Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04409
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04409
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Two Sections HISTORY.
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Forecasters won't predict just when It will rain, but I II \\\11.\ ,;: i I OF r Lproahing .r
cold front portends some wet weather and cooler SECTION BI u Pall.'I" \ '
temperatures sometime this weekend SFCC D.dk . . . . \ \_ \ ,
Today (Thursday, March 13) the forecast is for partly cloudy Ev.nM lor ChrU . . . 2B I 1 1
skies, a 30% chance of thundershowers, lows in the mid-609, highs Sport. . . . . . 2-SB I \ II \
in the 80s. Friday outlook is cloudy skies 40.5096 chance of Ar.a D.ath.. . . . . .*B ,.
thunderstorms, lows in 60s, highs in 80s. Outlook Saturday and SunCladfl.d.. . . . . 7B .: r.{
day is for warm but cooling temperatures, a chance of showers and BurBlori. Solv.d. . . . 10B .'
thunderstorms, with lows In the 50s and highs in the 70s Sunday.N.w.. Bri.lB. . . . . 11B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Rainfall since Feb. 1 is over 6 inches. Feb.-March rainfall usually Girl Scout W..k. . . .lit
measures 8 inches. Crim N.w.. . . . .13-148 107th Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy ,
34th Issue Thursday March 13. 1986 USPS 062-700

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Commission Meets Tonight to Work On Garbage Problems .""

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A special meeting of the Bradford March 3 meeting. Environmental Regulation, the new landfill will county must level the dumping site, called Darabi to have the present 10
County Commission is set at 7:30: consulting engineer Frank Darabi have to be lined with a foot of clay, and plant grass or trees on it. landfill repermitted by DER, only to
p.m. tonight (Thursday March 13)) suggested that commissioners begin drainage pipes (such as in a septic "You will never know until you be told the above Information.
to discuss the garbage disposal problem looking immediately for a new site. tank line) must be installed, and drill your wells if you have a problem "I don't want to scare you, but it is
Reading Connections... and how to pay for the state required The county can push the capacityof another foot of clay must be put on ," Darabi said, although the very expensive the way the state is ;
Two federal grants totaling upgrading. the landfill and get another year, top of the drain pipes. Only then can site is one of the best possible in the going. There is no choice," said k
$11,772 have been received by the CommIssioners are expected to but Darabi warned it would be prohibitively garbage be buried. county. arabi, a private consulting
Bradford County Library. discuss a proposed household chargeto expensive under state In addition the county must bring Darabi also said it will be at least engineer from Gainesville who yp
A $5,000 grant will be used to buy finance the garbage disposal pro- regulations to protect ground water the existing landfill up to standard, five or six years before any regional formerly worked for DER. -;
Adult Basic Education Materials, gram. from hazardous wastes which have which means installing shallow effort, such as an incinerator,will be DER environmental specialist 'j
print and A-V, and to build library The landfill site on SR-100 near created problems at many landfillsin ground water wells to test for the available.The Whitney Green, the landfill inspector t
shelves.A Heights has just a year the state. next 20 years to make certain the county got all this informationfrom suggested the county may be
$6,772 grant will automate the before it will be filled up, county Under new rules enforced by the deteriorating refuse does not con- engineer Darabi who spent a
interlibrary loan system, and give commissioners were told at their Department of Environmentaltract taminate the ground water. Plus, the morning at the landfill. The county (See Garbage..p.9A) (

Bradford residents local, direct
electronic access to over 3 million fr L Jfl 4
titles in libraries throughout the i Concert Band

state, and will connect the local _
library via computer with all the

major university and public : Wins
libraries. u Highest

Pix with Bunny... I. : P

Wanta get your picture made .. .r 1 District RatingThe
with the Easter Bunny? tw
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and the "Spirit of Bradford" High
McDonald's of Starke will be taking T -L---1: School Concert Band gave a straight I
pictures of kids with the Easter superior performance, highest I
Bunny and your favorite rating possible, at the Florida Bandmasters
McDonald's characters Saturday, n Association District III Sr.
March 22, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. High School Concert Festival at
at McDonald's of Starke. The priceis k Gainesville High School March 8.
$3.50 with proceeds going to the -r M "Spirit of Bradford," performing .
Ronald McDonald House in in the 10th slot the first of the day, as
Gainesville. well as the only band in its class to
net a trophy as a result of its straight
superior ratings. The superior
Golf for Chris... 4d rating' gives the Concert Band a
: 2 chance to compete in the state finals
A Chris Campbell Benefit Golf May 5-7 in Fort Walton Beach. 1
,. Tournament is set March 22.23 at .k Director Buddy Ball was happy
,\' the Starke Golf and Country Club. 4 with the news, and he and the band
Entry deadline is March 19. En- Wr.K had put in a lot of effort to make
try fee is $30, of which Chris Camp- state finals, according to Ms. Helen
> bell will receive a third. Entrants : \ Burch. Tuesday evening, at the

must have a certified handicap, regular Band!;! Booster meeting,
says Tournament Chairman 0 6. 1 4 Director Ball and the students were
Richard Gaines. surprised with a birthday party for
Full handicaps will be used to Top Spellers... Mr Ball and a celebration party in

determine net scores. The entry fee These are the finalists at the Bradford County Spelling Bee. On the front row from left to right: Kim Gross, Sonya Thompson, Robin honor of the Concert Band's achieve-
;. includes two steak dinners for 7 From left to right on the back row: Eric Mason, James Smith, Scott Register, Donald Kilgore, Joey Hall and David Roberts. ment at the March 8 festival.
p.m. Saturday, March 19. and all Duncan, Allison Archey, Jennifer Crawford and Tonya Eckman. Members of the Concert Band are: .
greens fees for nonmembers.DW I Brass: Paul Bawek, Charles
Casner, Dale Cassels, Kevin Gogdill,
;.;(.. Bound... Paul Coleman, Stephen Easom
Eighth graders from Bradford Crawford Archey Doug Fertig Kim Gowens, Jay
Middle School are selling raffle L : i Hayes, Bill Hamilton, Billy Har- \
tickets to raise money for a class lR alt ': rison, Karen Hodges, Lynn Holtzen-
trip to Disney World. dorf, Larry Nazworth, Donna
Tickets will be sold until March Parado, Jimmy Quiette, Shaun
27 for $1 each. The drawing is set Are Top SpellersBy Schmidt, Bianca Simpson, Billy
r April 1. Many businesses have and +i.t xarr. Starling, Tim Weir.
,' individuals have contributed prizes. Percussion: Kevin Blankenship,
-, Any help for the student trip will Mark Fricdlin BCT Staff Writer Lottie Cole, Charlotte Terry, Shan-
.. .I be appreciated. Jennifer Crawford spelled "s-e-n-i-1-e" and "y-a-r-d-m-a-s-t-e-r" slowly non Tucker, Charmin Wilkerson.
and carefully Wednesday morning, March 12, to become overall cham- A Woodwind: Carol Baker, Leanna
Barfield Karen Black Robert
a for Bradford County for 1986. ,
Flower Arranging... Browder Kim Burch
Boone ,
1 Jennifer, a seventh grade student at Lawtey Elementary, battled it out
4; Instruction in beginning flower for nine rounds with Allison Archey of Bradford Middle School as the Pam Carter, Coretha Daniels, Aaron
: arranging is just under way at the words kept getting tougher and tougher and after 10 other contestants had Davis, Angela Davis, Kern Fillyaw,
Eddie Hall Kenneth
Carle Foster
''f Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center in dropped out. ,
Starke. The 12 original contestants represented the best spellers in the county r Heiken, Renee Hewett, Angela
.; Sign-up cost of $12. The class and were picked to represent their schools in preliminary spelling bees Joiner, Donna Langley, Kim Lee,
meets 7-10 p.m. each Tuesday. held in previous weeks.In Sherry Mattox, Zellouise Mon-
'. There is still room and time to those preliminary "school championships," two spellers were $ LI Owens tgomery,Chanda Karen Padgett Morgan,, Keneth Kristin
enroll. chosen from each school, a champion and an alternate to represent their j
Melinda Powell, David
schools in the county-wide bee. Pfenniger,
:a' Brantley to Speak... Ironically, both Jennifer and Allison were chosen as alternates in the Rogers, Noy Srivbul, Kevin Starling,
Allison Jennifer CrawfordBC Sheila Stewart Craig Williams,
Archey ,
then beat out 10 other and alternatesto
State Senate prelininary competition, champions
candidate Lew Wilson.
BC Suzy
take the title. Runner-Up Speller Spelling Champion.Scott
will be
Brantley the
at the March guest speaker Jennifer and Allison will now advance to the Regional Spelling Bee set Clan A...

of 22 covered dish sup- April 12 in Jacksonville.The Columbia' .............................................l.c.llenClo .
per the Kingsley Lake Property Duncan, champion of Bradford Middle School, spelled "above,
advanced with all the
Owners Association.The first round quickly spellers getting opening "fear," "rubber," "doctor" and "advancement" correctly before missing .. AA...

dinner is set at 6:30: p.m. at round words with ease. an odd one the word "callee." OrongeP. I.|............................. Slrolght Superior
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center. Four spellers finally went out during the fourth round. James Smith, runnerup from Southside Elementary, spelled "pack',"
Tonya Eckman, the alternate for Brooker Elementary, spelled "same" "alarm and"ninth" before the word Clou B...
"pick, "army correctly missing
and "cattle" correctly before missing the word "ring' Bradford .......... ........... ............Straight Superior
David Roberts the alternate for Hampton Elementary spelled "mail" "scraper. Orang Pork 2nd... ................................Superior. ,
' ,; Upcoming... ", There were two spellers left. Baker..................................................I.c.ll.nlEaiuldo
x The Bradford County Commis- and "extra" correctly before missing the word "storm. Allison Archey, alternate from Bradford Middle School, spelled .............. ................................E.cellenl

sion has set a 7:30: p.m. work session Kim Gross, the champion from Southside Elementary, spelled the "bone," "jelly," "tank," "costume" and "rogue" to get into the final Clan BB._. .

for Thursday, March 13, in the words "state" and "during" correctly before missing the word "scare." round. 'jHS::.:::7.."..:.............................Straight Superior
in the Sonya Thompson, the champion from Starke Elementary, spelled the Jennifer Crawford, alternate from Lawtey Elementary, spelled Buchholti lit..... .. ......................5"0.ghUu."o. ,
commission meeting room .. ..................
"draw, "matter, "trail, "chimmney" and "window" correctly to advance Mlddl.burg......... .. Straight Superior'
courthouse to discuss the problemof words "cliff" and "leave" correctly before missing the word'world. to the final round.In Paloiko....................................Straight' Superior
garbage disposal and now to One speller dropped out in the fifth round as the words increased in dif-
finance needed ficulty. the first final round, Allison missed the word "linden," but so did Clou C...

under tough improvements new state regulations.The Robin Register, the alternate from Starke Elementary, spelled the Jennifer. UCHS................. .....................Straight Suporlar'
... ............
P K. Vonge...... .. ..... Stro.ght SuperiorCMS
Bradford School Board is words "lady, "nation" and "sorry" correctly before missing "engine. Allison then missed "senile then Jennifer "senile" and 2nd Band..... ..................... Straight Superior'
scheduled to meet Monday, March Three spellers went out in the sixth round as the words became harder, spelled "yardmaster" Buchholu Ind..... ... ..............................Superior,
17 at 7pm7 in regular session. and at the same time more unusual to the students in their daily usage. to claim the county spelling bee Championship.The Chlofland' ........... ......................... ...... En "fairm" winner of the Regional contest in Jacksonville will advance to the Trenton............. ................................f.celler.1
The School Board is set to meet Eric Mason, champion from Brooker Elementary, spelled National Spelling Bee Competition in Washington D.C. May 26. Santo Fe ..............................................!.<. errtOrange
at "leaf "shirt" and "chain" correctly before missing the word "terse. ............ .
- at Southside Elementary 7 p.m. Pronouncer for the bee Thomas media Pork 3rd. ... ....... ...... I ellent
Tuesday March 18, for a work session Joey Hall, the champion from Brooker Elementary, spelled "grin," countywide was Gladys ....... : .">*
y on that school's budget and to "hammer," "ribbon" and "dance" correctly before missing the word specialist from Bradford High School, Judges for the event included Bell Hawthorne............ ....:::.: :.:::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::: : Good
School Board Member Dr. Len Schlofman, School Psychologist Stacy
hear the needs of the school. The "causeable. Heck and Bradford County Librarian Arnold Weeks. Clan CC...
t' school board set to meet March 24 Donald Kilgore, champion from Lawtey Elementary, spelled "nail," Coordinators for the event included Susan Scott from Brooker, Keyttono Height., ....... ............ .............SuperiorCreicenl
1 at Starke Elementary, and March "number," "until" and "arrive" correctly before missing the word City' .... .. .. I.cellenl

r 31 at Bradford Middle School. "manse." from Claudette Southside Frees,from Barbara Hampton Reddish, Dot Moore from Starke from Lawtey Elementary, Sandra and Duncan Lew day Nowberry High.. .::: .. ..: : :.:::::L::.:..;:..:::.:l E.., will round and
Commission seventh two droppedout.
The Starke City The was even tougher more spellers Welge from Bradford Middle School. . .. .. ....Gooa
meet in regular session at 7:30: p.m. .
Tuesday, March 18.
.A special meeting of the Hampton -

March septic City 18 system Council, to consider and is set rest installation Tuesday rooms,at ofa Hot Rodders Worrying Brooker Citizens Council"poor I

the city park.
The School Board will meet at 7 "Those people have to be stopped for rotating hours, thereby man Carl Edwards stated that his September 30, 1985. The audit was fire fighting", who don't take
p.m. Monday, March 24, at Starke before someone is hurt," Horace eliminating regular trips into the term had expired, and called for the generally favorable; with the usual into consideration that the depart-
Elementary in yet another of its Wilkerson addressed the Brooker area. Pierce pointed out that the election of a new chairman. Coun- disclaimer included. Douglas stated ment is manned by volunteers. The
conferences. cilwoman Sue Davis nominated. that property records were not complete people who complain are con.splcious -
school-site pre-budget Council in reference to "racing and position of town marshal is elective,
cutting doughnuts" on the vacant lot according to the charter, but Clerk C.J.Stalnaker to the position, and he at the time of the audit, but by their absence in supporting
adjacent to his home near the First Linda Robinson reported that the was elected unanimously. Stalnaker Clerk Robinson said the records the fire department, accordingto
SFCC Center Baptist Church. council has the authority to appointa accepted the chairmanship, and have been brought up to date, and Chairman Stalnaker.
marshal on a temporary oasis. called for the election of a vice- are now current. Douglas com
Dedication Set Chairman Stalnaker thanked chairman. Davis nominated Roy plimented the council on its "liquid" Chief Stalnaker requested the
Chairman: C.J. Stalnaker said the Carroll and condition with approximately purchase of five pagers and four
For Saturday Horace and Carol Wilkerson and for the position, again ,
complaint had been voiced several George and Janice Pierce for bring- the vote was unanimous.The S60,000 cash on hand. The Fund chargers. He estimated the cost to
Dedication ceremonies for the times before, but that a solution to the of Balance decreased $7,977 during the be $238 each. Adams made a motionto
ing problem to the attention
Santa Fe Community College the problem had escaped the Coun the council. chairman called for the year.Councilman. purchase the items as requested.The .
Starke Center will be held at 2 cil. Both council members and reading of the minutes of the last Edwards reported on motion was seconded by Davis
p.m. Saturday March 15, at the visitors joined in a discussion of obtaining regularly scheduled meeting. Clerk the condition of the dump. There was and carried.
old Bradford County Courthouseon law enforcement for the Robinson read the minutes for the no discussion.
West Call Street.Commissioner town. Carol Wilkerson, an employeeof New Councilmen... meeting of February II, and the Carroll requested the Chairmanto
of Education the Alachua Sheriff's Depart Roy Carroll and A.B. Howard took special called meeting of February appoint a committee to in-
Ralph Turlington and Commissioner ment, suggested that the Town of the oath of office, administered by 18. The minutes were adopted as New Business... vestigate law enforcement options.
of Agriculture Doyle Con- Brooker contract with the Bradford Mayor Blake Hamilton, and were read without deletions or additions. Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker Stalnaker appointed himself and
ner will be the dedication County Sheriff for coverage. seated. They were the successful reported that the tanker is back in Carroll to the committee.
speakers.The Stalnaker replied that this had been candidates in the recent election to Audit Report... service, and extended his appreciation The council examined two in-
public is invited to attend tried, but that the people always the council. Eddie Douglas, CPA, representingthe to John Lefever and other voices submitted by Harrison
the dedication and open house knew the hours the Deputy would be auditing firm of Davis, Monk, volunteer firemen for their work on Uniform Co. for uniforms purchasedby
tour of the center following the there, and refrained from the Farnsworth and Company, the unit. Tony also expressed his former marshal Williams. The

ceremony.See mischief during that time. Stalnaker is Chairman... presented an audit of the town's frustration with those people in the Hot Rodders..p.9A)
( story on page IB.) George Pierce, a Brooker resi- Following the ceremony Chair- records for the fiscal year ending community who complain about (See
dent, suggested that the town con-


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH March 13, 1986

Retired Lnwtey Clerk ,,

Gets Nothing But Plaudits on AuditFormer a ay SYY''. ,:

\ Law ley Clerk Lucille penses, said CPA Greg. The CPA was present for the audit report I .
Shuford received plaudits from CPA pointed out $4,543 more was spent Mrs. Shuford wanted to see the 84-85
Joann Greg and the city commis- than budgeted, but that income was budget year finalized and confirmedby 4j
sioners for a good audit report for $11.000. more than budgeted so thebudget the audit report.In ;:y,, .j ..ra4/4/
fiscal 198485. came out in the black.
Cash reserves increased by$40,000 Mrs. Shuford said the city boughta
because of investment prac- new police car and had repairs to
tices by Mrs Shuford, said CPA the water system which were not other action, the Council: Y t!

Greg from the office of Davis, Monk budgeted.CPA .
& Farnsworth, who called it "...real- Gregg pointed out the unex- Approved on first reading a proposed
if ly a marvelous increase for this pected expenses were paid without animal control and sanitation. ,
year." touching Lawtey's "nest egg." ordinance. nvttit
The lack of budget amendmentsfor "I think it's great. Mrs. Shuford
unexpected expenses was the only did a fine job," said CommissionerLaura Agreed for the city hall to be used
for Warner Football Association
criticism of fiscal 84-85
L pointed slight out by CPA Greg. It is not Mrs Shuford, who says she's going meetings, at the request of Ray Dur-
after ban, on the second Wednesday of
good auditing practice to have expenditures to travel some retiring
-, ki in excess of budgeted' ex- from the clerk's post after 12 years, each month.

Tornado Talk

By Michelle Hall March 14. Dues are $16 without a Miss BHS. Each club will nominateone
will or $20 with a glass. senior boy and girl that they feel
Dues collected before school, has best represented the school. t
Car Wash.! .. during both lunches, and after Winners will be announced on March
A car wash is set this Saturday school In front of Mrs. Redding's 21 at a dance in honor of them. r
March 15,at the Torode Shell Station counter in the attendance area.

3RI" "h by the Key Club of BHS. __ n___ ,_____ ...
The cost will be $2 for cars and $3 Class Officers... Those seniors who have not

for trucks. If you want your car Elections will be held on Tuesday, ordered their cap and gown Property Owner Freeman Register Pays Up...
sparkling as you cruise down the March 18,with run-offs being held on for graduation need to see
beach, just come by 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.You'll Thursday, March 20. Mrs. Redding or Mr. Reddishas DPC Chairman Jerome Johns, right, receives a $1,900 check from
be glad you did. THIS IS Freeman Register, owner of the Pace & Richard building and McMillan
soon as possible.
Mr. and Miss BUS... Surveying building on East Call Street, for the Downtown Starke
Erika Gruen Juniors... A March 18 election is set by the FOR GRADUATION CAP rehabilitation project.
Prom dues are due tomorrow, Student Council to vote on Mr. and AND GOWN ONLY. The Register donation brings the total fund for the revitalization project
Miss KI. Homecoming Hunner-Cp to 122,000.

Erika Gruen is 1st Runner-Up


In Homecoming Pageant

Erika .en of Starke was first
runner-up in the America Bradford LodgeNo.
Homecoming Queen Beauty

:March Pageant 8-9 in Orlando the weekend of 35 234 N. Temple Avenue Starke, Florida 32091

Miss Gruen, daughter of Dr. and
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Mrs Harry Gruen of Starke, is 1985 ((904))
homecoming queen of Bradford
High School. After becoming BHS Meets Every 5
homecoming in a vote of the BHS
Second & Fourth
student body, Miss Gruen received |
,In invitation in the mail to participate Monday
in the America Homecoming -
Queen Beauty Pageant Queen 7:30 p.m.
Erika returned the application and a
photo, and was among the 10 percentof
the entries invited to be finalists in .NN I-ne.
d i March 8-9 beauty pageant in STARKECHURCH BC71fN
In Orlando, the 60 contestants OF GOD '
u ere judge 50 percent on judges' interviews 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 I
and 50 percent in an even- Walter F. Montz, Pastor
ing gown runway presentation. The We invite you to worship with us. Id
with luncheons
girls were honored ,
breakfasts, and a banquet at the Attended Nursery
Irlando competition. Sunday School 10 am
. .11
As first if for any Morning Worship
reason the Miss Florida Homecoming Evening Service . . *pm
Queen cannot fulfill her duties, Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm
Miss Gruen will represent Florida in
the national competition in
Honolulu, Hawaii.


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HE Says Walkways- Top... Building: PriorityA -

walkway from the main buildingto March 18, at Southslde Elementary. walkway between the main building schools have sought solutions to the
the cafeteria is the number one A $75,000 figure was used to and the gym is inadequate for the 870 dome problem for several years.
priority of building needs at Hampton replace and build walkways neededat students, Supt. Duncan says.
Elementary, the School Board all schools in planning the current Supt. Duncan pointed out at HE Three cafeteria tables $245.
was told Monday night, March 10. budget year. The Starke Elemen that a base of $2,000 plus $2.50 per Seating is insufficient {in the
It's been a wet winter, and tary project, done first because of student is given to each school each cafeteria for the main lunch period,
students have gotten very wet going feared safety hazards, cost an year for capital outlay needs. said Mrs.Kyle,who wants to replacethe
to the cafeteria, Principal Mary Ann estimated $44,000 even with school When the dollars go out,the school current three kindergartentables
Kyle told school board members board employees doing the work in board doesn't see them any more with larger ones.
Rodney Hall, J.T. Parrish, Len an overtime situation. There was a and doesn't know what actually gets
Schlofman,and Judy Becker. Cost is $29,000 materials bill, a $6,000 re- done at the schools, pointed out -SO folding cafeteria chairs,$1,000.A .
estimated at $8,000 to $10,000. roofing bill, and extensive rewiring Board Member Len Schlofman.
Board Chairman J.T. Parrish in taking air-conditioners off the Supt. Duncan said that informationcan new stove for the cafeteria,
pointed to the walkways recently walkway roof and placing them on be found. $1,400. HE aide Debbie Broome call-
built at Starke Elementary with the the ground.It ed the stove a safety hazard. Supt.
Chapman Gets Special Thanks... school board labor and at a con- was feared ,the heavy air- Other HE Needs... Duncan said the 18-year-old stove
siderable saving In cost. Parrish conditioning units would fall throughthe Principal Kyle gave the board a had been repaired with the best of
Supervisor of Emergency Services Cliff Chapman receives the new certificate said he hopes the board can build rotting SE walkways roofs. list of 15 needs totaling an estimated the part from the stove removed
entitled Special Service Award from Bradford Union walkways at HE and Brooker Next walkway project will have to $22,745, including $10,000 for the from the middle school.Duncan said
Neighborhood Girl Scouts. Elementary the same way be at Bradford High because, again walkway. he doesn't think the stove is a safety
Chapman has lead Seniors Cadetles and leaders In the course Walkways were a top prority at BE, because of unsafe conditions, says Other HE needs cited areA : hazard.
Emergency Preparedness as well as CPU and Basic First Aid, all Involving too. Supt. Jim Duncan. There is no
many hours. Chapman and/or his staff have also attended many The school board met this week at walkway at BHS between the main copy machine, 1800. Mrs. .SO student chairs, $1,000.
Daisy, Brownie or Junior Scout meetings to Instruct them In First Aid. Hampton Elementary in the second classrooms area and the cafeteria.The Kyle pointed out HE is the only
Girl Scout Week seems an appropriate time for Neighborhood Chair. of a series of meetings to find out the roof of the walkway between the school in the district without a copy -28 library chairs, $600.
man Joyce Sutton and Delegate Chairman Carolyn. Eaves to present budget priorities of individual cafeteria and gym and the extensionto machine.A .
Chapman with this much deserved award. schools. Information gained will be the football stadium is rotting. .4 library tables, $300.
used in planning the 1986-87 budget. Parts of the roofs are missing. Thermo-Fax machine, $500.
The board meets in its regular mon After BHS is completed, the board .2 record players, $300.
"Duty is what I must" do..not what thly session at 7 p.m. Monday will have to look county-wide at the Replacement of moveable walls
the people think. March 17. Next individual schoolmeeting walkway needs. There are no between the two classrooms whichare .2 filmstrip projectors, $400.
Ralph Waldo Emerson is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, walkway needs at Lawtey Elemen- in the former cafeteria area,
tary at present. Short walkways are $4,000. Current classroom teachers -10 heavy duty door mats, $400.
needed between portables want permanent walls to cut downon
classrooms and the present noise. Iron security gates, $500. Mrs.
STARKE SAFETY SERVICE walkways at both SE and Southside Kyle says the school wants to
Elementary Schools, plus the Install insulation and a ceiling in decorate the small pond in the en-
Brooker and Hampton needs. And, the library dome and install two ceiling trance way, but that a way to secure
104 W. Brownlee Road Starke there is a need at the Middle School fans $300. Sun coming throughthe the area Is needed for that.BE asked
FREE ESTIMATES for a walkway from the classroomarea skylight in the dome, as at BE, for the same gates.
964-6987 to the cafeteria; the one makes the library too warm. Both

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IIIB..KESHI) Hampton Proclaims Realtor Week .

Includes labor, pads, inspection of drum or rotors, 3 9 9 5 ,, '" As part of the 1986 nationwide quests for improvement to other Agreed to let Mary Blocker extend -
American Home Week celebration, roads. the payment of her January
bleen and front
or rear. the city council proclaimed April water bill over 9 months. Blocker,
13.19 as American Home Week in Received a report that the fire who normally uses less than 4,000
Oil & Oil Filter Hampton.The truck was in better running condition gallons, received a January bill for
Additional parts extra cars & pickups Onlywwuunwib'w council listened to a presentation and that the department had over 121,000 gallons, at a charge of
Change .... _.. concerning the celebration by answered two calls in February. over $85. After an inspection reporton
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Installation of AC spark plugs, Inspection of Hardenbrook expressed his ap- establishment of a city police aux month rather than the entire bill.

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I Forking Space Was Call Street Problem

...' Even in Horse and Buggy Days of 93Believe

it or not, parking was a problemin ground into a pulp, the bone being visible had and prices are fair, and there was
downtown Starke 93 years ago when For half its length One arm was also cut off never a better prospect before for the
automobiles were still a daydream in the clean, and there were numerous bruisesall berry growers.
head of Henry Ford. Hitching facilities for over his body.Strange to say, the silver The merchants of Savannah will run a
the horse-and-buggy trade were the big watch in his pocket was not damaged in series of cheap excursions from Florida to
problem in those days, as described in the the least and was running at the time the that city during the winter, the first of
following item from the December 1, 1893 poor fellow expired. which will be run on December 5. The fare
issue of The TelegraphSOMETHING : from Gainesville will be $3, and we
presume about the same from this place.
NEEDEDA These excursions will afford merchants a

Plea for Our Country FriendsThe good opportunity to go to market, and
royal entertainment is assured them whilein
mercantile establishments of Starke I the "Forest City"TEMPLE'S.
:. .n depend largely on the people of the surrounding -
:' country for trade, and it seems TALKIn
":,:":;' ,........:.:........""., -," only fair that the merchants should provide
every convenience possible for those 1893 Temple's Mill was a settlementthat
Off Street Parking B.A. ( Before Autos) who come here to trade. grew up around a large lumber mill,
For several months past, the writer has owned by Simon J. Temple, one of the
In 1893 The Telegraph was pleading with 'all Street merchants to get together and provide noticed the inconvenience experienced by lumbermen in this area. One of the
a fencecl-in lot for "our country frlt'nds"ho had trouble finding a place to hitch up people coming into town with teams, caused largest mills in Florida, it employed 150
their horse and buggies on busy Saturdays. This is the scene on S. Thompson St., looking by the absence of suitable hitching men and was located on the railroad just
north from K. :Madison (now Highway 100)). racks. These people are compelled to hang north of Starke near the present site of the

Two-story brick building at right housed Starke's first bank, now occupied by M.G. their horses up to trees and fences, and if Young Smith was engaged as fireman on Farmers Market and fairgrounds.It .
:McMillan: survey office. Tower In ct'nlt'ras t'luippedith a large bell to ring for fire they happen to bring along a bundle of fod- train No. 1. He had gotten off his engine onto was important enough to be shown on
alarms. Two-story building at left housed a livery stable and later became the site of der for the horses, fifteen minutes do not the platform at Baldwin to look at the early maps and was also a stop on the
Stump's Department Store for many ;)ears.ebiTOniAls. elapse before a brown-eyed cow has encompassed another; engine which was standing near. Florida Railroad (predecessor of the
it and is trying hard to "down"the He attempted to get back on his engine, Seaboard). It also had a news spot in The
buggy cushion. which was moving at the rate of five milesan Telegraph, The Temple's Mill Talk of
These are discouraging hour when he slipped and fell between it December 1893 carried the following com
occurrences very and the rolling under the wheels.He .
platform, ment:
to our friends from the country and we
are sure that they would appreciate better had no time to extricate himself, the "Wouldn't it be a great scheme if someone
driver him.
accommodations.If big being right over would convert the old mill into a

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could be enclosed and a shelter with hit : as
ching racks erected at a very small expense 1893 NEWS FLASHESThe vegetables here that could.be" canned,
which otherwise are wasted.

John Young Tells It Like It Is These to each small one.matters go a long way Starke Telegraph had the only in 1893 lady was meat-cutter boasting that in Other items from Temple's Mill Talk In-

toward inducing people to come here to do Florida, Mrs. E. Bailey,who is "adept and cluded these newsby bits:
their trading, and we hope to be able by understands the arts of meat-cutting '. She Mr. T.M. Williams, who has been for
next week to announce) that a union hit frequently takes Mr. Bailey's place in the
some time in Hornersville, N.Y., has
Chief NASA astronaut John Young holds the American record for space ching rack is an assured improvement. City Market when it is necessary for him to returned to his home at Temple's Mill. lie
flightssix, including his job as commander of the first shuttle mission. be absent." will embark in the strawberry business.
He is presently Chief of NASA's astronaut at the Johnson
office Space
Other items from the 1893 :
paper The F.C.& P. railroad is building a wire
News reporters In 1893 apparently
Center In Houston. He Is an astronaut not a diplomat or a bureaucrat, or
for gory details in their accident stories, The unity with which the ministers of fence on each side of the track here to shut
a master of managerial doubletalk. But he tells It like it IsIn plain, unvarnished just as much as they do today: this city work for the cause of the church is out cattle. The killing of stock has been so
language that can be understood by everyone from the poor HORRIBLY MANGLED certainly very pleasing. The union serviceat frequent lately that this is absolutely
house to the White House. This week he wrote a memobrief by the Baptist Church Sunday night was necessary. There will be an opening for
Washington diplomatic standardsbut the message was loud and clear: Fireman Smith Meets His Death the most spirited gathering that has been crossing, however, which will be protectedby
held this for several months. cattle guards.
Under an EngineM.C. in city
Flight Safety First... Launch Schedule Second.
Mr. H.S. Grimes, our champion cyclist,
Smith fell under the wheels of 'Messrs. J.S. Griner and R.E. Foxworthof made an extended trip to Kingsley Lake
More damaging to the space shuttle how much pressure was applied to engine No. 1 of the F.C.& P. (Florida Central Brooklyn, are going heavily into last Sunday in company with Mr. W.H.
Challenger program than all' the launch Challenger, who brought the & Peninsula) railway at Baldwin at 8 strawberry culture again this season. Hoffman of Starke on their bicycles. He

testimony about sealants, O-rings, and pressure, and who yielded to it. o'clock Monday morning and was horribly claims that they made the homeward trip
mangled, and only lived ten minutes.He he has ten different
the of 'T.A. Knight says in forty minutes. Remember, he said so,
conflicting statements engineersand No investigation will be complete rose up three limes and attempted to styles of spring roller window shades from but you know we couldn't vouch for it as
management is the 12-page without fixing those responsibilities. walk, but fell back every time. He was car- which to select. Price 50 cents to $1.00. there seems to be a profusion of elasticityin
"memo" written by astronaut John ried to the platform and expired without the statement.

Young, concluding that "there are some uttering a word. This is indeed a favored section of (Editor's note: It should also be
very lucky people around here." :Money and Lives In the accident, the scalp of the young God's great garden. The cotton crop was remembered that there were no hard
Go Up in Smoke man was partially torn off and the side of never larger and brought good prices, the roadsonly sand trails to Kingsley Lake at

The "lucky people", according to Here's a grassroots opinion from a his face and head crushed In. One leg was orange' crop is the largest we have everAgent'S that time.)
Young, are crew members of the citizen of Hawthorne that must ex-

previous 24 shuttle flights who are still press the feelings of millions of
alive in spite of safety shortcuts taken Americans as well or better than County NotebOOk --+ Garden Fertilization I

by NASA officials in recent years in an they could it themselves. It -
say appeared By Bobby L. Taylor
effort to maintain an ambitious and Tuesday, March II, In the We all have to eat and most of us enjoy acid, and eight pounds of potassium compound I You should divide the amount of fertilizer
demanding launch schedule. letters column of the GainesvilleSun eating vegetables. But, to produce abun- called Potash. called for into two -
: dantly, vegetable crops have to eat too. The type and amount of fertilizer you About half should be.broadcast applications
And, we have to feed them fertilizer, that need will depend largely on the kind of soil over the
commander of the first shuttle
Young, I would like to express my views on the is. However, fertilizers can be confusing. in your garden Your objective is to add on- entire garden a week or two before plan-
mission, and now chief of NASA'sastronaut space shuttle program and the nation's What do the numbers on the tag mean? ly those nutrients that you soil doesn't ting. The rest should be applied In shallow
office at the Johnson Space Americans must kind should ? amounts. You furrows on both sides of the seed rows at
economy. not forget that How much of what we use already contain in adequate
Center in Houston, cast doubt on the there is a time to play and a time to work. We And, when and how should the fertilizer be should remember that too much fertilizercan planting time. This procedure is called
long held general perception that NASA just witnessed one and a half billion dollars, applied I'll try to answer these questionsin be as bad as too little. Of course, if you banding. The furrows should be about six
inches and
along with seven human lives in smokeat will be apart only two or three inches
week's column.
go up this apply too little, your garden unproductive
officials put safety ahead of everythingelse a time when our national debt is soaring out Our sandy soils are notoriously infertile. But, if you add too much, deep. Spread the fertilizer evenly in the
in the space program. "There is on- of control. We are reminded daily of the And, this is a major problem for commercial you'll waste money and you may even injure furrows, and then fill them with soil.
ly one driving reason that such a poten- mistakes made by NASA executives in a farmers and backyard gardeners your crops.In The amount of fertilizer you place in
tially dangerous system would ever be hurry to get the big bird off the ground, even alike. You can improve the fertility of your general, 6-8-8 or 10-10-10 analysis fertilizer each furrow will vary according to the
at the risk of killing those wonderful personson garden soil with animal manures and is best for sandy soils. For muck and distance between seed rows. With narrow
allowed to fly, and that reason, Young" board. Mistakes of this kind can't be other kinds of organic matter. But, in most peat soils, which are already high in rows, you'll have more furrows In a given
said, is "launch schedule pressure. tolerated by any group so professionally situations, you also need to add a commer- nitrogen, an 0-12-20 analysis is recommended area, and just a little fertilizer in each one.
trained. cial fertilizer For sandy soils and other soils Where the rows are further apart, you'llhave
This opinion statement by Young, an America is great and I hope it stays that Plants need a variety of nutrients. But, with a low nitrogen content, you'll need fewer burrows, with more fertilizerin
"insider', bears out Senator Holhngs'insistence way, but even with all God gave us, I wonder the major elements you must apply are from two to five pounds of a common each one. Just be sure to apply the right
that those now investigatingcauses how long we can afford to burn billions of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium. balanced analysis fertilizer for every 100 amount for your garden..
of the Challenger disaster must dollars up in smoke. Who can price the lives of These chemicals are always listed in that square feet of garden. On organic soils, Analysis, amount, timing and applica.
determine who applied the those onboard7Employ order on the fertilizer tag. The tag also you'll need one or two pounds per 100 tion method are all key factors in proper
pressure shows the quantity of each major elementin square feet. If the soil in your garden Isn'ttypical vegetable garden fertilization. If in doubt
that made NASA make its decision to the mix. For example, a 100-pound bagof of either of these common types, about any of these, check with your County
launch in spite of warnings of possible 6-8-8 fertilizer contains six pounds of a you should have your soil analyzed to Agent's Office in the Agricultural Buildingon
danger. Workers nitrogen compound( eight pounds of determine the best kind of fertilizer for North 301 in Starke, or phone 964-6280

phosphorus, in the form of phosphoric your particular needs.
Among the previous potentially Week ProclaimedThe Santa FePassProject
dangerous missions that astronautswere

"lucky" enough to survive, Letters to the Editor.... Decision
astronaut Young cited an August 1985 week of March 9.15 has been pro-

launch in which the shuttle Discovery claimed "Employ the Older Worker

blasted off through two cloud decks with Week" in Starke, as well as nationwide.This Drivers Should Show him, causing further damage and grief.I Due March 18

rain and moderate turbulence, which recognition of the older worker is More ConsiderationFor believe these few drivers could have
could have caused severe damage to theshuttle's especially significant in Florida which had enough consideration to drive around Action on the controversial Santa
Pets him and avoid his lifeless Fe Pass development is
has They Kill striking body project on
heat-resistant tiles, causing an a higher percentage of Senior again. I hope for these people that this does the agenda for the Alachua County
abort. He also provided a list of shuttle Citizens than any other state. Editor, Telegraph: not happen to their family pet, so they will Commission meeting, Thursday

equipment, including landing gear Nearly forty million working This letter is to the motorist who struck not have to go through the very same March 18, in the county administration -
to be fixed so that we do not Americans are in the middle-aged or and killed my family's beloved Siamesecat ordeal. building on S. Main St. and

lose any more space shuttles and flight older bracket in our nation. These include Sam, on Thursday, Feb. 27 at about 4 I and a little five-year-old girl, Sue Anne, University Ave. in Gainesville.
crews. men and women holding top posi- p,m. on Main Street at Tyson Road in who is staying with us, buried Sam next to "All Santa Fe Lake property
tions in and Raiford. our house. With tears in both of our eyes, owners, and others interested in the
In his criticism of the present NASA industry government, help- I believe that striking this household we laid him to rest Sam will be missed environment of this area are urgedto
decision making process, Young said, ing to produce a wide variety of goods could have been avoided. The main pet very much by all the family members,and attend this important meeting" I
"If the management system is not big and services. In spite of their good track on this stretch of road in Raiford problem is all of us will remember him for years to said Harold Hill, president of the SF '

enough to stop the Space Shuttle Pro- record on the job, however, workersover speeding. The posted limit is 35 mph but come, for all the love and happiness he Lake Dwellers Association.Hill .
forty who lose their jobs usually after being reduced from 55 mph a short gave us.I contends that the developers,
gram whenever necessary to make have distance from town few would just like motorists to try to be who
deep trouble finding new ones very people slow placed approximately 5,000
flight safety corrections, it will NOT even in the fields where down any if at all. The problem can also more helpful in locating the owners of cubic yards of fill dirt in the
survive and they are best be animals they may strike. I would also like
will our three directed to truckers who use the wetlands at the Pass without
space shuttles or their flight crews." qualified.The highway a lot during daylight hours. to see the Union County Sheriff's Depart-in necessary permits, should be made
ment to
Young's misgivings about the"system" costs of age discrimination are Sam very seldom left our house, but due Raiford attempt by use of radar or by speeders any means to restore the site to its original configuration -
high. Besides personal hardship, they to being a male, he occasionally wanted to they see fit, all future unpermitted -
are in line with an indepen- roam, male work, and be assessed penalties
as cats sometimes do. I
dent study presented to NASA before include disproportionate public expen- do not blame the driver 100 percent as really it is There is one thing we do know- that Samis for violations committed during the
ditures insurance for in a much better place nowin Heaven.J .
on unemployment past eight years.
the Challenger accident, forewarning of partly my fault for( not keeping Sam in the
strained relationships and a breakdownin older workers, and greater costs of supporting house. The thing that bothers me most is Dobson Box 373, Raiford The meeting is set for 6 p.m.
communications between theagency's many who would be self- that the driver of the vehicle that struck
if addi- Sam could have at least stopped and
supporting given a chance. In moved -
senior and mid-level manage- his body out of the road and to
tion the loss of associated attempt
ment officials. productivity locate the owner. Any house in the area Historical Society to Meet March 20
with the skills
and of
experience could have told the driver where Sam liv-
According to this report, such friction qualified older workers is a loss to the ed.
has resulted in each level of manage- entire nation. An organizational meeting of the
After working for the SPCA in Broward
ment "feeling compelled to retain "National Employ the Older Worker County, I am very familiar with Florida Bradford County Historical Society twill
tighter controls and more decision- Week" is a good time for all employersto law in reference to striking a domestic be held Thursday, March 20, at

making authority" for itself, placing a examine their attitudes toward this animal. It states, "Any driver that strikes 7:30 p.m. in the conference room of ,
strain on relationships between the two. source of experienced dependable and/or kills a domestic animal must stop SFCC Starke Center in the Old Cour i
and attempt to locate the owner, and if the
thouse W. Call Street.In .
Astronaut Young's incriminatingmemo reliable employees. Hiring on the basisof owner cannot be located, the driver must on
is sure to intensify the interest ofall ability, not age, is a matter of basic call the local police and notify them as announcing the meeting Arnold
investigating panels to determine fairness. It is also good business. soon as possible" It also says that the Weeks, librarian at the public library
animal should be moved out of the road to in Starke, said, "Attendance at this
the shoulder. I do not think that this would meeting will determine the future of
be too big a problem for driver who
S p WORLD .. strikes a domestic animal- dog, cat or the organization, which has not been active here in recent
QOPUlAT10NROU3Tt whatever years. Bradford County is rich in history, of which most of

I would also like to say that several other our citizens are unaware. Through Interesting programs
motorists were very inconsiderate also. As presented at the Historical Society we can learn more
r I stood at the edge of the road, waiting fora about our city and county over the past century."
break In traffic to pick up our cat Sam's If
further information is desired, call Mr. Weeks at
For time
the first In modern
history the world population growth rite it body, some drivers would go around him, 9646400.
declining, reports the United Nations. while others would just drive right over

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Davis, Camp Wed In Home CeremonyTracy Strawberry Contestants Orientation

Lynn Davis, daughter of A reception was held after the .

Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Davis of ceremony in the dining room of the R ceptions Members of the Starke JuniorWoman's Miss Jacqueline Davis, 16, "
Social I Side spon-
Starke, and Bryan Franklin Camp, Davis home. A long trestle table, Club welcomed 13 lovely sored by Florida National Bank of
son of Mr. and Mrs Franklin D. covered with a crocheted lace Parties young ladies as contestants to the Starke.

Camp of Lawtey, were united in tablecloth made by the bride's of the 24th Annual Strawberry Queen S Miss Venue Doughman, spon-
marriage at 7 p.m. on Saturday Grandmother Davis was centered Announcements Pageant during their orientation sored by Mitchell's Drugs.
Jan. 25 at the home of the bride's with a burgundy and pink floral arrangement Church Items session held at the Woman's Club, Miss Terri Fender, 17, sponsoredby
parents in Green Acres. flanked by silver candle News Tuesday night, March 11. Williams Jewelry.

Conducting the ceremony was holders and a silver punch service. Club News Club President Mrs. Debbie Con- Miss Denise Griffis, 20, spon-
Rev. Andy Crews of Brooker Baptist The end of the table held the wed- naughton officially welcomed the sored by Dr. Len Schlofman.

Church. Mrs. Owen Alvarez directedthe ding cake made by Linda Tatum, contestants and their mothers and Miss Polly Griffis, 17, sponsoredby
wedding. Nuptial music was pro cousin of the groom. The cake turned the program over to Mrs. Koch's Drug Store.

vided by soloist Tommy Outlaw, ac featured a cascading pink fountain Kathy Hobbs and Mrs. Christie S Miss Terri Jakab, 17, sponsoredby
companied on the piano by D ann and cherub and dove adorned multi- Torode. The young ladies were in- Terwillegar Motors.

Outlaw, cousin of the bride. layers. Wendy Sullivan served the HAMPTON HILITESIty formed of the pre-pageant activities e Miss Monica Maslowskl, 17, spon-
The groom's best man was Donnie cake as guests passed a buffet-style planned including a hair clinic to be sored by Glenda's Shear Design.

Wilkerson of Starke. The wedding sideboard laden with smoked ham Dolores Meng conducted at NuWaves, modeling S Miss Donna Parado, 17, spon-
ceremony was performed by and turkey prepared by the bride's Phone 4GH-19I5 tips by former Strawberry Queens sored by C.J.'s Cuttin' Loose.

candlelight in front of the stone father, salmon. tarts, summer Baby Shower and a make-up and color analysis Miss Cindy Rodgers, 17, spon-
fireplace in the Davis family room sausage, fresh strawberries, along Mrs. Penny Booth of Gainesvillewas session by Naomi Her res of Merle sored by Lake Chevrolet.
under a flower and greenery bedeck. with dips, nuts and mints. honored with a Baby Shower Norman Studios. An informal even- The pageant will be an event of

ed arch. Branched candelabra grac- Mrs. R..V Durrance and Saturday night, Mar. 8. The showerwas ing with home movies is planned to Saturday, April 5, at 7 p.m. at the
ed each side of the fireplace. Palms, daughters served the punch. Mrs. given by Mrs. Sylvia Hall at her give the girls an opportunity to Bradford High School auditorium.
diffenbachia and umbrella plants Leonard Moore, Sr., Mrs. Ed home. Among special guests presentwere socialize and relax. These activitiesare Advance tickets will be on sale

were placed at points of interest in Kimutis, Jr., Rick Kimutis, Inman Penny's mother, Mrs. Janet planned to benefit the girls in beginning March 20 at several con-
the wedding and reception rooms. Green, Mrs. Steve Simmons, Ms. Flythe and her aunt Barbara Ship- their judges' interview on the day of venient locations Ticket prices are
Wedding bells and streamers were Gladys Thomas, Mrs. Becky Durand pey of New Jersey. the pageant and during the pageant $3.50 for adults and $2.50 for children '
used to decorate archways through and Mrs. Harold Crawford assisted The refreshment table held a itself where the girls will be judgedon 312.

which the bride entered from the with wedding preparations. decorated cake inscribed with Hap- natural beauty which is inter- Watterson-Williams

foyer on a rose-strewn aisle cloth. Wedding gifts were displayed in py Labor Day. Among other preted to be face, hair, figure, per-
Matron of honor was Tammy War- the music room on a table covered refreshments served were finger sonality and poise. Wedding March 22

ren, wearing a floor-length suede with a crocheted lace cloth made by sandwiches, snacks and dip, ice 1985 Strawberry Queen Tracie
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Watterson
rose empire-style dress of crepe de the bride's Grandmother Moore. cream, candy and punch. Clark was on hand to answer questions -
announce the wedding of their
chine, accented with lace ruffles. Out of town guests included Mr. Visitors and give the girls encourage-
She carried a bouquet of pink and and Mrs. David Moore and family Mrs. Barbara Shippey of New ment and helpful hints. The thirteen daughter, Mary Louise Watterson to
Mark Moore and Ms. Jersey left for her home Saturday Grant Biggam Williams, son of Mr.
burgundy carnations and lilies with family, Sherry young ladies vying for the 1986
lace streamers. Foster, Mr and Mrs. Len Moore and night following one week's visit with crown are: and Mrs. Morris Williams, all of

Bridesmaids were Regina and Mrs. Philip Clark her father, William Lahn and other S Miss Kellie Baldwin, 17, spon- Starke.
The will be held
family wedding Satur-
and and Mrs. Charles Mc- relatives here.
Johnson and Maria Thomas, and sored by Sawyer Gas & Appliancesof
were attired in identical floor-length Cullough and granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meng of Rev Gene Rice Starke, Inc. day, March 22 at 5:30: p,m. at the
First United
gowns of pink and burgundy carna- Following a wedding trip to South Thomasville, Ga., spent last Miss Alicia Bright, 16, sponsoredby Methodist Church.
tions with lilhes and baby's breath. Florida, the couple is residing in weekend with his parents and other Church of God To Register Oil & Gas. Following the wedding, a receptionwill
be held at The Ravines Mid-
Ushers were Hal Davis, brother of Theressa. relatives and friends.Mr. Celebrate HomecomingAnd S Miss Shilynn Chaff, 16, sponsoredby dleburg.All .
the bride, and Kevin Kilbride of and Mrs. Kenneth Stoffer of Hamdyman Fence Company
friends and relatives Invited
CentennialThe are -
Lawtey. I Sp. Clarence KroppIn Genoa, Ohio, are spending this week Miss Lottie Cole, 16, sponsored by to attend.
Flowergirl was Christina Mobley, with her brothers, Paul and Fran Rev. Gene D Rice, Interna- Kenwin.
S. Korea Exercise
niece of the groom. Christina Wore a Meng and families. tional Director of Evangelism and .

floor-length suede rose gown of Army Spec. 4 Clarence D. Kropp hospitalized Home Missions for the Church of
crepe de chine and lace. She carrieda has participated in Team Spirit '86, Colsie Rigdon was admitted to God, will be the guest speaker at the School Lunch MenusMar.
basket of rose petals. Decoratingher a Republic of Korea/United States Bradford Hospital last Thursday. He Church of God at 422 N. St. Clair St.,
hair was a spray of miniature Combined Forces Command spon- is a patient in Room 226 and might. Starke, for the church homecomingand ,
beans cabbage slow peaches, cinnamon roll,
card visit. 17-24
appreciate a cheery or
rosebuds and baby's breath. sored exercise held in South Korea. International Church Centennial milk
Ringbearer was Kendall Bryan '86 was the eleventh in Hampton KleiiienUry SchoolNewsletter Celebration on Mar.23, beginning atUa.m. Bradford 1:11'n1iddle: School Thursd.iBeef a roni.cheese stix green beans.appl..u..e. ,
Mobley, nephew of the groom. He an annual series of combined joint : Popular Monday: Hamburger c-n bun lettuce tomato & cookie.. french bread milk.Frldi .
macaroni & butteredgreen
carried a satin and lace heart- field training exercises staged to in- Parents appreciate the newsletter The Sunday morning service will pickle Trench Tries, coconut coke milk )peas: Corndogs, fruit cup butterscotch cheese square milk
with lace streamers.The being sent home with students every include from the and TupHriny: Hamburg p.avy mashed potatoes
shaped pillow crease the defensive posture of guests city mixed vegetables,cherry pie, biHcuils milk. A-ld-Carte
week. and all
bride wore a formal gown of Korean and U.S. combat and,..support Principal Mary Kyle county. There will be readings of the WrdnpHdav: Whaler on bun buttered corn cabbage Mtnulut : Pi//a. hamburgers, Trench Tries
imported silk organza over satin, forces. the teachers spend much time in history and landmarks of the slaw, fruit cup, t.. ...nn'. milk. milkshakes. 0 J
trimmed with chantilly lace. The fit- compiling this informative letter. church, and special music will be Thursday,: Fried Chkken rice & gravy green Tuesday: Cheeseburgers. Trench fries, pizza' ,
Kropp is an infantryman with the Among some of the recent bits of beans peaches, hot rolls, milk OJ. milkshakes
ted bodice featured sheer the Chuck Miller Fami-
a yoke provided by Tacos/meat& lettuce&tomato
Friday: cheese nrdni'odat: Puns hamburgers french fries,
with high collar trimmed in lace. 14th Infantry at Schofield Barracks, information given are: CTBS testingwill ly. baked beans,apple crisp, biscuits, milk. cornd K', milkshakes ..
Full-length bishop-style sleeves end- Hawaii. His wife, Brenda, is the be done next week, Mar. 17-21. It Special emphasis will also be Bradford High School Thu..,'"\' Pi/u cheeseburgers french fries

ed in lace cuffs The A-line skirt fell daughter of Wesley and Bonnie is important that children come to given to the Centennial celebrationof Monday; : Salisbury steak potatoes, mixed OJ. milkshakestrhlat .
french Trio 0 J
: ll.unlmrgers pizza
Thomas of Starke. school well rested and fed.
from an empire waistline. A chapel- Report the denomination. Beginning with vegetables cherry cobbler cake hot rolls milk milkshake
length train and veil continued the cards go home with children on Mar. one backwood congregation of nine TupHdtiv: Lasagna. garden sulud. apple crisp
hot rolls milk.wednesday Each da) students have a choice of a hot lunch,
lace bordered pattern. 12.On members, it has now grown to Chicken nuggets/sauce baked salad bur or the) may purchase a.la,carle
Nancy Grider kept the bride's Randy Chitty Named Friday, Mar. 14, at 8 a.m. a almost two million members in 107
book. I tree planting ceremony is scheduled. countries around the world.

Outstanding ManagerRandal The tree is one purchased by the The morning service will be ENTER FREE NO ENTRY FEE ..
students in of Connie Clark. j
memory followed luncheon in the i.
Franklin II has by a
Mary Watterson, Chitty NORTH FLORIDA r
been selected the On Friday, Mar. 7, Mrs. Bagwell's fellowship hall and an afternoon I
Williams as Outstanding second grade class had as a guest
Grant Territorial for R.C.A. Con- worship service. Hemisphere 'Pageant
Manager speaker, Belinda Acree, a clinical : If.fj ) I
Products Nor
Open House Honorees sumer Electronic for dietitian.

Mary Watterson and Grant theast Florida by the R.C.A. Cor- The class has been studying the Sunday, March 23, 1906 Lake City' ,: .
poration of America. Lunch Bunch Meets Gleason's Corner Mall
Williams were honored at an open awarded all- basic food groups. Mrs. Acree talkedto
Randy was an them about eating nutritious BEAUTY CONTEST Baby Boy a Jlil 0102 old
house given by Sylvia and Vernon Hawaii Friday at 1st Presby yonii
expense paid trip to for two foods. She also shared a healthy Bnyi 3 In 10 yams old Gulf' 1 In 26 y..'.old
Reddish and Evelyn and Jim
and was presented with a diamond snack recipe with the class. The The Lunch Bunch will meet at the MODCl CONTI ST 3OIIlons, Ito 10 v..'l old
Womack. TALENT CONTEST Divisions' Molo&f.nol.3 30ytin.
ring. class is looking forward to makingthe First Presbyterian Church at 12
The party was at the Womack's ,.. .
He is associated with the Seacoast Mar 14. SI.Now C &Colliio.il Scholarship National Finale
noon Friday,
home on Hampton Lake. Guests snack in class one day soon. A APPLICATIONS AT MALL OR CALL ADELYN FOREMAN
Company of Jacksonville and has This is covered dish luncheon.The t
a .
special thanks to Mrs. Acree 305
were greeted by Sylvia Reddish. goes 857 0657 evenings
been selected for
prestigious program will be given by Rev.
from the second graders.
Assisting the hostesses were
in the R.C.A. Elite Excel
membership Jerry Patton.
Mrs. Jean Clark's first graders
Carolyn Carver, Margie Pratt, Club for the past two years.
have been studying the seasons of
JoAnn Copeland, Marian Douglas,
Randy is the son of Mrs. Joan T.
Sharon Costan and Connie Williams. the year and corresponding months,
and the late F. Chittyof
holidays and weather. On Feb. 20,
Special guests were the parents of Starke. He was born and raised in TEN PIECESHRIMP
the bride, Mary Ella and Frederick Starke and graduated from Brad- the students of Mrs. Stanwix-Hay
presented a play in their classroom.On .
Watterson, parents of the groom, ford High School in 1975 and received -
Sharon and Morris Williams and a BS Degree in Finance and Feb. 24, Mrs. Stanwix-Hay
grandparents of the groom, Nippy Business Administration from the returned to help the first graders
and Bill Biggam.Announcing. University of South Florida in 1979. plant a sweet gum tree in honor of
Mr. Clark, their former principal.

Christina Elaine Owenby Weeks UDC Holds Heather Sellers '
Wins 1 '
hand-breaded fried
Wayne and Lisa Owenby of Ox- Research Workshop Ten delicious,
ford Ga. announce the birth of a Little Miss Crown
shrimp with our natural-cut french
Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber /
daughter, Christina Elaine, born con- Heather Christine Sellers, 2 '
year > '
Feb. 24 in Newton General Hospitalin ducted a workshop for the W.T. old daughter Dale and Kim Sellersof fries, fresh cole slaw, Southernstylehush r ,
Covington Ga. She weight 8Vi lb., Weeks Chapter, U.DC, at her homein k e
crowned Little Miss '
Lawtey, was '
Keystone Heights puppies cocktail sauce and a ', r
and was 20" long. on Monday, America at the Little Miss America : ?

Maternal grandparents are Mr. Mar. 3. Prospective members Pageant held Mar. 1 at the Starke lemon wedge.SUNDAY, = f'
and Mrs. Mitchell Crawford of Ox- received instruction on researching Woman's Club.Heather '
ford Ga. Paternal grandparents are their Confederate ancestor soldiers + r
a trophy, crown
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Owenby of and how to complete membership and banner. She also won 1st runner- $3.59

Covington, Ga. application papers. up in beauty and best photogenic at
Mrs. Weisgerber assisted
Great grandparents are Mrs. J.W. was by the Glamor Girl and Boy Pageant.
Owenby of Covington, Ga., Mrs. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Guests pre- She received two trophies.

Gertie Murphy, the late Truman sent were Mrs. Christine Lawson, Heather and her family would like MONDAY & TUESDAY
Mrs. Blonnie Derkman Mrs. Effie & WEDNESDAY
Harris, Burnie Harris of Starke and to thank all of her sponsors for help-
Harold Crawford of Lawtey. Mrs.Carter Rhoda, Mrs.Dampier.Laura Wiggins, and ing make this possible. All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner All Day Special

Hilary Sue Hildebran Charney Williams Specially breaded, country-style fish 2-Piece Fish Dinner

Danny and Cindy Hildebran of Weeks UDC Meets Celebrates fillets, natural-cut french fries fresh coleslaw Dinner includes: 2 golden-brown fish

Jacksonville announch the birth of Monday, Mar. 17 BirthdayAt Southern-style hush puppies! and O fillets, natural-cut french fries, fresh cole
their Sue, on Family Cook-Out $ 29 $1 99
daughter, Hilary
March 4 in Baptist Memorial The W.T. Weeks UDC will meet tartar sauce. Offer Good For Dining J +J gi slaw, 2 Southern-style hush puppies.. _

Hospital, weighing 6 Ibs. 8 oz. Monday, March 17 at 11 a.m. at the A.C 'Charney' Williams Room Service Only.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Western Steer Restaurant. celebrated his birthday Sunday,
Mar. 9 with a fish fry cook-out, given
David Lawson. Paternal
and Mrs.
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Women of St. MarksTo by home.family members, held at his & Captain Dfe

Gary Hildebran, all of Starke. Meet Mar. 19
Maternal great-grandparents are Approximately 15 members of the A little seafood place.
M. L. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. The Women of St. Marks's will family attended to help him great B In "t1 lit eil.
C.W. Cogdill, all of Starke. Paternal meet Wednesday, March 19 at 10:30: celebrate this occasion.
and a.m. in the Parish Hall.
great-grandparents are Mr.
Mrs. Kirby Smith of Starke and

Maxine Hildebran of Winter Spr Sr. Citizens LuncheonMar. SHAMROCK SPECIAL :
ings. : E a
20 at 1st Meth.

Lamar Aaron and Lamar Shellee Priest Priest of The Senior Citizens will hold their -

covered dish luncheon Thursday, ) 11..4 .
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, ttiii4
Aaron Lamar, born Feb.13 in St. Mar. 20 at 12 noon at First Methodist

Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonvile. Fellowship Hall.
Maternal grandparents are Beany The guest speaker will be Walter ,

Smith and the late William M. (Smit- Westcott who will discuss plants and MEAT SPECIALS GROCERY SPECIALS -
container gardening. A free Have
ty) Smith of Starke. plant We Now Spring
will be given to all attending. Come
Paternal grandparents are and welcome the first day of Spring SunnylandSliced Free $ Dixie Lily Seed !
Mildred Priest and the late HubertE. 1.19Sunnyland Garden
Priest of Lawtey. with us. Slab Bacon . . .lb. GritsDelMonte: . . . 5Ib.Bag$1.49

--..-..-..--........""' .--..----------.- .....-, Sunnyland (Deli Loaf) Cr/Wk Silver & Golden Queen S 2.95
$1 4 9 1.09 Corn Seed . . . lb.
ChurchRoad Bologna . 0 lb. Corn . . . 2 Cans
Baptist Fordhook
12 02. Pk. '

9 9 C Lima Bean Seed . 1.00
Weiners . .
230A Starke . . pk RC's& Pepsi

WILL BE HAVING A Nettles Smo. (Hot/Mild) & Flavors . plus tax & dep 1.59 .59 c
$1 7 9 Pea Seed from . . . ,lb.
Sausage . . . lb.

BENEFIT SINGFOR Mixed k' 6-8-8 $4 50
$ 1.69 Fertilizer . ib
THE Pork Chops lb. $1 69 so bag aWE
& Flavors .
. plus tax & dep

Sat. March 15 at 7:30: 'pm Our Everyday Low Prices 40 Ib.Chunx A Good Buy! SELECTION OF

See Us For Freezer Beef Trail Blazer j jtr\ HARDWARE & LIVESTOCK FEEDS

Special Singers: Dog Food . . plus tax. ;) "WE STRIVE TO PLEASE"

Weeks Family Glory Landers NOW OPEN Waters Grocery 782-3737

EVERYONE WELCOME !i 7:30 a.m. HI i 7 n.m. Ad Good March 14-27.198 Lawtey,

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.Pagc 6A TELEGRAPH March 13. 1986

TERESA A. BOLDER, Wife. payments made by Santa Fe Healthcare
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY Systems, Inc. Whitlow-Chltty To
Public Notices TO: RONALD R. BOLDER The Issuance of the revenue bond, Wed March 15
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU will serve the public purpose of promoting
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action the economic development of The marriage of Candace Julia
NOTICt OF NAMES OF PERSONS NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO for dissolution of marriage has been Bradford County and the State of Whitlow of Jacksonville and RandalF.

APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF REGISTER FICTITIOUS. NAME Florida filed against you and you are required to Florida Increasing opportunities for Chitty. II of Starke and Jacksonville -
Pursuant to Section 865 09,
ABANDONED PROPERTY Statutes, notice Is that th. serve a copy of your written defenses, If gainful employment and otherwise. Im will be an event of Saturday
hereby given
Pursuant to Section 13, Chapter 717 undersigned Robert A. Mathews, sole any to It, o/i the Petitioner's/Wife's attorney proving the health prosperity and night, Mar. 15 at 7:30: p.m. at the
Florida Statutes, entitled "FlorldoDlspositlon owner doing business under the firm whose name and address Is: welfare of. the State of Florida and Its Inhabitants First Baptist Church of Starke. .

of Unclaimed Property Act of Mathews 441 West JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.Attorney .. No invitations were sent locally,
name Realty
notice Is h.r.by given that the persons for All Interested parties are Invited to
listed Madison St., Starke. Florida Intends toregister i.1 r rr but all friends of the bride andgroom
below to b. owners a.uncloim.d their the
appear O. Box 1056 present comments at time and
said fictitious name under the and of their families, are in-
personal or Intangible pro. place set out above.
Starke, Florida 32091
aforesaid vited to share in their wedding
p.rty presumed abandoned. THIS DOES statute. and file the Persons are advised that If they
original with the Clerk of
Dated this 7th day of March. A.D., ceremony and to join them at their
NOT INVOLVE REAL ESTATE. the above styled Court on or before decide to appeal any decision made at ,
Appor.nt Own.r Account Number 1986 In Bradford County April 10 1986; otherwise a judgmentmay this meeting/hearing they will need a wedding reception (immediately
BROWNING David C. 1413-19850001 3/134tpd4/3 be entered against you for the record of the proceedings, and for such following the ceremony) at theWoman's

DAVIDSON Harold L. 0254-19850295 relief demanded In the Petition purpose, they may need to ensure that a Club of Starke.
381 W. Weldon St. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO verbatim record of/ the Is
WITNESS my hand and seal of said proceeding
Starke, Fla. 32091GARIIISON. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME made, which record includes Sr. Citizens Luncheon
Court on this 4th day of March 1986. the U -' _
Rodney A. Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida GILBERT BROWN CLERK testimony and evidence upon which the Mar. 20 at 1st Meth.
Statutes, notice is that the
M/M 0029.1985.0024 hereby given By Becky Porrlih appeal Is to be based. Connie C. Riherd
G.n.rol DeliveryStorke. undersigned Barbara Jackson sole Clerk364tchg327 George W. Roberts, Jr., The Senior Citizens will hold their
owner doing business under the firm Rlherd Chief covered dish
Fla. 32091 Chairman Appointed lunchepn Thursday,
LEWEllEN Gloria Y. 1092.1985.0007 name of Midnight Video 444 B W.st Itchg 3/13 Mar. 20 at 12 noon at First Methodist
and Robert B. Madison St., Starke. Intends to registersaid Of Plant InspectionBy Fellowship Hall.
fictitious name under the aforesaid IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH
Camp NOTICE Comm. will
Standing statute.Dated. Doyle Conner The guest speaker discuss
Rt. 1. BUV2A JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I I. MARY E. COOPER would like It plants and container gardening. A
this 7th of March 1986
Stork. Fla. 32091 day BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA known I am no longer responsible for Commissioner of Agriculture free plant will be given to all atten-
A.D.. In Bradford
SAIZAR Margaret 0029.1985.0050 County. 3133tpd43IN Case No. 85-180-CA any debts Incurred by Donald R. Cooper Doyle Conner announced the appointment ding. Come and welcome the first
Route, Box 113C Sr. of Connie C. Riherd as of with
day Spring us.
Starke, Flo. 32091In'ormahon MARILYN J. RIEHL Itpd 3/13 Chief of the Bureau of Plant Inspec-

concerning the amount or Plaintiffs, tion at the Division of Plant Industry Antique Show Chairmen
description of the property (such as AND vs AUCTION NOTICE (DPI). Mrs. Riherd will replace cur-
unclaimed checking accounts, savings FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday rent Bureau Chief Earl Graham who Named at Meeting

accounts, utility deposits, stocks, bonds Case No. 83.13.CP ALACHUA NANCY C GENERAL TETSTONE HOSPITAL his wife,; INC. March 24, 1986 at 10:00 a.m., the retired Feb. 28. Mrs. J.W. Griffin, president of the

Insurance refunds, safe deposit boxes, PROBATE DIVISIONIN Defendants undersigned. Gator Freightways, Inc., A native of Starke, Mrs. Riherd Woman's Club of Starke has an-
etc) and the names and addresses of RE: The Estate of NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE will sell at public auction for cash at 2600 has been with the division since 1977 nounced the committee ,chairmenfor
the holder of such personal propertymay Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Florida one lot
ANTHONY P. ROSSANO Notice when she started as a laboratory the and Collectible -
b. obtained by Is hereby given that pursuant of clock radios consigned to Kendale Spring 1986 Antique
any person possess
Deceased. to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure technician in the Bureau of Show and Sale to be held
ing on Interest in the property by addressing Corp., Miami Fla., to satisfy freight and
on Inquiry to Gerold Lewis NOTICE 01 ADMINISTRATIONTO entered In the Circuit Court of the Eighth storage charges, under the provisions of Nematology. From 1979 to 1984, she Mar. 21-23 at the Bradford County
State Comptroller Attn: Abandoned ALL PERSONS ABOVE ESTATE Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of was an agricultural products Fairgrounds.
DEMANDS AGAINST THE Florida Civil specialist with inspection duties in
Action Case No.
Property Section 202 Blount Street Lading." Mrs. Griffin is Show Chairman,
Tallahassee, Florida 32301 ((904)) AND THE ALL ESTATE.OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED'IN 85-180-CA on 27 February 1986 I will Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier the Gainesville area. She was an assisted by Miss Lillian Stump as co-
sell the following described property ly agricultural products supervisor chairman. Exhibitors' chairman is
4870510. The Jacksonville office ARE NOTIFIED that the administration Pro. 14.663505 dtd. 120863132tchg320
telephone number is ((904)) 359.6085. Be of the estate of ANTHONYP. ing and being situate in Bradford County from January until June 1984, at Mrs. C.E. O'Steen with Mrs. L.T.

sure to mention the account number ROSSANO deceased file, number Florida to-wit: which time she was named to her Young as co-chairman. Miss Stump,
AFTER the name as published in this 83.13.CP., "Is pending" in the Circuit Court A parcel of land situated In the N '/. of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR present position as the division's administrator Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. W.H. Thom-
notice. Unless proof of ownership Is for Bradford County Florida Probate the SE 1/4 of Section 33. Township 6 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA of the North Florida son are in charge of advance ticket

presented to the holder by May 4, 1986 Division the addioss of which is Bradford South Range 22 East Bradford County PROBATE DIVISIONFile Plant Inspection Region (Region 1). sales.
the property will be delivered for County Courthouse Stork. Florida Florida; said parcel being more particularly Number 86.13 Mrs. Riherd, her husband Carl Miss Stump and Mrs. E. Watts are

custody to the Comptroller of Florida. 32091. The Personal Representative of Commence described as follows: Division File 1-3709 and their son Robert live in High organizing the "Kountry Kitchen",

Thereafter all further claims must be the estate Is ELEANOR E. ROSSANO West right of at the line Intersection of State Rood of No.the IN RE: ESTATE OF Springs. She graduated magna cum of which Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr., is

directed to the Comptroller of Florida. whose address if Route 2, Box 585. 100 with the way South line of said N'/r of RODNEY PHILLIP HALL laude from the University of Florida head cashier. The dining room will
GERALD LEWIS Melrose Florida 32666. The name and Deceased. where she
a bachelor'sdegree be the of Mrs. M. Cut-
the SE 1/4 and run N 8856'40" W, along responsibility
COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA address of the Personal Representative'sattorney NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe in
the South line of sold N'of' the SE 1/4a agriculture and was a
132tchg320IN ore set forth below distance of 325.03 feet; thence run S administration of the estate of member of Pi Alpha Xi, honorary tino.Ms.. A. Whiffen is heading the
All claims demands RODNEY PHILLIP HALL deceased FII.Numb.r .
-- -- persons or 8930'50" W, 337.25 feet to P.O.B.; floriculture fraternity. She is a 1973 hostess group and Mrs. D.P. Hardy
against" the estate are required, WITHIN 86-13-CP, Is pending in the Circuit
THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE thence run N 0203'10' W, 30.01 feet to Court for Bradford County Florida, graduate of Bradford High School. and Mrs. M.R. Judd are in charge of

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to an Iron pipe; thence continue N Probate Division the address of which Is admissions. Handling promotion
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. file with the clerk of the above court a 0203'10" W 461.31 feet to an Iron pipe; Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Cheri Hilliard Has and publicity are Mrs. C.B.

CASE NO. 85.133.CAIN written statement of any claim or demand thence run S 8757'35' W, 200.0 feet to Florida 32091. The names and addressesof Birthday Celebration Ruckdeschel, Jr., and Mrs. R. Hall.
RE: The Marriage of they may have. Each claim must an iron pipe; thence run S 02"03'10" E, the personal representative and the The dessert booth, a great show

JAMES T. KRAMER be in writing and must Indicate the basis 455.87 feet to an iron pipe; thence run personal representative's attorney are On Saturday, Mar. 8, Cheri favorite, will be the responsibility of
Husband for the claim the name and address of 502'03'10" E, 30.01 feet to the South line set forth below. Hilliard celebrated her seventh bir- Mrs. J.D. Warren, Mrs. J. Trawick
and the creditor or his agent or attorney and of sold N '/. of said SE 1/4; thence run NB9'30'50" All interested persons are required to thday with a party at her home. Cab- and Mrs. J.E. Byrd. Mrs. H.M. Con-

NANCY R. KRAMER Wife, the amount claimed. If the claim is not E. along said South line 200.08 file with this court WITHIN THREE MON- bage Patch kids was the theme and nelly is coordinating the club's

yet due the date when it will become feet to P.O.B. Said parcel containing THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS appropriate decorations were "Strawberry Boutique" during the
NOTICE OF ACTION; due shall be stated. If the claim is con 2.243 acres more or less SUBJECT to an NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estateand throughout the home. Show and Sale.

CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE. NO PROPERTYTO tingent or unliquidated the nature of existing county 30 feet graded thereof.road across theSoutherly ((2)) any objection by an Interested All of the 25 guests attending was Mrs. G. Roberts will supervise the
the uncertainty shall be stated If the person on whom this notice was served presented with Patch snack R.A. Green Jr.
Kid Mrs.
a Cabbage
wagon. ,
Said sale shall be at public tale to the ,
: JAMES T. KRAMER Husband claim the shall be
is secured security that challenges the validity of the will Loot
Bag. Three games were playedby is in charge of properties.With .
Midland Village Apts. described. The claimant shall deliver highest bidder for cash and In accordance the of the
qualifications personal
guests and the winners of the all members of the Woman'sClub
4355 Whitmlre, Rd. 45 with the aforedescribed Final
Apt. sufficient, copies of the claim to the clerkto representative, venue or jurisdiction, of
Midland. Tx. 79705- enable the clerk to mail one copy to Judgment Said sale shall be held at the the court. games were Amanda Welch, Brooke taking active roles in makingthe
the Personal Representative.All Main (East) Door of the Bradford County ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Gaskins and Christy Wood. show and sale a reality, still their

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for persons Interested in the estate to Courthouse, In Starke, Florida at 11:00 SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Cheri is the daughter of Daryl and efforts would not be sufficient to the

dissolution of marriage has been filed, whom a copy of this notice of administration a.m.. Eastern Standard Time, on the 21 st Publication of this Notice has begunon Cathy Hilliard. task without the help of husbands

against you and you are required to has been mailed are required day of March 1906. March 13. 1986. children, frends, neighbors, localcivic

serve a copy of your written defenses If WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM GILBERT BROWN Personal Representative: and governmental agencies,
any to it on Eugene F. Shaw Plaintiff''s THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Billie S. Hall GrayHouseWedding and the community as a whole.

attorney whose address is 925.E North THIS NOTICE, to file any objection| By Becky Parrish Route 1 1. Box 546 Mar 15 The show is the major fundraiserof
Temple Avenue, Starke Florida 32091 they may have that challenges the Deputy Clerk Starke Florida 32091 the Woman's Club of Starke. The
on or before April 22, 1986 and file the validity of the decedent's will the 362tchg313NOTICE Attorney for Personal Representative The wedding of Debra Gray and proceeds will be used to further the

original with the clerk of this court qualifications of the Personal Representative Dudley P. Hardy P.A. Shawn House will be held Saturday, charitable, civic and educational

either before service on plaintiffs attorney or the venue or jurisdiction of the OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO P. O. Drawer 1030 Mar. 15 at 2 p.m. The wedding will endeavors of the Woman's Club in
or Immediately, thereafter: otherwise Court. Starke, Florida 32091 take place at the home of Mr. and the community..
a default will be entered againstyou ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Notice Is hereby given that the: Bradford Telephone 904964.5701 Mrs. Patrick B. Welch, 436 N. I ... ,
for the relief demanded in the com NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER County Health Facilities Authority, 3/13 2tchg 3/20 Walnut St., in Starke.
plaint or petition. BARRED. All friends
Florida will hold hearIng and relatives are in-
Dated on this 3rd day of February Publication of this notice has begun. Starke, a public vited to attend. Club
with the Issuance Jr. Woman's
to contemplated
1986. Date of the first publication of this noticeof
GILBERT S. BROWNAs administration Is March 13 1986. and sale of not exceeding COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAR Elbert ChapterTo Holds Monthly MeetingThe
$7.500,000 Health Facilities Revenue BRADFORD COUNTY
Clerk of the Court ELEANOR E. ROSSANO
Bonds, Series 1986 (Santa Fe Healthcare Junior Woman's Club met
By Deputy Clerk Personal Representative of the Case No. 86-56-CA Meet Mar. 20
3134tchg43AUCTION Estate of ANTHONY P. ROSSANO Systems, Inc. Project), by the Bradford IN RE: The Marriage Of Mar. 10 at the clubhouse. The
Deceased County Health Facilities Authority at Its DONALD WAYNE REESE The Colonel Samuel Elbert regular monthly business was
regular meeting to be held March 27, Husband Chapter of the Daughters of the discussed and each committee gave

STRIPLING & DENSON P.A. 1986 beginning at 7:00: p.m. In the County and American Revolution will meet their reports.

NOTICE By Robot J. Denson Commissioners Meeting Room Bradford JOANNA LYNN REESE Thursday, Mar. 20 at the home of The upcoming Strawberry

NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday P. O. Box 1287 County Courthouse, Stark., Florida Wife., Mrs. George Brown, Kingsley Lake, Pageant was discussed.
March 17. 1986. at 10.00 o'clock 32091. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO at 2 p.m.Eastern.
102 N.W. Second Ave. Refreshments were served by Jen-
A.M. the undersigned Gator The proceeds of such bond Issue will
Gainesville Fla. 32602 ;
Freightways Inc., will sell at public auction be used to finance the construction of anew Address Unknown. Star Supper nifer Haas, Kathy JoAnn
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville 904.376.8888Attorneys patient services building, and the Agin, Terry Ivey, and Therese

Fla., one lot of Fluorescent light Personal for renovation of the existing facilities in YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Saturday, Mar. 15 Schlofman.
bulbs consigned to Western Auto Bradford Hospital Inc.,. located at 922 E. for dissolution of marriage has been Starke Chapter No. 224, Order of

Crawfordville, Fla., to satisfy freight and Call Street Starke, Florida 32091 which filed against you and you are required to the Eastern Star will have a covered NG Pvt. Marshall Phillips
storage charges, under the provisions of Includes the refinancing of the Authori of written defenses If
serve a copy your dish Saturday Mar. 15 at 7p.m.
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill, of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH ty's outstanding Bond Anticipation Note any to Terence M. Brown Attorney for supper in the Masonic Hall., Completes Basic
Lading. (Bradford Hospital Inc. Project) Issued Starke, Florida
Wife, P.O. Drawer 40. All Masons and their families
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. are Army National Guard Private
Gator Freightways Inc., Carrier for such and
purpose. 32091 on or before April 3, 1986
04.705533 did 1/13/86 Case No. 66-68 The bonds will not constitute a debt of file the original with the Clerk of this invited to attend. Marshall R. Phillips, son of Evertt

3/62tchg3/13 IN RE: The Marriage of. the State of Florida or Bradford County Court before or Immediately thereafter; D. and Wanda J. Phillips of Starke,

-- -- RONALD R. BOLDER Husband but will be payable solely from otherwise a default will be entered New Hope BaptistCelebration has completed basic training at Ft.
and ServicesNew Jackson, S.C.

Hope Baptist Church will be

celebrating the 11th Choir andUsher's Did You Know...
Anniversary on Friday,
k. Mar. 14 at 8 p.m., Sunday Mar. 16 at Grand prize winner of the'

/ 10 a.m. Sunday School, Morning Beautiful Baby Contest held by
Worship at 11 a.m., and Evening K-Mart of Gainesville was Mindy

1 Worship at 3 p.m., which will con- Raulerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
clude their services. Jimmy Raulerson of Brooker. She is

r. Everyone is asked to come and also the granddaughter of Alamae

rj make this program a big success, by and the late Edward Raulerson of
r rI Rev. Jake Davis Pastor. Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. LaRue
I v Crosby of Alachua.
I l ? :

against you for the relief demandea; in AUCTION NOTICE

r the Petition. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday -
Witness my hand and seal of this March 17 1986 at 10:00 o'clock

Court on the 3rd day ol March 1986. A.M. the undersigned Gator

GILBERT S. BROWN Frelghtwoys, Inc., will sell at public auc
Clerk ol the Court tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville .

. s e e 'w By: Becky Parrish Fla.,. one lot of Fluorescent light
Deputy Clerk bulbs to Mr.
consigned Transmission
3/6 4tchg 3/27 Tallahassee, Fla., to satisfy freight and

storage charges, under the provisions of
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of

NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon 'Gator Freightways, Inc.

day. March 17, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock CarrierPro.
04.705534 dtd 1/13/86
A.M., the undersigned Gator
-------------.Se-------- ----------------------- --------------,--------------------------------- 362tchg313NOTICE
t. ; Si S S I Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction
1 1 for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson
3 PC. Dinner I ville. Fla., one lot ol Fluorescent light OF INTENTIONTO
Nugget Dinner 9 PC. Thrift Pack ; 15 PC. Bucket bulbs consigned to '.trolo... Oas, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
e I Havana Fla., to satisfy freight and Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
6 Kentucky Nuggets ; $2.95 i storage charges, under the provisions of Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
6.49 I 8.49 Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of undersigned Carl Grlffls and Linda Grllfls. -

2.29 i Get 3 pieces ol the Colonel's Original i ie ; e Lading. P. O. Box 332 Lawtey Fla. 32058

e Recipe or Extra Crispy' Chicken I Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's Original Gel 15 pieces of the Colonel's Original Gator Freightways, Inc.Carrier. joint owners, doing business under the

Get 6 Kentucky Nuggets mashed potato J mashed potatoes ann "....y. Cole slaw Recipe or Extra Crispy Chicken I Recipe or Extra Crispy Chicken lor dtd firm name of PIc-A-FIIck Video Hwy. 301

and gravy cole slaw and 1 biscuit ("',NOTICE OF INTENTION 15 with this i and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits lor only $6 49 I only $8.49 with this coupon. Coupon 04.704737 362tchg3l3AUCTION 1/9/86 'fictitious South of Lawtey Intends under to the register said

only $2.29. Coupon may not TO REGISTER for comblnawith this coupon. Coupon good only for a good only lor combination white/dark 1 statute name aforesaid

with any other special offers FICTITIOUS NAME Florida( I may not be I e combination white/dark orders and may I orders and may not be used with any 1 Dated this 24th day ol. February 1986

coupon. Customer pays all at pursuant to Section 863.
e sales tax. Statutes, notice I.' hereby given avn.r and C. iys all 1 Limit one per coupon Customer I coupon. Customer pays all applicable NOTICE 2/214tpd 3/20
Ne .
i OFFER EXPIRES 3/31/ undersigned Charles W doing business a pays all applicable sales tax. I sales taxOFFEK. j NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday -

: I. Powell. joint owners, 'of Stork. Mini- j/sg a e OFFER EXPIRES 3/31/86 i EXPIRES 3/31/86 March 17, I9B6 at 10:00: o'clock NOTICE OF INTENTION
the firm name A.M.. the undersigned Gator
I Storage. Infends to register the aforesaid I 1 I I Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction Pursuant to Section 665.09, Florida
tltlau' name under I for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ,

1 statute. February, 1986. 1I Fla., one lot ol rltetrak consigned undersigned Douglas S. Miller, Rt. I,
i (This offer good only it store Dated this 2nd day of fIn I (This offer good only it tare (This offer good only it tore I to J.W. Manfing IGA. Bonllay, Fla., to Box 1087 Lowt.y, Fla. 32058. sole

j locitloii. lilted below) Bradford County. 2/204erlg3/13 ; locations lilted below) location lilted below) satisfy freight and storage charges, owner, doing business under the firm
t under the provisions ol Section 4b( ) of name of Lawtey farm Equipment Sales,

L ______________________.5._________________________________________________ e.________________________J Uniform Standard Gator Bill of lading. Rt. 1, Box 1087 Lawtey. Fla. 32058. Intends -
Freightways. to register said fictitious name
.. :tJ :yej: C:.<.SO Vt., ( T() ES ".'..SlAFe.: : '\\M C t. Nff:'( ;!! : e I sy (. :"' \ 'A'ck.S9ti:; ,' ( ,B.EA: ,t,:a "' fview: : loi'' Halls 0.12087411: dtd 12/30/85 Carrier under the aforesaid statute.

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David's Real Pit Bar-B-Que that sets it apart from other Bar-B-Que Harwood Brick Distributors Inc.
places and that makes it highly I
satisfactory. The
extreme care and
3302 N. E. 2nd Gainesville
thought that into the barbecue Street
goes preparing just right creates a
Gainesville : "barbecue place" to be visited regularly. Phone 377-1699

Their barbecue is really good. It is temptingly deliciously prepared in a
: most careful manner In a spotless, sanitary Kitchen. Harwood Brick Distributors are now in their new and larger l location at
,.: : "
> They also offer a catering service that is very excellent and will cater 3302 N. E. 2nd Street. They are always happy to serve their many friends
with personalized service. Any size party, family gathering, etc. So for and customers in the Starke area with Brick. Paving and Patio brick,
Business : your party plans call David and for the best Bar-B-Que go by soon. You'll masonry, fireplace materials, etc. Most people know they are furnishing
be glad you did. the brick for the downtown renovation.

Bud's 1/2 Price Commendable publicity and valuable advertising is given our com-
munity by progressive firm.
Review Archer Square Shopping Center The tendency to build better homes and buildings than in the olden days
3429 S. W. Archer Road Gainseville is very marked, as we are now building for the future. The beauty of
Phone 378-3415 brick construction as well as the latest qualities is constantly increasing
the demand and this industry has prospered beyond expectations.
The advantage of building with brick is self evident as it reduces the
Bud's 1/2 Price Bedding is now having their Spring sale. Now is a good cost of Insurance lasts forever, and the first cost is the last cost, as it requires -
time to buy that good mattress you have been needing so long. Save I no painting or up-keep and is fireproof.
money and get a good night's sleep. They have top name bedding. Twin, It may )be well to add that this one of the best equipped and one of our
full, queen and king size mattresses at affordable prices. Sealy mat bale conducted concerns, which have always found a large and ready
Spacevision Satellite Systems Inc tresses at the lowest prices.' .

A Quality Product Is Always Your Best Invest Vttt. They have sold quality bedding for some time featuring twin, full, The management of this well known company has had wide experience
1204 NW. 13th Suite queen and king in colors from different manufacturers, so you can sleep in the brick industry and has witnessed the advances In this field.
Street. ,4 cozy and comfortable the long nights ahead and wake up refreshed in the Through their wide experience and comprehensive knowledge of every
Gainesville Phone 377-5764 mornings with plenty of energy for the day's work or play before you. branch of the business they have kept thoroughly abreast of the times and
To sell bedding that has met with hearty approval to the people of this turn out a product with reputation for superior quality.
This firm is headquarters for Satellite SystemsRtA.Sales' section is within itself sufficient recommendations for Bud's 1/2 Price

Installation. They have rental systems weekly or monthly featuring Bedding.
Uniden-Fansat and many many more Satellite Television sy tertts at affordable There are few people in this area who are not familiar with the qualityand Chambers Mobile Home TransportPhone
prices. beauty of their mattresses. So go by soon and get that new mattressfor
These satellite systems enable you to pick up more statio '%\ than you the good night's sleep you need. 371-1212 Gainesville
ever dreamed of, makes cable TV obsolete and: it will pay for: itself in a
few years. If you buy a satellite stem now, you will enjoy Vny more Florida Food Service Inc. Chambers Mobile Home Transport is very popular with the people over
programs than you ever have. Their systems are the bet t f'nd their 317 N. E. 35th Ave.. Gainesville this section of the state as they offer a most modern motor home (also
prices are competive. Phone 372-3514 small buildings) moving throughout the southeast. They offer complete
Satellite TV comes direct from the best studio to the satellite n you, as tear down and set-up service. Their charges are very reasonable and it
clear as a studio monitor, with more choices than you ever reamed! has been conservatively estimated that they have saved the people of this
possible. You can see uncut and commercial-free movies tV latest Florida Food Service Inc. has served the grocery, restaurant and in- section of the state many dollars in moving mobile homes because their
sports, news and entertainment. You can even get direct al ass to the stitutional trades since 1948 with the finest and best in seafood, frozen prices are very affordable.
latest financial information just like a stockbroker. foods, dry groceries, paper products cleaning supplies and more. Chambers Mobile Home Transport is meeting with success as they
Just think of the pleasure you would get from one of their t IIAe quality Because of the great volume of business transacted through their extensive solve the mobile home moving problem, with no worry to the owner.
satellite systems. wholesale establishment, and because of their up-to-date business They know how to handle mobile homes and have the equipment to do the
methods and the high quality of products handled this well known concern job right. They are also insured
Gator Door and Supply Company has gained for this section a commercial prestige as an excellent marketfor There is no more satisfactory way of moving your mobile home. They
grocery restaurant and institutional firms that could be gained in no also do dozer work. So don't make a move until you call Chambers.
3009 NE 19th Drive. 3 blocks off Waldo Rd, other manner.

Gainesville Phone 357-8539 or 373-8497 The fact is that trade extends over all adjoining counties.
The Furniture
This firm began its career with the belief that success could be obtainedby Stop

Gator Door and Supply Company has locations to serve you. 3009 NE furnishing goods of quality upon a reasonable margin of proof. With Specialists in Sofas & Sleepers
19th Drive, Gainesville, St. Augustine and Brooksville. this method in mind, they proceeded upon their career upon the solid Butlar Plaza, Gainesville Phone 371-2661
line of all of doors foundation of good values.
They carry a complete types pre-hung 0190 a very
nice selection of trims and moldings, residential and commJltC'91.It Each department of this well known house is in charge of men
thoroughly conversant with wholesale conditions, while the managementis The Furniture Stop features a nice selection of sofas and sleepers at affordable -
is well-known fact that there is no institution in the corn |> rtruty that
) ) prices. In fact, this is a factory direct outlet where will find
'' in charge of men who have had wide experience in the buying world. you
has met with greater favor with the public than this well-know'tQatablish-
quality at the best dally prices in Gainesville. No seconds or flawed
ment. J. T. Greene Produce Inc. furniturejust lovely sofas, chair sets and sleepers you will be proud to
By reason of the fact that the management has had wide ef!hfirience in
every feature of this business and because of their comprehensive 1315 S. E. Veitch St., Gainseville own.The management welcomes you to come in and just browse around to :
knowledge of every branch of the trade, this establishment hPI!Continuedto Phone 372-4014 see their selection of furniture.
witness the increase in the number of their patrons. "There is no place like home"that old adage holds true, especially
This is the day and age when the public demand not only when it comes to sofas, etc. which the whole family can enjoy and which
J. T. Greene Produce Inc. specializes in wholesale fruits and
but the best in at reasonable Mces' .
magnanimous service, quality will contribute
to the comfort of all of the members of your family.
vegetables They give the best of service to restaurants, hotels,hospitals,
Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a wide experience! in Their sofas, chairs and sleepers are complete, and you will find a wide
schools and homes.
their particular field of endeavor, the management of this enterprising nursing of
variety beautifully styled sofas and sleepers in their store.
concern has been able to render a service to the people in them line' that is Being much wholesalers more attractive, they prices offer the than retail otherwise trade a would high be quality possible.of productat They They will be happy to show you around. Make it soon, you will be glad

distinctly satisfactory. provide a large stock for the people of the surrounding country to select you did. They are open Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 p,m., Friday 9
Jones Automotive from. a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p m.

Truly a valued business asset because of the high quality of products
I 1310 NW 23rd Blvd. Gainesville, FL handled they have gained for this section a commercial prestige of an excellent -
Gator Vans &
I Phone 327-0667 or 3762397I market for retailers that could be obtained in no other manner.If SuppliesYour
I you want anything in the fruit and produce line, telephone them or Complete Truck, Van & Accessory Store

I you want your vacation spoiled by an S.O.S. distress ca1 IOf\ course call at their establishment and when you've decided what you want, you 4502 N.W. 6th St., Gainesville Phone 3739673If
nol But you might be running a great risk if you have not f A, your car can depend on it that J. T. Greene Produce Inc will see that you get it.Lake's .

checked lately And with the price of automobiles so high it Fill\ Pay to let Uniforms you need supplies for your truck, van or RV, this is the place to see or
Jones Automotive check it over where factory trained specialists! :! can call because they have anything or everything in these lines In fact, this
serve you better. Their machanics are experts at spottirtS rnall problems 702 VV. University Ave., Gainseville is your complete truck, van and RV store.
which might escape you and grow up to big trouble i Snd repair Phone 377-9836 They also do customizing. If you want your van customized, see or call
bills. They give major and minor repairs, front end alignment, air conditioning : them because they can make it something special. Custom-made for you-

brakes, etc. and if you need tires, Jones Automotive ties a complete Lake's Uniforms is the place where most people from this area enjoy all it takes is a trip to their shop and let me know just what you want and
line of tires for auto truck etc. in all sizes Affordable
general van
need for van. Deluxe or they give discount prices to all.
before shopping Because they specialize in uniforms that are the finest and the your economy-
prices..So, before on vacation or the hot weathA Arrives let
you go best the market affords at affordable prices. Professional attire for men They can install captain's chairs and sofas, sun roofs, interior and ex-
them put a new set of General tires on car (sooner or lat@ you'll ownGeneral's
your r- and women such as Lab coats, restaurant apparel, industrial and career terior accessories. After you decide just what you want, then their ex-
). etc. They also carry accessories, name tags, etc., and you will perts will get to work and before you know it, you will have your van
Just remember death rides on smooth tires, and tire Ita intenance apparel hook professional in a uniform from Lake's uniforms. They only ready and waiting for you. They do total van customizing or they will sell
saves you gas. The road to Jones Automotive complete auto flairs is the top names from leading manufacturers, which are made to fit, out you what you want and need if you wish to do the work yourself..
true road to complete auto repairs and General tires that will] insure you of carry quality materials. So hurry on down and make your selections,not on- This is a business that requires experience and they employ only the
carefree motoring trips. ly of uniforms but also shoes that will make your day a little easier for you best. So go by or give them a call and your van will be ready for summer

because they are the best (SAS and Nurse Mates), which are not only fun.
Gainesville Beauty Supply popular with nurses,waitresses, etc., but everyone who walks a lot or just
wants neat looking, comfortable shoes. Go by soon. You'll be glad you Red Lobster RestaurantsMany
923 W University Ave., Gainesville did.

Phone 378-9395
W. G. "Buck" Johnson and Son
people dine at many places, but in the final analysis, they all
They have served the Gainesville area for ten years with A complete 2430 N. W. 73rd Place Gainesville wind up being steady patrons of Red Lobster Restaurants Here, indeed,
line of beauty supplies. They are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. J\cb..f'rl. and Phone 376-6219 is a seafood-lover's paradise. You can choose your own seafood platter or
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Pipeline Construction you may choose fresh (never frozen) fish. Grouper, red snapper,shrimp,
I They sell wholesale and retail and keep top quality lines plies. They are one of the formost dealers in beauty supplies to this sec So for a delicious seafood dinner you will never forget, dine at the Red
tion and carry only the best quality at all times at their! store and W. G. "Buck" Johnson and Son- pipeline contractors have served this Lobster where you will always find seafood and other food at its best.
warehouse. They keep in stock a vast supply of supplies such:" i"s a full line area for over a quarter of a century in pipeline construction. Water, Walking into the Red Lobster is like walking into paradise-food here is
of Posner and Lorna cosmetics, brushes, blow dryers, AifUng irons, sanitary and storm, free dirt and paving, also equipment rentals, bull- fit for a king and here you are treated as such. For the taste thrill of a
combs, shears, rollers, setting lotions, shampoos, and conditioners, hair dozers, backhoes, loaders. lifetime and a delicious meal you will never forget dine at Red Lobster
spray hair accessories and a complete line of perman ,vt* featuring This firm has built a reputation in the pipeline construction business and you get the best. Fine food, courteous service, and congenial at
Clairol, Wella, Loreal, Roux, Carefree Curl, World of Cur Jjtra( Sheen that brings them an ever increasing patronage. mosphere. Drop by for dinner where every guest is a V.I.P.
satisfied the best influence and
They early realized that a customer was
and more. recommendation to be desired and as a consequence, they are holding old
Owner Kevin Crosby will be happy to order any equipment you might ,
need So for the best beauty supplies, the best service, the heat! price goby customers and gaining new ones constantly.In The Possibility Shop
I or give them a call you will be glad you did, and if you tlthis write back of all the work done stands their own guarantee with of standard reliabilityand of Chohokka Blvd., Micanopy Phone 4664017If
in this section that has become synonymous a high
up with you when you visit them they will give you a 10 pefVht .

all merchandise. quality.Their practical experience and business connections enable them to you haven't browsed through the Possibility Shop you have missed a
render this complete service so that. the owners are not subject to any treat. Come on over and treat yourself to a trip through their lovely shop.
L&L Auto Electric & Repair delay. You will find a merry world of gifts in their shop at affordable prices.
This company has had much practical experience in the construction Their gift department Is always exciting and you will have to agree that
2425 SW 13th Street Gainesville field and is counted among those who are prominently mentioned with each gift was selected with emphasis on good taste, excellent value and
I Phone 374-6757 our great engineering progress. ideal appeal. They are known far and wide in this area. They are one of
the foremost dealers in glassware,jewelry, musical items, ceramics and
much more.They carry unusual Items that people are always looking for.
This is the place that most people see or call whey they need Smart shoppers are shopping The Possibility Shop because they know
Automobile Electric service because they offer expert j' pMr service they can find so many nice and unusual things at bargain prices. Get your
American and foreign cars, alternators, generators, and s'' Aers Theyare The Rancher Inc friends together and come on over. They will be happy to show you
truly Automobile Electric.So Your Complete Western Store around. Make it soon, won't you? You will be glad you did.
before you go on a trip or your vacation, let them gi your car in
first class shape. 4821 N. W. 6th St. (At 441), Gainseville

They are properly equipped and trained to efficiently handle> ( the work Phone 376-4595 Sun X of Gainesville
that needs to be done.

They feel that there is no one who offers a better service, than L&L by This complete western store has served this area since 1965 with quality 1120 S.W. 101st Street Gainesville
reason of the fact the management has had wide experience in every merchandise in all departments, and is the store where the people from Phone 332-0706
feature of the business. .
this area enjoy shopping for men, ladle's, student's and children s jeans,
Sincere dependable service along with a reputation of jtorior in all
western wear, hats, shirts, jackets, etc. All top name brands. for
phases of Auto Electric makes L&L Auto Electric and Red@ic i the one to The place to see or call for professional glass tinting business
This very progressive western store is more than a western store. It is home, or auto. Gerald Boward, owner, offers free estimates with no
see when you need alternator, generator or starter works, a store that has taken its place in the hearts of the people. People have obligation.Sun .

learned the lessons of commercial economy when shopping here. They X glass tinting is installed directly over factory clear or tinted
fully realize that the service shown here at the present time will be glass, gives you daytime privacy,is scratch resistant, can reduce heat by
Main Street Sleep Shop remembered in future years. The Rancher Inc. has selected its various 80%, glare by 82% and eliminate interior fade by 99% and heat loss 40%,
2436 N. Main St. (K-Mart Plaza) stocks with the one idea of giving its customers the greatest possible so you keep cooler In summer.
values. They carry a complete line of boots, the finest and best the They have built a reputation for their work that brings them an ever In-
Phone 377-7909
Gainesville market affords. Sizes up to 15 in men's boots and in ladies boots you will creasing patronage. They are considered authorities in glass tinting.
find fine fashion and western boots. They also carry guns, ammo, bows They have always employed in their firm only such workmen as they can
Main Street Sleep Shop is headquarters in this area for waist beds. The knives black powder, clothing and all types of accessories western andenglash depend on for professional work.It .
best water beds. The best quality. The best price. So why nat i< make the tack, home, cattle, pet and veterinary supplies and much more. is quite proper that we direct your attention to this professional firm
family happy with a new waterbed form Main Street Sleet) Shop. On your next shopping trip to Gainseville, include the Rancher Inc. and and their quality work. We wish to compliment Sun X of Gainesville for
They feature many styles In complete bedroom suits ft Solid wood- you will find it will pay you well.Superfleece. the high standing In the business world of glass tinting and on the efficiency -
waterbeds that are waveless,assuring you a quiet restful flights+ sleep. It of the concern they so ably direct.
helps blood circulation. They give amazing relief to chrome back pain. j

You will stay warm as toast in winter and cool in summe/, end lets you Sheepskins Powell's Beauty Academy 1
feel refreshed in the morning.The .
management welcomes you to come in and just broWe around and 1605 N.W. 6th St. (Corner NW.16th Ave.) 219 NW. 10th Ave.
see their waterbeds, stretch out and try each style and select Ute one that Gainesville, Fla. Phone 371-7638 Gainesville Phone 378-2766 :
you feel is Just right for you. i,
get rid of all the old out dated mattresses and sleep) the ernDavid's .
way yJust give it a try and make it soon. You will be gl4ou did. If you are in the market for sheepskin and want really soft genuine Powell's Beauty Academy is one of the leading beauty schools In
sheepskin, this is the place to see or call. They have a large selection in Florida. Catherine Powell is owner.
stock, such as bed and waterbed pads and covers, steering wheel covers, They offer a complete training course In beauty culture. This is a
wash mitts, etc. They have teddy and panda bears in stock also, which highly profitable career as witnessed by the thousands of women who daily -
Real Pit Bar-B-Que make great gifts.If visit beauty salons. When attending this school, you learn of all these
516 N. W. 23rd Av., Gainesville you need seat covers, the best and finest the market affords are cool fascinating aspects of the beauty salon business under the direct supervision ;
Phone 373-7499 in summer and warm in winter and will make your long and short trips of experts of many years of experience after a short period of time
more pleasurable. Don't recover your seat. You will recover from the under actual working conditions. You are doing work on regular
North Carolina, Tennessee StyleIf heat if you will let them install genuine sheepskin seat covers. If you have customers and to your amazement, you feel you have finally attained
had Superfleece Genuine Sheepskins on your car once, you will never be your life's work. Many former students of this reputable, highlcredited
like barbecue will love David's Real Pit Barbie. They sell happy with any other. beauty school now own their own salons and are making more than they
by the you sandwich or by you the pound-beef and pork. Also rib/ and chicken. Superfleece Sheepskin has a splendid reputation for their fine sheepskin ever dreamed of This is a highly successful business where billions of
so bring the family and friends for really delicious seat covers at affordable prices. For the best in Genuine SuperfleeceSeat dollars are spent annually. So, call or write today for free courteous Information -
Specials barbecue dally sandwlches, barbecue chicken or rib plates. Order a few Covers and sheepskin for your every need, give them a call or go by. this is Indeed an opportunity for nearly all who desire to learn
pounds to take home with you because there is something special about You will be glad you did. and make way above average earnings.

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Nina's Nook Furniture Marcel's French Cuisine

818 W. University Ave., Gainesville 1218 N Main St., Gainesville HOW! THE FAMILY?

Phone 377-6700 Phone 377-6037

by Rev. Ed Kirkland
For a delicious meal, will forget dining at this fine
If you are in the market for furniture and bedding, you are in luck restaurant. They feature the you finest of never French cuisine. Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
because Nina's Nook is having a desperation sale to raise cash. You can
This is classic Time
restaurant size Spending
a no matter what the or scope of the Together
buy with a savings from 25 to 75 percent so come on down and take advan- restaurant 'it is still
a matter of the small details, the personal service
tage of this great offer which ends April 1 on bedroom, living room dining and the authenticity of cuisine. Unique is one word for this restaurant. Whenever 1 have a couple come to me who are planning to get married, I
room, mattresses and much more. ask them to take a relationship inventory. This gives them a more objective
With items
so many on menu find just what want in the
can you
When you are contemplating furnishing your home or any part of your finest of French cuisine. you look at how each views the relationship as a whole by dividing it into specific

home, it will pay you to go by Nina's Nook and look over the offerings of Their name is a familiar name to the people of the country over and Is categories. One of those. categories is for social activities they share in com-
this establishment. have solid wood furniture mon.
They quality recognized of the in this
as one great places to dine area.
finished or unfinished, even if you are looking for just one or more oldpieces. People who live in this area take their family and friends to this fine Almost always, they score extremely high in this particular area. The
They have just what you want in top quality furniture that is dining room and a knowledge of good food spreads. Plan to dine here soon reason for this is very simple. Couples usually meet in a social setting, or
spend the majority of their time in social find
American made. together a setting each comfor
for a delicious meal you will never forget and where every guest is aV.L. table.If .
Prices are always consistent with the market. They will feature you a P.
savings over stores in larger cities because of cheaper overhead and will you remember, chances are your relationship began much thesame
give you the same top quality wood furniture, such as living room, dining Scan Design Shop way. There were common interests which drew you closer to each other.You
room, sofas, sofabeds, children furniture.. spent hours just talking or being together doing things you both enjoyed.
If it hardly possible for us to give you a concrete idea of the excellent Corner N.W. 43rd St. & 16th Blvd. Everything was going along just great-then you got married.Chances are
stock they carry or the top quality offered at affordable prices. Gainesville Phone 378-5565 that if you've been together for any length of time you do good just to
Remember, this is the firm "where friendship is valued highly." It is remember each others first names, must less actually spend time together.
our pleasure to direct your attention to Nina's Nooktop quality woodfurniture. Gift shopping is not difficult if you go to the right placeScan Design After all, bills must be paid, and the children have to be fed. Besides
everybody knows you each need your own time with the "boys" or"girls"as
Shop in Gainesville It Is the ideal place to shop because they specialize in the case maybe.
I gifts that are both practical and unusual, gifts in all prices ranges also. ,
No I'm not to tell
going that entitled to friendsor
and you you are never your own
beautifully wrapped free of
Live Oak Mobile Home Sales charge.
You will revel in their selections of dinnerware, stainless steel to pursue interests that you enjoy all by yourself. But, you cannot always
6502 SW Archer Rd., Gainesville teakwood hostess accessories, art'vases, stemware, wine racks.soapsand seek gratification with someone besides the person you married. After all,
once upon a time felt like just couldn't live without
Phone 378-0611 comestibles and much more. you you them, didn't you?
Here you will find some really exquisite gifts for Aunt Katherine, Sister Let me make a very simple suggestion; Whatever you enjoyed while you
were dating, the most important is It
And if
you enjoyed together. you
This firm is locally owned by Charles and Jackie Hooper and their son Ruth or to absorb.In Marti, .the bride to be, with a price your purse will not find difficult plan to remain married much longer, you better find something you can do
Chuck. They feature many name brands of mobile and manufactured together now.
fact, almost anything one could want in the of lovely gifts be
homes, open 7 days way Maybe you're saying to yourself, "Yea. I'd like to do that, but who can af-
What could you buy your family that would please them more than found here. Scan Design Shop has planned well for you now and all year, fort it?" we've been programmed to think we have to spend a fortune to
else Ah! That's what I thought would new mobile and you can rest assured you will always find the perfect gift even for the have fun- that's
anything you saya j just not true. Go out on a picnic, or to the mall for a dessert.
home from Live Oak Mobile Home Sales, They have a large selection of person who has everything. Maybe you enjoyed swimming! together or going to the movies. Those thingsare

singles and doubles, financing available. Prestige Lincoln Merkur Inc. still available and if you re careful, you won't have to spend a lot of
This concern offers you the best in mobile homes and invited you to see money (go to a matinee, for example).
their display. In owning a mobile home, there is never a landlord problemand 2201 N. Main St., Gainesville If a sitter is the problem, find some friends you can swap off time with. Let
you can play your radio as loud or low as you desire and have your Phone 3724251Wouldn't them keep your children one night, you keep theirs another. Chances are,
midnight snack if you want it. You are as comfortable as if you were in they would be just as glad to have the chance to get away as you would.
the finest house in town, as these mobile homes are well insulated. Their The main point is thisMAKE AN EFFORT. Separate worlds and
right now be an ideal time to thrill the family with a new Lin-
air conditioning and heating systems are, you might say, perfect. coln separate interests are good and have value. But,if you're not careful you can
Electric refrigerators and the best of stoves, hot water systems and two Town Car, Mark VII, Mercury, Merkur? end up sharing a house without sharing a life. And you may just wake up one
or three baths and one to four bedrooms. You have more storage space Here indeed are cars that will please the family for years to come. Just morning and realize you're married to a stranger. Don't let that happen to
than you have in an ordinary house In fact, a mobile home is an ideal wait until you sit at .the wheel of your new Lincoln, Mercury, or Merkur. you. Go do some things together againsoon..
home, furnished completely in every detail with the finest of everything. Drive one yourself thrill to their many new features..snappier get- By the way, don't sit around forever waiting on your partner to ask you to
Come in today and let them show you the better way of living- new away, livelier response, smooth all around performance and gas saving go out. If you want to be with them then speak up. U you're too shy to dqthatOur
mobile home which can be bought on terms. qualities. This last feature alone could spell instant approval, but this is then han them the paper and say, "Read this, it's written for us!"
only one of the many features that will convince you of that.
Dysons Cabinet & Millwork Inc. Take a glance at the interior! You will be delighted at its fine appoint-
ments. It's smartly upholstered, deep cushioned seats that assure you The centurlei-old ritual of women bringing -
2923N.E. 20th Way, Gainesville miles of travel comfort. Before you decide, compare with other cars in its rich dowries to a marriage Is
Phone 375-3542 price class. You'll be surprised at the slight difference in cost and amazedat next super pest may be Mighty somewhat common among human., but
the difference in automobiles. Why not stop in for a demonstration? Moth. The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture In the animal kingdom. It's the male who
They do new work and remodeling solid oak and other fine woods, quality Make it soon, you'll be glad you did! report that alter four generation, the bears the gifts before mating. According
customer cabinetry, modular systems, European cabinets. Visit their Indian meal moth a pat In grain allot to International Wildlife magazine lady
showroom. Brittany's Fine Jewelry has become reilltont to the b.d-known spiders can expect a large ball of silk

This cabinet shop has a splendid reputation in this section of the state 2441 N.W. 43rd St., Gainesville moth-killing bacterium .ay. Int.rnawhil.. a female katydid I. allowed to
for the expert work done to your specifications. They feature custom Thornebrook Village Phone 372-4640 tional Wildlife magazine. feast on her mat:s hind legs.
made cabinets. Their work is noted for its superior craftsmanship and for
the high grade of materials used. Estimates are given free of charge, so
telephone them when you have work of this nature to be done. Shop Brittany's Fine Jewelry for a wonderland of diamonds and other
Their prices are fair and their promptness in turning out satisfactorywork gems arranged in the most tasteful settings. Fine jewelry, repair, ALVAREZ PLUMBING
and semi-precious stone replacement, custom ,
has won them an enviable reputation.This precious jewelry your
shop is modern and well equipped, and takes a personal pride in gold or theirs. Precious stones are just a beginning. You will also find
every piece of work turned out. This firm realized that a satisfied pendants, chains, watches and much more. 964-5219 964-43121
They also offer fine jewelry Owner Donnie Blanton has had over
customer means more customers for them and as a consequence, are repair. or
gaining new ones every day and a reputation for fine cabinet work that is ten years experience in fine jewelry repair. Complete in-house service
spreading in this section. with a complete jewelry repair department on the premises. Donnie is
This establishment will design cabinets for you or will build from your equipped to create any custom jewelry idea you may imagine. Chain Complete Plumbing Service
specifications. soldering, sizing, reconditioning, engraving, etc.
Brittany's Fine Jewelry Store offers the quality full-service jewelry P Sewer
work, guaranteed. Bring your design for a beautiful engagement or Cleaning

Gator Surplus & Hardware cocktail ring or any custom jewelry work, sizing, or repair. You will be Q Water Heaters
glad you did I
325 N.E. 23rd Ate across from KlIartGaines'ille C i, All Plumbing Fixtures
Phone 372-4224 The Wine and Cheese Gallery "
5' : Commercial
113 N. Main St., Gainesville .. ",
Gator Surplus & Hardware is the place where most people from this Phone 372-8446 > "1:: Industrial

area enjoy shopping because they know they can save money and find .
just what they want in military clothing, boots, camping gear, rain gear The Wine & Cheese Gallery is the place where most people from this tJ Residential "

electrical. & plumbing supplies, tarpaulins, hammocks, knives and muchmore. area enjoy shopping for wine, cheese, etc. This type of shopping is not difficult Ptfmps &'flepalrs". .
if you go to the right place. The Wine & Cheese Gallery is the placeto Owen Alvarez Owner lkt.m
This modern, progressive firm offers an excellent service to the '
peopleof shop for imported cheese and meats, delicious chocolate croissants,
able this section. Their prices are always right, and the firm is under very coffee, fruit tarts, pates, crackers, wines and beers, because they
management. specialize in the best the market affords at affordable prices.
There is no one firm that has done more for this section. They carry a The management makes certain that he will always have a large stock Dave Barber's Paint & Body Shop
large stock of practically everything in this line. The experience of the for you at all times. They offer a complete gift box service. You can
management has enabled them to offer the best of stock 310 NW 6th Street. Gainesville
very grade and choose what you want and you can rest assured you will be more than
this enables them to give the trade a service that has Phone
no superior pleased and the person who receives it will be delighted. 376-5331
They are familiar with their line of business and by experience have If you are planning a party, give them a call. They have an extensive
learned the features that are conducive to success. During the time they wine collection, individually designed fresh fruit tarts
canapes Dave Barber's
specialists will turn total
wreck into
have been business repair your a model
in they are therefore able to offer the people the
very vegetables cheeses etc.
automobile. Specialists have the expertise to rebuild nearly auto,
best and the any
quality most .
accommodating serviceBrasington's For the finest food, the finest wines, for you and your party, give them a good as new, and sometimes better Old or new, foreign or domestic,
call. You'll be glad you did. your cars body is repaired quickly and efficently at Dave Barber's Paint
& Body Shop.
Trail Shop, Inc. Serving the area for years, this body shop has gained the respect of
2331 NW 13th St.. (Hwy4Jl N), Albertsons Plaza Alachua Marine thousands of motorists by providing quality work at a fair price. Only the

Gainesville, FL 4031 N.VV. 6th Street Gainesville finest mechanics are employed here assuring costomers the highest
quality work in the area. Dave Barber's Paint & Body Shop also matches
Phone 372-0521 Phone 373-7862 paint tone to perfection. The paint specialists are experts for matching

colors, and can restore the brutal effects of time and elements.
Shopping for Travel, Camping, Canoeing, Backpacking, Kayaking, Alachua Marine is the place where most people from this area buy their If you have been smashed lately, need a new paint job, visit Dave
Family Camping and Climbing equipment is not difficult if you go to the boats and trailer parts because they are one of North Central Florida's Barber's Paint& Body Shop for complete auto painting and body repairs.
right place Brasington's Trail Shop is the right place to see or call (their largest dealers. Specializing in insurance claims this is a good placed to bring your car.
toll free number 1-800-251-4073)). Because they carry a complete line for They handle only the best, such as Bayliner boats, Glastron boats, Mer-
all your needs in these lines, and in all price brackets too. Here you will cury outboards, Yamaha outboards Ranger Bass, Fisher Marine, Scott
find just what you want at affordable prices This is where most people in Craft and more. They have a boat to suit the price of every purchaser. Thornbrook Chocolates
this area make their selections Putting customers behind the wheel of a dependable fun boat has made Thornbrook Village, 2441 N.W.43rd St.
Brasington's Trail Shop Inc. has planned well for you now and all year. Alachua Marine a sure bet. They also have a nice selection of pre-owned Gainesville Phone 3710800If
It's a well-known fact there is no firm in Florida that has met with greater boats at affordable prices. They invite you to come by and shop or
favor with the public than this well known firm. By reason of the fact, the browse.
management has had wide experience in every feature of the "Trail Shop They also carry a complete line of accessories, trailer parts. If you you haven't browsed through and tasted Thornbrook Chocolates, you
Business" and because of their knowledge of every branch of the trade. need repairs, see their complete service department for dependable ser have missed a treat. They are Oh! so delicious I
They have continued to witness the increase in their number of patrons.So vice. You will find factory trained mechanics. This firm operates one of our foremost candy manufacturing stores and
if you are in the market for Travel, Camping Climbing, and Canoe- While here, don't fail to look over their line of water skis. They even are producers of high grade chocolates which have been of such high
ing equipment, go by and shop or browse. Shop also for Boy Scout and rent skis. So for boats, accessories, service, water skis, see or call uniform quality that the demand for Thornbrook Chocolates has spreadfar
Girl Scout's clothing, books and equipment as they are distributors for Alachua Marine. and wide.
everything for the Girl Scouts & the Boy Scouts. This is a real live-wire store producing fine chocolatelong stemmedcordials
etc., which can be purchased in their store. They will have bun-
nies and baskets for Easter.
Gator Auto SalesN. Tina's Fine Fashions This is a prominent and public spirited firm owned and managed by
Thornebrook Village! Gainesville Maureen Jacks which has spared no time nor expense to give you the
Main St. at 23rd Ave. across from K-Mart Phone 375-1847 best. This is your local candy manufacturer. It has the best equipment,
Gainesville Phone 378-1477 most expert candy-makers and gets its chocolate and other Ingredientsfrom
the markets known for fresh, pure and wholesome products.Go .
Tina's Fine Fashions feature fashions for the style conscious woman. by soon for a taste or a pound, and don't forget to pick up your
Smart auto buyers are shopping here because they know there are "No When it comes to smartness in ladies wear:, Tina features the finest in Easter Basket or Easter Bunny.
Gimmicks"- just good cars at good prices. ladies wearing apparel.. You will find distinctive clothes by top designers,
Good' pre-owned cars are growing more popular every year because of in all the new colors and styles, dresses from morning through dinner.
the high price of a new car, and at Gator Auto Sales, you can find such You will find here the newest suits that seem to be made just for you- Twin Lakes Fish Camp
good looking cars. You can hardly tell them from a new one. We feel sure just for "your trip", business or school. You choose from this section's S.R. 3251 One Mile North of Cross Creek
you will find lots of models very adequate for your own special needs, that best selection of fine fashions when shopping here in all the newest Micanopy Fla. Phone 466-3191
it will be very easy for you to make a selection. fabrics and styles. ,
You are invited to come in and look them over. Plan to give the family You will also find a complete and interesting collection of skirts,
a good car this spring, or that son or daughter in high school or college-tor( blouses, sweaters, pants, tops, shorts, belts, bags, swimsuits and much Spring is here and it won't be long until summer so when you want to
the car you have been promising yourself). more. get away from it all and go fishing, you will find Twin Lakes Fish Camp is
Just imagine how happy they will be to learn you were able to find one This spring and every spring, fashion-wise, price-wise ladies come to a good place to go. They have a nice camp ground with showers and hook
at such a good price. At Gator Auto Sales-N. Main Street at 23rd Avenue Tina's Fine Fashions for chic clothing unsurpassed in quality. Come in ups. They also have nice, clean, comfortable cottages, boats, motors,
across from K-Mart, Gainesville, Florida. and select your "special occasion" wardrobe now while selections are bait and tackle guide services if desired, so you will be comfortable and
most complete. Feel snug and look sharp in clothes from Tina'a Fine free to just fish or go boating in a spot where Mother Nature has lavishedher
Fashions. beauty and where it is quiet and peaceful.
Atelier of Berner Interiors
Amy There is no fish camp that offers a better spot, a better cottage or better
Member of American Society of Interior Designers price than Twin Lakes

1628 N.VV.Phone 6th St.3728440You Gainesville A Bartlett Roofing and Repairs Quality Transmission Service

4923 N. W. 6th Street. Gainsville 20 NE Waldo Road at University

are unique,.. shouldn't your home be? Why should your home, Phone 372-7216 Gainesville Phone 378-3740 1
rooms, or windows look like everyone else's when Amy Berner can make
your home something special with something custom-made for you. A Bartlett Roofing has served North-Central Florida since 1972. This Is where the people from this area take their car for transmission
Custom draperies, wall coverings, blinds, vertical and horizontal, verosa do residential, commercial, and industrial work featuring shingle built service. One day service, in most cases. They give free towing with
window shades, roller and pleated, custom designed tufted area rugs, and up, asbestos, slate, tile and wood shakes roofing.'They are certified roof- rapairs and Nationwide warranty. They repair standards and ,
much more. ing contractors no. Rd; 0622881 If you want the best, give them a call. automatics, American and foreign cars. They are open 6 days,Mon.-Frl.,
All it takes is a visit, so Amy Berner can get to know you,your taste and When you need a roof and want the best, remember to call only a from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
personality, and the look you want your rooms to have. Then her experts reputable, Qualified expert. Call this firm. These skilled experts use only They rebuild, replace, repair transmissions for any make or model
will get to work. If it's draperies she will help you choose from the hun- quality roofing and each job is handled by an expert roofer. automobile.
dreds of designer fabrics and styles that will harmonize with your walls, The folks at A. Bartlett Roofing are indeed experts roofers with years of This concern features a complete transmission service making their
rugs or carpets. She will put professional seamstresses on the job produc- experience in the roofing business. They are licensed and insured. establishment the repair shop of transmission, the shop of good service in
ing the flawless draperies and window treatments that your windows Their business was founded on honesty, integrity, using only quality this section of the state.
deserve. They won't stop there, either; they will make the installation materials, and workmanship. In their repair department, they have in charge able and efficient
themselves and make sure you are perfectly happy with the result.That's Readers, do not trust your roofing needs to Inferiors. A friendly transmission specialists and are backed by vast facilities which enables
: what custom draperies by Amy means... Draperies that are yours alone. representative will assist you in every way. them to rebuild, repair or replace any transmission, no matter what the
I Do you deserve any less. Remember quality materials, workmanship, and know how- these are trouble may be in a most satisfactory manner.
Amy Berner can also decorate your home, business or office. Open the services you are assured when you call A. Bartlett Roofing In So if you are having problems, it will pay you to see them or call. You
11:30 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Monday through Friday. Gainesville. will i be glad you did.


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72 BHS Students Inducted Into National Honor Society

Seventy-two Bradford High secretary Joy Vellenga on service, The National Honor Society is the count tven more than than when I the Admissions Committee of the Illinois start now in your studies to
students with at least a Baverageand treasurer Jamie Carver on leader- highest achievement a student can was fulfilling my edcucational College of Optometry.. "While achieve the best grades you can to
chosen because of their scholar- ship, and chaplin Chuck Coburn on attain while in high school Schlof endeavors. reviewing records for acceptance into reach your goals in the future.
ship, service, leadership and character. President Rusty Nail let man said."Many. Just this year the Board of the freshman class each year, I "Once again, I want to congratulate -
character were inducted Feb. 6 into the main candle for the ceremony. times you will hear that Regents of the state college system saw how grades have greatly in each and every one of you
the National Honor Society. "It is with a great deal of pleasure grades are important.: Believe me, once again raised the standard for creased. With competition as hardas for attaining this goal. Be proud out
and pride that I have been chosen to they are," said the Starke optician. acceptance into college in the Stateof it is, we even went as far back as and encourage your friends and
"The National Honor Society is the speak to you the new inductees into "Just a few years ago I was a stu- Florida, Schlofman pointed out. high school records in choosing the peers to strive for membership,
highest achievement a student can the Bradford High School National dent. After 20 years of education in When earning his Doctor of Op- best candidates. too," Board Member Schlofman
attain. This is really only one of Honor Society," School Board my life, I must say I know grades do tometry Degree, Schlofman sat on "As you see by this example y" avid!

many achievements, but a very big Member Schlofman told the group. ,
step to your future lives" School "To be just a small part of a young ,. : -- ,.--.,
Board Member Len SChloCman, the student's education is and always '
featured speaker, told the 72 inductees will be exciting to me.
and some 200 parents present "Too see young people achieve to ; IZ I l lJ
for a candlelight ceremony in their maximum efforts and being accepted ti ,
the BHS auditorium. into such a high honor not on- :
Each of the officers gave a speechon ly pleasures myself, but also the
a characteristic of an Honor other members of the school board.
Society member, Vice-President They, along with myself, congratulate .
Sherri I Harrell on scholarship, you. 'r

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Blinn advised that it would be all Edwards made a motion to continue
right to continue sales to the town, Blinn's services, and was secondedby
since Carroll is not the purchasing Davis. The motion carried.
agent, and has not instructed any Other visitors to the council
town employees to purchase for his meeting were Jeanette Prescott, a
store. Bhnn further advised Carrollto part-time town employee; Joe
refrain from voting to award any Robinson and Mrs. C.J. Stalnaker.



(from page 1 A) dumped.
The clay layer is higher on the LJ
able to withdraw its request to have lower end of the dumping site, and :
the present landfill repermitted, and '
that area can't be dug as deeply as !
operate for another year. under a the current area. That is the main ,+
DER consent order. reason Darabi cited for saying the
"He's the engineer," said Green,
landfill won't last than "
more a year. c ( ;Y
who had estimated the landfill will
last two years, but who said March 3he's lgi,g3'
Engineer Darabi says it is impossible -
inclined to accept the engineer'sestimate.
to buy liability Insurancefor

It is a waste of money to go for less environmental engineers, so he
must be indemnified the
by county
than five said
a year program, for this work.
engineer Darabi about extending the
life of the present lanfill. Only effective -
way to extend the life of the Under new DER rules the county
landfill would be to "high rise" it, also needs trained personnel
meaning raising the level of the operating the landfill} Darabi said.
landfill. That would be expensive Different types of refuse should be
because of the cost of hauling in dirt separated, and an inspector shouldbe
to cover the refuse, plus a power line on hand to make certain the dif
is in the middle of the area where the ferent kinds of refuse are dumped in Sophomore Inductees of the National Honor Society...

high rise would be placed. The the proper area, and to make sure no !Members of the BUS Sophomore Class inducted in the National Honor Top rowShannon Ah"IIII'od)' Barnhill, Eric Packham, Robert
refuse is covered from dirt dug illicit material, such as chemicals is
now Society are (1-r): Thorpe. Kick KimutK, Alison he)'.
from the hole in which the refuse is introduced into the dump. First row- Dale Cassels, Jody Brown Dennis Glover Charles !Not present for photo: :Mike Barber Robert Boone, Jamey Carver, Hal

Hamilton, Jason Brown. Davis, Felicia Davis Todd Cilleimaters, Andra Hampton, Deanna
Second row- Esther Martin, Lisa MosleyJoy Vellenga, Stephanie Miller, Gezne Murphy Robert :Norman; !Nicole Palin Chris Powell,
Walkways Top HE Listfrom O'Steen, Mindy Hersey, Jennifer Brown, Cindy Wood, Sondra Green. t\ngt'18pcll, Richard Taylor.SUPER .

( Page 1A) they move fo the high school in the

ninth grade.
liE Left Out...? The state recommends grades k-5

Board Member Rodney Hall, who in all elementary schools, and 6-8 in
lives in the Theressa, said HE has middle schools, said Board Member
not gotten its top priority on the Becker
"want list" in the past few years, Chairman Parrish from the S'IAR
that he feels the school is being left Brooker area, said the school boardis
trying to get a uniform course
out.The last time HE got its first system, where 7th grade science
priority was two years ago when the would be the same at each school.
new cafeteria was built, pointed out Mrs. Becker pointed out there will -
Chairman J.T. Parrish. still be a lack of science equipmentat
Supt. Duncan said the the outlying schools. THE
maintenance money didn't extend The grade groupings should be
far enough to get to the outlying uniform, said HE parent Judy Ar- OFFICE
school this year. The carpet installation chey. If the board moves the 7th
and the new walkways at Starke grade from Brooker to the middle ce-; ,, SHOP .
Elementary have exhausted most of school, it should move those at HE
the maintenance dollars, the and LE. An overcrowding situation t IIOW.CaiISt.
superintendent said. But the left pushed the board into moving BE 964.5764StarkeFlo.
over and most dangerous items have seventh graders into the middle .

been hit a. lick. school, said Supt. Duncan. := t ar

I Roof Leaks... The shift looks better this year & :r=-- ... .
I Minor leaks in the roof and around Supt. Duncan pointed out, because H9L
doors at HE remain, but the leak there are only 14 seventh graders at
from the conditioners on the roof HE. But, he asked, where would the I ,
I has been fixed, said Operation middle school put the 55 from LE? I'', .

Director Lennard Register. If the The small outlying schools come I'o.! ..
\ A/C units were still a problem the -
up short on related arts but have a
roof would be leaking all the time. better pupil-teacher ratio then the --
Mrs. Kyle said there has not beena middle school, pointed out Assistant s
heavy rain since she's been at the Supt. Dewey McKinney who has _

school. been principal at BE, LE, and BMS. dhallllduil
Mrs. Kyle publicly thanked For instance, asked McKinney, ?
Register for his assistance at HE. would the 870 BMS students with 703

eight computers get more time on
7th Grade to BMS...? the machine than 180 HE students
Bankers Box .
A lengthly dicussion, with no decision with three machines? _

centered around moving the Supt. Duncan pointed out a band Liberty Storage BoxesEasy
to the middle school.
seventh grade used visit HE but the Acco
instructor to
boxes make and Double-
HE students are being shortchanged interested dropped off to two or to set up filing storage simple.
in extracurricular activities three students. It still is possible fora walled, one-piece construction. Tie down cover, retractable sure Anti-Glare
available at the middle school, suchas student who wants to take band to grip handle. 250 Ib test fiber board. Sizes are inside dimensions.
band, four parents pointed out. transfer to BMS, it was pointed out. Filter
$6 55
Will the transfer be possible Reg ea 519
asked Debbie Broome By grade, the 185-enrollment at NOWLegal End eye strain blurred vision dizziness and
anytime soon, HE is K 30 Gr. 1.27 Gr.2.19 Gr. Letter 12"Wx 10-1/4"Hx24"L DES-11
: terminal headache Filler reduces unwanted
has been talk for two
or who three said there years about moving the 3 23, Gr. 4-24, Gr. 5-32, Gr. 6 15, Reg $7 20 ea 569( reflected light and Improves contrast Includes
Gr. 715. .
seventh grades to BMS. Chairman Supt. Duncan said nobody will 15"Wx10-1/4"Hx24'L DES-12 NOWBankers sell' adhesive mounting clips
Parrish said he didn't know when IBM PC. 10-1/2"W 7.71S"H
that 30 students too
are .
such a transfer would be possible. argue many Box OS! S55??
for a kindergarten class. Teacher 11-1/18'Wi 8-1/2-H Reg $29 95 ea
"Our kids are being punished, said, however, that the K class has a Economy Storage BoxesTHS DS555x/'
said Mrs. Broome. second adult present when Apple 118 Apple III.
"They don't get here what they get classwork is being done The answer to low-cost record storage. Tote handles, lift-off lid 12.'IIS"W. S.7/S"ti 1995
at the middle school," said Mrs. and large labeling area. Sizes are inside dimensions. Single- os.'.v;'',"' NOW

Vicki Crews. Pay Your Way... walled construction, 200 Ib test fiber board. 65
HE aide Sheila Padgett, who has a Reg $3 ea 269Letter
son in the middle school, said the Sensitive about the charge that the 12"W x 10"H x 24"L DE5.701 NOW
work at BMS is easier than at HE. small outlying schools do not pay
Mrs. Broome pointed out Lawtey their own say, the HE parents askedif Reg. $395 ea 289
Elementary has both band and com the board could redistrict and put Legal' 1S"W x 10"H x 24"L DE5.702 NOW I
Board Member more students at HE.
Judy puter Becker, who lives in Lawtey, That's possible, and may be looked Reg $2 55 ea 189
said there are still problems, that at, school officials said. It might Letter/Legal 12"W x 10"H x 1S"L DE5.703 NOW
students from outlying schools must become necessary if the sixth and .
make adjustment when going into seventh grades are transferred to
an the middle school. Then HE would
grade then
BMS in the eighth
another adjustment follows when need more K-5 students. .
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Junior Inductees of the National Honor Society...
The following members of the BUS Junior Class were Inducted Into the
s National Honor Society They are (l-r):
l h } 1 sl First row- Audrey Pierce. Denna Cox Stacy Shuford, Carrie Foster
Is Sherri llarrell, Pam Willlngham.
Second row-Chuck Coburn Brad Green.Greg Wiggins Eric Starling,
w' ; I Shaun Schmidt. Mitch Starling.Not .
present for photo: Stephen Akridge Shllynn(Chaff Suzanne Dyal
I Barbara Green Melissa Miller, Ricky Moore, Cynthia Parado, Logan
Ricks, Stephanie Sams, Ann Starling Tammy Thomason, Ruthl Under.
v' \ If I1-7/h wood, Anna Ward.

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Senior Honor Society Inductees...
Honor Society Officers at BUS...
1985.86 Senior inductees of the Bradford High Second rowKaren Martin, Larrj Barnhill Kellie'
I Officers of the !National; Honor Society at Bradford High are (I-r): Chuck Coburn chaplain; Jamie Chapter of the National Honor Society are (I-rl): Baldwin, Rusty Nail Sharon Martin.
Carver treasurer; Joy\ellenga, secretary; Sherri llarrell, \ice-president; Rusty Nail, president. First rowAllison Denmark Tracy Clark. Erika Not present for photo: Marsenna BranU!.'.,', Theresa
Gruen, Lynn Holtzendorf. McCollum. Mike Uo\\I!.')'.

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Starke Center of Santa Fe Community project and thus far has donated \ + ..I K oJ< 1"v'-yk,, 1 : :i, '4Ji : J'J' :" '''' '"
College will be held at 2 p.m. this over $477,000 to the current total of ,-<" ::1"lf.t"' .." 1'j't'; : :\ :\ ik' )\' "' :.., tJII. ) _
Saturday, March 15, at the historic gifts and pledges of $871,563. Major I:' \ ;r;' r '" )0 ; : ,\: ; Ji /,,:... ;. I t ..'
1902 Bradford County Courthouse on contributions include from ..'l, I'" l. ( : \ .
$100,000 foIt.r4''p'1 # '
West Call Street. the Florida National Bank of Starke, 1 r.,) '"'" '.' ",.'. ", ,';l''t"4..M' \ ... ......: .,.!IIJ."., "' ," ,:i\ft'\ ', :,,' ,"' "H I ,. ,.. / ;
Florida State Commissioner of $50,000 from the Community State : ;'i.t' :' t'I.; \\'dt.:, (r\( ." I '\ ""JIo oJ :y. '' '. ,,,', ', "2)
Bank of Starke, and $50,000 from the ,'f-j \" 1,<' '; : 'j'-r.\: '\i'q ) }
Ralph Turlington, and ;
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Starke missioner native of Agriculture Doyle Conner since, Com-1960, Authority Bradford, $20,000 County from Development the DuPont ,,,,.. .",.,:. ..iifJ\ ., '.':;Tlii; ',''''t'' ''''..gPlRotary : :""/I" \""A" ;i,\.ii' "J. "t). ,i "If..., ,.,);',111,lt[ .,. I_,..",.'J"'". ....',;' : t"I'I' ., ;-;...... ,; ..
will be featured dedication Company, $20,000 from AD. Davisof : f.\I\"i'nt f\I" \ ", '.........- >,, "!.:.:...
speakers, along with Guy Andrewsof Jacksonville, $20,000 from Evelyn -
Starke. Griffin, $11,509 from Lillian Stump,
$10,000 from the Bradford County Gives $5,000 to SFCC I
The public is invited to attend the Telegraph, Rebecca Bradford
dedication and tour the new Center $8,000, First Baptist Church $7,000,
I during the Open House following the E, L. Matthews $5,000, Riverside
As part of its Community Serb ice Program, the Starke Rotary Club has President Alan Koberlson. Other Itolurians present were (lii> Andreas
ceremony.The Uniform Rentals and Teal
$5,000, presented a check for $3.000 to the Santa Fe Community College Endowment left, and Dr. U..rll McFadilen: right/: S"''{'(' Starke Outer coordinatoi.
Tile and Carpet $5,964. In addition,
I Fund The contribution be used In
Rotary a continuing
plan to establish programof
expanded than citizens and local
Santa more 100 Rotary has also contrihuted $::;,(Miil to the Rotary Foundation' Scholai -
Fe annual .
Community College program business contributed varying maintenance for the Sturke Center of SFCC.Kereiting
in another of its
in its own Center was announced amounts and in-kind services. The the cheek from Rotary president :Marie Carter, Jr. is SFCC ship Program phase Community Service Program.

" less than two years ago, when Reddish Family gave a total of
I Harvey Sharron, Jr., Dean of $8,000 in memory of former Sheriff project, Triest agreed to accept the The building renovation, remodel- ceremony.The ,
Development for SFCC, revealed P.D. Reddish contract at sub-contractors' cost ing the interior to accommodateplus
I details on March 19, 1984 of the A permanent endowment for 2,34 percent for overhead exclassrooms, laboratories, offices, Winter Term offering of 33 "
i renovation of the old courthouse to maintenance has been establishedwith penses. and a library, was completed in time day and night classes has an even
: be paid for by funds raised privately a goal of $100,000 annually for larger enrollment, with 335 students
: through the SFCC Endowment Cor- the next four years. taking almost 700 seats
poration. State law prohibits community A Citizens Committee, organizedto Public/ In vital to (;erf'"' onies
colleges from spending raise funds for the The salvation of the stately red
i, capital outlay funds on branch cam a monumental four-day Garage put Sale on ill Old (AYOll rthollse brick courthouse is the culmination ")
: puses. and Auction held at the old Cour- of a long time dream of E.L. Mat-Bradford
I The Courthouse, listed in the National thouse in February, 1985, to give the thews, Chairman of the Uri( \
Register of Historic Places, entire community a chance to The adjacent Green Historical Board of Trustees, who '
sup- property pur -
was made available by the Bradford port the project to the tune of more chase for $140,000 was closed on Mdy for the opening of the Fall 1985 has worked for many years to saveStarke's -
County Historical Board of Trustees. than $20,000. 31, 1985 and separate contracts cre semester. First term enrollment exceeded downtown landmark.
all estimates with 600
Surrounding properties were con- A-S61rv560-contract for construction let for the parking lot to accommodate over
tributed by the Bradford County of the renovation designed by 76 cars. Under the watchful seats filled by more than 300 With the opening of the new Starke 1 'r
Telegraph and the City of Starke, or Gainesville Architect Craig Salley eye of Councilman Charles students. Since the parking lot and Center a local monument has been f
were purchased by the Santa Fe was signed February 20, 1985, with Schaefer, City crews tore down the grounds:. were incomplete, the preserved and a college educationhas .,.
Community College Endowment Triest Construction Co., of Keystone 1910 jail and helped prepare the historic first day of classes on become a possible dream of any t N i:. --jMuq- Ji K j JZT"X f ViJ 4
Corporation to establish the $2,5 Heights as the General Contractor. grounds for parking and landscaping August 27, 1985 was marked only by qualified student in the Bradford r" yna*<- *- J1 'n*fcr > -*-.
million academic center In order to assist the community an informal ribbon cutting County area. -ri'

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The President, the Board of Trustees

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cordially Invite you to attend the

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i Saturday, March 15 1986, at 2:00 p.m. '


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Pale Z B SECTION March 13, 1986

BHS Lifters Down Keystone 4732Five Eddie Starlingis

BHS Tornado weightliftershave places. Richard Fulmer (KH) took second Jeff Jennings (KH) took second with readyto
qualified for state competitionto 114-Pound Class: Darin BryanKH with 160-160 for 320. James Slater 265-240 for 505. Billy Harrell (BHS)
be held at Seabreeze in Daytonaon ( ) took first by bench pressing (BHS) took third with 165-150 for 315. took third with 220-205 for 425. Save You Moneyon
Saturday, March 22. 130 pounds and lifting 115 pounds in 118-Pound Class: Brett Russell 198-Pound Class: Clint Jenkins
Chuck Coburn, Sean Robinson, the clean and jerk for a total of 243 (BHS) took first with 235-185 for 420. (BHS) took first with 250-250 for 500 a Car or Truck
Lonnie Hamilton, Greg Jackson and pounds. Chuck Morrow (BHS) took Keith Harper (KH) took second Carl Carter (KH) took second with OLDSMOBILE CHEVROLET
Andrew Timmons will representBHS second with 105-75 for 180. Jeremy place with 195-180 for 375. Terry 240-225 for 465. Gary Wise (BHS) or
in the state meet. Eckdahl (KH) took third with 80-75 Whitehead (BHS) took third with took third with 240-205 for 445. : New br Used
for 155. 170-145 for 315.165Pound 220-Pound Class: Greg Jackson : 'a
BIIS 47, KUlIS 32 123-Pound Class Sean Robinson Class: Greg Wiggins (BHS) took first with 315-240 for 655. Call Eddie Todayr'LAKE !
(BHS) took first with 200-175 for 375. (BHS) took first with 225-195 for 420. Greg Wheeler (KH)> took second
Chuck Coburn was the most Improved Roy Payne (KH) took second with Nick Ferreira (KH) took second with 265-210 for 475. I
Tornado lifter for the 120-115 for 235. Larry Bradley (KH) with 205-205 for 410. Jim Dow (KH) Heavyweight Class: Andrew Tim- CHEVROLET-OLDS /
keystone match. took third with 95-90 for 185. took third with 190-190 for 380. mons (BHS) took first with 340-205
The Tornadoes took eight first 132-Pound Class: Chuck Coburn 181-Pound Class: Lonnie Hamilton for 545. Scott Schwab (KH) took second U.S. 301 'North Starke 964.7500
places, one second and four third (BHS) took first with 230-185( for 415. (BHS) took first with 280-250 for 530. with 255-210 for 465. IW.

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BHS Golfers ,

Split PairTornado

golfers won by three
strokes at Baker High in Macclennyand
lost by 15 strokes at Orange
Park in two matches on the road this
week for a 3-1 season record.

BHS is home today (Thursday
March 13)) for a 3:30: p.m. match witha
Orange Park. Monday, March 17, O
BHS goes to Keystone High for a 3:30:
p.m. match.
Hal Wood and Todd Gillenwatersboth =B10M iw America's THURS. WED.,
shot four-over par 40's on the e Supermarket MARCH 13-19, 1986,
Macclenny golf course Monday,
March 10, to lead Bradford High to a
three stroke, 167-170, win.
Ed Douglas shot a 43 and Bo

Bishop Bishop a 44.coming It was through the fourth which man, CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK'S DAY

enabled the Tornado team to take
the win, points out Coach Mike Sexton
In high school golf six players
compete and the four lowest scores WITH
count. Freshman Mark Murray shota ST!
45, which also would have allowed
BHS to win. But Bishop's 44 was PATRICK'
counted in the 167 total, the lowest
the BHS golfers have shot to date. SAVINGS AT WINNDIXIEManufacturer's
"We are capable of going lower.We've .
just got to get it all together"
says Coach Sexton. ,, ;'n

OP 158 BUS 173

Ed Douglas was the medalist witha DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE
two-over-par 38 in a 158-173 loss to FERNANDINA ST. AUGUSTINE, STARKE LIVE
March 6, at the Cecil Field Golf O PERRY, PALATKA, CHIEFLAND MADISON,

take Hal a Wood 15 stroke shot win.42, Tom Watson 46, ....._... ..._....REDEMPTION.._...__RULES...-,._-_...
and Todd Gillenwaters shot 47 for t ;:::..WGYYIYMPW, WbIY iMwwue lYM UeIWRYYItit ntl
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Finals in Bradford

Traffic Court March 4

The following individuals appeared H
before Judge George H. .
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic
Court March 4.
Tracy Jerome Russell pled guiltyno I ALL VARIETIES r "
valid driver's license; fined
Jacqueline Ann Lambert pled no tfl COLA .
contest leaving the scene of acci- ?
dent; ordered to pay$25 court costs.
Jason Mitchell Bailey pled no con-
test no valid driver license; produced r rYawl.rn.
valid license ordered to pay $25 2 BTLI LTR. CHOICE
court costs. a
Bailey pled no contest no protec-
tive headgear; charge dismissed. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE

contest improper tag; produced BLEACH + CHEK CORNED BEEF BOTTOM ROUND
valid tag, ordered to pay $25 court
Marion Carl Thompson pled guilty c
driving while license suspended GAL48 2 9mmr I
(DWLS); case dismissed, ordered to $181 $111
pay $100 court costs. 2 LTR' V .
Thompson pled guilty unlawful unit with SID OD or BTLS L6. L&
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speed; fined 4150. 1/
Barbara Ann Bryant pled no con -
test no tag; pay$35 court costs,case

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Chris Campbell Benefit Events Lack of Depth Hurts Tornado TrackstersBradford

High boy runners won a 2)Thorpe) BHS, 2:13.71: 3)Stultz) Discus: 1) Wheeler KH, 119'3V4"
For Week Starting March 14 trl-meet with Live Oak and Keystone MB, 2:14.04: 4)Sauerwein) MB, 2)) Hamilton,BUO'UI 3) Timmons, See Track... See 1'111.(1' II
Heights, placed 8th at the Palatka 21603.: B, 99'3V4" 4) Harper, KH. 95'U4".
Invitational, and second in a tri- Sprint Medley Relay: 1) BHS
Fund-raising events for Chris Campbell will reach a peak during the meet with St.Augustine and Mid- 3:58.78: (Johnson, Patterson, Lane,
week starting Saturday, March 15,just prior to his departure for Spain on dleburg in the past week. S. Jenkins) 2)SA) 4:05.89: 3)MB THE PENNYWEIGHT
April: 1, where he will receive treatment at the Kozak Clinic for E.B. With a lack of depth and 4:06.26. Bullion -
(to Following bullosa). rebuilding program, Coach George 220-Yd Dash: Jones, BHS, 23.95 Gold & Silver
is the schedule of events. Loper is doing a lot of experimentingto 2)C. Jenkins, BHS, 24.29 3)Alex-) ((1)
Saturday,"March 15, 7:30 p.m. determine who is best where.The ander, SA, 25.38 4)Jamison) BHS, EXCHANGE
GOSPEL SING at Hampton Baptist Church,featuring the Buck Family guys are reaching their potential, 24.7.Two 'f .. 106 N Church Street'
and the New Spirit Singers. their performance are consistently Mile Run: DDowd) MB, < Slorke, Flo 32091
GOSPEL SING, Bethel Baptist Church, Starke, featuring two singing improving, there is some promise 10:57.67: 2)Morgan) MB, 11:08.35: ; (904)) 964.5081
groups, the Weeks Family and The Glory Landers. Bethel Church Road there, and it will take the season to 3)Cox) MB, 11:22.49: 4)Davis) BHS, Buy Sell TradeSPECIAL
(Hwy 238)). see just how far the young freshmanand 11:42.92.: Silas Jenkins ran 14:34: !
sophomore laden team can go. Cam Ward 13:49: and Gene Powell l t'
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r. Foreign
15:47: for BHS.
BENEFIT YARD SALE and OYSTER ROAST, sponsored jointly by I
Keystone Heights Jaycees and the White Elephant at Highway 100 and SA Wins Tri-Meet Mile Relay: DSA) 3:33.66: 2)BIIS) : 3 Stamps & First Day Covers
County Road 214. For further information call 473-2511 or 473-3034. Over BUS, MiddleburgDepth 3:43.63: (Johnson, Lane, Thorpe, .lit.f .- Wheat Pennies Mixed Date -
Yard Sale starts at 10 a.m.,Tommy Manning in charge.Tables for rent, heavy St.Augustine with 91 Roberts) 3)MB) 4:02.8.: \ .. ... in Rolls 85'
$10 all day. Phone 473-2045 for reservations. points to 75 for Bradford High and 25 Ocala Forest won the boys side at .
Oyster Roust same location, 2 p.m. till... No charge.DONATIONS ACCEPTED for Middleburg in a three-way here the Palatka Invitational last Satur- ,, 22 LR Blue Finish
Oysters, crackers, hot sauce, melted butter and lemon juice Tuesday, March 11. day. BHS was 8th with 11 points. Revolver 6 Shot
furnished. Bring your own knives for shucking oysters..For further information The BHS boys have a little more Lonnie Hamilton was second in the Western Style Retail '114
call 473.2511 or 473-3034. than the girls but it is still a 1
depth discus, throwing 113'V, his best on Special for '59.95
rebuilding hear with mostly throw of this year. Hamilton was --
Monday, March 17,4-9 p.m. freshmen and sophomores with pea third in the shot put with a throw of 38 Special Retail '99.50
SPAGHETTI DINNER at Sandra's Country Kitchen,US 301,just Southof ple having to enter 3,4, and 5 events. 43'6". on Special for '79.95
Starke, across from KOA Campground. Spaghetti with meat sauce, Senior Bruce Davis won the mile Andy Jones was sixth in the finalsof r Numchaku's 4.95 each -
salad, garlic bread, 350. Seats 50 persons at one time. Public invited. run and half mile for the top BHS the 100 yard dash in 10.39, his best 1
Call 964-4251 or 964-8094. performance. Wesley Johnson, Dar- time so far. Heavy Duty Survival Knife '16"
rin Patterson and Brian Lane all The 440-yard relay team of Wesley Straight Razors '2.89
Tuesday, March 18,5 to 7 p.m were in the 440 relay and sprint Johnson, Brian Lane, Corey !
medley relays which won, and the Roberts, and Darren Patterson in It's a Beauty Antique Platinum
JUST FOR CHRIS: All the flounder or grouper pieces you can eat, mile relay which was second. 46.95 sixth.
$2.99, plus $1 for Chris, total of 399. No carry-outs, except for regular Shot Put: DHamilton) BHS, Spencer placed Smith the ,by Jonathan Forgjton Gold Ring w/23 Beautiful DiamondsSize
orders. Bradford Family Restaurant, Hwy. 301 South in Starke, 9644415. 42'1132)Hicks) SA, 37'2'/4" hurdles in 20.55.ran Darren 120-yd.Pattersonran high 6 Retail Value '140000

3)Davenport, SA, 37'7y4" 4)Tim- 11.33 in the 100 yard dash. Kim Cleve Hnnkerson on Sale for '750.00
March 22-23 mons, BHS,36'30/.". Greg Jackson of Ward ran the mile in 5:28.7: a per
BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT: Starke Golf&Country Club. Entry BHS was fifth at 35'11.", Clinton sonal best. James Jamison ran the
deadline March 19. Entry fee $30, of which Chris Campbell will receive Jenkins was sixth at 34'llMi"! and 440-yard dash in 58.7. Spencer Smith
onethird.Entrants. Hudson threw 34'10V4" for BHS. ran the 330-yard intermediate
must have certified handicap. Full handicaps will be used to Discus: Hicks) SA, 116'3" hurdles in 49.5. In the medley relay JL
determine net scores. Entry fee includes two steak dinners for 7 p.m. 2)Hamilton, BHS, 115'10" 3)Daven) the BHS team of Wesley Johnson, "Farming can be
Saturday, March 22, and all greens fees for non-members. Contact port SA, 113'5: 4)Timmons, BHS, Brian Lane, Corey Roberts, and
100'10". Clinton Jenkins threws
Robert Thorpe ran 4:02.71.: Andy
Richard Gaines 964-6009.
90'1'A" for sixth. Hudson threw95'IO'h" Jones ran the 220-yard dash in 23.11, pcomplicated:,
Darren Patterson ran 24.66. Kim
for Clinic Set t
Departure High Jump: Taylor) SA, 6'0" Ward ran 11:52.46 in the two mile A *
Chris and his mother, Brenda Campbell, will leave Tuesday, April 1, 2)Cooper) BHS, 5'8" 3)Russell, SA, run, a personal best, and Gene these days.
from Jax International Airport on TWA, flying to JFK Airport, New 5'8" 4)Oxidine, SA, 5'7". Powell ran 13:43.29: a personal best.
York, then to Barcelona, Provincia Gerona, Spain on April 2. They will Long Jump: DGormican) MB, Andrew Timmons threw the discus '
remain at the Kozak Clinic for two months for Chris's evaluation and 100 feet. Edward Hudson threw the / : Same fort
treatment. Their departure will be covered by the news media at the air 15'2Triple Jump: 1)Stevens,SA,42'5" shot 34 feet. The BHS mile relay goes
port. 2)Taylor, SA, 40'3" 3)J. Griffiths, team of Wesley Johnson, Brian "
CLAY COUNTY BENEFITGreen MB, 35'5'V 4)Smith, SA, 35'2". Lane, Robert Thorpe, and Corey ,,1 income
School will a 120-Yd. High Hurdles: DTrout-) Roberts ran : and Johnson's I' -
Cove and the Clay High sponsor
Chris benefit "Sock Springs Hop'r Jaycees Saturday night, March 14, at the high school, man, SA, 16.02 2)White) SA, 17.0 split of 55.9 3:55.21b lot split.
3)Smith, BHS, 20.09 4)Gormican) \t .
featuring music of the '50s. Highlights were Lonnie Hamilton tv taxes
MB, 22.06.lOOMeter. second and third, Jones sixth in the ;
Dash: DJackson) SA, 100, and the personal bests of the ;
FSP JAYCEES AIDING FUND 11.19 2)Jones,BHS,11.25 3)Roberts) runner.
Pauline Aiken and Maybelle Whitehead, coordinators of the fund- BHS, 11.41 4)Jaimson) BHS, 11.66. BHS Wins Tri-Meet... r' > iSljA Sol go tok'
raising drive and planning stages of the Chris Campbell project will address Greg Pittman ran 12.3, Clinton The Bradford won a March 5
the Jaycees Inmate Club at Florida State Prison,March 19 at 6 p.m. Jenkins 11.81, Lonnie Hamilton tri-meet with 95 points and scored in "
The Jaycees there, and in Keystone Heights and Green Cove Springs are 11.82, Cleve Hankerson 12.45, and every event. Keystone High was se / '. ; H&R Block
showing keen interest in helping raise funds for Chris's treatments which Coltrane Felton 12.93 for BHS. cond with 77 points, and Live Oak a
will extend over the next two-year period. One Mile Run: DDavis) BHS, was third with 13 points. "With farming, one wrong step and it could cost you down the
4:57.25: 2)Stultz, MB, 4:57.91: The BHS boys have more depth road. The with and that's
same is true tax preparation, why I
3)Dowd) MB, 5:10.09: 4)Cox) MB, and balance than the girls right now.
5:10.89.: Cam Ward ran 5:30: for BHS. BHS's Andy Jones, Darren Patterson always go to H&R Block. My preparer is trained to know all the
440-Yd. Relay: DBHS 45.74 Corey Roberts, and Wesley special problems that farmers face. And that saves me money. So
Tornado (Johnson, Lane, Patterson, Johnson, swept the 100 yard dish. "
Lady Roberts) 2)SA 46.47 3)MB 48.39. BHS and won all three relays. Pat- I'll do the farm work while Block does the tax work.

440-Yd Dash: DWhitfield) SA, terson, Lane, Johnson and Jones
49.72 2)Jackson) SA, 51.13 3))Grif won the 440
yard relay. Hampton,
fiths, MB, 54.45 4)Hankerson, BHS, Hankerson, Jamison, and Jenkins People who know their business go to u.....
; Runners oil, UpswingPlaying 58.29. Pittman ran 59.46, Jamison rans the mile medley. Robert
.' 59.76, Hankerson 58.29, and Felton Thorpe, Brian Lane, Johnson, and H&R BLOCK SIf :
59.31 for BHS. Roberts won the mile relay.
some tough area competition events: Kim Adams, Margo Felton 330-Yd. Intermediate Hurdles:
the Bradford High girl runners Felicia Davis, Angle Cohens, andSee White) SA, 43.50 2)Troutman) SA, Boy's Results:
finished second in a meet with Live 44.48 3) Smith, BHS,48.78 Rogers) ,
Shot Put: 1) Hamilton, B, 40'6'/i"
Oak and Keystone High, 7th in the s"p'w 6 MB, 57.43.
Girls. Wheeler KH, 38'6" Grooms
2) 3)) ,
Palatka Invitational, and second to .. 880-Yd Run: DDavis) BHS,2:11.06: 11111
KH,36'3'h" 4) Timmons, B, 36'3"
St.Augustine and Middleburg in the
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The girl runners at BHS continueto .
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4 SECTION March 13. 1986


Young Tornadoes 2-4 After One Win and Three Losses-

Bradford High baseballers are 2-4 "down" on his players who,he says, day March 10.BHS advanced on a walk to Mike Chap- N, Marion 1, BUS 0 Bradford stadium and the pitchingof
to date after posting a 1-3 record are trying their best. was 2-4 with the loss, pell, and scored on an RBI single by Robert Starling struck out 14 Robert Starling got BHS 5-1 by
over the past week, including a 1-0 Eastside was 5-2 after the Districtwin Chuck Mullins Forest scored twicein North Marion High batters, allowed Gainesville High on the Tornado dia-
shutout by North Marion In which Upcoming... the first,but BHS came right backto only three hits and two walks but mond Feb. 27.
Tornado pitcher Robert Starling fanned BHS was to host Baker High tie it 2-2 on a combination of two was the victim of a 1-0 loss last BHS went up 3-1 In the bottom of
14.The yesterday (Wednesday, March 12) Todd McLeod doubled for BHS. Forest errors, a single by Todd Wednesday night, March 5. the first on Chappell big blow Sean
at 5 p.m., too late for The Losing pitcher Robert Starling, McLeod and a sacrifice fly by North Marion scored the winningrun Robinson led off with a double,Todd
young BUS nine, with only two Telegraph's press time. 1-3, struck out 10. A throwing error Robert Starling. in the eighth Inning by putting McLeod singled, and Chappell'shome
in the bottom of the fourth followed
cost BHS run
seniors, was shut out 4-0 by together two hits and a sacrifice fly.
lost 63 to Ocala Forest BitS next at 7 Friday two runs.Forest. Richie Barnes walked and scoredon
Eastside, plays p.m. Forest went up 4-3 in the top of the That was all it took.
North March 14 Santa Fe Next hits by Jerry Roebuck and Todd
and was shut out 1-0 by at High. fifth when
a bad throw by Chuck BHS had five scattered hits. Todd McLeod, putting BUS 4-1 in the
Marion. The win was 5-1 over Tuesday, BHS goes to North Marion up
Gainesville. for a 7 p.m. district contest 6, BUS 3 allowed two runs to score. McLeod was two for three and Mike fifth. Starling walked, stole second
Next Thursday, March 20, BHS is Using eight hits and eight Chad Forest went up 5-1 in the seventh on Chappell, Robert Starling, and and scored on a single by Jamie
BUS needs to work on base running slated to host Keystone High. Reddish walks, Ocala Forest took a walks.combination of two hits and two Chuck Mullins each had one hit. Carver in the sixth for the 5-1 winn-

and could use a fourth pitcher, BHS 6-3 in a district game Thursday ing score.
says Coach Mike Richter, who is night, March 7. BUS 5, GIIS 1 Roebuck and McLeod were two for
proud of his players for "hanging in ES 4-BUS0 Robert Starling and Billy Heavner A booming three-run homer by four at the plate, and Chappell, Rob
there." This is the time of the season Eastside's Gerald Williford threwa The Tornado nine, 2-3 after the were 2 for 3 at the plate, and Todd Mike Chappell, which went over the Powers and Carer had hits
when teams start to pull together or five hitter, struck out 11, and loss, took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of McLeod. Sean Robinson and Chuck
not the coach says Richter is not blanked the Bradford nine 4-0 Mon- third when Robert Starling doubled, Mullins had hits for BHS.


I Lady Tornado Softball Team Undefeated

Bradford High's girl softballersare run; Cindy Parado went 4 for 4 with The first three hits were the first super fielding by third baseman Kel-
4-0 so far and 2-0 in the district, 2 RBIs and 3 runs; Shon Butler went three batters. With only two errors ly Jackson, shortstop Marla Red- --- -
but were facing a tough North 3 for 3 with 3 runs, Maria Reddish for the game, Bradford had some dish, and shortfielder Patty Smith.
Marion nine in a district as The
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March 12.
The Bradford girls have beaten
GHS 16-4, Baker 11-4, Eastside 18-5,
and Bishop Kenny 4-0.
Only other undefeated team in the
district is North Marion, with a
game with the Colts set today
(Thursday, March 13)). 1 I' I I
The North Marion coach feels like
the district championship will be General Electric ,
between Bradford and North t ,
Marion, according to Tui nado Coach 1 v ? 4 9B6k. 24 cu. ft. SidebySldeREFRIGERATOR
John Slater. With three years of S9e6.m
coaching in this district The Colt
coach pretty well knows the teams, y" Dispenses crushed ice
Slater says. And with Bradford being :.. cubes or water throughthe $20 '
the new kids on the block, that's doorAutomatic OFI'
pretty encouraging. Coach Slater's energy saver f
goal is to return to the glory of two
helps cut operating -
years ago. With the BHS record so ,
far, the Tornado girls have a pretty cost
good shot at the district championship. r
The Tornado nine returns 10
starters from a 10-10 team of 1985.)
Playing in Class 2A last year, the /
BHS girls were district championswith fiL:
a 7-1 district mark.
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The Bradford girls bombed Skillful Execution.. y permanent press
home Eastside in their 18-5 victory last
against '
Gainesville High 16-4 in a March 5 Lad Torn.lo softball plajer Bridget l Skeen slams one week I I 3 water level selections
road game at GUS i I
BHS had 22 hits including 3 home
runs. went 1 for 1, her hit being a triple, 4
Stacey Reddish, Shon Butler, and RBIs and 2 runs; Kelly Jackson rMn
Marla Reddish each had one home went 3 for 4 with 4 RBIs and 1 run;
run. Marla also had a triple in the Bridget Skeen went 3 for 4 with 1 TERWILLEGfiR MOTORS 1 1SH'o1
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winning pitcher, with 1 strike out toughest team yet that Bradford has ,;:
and only walks The team had only played, the Bradford girls won 4-0. 10 Escorts to Ask about G E's 10-year
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BUS 18, Eastside 5 Patty Smith, and Ann Starling singled v

Playing Eastside at home Mon- loading the bases. Bridget Skeenhit lit
day March 10, the BHS girl softballers a line drive to the pitcher for one < "
won 18-5 with 24 hits and only out.. With the bases loaded, Brena ffr / ., .n': /
2 errors. Skeen, hitting for Tammy Lynn, ,/<
Once again, the winning pitcherwas singled, knocking in Parado Cindy ----wvw r'r 1 } p"s EIG41
Tammy Lynn with only 3 walks. Taylor singled, Patty Smith tried for .T
Cindy Taylor went 4 for 4 with a dou- home, but with a suprisingly strongBK m 20" diagonal
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BHS: 530 262 18 centerfielder. Smith tried for third, '
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BHS Tornado Netters Pick Up Big Win Against Santa Fe 52The

BUS boy's tennis squad picked Johnson 8-2 in number two singlesand In doubles, Jason and Jody Brown Jason Brown went down 2-8 on the ly 85. but Markham and Moore beat Jim
up a big win Monday, defeating'' Jimmy Wilson overpowered defeated Preston and Johnson 8-2, number one court but Jody Brown The Brown brothers took out Creel my Wilson and Rick Kimutis 8-4 in
Sanla Fe 5.2 in action at the school Bobby Nillson 8-6 on the number while Jimmy Wilson and Rick got some brotherly revenge by taking and Moore in number one doubles 8-2 number two doubles. I
courts. three court. Klmutis lost to Nilson and Christie out Sam Markham in an exciting

Paul Bawek edged Morgan 1-8. 9-7 set. _n. u. ___._.______ _
In numlH'r: one singles BHS player Christie in a close, 9-7 decision and "It was a great win for our guys,"
Jflsoti) Brown lost a tight 6-8 decision Rick Kimutis beat Santa Fe's Fran- BHS Coach Jerry McGriff com Other winners for BHS were Paul
In Santa Fe's Glen Preston, but it cis Rizzie in an easy 8-1 match. mented. "We won some close ones to Bawek on court four, with an 8-2 rj
v .uM! he the last loss of the day for BHS's Pat Digs won his second pull it out." decision over Troy Roper and Pat You Are Cordially Invited
tap' boys in singles. straight exhibition match, against The guys lost a tough 3-4 team Diggs, playing in his first match of t1. to the
Jody Brown defeated Dale Dave Thomas bv the score of 82. decision to Lake City last Thursday. the season, who defeated Mack Kel- e


I Lady Tornado Netters Shut Out Santa Fe 7-0 ,:. ,. Spring Open House

The BUS girls tennis team pickedup Mcunlf commented. "Everyone Seeded number three,Sherry Ross court five to seal the BUS girls' rs; ti (,; Friday, March 14, 2:00-5:00: :
their first win of the season Monday played very well today. We only lost had an easy time with the Raiders' whitewash of their opponents.In .
with a big, 7-0 team victory over 8 games in the entire match." Danette Jones for an 8.2 win and Saturday, March 15, 10:00-4:00: :
Santa Fe at the varsity courts in On the number one court, BHS's Donna Parado defeated Regina doubles, Thomas and Sapp -'I''
IYnrke: Maria Thomas got a forfeit while Bryska 8-0 on court four in the most defeated Malpartido and Jones 8-3 ,;;) Sunday, March 16, 2:00-6:00: :
"It was our first win and it was a Kim Sap.was defeating Santa Fe's one-sided match of the day. Jackie on court one,while Ross and Parado Handcrafted Gifts & Floral Creations
Rood one," HHS Tennis coach Jerry Anne M:".."rtlan Q e nn rnrt Imo Nguyon boat I.lsn Popppll B-0 on defeated Bryska and Popell 81. (t, Unique
'.':iJ Easter Items Baby Items Gifts Wreaths

Girls] Track- r ? Flower Arrangements Home Accessories
from' page 3 3'10" 4) Howard, MB, 3'10". Allison 5:55.24: Harrell, BHS, 6:00.74: Church, MB, 2:45.27: 4)Rivera, MB, ": FOLLOW SIGNS
'I cm Kittles Christy Harrell and Denmark was fifth at 3'6" for BHS. 3)Wesley, MB, 6:01.71: 4)D.) Church, 2:45.89.: Also running for BHS was 964-8740
rni-.su: : King were in four events. Long: Jump: 1) Mosley, SA, MB, 6:05.77.: Robin Manning ran Robin Manning 3:05.05.: ...
Robin Manning and Allison Den- 15'Hia'2) Bennett, SA, 13'llVi" 6:47.0: flat for BHS. Mile Medley Relay: 1)) SA 4:49.84: aT1'tS N W. 56th Ave.Towards d
rn,11 k were in two events. 3)McRae) MB, 13'114) Kittles, 440-Yd Relay: I) SA, 52.76 2) BHS 2)BHS) 4:55.05: (Felton, Cohens, Debbie Woodfin, Owner .,;
Shot Put: 1)) Jackson, SA, 31'1V4" BHS, 13'1'V. 56.42 (Felton, King, Adams, Davis) Adams, Harrell) 3)MB 5:06.72.:
2)) Felicia Davis, BHS, 27'11", 3) 110-Yd. High Hurdles: DFlan-) 3)MB) 57.27. 220-Yd Dash: 1) Mosley, SA, 28.25 Rditnrd
Adams, BItS, 26'7" 4) Felton, BHS nory, SA, 19.26 2)Washington) SA, 440-Yd. Dash: 1)Jordan) SA, 64.16 2Kittles) BUS, 29.13 3)Flannory) ,
26"(; Also throwing for BHS were 19.96 3)McLallan) MB, 20.42 4)Den-) 2) Davis, BHS, 66.68 3)McRae) MB, SA, 30.36 Hackney, SA, 31.31.
L'nissn' King 26'11and was fifth, mark, BUS 21.33. 67.38 4)Foster, MB, 68.34. Terri Kitties Two Mile Run: DSapp) BITS,
Angio Cohens 21'9'a", Terri Kittles ran 70.62 for BHS. 12:40.26: 2)Wesley) MB, 12:58123)D. : COMMISSARY FOOD
lfl'9"1Discus. 100-Meter Dash: DQuiller, SA, 330-Yd. Low Hurdles: ) Church,MB1322.99 4)Harrell.) STORESR
: 1) Jackson, SA, 81'12)! ) 13.12 2)Bennett) SA, 13.20 3)Blount, DWashington, SA, 55.50 2)Jackson) BUS, 141264. Robin Manning ran 225 of U.S. 301) Lawtey 782.3017
Fi-lton, BHS, 71'1", 3)Johnson) SA, SA, 13.91 4)Cohens, BHS, 14.37. SA, 57.66 3)Hackney) SA, 57.85 4) 15.47 for BHS.
G'}'1\" 4)) King BHS, 62'9V.) Unissa King ran 14.59, Hamilton Denmark 65.02. Mile Relay: 1) BUS 4:38.59: (Kitties Low Gas Prices!
(High Jump: 1)) Mosley,SA,4'6" 2) 15.69, and Felton 15.84 for BHS. 880-Yd.Run: I) Sapp,BUS,237.28: Cohens, Adams, Davis) 21MB) 7 769
Ikmwtf SA, 4' 6" 3) Harrell, BHS, One-Mile Run: DSapp, BHS, 2)Lamoureux, MB, 2:43.69: 3)K. 4:40.84: 3)SA 4:51.6.: Regular . . . gal.

Unleaded . . gal 819

Trackfrom- p :OSuper) Hi-Test . gal 89"

page 3 KH, 18.18 2) Smith, B, 21.9. 440-Yd Dash: 1) Roberts, B, 53.41 22o-Yd Dash: 1)) Lane, B, 24.81 2) Great & Meat !!
High Jump: 1)) Jriffis, KH, 5'6" 2)) 100-Meter Dash: 1)) Jones, B, 11.27 2) Stankunis, LO, 53.98 3) Davis, B, Jamison, B, 25.66 3)) Griffis, KH Grocery Buys
Jackson, B, 4'10" 3) Fulmer, KH, 2)) Patterson, B, 11.79 3)) Roberts, B, 56.66 4) Fulmer, KH, 62.63. 25.91 4)) Duguard, KH, 2656. Bones . ea. '1.98 & Coke
4'10" 4)) Jenkins, B, 4'8". 11.8 4) Johnson, B, 11.88. 330-Yd Intermediate Hurdles: 1) Two Mile Run: 1) McFadden, KH, Pepsi
Long Jump: 1)) Hampton, B, 18'9" Mile Run: 1)) C. Wacha, KH, Griffis, KH, 45.13 2) Smith, B, 54.09. 11:51.30: 2)) Derringer, LO, 1153.41: Rlbeyes . . I'. 69C 16 U. $ -459
2'> Strickland, KH, 19'8'V 3)) 5:01.172): McFadden, KH,5:04.42: 3) 880-Yd( Run: 1) C. Wacha, KH, 3)) Stankunis, LO, 12:30.16: 4) Ward, Center Cut Returnable I
Johnson, B, 16'4" 4) Patterson, B, 209.28 2) Stankunis LO, 2:10.84 3) "
; : 12:45.24.
Derringer, LO, 5:11.74: 4) Jenkins, : Pork 49 Bollles
)IV10' Chops ea tax & deposit
B, 53288.: Davis, B, 2:16.84: 4)) Thorpe, B, One Mile Relay: 1) BHS 3:54.18: plus
Triple Jump: 1)) Strickland, KH, 2:18,28.: (Thorpe, Lane, Johnson, Roberts) Country Smoked "g Extra Large Fla :;!
17 H" 2)) Hampton, B, 35'10" 3)) 440-Yd Relay: 1) BHS 46.71 (Pat Mile Medley Relay: l) BHS 4:11,97: 2)) KHS 4:29.70: (Lamay, Duguard, Rib Bacon . lb. Eggs . . flat $ZUU :
Johnson B, 34' 0" 4)) Lamay, KH, terson, Lane, Johnson, Jones) 2) (Hampton, Hankerson, Jamison, Higginbotham, Holmes.) per
::12 1 2'12(1Yard KHS 55.31 (Reese, Milligan, Willis, Jenkins) 2) KHS 4:13.91: (Lamay, .u.___
1 High Hurdles: 1) Griffis, Groomes). Groomes, Pressley, McFadden).

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Patio Stones BOURBON
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Raleigh Jumbo"Pursley Azaleas 77.00
Cow Manure -
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Ace Sale Price 1.59 Plugs: Several Colors

Less Rebate . .40 $ 6 9 '2.49 Value

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Less Rebate 50 !\ $ 6 9 9 = ,
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Tripl threat ton Dui Tea< Rich planting a>*ut 31w
Final Cost .0ds toil fungi and n.moodm Qlllj BACANDI

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The Great Trade-In Sale
Page B SECTION March 13, 1986


',.' YI' .l\:: 1\ Trade-In your old glasses and we'll give

ObituariesSonny f.f CI "l h1500off'
-- a new pair Come see
--- ------- ; --' e you
I \ ''- \() yourself in a pair of our super looking

Dukes Alachua General Hospital. granddaughter Gail n, Payne of Fred of Roanoke, Va., and Paul and rJI J., frames. We have a great selection of too
Born Dec. 12, 1896 in Troy, Ohio, Knoxville, Tenn.; brother, John C. John both of Covington, Va.; two < A4Jfff day's up-to-the-minute styles
Mr Will Dukes
Mrs. Hahn
"Sonny" moved to Melrose in 1982 Hobbs of Ossining, N.Y. brothers, Harry and John Kember,
Jr 49, of Lake Butler, died Satur-
from Hialeah, Fla. She was a retired
Graveside; funeral services will be both of Covington; two sisters,Daisy
day at the North Fla. Regional lead mechanic for Eastern Airlines Saturday, Mar. 15 at 2 p m. in Old Jones of Covington and Gretta Complete Exams in Our OfficeBy
Gainesville after Eye
Hospital in an extended with over 40 of service.
years Providence Cemetery with Rev. Tingler of Baltimore, Md.; 24 grand-
illness. Survivors include daughter, Mar- David lodges I officiating Archer children and 12 great-grandchildren..
Born and raised in Union County, tha Lucille Independent Optometrist
Boehnlein; grandson, of
Funeral Home l Luke Butler Is in Funeral services were held Mar.
Mr Dukes was retired from Shaw & Joseph B. Boehnlein; graud- charge of arrangements.Arthur.I. 10 at Arritt Funeral Home Chapel in Call For
Keoter Ford in Gainesville as service daughter, Dorothy Ann Knight, all of Covington, Va. Burial followed in Appointment
manager. He was a member of Melrose; and three great grand- Padgett Lone Starr Cemetery in Covington,
the First Baptist Church of Lake children. 964.8588
Butler Mr. Arthur Joseph Padgett, 83, of under the direction of Johnson- }
Graveside funeral services
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. held Tuesday, Mar. 11 in Riverside were Mirldlcburg, died Sunday, Mar. 9 at Hayes Funeral Home of Gainesville.
Huth Beasley Dukes three Cemetery in Troy, Ohio. Arrangements Bradford Hospital Starke following Sale Ends 3/15/86/ v A I ,The Eyeglass Store
daughters Sheila D. Bentley of were handled by Jones ( an extended illness. No Other Discounts Apply
Gainesville, Cindy Nelson and Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. Born and raised in Middleburg he Card of ThanksWe
was the son of (the late Joseph Cyrus I I
Deborah Akins, both of Lake Butler; would like to extend heartfelt
our -
.. Padgett and Lulu Evans: Padgett. He
Dukes of Lake Butler
nn Greg ; Mrs. Emily Brown (thanks to everyone who has
retiic'd! from the timber
bother Vernon Dukes of Raiford was
; Mrs Emily French Dukes Brown, business! and! was a member of the shown their caring and concern over
.1"11'1't June McMullen of Newt
Betty the loss of our loved Your I
77, of Keystone Heights, died Tuesday one. i
leans. La. four grandchildren Oak Grove Baptist Church of Mid- I
.m.t! cmo great;grandchild. Mar. 11 at her residence follow dlcbur fort.thoughtfulness was of a great com- tip Be Wise I
ing a brief illness. Survivors include one daughter,
Born Nov. 19, 1908 in Knoxville, Marion !ticket! of STarke; four The Family of Pat Spengler Shop I II
t'lyde ConeMr Tenn., Mrs. Brown moved to sisters: Donna Hatcher of Mid I
Keystone five years ago. She was a dleburg, I'assie lamb of Delray Card of Thanks PuceWistFLEISCHMANNS j I
Cone, 76, of Brooker,
homemaker and a member of Beach, Annabel! Head of Orlando
,died 'I 1 luirsday at his home after an Freedom Baptist Church and the Thelina McArthur -
and Teresa Pad Wlt of Boynton : / / {
..pp.1I t'nt heart attack.A Daughters of the American Revolution Beach; two granddaughters, Connie To those who expressed their sympathy I
lifelong resident of Bradford Wimpy of Starke and Brenda Andrews in so many beautiful and prac- >
,county he was the son of the late Survivors include her husband, of Kaiford; and six great tical ways during our recent j jI
John and Lillie Cone. He was a cattle Lenville William Brown, Sr.; one grand children bereavement, we extend our heartfelt
mil! produce farmer and a member son, Lenville "Bill" W. Brown, Jr., Funeral services were conducted thanks I I PREFERRED
"r l (he Dedan Baptist Church of of Md. The Prince Family
Wednesday! Mar. 12. at the Oak L i WINDSOR i N
I Hi r linker Funeral services will be held ANCIENT
:Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Thursday, Mar. 13 at 3 p.m. in Grove Itev..1 Baptist W.Church Keen in Middleburgwith officiating. Thank You AGE I CANADIAN I LTR G
\ellit-; Green Cone; two sons, Clyde
DeWitt C. Jones of
(;Jiu-n Cone and John Cone, both of Rev. Jack Chapel Weeks officiating.Keystonewith Burial followed in Padgett Cemeteryin Seward and Annie Bell Andrews 750 I LTR i :
Brnoker; four sisters, Mrs. Clara Middleburg Archie Tanner wish to express our deepest thanksto 1 klvhmu 1 699 uwwn.
Burial will be in Keystone Heights -
Hi/en of Starke, Mrs Mildred Hari Cemetery with Jones Funeral Home Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements (everyone who helped us, both in :: ? 599 I \AIIIM 788 I, i
i.It!! and Mrs Johnnie Green both of in charge of Mot her s recent illness and when our
111!<",k.I'. and Mrs Ida Plummer of house burned. The love and kindnesswas I I ii I
Nie-ville; 7 grandchildren and 12 Mabel C. Jones very much appreciated. .
4 edt grandchildren. Mrs. Malid (Ylia Jones, 82, of Seward anti Annie Bell ---- ----- --------f------- i
Kiinerul services were held Satur- Katherine Heuschkel Gainesville,died! Thursday, March 6 Andrews and Family I I
"*.i\ 'in the Dedan Baptist Church Mrs. Katherine Ethel Hobbs at Alachua General Hospital. -- II ; r rI
ith llev John Hendry officiating. Heuschkel, 88, died Monday in the Born in Covmglon.( Va Mrs. Card of ThanksThe I V VI I'I'I
Hun, 1 1 followed in the Dedana.clery Community Convalescent Center in Jones moved to Gainesville from Family of Daisy F. Starling I I I'' ABSOLUT r
i Archer Funeral Home of Gainesville after an extended il- Starke two years ago. Shewas a express their deepest appreciationfor !, : LAUDERSI
.Lake Butler was in charge of ar- lness. housuuife and! a member of the the gifts of food, notes of sym- I GORDONS VODKA I
anKnieiits\ Born in New Jersey, she moved to Church ol lioii; in Slal ke. pathy, flowers and shared time of SCOTCH I I 80
Starke in 1972 from Ellisville. She Friends, family and neighbors : GIN I
Survivors include:! threedaughter. duringthe I c LTR I faro ns I
was a housewife and a Protestant .. Beatrice Smith of Starke, recent illness and death of our IAUDEA3 LTR ay 750
:1lrs.1)orolhy llahnMr SCOTCH I r l S.A,I
Survivors include daughter Bl'tlhrmmn: III>l Gainesville and mother.It .
: Dortith' Kllcn: Hahn, 89, of Dorothy Brown of Starke; grandson, Mary Andersonol'1'am l ta, five sons, was a long and difficult illness IMi, .' 1 I vgarA 769 9" '
elidM-. died I Mondd) Mar 10 in Gary M. Brown of Macdenny. Okey ufTampaav\ ( of Gainesville made there. bearable because you were f.y.-.- -J I 799 I I I .a.- I I,:

Our special thanks for the care I II
and patience extended to us by Dr. I I
Kicrt Sundusadee and staff,Dr. Pete
Fel and staff, the employees of 301 LIQUORS I
(I'pjuhn, Putnam Medical Supply
1 Mile North of Starke
Bradford Hospital and staff, andJ0I1I'S on Hwy. 301
Funeral Home: May God bless

I I I Ir eat h of you abundantly. put Maras Hear Johnny Jackson 11 eel' !

: i C'C\0Cv. SQ0C.MUSIC & DANCING MTreW''aIn l
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One kind word can warm Wednesday Sunday Nights i

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size elastic ieg I a -. ; C 1 5 12
diapers -4 10
disposable I Down 10 A.P.R.


I All Homes
o I Singlewide :

I Priced Below I

\ a Regularly 1 27. ,i o.soap.
\ pt'v i bars VUl.l dbul y
200 Per Month I
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Includes Delivery
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Set Up, Tax Tag Title and Insurance I

A ..' .
large .
selection ofmen's 15 ct. 13 gallon 10 otallon 20 '\.We DBa9s NO HIDDEN CHARGES

ladies'and or 7 ct 33 gallor '\0\\'1f '1.,
children's Sure-Tuff bags -

joggers, athletics, ,' Starke Housing Center will donate MOO to the Chris
court shoes & canvas I
casuals in many Campbell Fund for each home purchased thru March 16.
styles and

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Reg. 1.49. 2 pair pk, men's Hwy 301 South Next to Mosley Tire Co.

: and boys' tube or 1 pair
: f ladies' & girls' sport socks

F" .. 964-4174
Through Plc..OoodAAII'.mllyOoll.SIO'This Wa.k.nd Ouanmi. LlmlUd 309 S. Walnut I Street Starke 1m
On Some llmi No S.ls To Otmtutm

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and up. Nationwide warranty available. Most 2-HORSE STOCK TRAILER: newly rebuilt, $1,400.
transmission In stock. Phone 9646810. Red, good condition. Phone 9648160.

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1975 MONARCH BOAT: 15 ft?55 hp Chrysler,excellent By
condition. Trolling motor, depth finder,
FENCE THE WAY YOU WANT ITI I You call It, we dual aerated live well. 2695. Phone 9645748.
In".IIItIB'thoFt') .II"B-IB.3113 P 3

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Ir.w. m eeoCompliments
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1973 PONTIAC CATALINA: New tires,new water
1982 BUICK REGAL WAGON: AC, pump new battery, new paint. Excellent running -
AM/FM/Stereo, PS,PB, cruise, tilt,53,000 miles. condition. Very good transportation. $950.
$5,200.964-8261 eves. Phone 473-2812 after 5 p.m. pd3/13 "e Bradford c Ol/I)!Vn

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1979 CHEVROLET LUV TRUCK Good condition, 4 :$; '\ k!
wheel drive, low mileage, runs good. 1800. .. 4 ; "}
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Phone 485.1977 after 5 p.m. pd3/13 a BY

,, ",. ..*"4'\ lit, ? q' p ... OWNER --
""" w ;; ,..' "T t Get Your Copy Free Z."
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# f Bradford County.
For Information To
Advertise Your "For
Sale Item" call
964-G305, 473-2210 or

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1974" PETERBILT:light blue,318 Detroit, 13 speed. DARK BLUE, 1978 International, Harvester: 290, GO WITH A WINNING!
9 speed Davis
Davis I Express, 91f...'.61.1'91| cumming new paint. Express

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We'll of item. for $12.00.
run a photo your ..

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

and Friday from noon to 4 p.m. ,

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Pl 0 17 Call If your item doesn't sell the first week, 1::'0i js

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$2.00 per week.


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Page B SECTION March 13, 1986

r NOTICE Starke Area Want AdsHOMES M 1CruJill

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
to the Bradford County

Telegraph office In writing and paid In LOSTFOUNDGRAY FOR RENT .
advanc. unless credit Is alr.ady .
established with this office. FOR SALE
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN answers to the name Pepper Last seen Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. !
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER BY OWNER: 3/1 on private drive just out In Sampson Lake area. Child's pet. Call Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone
THE TELEPHONE. of town. Wood stove. central heat and 964-8231 after 9 p.m. Itpd 3/13 964.7498. 9/16 tfn
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY AC. very nice. 964-5997. 2/27 3tchg $25 REWARD for return of cameo pin. EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart.
NOON prior to Thursday publication 3/13 Lost last week. Sentimental value menu Electricity Included. Low weekly .
Minimum charge 15 words for $2.75. FOR SALE BY OWNER IN STARKE: nice 3 9647682. Itpd 3/13 monthly rates. Palms Apartments
then 10 c.ntslor each word thereafter BR home, many extras 38500. 8'/.% 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn PHONE 964-7776

FHA first mortgage. Call 964-4718 3/13 WANTEDWOULD NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 205 N. Temple, Starke I \
CARS & TRUCKS 4tpd 4/3 BA opt. For more Information call Lake
THREE BEDROOM BRICK home CH/A 2 Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
baths. LR/DR fireplace, breakfastroom LIKE TO RENT or lease Housing 6/7 tfnchg
W5 F-150 Ford Lariat XLT EMplor.r.loaded. pasture
dual tanks step bumper AT game room. 560 Glendale St for cow. 50 acres up. Must have good NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished 1 1BR Service Integrity Golden Rule
short wheel base, 16.000 mll.s. 964 5468. 3/13 TF grass and good fence J.L. Gladwell apartments with kitchens, located next Now Is The Time To Buyl' '
782.3186.2/27 4tchg 3/20 9648613. Itpd 3/13 to Tenneco station In downtown
H6CHEVY two ton truck Detroit BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Starke $50.$75 per week. Call American Horn Week April 13.19
Diesel .ngin.. 20 ft. 3 axle trailer Sell MISCELLANEOUSEASTER 964-5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 12/5TF
separate or together 964.7994. Itpd COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now .TWO ACRES 301 S: $94,444, possibility of getting two additional .
3/13 available at C&C Mini Storage. 12 ft. acres or morel

1977 FORD PICKUP: good condition. OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportsweor, BUNNY COSTUME: for sale or ceilings, lights. power new reduced .FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba: on 5 Acresincludes & solar
$1.000.782.3572. Itpd 3/13 ladies apparel chlldrens, large size, rent Now at Charlotte's Webb Call rates 964 8848. 1/9TF garage
1911 JEEP: Laredo package 35.000 petite. combination store, maternity 964-7100 or 964.5732. Costumes made ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 greenhouse $69,000.
miles Asking $5500. 533.2502 after 4 accessories Jordache, Chic Lee L.vi.) upon request 3/13 2tchg 3/20 per night. From $35 per week. Discount .STUCCO & STONE on SR 230E approx. 1646 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba,
E Z Street Izod Tomboy Calvin FREE PUPPIES to good home. Call offered for longer term. Apply In
p.m. Itpd 3/13 Esprit per CH/A, only 5 years old. If you qualify for FHA loan, you can
1913 PONTIAC Firebird: 65.000 miles Klein Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz 964-4589 after 6 p.m 3/6 2tchg 3/13 son Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across /
$45,038 11 % .
CHARLOTTE'S from Post Office. TFKEYSTONEMELROSE assume mortgage at >
AC AM/FM stereo tilt steering 4 cyl. Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline, WEBB reasonable prices
Great gas mileage Excellent condi Healthtex. over 1000others $13,300 to on new and used Items. Clothes, AREA) 2 BR.. 2 Ba, .A JOY TO 'LIVE IN: Large, attractive home In city with little

Lion $5900 964.7366 or 473.4973. Itpd $24.900 inventory training fixtures shoes, crafts alterations. 964.7100 or MH CH/A. Call Mr. Edwards, 473.3695. yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3.BR, 2 Ba,
grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. 964-5732 or 964.8569. Consignments 2/20TF
313A LR with
spacious fireplace Fla.
gracious room utility
PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Mr. Loughlm ((612)) 888.6555. Itpd 3/13 always welcome. 3/13 TF LARGE 2 BR HOUSE 1 bath CH/A, stove,
Run a picture of your for sole Item In THREE DOGS need homes 1 adult male refrigerator Suitable for couple or skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to $49,0001
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For LAND FOR SALE lab, one male lab puppy and one mixed small family $350/month. Call HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4 BR, 2 Ba, brick, Country Club,

Info call 964 6305 ------ breed female All were strays. They 9647826. 2/20 TF 478x310 lot, paved drive, 2 car garage, FP, range, refrlg., DW,
are good with children have shots, EFFICIENCY APT. Two rooms, compl.
MOTORCYCLES ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement need fenced yard. Call 964-7804 after 6 furn.. no children 78233458. 2/20TF central vac, hi-fi system, drapes, blinds, hot tub. Assume mtg.
$3.500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call p.m. 3/13 3tchg 3/27 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS available of $50,000, 8.75% Interest. Owner will hold 2nd mtg.

964.5606. 1/03 If nONE FLEA MARKET Every Sat. 9.5. Antiques now. Starting at $200 per month.:Pin. MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR, DR, large kitchen, 2
1912 SUZUKI ISO CC: full dress, helmet ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY clothes, used furniture, trunks, Forest Apartments, call 964.6312. 3/6
roinsult. full cover custom point (Im- ROAD: $3.000. no down payment. $70 automotive shop equipment tools 21chg 3/13 utility rooms, 2 car garage, fireplace, CH/A on one acre.

ron) plus pinstriplng $2800. 782.3350 per mo. Call 964.5606. 1/03. tfn handmade Items, etc. Cherry St between TWO BEDROOM mobile home Lot 25, LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing 68000. Home is on one
after 5:30 p.m. 3/6 21pd 3/13 LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964 5764; after Call and Rd 100 East. Behind Westmoreland Trailer Park. No pets.
1910 HARLEY DAVIDSON FIT 23.000 S. call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn Harry Green's. Hold your yard sales Phone 964-5219 or 964.4312. Itpd 3/13 lot, adjoining lot goes with it. In 011130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2

miles Leave name and number. with us. $4 a space 964.8012. Itpd 3/13 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR. 1V' Ba, Inside city. Ba, carpet, range, refrig. incl., all furniture purchase optional.
782.3894. Itpd 313YARD PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN FREE DOGS: too many for small yard. Call after 4 p.m. 964-6561. 3/13 2tpd SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to of.

On. '/. beagle/Vi.basset One small 3/20 fer a handsome brick and cedar home on 37'/ acres, 4 BR, 2Vi
SALES 964-8012 or 964 6813. Itpd 3/13 ONE BEDROOM trailer off Hwy 16, furnished
LINK FENCE: Installed Free or unfurnished 964-4434. Itpd Ba plus nice barn. $133,000.
of estimates Handy.Man Fence Co. 3/13 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 each. Two lots 203 Christian St. & 1 lot on
SATURDAY 9., four families Some HELP WANTEDFULL
: Owner Tommy Reddish 964 6559. tfn TWO BEDROOM HOUSE carpeted cH/
Jefferson St.
830 E. Thomas St Itpd 3/13
everything WANT TO DRINK?
$225 month last A
FRI. I SATURDAY: 4 families furniture. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE: deposit.per New River plus area.lit 4962037.$100. HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala

housewares clothing. Some of WANT TO STOP? Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and 3/13 2tpd320UNFURNISHED block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres.
everything 401 N. Cherry St. IIchg Satur 3113 'OURS Owens., Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayette HOUSES on Lake Geneva Crawford Rd. plus four chicken barns..a good going business.
Alcoholics Anonymous St. 964 5065 7/4 tfn 2 BR, AC. one with fireplace $285 and
day. Owner all !
financing Buy or part
964 4150 964 4894-944-4219 EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS: $'25. 17866044. No pets. 3/13 2tpd ,
St Itchg 3/13 pd thru 5/15 needed at Whispering Pines Care 3/20 NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.
GARAGE SALE: Fri S Sat Mar. 1415,85 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, Center Call Susan Cook at 964.6220. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE: remodeled Owner financing.
Towels, sheets, pillowcases,
p m 12/5TF
bedspreads, pots. pans dishes fans 964-6078. Orders also taken in Lake SALES POSITION: Must have sales experience 496.2356 after 5pm. Itpd 3/13
toaster dungarees table with 4 Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights Call 964.5606. Olin. Mobile ONE BEDROOM central heat and air Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,
chairs baby bed high chair car .seat 473.4973. 2/26 tin Homes TFHAIRSTYLIST being redecorated ready for occupancy police protection nice neighborhood.

play pen roll.walker. bed carpets used bed tirestools and. SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines : Florida Licensed. Must soon. Children and the elderly ENERGY EFFICIENT: Brick 4 BR (one BR 14x20)), 1 '/ baths on Vt
a way single relaid Serving Bradford County for 10 have following. Good benefits Busy .
welcome Call early 964 8601. 3/13 TF
1977 Toyota Corolla 4.speed 7 miles years Bradford Septic Tank Service shop Hoirplanes. 964,4645. 2/20 TF LARGE 2 BR. 1 bath house with CH/A acre, LR, DR-kitchen combo, den with FP. Well Insulated Car
South of Starke on Rd. 100 on left Itpd 964.8121. 10/17 TFchg TRAIL MOTEL ft REST., LAWTEY: Interviews stove and refrigerator Suitable for rler heat pump, average utility bill of $60. Located SR 16E.
3/13 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makescleaned will be given between 2.5 p.m.Man.Sat couple or small family $350 month. Reduced $42,0001
656 W. MADISON: 8:30.2: p.m. families oiled and Used for .
adjusted $15. various positions. ApplyIn Call 964 7826. 3/13TF
OWNER FINANCING: 615) N. Church St. CB, 3 BR 1'Ba,
Tupperware, toys. games clotheshome ap
machines for sale
sewing James person only. No phone calls. 3/6 RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month
Interiors curtains. cornice Strickland corner Morgan Rd and Hwy 2tchg 313GOVERNMENT and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- prox. 1705 sq. ft.. CH/A large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced
board Winnie the Pooh bedspread 16 Starke 964.8733. 12/5TF JOBS $16,040 to Owner at 964-5065 or 964.4048 TF backyard. If you have $7,500, owner will hold 1st mtg. and you
etc Lots of misc. Itpd 3/13 HANDYMAN: carpentry painting, electrical 59230yr. Now hiring. Call CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On balance In 20
FURNITURE ft YARD SALE: four BR sets, 3 complete home repair. 804.687.6000, ext. R.5504 for current Highway 16 W. Close to prison. pay years.
LR sets overstuffed chairs washer & Reasonable rotes Licensed contractor. fed.rolll.t. 3/13 Stpd 5/1 964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg COUNTRY LIVING: CB, 3 BR, 2 Ba on .86 acre, range refrig.,
dryer console radio/phono/8 track Call Mitch 4733940: 1/9TF NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER: live In. room NOW REMODELING the old Terry Brown DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. &. tractor. 49600.
steamer trunks gun racks 5 chest of LOSING YOUR HAIR? Frizzy hair? Dry and board and salary Two boys one Law office on E. Call St. If you are Interested GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath, $22,000. -
drawers, roll around trunk antiques hair? hair? Stubborn hair? 15 4 Call 268.8305
Oily Try mos one mos In renting this office and !
BROOKER 1983 14x56 MH CH/A; 100x200 lot 20000. II
: ,
silk trees wicker dishes. pots & pans ,
Nexxus natural hair care products (home) or 731-8600 Sawyer Gas 3/13 selecting carpet and having input Into ,
clothes brass. Friday Sat. Sunday Hairplanes Inc.. 964.4645. 3/6 4tchg 2tchg 320WANTED renovating it, call 964-6305, John 533 PRATT STREET: 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, $18,000.
across from bike track by school corner 3/27 : bright energetic Individual. Miller., TF
of Orchid & Jasmine. Keystone NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT? Try us. with reliable transportation to work FOR RENT OR SALE: Like new 3 BR. 1 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Heights, Itpd 3/13 Hairplanes. 964.4645. 3/6 4tchg 3/27 with a successful marketing co. Call for bath block house on 2.6 acres 14'Acres . . . SW 75th St. . . . $35,000

PARENTS OF BROWNIE TROOP 301 will BABYSITTING In my home, Monday Interview after 6 p.m. 964.4267. Itpd 964.5445. 2/13TF . . . . Near Hampton Lake. . . . . .
have bake and yard Hall sale Edwards Sat, 315.Am.ricon Rd.. through Friday only Phone 964-5733. MECHANICS POSITION Open good pay WALDO: 3 room apt for rent. 1 BR live 120 E. Call St. . . . Building. . . . $47,000
Legion on excellent benefits. have
Itchg 313PROFESSIONAL Must on
exp bath large kitchen completely
Twin bed. baby things misc. ttpd 3/13 DOG TRAINING: all diesel engines. Apply at Griffin Ind.. ing room furnished water gas 4 elec. 301 Dairy Queen . . .. Building. . . . $89,000

SATURDAY. 3/15: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. phases obedience personal protection Hwy. 221. Hampton between 9 a.m.-5 $225 per month. No more than 2 people 2 lots W. Madison . . . Owner FinancedIC $27,500

Clothing household items odds and show ring. Experienced all p.m. Itchg 3/13 468-1927 or 964.5161. Itpd 3/13 4 acres Griffis Loop . . .Vacant Prop. . . $16,000
ends Come & browse 1133 E. breeds. Call 964.5732 or 964-7100.3/13 MATURE LADY needed to babysit
Brownlee (SR 16E Powell House). TF children In my home. Weekdays Can Golfview Acres . . . Lot 16. . . . $9,500

Watch for signs. Itchg 3/13 BE SLIM FOREVER: New weight loss pro. live In 964-4889 or 9648136. Itpd 3/13 THREE BEDROOM mobile home for rent Mimosa & Bessent . . .3 lots. . . . $6,900 ea.

EVERYTHING GOES! 100 East left on SW gram develops the whole person. TWO MOTIVATED YOUNG MEN to outside city limits. 964-8614 or 5 Oaks Subdiv : . . . .1 lot :_ . . . $10,000

7th St.Thurs.Turn right. Frl at. Sat end Itchg of rood.3/13 Follow Sound nutrition and positive. mental attitude manufacture screen enclosures In 964.7619. 3/13 4tchg 4/3 Hwy. 16 W. . . . lots & 2. . . . $10,000
signs Call Marie. 782 3790. 3/133tchg Orange Park full time. No experience FURNISHED COTTAGE: one room on S
CHURCH YARD SALE: 2138 N. TempleAve. 3/27 necessary 904.276.1244 9 a.m. to 11 I 100. $200 per month utilities Included. Crosby Lake . . . . Lot 22. . . . $17,000

Sot.. 3/14 9.30 until? Pastor W.T. EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: disking a.m., Mr. Petty. Itpd 3/13 964.7255. 3/13 2tpd 3/20 Country Club . . . . Lot 7. . . . . $8,000

laney Itpd 3/13 mowing blade work garden work. PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSISTANTS with car CLEAN TRAILER: furnished 2 BR, private 301 North . . . . 10 lots . . . $125,000
E iIBfIE Free estimates Have tractor will to assist In taking group photos at lot. Just refinished throughout. No
travel 782.3469 or 9648230. 3/13 TF Camp Blanding. Call World Photo col. pets no children. 964.5739. Itpd 3/13 Country Club . . . . Lot 9. . ,, . . $9,500

FLORILAND lect. 305.563.2180. Itod 3/13 AVAILABLE MAR. furnished 2 BR MH Sampson Lake . . . .2 lots. . . . $17,900 ea.

REALTY Life Insurance agent needed Growing In city close to shopping center, also Sampson Lake ... . . . .1 lot. . . . $21,900
company. Experienced Need 218 life efficiencies 9648810. Itpd 3/13
964-7700 MOBILE HOMES and 220 property and casualty licenses. TWO TRAILERS: each on '/> acre woodedlot Free Notary Services
393 N. T.'pl.A... FOR SALE Guaranteed salary and commission 7 ml. South on US 301 at SR 221, * *.
V.rnl.P. Odom Srok.r CHI Send resume to: P.O. Drawer A Stark., Santa Fe Tr Pk. 468.1777 or 964.5888. EVENINGSBILL
Joy Thofnton Associatee3 Fla. 32091 or 150 W. Main Lake Butl.r.Fla. Itpd 313APARTMENT
DODD 964-7408 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964.7188
--.--- -- 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on 32054 Interview to follow. IN TOWN: $275 per
one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sales. 2/20 4tpd. 3/13 month Phone 964.5081. Itchg 3/13 JOHN GREENE 533.2121 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593
BEDROOM 1 bath nice home, low 904.964.5606 6/6 IfnchgCOMMERCIAL Career opportunity far sewing machine FOUR BEDROOM two-story house, 315N. NOVISWARD 964-7454 CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408

$30s. operator Offer' two weeks paid vacation Walnut St. $350 per month. RANDY CORY 475.2597
-1 ACRE: : with well; owner finance three paid holidays, Insurance 96'.8'0'.3/13 2tchg 3/20
ing. plan and profit sharing Apply in per THREE BEDROOM house, 518 N. Clark St.
LOTS: Graham area owner financing PROPERTY son at Lake Butler Apparel. Experience $175 per month 964.8404. 3/13 2tchg
1 acre up. RENTLEASESTORAGE helpful but not required. We will train. 3/20
.5 ACRES: 476' on 301 South. Itpd. 3/13 From
Plumbing Supplies
trailers, '/. to
LOTS: zoned for acre 1 '
I'/t acre, owner financed $500 GARAGE for rent. $200 per -wh ;k's'i '- ,427--Lov.ly brick home on 5 acres,
down. month $75 per bay. Phone 964.5081. new barn property fenced short Durrance Pump & Supply;

details Commercial Building-Coll for Itchg 3/13 Paint Contractor #distance I429--5 to ac town.plus 4 BR 2 ba brick ||e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed \

home and two mobile to rent
spaces l
US 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke
30 Years Experience as Income 40000.
1426-20 ac., 400 pecan trees, two
Interior & Exterior story older home, large barn pond.

Tim's Cabinets House Owner financed.
Custom Painting
,I' 7' home In needs
424-- room town
: 11) Also House WashingWe finishing Inside. Across from city Carpet (Any $-31 JH 95 Scotchgard

Remodeling I .i., hall could be commercial. Room M Bf Is
Would Love /
Construction to Serve
... You
New I !
., 1420-3 BR 2'/i both brick home on 7 Gleaning & Hall) Available
Cabinets The! Ceilings I with Quality Work In Your Home acres Rd 100 E. Many nice features

Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall 964.4344 pasture barn.4418Mobile Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

Mobile Home Underpinning (Skirting) ._ _.. ...___ .....__._..3/13'0_ home with addition on
In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone '" .58 oc., workshop, metal storage PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe
1 # .AAA nicely furnished clean reduced
FeeE"'mate.' i 4. #402--One bedroom Jim Walter specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture
Call Tim Thompson 0 .. home, remodeled needs cabinets In cleaning and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.

964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves .:. kitchen reduced to 11500. Quality work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment.

TF Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
i Ask about our farms acreage

.. commercial and waterfront property. dooms over Call 964-4997 Call Msrnbsr. el
Two-room for rent. Utilities Stsrk.k.dler/
space 400 s. II. Cheek Ulloe '1 C.. 'lit loot! phalli book .
i IHairplanes | furnished. sitri sharp III Work Smnntud Clunker.. of Commtros


986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL .. : .. ".COft'OMATIOe'j"L-.
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964-6262 LINDA : -;, {..: 94.131 -

737 S. Walnut St., Starke :r) 473.3096 HOMES t oclod : ,
.COMMERCIAL Successful:: service station on US 301 i 964-4645 -'" sue N 'AMPLE 1 II'( 'I IF 10% Off

$50,000.0011 Today) gib i *I'* | STARKE- FL. 32O9I--= BEAUTIFUL So> Custom Built
'. .ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only I_************************* ----- j Insulated Windows

75000. Owner terms possible. -= Installed
.CHURCH STREET 3 I bedrooms, screen porch, 1 acre lot, a ., BARGAINS FROM J JJILr2? $11.95 I OF NORTH -

good Investment at $23,500. v_ tory Faucetsf10.95
The Center .
640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly -j Tilt-In For

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 pS, ,, sS..** Pipe Insulation W.afherstrlpplng $L-if FLORIDA Cleaning

per acre! I. **"V fie 3" PVC Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire Ntsi .

Well Pumps $.7' ft. $1795250- Felt $4.50 p.r roll
I;) George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker Home Supplies Llghtpoles Cabinets Electrical ft Plumbing Supplies:

964.6058 Evening BARGAIN CENTER INC.
Pe 215 E. Call St. --
Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser Steel "*"
10.000 Items Salvage "g
964.4181 Evenings Starke, Fla. ..,
I Lee & WIHIe.Mae 964-6679 Hwy. 301 South Starke TF .

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Starke Ads Cont. FOR RENT Keystone Heights Ads Run a picture of your for sale Item In
... our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section For

Info call 964.6305.BUSINESS .
2 BR MOBILE HOME Melroie $170

.>f.i' mobile home furnished $220 a month & BOATS
BLACK PUPPY near Half Moon lake.
3 NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. plus deposit for fair respectable cou
'I,, I SALES Measures 24x36". 25 cents.ach, Great pie 1-684-6634 or .75.269.. 1/16 Call 4752813. Itpd 3/13 PART-11ME experienced carpet and

I Llmerock ft Fill Dirt for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH. tfnchg 113 TRANS-AM Loaded with vlnylln.all.r. also aluminum window
20 yd. semi-loads only 135 W. Call St. 9646305. 1 BR EFFICIENCY for tent 473-4961. everything. $8,495. .473-3360 9.5 or YARD SALE and prefab 'fireplace Installers need
Phone 712-3173 5/23tfchg COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or Itchg 313MOBILE 473.1468 evenings and weekend 4lchg ed. 473.7891.2tchg 3/13.20

STORE OUGHT Furniture for sole at sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon HOME- 2BR furnished lake 3/13-4/3 TOOLS MOTORS. gas engines, chains,

Doublewlde Home C.nt.r locat.d home or office copier $999; Canon office privileges, 'fenced school bus. In A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDSi misc. Items Fri. ft Sat, March 14 S IS, ....................
North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this Is not copier $1399. Rent to own for as Melrose. 475-2022. Itchg 3/13 Run a picture of your for sale Item In 125 W. Satsumo Keystone Heights
trailer furniture little as $45 month. OFFICE SHOP our FOR SALE BY OWNER S.ctlon. For Itchg 313WOODLAND CLEANING
) 6/13 tfnchg per TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across QUALITY 1
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964.5764.2/21 from lake. $155. Partially furnished.Mr. Into call 964 6305. DRIVE follow signs. Big SERVICE
sale at Olin. Home C.nt.r located on tin Phillips, 473-7560. 2/13 201 pd 6/26 variety Sat., 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Itchg 3/13
Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month.No TWO BEDROOM 1'/. bath, clean mobile FOR SALE MOVING SALE- Today Fri & Sat. Boats, CARPETS
down Coll 964.6946. tfn TV's furniture, lawnmowers, : Ham.or Office
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg paym.nt. home, near Keystone Hts., Moped ,
AKC TOY POODLES for stud 9644238. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. $225/month. 4732566. Ipd 3/13 GENUINE JACUZZI- Portable hot tub microwave, and much more. East on j
1/23TF $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn for two people. Custom cedar unstained SR-100, left on CR-214 to county dump Cell 473-3857 tin

BAHIA HAY large roll., n.w cut. $25. AM/FM/CASSETTE RECORDER with cabinet, never used. Und.r warran take left, then right on Coronado aooee.ee.444e.eeeaeeBROADWAY
496.3050 after 5 p.m. 2/6 6tpd 3/13 detachable speakers (jam box), Sears, lost ty. Originally $2,000. Sale 1200. Follow signs. 4737485. Itpd 3/13
RABBITS FOR SALE All sizes. 964-8459. like new only $85. 7823660. |1m TF 4734073. Itpd 3/13
TIRES four 950x16.5 Firestone mud tires, $50 each Parents on premises. Lost Nov. 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Like new. Two 16 ft. section, 48 In. WALTERS
opprox. '/ tr.ad left. $75. 782-3350 9644661. Itpd 3/13 Rood. Answers to "Minor. 4737162. high. $850. Phone 473-4768. Itpd 3/13 &
after 5:30: p.m. 3/6 2tpd 3/13 1956 FARMALL TRACTOR excellent 2/27 tfnchg Shop & Compare I 11 I

WURLITZER ELECTRONIC ORGAN 9 shape, with all the equipment. FEMALE CAT Black and white, Lost between HOUSES FOR SALE Special Insurance'for TREE SERVICE
rhythm great condition with bench 9647895. Itpd 3/13 Gator Bone and White Sands
782-3741 or 782-3063 Tim or Lisa. 2tpd TRAVEL TRAILER) 1972 Caper 22 ft., Lake. Family pet for 5 years Please BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT HOME Big Mobil.Home Parks Removal
of homeowners
6, AC fully equipped good condition 4733187. 3/13 All types
3/13 sleeps phone Itpd white sandy beach excellent swimming *
TOMATO PLANTS $5 per hundred. $1500 firm ALSO 1969 Storcraft and tkllng. 3 BR. 2 BA fireplace, policies for Trimming
Walters and Margos. 9646528. 2tchg pop-up compel, 12 ft., sleeps 6, needs HELP WANTED central H/AC, screened porch and mobile homes Stump Removal
3/13 some repair $450. 782.3553 or deck, 79900. 473-3468 or 4737349. Call for Quote Firewood

TILLER FOR SALE Rotohoe like new 7823198. Itpd 3/13 NURSERY WORKER- Ellam Baptist 4tchg 2/20-3/13 Olin's Mobile
chain drive, rear tiller. 4-speed SEVERAL ITEMS stock bull black Angus, Church Melrose. 8.10 hours per week. NICE RUSTIC HOME on good tithing Free Estimate
transmission Approx. 30 hr. use since $995. Used commode and sink $10 Apply In person at church office from lake, 2BR 1BA, 9 ceiling to floor windows 473.7679After
n.w. N.w price $900 sell for $400. each. BR sink and cabinet, $50. 9-2, Mon-Frl. Itchg 3/13 5 celling font, brick fireplace, Home Sales 473-7097 -
964.7498.3/13 4tchg 4/3 7823978. Itpd 3/13 RECEPTIONIST- assistant for Doctor's wrap around deck nicely landscaped 5 P.M.
BUILDERS COMPACTOR: good condition BAHIA HAY: Argentine, 100 round rolls office. Must have basic cUrlcal skills with stone walks. Inside needs Elaine M. Olin Agent
needs new 3 hp engine. Cost $700 n.w $10. Call 782.3891 or 9648237. 3/13 and excellent personality lor dealing finishing. $33,000. Keystone Heights, 964.5606 TF Keystone Heights
In 1965 will sell for $175. 9647498. 2tchg 3/20 with people. Experience helpful but 4733842. Itpd 3/13 ) Licensed & Insured tin
3/13 4tchg 4/3 BABY SWING) Century Super swing like will train qualified person. Send BY OWNER- 3BR 2 BA on Gator Bone --
SINGER SEWING MACHINE Fashion new 2 positions, 15 min. silent swing resume to Doctor P.O. Box 1420 Lake, 4737678. Itpd 3/13
Mat., n..ds adjustments. 4681455. motor $20. 9647015. Itpd 3/13 Keystone Heights, Fl. 32656. 3/13 PEACEFUL LIVING ON THE LAKEEx..
Itpd 3/13 POOL TABLE regulation size. ALSO 210 cellent swim and skiing; cleared whit.
115 HONCHO 4 wheel drive. $1100. ft. chain link fence Including rails, sandy beach; lovely 3BR, 2BA home. BULLDOZER WORK WANTED
ALSO 3 ton AC unit used 10 hour., posts and gate. Call 9645610. Itpd 313A PERSONAL SERVICES Central H/A fireplace, 1-acre, plenty

$800. 431-1231. Itpd jl/13 PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS shade oaks, $79,900. 473-3468 or Call 964.5606
A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Run a picture of your for sale Item in CARPENTER WORK Remodeling-work, 473.7349.2tpd 3/13.20
of far sale It.m In FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For
Run a picture your our kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry.
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For Info call 964.6305. Reasonable prices. Call 4734018 after LAND FOR SALE Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. no"

.info call 964-6305. 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg
CARPET: AND VINYL Repairs and In. LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.
I II stallations. Free estimates. Ten years Own.r will finance. $164 per month.
I ERA experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
I Craig. 5/17 tfnchg LAKE GENEVA WATERFRONT 100 X 264
FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING ft. wooded lot In exclusive' Geneva
Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac Shores 42000. Phone 473-3379 or R & J'S M SHOP
4732521. 2/27 tfnchg 305.844.0708.4tpd 2/27-3/20
SINGLES Find that someone special
5" through Lakeside Singles Club Rt. 2 Worthington Springs 496.2534
m 964-5065 I Box 2641 Melrose FL 32666. Send for

application-ogas 18 to 60. 3/13 tfnchg
REALTORte cleaning. Call 4752349. 4tpd 3/13-4/3 Sales & RepairsChain
srL'ing HOUSE CLEANING- Reasonable rates
Day. or nights. 473.3629.2tpd 31320.

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I types of lawn work. Rick's lawn Ser 1k
vice. 473-4512. 4tpd 3/13-4/3 Saws & LawnmowersOPEN
Have you ever wished thai
and hate doing the bookwork that goeswith you were In a position to
block South of
Located 301 S.R.100
on Hwy. one own a swimming pool butweren't
It? Let me do it for you. Ov.r 15
experience, call Kim 475.5607 sure that you could
years afford such a luxury? Well, 8:00-5:00
2tpd 31320HANDYMAN having YOUR OWN pool : Monday-Friday : :
FREE SERVICE- Garden roto- doesn't
require a fortune
ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW tilling yard work maintenance anymorel! With the modern Saturday 8:00: 1:00:
About the Valu. of Your House repair. Tree trimming and removal construction techniquesand
BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK I Hauling. Any kind of odd job. 4733321. the standardized plans
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ERA CAN TELL YOU I otter, you can have the poolof
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NO OBLIGATION I than you think.

MARKET VALUE ESTIMATE prepared by our professionally trained staff. Prices Start At
Reviewed by a t.am with 42 years of Bradford County appraisal and sales ... BINGO..AMERICAN 21 N. Sunday LEGION afternoon POST 25.Hwy PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTYCorner

perience. Let us tell you what your house will sell for! ALSO..SATURDAY NIGHT at 7 O'clock $5,900INSTALLED

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Market Value Estimate heaters $25 each. "73.4961.ltchg3/13 shapes to choose from Utilities Available Excellent Investment OpportunityFor
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(See your tax bill) REAL ESTATE your home AND your Call 767-4035
1 budget. This reliable Fla. :
Mailing Address of' Owner WOODED LOT IN KEYSTONE OAKS By Slate Certified Contractor

Property Address or Directions. owner Asking $3000. Call will take care of everything 3.621p43,13
I 1.904.824.3586 after p.m. 2tpd 3/6.13 from design and Installationto

i A PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS 100% financing with s
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Best time to call
mike new pool beauty ol
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Home phone number_ -- -_ summer lun... Phone
info call 9646305.

.:.....Work.......phone.........number..........._...........................,..........................,........-... 399.5685 TF m LAVERN H. OUTLAW
SURROUNDED BY LOVELY OAKSI) Take your pick of' these two homes, one Janet M. "' rH ilL TOR'
new and one almost new. Owner must sell one. Full.Tim. Associates
.BUY NOW! PAY LATER! This 4BR 2 bath home Includes POOL wet bar 2 StarlingRealtor VACUUM I
fireplaces, many other extras. Own.r willing to sell with excellent terms.Brokerowner. 964.4522 DAVID L. DODGE, MSADesignated I KAY C. WATERS

Appraiser! I Res. 964.69
SOUTHGATE Two bedroom home with family room. Corner lot In perfect -2 BR 2Bo COUNTRY home 29900. SALE B STARKE. FL. Rx. 964-5370 PATTY KAY ELDER
Make offer.
location. $34,900. REDUCED TO $39,900: 1.1 ACRES NEW & USEDWe South 301 Plaza OPAL DICKSON Ret. 533-2965
HOME ON MADISON ST.! lots of room. Own.r financing.
with older home, beautiful pecan Open Mon thru Fri. R0i. 964.7333 SUZANNE KITCHENS
.SARATOGA HEIGHTS 4 BR, 2 bath with family room. Double carport. Pricedin Finance Our Own
trees. KIKIiYSUOYAUS 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Res. 964.7630
the 30's.HANDYMAN. OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE' Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 .
DUPLEX in town. 3 lots with owner financing. Only 25000. p.m.Appraisal.
Reduced to $13,900 1.6 acres, 12x60 EUHRKAS for Residence- Farm Commercial Business
Great terms.TWO .
MH. Your Full Service Real Estate Office
Lak. Both for HOOVERS
14x70 MOBILE HOMES: both rented. Kingsley area.
-IS ACRES: Older home and DW
$43,500 with owner financing. Let us show you how you can afford this EI.KCTUOLUX *FOR LEASE Suite E. South 301 Plaza.
.KINGSLEY LAKE AREA Immaculate MH with built-on. Nice shaded landscaped mobile home, 47500.3 tanks FILTER QUEENS 13* LOOK ME OVER I Call for app!. to see this beautiful 3 BR, 2 Bo home featuring
-11.9 ACRES 1 septic
yard. SEARS a formal LR. DR, fam rm. w/fireploce, and large kitchen. In citybest location,
.IIEDUCEDllov.ly country home ov.r 2500 sq. ft. on 3 1/4 acres Many extras, pond, pole barn. $33.500 COMMERCIALWe : : only $58.500.
ACRES $12.500 10
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call to see this today. Excellent Terms repair all makes OVER 1600 FT. highway frontage, New River. area opprox. 27 acres of ex

.CROSLEY S/D qul.t living on V4 acre Is nice. MH and porches and workshop _25000.4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. AI Young'sSince cellentland, $28.000.
LOCATION the Bradford Square Shopping
only 19000. -5 Ac.t Paved frntg. $12.500. PRIME COMMERCIAL : abutting
.LARGE 3BR, 2 both CB home on 1 acre In city only 44900. Center. $32.700.EXCELLENT .
.JUST OFF BESSENT RD a well planned home with 2 BR, 2 Bo large LR and dinIng 2400 commercial Sq. Ft. Bldg.65000.on 1.3 acres zoned 1957 BUY) Large home on 1.76 acres cleared for garden. Separate well S

kitchen cabinets everywhere, screen porch greenhouse 4 or 7 acres. 964.6918 septic tank for MH., 38000.
ANEW LISTING 3 BR 2 both nice fenced backyard paved drive, only 41000. -50 Ac.$50,000. MANICURED LOTS ((2)) with trees, ready to build on or put MH on.KINCSLEY .
.BUY THE FARM: 20 acres to grow your dreams. Own.r financed ((904)) M 3 Miles north of LAKE VILLAGE: 2 loll for $5500. Good buy! .

*FORSYTH ROAD starter 2 BR, 1 bath on 1.6 acres, fenced and ready for that J P.O.301 S.Drawer lowtey Starke on US301 tin *3 BEDROOM HOME: three.car garage on 21 acres, including 19 acres of nearly

Imaginative couple. mature pin. Only 72900.
.PRIVATE PERFECTION 969 sq. ft. completely remodeled and guaranteed by .. .LIGHT INDUSTRY: city water and sewer just less than I acre 525000.
Buyers Protection. Call to find out morel Low 30s. *3 DOUBLEWIDES on 20 acres. Paved Rd. OWNER WANTS ACTION. !
BELIEVE ITi until you see this rental In stable! area then you can see the CYPRESS MULCH .HANDYMAN SPECIAL only 17600.

bargain at 19500. .AFFORDABLE LIVING This neat and clean 2 BR, I bath Is In a quiet
WATERFRONT neighborhood minutes from town Only 24900.
.BEST BUY In lake property. 146'on crystal clear lake, well and septic and partial & PINE BARKYou .COUNTRY CLUB AREA brick 3 BR, 2 both eat-In kitchen, LR. Family room sun

cottage less than 35000. porch large lot. Owner anxious.
.NOW IS THE TIME to buy that waterfront property. We have ..v.rallot. withor SOUTHGATE AREA Beautiful contemporary 3 BR, 2 bath, chain link fenced.
without houses pick-up or We deliver Priced to sell for only $52.900.
BUILDING LOTS Delivery .INVESTORS I DEVELOPERS This development already has a paved road and
.BUILDING LOTS joining the Country Club. Two acre plus. Limited availability.Call Minimum 3 yds. on adjoins| the city limits. Price reduced for quick sole Owner financed.

today' CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING C COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE: but convenient to city You can have up to 29
*READY FOR YOUR NEW HOME lot on Bessent Rd. Great location, city water beautiful acres with this b.aulilul.pociou. 3 BR 2'/t bath home with many many.
and sewer available. Already cleared. r amenities. ABSOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN TO BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.
BUILDING THAT HOUSE you have always wanted on this 1V4 acre East of 964-6649 tin. M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage. Only $17.500.

ho.pltal. .FOR LEASE OR SALE 3BR. 2 baths on 2 acres CH/A, w/fireplace. Near FSP and
7.3 at Country Club on paved roads. 14 lots
*DEVELOPMENTS ready acres Lowtey Correctional $49,900.
possible! Small Investment per lot! .LAKEWOOD AREA Executive Home In on exclusive area with access to Crosby
COMMERCIAL lake. Quality construction throughout 4 bedroom 2 bath with many amenities.
.WHAT WOULD YOU PAY to advertise to everyone passing on 301 from now Mobile Home Roofovers Call Collect Reduced to $99.000.

on? For $19.000 your business con reach all the cart everyday from this great and Insulates 10 ACRES, 20 ACRES and 25 ACRES oil 3 parcels are excellent postures for hayor
commercial site. 10% OFF grazing. Hwy 325 S. of Hampton.
Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR .COMMERCIAL: Highway frontage on South 301. 2 parcels to choose from.
MINI FARM Land In 3BR, 2Ba, kitchen 71900.
.. Evenings64.401$ S ACRE : pasture super
Sales Manager REALTOR ASSOCIATES Eft'II:1t: arn fIB m FinancingAvailable CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby Lake, large DW mobile home, 3'2, new

Tam B.m.nt .'''3'Loul. gnt uDt: double-pane windows, owner financed $34,900. '
Irene L. Faulkner ''''-51'2 Marty Russell IM-WM ora:: .BRING ON THE HORSES I CATTLE:49 acres, house on highway. Priced right excellent
.Young '*''.7525
Karen Adorn. 944002UeHerdenbrook terms. .
1 Suzanne Klh.n.4.7e30 Lucille Spry "......20 .FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West /t acre building lots, owner financed
4-527. . .HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. 6 Flume Rd. Owner financed
APPRAISALS IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3/2. eat-In kit., great room, carport owner fin. 51500.
LEE HARDENBROOK- lots of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. -1
.94-* *6s27COMMERCIAL Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL to 5 acres Forsyth Rd..Adjoins Lou-Ann Nursery *One lot oak-laden with lake

RESIDENTIAL Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA vl.w.4 Acres, high and dry with lots of trees close to Sampson lake. -5 Acreson 'I

Rentals.REALTOR Available ASSOC. C Insulated or Storm 215 E. Call Street 100 West. We Invite Inquiries' On Our Other PropertiesThinking

Cerol Property Werner Management Division tin_ _Windows Starker Fla. 964-6766 / of Buying or Selling? Coil u.f

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Pale I.t BSKCTION Marr-h 13, J9H6

r Union County- Ads } Deputies Arrest Ten, Solve 7 Burglaries: i ; \ .'. >


NOTICE YARD SALE Since last Friday, March 7 the David Aderholt for breaking into the after a struggle the subject fleed. rests.
Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- Jr. Food Store in Keystone Heights. On March 10,according to Denton, Property recovered from another
ment have been busy with ten arrests On the 10th a juvenile was arrested while working the scene of the recent robbery saw additional ...
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- Thursday Friday and Saturday/March of individuals involved in seven for the attempted robbery of Edlee burglary at a Brownlee Rd. charges placed against
milled to the Union County Times office 13, 14, and 15 All day Refrigerator unrelated burglaryrobberies.The Davis residence which occurred Friday residence, a phone call was received A third juvenile was urged '
In writing and paid In advance 3.piece sofa chair rocker with' wood arrests started when Lt. Glen Feb.28. On March 11 the second from the Florida National Bank March 12 with the Jr. Food Store
unlet credit l I. already established trim baby clothes, books, dining room Moore arrested Martin Dudding for juvenile was charged with principleto where a man was attempting to casha burglary' and additional charges
I with this office. table with four choirs Griffit road in taking a computer from a home on first degree robbery. rather large personal check were placed against the two
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Raiford below Fellowship BaptistChurch. March 8, according to InvestigatorDon belonging to the Brownlee Rd. resi- juveniles arrested March 9.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Follow signs Itpd. 3/13 Denton. Lt. John Dempsey arrested Davis opened the door to a knocK dent. Deputies were able to apprehend All of these burglaries were
Moving Friday Saturday March Curtis Shell for stealing a bull Feburary 28 at which time a male the subject at the bank. His unrelated, said Denton, but the entire
THE TELEPHONE 14 and IS 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.Motorcycle,
I Clatiified, deadline it TUESDAY. stove, air conditioner furniture dog and on March 9 he arrested wearing a ski mask pushed himself arrest lead to the arrest of the second department worked on at least
NOON prior to Thursday publication. gas appliances, clothes, 30 Circle Drive Albert Smith for breaking into the into the room,grabbed her and push man. Gary Roberts and Frank one of them. "It is unusual to have
Minimum charge 15 words for$2.7S. Ralford Prison Housing. Itchg. 3/13 Roping Club Concession Stand. Alsoon ed her to the floor and demanded her Phillips were charged with that rob- this many different cases with this
th.n 10 centt for each word th.r.aft.r. the 9th, two juveniles were arrested money. According to the victim she bery. Jewelry and other items were many arrests at one time," said
INSURANCEMAINES by Denton and InvestigatorThe refused to give him any money and recovered as a result of those ar Denton.

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Wall unit, lighted(great for tterea.TV or LAND FOR SALE 4 7 LAND
i, book. Dinning table with tin choirs,
good condition, Need to tell to make 5 to 15 acres Three miles from Pro.
I room for new. Call to tee "".32116. vidence. Olustee Creek crosses, coun SALE
after 6 P.M. It 3/6 ty grade, large oaks and pasture.
141' underplnlng for trailer 12x12' insulated Owner financed. Also 5 or 10 acres 3.5
outside building. Call 4311466. miles from lake Bulter Call 496-2802. t/N "
Itcho. 3/13 3/6 2tchg. 3/13 $4700 DOWN $4700 MONTHTerms
HELP WANTED 5.7 acres In Union County Call 4311653. ,

"chg.3/13 i based on purchase of 293700. Financing offered by seller on balance of $2890.00 @. $47.00per

Government Job. $16,040.$59,230/yr. FOR RENTOne month over 96 months, including 11.95% APR. (WE FINANCE EVERYONE).
Now hiring. Coll 18056876000.( ) Ext.

8tpd.3 R.1136 for current f.d.ral list. 2/13 homes., two All and electric three central bedroom heat mobile and LARGE, WOODED BUILDING LOTS OF OVER 1/3 ACRE EACH.

Life company Insurance Experienced.agent needed Need Growing 218 life air playground cable TV.Pines Basketball Call 4962366.and (SPECIAL AREA APPROVED FOR MOBILE HOMES). IDEAL FOR

and 220 property and casualty licenses. SR121 Lake Butler 1/9 tfnchg.Six CARPETS
Guaranteed salary and commission. room house with swimming pool. ANYWHERE INVESTMENT, RETIREMENT, VACATION OR PERMANENT.AT .
Send resume to: P.O. D'uw.i A Starke. Near Lake Butler, reasonble rates, nice Carpels may be ,installed over practically
Fla. 32091 or 150 W. Main Lake Butler.' location. Call 4963018. 1/9 tfn/chg.
surface/ whether wood
Fla. 32054. Interview to follow. Office and Warehouse space located In any
2/204tchg. 3/13 Union County Times Building at 150 concrete or other flooring material
Car..r opportunity for sewing machine West Main. Call 496-2261, for more in Carpets may evon be laid, over hard or LAKE GENEVA
operator Offer Iwo weeks paid vaca formation. 1 It 227House soft tile floors when properly put
tion three paid holidays, insurance Two bedroom two both 1055 S. down
plan and profit'" shoring. Apply in person Lake Ave. Adults only No Pets. Call That's the reason we recommend
at Lake Butler Apparel. Experience 7527502. Itchg. 3/13 SWIM
helpful but not required. We will train. New 2 bedroom mobile home Furnished. professional installation
1 Itchg 3/13 Couples only No Pets Call 496-3305. trained m the bjsmoss, of carpet laying -
1 Itchg. 3/13 have varying, methods of installation AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA

HOMES for different' types of floors Be
PERSONAL SERVICESSeptic sure to employ a professional. I lo lay THIS\ \
ONLY March 15 16
Government Home from $1 (U repair). Tanks Brice Jones Septic Tanks- Carpet ,
Also delinquent tax property. Coll New septic tanks, drain lines lift stations Take the same care when buying, VIEEKEMO
1(805)681.6000Ext( ) GH-II36. for infor and pump out tanks. After 7 carpet See us for the best We can fill & SUtIOAY 10:00: am 'til 5:00 pm
motion 2/13 Blpd. 4/3 A.M.. Coll 275.2268 After 7 P.M.. Call your carpet needs SATURDAY
Brick home Three bedroom In Lake 2752197. tfnchg. 1/23
Butler. 990 S.W. lit Terrace. Call Housecleaning service available' Call for NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY JUST DRIVE ON
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Call Anytime I mixed Mixed toy German collie shepherd female, male to good and Starke, Florida '/4 mile on CR 214 to entrance on left marked "'4700 LAND SALE" (For more info call 486-2936

Hampton f homes. Good with children or elderly. 964-7423 'in Gainesville on Thur. Fri nice 7-9 p.m.) Not necessary to call, just drive on out... ?.
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: News BriefsTwo

Haiford Men March 4 in county court by Judge Bond was set at $1,000, he was Willard Leroy Thornton was arrested was .08 percent. Bond was set at cupais charging failure to appear to
Arrested For George H. Pierce. released on his own recognizance.Albert March 8 for driving while $755.75 total, he was released on his answer charges of DWLS and no tag,
Burglary Griffis pled guilty to failure to license suspended (oWLS) accor- own recognizance: according to Deputy Eugene Lee.
Two Itaiford men were arrested maintain single lane, driving while Haskell Smith was arrested ding to Patrolman Max Bridges. He Bond was set at $100.75. Dilas is be-
March 11 for the burglary and grand license suspended and the DUI; he March 9 for burglary and petit theft., was released after a $251.50 surety Willace Edward Dilas, 22 of Lake ing held for Okaloosa County wherehe
theft of an residence was fined$624.50 Lt. Smith is bond Butler was arrested March 11 on a has 11 charges against( him.
on Brownlee plus$41.50,orderedto according to Dempsey. was posted. .
Road from the -=- :; .... ,... I. -
near Starke. pay $50 court costs, attend DWI charged with taking candy
Frank Phillips! 25, and Gary school, remain under Salvation Army concession stand at the Bradford Gerald Anthony Hendrieth, 28, of
Roberts, 21, were arrested after supervision one year. roping Club.Elizabeth. Lawtey was arrested March 9 for
Phillips attempted to cash a forged Griffis' drivers license is suspended DUI, according to Trooper Dean Public Auction
check at the Florida National Bank for five years.Crawford A. Smith, 43, of Starkewas Pescia. He was released after a
during the investigation by the pled guilty to careless arrested March 8 on a capias $362.50 surety bond was posted.
sheriff's department of the robbery driving, no valid driver's license, no charging worthless check, according State of Florida
at the home, according to In- tag and DUI. He was fined $624.50 to Deputy Lee. Bond was set at Scott R. Whitaker 21, of Duval
vestigator Don Denton and Lt. Glen plus $41.50 and $100.75, must attend $326.98. Smith was released on her county was arrested! March 6 for
Moore. DWI school, pay $25 court costs and own recognizance. She was again arrested DWLS,according to Trooper Pescia. Including equipment from: Depl. ol' Transportation. Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles (Fl. Highway Patrol) Stale Attorney's Office, ol Law Enforcement, of
Dept Dept.
Phillips is charged with forgery, his license Is suspended for five March 11 for worthless check, The charge was dismissed at Agriculture,end Dept.ot General Services.
uttering a forged check and two years. bond was set at $295, she was again Whitaker's first appearance, according -
counts of burglary and grand theft. ROR. to the records.! SALE LOCATION: Dept. of Transportation Maintenance Yard
Bond was set!
charge. $5,000 on each 2 Juveniles ChargedIn Martin Lyle Dudding, 23,of Starkewas Adam Keith Rosier, 24, of Brad- West Railroad St.. Lake City, Florida
Roberts is charged with burglary Brooker AssaultTwo arrested March 7 for grand ford County was arrested March 6 SALE TIME 11:00
theft to Lt Glen Moore. : : a.m. Saturday, March 22, 1986
and grand theft. Total bond is for DWLS, according to Patrolman
$10,000. juveniles have been chargedin Dudding is charged with taking a Hinds. Bond was set at $100.75, he INSPECTION: Friday, March 21, 9:00: am to 4:00: pm
Both men are charged with Bradford County in connectionwith computer from a residence and sell- was released on his own March
taking Saturday, 22, 9:00: am to 11:00:
it to the Bond set
guns, jewelry and other items from the February 28 assault of a ing pawn shop. was recognizance.
the residence in addition to the 79-year-old woman in her home. at$1,000.111' was released on his own TERMS: Cash, Cashier Check Personal or Company Check
check. The woman reported that when recognizance. Cornelius Covington 52, of Starke with current bank letter of credit. A Deposit of
she answered a knock at her door, a was arrested March 8 for DUI and '
3 Juveniles man in a.stocking mask pushed her Teresa Anne Morgan of Starkewas improper according to 300" for each car, station wagon, van or light
ChargedIn to the floor and demanded money. arrested March 8 on a capias Patrolman Hinds. Covmgton's blood truck must be made at time of sale. For other equip.
Store Thefts The woman was treated for bruises charging grand theft II, according to alcohol content was .21 percent. ment a 25% deposit Is required. The balance Is due
Three juveniles were arrested and after she struggled with the intruder Investigator David Aderholt. Bond was set at $387.50. He was by 3:00: p.m. March 24, or deposits will be forfeited.
who left Morgan is charged with taking approximately -
charged with emptyhanded.A released on his own recognizance. .
breaking into a convenience -- -- ITEMS TO BE AUCTIONED ----
17-year-old boy has been charged $1,200 in currency from
store near Keystone Heights. Law's Vans Pickups Dump Trucks Cabs & Chassis Flat Beds
Tavern from Nov. 1
with through
attempted robbery and Olan Stafford Waldron of
The Jr. Food Store Hampton -
been broken into four on times SR-100 since has another 17-year-old has been charged Dec. 28. Bond was set at $1,200, She was arrested March 8 for no tag, l Ram Charger 5 Dozers Tractor Motor Grader Excavator j
Feb. 7, according to Investigator as his accomplice, according to was released on her own DUI, DWLS and refusing to sign the Hay Rake Hay Conditioner, Hay Bayler Rolovators
David Aderholt. Each time entry Lt. Glen Moore. recognizance. citations, according to Patrolman -- 20 Misc. Cars from various sidle agencies. 1977 to 1983
was gained by smashing a plate Two Arrested Two Starke Women John Hodges. Bond was set at $1,630. -f Highway' Patrol Can 15 Marine Patrol Cars J:
glass window. Waldron remains in custody. 13 Confiscated Cars. Includes '81 BMW & 73 Mercedes 450 a
Deputies followed a trail of footprints Attempt to Sell I Arrested For ForgeryTwo FOR INFO. CALL Tom Garner 904/354 2333 x
left Al Douglas Bullock of Starke was FIRST TEAM AUCTION _
at the most recent Stolen PropertyTwo Starke who cashed
women arrested March 11 for DUI and
burglary March 9, during the early checks which did not belong to themat 1000 Riverside Aye Suite 602 Jacksonville. Fl 32204
morning hours. Deputies followed. people were arrested Feb. 19 DWLS, according to Patrolman W
the footprints to a nearby house when they attempted to sell stolen Feb.local 20.Kimberly. drug stores were arrested C. Reno. His blood alcohol content > '

where crime.two juveniles admitted to the property Ulysees to Lorenzo a local pawn Johnson shop., 20, and D. Cohens, 20, and --- d .ilIIIIUjJ:IID1_.n i'J' ,III.

Sharon Lavonne Scott, 22, both of Vernel Elaine Hampton, 26 were
Further investigation revealed
these Alachua were arrested by charged with forgery and uttering MULEY SEZ: Lease a
boys were the same ones who Investigator
forged document, according to. -
authorities and with
had broken charged dealingin
ml o the store on other oc
casions. stolen property, according to David Aderholt. By forg-
The three juveniles are charged Patrolman Max Bridges.The ing the names on the checks, Cohens New Car or Truck from
and Hampton were able to cash two
with pair attempted to sell a two-hp
burglaries and grand
theft. Much of the stolen merchandise Sears air-compressor to the Starke from payroll Starke checks they Uniforms had acquired, said Lake Chevy-Olds and And That'we'll
which included beer, magazinesand Pawn Shop, a check of the serial Aderholt. The checks were in the
cigarettes was recovered, said number revealed the compressorwas amounts of $112 and $116 and were Ain't No
Aderholt. stolen from the Chesapeake, Va. make first
cashed at Andrews Drugs and Mitchell's your
One area. r.
additional arrest is expectedin
Johnson and Scott were releasedon Drug Butt

One the burglaries.of with the criminal juveniles mischief.was alsochargl'd He was their set at own$500.Recent .recognizance. Bond $200.released Bond Cohens on on each their and charge own Hampton recognizance.was set were at three ((3)) payments. Plus

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Batten. Amanda Welch Rhlannon Bolt Julie Hasten, Katina Hampton,
lifcha Cummings (not necessarily In the order of the pictures) say thank
Up, Up, and Away... you tlon.to their sponsors by presenting them with a certificate of apprecla-

I Caitelto Troop 320 prepared dinner Carl Minx accepts for Western Auto and Dr. Len Schlofman accepts his
fur their sister troop, Senior certificate and then gave the Brownies a tour of the office last Monday
I 4 Troop 669, and the Caddie mothers during Girl Scout Week.
i 't. !t rV last Tuesday in celebration of Girl
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Following the dinner a fashion
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March: 13, 1986 B SECTION Page 13

Motorcycle Chase

I Sees One ArrestedA

20-year-old Starke man, the object turned around and headed for Starke
of a March 2 high speed motor- again at a high rate of speed on Plea-
cycle chase, was arrested last sant Grove Road. The motorcycle
Wednesday and charged with the continued to elude by turning onto a
STAR stealing of a motorcycle. dirt road, at which time he wrecked.
Bernard Beard was charged with The driver then fled on foot into the
grand theft, wilful-wanton reckless woods, said Williams.
fleeing, attempting to elude a police Dogs were called to aid in the
I officer and improper driver's search but only the helmet, gloves
Mr, Y4Y license, according to Trooper B. A. and hat were found in the woods.
A Williams. Fingerprints were taken from the
Williams said he was called to items found as well as the wrecked
Pleasant Grove Road March 2 to motorcycle. In addition local
check a complaint of motorcycles witnesses identified the rider as
racing on the roadway. When the Beard, said Williams.
Via,. trooper arrived, the motorcycle The wrecked motorcycle had been
riders fleed. stolen from Cecil Field Naval Station -
One cycle left the roadway and in Jacksonville, said Williams.A .
Williams said he took off after the capias was issued for Beard's
one on Pleasant Grove Road. After arrest but he turned himself into the
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i State Attorney Gets.V 105 Felony Cases, Grand Jury Indictment ':

The Bradford Office of the State three guilty pleas were accepted. Sworn complaint Issuing wor- aggravated battery pled
; guilty ag-
Attorney received 105 new in- Three cases were dismissed and thless check Nov. 7 to Rawson's gravated assault,sentenced three Ronald Romanie arrested Feb. 14 L. J. Norman. arrrested Nov. 6,
dividual cases and/or felony one case was a direct file. ($50)); restitution made. years DOC consecutive to for issuing worthless check; restitu- 1984 for conspiracy to traffic in a
defendents for prosecution during The following individual cases Sworn complaint issuing wore sentence now serving. any tion made. controlled substance and grand
the month of February, according to received final disposition during the thless check Nov. 11 to Rawson's Lessly George Spates arrested Inmate Levi! Henry charged with theft; defendant sentenced on other I
Investigator Wiley Clark. month of February, according to $50); restitution made. April 11 for shooting into occupied first degree murder; dismissed, charges.
I Five of the cases were prison Clark; Sworn complaint charging Issuing building; found guilty of improper same charge previoulsy filed. Johnnie Blaine Thompson arrested -
related. worthless check Oct. 24 to Florida exhibition of firearm and possessionof Henry charged with aggravated Nov. 6 for conspiracy to traf--
Informations were filed on 90 prior Wayne Hadeny Hutchins arrested National Bank for $280; facts do not firearm by convicted felon by a battery; same charge previously fil fic in a controlled substance and
cases and the office declined to prosecute August 3 for armed robbery and bat constitute a criminal offense. Jury,sentneced to 24 months DOC ed.Sworn grand theft; defendant sentenced on
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f, 16 cases. Six cases were tery; pled no contest to aggravated Sworn complaint charging Issuing count I, 364 days Bradford County complaint charging issuing other charges.Inmate .
dismissed.Two assault, sentenced to four years probation worthless check ($57.47 to Rawson's Jail to be served consecutive on worthless check; case transferred to Timothy A. Jones charged
guilty pleas were acceptedand 30 days in Bradford County Dec. 8); restitution made. count II.Sworn. misdemeanor division. with escape; cases consolidated. e
five violations of probation were Jail, must pay court costs and make Sworn complaint
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handled by the office. There were restitution to victim. gravated assault Oct. 26; dismissed, thless check to TG&Y Dec. 24 for 1-
two jury trials in January and one Donald Westley Green arrested unable to locate esential witness. $116.36; victim does not wich to each Wed. .;
I extridation was handled by the state Sept. 13 for burglary, criminal Sworn complaint charging issuing secute. pro- Open Bowling Night )
attorney's office. mischief; case dismissed, restitu- worthless check Oct. 22 ($250 to Sworn complaint of aggravated :
Two felony appeals were filed and tion made. Florida Bank); facts do not con- assault; case dismissed restitution : Red Headpen Strike = Free Game ,\
I I' nonjudicial action was taken on two Sworn complaint charging issuing stitute a criminal offense. made.
cases. worthless check ($182.06 to TG&Y); George Washington arrested James Ronald Lawson r
I. pled guilty Club 25 Features Ii I
Thirty-one misdemeanor cases dismissed, restitution made. August 2 for burglary, grand theft; to attempted sexual battery, '
were received and 32 prior cases Sworn complaint chargng tamper- case lacks prosecutive merit. sentenced to 20 years DOC con Tommy Ott BandFri.jt -
were dismissed. Thirteen pleas of ing with witnesses; case dismissed, Anthony Conrad Carroll arrested secutive to sentence now servIng.Lenroy Sat. 9 1:30 '\
guilty were accepted and three lacked prosecutive merit. Aug. 22 for burglary, grand theft; Brewer arrested June 7, Dm -- .
:, cases received nonjudicial action. Sim Oliver Crum arrested Oct. 7 case lacks prosecutive merit. 1983 for grand theft; poled guilty
There were three nonjury trials and on a charge of battery of school Horace Sellers, Jr. arrested Oct. 2 Oct. 8,1984, placed on five years probation Starke Lanes -- .?t
I the office declined to prosecute 17 board employee; victim does not for forgery, uttering forged Instru- ; arrested Dec. 31, 1985 for J )
j' cases Five cases were dismissed by wish to prosecute. ment; defendant pled to other countsin violation of probation; Feb. 17 admitted j 1612 N. Temple 964-8175 1
I' the court. Sworn complaint issuing wor- same case.' to allegations of VOP, found
Eight petitions were filed in thless check ($50 Rawson's Super- Arthur R. Sorace charged with issuing guilty, probation terminated,
I juvenile court. The state attorney valu); restitution made. worthless check $1,875); case sentenced to 15 months DOC.
declined the recommendation from Sworn complaint of burglary, dismissed, improper venue. Obie Lee Jackson arrested Aug. 20 301 South Sandi-Houses '
I'l HRS on five cases. Nonjudicial action criminal mischief, battery; victim Manuel A Perez, inmate, charged for burglary; case transferred to Hwy oHtmt .
was taken on ten cases and does not wish to prosecute. with possession of contraband and misrtpmeanor division. > Jurussr I

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