Sunshine Industries VoccaQ -

"!4 Come In and Test Drive the Car or

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Headboard 'Y

"...... <*i" I Frame
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Specialize... <. Complete Beds starting at '129.95 Heater
Betty Yates allli"i\Ian :Mrrtrrsort parts in work being done under contract with General Electric. Deck
964.6887 Pedestal

Sunshine Industries Could Face Cutsfrom Main Street Sleep Shop

page 3 sale. Items made at the center include total funding of handicapped
pro- 202 W. Market Road (Corner Market Rd. & 301))
stakes Four and
serious accident, Larimer says picnic tables, fencing, grams. years ago State
proudly. "Employers who have and pallets Federal HRS providing almost 80 (Behind Rudy's Auto) U.S. 301 AcrOSS from Farmer's Market 1 Block out Lake Chevrolet
visited the workshop are always The decision to build the new percent of our funding. This year
amazed at the work habits of our structure, which will house addi- just over 50 percent of our fundingand OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 10 AM to 6 PM *
handicapped clients. They are some tional work space and equipment, now the Grammm lUidman cuts
of the best workers to have because two classrooms and all the ad- may hurt us even more.It is vital for
once they are trained they follow ministrative offices, was made Sheltered Workshop programs like
directions to the'T' and always work because at present the staff and ours to develop production pro-
hard at whatever the task is given clients are in trailers which means Sec Page 5
them." classes are too small and administrative .
The addition of the buildingwill
new and supervisory staff
provide the center with new are spread too thin.
manufacturing facilities which will "The shape of programs like ours 1 1Oi
make it possible for the associationto is changing rapidly,' Larimer says. March Into
add more handicapped clients and "We can no longer rely on the State Spring
produce more wood products for and Federal governments to insure

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i :; JO(j":5; : with JACKSON'S BIG SPECTACULARSale

: "' A Speciality Gift Shop i Prices MOBILE

: l 1\.) South 301 Plaza : Good Through BAP PAINTS' S P rye g Sale
.. Heathware Solid Brass from Birmingham, England : April 30, 1986 I
x Making superior, quality brass since 1830 :
: Select Quantities Available +
i Solid Wood Switch Plate Recept. Covers :. ', t NAM-A-LAC COVENTRY
.. Wood-Framed Mirrors Bevelled Gloss : xr co-le< Always k..p torn on LATEX SEMIGLOSSTho ;
.... Hours 10. 5 30 M.i- from North Carolina : hand bcau this Is lh. ideal finishor woodwork .
10 4 Sat ((904))964 8547 s. r premium' lotemlenor, wall paint for everything.- or whorovor super
:.***.***.**.*.*********.*************** *.********. ann coat a fad.or out.Gr.ot for smalt Do. [,J wathability I II required liko V s i1rl q
paint coverage
jobs and touchups.R Pose eiran walls in kitchen and
beautiful" hush 9- '22.43 ? rr cw playroom. Colors to mo.ehCovon.ry
SAWYER.ptF Wall Point No fun a.
Factory < cleanup just[ use wptcr "'"" rt"r urt.r
$1 O 9 9
.. 16..1 3 Gal.- $16.99 GAL? $13.99
GAl. Factory List '19.43

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f In Pints, Quarts orGalan $ 1 0 0
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GLADLYHONOR Lake Butler US 301 S.. Starke Keystone Heights

woo CASH S.W. 6th Ave. 964.6078 Jet. SR 21& 100 EE

496.3079 Quantities Umlted 473.4973

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,' / Sunshine Industries... I Ifrom

page 4,

1 > grams into a viable business with insure the total completion of the
earnings from our products helpingto new facility. Anyone can help either
.:--. support the program." by purchasing our products or by
U' '$ In an area like Starke, without making donations to the center.
.loti'. .' much industry it isn't easy to find Becoming a member of the Association -
>/'":I\. ... enough wage earning work for the is another way to help. BARC
N ( "J clients to do, so Larimer and his meetings are held on the second
.. 1, ." staff have had to create some prime Tuesday of each month at the
>'l manufacturing products for sale to Western Steer. New members are
Bradford residents as well as in sur- welcome.
rounding counties. "There is no finer gift and no finer
The center has produced over reward than helping the mentally
14,000 pallets, 10,000 stakes and handicapped of this community,
w'I sorted over 20 million batter parts Larimer commented.
for General Electric in the past Anyone interested in becoming a
year. Earnings from this work pays member of ARC or has any time to
I M L the client wages and helps supportthe volunteer can contact Mr. Larimerat
overall program. The center 964-7699.
may have to do even more this yearto
survive the budget cuts which are
: t: surly in the face of the largest
deficits in the nations' history SUNSHINE
"Despite all of the obsticles facingus
WI Federal cuts, poor business loca-
tion and the lack of wealthy donors
who often support similar programsin
I II I larger areas, the Sunshine Industries
Program is looking forwardto
a bright future," Larimer said. "I
have a dedicated staff and good sup-
port from the school board and voca-
tional center, who supply teachers
and carpentry instructors. Togetherwith
some financial help from the
County Commission we should be
able to expand our services and provide
more help to the many han-
I dicapped citizens of Bradford County -

I ."I" will call upon the communitymore
than ever before to assist us in
meeting our dreams," Larimer said.
"especially in the wake of projected
budget cuts on the Federal level. We
Always Working...
Lumber products are a specialty at Sunshine Industries as the clients In the picture above Clint Bateman and Tommy West get ready to sendturn hope to get help from local clubs, Executive Director... of the
and Is
builders individual citizens to Bob Larimer proud
of materials the work stations.
out stakes and wooden pallets. a new supply raw through
surveyor help us raise funds and donations to growth of the facility.

Dianne Custom Calling from Centel keeps ,,

Douglas you well-connected. !,

'hum' page| .'

texture are important. Grade C products .
are fairly good quality, andarejuslaswholesomeandnutritious

as the higher grades and they sell Call Waiting.Breakthrough m w, a 3
for less Grades B and C are generally /
sold as a second store brand label
or generic ((110 brand) product. M
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables-The +
typical range of grades is U.S. Fan-
C), U.S. No 1 and U.S. No. 2. U.S. the play by play.. u ,
No 1 is the chief trading grade for .

most of these products, while Grades US With Call Waiting, there's no waiting to bo reached when \
Fancy is a premium quality. ,
generally are based on the product's your line IS busy.
color shape, maturity and freedom Calls get right through because a "beep beep" signals f'
from defects like cuts from another caller the line.That don't miss
harvesting equIpment. The grades on way you important tare
seen mainly on potatoes and apples news, and important news ,doesn't miss you. $ x
at retail, though must wholesale

"tC ldlpJ1..of.JAiVUIi and vegetablesfisr-a'.!3 ., s\a- _. .-
Jdanft:on the.to.isis of U. r- ., ,
Meat-The U.S. Choice mark 4
:stamped on beef, lamb, veal or calf ." 1.1 .
is the grade you're most likely to
see, while Prime, the highest qualityis 5'
less common and usually more expensive
Meat is rarely seen with the
u S. Good or lower grade marks t
although many retailers sell it under H < r
a store brand laDe! Most veal r t
doesn't have enough marbling to be : g,
broiled, but the higher grades can be 1\\% '
roasted. Lower grades of veal and ,. i
other meat should be cooked with + I j
moist heat to insure juiciness and ,
good flavor.

; Call Forwarding.

TEL-MED ." Things work out when

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you ,9 calls keep
? Tel-Mod has the information 4 your up.
on several healthcare tOPiCS. Call 1' i
Call Forwarding calls at the same
964.4896 or 378-0007 and ask for means your go
any of these tapes by number,: I'a' pace you do.Because I .

4 Hemorrhoids ff ? by dialing a simple code you can automatically
34 Anemia k: '' $ transfer them to any local number where you'll

84 Dizziness r be. Or when you leave town, to the home of a frierd or

191 Varicose veins : relative. So to unfriendly callers, it seems like you're
194 What happens when a disc
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MAN-MADE FIBERS Speed Calling.

Many carpal manufactured today Bails out ofemergencies
aremodefr manmadefibers., you

Generally, there are five synthetic
carpet fiber, These are, Nylon fast. ,
Acrylic, Modacryllc Polypropylene
and Polyester' When you've no time to lose, Speed Calling plunges you right -.4
The oldest and belt known Is Nylon, into your next call.

noted for Its long wearabilily. Acrylics One or two number dialing connects you to people quick and r

are the second to be olde.t'and very popular.also have easy. Whether it's the friend you call most often or the important J
Modocrylics, Polypropylenes and call for help I you make just once. r

Polyesters are late comers to the Industry -
but all have'proven to be
successful. very Call today to find out more about all the Centel CustomCalling '. "

Whatever you choose, we have It In features. Ask one of our service representatives how we A t ', e :<.<"'"','" a. .v't'
stock and can get quick shipment from can help you become better connected. t':"
'the mill. look over our tremendous inventory .
and samples. ,

Teal Tile ,
& Carpet S .

131 N. Cherry St. .

Starke, Florida people connect. S C.nl.I.1986..
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Bradford Humane Society News I

Do have
you Look in your own back dehydration,shock and death. Early and man. A carrier of this infection serious infections, along with a
the nose,
yard! recognition of the virus and immediate may go unnoticed for months or discharge from eyes as
treatment could save because times there are well as depression and
your years many usually
rent or royalty Canine diseases! : Parvovirus pet's life. Vaccination, however no symptoms. This bacteria is petite. However, the illness
CPV) is the newest disease three weeks with no
its( worldwide ,making would prevent all their suffering andan spread through the urine, which lasts from one to
appearance 1978. lications.
expensive vet bill. end in either drinking or
Any dog can be affected; however, may up Ally the diseases we've looked at
hepatitis, more often found in swimming water,the main source of
income? the disease is more severe in puppies very young or old dogs, is a contagious transmission and enters the body have one thing in commonthey can
and older dogs. This highly con- viral disease spread by through the nose, mouth orsometimes be prevented by a once a year vac-
tagious virus is easily spread by cination. If you own a pet you owe it
direct contact with the urine, saliva, a simple rut When .
direct contact or by transportation or feces of an infected dog. It is not symptoms do appear, they can to him/her, your family and community
H&R Block make the new of the feccs (here the virus is foundin mild to keep these diseases under
can contagious to man. Early symptoms range any where from to a very started
heavy concentrate) of an infected control. If haven't yet
resemble those ot fever you
distemper, a high high depression, jaundice or willsponsor
dog. fever, lost!t appetite,depression and a internal bleeding. Once recovered the Bradford Humane Society
laws work for
you.Keyiloni the virus is clinic this month.
Since highly resistant discharge from the eyes. However, there is always possible kidney pro- a rabies
Aril Hti. .Nwthorm it can linger for several months. the liver, not the nervous! system, is blems and continue spreading of the Watch your paper for more details.
1641711 471-384I 41t-3B9t Neither extreme heat or cold, nor most! affected by this disease. Continued infection Next time, feline diseases.
detergents,or common disinfectantscan bleeding can be the result of TrachenbronchitU or better Lynn Newsome
HaR BLOCK harm it. First symptoms are hepatitis and after 7 to 10 days of infection known as "kennel cough"is a highly FOUND: 3/3/86 on SR 225, young
high fever,depression and loss! of appetite swelling of the cornea may contagious virus spread in the air. A female, fawn and white bulldog No
.THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE There may also be severe happen, causing the eyes to turn dry, hacking cough soon follows the I.D. If unclaimed, can be adopted
vomiting and diarrhea with or blue. swelling of a dog's windpipe,bronchi Also Large Male, black and tan German -
without blood. CPV symptoms!: can Lrptospirosis is a bacterial and bronchioles. Unless treated, police, 2V4 years old. For information -
range from mild to very serious with ,N..,.... n ,...nt ..lnllq In hn6 ..,.t..l.-' pneumonia may set in, causing on adoption call 964-7060. I!

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Gymnastics ClassesBeginning
Bullion --- :70 Yl"'ARS IXri.KIFNCL: "

Gold & Silver 5 For public information on health
EXCHANGE related topics, call Tel-Med at
964-4896 or 370-0007 and ask for
106 N Church Street these tapes by number.
Stork. Flo. 32091
Sif P4at.611GL Seswiccl.Xll
((9004))964 5081) : x 155 Medicare
Soil TradeSPECIAL 171 Prescription l MedicineProper -
430. Medical Insurance

Wheat Cents Kill t.Sill t X. JH PHONE! : 964.7625 Information
Rolls 99' R r. i. BOX 81 STARKE FIA. 32091 169 HospiceS
((1909.1958 Mixed Dates) a'N
Tel-Med is a free service providedto
410 Mossburg Deluxe the community by the Auxiliary of
Pump ShotgunVent Bradford Hospital,' Inc J

Rib,Recall Pad
38 Special Titan Tiger

Swing Blue Out Snub Barrel JONES FUNERAL HOME

(ages 5 and up) 3:30.4:30: : p.m. Monday $20 Cylinder *77"

Intermediate (ages 7 and up) 4:30.5:30: : p.m. Monday $20 357 Magnum Hombre 514 Nona SUrke Hwy 100 Keystone Heights

7" Barrel All Steel )4'b200) 473-3176:
All classes begin "March 1 10 and run for four weeks. Classes maybe Walnut

cancelled if fewer than 10 people register. Registration fees are sn 136" SYMPATHY and UNDERSTANDINGIs
refundable after classes begin. All classes are held at the 44 Magnum Hombre

Starke Recreation Department.For 7"Walnut Bam l All Steel What You Get From Jones Funeral Home

more information, call the Grips s142e1WANTED

BH Center for Health and Fitness at 9644210. ALL Jones Convalescent Service

BH Center for Health and Fitness DIAMONDS COINS STAMPS 964.6223 .' '& //71' ;
-i % .
_- 922 East Call Street .w Non.Emergency Medical ;>;l
t Starke FL 32091 Free Penny I
transportation fbr
((904)) 964.4210BH k, -
with Your. Birth.. .Date. stretcher 8 wheelchair .' .'1
Center for Health and Tunes- a member ot Santa Healthian System' Inca .
Honda not for profit heahhcarr i orporauon k ) patiPriK in Bradford' F r'
& Clay Counties
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STARKEBRANCH Harold Johnson Steve Futch



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Fixed Rate I t ,
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5 / 12
0 Down 10 A.P.R. Regularly To 89 One quart 30W or Regularly 1.39 Arm & Hammer 65 Regularly 39' Each. 3.5 ounce bars
40W or Type A transmission fluid oz powder or 32 ot liquid Limit 2 of Dial l soap Limit 6 bars

All Singlewide Homes

Priced Below _- i1 /

$200 Per Month n 'N V

Includes DeliverySet I / I

Compare To 8 99. Assorted popular Color fast washcloths in assorted Regularly 2 For '1. Multipurpose

Up, Tax, Tag, Title and InsuranceNO styles for the family colors 100% cotton Wonderfoil Limit 3 rolls.

HIDDEN CHARGESStarke s'roere.ixsdon

Housing Center will donate '100 to the Chris

Campbell Fund for each home purchased thru March 16.

Reg. 8.99. 100% cotton
denim jeans Sizes 29-40 I i
BOYS' 4-18 __

Hwy 301 South Next to Mosley Tire Co. 6 PACK SOCKS LADIES' SCUFFS REG. TO 7.99 5.99 I

Men's & boys' tube socks. Assorted washable sculfs
Ladles' & girls' sport socks. Sizes S.M.L.XL

4174 Pric"flood At All Fimlly Dollar Store
aria Through This Weekend Ouinlltles Limited 309 South Walnut I Street Starke. Floridar
On Some Items No Sale To Dealers

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WAGON: family car, bucket
DARK BLUE 1978 International Harvester: 290 ---t.
dimming 9 speed, new paint. Davis Express, 1974 PETERBILTlIght blue, 318 Detroit, 13 speed.!] $32:5. good Pettit, transportation.Used Cars,
| 9646619. Davis Express, 964-6619 4962600.H .

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1978 FORD LTD \II: As Is. $1300. 1974JflftD LTD: $595. TerwOlggor $3295.
Terwlllegor Motors, ....72... Motors 9647200. ....720..Terwlllegar Motors,

Own.e r

a .

Compliments Of

1977 Dp J5E RAM CHARGER: 1976 JEP: 6 cyU Ter, white
4VVQXAT, PS, PB, AC, $1888. pokoXvyhealt M owner, 3 1973 DATSUN PICKUP: 4 speed, Bradford Cunt
Latce Chevy Olds, 9647500. speed. $26S5( Pettit Used Cars, good strong transportation re jr
$888. Lake Chevy Olds,
964-7500. SINCE 1879ML

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door, PS, PB, AC, 54,000 miles. 1976 F100 4x4: $2495. Ter. 1973 FORD FIDO, : $1195. Ter-
Motors 964-7200.
$1388 Lake Chevy Olds, willegar Motors 9647200. SALE
9647500. BY

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I ; I "..'-::: .:::.:;:: OWNER
P" .J -
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*' Get Your Copy Freein
Stores Throughout

fit .., _, rt_. .. Bradford County.
... ,.."Mr.,.. For Information To
'.;;: .. Advertise Your "For (
''ri Sale Item" call
', 9Gt-G3D5( 473-2210 or
I I Ij 49G-2261.

19TT OLDS ClJKfiSS SUPREME: 1984 ES RT wner, 5
1982 TRAVEL CRAFT: 21 ft., 350 V8, auto, fully
$3995. ToTwillegar Motors eed lik radio PS.
| self-contained, dual air, w/ el. heat, radarnge
964-72Jtt T i2..e L Chevy-Olds.
964-7500. new tires, goi/elac.<< ref., like new,
[28.000.miles. $20,000. M. Premo. 4733942. GO WITH I A WINNING I I

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1974 DODGE TRADESMAN VAN: with camper' t '. TRANSMISSIONS: $200 and up. Nationwide
top, AC, good condition, motorhome 8 track 4. : warranty available. Most 964-6305
if' in stock. Phone
tope. $1995. Terwille or Motors 9647200. CHEV41 Fe 11488. Lake Chevy Olds, 964.7500.transmissions 9646810.

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1983 CHE\MrV ste /cassette COTTSDAlE* tilt:, 91980 HONDA FA : good condition Cars Trucks Anything Else

Ac'Crulspf'one owner, 24,945 good transportation. Ter-
miles, IpCdod, black with red In- willegar Motors, 9647200.
I trio $7488. Lake Chevy Olds,

We'll of item for $12.OO.
run a photo your ..

We will take a photo of your vehicle each Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m.

v-J\--7 and Friday from noon to 4 p.m.

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I I NOTICE starke Area Want Ads 1


",,mea to the Bradford toumy'picgraph L.WANTED. ... .,t
office in writing and paid In
advance unless credit is already FOR SALE
Httobhshed with this all"..
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. CHARLOTTE'S WEBB Now taking consignment HALF PRICE! Large flashing arrow signs c/7'rwiHoar
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN $3,500 $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call it.m.Clothing Toys $299 complete I lighted non-arrow
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 964.5606. 1/03 tfn Handcrafts New and Used Iterhs. 138 $279. Nonllghted $229. Free letters.
THE TELEPHONE. ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY N, Water St. Call 964-7100 954-5732, Warranty Only few left this price. See REALTY
Classified, deadline Is TUESDAY, ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 964.8569. 1/9TF locally Factory 1.800.423.0163
NOON pnoi to Thursday publication per mo. Coll 964.5606. 1/03 tfn WANTED Children's and Infant cloth., anytime Icon 86-41
Minimum charge Is 15 wadslar $2.75. LOT IN CITVt 6000. Call 964-5764, oft.r toys, furniture and mist Items Call USED FURNITURE vacuum cleaners, antiques "'
thnn 10 c.nlslo, each word thereafter 5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tin Charlotte Webb 9647100. 138 N. much more. BROWNS USED PHONE 96 -
FURNITURE 110 E, Call St. 2/13 4tchg -(8
Water St. Eves call 964-5732 or
3/6 205 N. Temple
wheels handle bars, etc. Large assortment .
19t' FORD EXP: Sports car $3300. CallA LINK FENCE Installed. Free MISCELLANEOUSCHARLOTTE'S make offer 964.5081. Itchg 3/6 .

or Sharon. 782.3463. 3/6 NC estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. SERVICE INTEGRITY GOLDEN RULE 1
178- F-ISO Ford Lariat' XLT Explorer Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559, tfn WEBB Now open I Quality HELP WANTEDFULL ,
loaded dual tanks, step bumper. AT, WANT TO DRINK? ladles, children's and men's clothes NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY/
limit wheel bose, 16,000 mil...
823186 2/27 4tchg 3/20 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS and dlcrafts.accessories. Also han TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba on 18.91 Acress 2 car garage, CH/A, location
1977 MUS- "G III: red $300. 9644080. OURS 1/30 TF Owens Scholarship Inc. available Realtor 221! ERA W. Layfayett.Tiffin and Marklee Starling Rd., down approx. 2 miles, blue horn on left .

Itchg 3t? needs Alcoholics Anonymous96441509646S949644219 FREE DOG TO GOOD HOME IV yr. old St. 964.5065 7/4 tfn HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala

1968 work GALAXIti Good trans auto, good body engine, $200. I Lob mix. Loving good with kids, great EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres.
thru 5/15 swimmer and Call collect
St. 964 6809. Itpd pd needed at Whispering Pines Care Crawford Rd. four chicken .
100 West to Cypress plus barns-a good going business.
GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, evenings 9042418924. 2/27 2tpd 3/6 Center Call Susan Cook at 964.6220
Th etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. PETS ARE FAMILY TOOl Classic birth or 12/5TF Owner financing. all or part!
1974 FORD 4x4 F 100. engine just
.lebmlt everything: works good. $1700. 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake adoption certificates. All pets, Nice for SALES POSITION must have sales ex NEARLY NEW CEDAR. HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
9A.I 4503 or 782.3705. llpd 3/6 Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights framing. Only $5. Three or more call perience. Call 964-5606. 1/30TF Owner financing.
4734973. 2/26 tfn 18004535666. Use VISA/MASTER.
SALES POSITION Must have sales ex

MOTORCYCLESI97o SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines CARD. Single orders checkmoneyorder perience. Call 964-5606. Ollns Mobile BEAUTIFUL ft CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford

refold Serving Bradford County for 10 to: ADDAPET. Dept. H., Box Homes TFSALESPERSON Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,
years Bradford Septic Tank Service. 4335, North Little Rock AR 72116. In WANTED We n.ed a police protection, nice neighborhood.
HONDAi. Runs good $300. 964-8121. 10/17 $7. Written
foreign language
requests hardworking to sell our
person MOTIVATED SELLER Brick 5 BR 2 Ba LR kitchen 2
REPAIR : DR, large ,
'?6<> 4080 Itchg 3 6 SEWING MACHINE : All makes only Icon 86.45 Goodyear roof products. Write Ed
1987 SUZUKI 850 CC full dress, helmet cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used THOMAS CERAMIC Open Mon-Sat. 10 Mohan, Consolidated Companies, 1801 utility rooms, 2 car garage, fireplace, CHon one acre.
i a' isuit. full cover, custom paint (Im01 sewing machines for sale James a.m. to 6 p.m. Want to make a special E. 9th St., Cleveland Ohio 44114.2/20
plus pmstnping $2800. 782.3350 Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy gift, ? Come see us. 964.8767 off 100 3tchg 3/6 eA JOY TO LIVE IN: Large attractive home In city with little

afire 5'30 p.m 3'6 2tpd 3/13 16, Starke. 964.8733. 12/5TF South. Itpd 3/6 HAIRSTYLIST: Florida Licensed Must yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A 3 BR, 2 Ba,

---. HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical FREE PUPPIES to good home. Call have following. Good benefits Busy spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
YARD SALES" complete home repair. 964.4589 after 6 p.m. Itchg 3/6 shop. Hairplanes, 964.4645 2/20 TF skylights, 2 utility bldgs.. privacy fence. Reduced to $"9,0001
Reasonable Licensed FREE KITTENS home. Call
rates contractor. to good SINGLE WOMAN to live at motel, and do
ALLEN'S ATTIC Off 100 S Laura St. Sot Call Mitch. 473.3940. 1/9TF 964.4589 after 6 p.m. Itchg 3/6 rooms and some housework Room HANDSOME ft PRIVATE: 4. BR, 2 Ba, brick, Country Club,

and Sun 10am. til 6 p.m. Bedding LOSING YOUR HAIR Frizzy hair? fry BASKETS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Baby, and salary 9647184. Itchg 3/6 478x310 lot, paved drive, 2 car garage, FP, range refrig., DW,
and furniture Coll anytime 964.8993 hair? Oily hair? Stubborn hair? Try bride, shut-In birthdays special occasions. WANTED WOMAN to drive an Ice cream central vac, hi-fi system, drapes, blinds, hot tub. Assume mtg.
36 Nexxus natural hair care products. Order your Easter Basket now. truck. 964.4986 after 7 p.m. Itpd 3/6
to llrections
Itchg of $50,000 8.75% Interest. Owner will hold 2nd
Inc., 964.4645, The Ole Trunk & Gift mtg.
FORSYTH ROAD Friday and Saturday. Halrplanes, 3/6 4tchg Shopper. PARTS COUNTER MAN ready to move up
Itpd 36 3/27 964.8012. Itpd 3/6 to ports manager, but nowhere to go. STUCCO & STONE on SR 230E, approx. 1646 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba
YARD SALE: FLEA MARKET Sat. 9.5 p.m. NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT Try us. ROTTWEILER: female, 3.4 months old Then this ad Is for you. Minimum 5 yrs. CH/A, only 5 years old. If you qualify for FHA loan you can
Arr ques. used furniture, tools, Halrplanes, Inc. 9644645. 3/6 4tchg and other pups available for adoption. GM experience, full knowledge of assume $45,038 mortgage at 11 % %.
tools S cloth.s.d".t 3/27 Small fee for spaylng/nauterlng Brad parts operation. Good beginning
I os etc Behind Harry Green's, BABYSITTING In my home. Good core ford humane Society, 964-8288 or Mall resume to PRESIDENT, c/o Brad ENERGY EFFICIENT: Brick 4 BR (one BR 14x20)), 1 Vi baths on /i

Chary St. between Call S 100 East. and hot meals 9647387. Call anytime. 9647060. Itpd 36FOR ford Telegraph, P.O. Drawer A, acre, LR, DR-kitchen combo, den with FP. Well insulated. Car
Spate available for more dealers. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 Starke, Fla. 32091. Itchg 3/6 rier heat pump, average utility bill of $60. Located SR 16E.
964 HOI 2. Itpd 36 NED SOME TYPING DONE Experienced SALE CITY OF STARKE Police Department now' Reduced $42,0001!
FRIDAY 9-5 four families, furniture In legal documents, depositions, taking applications for dispatcher.Must .
housewares, family clothing Some of dissolutions, deeds, briefs, wills, etc. BRADFORD LIMEROCK be at least 18 years of age. Applyat OWNER FINANCING 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR, l'/i Ba, ap
averything 401 N. Cherry St. Itpd 3/6 Call after 4 p.m. for further info SALES Merrill Dees Office, City Hall. Itchg prox. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced
9645330. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 3/6 If have will hold 1st and
Llmerock B Fill Dirt backyard. you $7,500'owner mtg. you
BOATS HOUSECLEANING have references Call TRAIL MOTEL > REST., LAWTEYi Interviews
between 9 m.-ll a.m. 7823073. Itpd 20 yd. semi-loads only will be given between 2.5 p.m. pay balance In 20 years.
3/6 Phone 782-3172 5/23 tfchg Mon:Sot. for various positions ApplyIn LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing $68,000. Home Is on one

16..h"hr.I "pe, HOBIE$1600 OBO CAT 473 fully.2566 rigged. Itchg Exc.3/6 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Good care STORE Doublewlde BOUGHT Home: Furniture Center for located sale at person only. No phone calls 3/6 lot, adjoining lot goes with it. In all 130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2
and meals. First white block hou.eb.hind 2tchg 3/13
North 301 Fla. (this Is not Ba refrig. incl. all furniture purchase optional.
,-.. iiiniiiiMiiijiiiiiiiHrrif Morgan's old Beauty Shop. on Lawtey. carpet, range, ,
Across from Powells. Inquire at 321 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Life Insurance agent needed Growing SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer

flORI lAND Andrews St., ask for Linda Itpd 3/6 .. FOR sale SALE at Olin: Store Home bought Center furniture located for on and company.220 property Experienced.and casualty Need licenses.218 life a handsome brick and cedar home on 37'A acres, 4 BR, 2'/

REALTY BEAUTY PAGEANT Miss FloridaChildren's Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer Guaranteed salary and commission.Send Ba plus nice barn. $144,445.

month-16 Pageant March For 16 girls, N. ages Miami.1 furniture. 6/13 tfnchg resume to: P.O. Drawer A Starke, COUNTRY LIVING: CB, 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range refrig.,
964-7700 years. Fla. 32091 or 150 W Main Lake Butler,
AKC TOY POODLES for stud 9644238.
393 N. T.mpl. ..... Call ((305)) 472.8822 or ((305)) 472-7060 for 1/23TF Fla> 32054. Interview to follow. DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. $49,600.

V.,.'. F Odom.Brokor. .,GRI. Information fcan 86.43 BAHIA HAY large rolls new cut. $25. 2/20 4tpd. 3/13 .._ GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath $22,000.
Joy Thornton .Cl. MOBILE HOMES 496.3050 after 5 p.m, 2/6 6tpd 3/13 BROOKER: 1983 14x56 mobile home, CH/A, 100x200 lot,
RABBITS FOR SALE All sizes. 964.8459. HOMES 20000.

.3 BtDROOM bath, nice home, low FOR SALE 2/27 TF FOR SALEBY
533 PRATT STREET: 3 BR, 1 Ba, $18,000.
$3Pv TWO 12"TIRES like new, mounted on 78

I .1 ACRE: with well; owner financing 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on Ford Fiesta wheels. 468.2860 after 5 ROOM TO ROAM
OWNER 3/1 drive out
2/27, 3/6 private just
one or all. Olln's Mobile Home Soles. 306 p.m.REMINGTON Model 7400 Automatic, of town. Wood stove central heat and 14'Acres . . .SW 75th $35.000
I LOTS: Graham area owner flnoncI 904964.5606 6/6 tfnchg like new. Coll 964-5332. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 AC. very nice. 9645997. 2/27 3tchg Near Hampton Lake Of
I ing, 1 acre up. ,19B2: 14x70 TRAILER: 3 BR, 2 Ba, $9.000.
| .S AtRES: 476' on 301 South. '' 'WI1t'f eat l lot.;Call 964-4824 after 4 p.m. GARDEN TRACTOR: Sears 16hp with 42" EXECUTIVE 3/13 HOME beautiful Crystal" .6 Acres ?,.?, ,.?Primitive Church Area.. .;.. .,,412,000 ,.1 II
mower and other attachments. Price on .Oklawaha River. . ... . .
.LOTS: toned for trailers, / acre to 2/27 2tpd'3/6 $875. Phone 9648582. Itpd 3/6 River and Kings Bay.' Approximately" 3 Acres .'. $15.000 "

I 1' acre, owner financed, $500 LAWTEYi 2 BR DW on dead end road FOX DOGS pups and seasoned. Coll 600' waterfront, 3/4 acre MOL, boathouse 1.37 Acres .Rd. 100 South . . $5,000
I down Huge family room, cement block 7823673. Itpd 3/6 dock, summer house. 800000. 36.43 Acres .Brownlee $82,332

Commercial Building-Call for acres garage with, screened fruit tree back.. $37.500 porch owner 2Vi 2 LARGE RATTAN SOFAS pecan stain F.I. Gr.y & Son Inc., 904795.0303; 10 Acres . . . Waldo . . . $25,000
904.795.4459 fcan 86.42
details. eves
with brown & rust cushions. Like
I finance. 7823162. 2/27 2tpd 3/6 $150 each 9644269. Itpd 3/6 new 2.5 Acres . . . Hwy 301 S. $15.000

-- -- - REFRIGERATOR Frostfree. $75. REAL ESTATE Acres .Country Club. . . . $49,000

9647972. Itpd 3/6 4.78 Acres . 230A & Wilson $12,000

S# r TIRES approx.four%950x16.5 tread Firestone left. $75.mud 782.3350 tires, OUT OF STATE 5 Acres (Woodlawn) Lawtey. . . $15.000

after 5:30: p.m, 3/6 2tpd 3/13 HOMES, MOBILE HOMES, lots, acreage Acres . . . .230E.. . . $100,000

Are Invited to Attend An WURLITZER ELECTRONIC ORGAN 9 views, creeks lak.front. Financing 20.16 Acres Lawtey. $50,000

'GNT rhythm, great condition with bench. available. Carolina Country Real 14.5 Acres . , Graham . . . $1 l,625/ac.

AUCTION Asking 782-3063$695 Tim, or negotiable.Lisa. Itpd 782.3741 3/6 or Estate 1-704-389-8335, Hayesville COLLECT, ,N.C.fcan 86.44 28904, 10.51 Acres . . . .Graham. . . $1,625/ac.

RIDING LAWN MOWER Sears 8hp, 30" 438 Acres . . .Hampton . . . l,000/ac..
j SHOP SELL-OUT cut, electric start, alternator equipped, '427--Lovely brick home on 5 acre, Free Notary Services *
new battery and blade, excellent condition new barn, property fenced, short * *
$495. 964-7513 Itpd 3/6 distance to town.
Wilson Antiques FURNITURE Ethan Allen sofa and 2 '4295.6 ac. plus 4 BR 2 ba brick EVENINGSBILL
i chairs, $200. 2 pine end tables, 1 TV home and two mobile spaces to rentas DODD 964-7408 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964-7188
I Auction Conducted byCobb's table, $50 each. 2 brass lamps, $15 Income. $40,000. JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593
each. 964.4350 after 3:30 Itpd 3/6
: p.m. 1426-20 ac., 400 pecan trees, two NOVISWARD 964-7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408
TOMATO PLANTS $5 hundred.Walters
Auction per older home, large barn pond.
and Margos 964-6528. Itchg story RANDY CORY 475-2597
Owner financed.
3/6 0424 .7 home in town needs
room ,
COUCH SET: best offer. Call 9648233.
Saturday, March 8, 1986 Itchg 36HORSES finishing Inside. Across from city
hall, could be commercial
FOR SALE registered and
at 10:00: A.M. grade. Watch for new opening date all 1420-3 BR, 2Vi bath brick home on 7 1 Classified Ads Get Results

new place, new location 2225 N. 301, acres, Rd. 100 E, Many nice features,
Sunset Stables Itpd 3/6 pasture born.,418..Mobile .
I Sunday, March 9, 1986 von wuiniNe! Canon-tor rent or home with addition on
at 2 P.M. sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon ,58 ac., workshop, metal storage Plumbing Supplies From
I home or office copier, $999; Canon of. nicely furnished clean, reduced.
fice copier $1399. Rent to own for as f402--One bedroom Jim Walter Durrance Pump & SupplyWe
I little as $45 per month OFFICE SHOP home, remodeled needs cabinets In s
110 W, Call St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21 kitchen reduced to $11,500. e Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed _
WilsonAntiques tfn '
US 301 North 84 N.Temple Ave., Starke 9647061.TF
I'/ ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month Ask about our farms, acreage
No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn comm.rclalllnd waterfront property.
Waldo Starke Two-roam space for rent. Utilities
301 \ $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn furnished.
Look for antique's sign detachable speakers (jam| box), Sears,
."c. cond., originally cost $225, now .cO..O..O REALTY Carpet (Any $95 SootchgardCleaning

$100. 782-3660. leave message. |m TF .. hu..t ... Room I
Large Assortmentof lake Hampton Oaks, lot 25. Located on y ly ; 964.1931 ,
I Hall
-IJ' ) bailable
US301, ten minutes south of Starke. 473.3096
just past CR18 on right. Only 20 ? Florida Carpet Cleaning & Co.
Glassware and Furniture f, Dye
minutes from Gainesville. 1.01 acre In .,; 838 N. TEMPLE
nice neighborhood. $5,000. Call STARKE FL 32O9I
496.0067. No collect calls Itfr. 3/6

3 > Everything Must Go! Wt ipaelaliia l In cleaning and ra-dyainc of wall to wall carpal, furniture

cleaning and Inside auto .,'allln&.Wa offer bids on eammareial eentraett.

Tim's Custom Cabinets Quality work at low low prloas. Call now to make appointment.

Itpd'/6 ". l .\ lr I. .1.1 I Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

New Construction Remodeling .. ,_ ..... .,.. Call 964-4997 Call .... -

Cabinets *Tile Ceilings I 400 M ft. Cheek ,.11.. lips iaa bell i ,h... leek. XlantvlrMfVffxtra .,
Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall I'I darts. III W.;" Cu... et k..eree

Roberts Real Estate *Mobile Home Underpinning' (Skirting) _

In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone -
986 Temple Ave. Stark, FL Free Estimates f "

964-6262 Call Tim Thompson : HOMESoc1, fiE- -

; III tr 10% Off
COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301, TF 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves liii
50000. Call Todayl! BEAUTIFUL 'iO\) I Custom Built

ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewlde mobile home. Only Insulated Windows
$75,000. Owner terms possible. -.::...-:..."""- -.::..."""'- -.... Installed.
CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms screen porch, 1 acre lot, a a BARGAINS FROM ,_' __ $11.95 OF NORTH _

good investment at $23,500. Kitchen a Lavatory Faucets _1T

640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly The Bargain 1 Center slo.9s" to j j'S Tllt-in For

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 a Pipe Insulation Weatherstrlpplng ....1;( FLORIDA Cleaning

per acre II.! I.COMPLETE 4+i rya 3" PVC Sch. 40 12-2 NMB Wire .

Well Pumps $.79 ft. 17.95250 Felt $6.80 per roll
Home Supplies a Llghtpoles Cabinet a Electrical > Plumbing Supplies
George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker

96 .6051 Evenings "*.** BARGAIN CENTER INC.Stje1aa111ne .
,? 215 E. Call St.
Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser ,?.000 Miscellaneous and Salvage ?*""11
964-4181 Evenings Starke, Fla.
Lee A WIIII..Mo 964-6679 Hwy. 301 South Starke TF


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March 6IS86 .. SECTION Pages.

r.Starke Ads Cont.... ". 1 I'I.r Keystone- Heights-.c.. AdsFOR 1 I


2 BR MOBILE HOME Metros area, $170

TWO BEDROOM mobile home for month and deposit. Also on. all new & BOATS LAKE LOT Hlllcrst lok*. 13500.
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKi rental mobile home, furnished CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work month.
Lost $220 a month Owner will flnanc $164 per
Mobil. Homes and spaces for rant. Valley Campground. 9645760. kitchen cabinets and trim
Recreational vehicles Itpd 36RENTALS plus deposit for fair respectable cou carpentry. U FT. HOBIi CAT Fair to good condition 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
welcome. Phon. 1-684-6634 Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 alter 100 X 264
961.7498.9/16 tfn AVAILABLE $150 per month pie or 4752694. 1/16 5:30 no trailer. $800. 473.2095: or LAKE GENEVA WATERFRONT
tfnchg : p.m. 1/5 tlnchg lot In exclusive Geneva
EFFICIENCIES studios and on. BR apart. and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker. MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1'% BA, Highway CARPET AND VINYLi Repairs and In. 'II 13848968.TOYOTA 2tchg Station 2/27-3/6 Excellent ft.Shores.wooded 42000. Phone 473-3379 or365.344.0708.4tpd
ments. Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF wagon
Electricity Included. Low week- stallations.
91 Free estimates. Ten
North 473.4329 alter 5. Itpd 3/6 years 2/27.3/20
ly. monthly rots. Palms Apartments, CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On experience Coll 473-4217 and ask for condition. Power steering brakes and
2314 N. T.mpl. Ave. tfn Highway 16 W. Close to prison TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes Across Craig. 5/17 linchg air. 50,000 miles One owner. $3800.

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 964-7530 or ..68.1323.10/10 Tfchg from lake $155./ Partially furnished. HANDYMAN SERVICE Yard work, 4753060. Itfr 3/6
BA opt For mor. Information call Lak. NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown Mr. Phillips, 173.7560.2/13 20tpd 6/26 clean-up, hauling, tree trimming and WATER WHEELER III Paddle boat. Paid
Butl.r Apt.. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Law office on E, Call St. If you or. In. TWO BEDROOM 1'/, both clean mobile removal any kind of odd |ob.4733321. $550 new sale $350. 473.4895 after 6 1G'tf
Housing 6/7 tlnchg terasted in renting this office and home, near Keystone Hts., 4tpd 2/13.3/6 p.m. Itpd 3/6
NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished, 1BR selecting carpet and having input Into $225/month. 473-2566. Itchg 3/6 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING 19B1 DATSUN KING CAB- 5-speed good

apartments with kitchens located next renovating It, call 964-6305. John Hand rubb.d oil finishes Call Jac, tires, AM/FM cassette, silver/black 1R eMes/
streak, good condition. $3800. '
to Tenneco station In downtown Miller TF lost 473-2521. 2/27 tfnchg
Stork.. $SD-$7S per w..k. Call FOR RENT OR SALEi Like n.w. 3 BR. 1 MOWING-TRIMMING edging and all 473-2514. Itpd 3/6 Have you ever wished that

964.5139 days or 964-6566 .v... 12/5TF bath block house on 2.6 acres. $50 REWARD for return ol pet skunk. types of lawn work Rick's lawn Service 1977 FORD MAVERICK door, 48,000 you were In a position to
9645445. 2/13TF actual miles, paw.r, excellent condi own a but
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now Missing for 4 weeks from Lake 473-4512. 2tchg 2/27-3/6 swimming pool
available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 It. TWO BEDROOM MH on Griflis loop, lots Brooklyn area. Black broad stripe OPENING CONSIGNMENT clothing and Lion_$1200. Phone 473-7092. Itpd 3/6, weren't sure that you could

ceilings, lights, power n.w reduced of trees, large yard. 468-2374 after 6 male, walks with a limp. 4737683. accessories at Pack Rat Hwy 21 N, afford such a luxury? Well
rate.. 964-6848. 1/9TF p.m. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 2tchg 2/27.3/6 Keystone Heights, will begin taking MOBILE HOMES having YOUR OWN pooldoesn't I
THREE BEDROOM TWO BEDROOM TRAILER 2 baths, clean, Items and March 7 require a fortune
2Ba. CB with CH/A. REWARD! Black male Labrador mixed. on Friday Saturday, anymore! With the modern
Near South.lde School. new carpet, big yard with shady trees. a 8 from 105 All Items must be
$350/month. Lost Nov. 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee p.m.
20 HOMES Lot package available $295 construction techniquesand
Off Rd. & 21st Ave.
Menj Dairy $225
964.5423.2/20 TFKEVSTONEMELROSE Rood. Answers to "Minor." 4737162. clean and ready to sell. For more Information the standardized
down. American Horns 752.8082. plans
AREA 2 BR.. 2 Ba, plus deposit. 964.6714.2/27 2tchg 3/6 2/27 tlnchg call Kim 4732183. Itchg 3/6 4tchg 2/13.3/6 that Dynamic Pools has to

MH. CH/A. Call Mr. Edwards, 4733695. NEW monthly EFFICIENCY rentals. Also APTS Mobile: weekly Home and lot HOUSE CLEANING In Keystone andMelrose ALL REPOS $6000 under cost. No cash offer, you can have the poolof
2/20TF Reasonable A.kfor
area. your dreams for a lot less
HELP WANTED needed American Homes 7528082.
LARGE 2 BR HOUSE 1 bath CH/A, stove, Call 964-5332. 2/27 2tchg 3/6 Pottle or Barbara, 4737706. Itpd 4tchg 2/13.3/6 than you think.
EXTRA CLEAN 2 BR trailer lot.
refrigerator. Suitable on private 3/6
for coupl. or Prices Start At
small family $350/month. Call Crosby Lake Shores, see to appreciate.No CHURCH NURSERY WORKER Wanted. HODGES ENGRAVING 4 TROPHIES See
964.7826.2/20 TF pets, no children $250/month. $100 Part-time, at least eight hours per our display ad in the monitor. needed $100 a month. American $5,9OOINSTALLED
dep. 964.5739.2/27 2tpd 3/6 week Sunday mornings, Sunday evenIngs Homes 752.8082.4tchg 2/13.3/6
EFFICIENCY APT.. Two rooms, compl. 473-3671. Itchg 3/6
furn., no children 7823-3458. 2/20TF and Wednesday evenings re BOOKKEEPING For small businesses

THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CH/A, family BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES quired. Apply by telephone Mon thru Over 15 years experience. Call YARD SALE Limited Urns Only! i
Thurs. 473-3715. 2tchg 2/27-3/6
room with 4755607. lId 3/6
fireplace, utility
storage RECEPTIONIST assistant for doctor's of. PRE With a variety of sizes and
-YARD SALE Truck sleeps
room large screen porch, all camper
appliances to choose from
f.nc.d back yard. 1 lease face Must have basic clerical skills and 6, $500; Dinette set, $80: Truck tire shapes ,
yr. MISCELL&INEOUSBINGO.AMERICAN there's a beautiful Dynamic
and deposit $375/month. 1021 W. OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear excellent personality for dealing with (new) on 5 lug wheel $50; antique pool that's just right for

Pratt St.. 964-B073. Itchg 3/6 ladies apparel chlldrens, large size, people. Experience helpful but will LEGION POST Hwy sewing machine, $100; golf clubs and your home AND your
3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS avallabl petite, combination store, maternity train qualified person. Send resume to 21 N. Sunday afternoon 25. bag $50; golf carts, $15 ft $10; budget. This reliable Fla.
now. Starting at $200 per month. Pine accessories. Jordache, Chic lee, Levi Doctor, P. O. Box 1420 Keystone ALSO..SATURDAY NIGHT at 7 O'clock dishwasher, $50; perfect guns, $ISO A Slate Certified Contractorwill
Forest Apartments, call 964.6312. 3/6 E Z Street, Izod Esprit Tomboy, Colvin Heights, FL 32656. Itchg 3/6 with a $200 JACKPOT. Open to the $50. Much more 473-3768 (Keep try. take care of everything
2tchg 3/13 Klein' Sergio Valent. Evan Picon, Liz NURSERY WORKER Ellam Baptist public. 4tpd 2/20.3/13 Ing). Itpd 3/6 Irom design and Installationto

TWO BEDROOM mobile horn on'GrltfisLoop. Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline, Church, Metros. 8.10 hours per week LARGE REFRIGERATOR freezer $250; MOVING Furniture/Garage sale arranging........
Furnished or unfurnished. Heolthtex, over 1000 others. $13,300 to Apply In person at church office from color t.v., $200; 21 ft. houseboat $2500or Queen bed china and wall cabinets, 100% financing with
$135/month, $100 deposit Phone $24,900 Inventory, training, fixtures, 9-2. Mon-Frl. Itchg 3/6 best offer. Will trade for camper ormalarham. piano, tables, lamps, desk grill row. NO DOWN PAYMENT.
964-8704 after 5 p.m. weekdays, all grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. SHEAR PERFECTION is looking for an .. Loke Geneva Park, trailer ing machine Lot. of shop and small Ts mike your now pool a boiuty ol
day Saturday or Sunday. Itchg 3/6 Mr. Loughlln ((612)) 8884228. Itpd 3/6 experienced hair stylist to join our no. 3. Itpd 3/6 Items. Fri./Sat. 9-5 weather permit summer fun... Phono399.56B5
stall. Call 473.7323 for interview Itchg ting. Two and one-hall miles on paved TF

3/6 County Road 352 off 21 N. Itpd 3/6
SALESPERSON WANTED We need a FOR SALE GARAGE SALI rained out. Will repeat

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r hard-working person to sell our March 8. Right' at Gizmo on 214 to

Goodyear roof products. Write Ed MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series Baker Rood. Itpd 3/6 Shop & Compare I 11 I
Mahon, Consolidated Companies, 1801 organ with double keyboard bas GARAGE SALE This Saturday March 8
E. 9th St., Cleveland Ohio 44114. 2/20 pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call from 8-1 at the Keystone State Bank Special Insurance for

3tchg 3/6 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 Itpd 3/6 Mobil Horn Parks

weekends for appointment to see tin YARD SALE Saturday March 8. 6804 All types of homeowners
m ANTIQUE DRY SINK Mahogany finish Deer Springs Rd. Itpd 3/6 policies for
I 964.5065 I REAL ESTATE with black marble top and back, $300; mobile homes i.

.i Craftsman 10 inch radial saw $ISO.
Call for Quote *
REALTOR Nave owner. Asking $3000. Call 1400 SQ. FT. OFFICE SPACE Light In. Olin's Mobile
houses Sr'iIr1R: 1-904-824-3586 after p.m. 2tpd 3/6.13 dustrial etc, 2 baths, 1 kitchen nearlyone and Blown-in

acre. $40.000. 475-2145. Itchg 3/6 Free Estimate Home Sales
NOTICE ZENITH 19 inch black and white television

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU! $60. 4732048. Itpd 3/6 Bosler CustomConstruction
Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon M. Agent

prior to Thursday publication. CYCLES 964-5606 TF
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 964-6888 3/6
then 10 cents for each word thereafter 1972 HARLEY DAVIDSON Sportster.

Runs good. $1500 or best offer.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 4755643. 2tpd 2/27.3/6
FREE 1984 HONDA 3 wheel motorcycle. Excellent .
ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW RENTLEASERENT condition. $1000. 473-2438.

About the Value of Your House I Itchg 3/6 PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTYCorner
3 CAR GARAGE for storage workshop

ERA CAN TELL YOUI! $200 per month, $75 per day. 106 HOUSES FOR SALE US 301 & SR 16, Starke Fl.
FreeNOOBLIGATIONI' N. Church St. 9645081. Itchg 3/6
O' I "' BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT HOME Big 262ft. Frontage on 301. Ideal for Car Wash

I M+R"QJAWE ESTIMATE pr.pared.by.our. '"prof.e.losally-trained.steEL .. ... white sandy beach excellent swimming Service Station, Restaurant.
Reviewed a Jeam with 42 years of Bradford County appraisal and sales emperlence. : and skiing 3 BR 2 BA fireplace, Utilities Available. Excellent Investment Opportunityfor (

let us tell you what your house will sell for! central H/AC, screened porch and
CALL TODAY-964-5065 or mall or drop off the form below. deck, 79900. 473.3468 or 4737349. all your Investment needs

................................ ..........................cutout ......................... 4tchg 2/20.3/13
: Call 767.4035
2 BEDROOM 1 BATH C/B house. Walk. :
: j ing distance lo school or town. 30000.
Call 473.4058 altar 6 2tpd
J j Market Value Estimate 2/27.3/6 p.m. 3/6 3tpd 3/13

: Full Name of Ownrst : l1aIrpIanesWELCOME LAKE BROOKLYN Prime location White

i (Se. your tax bill) sand beach 2 BR, 1 BA, furnished complete
treed, fenced Vi plus acre,
1 Mailing Address of Owner BACK $82.500 or best offer 3057938199. BULLDOZER WORK WANTED
i Property Address or Directions:. j j'I' 2fchg 2/27.3/6
LINDA E NICE RUSTIC HOME on good fishing
Call 964.5606
: 1 737 S. Walnut St. Starke $ lake, nine ceiling to floor windows, ((904))

: Contact Information : live ceiling Ions, brick fireplace, nicely
: Best time to call) 'oj'' : 964-4645 1: landscaped with stone walks. Inside Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 220U
,- : sic i siT needs some finishing. Keystone area.
: Home phone number).
*********.*******.*******. $33.000. 4733842. Itpd 3/6
j Work phone numb' 1. i

*SURROUNDED BY LOVELY OAKS RESIDENTIAL I Take your pick of these' .,>>two'. ";; homes' one Janet M. LAVERN H. OUTLAW

new and one almost new. Owner must sell one Broker

*BUY NOWI! PAY LATERI! This 4BR 2 bath home Includes POdl, wit bar, 2 StarlingRealtor VACUUMSALE L' L REALTOR' Bcs. 964-5478
fireplaces, many other extras. Owner wlllln"t. veil with excellent terms.

Broker/owner. j Full-Tim.Associates
SOUTHGATE> Two bedroom home with lamjly r.09m..Cor".r lot |In perfect .2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home., $29.900.
location. 34900. WATERS
HOUSE: U MOVE) Moke offer & USEDWe 964-4522
HOME ON MADISON ST. lots of room. Owner financing. REDUCED TO $39,900) 1.B ACRES NEW Designated Appraiser R... 9&4-6941

SARATOGA HEIGHTS 4 BR, 2 bath with famlly" o"Doubl. carport. PricedIn with older horn, beautiful pecan Finance Our Own 1-STARKEJLL._ Res. 964.5370

*HANDYMAN DUPLEX in town. 3 lots with'owner flna lng.'Only 25000. REDUCED TO $13.900 1.6 ACRES ROYALS South;301 Plaza R... 964-7333 Res. 533-2965

Great terms. 'r? f 12x60 MH. EUUEKAS .
TWO 14x70 MOBILE HOMES: both rented. Klrigfleyi, La'. oVeo. Both for .15 ACRES Older horn and OW HOOVERS Open tR:30a.m.to5:30p.m.Frl.

$43,500 with owner financing. Let us show yo *KINGSLEY LAKE AREA Immaculate MH with\ butlt) -on'Nice: shaded landscaped -11.9 ACRES 1 Well 3 septic tanks, FILTER QUEENS Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Your Full Service Real Estate Office

yard. : c pond pole barn $33,500 SEARS *FOR lEASEi Suit. E. South 301 Plaza
*REDUCED lovely country home over 2500 sq. ft. on'3 I/4 acres. Many extras, .
5 ACRES $12,500; 10 : 13*LOOK ME OVER I Call for appt. to see this' beautiful 3 BR. 2 Ba horn featuring

call to see this today. 25000. Excellent Terms. repair all makes a formal LR, OR, lam. rm. w/llreplace, and large kitchen. In city. best location
'/. Is nice. MH and porches and workshop
*CROSLEY S/Dt quiet living on acre .4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. $12.500. only 58500.
only $19.000. -5 Ac. Paved Irntg. 12500. AI Young'sSince OVER 1600 FT. highway frontage, N.w River area, approx. 27 acres of excellent
LARGE 38*. 2 bath CB home on 1 acre in city, only 44900. 2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned land 28000.
*JUST OFF BESSENT RD a well planned horn wilh 2 BH, 2 Ba.Jerge LR and dinIng commercial 65000. 1957
: abutting Square Shopping
kitchen cabinets everywhere, screen porch, greenhouse, 4 or 7 acres. .50 Ac.$50,000. 964.6918
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-- INSURANCEMAINES Tornadoes Fall in District TournamentThe

CLASSIFIED! ADVERTISING! should b.submitted Lake Avenue INSURANCE, Lake AGENCY Butler 4963978.) 160 S. Tornado five just wasn't with to the finals. points out Coach Godwin. "I don't The BHS defense, a half court
to the Union County Times of- Complete Insurance Service, tfn it last Thursday night,Feb.27,when The Tornado five got within four know if our youth and inexperience press, was good enough to win,
ficb, in writing and paid in odvanc they lost 65-54 to Eastside of points 31-35, of Eastside with in the showed up and hurt us, or if the Coach Godwin says
unless' credit, Is already established Gainesville in the opening round of second half, but then allowed some pressure got to us, or if we just Seniors Herbie Cooper Simon Mitchell -
with this, office., LAND FOR SALES the District 5-3A Basketball Tourna- more easy baskets as the Rams pulled weren't ready to play," says Coach and Frank Long, playing his
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT M HELD ment held at Ocala Vanguard High, ahead again by 10 to 15 points. Godwin. first varsity season,played their last
RESPONSIBLE! FOR MISTAKES IN to 15 acres Three mile from Pro. the eventual champion.The Eastside's quickness hurt BHS. too. In a tournament game players game for the Tornado'five which
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER vidence. Olustee Cr..k crosses, county game was not as close as the The Rams were able to get to loose need to concentrate to get their finished the season 148.
THE TELEPHONE. grade, large oak and pasture. final score Indicates as Eastside, basketballs quicker, points out Tornado hands moving to handle the basket Levi Simmons led BHS with 18
Classified, deadline it TUESDAY Owner financed. Also 5 or 10 acres 3.5 taking advantage of Tornado turnovers Coach Jay Godwin. ball, Godwin points out. points. Cooper had 15. BHS was 10 of
NOON prior to Thursday publication. mile from lake Bult.r. Call 4962802. which were converted into BHS won the second period 15-14 "We weren't shooting sharply/ ," 21 at the free throw line.
Minimum charge is 15 words for$2.75, 3/6 2tchg. 3/13 easy baskets jumped off to a 19-8 but trailed 33-23 at the half. Eastside points out Coach Godwin. BHS shot ES 19 14 20 12 65
then.. 10 cents for each word thereafter. first period lead and were never extended its lead to 13 points by 18 for 53 or 34 percent from the field. BHS 8 15 17 14 54
FOR RENT headed. beating BHS 20-17 in the third BHS made only 9 of 19 shots in the .....1... icoringl WllltaiM I-0/I-. 0,r* ...tll.'.
Ovala Vanguard beat Gainesville period. BHS outscoreds ES 14-12 in first half, the turnovers kept them a.ldn.en M4.4-S/IO-l. Clark.. Oirrlion II-O/I-M. MoWrt.1-1/1-7.0-4/4-4.T Mlndtordl >
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TYPEWRITERS RENT AND Union ADDING CountyTlmes MACHINESFOR 150 basketball championship. GHS beat threat to the Ram five. quicker Rams a chance for easy 1-0..1,. Mitchell Coop.r 1-1/1,-,".,,--".,..Dlgi.. '.M'1-1/4.1..'.. ,.L.O........ I
OUT OF AREA Main O. Vanguard 65-60 to earn the chance BHS committedd '20 turnovers. baskets. 1-0/1.6.Total' I1-IO/1I-S4.
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Information tfn
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO One, two and three bedroom mobile I
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Office and Warehouse space located In
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books. Dinning tobl. with six chairs, West Main. Call 496-2261 for more In.
good condition. N..d to sell to make formation. It 2/27
room for n.w. Call to see 4963206, Mobil. Home Thr. bedroom, one and + .. 1
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Life Insurance agent needed Growing Tractor Work Plowing mowing and
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Surrounded ..
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Government Homes from $1 (U r.palri.) j Simon Mitchell: (right) dodges through a very quick: Mitchell: put up 8 points for the Tornadoes in the face the Tornadoes. He tried a dunk, but
Also delinquent tax Call of tough Eastside team. The Tornadoes fell 65-54 in missed he eased the next shot
property. t. Eastside defensive effort in the opening round of the a it, so
11805)6876000( ) Ext GH-1136 for Information .0................NNOTICE district tournament in Ocala.: the game. up to the basket. .
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I BHS'I'ornado Runners Going Strong in Rebuilding Year I

Tornadoes runners held their own be running the quarter mile, Lori Sapp was fourth in the 1600as meters Margo Felton threw 24'lVi", to place sixth at Terry Parker.
they opened the 1986 season Feb. however she will primarily be runn- meters, the mile equivalent, in Cory Roberts ran 53.27 Wesley Felicia Davis threw 24'9", Angie The 440-relay team of Darin Pat-
22 at the Sandalwood Invitational ing the distances. 5:42.20.: Christy Harrell ran the 1600 Johnson ran 55.88 and Cleve Cohens threw 23'3" and Kim Adams terson, Brian Lanei Cory Roberts,
and March 1 at the Terry Parker School records were set by the meters {in 5:54.86.: Hankerson 58.26 in the 400 meters threw 25'11" fora total of 98 feet1f.Ilnch and Andy aced fourth in
Relays in Jacksonville. girls in the 800 meters, 1200 meters, dash. ,a new Bradford High recordin 46.74.
It is a gigantic rebuilding year, and in the shot put relay. The boys Kim Adams ran a 66.81 for seventh Robert Thorpe ran 2:12.93: in the the shot put relay. It breaks the The mile medley relay team of
says Coach George Loper. With viralso set a new school record in the place in the 400 meters. Terry Kit- 800 meters. old record of 91'% set in 1984 by Cory Roberts, Andy Jones Robert
tually no depth the success of the shot put relay. ties ran a 71.74 in the 400 meters. Cory Roberts ran 23.97, Wesley Cheryl Vogle,Carol Fussell Tammy Thorpe, and Bruce Davis placed
team will depend on quality perfor Allison Denmark ran a 66.8 in 300 Johnson 24.49 Cleve Hankerson Mann, and Becky Anderson. fourth in 40773.
mantes by individuals such as Lori meter low hurdles Kim Adams ran 24.95 and Coltrane Felton 25.94 In The 880-relay team of Allison Den The mile relay team of Wesley
Sapp one of the premier distance At Sandalwood... a 30.16 for 200 meters. Terry Kittles the 200 meter dash. mark, Sharon Hamilton, Angie Johnson, Brian Lane Robert
runners in north Florida as a Bradford High girl runners finish. ran a 30.64 for 200 meters. Angie Robert Thorpe ran 1:35.39: Cam Cohens, and Felicia Davis placed Thorpe, and Cory Roberts placed
sophomore. ed 9th out of 14 schools with 13 points Cohens ran a 30.66 in the 200 meters. Ward 1:40.57: in the 600 meter race at sixth in 2:09.1.: fifth in 35732.:
Feb. 22 at the Sandalwood Invitational Sharon Hamilton ran 32.74 for 200 Sandalwood.At .
The kids are on schedule and in Jacksonville. meters. The 440-relay team of Margo The distance medley relay team of
working hard for this early in the Two BHS school records were set Terry Parker... Felton, Allison Denmark, Sharon James Jamison, Coltrane Felton
season, says Coach Loper. by the girls. Sophomore Lori Sapp The Bradford boys finished in a tie The BHS mile medley set a meet Hamilton, and Angie Cohens placed Cam Ward and Silas Jenkins place
Senior Andy Jones out for track ran 800 meters in 2:26.74: to take first for 12th place among the 14 school record and the shot put relay set a sixth in 67.1. eighth in 13:04: .68.
for the first lime has a lot of raw place at the meet. Freshman Christy competing at Sandalwood. school records as the Tornado girls The mile relay team of Terry Kitties Lonnie Hamilton was fourth over
mater tal but a lot to learn in a short Harrell ran the 1200 meters in Some of the boys had fairly decent finished 8th among 12 schools with 16 Angie Cohens, Kim Adams and all in the shot put with a throw of
lime )Ix>por says. Jones ran an 11.5 4:21.24: and placed fifth in the race performances but none placed high points in all that bitter cold Satur- Lori Sapp placed fourth and ran a 43'9V4". Edward Hudson threw
split in his 110 yard split on the 440 Other performances by the girls enough to score points for BHS. day, March 1, in the Terry Parker 4:57.1.: 35'8", Andrew Timmons 34'11", and
relay, equal to about a 9.6 in the 100 included: Edward Hudson threw the shot 38 Joe Hodges Relays. Greg Jackson threw 34'8", a total of
yard dash. Margo Felton placed sixth in the feet. The BHS boys placed in four out of 149'Vi". In the field events the Terry
Lori Sapp set a new BHS record in shot put with a throw of 25 fret,4InCory Roberts ran 11.68 Darin Patterson The BHS girls set a meet record In six they entered and finished 9th Parker officials placed by in-
the 800 meters at Sandalwood in ches. Alison Denmark ran the 11.91, Wesley Johnson 11.92, the mile medley relay in 4:42.75: and among 12 school with 12 points. dividual. BHS was the only school
2:26.74.: Sapp ran a 63 second split in. 100-meter hurdles in 22.9.1, Angie Coltrane Felton 12.45 and Cleve placed first The team was Terry The 880 relay team of Wesley with four throwers and would have
the mile relay, the fast split of the Cohens ran 14.42 and Sharon Hankerson 12.32 in the 100 meters. Kitties Felicia Davis, Kim Adams, Johnson, Robert Thorpe, Brian placed first had the throws been
meet Coach Loper said. Sapp won't Hamilton IS 1 in ho inn motors, Cam Ward ran 5:22.02: in the 1600 and Lori Sapp. Lane and Darin Patterson in 1:43.2: calculated as a relay

Softball Squad Prepares for Baker TERWILLEGAR

Rained out of their March 3 opener Returning juniors Ann Starling\ subject to change. With only one HIT
with Bishop Kenny the Lady Tor- the team's catcher, last year's third week of practice the first two weeks MOTORS ;
nado Softball team was scheduled to baseman Cindy Taylor who is play- will pretty much be spring training
play ems in Gainesville yesterday ing outfielder this year, rightfielder for the team.
(Wednesday, March 5)) Cindy Parado, and starting pitcher
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Today (Thursday March 6), the Tammy Lynn. Junior Kelly Jackson JV Team.... Ii
girls are scheduled to play Baker will be playing third base after a one For the first time ever, BHS will
High at 4.30; p.m. at Westside Parkin year absence from the team. Shon be sporting a JV Softball team being
Starke. Butler outfielder, is the only coached by Brenda Butler. in Florida
This year's team brings back 10 sophomore on the team. The JV team is predominatly
returning lettermen. Seniors are The Lady Tornadoes went 10-10( in freshmen and sophomore girls.
Marla Reddish all-district and all- last year's season. Playing in class With six varsity girls graduatingthis
area last year; Stacey Reddish, 2A, they were regular season district year, and six graduating next
honorable mention for all-area last champs, going 7 for 1. This year year, the varsity team will not be hit Ford Motor Credit
year, left center Patty Smith first they will be competing in class 3A, so hard with these losses. Bradford Corp. '
baseman Bridget Skeen, utility infielder which means the competition will be County is very fortunate to have
Daphne Williams, and last tougher. But Coach Slater believesthe such fine recreation during the sum
year's designated hitter Brena returning players will offset mer, preparing would-be atheletesto
Skeen, who is this year's utility; out the vigors of sports. We are very I
fielder. that.The lineup for the varsity team is fortunate indeed. Announces

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I BHS Tornado Lifters Place Second in Three-Wav Match I

Hawthorne 54, Starke 35 cleaned 135 for a total of 280. ed 150 for 305 and fourth place. and cleaned 175 for 370 and fourth Markham (P.K.) benched 180 and
p,K. Yonge 7 Next Match... 123-Pound Class: Sean Robinson 148-Pound Class: Williams (H) place. cleaned 165 for 345 and fourth place.,
Tt.3 BUS Tornado lifters are even The Tornadoes met Keystone after (BUS) took first place by benching benched 235 and cleaned 175 for 410 181-Pound Class: Randall (H) ben- 220-Pound Class: Clint Jenkins
on the season at 3.3 after placing second press time Wednesday, March 5,and 200 and cleaning 165 for a total of 365. and first place. Dee (H) benched 185 ched 285 and cleaned 235 for 520 and (BHS) took first place by benching
in a three-way match against are presently preparing for the Smith ((11)) benched 135 and cleaned and cleaned 170 for 355 and second first place. Lonnie Hamilton (BHS) 245 and cleaning 240 for 495. Kittles
Hawthorne and P.K. Yonge last Class 3A State Tournament to beheld 140 for 275 and second place. Jones place. Terry Whitehead (BHS) ben- benched 285 and cleaned 235 for 520 (II) was second with 275 and 215 for
week. in Daytona on March 22 at 12 (m) benched 140 and cleaned 115 fora ched 185 and cleaned 145 for 330 and and second place. Llnzmayer benched 490. Iveson (H) was third with 200))
Big and Hawthorne took noon. total of 255 and third place. Fugate third place. Bill Hamilton benched 230 and cleaned 195 for 425 and and 200 for 400. Montgomery (PK)
first place tough in the match with 54 (P.K.) benched 140 and cleaned 115' 170 and cleaned 150 for 320 and third place. Billy Harrell (BHS) benched had 160 and 145,for fourth place.
for 255 and fourth place. fourth place.165Pound. 220 and cleaned 190 for 410 and
points, while the Tornadoes rackedup
35 and P.K. could only scrape Places... 132-Pound Class: Hankison (H) ,fourth place.198.Pound. Heavyweight: Rutledge (H) ben-
together 7. took first by benching 220 and clean- Class: Cashwell (H) ched 315 and cleaned 235 for 550 and
114 Pound Class: Neither P.K. or ing 180 for a total of 400. Chuck benched 245 and cleaned 180 for 425 Class: Greg Jackson Andrew Timmons (BITS)
Coach Lanier Clyatt said he con Bradford had lifters competing in Coburn (BHS) took second by ben- and first place. Bruce Davis (BHS) (BUS) took first place by benching benched 330, cleaned 210 for 540 and
tinues to see great improvement on the 114-pound class and Hawthorne ching 230 and cleaning 175 fora totalof benched 250 and cleaned 165 for 415 310 and cleaning 230 for a total of 540. second place. Reeves (H) benched
the part of all the Tornadoes, but took both first and second places. 395.James Slater (BHS) was right and second place. Greg Wiggins was McDonald (H) benched 275 and 235 and cleaned 225 for 460 and third
named Clint Jenkins and James Bradley lifted 180 in the bench press behind Coburn. He benched 165 and only 5 pounds behind when he benched cleaned 235 for 510 and second place. place. Delaino (P.K.) benched 200
Slater as the two most improved and 125 in the clean and jerk for a cleaned 155 for 320 and third place. 225 and cleaned 185 for 410 and Cromwell (H) benched 215 and and cleaned 155 for 355 and fourth
liftrrs of the matrh total of 305. Akers benched 145 and Peoples (HJ) benched 155 and clean third place Unrmavpr: benched 195 cleaned 170 for 385 and third place. place.

I Tornado Golfers Undefeated after Wins Against Clay and BakerTornado I

golfers, now 2-0, shot a Sophomore Todd Gillenwaters shot Wood was again low man as the Sexton. Wood, umenwaters Eighth graders David Elder and Middleburg High here was rained
good first match score of 169, says 40, freshman Ed Douglas shot 41, Tornado golfers went 181.189 over Douglas give the '86 team a goodthree. Link Bishop, ineligible until next
Coach Mike Sexton, to beat Clay and sophomore Bo Bishop 49. Baker High. Todd Gillenwaters shot A good, consistent fourth year, are playing with the team as out.The BUS golfers are on the road
High by 11 strokes on the Starke Golf Steve Foster led Clay High with a 45, Bob Bishop 46,and Ed Douglas 47 player is needed, and Tom Watson they did last year. Coach Sexton will this coming week, at Orange Park
and Country Club course Feb. 25, 41 and Mike Padgett shot 44. Each to round 181 round. and Bo Bishop are the two Sexton is be glad to have those two on the varsity today (Thursday, March 6) for a
and beat Baker High by eight had one bad hole, which ran their Baker's Danny Jones was low counting on to fill the fourth spot. next year.Upcoming.. 3:30: p.m. match, at Macclenny Mon
strokes 181-189, Feb. 27. scores up.Gillenwaters. medalist with a 42. day, March 10, for a 3:30: p.m.
Junior Hal Wood led BHS over and Bo Bishop are The BHS golfers are young and In- Randy Wood, 10; Mark Murray, 9, match, and at Middleburg next
Clay High with a 39 three over par returning from last year's 3.5 team. experienced have a chance for a and Chris Simmons, 9, round out the ... Thursday, March 13, for a3.30 p.m.
real good season, says Coach Mike eight-man team. A Tuesday, March 4, match with match.

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/ Bradford Boy's tennis team results are as follows: (Bradford) 8-2. Jody Brown (Brad- Coach McGriff's comments on the
SELECT GROUP had a tough day out on the courts In the Singles: Greg Grooms, ford) defeated Erich Horn 82. Jim match; "Oh, so close. We had some
30 % Off against Eastside, February 26. The (Eastside) defeated Jason Brown, my Wilson, (Bradford) defeated chances late in the match, but we
ASSORTED LENGTHS ._ Pierre Johnson, (Eastside) 8-6. just couldn't pull it out!"
--- Steve Narangi, (Eastside) defeated
GOLD CHAINS Paul Bawek (Bradford) 83. Rick Upcoming...
9 Kimutis, (Bradford) defeated Fred
STOREWIOE SALE kj Sergeant, (Eastside) 84. The tennis teams, boys and girls,
o In the Doubles: Grooms/Pierre are schedule to be home against
2 0 /o ON HEMS Eddie defeated BrownBrown 9-8 in set Lake City today (Thursday, March
'2000 or MORE! Starlingis one, and 7-5 in set two. 6)) at 4 p m. Next Tuesday, March 11,
Horn/Narang defeated the teams are again home for a 3:30:
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On Cable TVChannelSINSULATION Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Ruth Scarborough Roy C. LaPannMr.
Mr. Rodney Phillip\ Hall, 42, ,of Mrs. Minnie G. Futch of Lawtey; six 72 of Clarence
Mrs. Ruth J. Scarborough, Roy LaPann, 73, of
Kingsley Lake, died Feb. 26 at his daughters, Evangeline Bush of Jacksonville died Sunday, Mar. 2 at Lawtey,died Saturday, Mar. 1 at his
residence after extended \illness. Powder Springs Ga. Lorene
an Smithof Jacksonville follow residence in
a nursing Lawtey following long
Born Nov. 14, 1943, In Jackson. Jacksonville Hazel Sapp and Bon- recent illness. illness.
ing a
ville,Mr.Hall was a retired foreman L.nie Higginbotham of Lawtey, Mary Born in Kentucky, Mrs. Scar Born Jan. 13, 1913 in Providence,
from Crown Products and was a Crawford and Thelma L. Good-
of R.I. Mr.
resident LaPann moved to
borough was a lifelong Lawtey
man of Starke two sons, Nathan H.
Baptist. ;
Jacksonville.She was a homemakerand three years ago from Rome, Ga. He
Survivors include his mother, Starling of and Richard E.
attended Blair Rd. Baptist was a construction worker
Mrs. Billie S. Hall of Kingsley Lake: Starling of Jacksonville; seven Church. and marina foreman and
was a
two brothers, Roger F. Hall of sisters, Gladys Pringle of Sanford, Survivors include two daughters, Catholic
Jacksonville K. Hall of Lois Blevins of Lennox, Ga. Mabel
and Robert Survivors
Nelson include his
Linda Shomper and Karen wife, AlyceC.
Orlando; sister, Mrs. Marsha Kuhlof McClellan, Ola Starling, Elnora .
Edward LaPann
both of Jacksonville; two sons, ; two daughters
Privitt, Pauline
Brooksville several nieces and DeVore and
; A. and Frederick W. Scar Lynda E. Rhue of Lawtey and CarolNelson
nephews.Graveside. funeral services were Margaret Pauley, all and of Lawtey; borough, Jr., both of Jacksonville; of Colorado Springs; two
in twenty grandchildren eighteen two sisters, Mrs. Edith Griffin and sons, Frank E. LaPann of Rome,
Feb. 28
conducted Friday, great grandchildren.
Mrs. Sarah Louise Register, both of Ga., and Ronnie W. LaPann of
Lake with Rev. Funeral services held Saturday
Kingsley Cemetery were -
) Lawtey; two brothers, Homer T. Atlanta; brother, Earl LaPann of
lIE Mar. 1 in DeWitt C. Jones
Ed ,
Kirkland Jones
Jones of Jacksonville Beach and Dania, Fla.; sister, Merial LaPannof
Funeral Home was in charge of ar Chapel with Rev.James C.Saunders Winford B.Jones of Auburn,W.Va.; Danla, Fla.; and twelve grand-
Interment in
officiating. was Lawtey
and 9 grandchildren. children.
Arrangements are handled by Graveside funeral services '
INSULATION Jones Funeral Home of Starke. were
Hardage-Giddens Guardian Chapel.In held Mar. 3 at Crosby Lake
FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION Mrs. Daisy Futch Starling, 81, of lieu of flowers, the family requests Cemetery with Rev. Walter F.
Day or Night QUALITY INSTALLATION Lawtey, died Wednesday, Feb. 26 at that a contribution be madeto Montz officiating. Interment was
SAVE SAVE her residence following a long il- Mrs. Clara HammondMrs. a charity of your choice.E. under the direction of Jones Funeral
ON HEATING I 19646956FRAME I ON COOLING lness. .Clara Knowles Howard Hammond Home of Starke.
Born June 19, 1896 in Bradford 86, of Melrose, died Thurs-
DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE County, she lived in Lawtey all her day, Feb. 27 at her residence follow
life. She was a homemaker and a ing a brief illness. D. PackMr.
member of Evergreen Baptist Born Feb. 20, 1900 in Jasper, Mrs. E. D. Pack, 89, of Shelbyville,
Church in Lawtey. Hammond moved to Melrose five Tenn., died Feb. 25 at his home aftera Mrs. Ada Wormer
years ago from Jacksonville. She long illness.A Mrs. Ada Johnson Wormer, KJt of ;
was a homemaker and a member of native of Lincoln County,Tenn., Melrose,died Monday, Mar.3 at her
Dunn's Creek Baptist Church. he moved to Jacksonville in 1935,but residence following a long illness. t
Survivors include one son,WilliamB. returned to Tennessee in 1973 upon Born Aug. 26, 1898 in Stamping
20 % Howard of Melrose; brother, retirement. Ground,Ky., Mrs.Wormer moved to
With this coupon Off Everett Knowles of Dade City; four Survivors include his wife, Zoe Melrose one year ago from Muncie,
sisters, Ruby Radford of Melrose, Zacharias Pack, formerly of Lake Ind. She was a homemaker.
Essie Skinner and Gertrude Baraccoof Butler; two daughters, Vendol Jordan Survivors include daughter,
ALL REGULAR PRICED MERCHANDISE Alabama and Ethel Grambling of and Lazelle Putnam, both of Margaret Pittenger of Melrose;
Maryland; seven grandchildren and Nashville,Tenn.;; one grandson, two sister, Anna Hockinsmith of
five great grandchildren. great grandchildren and one great- Georgetown, Ky.; two grandchildren -
< Graveside funeral services were great grandchild. six great grandchildrenand
HGGHMAW'SWESTERn held Monday, Mar. 3 at Evergreen Funeral services were held Feb. one great-great grandchild.
Cemetery with Rev. LeRoy Olive of 26 in Bills-McGaugh-Floyd funeral Funeral services will be held at a
ficiating. Interment was under the chapel, Lewisburg, Tenn. Burial later date in Mausoleum Chapel,
direction of Jones Funeral Home of followed in the family plot in Old Orchard Elm Ridge Cemetery in Muncie, In-
WEAR Keystone Heights. cemetery in Petersburg, diana. Local arrangements are be-
Tenn. ing handled by Jones Funeral Homeof

Mandarin 1(1)1f' Hunter H. Outlaw Keystone Heights.

..." 769 N. Edge ood Ave. 268-5500 Thank You
)' Lacs Hunter Harrison Outlaw died .
*""' 388.9487 10327 San Jose Blvd. '- February 28, 1986 at 5:30: p.m. in Our heartfelt thanks are express.
11111 feSJ5 $ Punta Gorda. ed to all who were so good to our
cyagocyappo xipFpop Hunter was born Feburary 27 to beloved wife and mother, Dorothy Card of ThanksWe
Mr. and Mrs Lavern H. Outlaw, Jr. Dowling Shaw. would like to' our I
Survivors include paternal grand- The kindness, prayers, food and thanks to everyone for their express prayers, j
1'JJl2' parents Mr. and Mrs. Lavern H. support shown is beyond mere visits, cards, food, flowers and all
Outlaw of Starke.A words. expressions of sympathy extended '
memorial service was held Sun Many thanks and God bless.DowlingShaw during our bereavement.The .
STARKE PLYMOUTH day, March 2 in Punta Gorda. family Roy McKinney Family


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, On September 22, 1985 Leversonwas Starke Man ArrestedFor Recent ArrestsIn County authorities according to In- William James McNeal, 33, of I'
Finds Hall
Jury arrested in Union County for the vestigator David Aderholt. Lawtcy was arrested Feb. 28 for
Not Guilty of DUI drug charge, less than a month after Sexual BatteryJames Bradford CountyThe DWLS and improper tag according i
from DOC. He served 1V4 Traffic to B. A. Williams. McNeal I
his release Trooper
following arrests madein
with driving Leon Nettles 37 of Route 1
Starke ,
I A man charged bond
months of a four months sentencefor arrested March Bradford County by local Gerald Williams of Starke was arrested was released after a $235 cash I
under the influence was found Starke was 4 for I
a Bradford County charge of authorities. Feb. 24 on a : was posted.
not guilty by a jury Monday evening sexual battery, according to In- suspend
delivery of cocaine for which he pled driving while license \
Kc-b 24 in Bradford deliberated County Court.The a few guilty. (He earned gain time and vestigator Bond was David set at Aderholt.$5,000. Nettles was Clarence Alex Sumner, 45, of (DWLS), according to Patrolman Tommy Allen Crumpton of
jury hour before county jail credit.) At the time he released on his own recognizance. Starke was arrested Feb. 22 for Spears. Bond was set' at $210. Hawthorne was arrested March 3 for
minutes over one was sentenced to serve the four mon- : disorderly intoxication according to violation of probation on a charge of i
reaching the verdict at 7:35: arrestedby p.m. ths he was also fined and placed on Patrolman K. R. Hinds. Sumner was Rufus Donley 40, of Melrose was no valid driver's license. Crumpton ?
Jerry Jarman was seven years probation. creating a disturbance at a local arrested Feb. 25 on a Marion County was arrested by Alachua County
and chargedwith
city police DUI. Oct.Hall 24 serving a Leverson was arrested December Starke Fire Dept. restaurant and refused to leave charge of failure to appear on a no authorities and returned to Bradford '.
the was
sentence after 4, 1984 for possession and sale of a because he was not able to drive valid driver's license (NVDL) ac- County.
three year probation the scene of controlled substance. He was one of Answer 42 Calls said Hinds. He was released after a cording to Lt. Glen Moore. Bondwasset Ellington Home
he pled guilty to leaving with the 23 arrested in the drug clean up During Two Months $100.75 cash bond was posted. at $2,000 he was held for Marion !
an accident Sept. 25, I'J84 personal in Bradford County. County. Distroyed by Fire

injuries. Leverson still has to face chargesof During the past two months the James Charles Lee of Starke also The home of Selma Ellington in 1
violation of probation in Bradford Starke Fire Department has known as James Marshall Lee was Olen S. Waldron of Hampton was Graham was totally distroyed by
County. responded to 42 fire calls. arrested March 3 for resisting arrest arrested March 1 for driving under fire February 28, Smoke was com- )
Two Found GuiltyIn In January a total of 24 calls were without Violence, resisting arrest the influence (DUI and DWLS, ac- ing from the 'eaves when the fire ,
Circuit CourtTwo Public Defender made by the department accordingto with violence and disorderly Intox- cording to Chief R. Simmons. Bond units arrived and the bedroom and '

Held in ComtemptAssistant Chief Dwayne Hardee. ication, according to Patrolman W. was set at $3,000 Waldron remainsin living room were on fire. '
trials last week in Brad- Two calls were to brush fires r
jury C. Reno. Lee was also charged with custody. There were no injuries resulting
ford County Circuit Court before Public Defender Dennis three to structure fires, two to auto resisting arrest with violence by fire according to
Judge John J Crews resulted in both Wells was found in civil contempt of accidents eight calls were rescue Patrolman Marc Devereaux. Bond Bobby Clay Peoples of Gainesvillewas from Paramedics the Scott, Taylor and Mike
defendants being found guilty. court last week in Bradford County. assists and three were false alarms. was set at 2600. He was released on arrested March 2 for DUI, according Sanders.
Judge John J Crews fined Wells Five were automobile fires and his own recognizance. to Trooper W. M. Abrams.
James Edwin McLean was found $100 and court costs for a total of$200 one call was a police assist. Peoples' blood alcohol content was Disaster ManagementCourse

guilty Feb. 24 of grand theft for his conduct in recent trials. Jackson Thomas Brooks, 29, of .21 percent. He was released after a Offered at BH
McLean was charged with taking Prior to his coming to Bradford In Feburary 18 calls were Starke was arrested Feb. 22 for $362.50 surety bond was posted.
potty cash from the Dollar General County Wells had twice been foundin answered. One was a brush fire two disorderly conduct according to A Disaster Managment course is
Store last fall where he was contempt of court in Orlando. He were structure fires, two were Patrolman John Hodges., Bond was Paul Allen Keirnan of Dimnellon scheduled for Saturday, March 15 in

employed.A was fined for both charges which automobile fires and one was a vehicle set at $100.75. Clay County chargesof was arrested March 1 for DWLS, according the library of Bradford Hospital.
presenlence investigation was were also for trial conduct. Both accident. grand theft and burglary are pen- to Patrolman Max Bridges. Credit will be given for completionof
ordered by Judge Crews. charges were appealed. One appealis Eleven calls were to assist Brad- ding against Brooks with bond set at Bond was set at $210, Keirnan was the course.
pending at this time and one ap- ford Rescue and one was a police $15,002. He has been released to Clay released on his own recognizance. For further information contact
Inmate Stanley !Maurice Floyd 25, peal was upheld by the higher court. assist said Hardee. Paramedic Dan Cuddington.
was found guilty Feb. 26 of possession -
of contraband-cannabis.?was
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Floyd's sentence was continued.


I Mundy Lake Home

Damaged by Fire HOMESBY

The Kingsley Lake home of Dr
Jean Mundy was damaged by fire
Sunday afternoon. The fire apparently I
started in the fireplacearea 1.-
of the lakefront of the frame

structure.Dr. .
Mundy had left the house for a 4
short time and found the fire being p
Lake VolunteerFire t
fought by Kingsley
Department upon her return. A
neighbor had called the department

at 1:30: p.m.Twentyfive. ygAHsHOUSING
percent of the home !

was distro.ved, the entire front si according to Chief Kenneth Mott I
There was extensive smoke damageto :
the entire house said Mott. i I
No estimated value of damagewas MODEL RD-32-26 II

available. 1664 sq. ft. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths I
Minimal damage was credited to
the fast and efficient response said -::- -::-:
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Also responding to the fire were

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Michael Keith Leverson 35 ol nNINf (
Starke was found guilty of possession ".0'""r
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Bradford-Union Couples Learn Childbirth Techniques

Becoming a parent is ,the most baby. Those sleepless nights can be -Douglas said, "It's an ex- .JI. '
challenging job that most people encounter exhausting." hiliarating feeling to be involved in ..:,::
in their lifetimes. It is an Each session a different topic is the program. Everyone is happy and I
event that,for the most part happily, presented to the group. After the has such a positive attitude' !: lI
brings some abrupt changes to the films are over and the lectures end "We develop an attachment to : ,;;
family. These days expectant couples bring out the floor mats andpillows each couple and wish them' the best "
couples in Bradford and Union Counties to practice exercises and possible start with their new -" '

are getting a good head start by breathing techniques to help make babies," said Myers.' --- '""' '';-- -.;..-:... .
attending parenting preparation the delivery as easy as possible. This is the second time the pro- -,,-_......
classes. "One of our goals is to help expec- gram has been offered to the com- rr-
A special 5-part series has been tant parents understand what they munity. Currently 15 couples are at- 1
developed by Diann Douglas, will be experiencing during the labor tending. -----_ _
Bradford-Union County Extension process. This helps minimize the Douglas and Myers hope to repeatthe '
Home Economist, to teach expectant fear and anxiety of anticipation classes several times during the (
parents about pregnancy, which ultimately reduces the pain; year I 'it. _
childbirth and the newborn. Douglas said Myers. I : ;\ : ,-
scheduled the help of Debbie Myers, The Bradford-Union Vocational- >, I,
County Health Nurse to help assist Technical Center has been very (, :'" / ,,
with the program. cooperative in providing facilities ACT Test OfferedAt .' :L1fi
"We like to refer to the course as and audio visual equipment for the SFCC Starke CenterAll ,,;,, ,' ; iP
parenting preparation," said course Now residents no longer ,'. ,
Douglas, "because we may not only have to drive the distance to students planning to enter San- '2 Iirlr!I;
address prenatal events but include neighboring couties for childbirth ta Fe Community College for the .!
information on coping with a new preparation, first time this spring or summer '; '.
must take the ACT assessment test
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for 4-12 Center on Monday, Mar. 17. The ,
Forming12:30 AM League Shifts results of the ACT are used to deter
mine placement in English and
Call. 964-8175, Ask for Janet Math classes. Students must complete

For More InformationClub an application to the college -......
before being eligible to take the test. t
25 Features \\.c // The ACT Test begins at 8:30: a.m. '"'
I and will take about three hours. For -1
Funky Country Band more information, call the Santa Fe
Fri. & Sat. 9 pm 1:30: am Starke Center, 964-5382. ': '"'.
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1612 N Temple %i 4-8175 there." Will Rogers

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Becoming a Parent Isn't Easy...

But a special 5-part series concerning pregnancy: Health Nurse Debbie Myers conducted the 5-part class
STEP INTO SPRING child birth and dealing with a newborn infant made it a recently.
Jlichord S little easier for 15 couples from Bradford and Union Here, one couple practices breathing techniques
IN STYLE Counties. which: will make childbirth a little bit easier for the
'B-U Home Economist Diann Douglas and Bradford mother to experience.

101 E. CALL ST.. STARKE -- -

Ladies Pumps Hospice Movement Creates

y $1597 & $1997 Positive Awareness to IllnessIn I

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the past, a terminally ill patientwas Even the medical profession had prolong life
isolated, largely ignored in con its problems facing this frightful Quite often, the approach of death
SEVERAL STYLES versation, and became an emotional adversary. Afterall, isn't the pur was perceived as a medical failure,
ache for family workers pose of medicine to preserve and an attacker that destroyed the air of
AND HEEL HEIGHTS TO \ calm and professionalism that per
________ vaded hospitals and the professIOn.
r, LAwn & GARDEN CENTER But today, especially in the
medical community, views about
White LORIDA 539 East Call Street the terminally ill are changing

Yellow Bone Richard's and SAVE PEST drastically, says Dr. Archie Brown,
Shop ) Open 9-6 Call 964-5745 a hematologist-oncology specialistat
Blue Grey _- ONTROI the Ochsner Clinic and a board

Black ,' ,'_ I'I'SA_ sc.r We Will Beat Any Locally member of Hospice-New Orleans.
(Not til stylus every color) Klits Advertised "Not only are we In the profession
0-- Price on Same
accepting dying as a normal pro-
Items Same WeekAzaleas cess, we have come to understandthat
we need to support people dur-
I I + \t t I 0l11OF f ing their" last stages of life, not to
give up, he explains
At Hospice-New Orleans, Dr
Brown is one of many health profes-
sionals, clergy and scores of
In Bud &
volunteers who focus on the

10 or physical, psychological, social,
spiritual and emotional needs of the
t'71 I. MoreOnly terminally ill patient The team also
I i t helps family members cope with
/ v4 i Km each depression, anxiety, and other pro
blems involved in caring for the terminally -
Reg. '3.49 1 Gal. Size ill. Hospice workers visit pa-
tients at home as well as when they
Less Than 10.2.39
"fi PAct ry' i"ct each are hospitalized

Favorite Colors Standard & Dwarf Varieties One of the biggest problems doc-
I tt i.arialle, N.C. tors faced in the past, says Dr.
''Ufl JUII tin' Brown, was at what point did they
accept the fact that the tumor could
not be made smaller or that a total

THIS WE"'c ONLY MORE NURSERY SPECIALS cure"Perhaps could it was not a matter be effective of not wan

ting to face the fact that you couldn'tdo
anything more," he says "But,
:.. Bedding today that focus has shifted to how
Dogwood can you make whatever time the pa-

Mon. 3nn.,1 v.arch 3-10 Plants Treesc tient possible has" left as pleasant as

!i :.; What led to this change in attitude
3MAllla.' _,.;] ? The hospice movement is
ftmmuimKf _" 088 one reason, states Dr. Brown "The
Yl arty American and Contemporary 79 fact that you can do so many positive
t 'Sr r Ir" .'. 2 Piece for things for people who are dying is
the main reason of this program It
":-r; Room SuiteSofaLoveseat has created worldwide aw 'reness."
: Living
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n. c "r. Education for students in medical
\ h',_ Pursley t- training is another major influence
.c he says. Although most programs of
$44900 I
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r', unsurpassed
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.: W Public attitude has also played a
132 r Tray Plants 4 199 ,) : : cir' significant role. "People expect information
i 50 sq. ft . per tray ""- ,iFertiLome r care and considerationfrom
I"'!' their physician, even during
Q $54900 those last stages of life," he says.
yf2 '. "We see these patients just like the
Root Stimulator ones we expect to be cured, and we
spend as much time with them, too,"
Sale Conducted by Triangle 'urrjtureDist. Sofa-Chair Reduces transplant shock promotes new feeder he concludes.

ii root growth contains a balanced nutritional plant But, isn't caring for the terminally
.' diet plus vitamin B-1 3Va Tbles makes 1 gallon. ill depressing work

Retainers & $44900 98 "The answer is no." Dr. Brown is

Wall Away Pint 298 Quart *t quick to answer. "We're dealing
very much with 'living'. The person
'. Recliners who is terminally ill is very much
HIde-A-Wa Beds alive We try to address the Qualifyof
life when the qualify is no longeran
$15900 ; Let FPC Fertilize Your Lawn This Spring issue. It's a question of hope. You
389 "
don't want to give up hope.
Grotone Pellets

.'% .1 V Super plant feed contains 1 150g'r tag

I. 1 primaries, vital secondaries Delivery &

Swivel and organics plus chelated Spreading PUBLIC HEALTHDo

Rockers Iron. Ideal for lawns, Free when
you need public health information
'. shrubs, flowers vegetables rttars You Buy ? Call Tel-Med at 9A4-4.'6
$14900 10.4.7 Formula GrotoneHERE or 378-0007 and ask to hear any of
these free health Information tapesby
Bag covers 10''9 9 number:
I 5000 sq. ft. Metro Area Only

THE PUBLIC MadeCaM 52 Lice
- 64 Rles dirty and dangerous
IN INVITEDON Mastercard & Visa f M : I B& BPrunning 162 Hepatitis
Welcome J I 163 Rabies

lI The Natural Soil Conditioner for : Any prunnlng cut larger 583 Tuberculosis
969 Mononucleosis Infectious
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Register for Free Recliner to be given away March 10th 3 p.m. I I FPC Ctupon good) 3..15 Limit 4 L i I pint 3" Bradford Hospital, Inc.r .

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0 V 't7 V Happy 74th BirthdayGirl

Homeowners or r..rI
Scouts USA

Automobile InsuranceLooking 0 I

for insurance on your car or home? Perhaps you wish to Gateway Council '
upgrade your present coverage. It makes sense to shop around .:;'.:
and find the best coverage for the best price. ,-"
0 For the past 74 years, Girl computers and traveling to different '}1';
and discover what they have to Scouting has states and countries. "
Call your local Farm Bureau office inspired girls to explore "
new ideas, learn new skills, Girl Scout Week,March 9-15.com- \.<.-
offer DAVID BEATTY and appreciate the cultural diversity memorates the founding of Girl
of people in their communities and Scouting. Girl Scout troops
AGENCY MANAGER Troops in Bradford Union will be during the week of March 9-15 as the world. throughout Northeast Florida will .,I.
Auto Home Farm, Life & Health observing Girl Scout Sunday,March they meet with their sister troops, Girl Scouting began with a dreamof sponsor events based on the theme
9,as they begin a week long celebration sponsors and/or plan special events. Juliette Gordon Low In 1912, her 'The Best Part's the Fun.. :i
dream came true and the first Girl 'The Best Part's the Fun'reminds :if
Scout troop was organized. At the us of the reason why so many young '
UNION COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY Not to forget cookies, scouts are time of Juliette Low, Girl Scout activities girls became Girl Scouts.Activities 'd\r d
scouts are reminded to
worship still delivering their original orders,
325 S.E. 6th Street 2270 N. Temple Avenue in the church of their choice in having booth sales and selling addi- centered around camping, and uniforms may change but the Iti
first aid and ideals and values which the
service on
Lake Builer, Fl 32054 Starke, Fl 32091 uniform if possible. Since many tional cookies to the cookies lovers of founded have remained -
organization was
Seventy-four later
((904)) 496-2171 ((904)) 964-6369 troops are sponsored by churchesthis BU. There are cookies a plenty so if Girl Scouts are still years camping today's, learn- the same for the past 74
is an appropriate time to show
want if failed to
you more or you .
ing first aid and giving service to years.And
appreciation order this year, please call your their community, but they're also in Girl Scouting...'fun' is still j
Girl Scouts will be visible
-, very favorite scout or leader. exploring careers learning about number one...

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3K-' FRESH DAILY :_ FRESH IS BEST__ -. .... --= FRESH IS BEST ( Complete Eye Exams in Our Office
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