Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Decision on Santa Fe Pass Proiect Delayed For Reports j

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The Alachua County Commissionhas all four reports filed so far have wetlands (11.11 i water facilities.Hill and Cheshire are former Keystone ,'
extended the deadline to Friday, favored removal of the fill placed on flood plain. The Santa Fe Pass says much of the developmentis Heights area residents. ,
March 21, to receive reports from the wetlands area eight years ago developers allegedly placed 5,000 to be constructed on wetlands that ?:,
various environmental agencies and called for restoration of the cubic yards of unpermitted fill in the have previously been illegally filled After a long period of inaction, the
Family Trail Ride... concerning wetland-fill violations by damaged area. Santa Fe Lake wetlands. by Santa Fe Pass, Inc. owners. Construction proposed development surfaced :I
The Lake Area Horseman's developers of the Santa Fe Pass project The commission agreed that after of the complex and its accompanying again in January when developers
Association is hosting a family day north of Earleton Beach. all reports are filed, a workshop will sewagetreatmentfacility sought approval of Phase 2 of their
trail ride and barbecue on Satur- The action was taken at the be held prior to a final vote on the The Santa Fe Pass is an elaborate would jeopardize the qualityof plans from the Alachua County "
day, March 22, beginning at 9 a.m. Alachua board's Tuesday, March 18, Santa Fe Pass project in mid-April. plan designed to include 50 overnight the lake water by over-using it, he Development Review Board. Some I ,
at the Heights meeting. rental units for use by members, a states. 150 members of the Santa Fe Lake '.
sman's Keystone Club inside the KH Sport-airport. About eight county and state agen- At its Tuesday meeting, the 150 seat restaurant, private Dwellers Association twice filled the
Gates to the sportsman's club cies are preparing studies and mak- Alachua Commission revised its ordinance clubhouse, marina, and boat docking Santa Fe Pass, Inc. is owned and meeting room in opposition to the !
will open at 8 a.m. with loads of fun ing recommendations concerningthe to reduce the amount of fill and storage facilities. Santa Fe being developed by Joseph Wat- plans, causing the Alachua
and entertainment for the entire project. Harold Hill, president of permitted on a construction site Pass, Inc. officers have also appliedfor tleworth of Williston, and William authorities to put a hold on a deci-
family. the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Associa- from 1,000 to 500 cubic yards.No state permission to construct Watson, Michael Adams, and Larry sion until various environmental
For more information, call finn said Wednesday. March 19. that fill, however is allowed in sewage treatment and drinking- Cheshire all of Gainesville. Adams agencies can report their findings.

473-3728 or 473.3090.Upcoming. .


The School Board will meet at 7 .:: Board
p.m. Monday, March 24, at Starke BeginsTo
Elementary in yet another of its
school-site pre-budget conferences.The X
Bradford Zoning Board will .
meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 25,
in regular session. One routine
items is on the agenda. Grapple
The Bradford School Board is
scheduled to meet Monday, March
31, at 7 p.m. at Bradford Middle
School for a pre-budget and "want
list" session.
The city commission of Starke
will next meet Tuesday April 1, at With Garbage
7:30 meeting.: p.m. for its first Tuesday ;

Republicans to An engineer will be hired and a installed at the dump to contain the
Gather... preliminary study will be done to see leaching. Such a liner costs from $48
if the county landfill is con- to $100 per square foot Hallman
The quarterly meeting of the taminating the ground water, Brad- said, which would translate into hun-
Bradford County Republican Clubis ford commissioners decided after a dreds of thousands of dollars. That is
set at 7 p.m. today (Thursday, two-hour meeting last Thursday the worst possible scenario, according -
March 20)) at 7 p.m. in Bradford's night March 13. to County sanitarian Darrell
Family Restaurant, formerly the Currently, nobody knows whetherto O'Neal.
Chicken Factory. attempt to extend the life of the Hall further said the county is facing -
present landfill on SR-100 just west some type of mandatory county-
Egg Hunt... of Keystone Heights in a sandy area wide collection charge to pay for the
with a clay layer which it is hoped upcoming project.
An Easter Hunt is
Egg set at
will contain contaminants which O'Neal said no contamination of
Wainwright Park in Starke next may be leaching out of the garbagein the groundwater has been detected,
Friday, March 28, sponsored by the the landfill, or to close out the pre- but that no testing has been done in
Recreation .
Department.An sent site and buy a new one. Only the past 18 months. DER was doing
egg hunt for kids ages 3-6 is that is the but and the
yi thing certain is that testing stopped, process
set for 10 The hunt for
a.m. ages whichever decision is made it will be was so expensive that he stop
7-10 is for .
set 2 p.m.Refreshments expensive.A ped having the tests done, said
will be served. Br-
preliminary study to determine O'Neal. I
ing you own baskets. Children must what must be done with the present People around the state feel the
be able to hunt their own eggs. N landfill will cost from $10,000 to garbage disposal problem has

S.Fe Cemetery Vote... $20,000 guessed engineer Milton L. become so expensive that state
Hallman, president of the firm of funds will be allocated to small coun-
An election for new officers of the Mayes, Sudderth & Etheredge, Inc. ties, such as Bradford, within the
Santa Fe Cemetery is set next of Orlando. Those figures do not in- next two or three years, said John
Thursday, March 27, at 7:30 p.m. in /Y 1 EEFLh clude actually testing to see if the Gibson, Jr., marketing director for
the city hall at Hampton, according groundwater is contaminated, but Hallman's engineering firm. I
to Sec.-Treas. Sylvia Hall. only for determining the method to Hallman and Gibson suggested the t
Current trustees are John present landfill can be made to last I
Campen, chairman; Wilbert 4 use.Up from Orlando,Hallman and his at least a couple more years, if
Gunter, W'lliam Melton, and R.O. _________ firm's marketing director visited something bad isn't found when the I
Simmons. the commissioners, and stressed the testing is done. That would buy time
; unknown factors, and said the county for the state funding decision to be
should not jump off in any direction made, they suggested.
Heading for Disney until the condition of the present Commissioner Wilbur Waters said
't. landfill is determined. Architect he likes the idea of high-rising the
World... : 'J- Frank Darabi of Gainesville visited present landfill for 10 more years, if
Eighth graders from Bradford the commission March 3 and possible. High-rising means alter-
Middle School are selling raffle w i predicted the landfill won't last a nate layers of compacted garbageand
r P dirt on top of the ground,
tickets to raise money for a class year.
trip to Disney World. nTiH According to both engineers, the resulting in a large pile of dirt. High-
Tickets will be sold until March "g life of the landfill is limited. Darabi rising is also an expensive alter

27 for $1 each. The drawing is set ; L a placed life of the landfill as it native.
April 1. Many businesses have and ft presently exists at one year. Brevard, Broward, and Orange
individuals have contributed prizes. q- Hallman said he wasn't so sure of counties all have house-to-house

Any help for the student trip will that.Hallman assessments for garbage disposal,
be appreciated. said a preliminary and Volusia is preparing one, said
hydro-geological engineering study Hallman in answer to a question by
needs to be made. There are alter- Commissioner E.W. Hodges.
Proper Phone Use... natives to the garbage disposal Garbage collector businessman

Proper use of the telephone is the The Miracle of Call Street... situation in Bradford County, "....butI Randy Gaskins asked, "How much
topic of a seminar/luncheon set Community the will work Its down Call Street. can't tell you what. money are you-all trying to get?
Calling the new Starke Center of Santa Fe redevelopment way
First determination to make is the Gaskins and garbage collector contractor
next Thursday, March 27, from Street Andrews lauded and challenged the community.
College "the Miracle of Call project
noon to 1 p.m. at the Western Steer. organizer and benefactor Guy Andrews had written "Together we made this miracle happen... together we extent of the pollution at the landfill, Tom Perryman said they'dlike
meaning finding out whether the the to include in the
Business education instructor dedicationso make it the answer to our dreams of a bigger, better
down what he wanted to say at Saturday's can
leaching water from buried assessment their for
garbageand coming charge
Della Rosenberg with the Bradford andabove all- better trained
he wouldn't leave out anyone or anything. Pointingto more prosperous
metal has and then be the
the paid
penetrated clay pickup, by coun-
. school system will be the speaker. the progress already made Andrews said he hopes and educated community." layer beneath the landfill.At .

I i The program, secretaries Is aimed, and at all receptionists in-- worst, a liner would have to be (See Garbage..p.3A)

terested phone users.A .

drink$3, and charge tip.covers the meal, Falling; Gas Prices Have Little Effect on Local Operators B

Pix with Bunny... '-"
That beautiful music you hear change frequently, with the cost this
Wanta get your picture made while tooling down the highway is week being .015 cents higher than the price below acquisition cost.
with the Easter Bunny? the sound of gasoline prices crashingto last week. Register believes the In- Will Therefore, on a falling market,
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and the lower levels than ever believed crease is a temporary adjustment, How Low It Go? prices move down slowly, but move <,
, McDonald's of Starke will be taking possible, only a few months ago. and prices will continue to slide up quickly on a rising market.
t pictures of kids with the Easter While consumers hear soul music, it downward for some time yet Within the post two week gasoline prices locally have fallen Approximately thirty years ago, "
Bunny and your favoriteMcDonald's is a cacophonous sound tp workers in When the news media reports that 24 cents per gallon at the lowest self-service pumps, from 1.09.9 within there were thirty service stations
characters Saturday, the oil fields, who can hear the wolf crude has dropped to a new low, whydoesn't the city limits. It was said
j March 22, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. howling at the door. Falling oil per gallon several months ago to 85.9 this week that Starke had more service stations -
f I at McDonald's of Starke. The price prices mean different things to dif- the price within of gasoline the week'drop Eastern, Tenneco, and P.po self-service prices are 85.9 per per registered vehicle than any
! is $3.50 with proceeds going to the ferent people. correspondingly First, the refiner, may not be able to gallon for regular gas and 90.9 per gallon for unleaded, the town be In the reasonable nation, and it appearedto
Ronald McDonald House in a statement. Today
j Jr. Gulf Oil take of the market lowest prices In town.
I Gainesville. Register, advantage spot there are only a handful of full-
Dealer in Starke, reported that fluctuations price, since he may have contractedfor Everybody Is hoping gas prices will continue to slide service service stations, and a half
I Brantley to Speak... in gasoline prices have littleor a supply at a higher price, and downward.All dozen convenient stores selling
effect local dealers or service must maintain the of gasoline
no on price
below elf- ervlce. Full gasoline. Many service station
prices are prices are 7.10
candidate Lew
State Senate
since their
I station operators, until lower priced crude enters the buildings have been razed and
Brantley will be the guest speakerat mark-up is based on "cents pergallon" pipe line. Secondly, the distributormay cent per gallon higher. replaced with other businesses, suchas
j the March 22 covered dish sup- rather than on a percentage have many thousands of Pepo Gulf Chevron the convenience store across the
per of the Kingsley Lake Property figure, and sales don't seem to riseor gallons of gasoline in storage tanks, Regular 5.9 89.9 93.9 street from Tenneco. Other
Owners Association.The fall with prices. The retail price of purchased at an old price, and must
I buildings have been renovated and
dinner is set at 6:30 p.m. at gasoline remains reasonably cons- move it out before he is able to lower Unleaded 90.9 95.9 104.9 other functions such
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center. tant, since operators do not like to the wholesale price to his operators.The Premium 110.9 119.9 114.9 serve bakery, opticians office, attorneys as a
change pump prices with each pur- operator may have gasoline on office, and used car sales.
Fair Tickets... chase. Wholesale prices, however, hand, and would be reluctant to cut

Advance tickets for the 1986

are Bradford on sale County at schools Fair through set April April 8-12 Board Changes Vo-Tech Administrative Responsibility Line-Up for 8687With I

j 4 and at the Chamber office
through April 7. only one responsiblity align- In adopting one of four proposals tor and coordinator of evening, ment, although they declined to actually The school board approves the administrative
Advance tickets are 2 for $1. At ment change, a 1986-87 organiza- presented in the board meeting adult, and community education. On cut a position and chose to position chart. The
the fair tickets will be $1 each. tional chart for administrators was agenda,the school board approved a another chain was the director and allow natural attrition to eventuallytake superintendent then fills the
Tickets left over from last will approved Monday night, March 17, vocational responsibility line-up in assistant director of vo-tech center, care of that problem. tions. Supt. Duncan now must file
not be honored. year by the Bradford School Board. which all four vo-tech center administrators also reporting to the county-wide Also changed in the chart are two 27 administrative positions. So far,
Tickets sale at Starke With all the vo-tech ad- are responsible to the vocational director. vo-tech titles. The title of vo-tech there is no talk of changes, unless
on :
Ele., Southside Ele., BMS, Lawtey ministrators present, including county-wide vocational director, The separation of the lineup and center director is changed to assistant somebody retires.
Ele. Brooker Ele. Ele. Coordinator of Community Educa- who is currently Millard Brown. reporting directly to the superintendent director, and the title of assistant No move was made Monday nightto
Hampton ,
Hank Green who has Feb. 17 after director is changed to vocational combine the positions of
Union School Andrews tion emphysema Supt. Duncan presented a plan, tabl- was rejected county-
County -
and in wheel 1 Board Member Hall coordinator The plan also wide vocational director and vo-tech
in Lake Butler and was present a ed Feb. 17 by the school board Rodney ques-
Lake Drugs Travel in chair, the board declined to take any which divided the vocational of tioned it. Board members also questioned states the position of vocational center director's job, which was
Region Keystone action which would cut an administrator's responsibility into two parts, each the having four administrators coordinator will be phased out whena discussed Feb. 17.
Heights. salary or make one reporting to the superintendent. On for the vocational program vacancy in the vocational ad- (See Vo-Tech..P.3A
take a lower position. one side was the county-wide direc- with the center's low enroll minlstratrive area occurs.



Page. ;t\ Tt.tt: : .JtAPIi March 20, 1986

I School Board Visits Southside Elementaryby pf Stations.the .Cross &

Busier Kahn children were bored with television. were stacked in every available There followed a discussion as to the Re-enacted at the
BIT Staff WriterA When asked about repairs to projec- space. Estimated cost $4,500. availability of having inmates clean
parking lot, a food mixer, and a tors, Duncan said his office would the carpets, and provide other services First United
dry storage area for food productswere contact Alachua County repair Supt. Jim Duncan advised the for the schools. No decisionswere
facilities for assistance. group that the need for additional made.
the topics at a Tuesday Methodist Church
March 18, storage space was caused by a
night budget workshop at
Southside Elementary School. change in the method of handling of .A question was raised in Walnut St., Starke t
Hall In times, to Guidance Counselors, ,
Chairman welcomed the commodities. prior reference
The school on who, other thana
group, and stated the purpose of the deliveries were made to the county and Duncan explained that BradfordCounty Good
can pick children from Friday
ii I
parent where it stored for schools below
school also discussed. meeting was to give Southside warehouse, was were presently
was at later date, in small the standard, but that one would be
school personnel an opportunity to delivery a
those three items
list.Only Southside asked were for on the no discuss requests for repairs or improvements quantities. Commodities are now assigned to Southside on a part time March 28 ii I Iii
the delivered directly to each school, basis. When asked about -
to physical plant, pro-
walkways primary ,topic which at have Hampton been and the and equipment. Hall explained the conserving manpower,but overflowing cedures, Duncan said that teachers 7:00: pm to,9:00: pm _. jj
Breaker. board was not in position to confirmor available storage space. School were to report the use of drugs,
deny any requests at this time. Board Member Judy Becker commented alcohol and other problems to the .5 East on Jackson _
Rules.. Principal Jesse Moore made the that it made for a more efficient principal, and he should contact the
formal requests, consisting of three operation to make deliveries parents, with the exception of child 1
Debra Wright attended the items: directly, and everyone agreed.In abuse, or suspected child abuse, in I 'i.4 Suggested
meeting to discuss school policy in reference to the parking lot request which case the teacher is required to + !! .
reference to allowing persons to Parking Lot... Supt. Duncan said that he contact HRS directly. @ Route: <= t
remove children from school doubted that state would be ,-
money -
A parking lot to be located on the o <
grounds. Moore responded by saying east side of the SS available, but that General Fund An informal discussion followed, ---a
that he was familiar with the situa- the school was built in 1959, money might be used. If it can be led by Supt. Duncan, on bond issues West on Jefferson
tion (hat prompted her question. He provision was made for 16 parking shown that a safety hazard does In- taxes and distribution of schoolfunds. Scenes of:
told the group that the childs parents Since that time, four addi- deed exist, state funds might apply. Duncan reported that Brad- .
were divorced, and that the courts spaces.tional spaces have been provided, Hall thanked Moore for his presen- ford County had not joined the suit to Lord's Supper ... ,
had not assigned custody to either but has increased to the tation, and said that it was the equalize the distribution of state
one at the time of the incident. Theyoungstt'r's point that 34 additional spaces are shortest one ever received by the funds, waiting for the legislature to Crucifixion Ii I '
natural mother picked needed. Moore presented a videotape Board. He said Moore was being address the problem. Closed Tomb i
him up one afternoon. Mrs. Wrightis of the current parking situa- realistic in light of prior requests.
married to the child's father, tion, in which many automobileswere Duncan read a list of equipmentthat Hall discussed an agreementwith Open TombReenactment e
therefore she is his stepmother.Moore parked along the shoulder of had been requested last year, Clay County, in which students
stated that the school had no Stansbury Street, immediately in and asked Moore if it had been living in either Bradford or Clay by -- -
authority to restrain the natural front of a residence. Moore pointedout received. Moore replied that virtually Counties may attend school in the
mother since custody was shared that parking along the road all items had been received and other county. He expressed a desire Church Members
equally between both parents. He causes a traffic hazard to school placed in service. for the Board to meet again with the
further stated that school policy provides buses and children. Clay County Board to update the
for children to be picked on-
up agreement. Hall's comments were
The lot is to be
ly by parents or legal guardians, or located proposed in the corner parking of the school Other requests were: spurred by talk by the Clay School
persons authorized in writing by one bounded Road Board that some 77 students living Come and Visit with
property by Colley
of two. Teachers or teachers aides K-instructor Mary Agnes
and Street. The fence near Keystone Heights may not be
are stationed at strategic points to would Stansbury be relocated exclude the Ferguson requested five or six loadsof allowed to attend Keystone schoolsas
observe that all students leave with fill dirt for the playgrounds, and they do now.
authorized persons, and that each parking lot from the playground. elsewhere about the building, citing
child goes willingly. Strangers are Construction of the lot would requirethe and several places adjacent to U.S. Rep. Claude Pepperand
not allowed on school grounds cutting of eight pine trees sidewalks, and under playground In the absence of School Board
without being challenged, and remove approximately .29 acres equipment. Hall suggested that the Chairman, J.T. Parrish, Vice-
from the school
suspicious persons loitering adja- Estimated present yard. request might be handled internally, Chairman Rodney P. Hall chairedthe
cent to school grounds are in- $12,000. with school equipment, rather than meeting. In addition to Hall, Lew BrantleyState
vestigated. Duncan reinforced Food Mixer... going the budget route. Duncan con- board members in attendance were
Moore's explanation of the policy, curred that it could be handled local- Len Schlofman and Judy Becker. Democratic Nominee for Senator
stating that either parent may pick A food mixer for cafeteria. The 28 ly, and he would expedite the matter Superintendent Jim Duncan and Dr.
up a child unless custody had been year old mixer is out of service and Steve Miller represented the County Dist. 8, Duval-Clay Counties
denied by the court. Mrs. Wright beyond repair said Principal Office. Southside School personnelwere
protested that the law should be Moore. Instructor Iva Jean Harrell Inquired : Principal Jesse Moore, Assis-
changed, and was advised that she Estimated replacement cost, if carpeting could be cleaned. tant Principal Eugenia Whitehead,
should consult a private attorney. $6,000. Hall stated that the carpet was of Secretary Mary Beth Carter,and In-
Harrell asked if it were possible to substandard quality, and was being structors Vicki McKinney, Mary Keystone Heights City Hall
purchase 16-mm film and film strips. Dry Storage Area... investigated by the attorney for the Agnes Ferguson, and Iva Jean Har-
Duncan said that the cost of film had Principal Moore proposed that a Board. However, this situation rell. The PTA was well represented Sat. March 22
escalated to the point of being pro- small porch located behind the kitchen should not preclude the cleaning of by its president, Maxine Gay, the ,
hibitive, and suggested that video be enclosed for a dry storagearea the carpet. Duncan told Mrs.Harrellto vice president, Cathy Wooley and 3:00 to 4:30
tapes might be substituted. Several and freezer. get an estimate by a carpet secretary, June Lee. Interested : : p.m.
teachers agreed that film strips and Moore made a video presentationof cleaner, and submit it to his office. parents attending were Richy Lee,
films were the better instructional the cafeteria manager's office He mentioned that the school systen Debra Wright, Clara Nell Hudson
tools in many cases, since the and a hallway in which supplies owned carpet cleaning equipment. and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Nichols. (
Sponsored by Clay County Democratic
Executive Committee)

I Clay Co-ops' Annual Meeting: Set

., ... ........ I>

Only one week until the Clay Elec- chicken dinner provided by the co-op members.The .
tric Cooperative's 48th annual free of charge to its members. only board member opposedthis
meeting set Thursday, March 27 at Speaker of the day will be the year for re-election is Ray
the co-op's headquarters here in Mayor of Tampa Robert Martinez, Wingate, Trustee for District No. 1. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Keystone Heights. who has announced his intention to Another local resident and
Highlighting the day's activitiesfor run in the gubernatorial race. businessman, Mike Redfearni,*' NOTICE j
an expected 3,500-4,000 people The business meeting will open the received 92 nomination votes duringthe TO
will be the election of three co-op day of activities at 9 a.m. under the district meeting held here in
members to the Board of Trustees, a big top and then voting will begin, February to put his name at the top
special health fair and an exhibit with polls open until 7 p.m. that of the general election ballot for All Black Persons Who
Applied for
area featuring many types of evening.At District No. 1.
energy-efficient equipment by 2:30: p.m. doer prizes will be Other incumbents, unopposed for
various manufacturers and dealers. given out. Tickets for door prizes are re-election this year are Anus Employment as a State of Florida
The Lewis Family gospel singing provided when members place their Hastings, District 9 and

group throughout will the provide morning entertainment and during votes for Board of Trustee Smith, Jr., District 8. Correctional Officer (Prison Guard) But

lunch while visitors enjoy the fried
NOW RENTING! Failed the Written Exam.


422 N. St. Clair OF- 964.5445 GOD Keystone Village Apartments Because of Race Discrimination by use of the

Walter f. Montz, Pastor written exam you may be entitled to legal benefits
We invite to worship with us.
Attended Nursery Brand New Patio-Style Apts. such as back pay correctional officer employment,

Sunday Morning Evening School Service Worship .11 10 6pm am im 1-2 & 3 BR UnitsFROM seniority and fringe benefits of State employment.The .

Wednesday Youth . 7:30 pm
220 per month
United States District Court has ruled that the written

Bradford LodgeNo. CALL exam for employment of State correctional officers was

35 On-SHe Laundry 473-3682 unlawful because it had a discriminatory effect on black

F& AM Resident Manager or Stop by applicants. This ruling was made in Griffin vs. Wainwrlghf,

61 Thomas Circle No. 791016. This case is a "class action.
No Pets
Meets Every i Sorry (Drive through Because of this finding of race discrimination you now havea

Second & Fourth Golf Club Estates right to file a claim. Benefits may include back pay employ-

Monday l..f taws HOUSINC to Cortez Road ment as a correctional officer seniority and fringe benefits.

7:30: p.m. LENDER follow signs.) Claims must be filed no later than July 2, 1986.


STUFFEDCRAB 1. WHO MAY FILE A CLAIM. Any They will answer any questions you

black person who failed the State may have, and will represent you ;I

Correctional Officer (Prison Guard) without cost to you, If you wish. :

DINNER exam at any time since March 24

1972 may file a claim. 3. HOW TO FILE YOUR CLAIM. To b

Delicious crab meat and stuffing inside natural file a claim fill out a claim form

crab shells natural-cut french fries, fresh cole $3 69 2. CLAIM FORMS AND MORE IN. and deliver or mail it to the Clerk
of the United States District
hush puppies. FORMATION! A claim form may be Court at
slaw, Southern-style obtained at any office of the Job the address shown on the claim

STUFFED CRAB & STUFFED CRAB & Service of Florida, at any personnel form.

SHRIMP DINNER $3.99 FISH DINNER $3.39 office of Corrections of the Florida or from Department the 4. DEADLINE FOR FILING A

attorneys for claimants. Their CLAIM. Your claim must be readdress -

SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY MONDAY & TUESDAY and telephone number ceived by the Clerk on or before

All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner 2PieceDay Special are: July 2, 1986 to be considered. If

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\ ? Vo-Tech Administrative Responsibility StudiedFrom I

... Of

S'x yw1 ,, ;t'I y V Page 1 whole operates in the red and is sub- ing state vocational officials were Chairman J.T. Parrish said he
I j d l' 1 The line ot responsibility con- sidized with funds earned by other pushing for that, and it might affect favored the three center ad-

troversy has been sparked by fric- schools. However, the vo-tech school county vocational funding. ministrator choice, which would
tion between vo-tech administratorsand used to operate at a surplus and sup Though the vo-tech center enroll- eliminate one position. Parrish said

Supt. Duncan, which is why plied funds for other schools. The ment has fallen, it makes sense to he objected to "...some of the finagl-
Duncan suggested separating the end of veteran's educational benefits keep the center staff and to try to do ing" that had taken place when he
4v1 lines of reporting and making both and the state and federal cutback in something to increase enrollment, cast the lone vote against the
directly to him. The board wants one funding has caused the deficit opera- Hall said. Only one administrator is 4-administrator vo-tech plan approved -
r boss-of vocational programs. For tion.Schlofman needed at the vo-tech center at 3.1.Schlofman.
instance, in one instance County- also said he read the night, Hall suggested, asking if that agreed the three ad-
r Wide Director Brown told the board law, and can find no prohibition to were within the state guidelines. ministrator option was ideal. "It's

the truck driving range constructionwas having the same person be county- Supt. Duncan said he would not have just not fair... When attrition occurs.
I on schedule and could be doneon wide director. Hall said he has no suggested such a move if he did not I like four now, but can come
,. time without an increase in price; disagreement with the law, but said believe he was operating within back..."
a two weeks later Vo-Tech Center he is vague on the rationale of the state guidelines
Supt. Duncan said he will not mind
fI I 111, l Director David Smith told the board board when it made the county-wide Board Member Judy Becker the assigning the county-wide direc-
I the project was not on schedule. vo-tech director and center director agreed that no position should be tor to be the boss of all vo-tech ad-
On a motion by Board Member separate positions eliminated or salary cut, but wants ministrators, rather than each
Lv : Lynn Schlofman the administrativechart Former Supt. Tom Casey recom- the vo-tech position phased out when reporting directly to the superintendent -
: was removed from the table mended the separate positions, sav someone leaves or retires.
Monday night. Schlofman said he
had investigated how several area LAYAWAY NOW -- -

counties allocate their vo-tech per SHOP EARLY
sonnel. The newest board member S for

I ..... .''''' "" ._..... "' ".".. LU --- .. .. termed it unfortunate that federal Day BIRTHDAYSSelect
II and state funding for vocational --
I Ii Ii courses has been cut. Vo-tech r SHOPNOW
i Chamber Commends Lake Chevrolet... schools were funded more heavily Group

I Orlan Wells (left), owner of Luke (Che\roU on UM' -301: ( in Stmke, wag until necessary equipment was purchased of Gifts
given the Business Improvement Award for the month of January from then the funding was cut
buck. and Cards
the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce. AND
I BIA Chairman Susan Faulkner Reddish' (right) presentedVllt with Vo-tech courses show a surplus of 0
said Schlofman SAVE 50% Off I I
t $11,000, meaningthe
the award which was given for interior 11II1)I'O\'III"lItM made to the
showroom of the car dealership.Garbage courses pay the instructor'ssalary ;
) with money left over.
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county is responsible for any ment of Environmental l Regulation 169.1 199500rl'i
ty. commissioners, however, coon t damage to the groundwater that the /r'V N A IrNtt

go for that idea, and said the county current landfill is causing, that clos- (DEK) 1 //1 ; i ; ul m
charge will be for disposal only. '10. .
ing the landfill may prove very cost- k I ) ,
"We don't know. We're just going I '.IRtII11l : +rqiN
ly whether or not the county has a 5,400 Homes... n1N ',"llhll11111V' '' /L 4 1 '89900I
I to get some and go," said Commis- new site, and extending the life of ,I III/1 18911 Sl,1 rI ll' _\ 1L
sioner Maxie Carter, Jr., who hopesnow the current landfill. Commissioner There are 5,400 residential housesin 1 911
that a $5 per month assessmentper the county, plus commercial uK
Waters said he will push to highrisethe '
household will be sufficient. buildings and mobile homes which crnL'INFOI'AL
present landfill. : I ilkS AM UIAMOMJ
will run the total 1 from 7,200 to 7,400, v 1 $
Worst Prospect... If test wells show no evidence of said Property Appraiser Jimmy UTAAll1NU; HLARIy xrnl 3 1 { 1 R* nu\I nnnunsl
1a P1
til t I\l I'.I n 1I
Hallman said engineer Darabi had pollution by hazardous wastes, the Alvarez] II' ". 790w,0vl

given the commission a worst state will probably require less J :. _.
elaborate closing procedures. The Commissioners wonder how each "IN1Ml1\lit ll tillN ;" ''.lI I IW 1
scenario prediction and "I'll give 11UN/U I'rANI IND 1'
least elaborate would be coveringthe house will be charged. Payment on ,w, ,,, __ ruLlnlhb '27900 : DInM"Nr. 1 F ,.
you one, too. If DER finds leach at --. .. '14900x11 '
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the x11 wU
landfill with
the landfill, the county will have to clay, grading electric bills has been suggested, but 'f'I'l.- .'rl I L
ana landfill, and planting grass to nobody has yet contacted )1 .
stop it, it could mean a sewer power ,,,
system at the landfill."If minimize the leaching from the companies to see if they're willing to ":\ '299 wK, It\ ,":'" "K s4' : ,..e.N.a .
the county has to spend money, landfill. do the collecting for the county. '.l'I, ,It\ 11115 1." .-.I"1tt;:.; r 4fAHoi.0 9e ) .
close It will cost at least Alvarez pointed out there are a lot '24900 '49900 'I t'Ji I'I;::)) ;ary'' ---1 49x11
why not the present landfill $30,000 to close ." ..,.., ." ..,.", \ ,, j"iJI" V y .wm
and spend the money on a new land- the present ]landfill, Engineer of different types of buildings in the "., ,.01"," I Cf", '
fill that would last 20 years," asked Darabi told commissioners last county, and that the commission will '19900 ....,.. O '/ 14KT.p\ I
Commissioner Lawrence Mosley. week, considering the state's new have to determine what to charge in \G' /110 "" .". 0 st3'"/ '59500 II 1\\ 13999r Inl,, ,,w,,.,,< tJ W i 'PRONG H"THI
The engineers reitprfltprt that HIP tough rules enforced bv the Depart- each category ;' 1. '" ;_r !iJ&; il wa. m' '16900 ,
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The Bradford Humane Society will Pennington's. Rabies shots will be food at both clinics. The pet food is :- -= I4K..
an in office rabies clinic and other vaccinations are donated by our local feed stores- ROMANTIC DIAMOND 419; ';' !!:. ., DIAMOND HEART
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Mar 29 at our local vets. The clinic available at a reduced price. Gator II, Old Glory, Farmers SOLI TAIRES ClASSI !t! tt -:::;;. ") PENDANT AND RING
J The Humane will also holda Mutual Exchange and Johnson's '14900' nooseuax' '
Society :
will be from 9-12 noon at Dr. Mullins ? DIAMOND I.I NI, ,I\I, SnIN'111N1" ,'"
drawing for various amounts of pet Feed. p CLUSTERS M. nvunnmuvl',, 129:: '
and from 1-5 at / \
p.m. ,,,, nvw I\I'I'X.x1 A+,:rF ,,
Please in "' u I l'.u If 1.1.1.,1 ; ,
help our community controlling ? '69900 .1 ,1 I "IfIN',_ ; .. Ih' Lnnnnd" .",,,,,,, '99 t .. ':l." swn d M '
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., bring r '19900 4' 111. 'lM AIXxw1U IrK lu1'I 114 '
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SFCC Center Dedication Brought Retired

F Texaco Executive Back to His 'Home Town'Saturday's .


Florida Agricultural College at Lake City.
dedication ceremonies for
The elder Long Rtudierl lawjn! the office of company, "Long was hardly out of the
the new Santa Fe Community College minds of Texaco people. He diligently at-
Starke Center was a long-deferred Judge James T. Wills\ of Starke and later'practiced
tended executive-committee meetings and
reunion of sorts for law here in partnership with
homecoming and wills. retained so much influence that, In the
Augustus C. Long, retired chairman of the executive
words of another oil-company ,
board and chief executive officer of the _. .__. -. ---
'Long has been running the company, in
,. iJ iP it I Texaco Company.It absentia'. The fruit of his style and techni-
was a return to his birthplace after que was success. For years, Texaco en-
leaving here in early boyhood when his joyed some of the best earnings and the
parents moved to Palatka, and later to highest stock !multiple among interna-
Gainesville. As a young man he graduatedfrom tional oil companies, and it still (In 1970
the U.S. Naval Academy at An- when the article was written) has the
napolis, serving four years in the Navy. In largest retail-gasoline market share in the
1930 he joined Texaco, becoming a directorof U.S."
the company a year later; executivevice '
president in 1951; president in 1953; r Hospital BenefactorLong
and chairman of the board and chief executive -
officer in 1956. After 35 years of ,. has been a major benefactor of Columbia -
service, he retired in 1965, but returned in University's Medical Center since
LJ 1971, at the company's request,to become 1955, and in 1976 Columbia's new medical
y chairman of the executive committee until library was dedicated in his honor at

", 00 .. April 1977.Supports. ceremonies in New York City.

SFCC CenterStill In its September 1976 issue the universi
When DuPont Meets TexacoRetired ty's magazine, "Columbia Today" said:
It is to Mr. credit that while
deeply interested in the welfare of Long's great
his hometown Mr. learn- serving as chairman and chief executive
early Long,
Texaco 'thief' (ills lung (Ut'fO) lo.inisabout local Dul'ont lIIilllllg operation from ing of the Starke Center project upon in the Old r. officer of Texaco Inc he was also guiding
Don ubke, manager of the Tl'lillUd: o and I Highlands iliurniU plants. Mrs. Long and .I.. Courthouse, became a liberal contributorto Presbyterian Hospital through its greatest
Matthews long-time friend of the .hedge Long 'family during| early summers on KingsleyI.like the cause and has kept in touch with its AUGUSTUS LONG period of expansion and renewal,and help-
listen in. development to date. He and his wife, Bet- During Texaco Days ing it meet the most perilous fiscal
tie, drove from Miami in Saturday's stor- challenges in its 106-year history.
my weather, to attend the dedication Judge Long was elected to a two-year "He played a decisive role In planningand
ceremonies.The term in the Florida Legislature in 1902
launching two major Medical Center
was appointed state's attorney in 1910, andin
etriTORlALS of and
programs development renewal.
Long family has been associatedwith May 1921,was appointed judge of the 8th The first in raised
1960, $75 million over a
civil and judicial affairs of this area
Judicial Circuit. He was appointed a .. the second
ten-year period. program,
for many years. Mr. Long's grandparents, Federal Judge in 1934 and moved his Medi/Center in
"'W 11If Thomas T. and Annie M. Pemberton Long, residence to Gainesville. $133.75 million.j'\ 1. 1973, had a goal of
came to Florida in 1877 from South
Carolina. T.T. Long became the first cir- Judge Long's wife was Ruby M. "Columbia-Presbyterian must continueto
cuit judge to preside over the Third Brownlee sister of H.L. (Hugh) and J.M. provide students and professionals with

Judicial Circuit of Florida, after the Civil (John Milton) Brownlee whose feed and the best environment and incentives for
Issue of 'Patriotism' War. He and his wife later moved to seed store was a landmark on Brownlee reaching their career goals," Long said at
Spurious Georgia where he became attorney Street (now Highway 16)) in Starke for that time. His same philosophy of the importance -
general of that state for a time, and also many years. of education and training were
state's attorney for the Savannah District, 'Formidable reflected in his favorable remarks after a
Being Used Against CongressmenBravo before returning to Florida. Figure'Commenting tour of the SFCC Starke Center Saturday
One of his sons was Augustus V. Long, on Long's first retirementand morning. "This community has done a
A.C. Long's father, who attended public his subsequent return to Texaco great thing for the future of education in
for Congressman Buddy la Vietnam.An schools in Bradford County and the "Fortune Magazine" in a 1970 article saidcollar. Starke and Bradford County," Long said.

MacKay, a man who takes a position aide to Buddy MacKay said the
based on his own best judgment and ads the Ocala '
propagandized against
BHS Alumni Plans
Assn. Activities Seeks
refuses to back down in spite of all the Congressman questioned his loyalty ; 'Members

high-powered pressures that President and patriotism, asking "Who's buddy is
Reagan and his radical-right sidekick, he?' -- an obvious attempt to imply he The newly organized Bradford High The "Bradford B Book", published 50 contact Mary Lou Black at TG&Y, or
ex-columnist Patrick Buchanan, can bring doesn't have the best interest of the U.S. Alumni Association has announced plansfor years ago, lists members of classes from Gladys Thomas at the high school library.
to make him change his mind. an exhibit at the Bradford County Fair 1896 through 1940. Two of the early classes The main goal of the Association will be
at heart. Such methods are despicableand next month, and for the first annual reu- had only one graduate: 1910, Ray White; to help raise money for
MacKay, who supported economic (or bring back memories of the in- nion of all classes next October 4. and 1915, Archibald Thomas. Several other at the high school, and provide volunteers
"humanitarian") aid to the Nicaraguan famous and almost forgotten era of Mc- At an organizational meeting held classes in the parly days had only two for other school activities.
February 3 the following officers of the graduates.The .
Contras last year, is now convinced thatit Carthyism.We association were elected: Alumni Association would like to get Linda Hildebran is coordinating reunion
was a waste of money and is opposedto can only say that we hope he's his J. V. (Jim) Crosby, Jr., president; Mary representatives from all classes, as far and homecoming activities.The .

sending additional dollars down the OWN buddy, and will continue to make Lou Black, vice president; Judy Brown, back as possible, and on up to the present next meeting of the association wil

same drain. He serves on the House decisions on the basis of his own best corresponding secretary; Gladys Thomas, time. be held Monday, May 19, in the BH!
recording Bobby Epps dues
secretary and
Membership were set at$5,
Committee and co-chairs the any
Budget judgment, rather than yielding to treasurer; and Lisa Reddish and Tammy alumni wishing to join the association may library. Representatives of all classes ar
Democratic Budget Group. He knows Reagan-Buchanan efforts to turn the Winkler, historians. urged to attend.

that the $100 million now being soughtby Contra-Sandinista matter into a

Mr. Reagan for the Contras won't popularity contest, decided by which

overthrow the Sandinista governmentand side can bring the most pressure on its .' ., LettersThose. .
that when these funds run out, the Congressm'en. HistoricalSocietytoMeetMarch20
President will be back seeking another

$100 (or more) million, ad infinitum, Representative MacKay believes that An organizational meeting of the Who Misuse
coupled with eventual use of American the use of diplomacy, negotiation, and Bradford County Historical Societywill Handicap Spaces
reasonable agreement with our friendsin Should Be Ticketed
troops. be held Thursday, March 20, at
Central and South America will be a Editor, Telegraph:
7:30 in the
conference room of
MacKay says he would support more maintain p.m. Below will find letter that
far better way to bring or you a was senl
SFCC Starke Center in the Old Cour-
aid for the Contras if ; to the Disabled
military only democracy and stability in that area, American Veterans
"serious diplomatic" efforts to achieve than to have another Vietnam in thouse on W. Call Street.In Magazine from a Houston, Texas,
through negotiations failed. The announcing the meeting Arnold policeman:

peace heads of eight South and Central Nicaragua.The Weeks, librarian at the public libraryin Sirs: I still find many people that are not
American governments also take this hard question to be resolved in Starke, said "Attendance at this disabled taking up the marked parking

position in favor of negotiations, but the House todayThursday, March 20-- meeting will determine the future of places that are designated for the han-
when took their to Washingtonlast is whether conscientious members of the organization, which has not been active here in recent dicapped. It is beyond me why these people
they case make themselves the only priority, and
week, Mr. Reagan refused to meet Congress will be strong enough to resist years. Bradford County is rich in history, of which most of have no consideration for others. If we can
with them. the overbearing pressures and strident our citizens are unaware. Through interesting programs put them in the place of the handicapped,
language of the Reagan-Buchanan team presented at the Historical Society we can learn more maybe they would realize the importanceof
For taking his stand, Congressman and stand up for their beliefs. about our city and county over the past century." these designated areas.
MacKay has been targeted for a pro-- Being a Houston police officer, I find
If further information is desired, call Mr. Weeks at
paganda advertising blitz financed by that people have an excuse for everything."I .
Weinberger Asks Millions 964-6400. was only going to be a minute", or
two lobbying groups,
"There's so many places and they were all
using advertising in MacKay's district, empty." No matter the excuse or the
questioning his loyalty and patriotismand For 'Unproven'MissileDespite amount of time, these spaces are designedfor
urging his constituents to pressure in Bradford the handicapped and only the han-
Forestry .
him into changing his mind.
his profuse assurances that inconsiderate people who insist on
"If they seriously thought they could spending is, has been, and will be under parking in these areas, they will continueto

get me to change my vote by intimida- control at the Pentagon, Secretary of David W.Norton get that $60 ticket. My job is upholding

tion, then they're in for a terrible sur- Defense Weinberger has requested $796 Bradford Co. Forester If you have a tree that you believe is not the law against, and the for law those to who park don't where think it's

prise," MacKay said. They came out of million to produce 260 missiles despite a March is the month when many "under the weather" in TREEmendous to be, just let me catch they'renot them.
from the homeowners fertilize their yard trees. An- fashion,then it would be in your tree's best supposed
Washington, they're special interest warning Pentagon's top you for what is right and
interest if had a soil test done on the
intimidateme tester that the missile is nual fertilization of healthy trees may not you proud of what the vets have done for
groups, and they're trying to weapons as yet be necessary, but fertilization is often soil lying in the vicinity of your sick tree. and me
by influencing the people that vote "unproven". recommended for trees showing signs of The soil test will tell you what your soil Texas.my countryTim Gierke, Houston,

for me. That's what I resent. I believe Last year, Congress required the environmental stress such as discolored lacks nutritionally-you can apply the .
my constituents are going to see Defense Department to guarantee the foliage, dying leaves and branches or appropriate fertilizer to correct the defi I, for one, cannot express that any better

through it and support the position I'm missile's performance by March 1, 1986, other symptoms of general poor health.If ciency. than did Officer Gierke. I just wish that all

taking." in order to receive additional funds. you choose to fertilize your trees to Soil test kits can be obtained from the police officers and even those in Starke
Besides overruling the Pentagon's chief keep them healthy you would do well to County Agent's office of the Cooperative would enforce the handicap parking space
"The only thing the Nicaraguan peo- follow a few recommendations. The Extension Service. Feel free to make use law as does Officer Gierke.
ple hate worse than the Sandinistas is tester, Weinberger apparently underground spread of a tree's roots is approximately of this free assistance through the Univer- Johnny L. Davis
the Somoza military leaders," MacKay disregarded another Pentagon official equal to the spread of the sity of Florida. Box 393,Starke
added. "The Contras don't have the sup- who urged the Secretary to ask Con- crown or branches. The feeder roots are

port of the civilian population and you gress for more time before making any radius.located mainly in the outer third of that

can't run a guerilla operation if the guarantees.The .

civilians" are on the side of the govern- dispute over testing pits spread One method the fertilizer of fertilization on the ground.Is to simply But Chris Reaches Fifth Birthday;

ment. Weinberger against many members of when this is done other competiting
The Buchanan-inspired effort to Congress at a time when he faces whatis vegetation may absorb it before enough of
brand Congressmen as virtual traitorsto probably his toughest budget cam- it gets to the roots of the tree to' do it any Fund-raising Events ContinueChris

their country and Soviet sym- paign since taking office five years ago. good.

pathizers if they disagree with Reaganon In a letter to Rep. Les Aspin, chairmanof The traditional method of fertilizingtrees Campbell will have more reasons than one to celebrate his fifth
this issue is propaganda of the lowest the House Armed Services Committee has been to punch 12-inch deep holes birthday on Tuesday,March n.The main reason is that he will be leavingon

order and should be recognized as such.In Rep. Denny Smith, a Republicanwho around the feet tree from about the two trunk.feet Move apart back star- April 1 for the Kozak Clinic in Gerona, Spain, where he will receive i
ting brullosa) the skin
treatment for E.B. (epidermolysis debilitating ,
to such tactics Senator John pushing a proposal to withhold another circle of
answer three more feet, punch disorder he has suffered with since birth. !
Glenn said, "Americans should not feel funds from the missile program pending holes two feet apart around the tree and He will celebrate the day at a small birthday party,with ice cream and '
they need to prove their patriotism further investigation, said that continuing moving back three feet at a cake at 2:30: p.m. at the home of his mother and grandparents.Chris likes !
before they can criticize policies they Weinberger's assurance about the time until you reach the drip line. Under no to receive mail. Birthday cards may be sent to him by well-wishers at this i
Americans should not system in question "stretches the limitsof circumstances should you punch holes address: 318 W. Lafayette St., Starke, 32091.
are wrong. closer than 3 feet of the trunk.
feel that opposing a President in some one's imagination. Events RescheduledThe I
casts doubts on their patriotism." It also stretches the ability of the For trees more than six inches in Benefit Yard Sale and Oyster Roast'scheduled for last Saturdaywas
way diameter, place three pounds of 6-6-6 or rained out,.and is rescheduled for this Saturday, March 22, at the
full budget to finance unproven missile 8-8-8 fertilizer per inch of tree trunk White Elephant on Highway 100 and County Road 214 south of Keystone
In spite of the Reagan-Buchanan systems, especially when the treasury diameter equally distributed in the holes. Heights (Lake Geneva).
court press, a majority of Americans is faced with financing another $2.8 For trees smaller than six inches in AnD SALE starts at 10 a.m. with Tommy Manning in charge. Tables
have not yet bought ,their over- billion to replace the destroyed space diameter place 1V4 pounds of fertilizer per for rent, $10 all day Phone 473-2045 for reservations.
simplistic good guy-bad guy approachto shuttle inch of tree diameter equally distributed in OYSTER ROAST,same location, till... No charge.Donations ac-
the of Nicaragua. Some Challenger.A the holes. cepted. Bring your own knives (and gloves) for shucking. For more information -.
White House aides themselves admit White House commission on After the fertilizer is placed in the holes, call 473.4251 or 9648094.March .
most Americans instinctively know defense recently recommended that the the holes can be filled with top soil,*shredded 22-23
that in aid will not turn the Pentagon complete operational tests of manure or peat moss and closed with a BENEFIT GOLF TOUKNAMENT: Starke Golf& Country Club. Entry
that $100 its weapons systems before moving push of the heel. fee $30one third goes to Chris Fund. Entrants must have certified han-
Contras into winners, political or dicap. Full handicaps will be used to determine net scores. Fee Includestwo
them into full-scale production. One to homeowners to be
military. Most Americans, they believe, commercial steak dinners for 7 p.m. Saturday, March 22, and all greens fees for
are concerned that after all the aid has But apparently Mr. Weinberger con- careful fertilizer when to trees.applying Applying dry fertilizer non-members. Contact Richard Gaines, 0046009.t .

been used up unsuccessfully, the demand siders himself above such trifling within a foot of the trunk could result in
will come for use of U.S. forces, a details. permanent! injury to the trunk base or root



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March %tI. 1181 TELEGRAPH Pa..8At

Susan Alvarez, Eric Walker Wed I CookRichardsonWedding Announced

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cook of

Church Zephyrhills, Fl.. and Mr. and Mrs.
Jan. 18 at First Baptist Andy Montgomery of Fairbanks,

Alaska, announce the engagementand
approaching marriage of their
Miss Susan Dawn Alvarez, waistline. Bodice and sleeves were daughter, Miss Kay Ellen Cook of
Stare of Mrs. Betty Ann Lewis of adorned with double-embroidered Starke, to Tillmon Peter Richardson
and Eric Emile Walker of Alecon lace, seed pearls and clear son of Tillmon and Hazel
Gainesville, son of Mr. and Mrs. sequins and had a full skirt and y, Richardson, all of Starke.
Harold J. Walker of Midland, MI., cathedral-length train.A The wedding is planned for March
were married Saturday, Jan. 18 at tear-drop cap was covered in 4 22 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
First Baptist Church of Starke at 7 taffeta and beaded with seed pearls veil w Richardson,327 S.Water St.,Starke.
p.m. and fitted with cathedral-length All friends and relatives are invitedto
Rev Gary L. Crawford of also adorned with seed pearls. She Join the wedding couple at the
Gainesville performed the carried a silk bouquet of mauve, reception which will be at the pre- w
ceremony before a 15-candle white and French blue roses accented sent home of the couple. Y
candelabra in the center of the pulpit with azaleas, stephanotis, 1', s The groom-elect Is employed by
and two 21-candle spiraled baby's breath and English Ivy. Thomas Timber. Connie Jones and
candelabras on either side. The altar Her maid of honor was Robin JamesllarrlngtonJonesHarrington
was flanked by two large baskets of Stern. Attendants were Lori Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Brier

white chrysanthemums, carnationsand Alvarez, Kathy Gillingham and Celebrates 35th Anniv.
fern. Emily Walker. They all wore mauve To Wed Apr. 12
Wedding music was provided by moire taffeta gowns with a long- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Brier
organist Mona Canova and soloist sleeved fitted bodice and V-eed celebrated their 35th wedding an- Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Jones of
Gloria VanDuzer. waistline and full skirt. They carried r I IMr. .. niversary March 16 with family and Starke, announce the engagementand
Best man was James Walker, silk bouquets of mauve and French friends. approaching marriage of their
brother of the groom and ushers blue roses with azaleas and The event was held at the home of daughter, Connie Lou Jones, to
were David Walker, Paul Nunn, stephanotis. their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. James Benjamin Harrington, son of
Dave Schmitt, Michael Alvarez, Ar- Flower girl Heather Thomas was "'II and Mrs. Ron Stinnett. The guests John Harrington and Ms. Patricia
thur Thomas, and Stewart Van- attired identical to the bridesmaids. were entertained by music of pianist Ann Harrington, all of Gainesville.The .
Diuer. Ring Bearer Adam Walker is the and Mrs. Eric Walker Gary Griffis of Jacksonville. wedding will be an event of
The bride, given in marriage by groom's nephew. Joining in celebration of this event April 12 at Grace Baptist Church in
her grandfather, Thomas E. Lewis, Following the ceremony, a recep- .... were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hurst and Starke at 7:30: p.m. All friends and
Announcing ---= "'""- "..-*.. ""' .""""" relatives invited.
-w are
appeared in a white tissue-paper taffeta tion, coordinated by Mrs. Lucinda son Jason of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs.
gown with long fitted sleeves. Stern, was held at the FellowshipHall Christopher Joshua Kirkland Drew Evan Moore Paul Jones of Alachua, Don Hampton The bride-elect is employed by
The Victorian-style fitted bodice hada of First Baptist. Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Mr and Mrs. Len Moore announcethe of Gainesville, Mrw. Bessie Farm Credit Service of Gainesville.The .
sweetheart neckline and V-shape Reception decorations consisted of Kirkland of Starke announce the birth of a son, Drew Evan, born Hampton of Gainesville, Agnes groom-elect is enployed by San
baskets of white chrysanthemums, birth of a son, Christopher Joshua, March 11 in Gainesville. He joins one O'Steen and daughter LaNiece of ta Fe Auto Parts of Gainesville.
carnations and fern, along with lace born March 9 in Jacksonville. He brother Casey, 5 years old. Gainesville, Mrs. Jamie Osteen of
tablecloths, coordinated by Mrs. joins one brother, Eddie. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Gainesville, D. Lee Godsey of un the average, each per-
Nancy Roberts. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. and Mrs. James A. Davis, Sr., of Jacksonville, and Georgia Roush of son in the US uses about
The bride's table featured a three- George Leonard Jacksonville and Starke. Starke. Also present were Mr. and 70 gallons of water a day
tiered wedding cake adorned with Bill Breslend of Manchester, N.H. Paternal grandparents are Mr. Mrs. Johnny Brier's grandchildren, in his home.
r mauve and French blue silk roses Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard V. Moore, Sr., of Brandon and Donna. Macomber.

which was accented by a lace and Mrs. William E. Kirkland of Starke. Great grandmother is Mrs. ......--- ------- ---fc-fc-.*fc-fch-*fc--.---------.........--.----.---.
tablecloth, and two sterling silver Jacksonville. A.R Moore, of Starke.

candelabras.At the punch table, a sterling April Dawn Norman ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
silver punch bowl was surroundedby Sonny and June Norman of Starke Katie Kehbcrg
greenery and white silk carna- announce the birth of a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rehberg of 212 N. Church Street Starke
t tions. Punch was served by Sharon April Dawn, born March 3 in Homestead announce the birth of a
daughter, Katie Nell Marie, born
Gaines and Jane Hayford. Coffee Alachua General Hospital, and and Invites You To Worship With Us Holy Week
Mar. 14 at Homestead AFB, During
4 Ibs. 13 She two
was served from a sterling silver weighing oz. joins
J coffee service by Ann Woods and sisters, Sonja and Gina. weighing 7 Ibs. 10 oz. Al March 23-30
Maternal grandparents are Rev. Maternal grandparents are
1 Sandy Guests Reynolds.were greeted by Mrs. and Mrs. A.B. Martin of Dothan, Baker and Ms. Linda Baker of PALM SUNDAY: The Liturgy of the Palms and Holy Eucharist,

'LASheryl Lucinda Stern. The bride's book was Ala. Paternal grandparents are Mr. Leesburg. 10:00 a.m.MONDAY.
and Mrs. J.M. Norman of Starke and Paternal grandparents are Mr.
attended Vonda
by Nancy
r Norman. and Mrs. Harry Rehberg of Starke. : Holy Eucharist, 800 a.m.
Kay Ayer and Mrs. Curtis Crawford.The Joyce
\ < cake was cut by Elaine Walker Robert TUESDAY: Holy Eucharist 5:30 p.m.
and Debbie Walker, sisters-in-law of Sabrina Kay Crawford Pvt. Bailey
the groom. The wedding directorwas Mr. and Mrs. Broderick Crawfordof Gets Parachute BadgePvt. WEDNESDAY: Holy Eucharist, 6 p.m., followed by a soup supper
Mrs. Virginia Darby. Lake Butler announce the birth of in the parish hall.
Ann Brady to Lake Sabrina born Robert J. Bailey, son of Nan ,
wedding a trip
Following a a daughter Kay,
and Troy Ely Kerr, Susan and Eric reside in March 3 in Alachua General cy L. Smith of Starke, has receivedthe MAUNDY THURSDAY: Liturgy for Maundy Thursday and Holy

Gainesville. Hospital, and weighing 8 Ibs. 2 oz.. parachutist badge upon completion Eucharist, 7:30 p.m.
Brady-Ely EngagementAnd Susan graduated from Bradford She joins a brother, Benjamin, 19 of the three-weeairborne GOOD FRIDAY: Liturgy for Good Friday with Holy Communionfrom
Wedding Announced High School in 1983, attended months old.Maternal. course at the U.S. Army Infantry '
the reserved Sacrament, (followed by meditations on
School, Ft. Benning, Ga. noon
University of Florida, and is cur grandmother is Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bracy of rently employed at Shands Hospitalin Elaine Griffis. Great grandmotheris During the first week of training, the seven words, ending at 3:00 p.m.)
Keystone Heights announce the Gainesville.Eric Mrs. Hazel Carlton, both of students underwent a rigorous
HOLY SATURDAY for Holy Saturday 9:00 a.m.
: Liturgy
engagement and approaching mar- graduated from Midland Starke. physical training program and
riage of their daughter, Miss Sheryl High School in 1981, attended Santa Paternal grandparents are Mr. received instruction in the theory of EASTER DAY: The Great Vigil of Easter and Holy Eucharist, 5:30
Ann Brady of Gainesville to Troy Fe Community College and is cur and Mrs. Earl Crawford of Kingsley parachuting. The second week they a.m., followed by breakfast in the Parish Hall.
Keith Ely of Gainesville, son of Mr. rently employed at Supercuts. He Lake. Great grandmothers are Mrs. received practical training by jump-
and Mrs. Gerry Ely of Starke. plans: to open his own hair styling Pansy Griffis of Starke and Mrs. ing from 34-foot and 250-foot towers. Holy Eucharist, 10:00 a.m.
The wedding is planned for June 7 business. Amelia Crawford of Gainesville. The final week they made five ,
at St. Augustine's Catholic Church. staticlme parachute jumps including Itehg 3/20 t rS
The bride-elect i graduated from one night jump.
Sante Fe Community College of Den-
tal Hygiene and is employed by Drs.

t Denmark and Marchese.The t
groom-to-be attends University "

of Florida .

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Hampton HilitesBy SUPER < ''tp\ ,. ', .
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Dolores Meng ",1. ""' .;."'"
Condolence KiK-1915 a tMarney .'r ; .:.' :.

Sympathy is extended to the family -
and friends of Mrs. Aviles who
died on Mar. 14.
!Mrs. Louise Mattheus attendedthe
funeral of her brother-in-law, sTARgg1
Lester Mattheus, in Chiefland last
Saturday. She was accompanied by-::

her Ga.son Glenn Mattheus of Folkston,

Colsie Recuperating Rigdon returned home Mon THE _

day following several days at Brad- OFFICE A -
ford Hospital for treatment. Louise Nowlin

Family Reunion and David M.Best SHOP _
The Paul Meng and Fran Meng
families held a chicken barbequeand Nowlin-Best WeddingSet now.co si. A e '
covered dish supper on Sunday for April 5
at Fran's home. They gathered to 964-5764
greet Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoffer Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Nowlin of Storke.Flo.
who were visiting from Genoa. Ohio. Panama City announce the engage-
They also honored April Scogginswho ment and approaching marriage of '
received her First Holy Com- their daughter, Marney Louise, to & Avery
munion at St. Edward's Catholic David Martin Best, son of Mr. and Copier Labels
Church that morning. Ruth brought Mrs. Verl (i. Best of Starke.
along a decorated cake honoring The marriage will be an event of t ) srraaa+ Easy and inexpensive method of address
relatives celebrating March birthdays April 5 at 6 p.m. at Hiland Park Bap- + ausrssa ?earwanr ing: type master list and run on self-'
: Tina Meng, Rita Meng, and tist Church. A reception will followin ssu.rrrari+ adhesive labels with xerox copierDAs535
Sallye Scoggins. the church fellowship hall. All i
March Birthdays friends and relatives are invited to aairetr, 1" x 2.beelslbx ,
March 13--Shirley Bagwell; attend. 3300
14-lIarold Waters, Robert Bradley, The bride-elect graduated from A. Sara 1
Larry Stone and Lori Stone; Crawford Mosley High School in 1983 2* X 4-1/4". 2ROeq$27685SbX
15-Tracy McCullough,Jennifer Conner and is employed at St. Andrew Bay 1000 label s/bx
and Donald Roberts ; Real Estate, Inc. DA5.5352 NOW BX
16-Christina Broome, Tori Hersey The groom-elect graduated from
and Jason Sanderson; 18-Michael Bradford High School in 1979 and is a
Strickland and Rudy DeWaters; employed with the U.S. Air Force, r I se
19--Jenmfer Darley;' 21-Renee currently stationed at Tyndall Air I r
Wynn. Force Base.HartKing.
Hampton Elementary School
On Thursday when children cameto .
school, green footprints indicatedthat Wedding Dennison Elephant Premium ,
leprechauns had entered Reception Friday Diskettes Faber CastellAutomatic
classrooms. Little were
left on the blackboards in the Mr. and Mrs. William Crouse of 5-1/4" diskettes exceed industry certification standards by 50%. PencilPackaging

kindergarten, first, second and third Lawtey announce Karen the Annette marriage Hart of, provides self-storage filing system. Feature spring tip design steel lead support
grade rooms. By Friday morningthe and button lead advance.
had disappeared. to Paul Leonard King, Jr., of Starke.A Soft sector. 10/box. sleeve push
footprints reception will be held Friday, 1799 Black Req $ 69 ea
Guest Friday SpeakerOn Mar. 14, Mrs.Bagwell's Mar. 21 from 6:30: p.m. to 9 p.m. at Single Sided, Reg. $32 00 bM 0.5mm DN4-08175
second grade class had as the home of the groom's parents on Double Density DS292.860 NOW Burgundy 55C!
Morgan Rd. and State Road 16. NOW
a guest speaker, Miguel Franquiz. O.7mm DN4-06166
All friends and relatives are Invited -
He is an exercise specialist at the 1999
90 bx
Bradford Hospital Center for Health to attend. Double Sided Reg. $39
and Fitness.Mr. Double Density DS2-92 870
Franquiz discussed methodsof AssociatedFull
keeping our bodies healthy and us- Archer HistoricalFair
ing proper exercise. He also visited on SaturdayThe Strip Staples
Donna Tew's and Steve Acree'sclasses. sAV Precision-made to offer non-jamming
The classes learned a lot Archer Historical Society will Vp to StPt' 5 operation. Each staple Is built from
and appreciated Mr. Franquiz' visit. be holding its Fourth Annual Depot % X141 tempered flat-tinned wire. 5000/box I
Upcoming Events Restoration Fair on Saturday, Mar. e
Following CTBS testing, the PTAis 22 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
sponsoring a popcorn treat on Fri The fair will feature many craft rtr .Y. .
day, Mar. 21. Students always enjoy and antique booths. Ribbons will be 50Q0RQ S. at2LES 9 5
and appreciate this activity. awarded in the arts and crafts show. it. Standard Reg. $1 90 bM
Thursday, Mar. 27: Certificatesfor The entry fee is $10. NOW BX
Perfect Attendance and A-B The fair will also feature enter- ? y''
Honor Roll for the fourth six week's tainment, a country store, museum vtw nr
grading period will be awarded. bake shop and BBQ dinner cooked E
Friday, Mar 28: Good Friday will by the Archer Lions Club. The din- 225
be observed with no school in ses- ner will cost $3 if you buy tickets in Chisel Point Reg. $3 30]bxr
advance or $3.50 on fair day. DHt-A W2P NOW
sion.April 7-11: Spring Break-All will For more information, contact as
be free to attend the Bradford Coun- Claire Edwards, 495-2624 or Tressie !
ty Fair. Morgan, 495-2441 (after 6 p.m.).

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I First Baptist Plans Expansion I > HOLY WEEKSERVICES

Sunday, March 16, at 6 p.m. First Bryant, Minister of Education Doug Y' ''v ia et
Baptist Church of Starke celebratedtheir Sides, Minister of Music Herb
"Arise and Build" program at Stucky, Campaign Director
a special Victory Banquet. Tenly, Campaign Secretary
First Baptist initiated the "Arise Griffin, Promotion Director Jan
and BUild' program as a means to Johnson, Advance Commitments

generate capital funds for the con- Director Dale Holloway, Canvass Community Holy Week Services will be held at the First United
struction of a new three-story Director Marion Payne, Banquet Methodist Church of Starke the week preceeding Easter Sunday, March
fellowship hall/educational building Director Virginia Darby,

behind the church sanctuary on Emphasis Director Jimmy Crosby, 30.The services will begin with the meal at noon and conclude at 12:50: p.m.
Clark and Jefferson Streets. Sr., and Follow-up Director Bob tM in order that those attending will be able to return to their jobs.
Participating as Steering Committee Woods. Each year, this community-wide event Is held in one of the local chur-
members were: Pastor Rev. Ben Over 350 members and guests attended ches. A different -
Lunch is provider) at noon each day, Monday through Friday.
the held at I
Starke Church of God Starke inspiring banquet School I Nt minister will provide a devotional message from the Bible relatingto
Elementary the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ from the grave,
Centennial CelebrationSet Cafeteria. As part of the programthe The public is cordially invited to attend each day.
First Baptist youth ensemble
for This SundayThe presented several songs as well as a t The following churches will provide meals each day:

Starke Church of God will solo performance by 'Vicky n r MONDAY: St. Mark's Episcopal &: First Christian.

have its homecoming this Sunday, Goodowns. Performing members of nmusum i&Amm&. -- 11//&, I', .._. TUESDAY: First Presbyterian &: St. Edward's Catholic
the Youth Ensemble were Kristin WEDNESDAY: Bethlehem Freewill Baptist &: Church of God
Mar. 23 at 11 a.m. Special
music will, beginning be provided by the Chuck Pfenniger Vicky Goodowns, Cheryl First Baptist Steering Committee.., THURSDAY. First Baptist &: Madison St. Baptist .
Stucky, Amy Lewis, Carrie Woods, FRIDAY: First United Methodist &: Grace United Methodist, Lawtey
Miller Family. The morning service Front row: Bob Woods! Doug Sides! Virginia Darby, Jan Johnson and
will be followed by a luncheon in the Matt Bryant, Chuck Coburn, Danny Edith (iriffln.I The following ministers will bring the messages:
fellowship hall and an afternoon Hughes, and Kichie Taylor. In addition : row: Kev. Ken Bryant, Dale Hollovmy, Marlon Payne Herb Stucky MONDAY: Father Gilbert Crosby, St. Mark's Episcopal
service. a special multi-media presentation unit Jimmy Crosby.! Sr. Absent from picture Is Sonny Tenly. TUESDAY: Father Joe Finley, St. Edward's Catholic
worship emphasis will also be about Starke and First Baptist WEDNESDAY: Rev Davis, Bethlehem Freewill Baptist (tentative)
Celebrationof Church's history, the present and THURSDAY: Rev. Robert Gillis, Madison St. Baptist
given to the Centennial future vision was shown. Local Man Wins Inventor of Year Award FRIDAY: Rev. Jerry L Patton, First Presbyterian
the denomination. The morning First members and .- .. .. _.
Baptist -
service will include guests from the friends have total three- R. Joe Green a resident of Amherst, N.Y. The award was the ---
pledged a
city and county and there will be Brooker selected first award for the 7.11
year commitment of $4)2,414.4A:) to was recently as corporate-level Fla. Gen. Baptist Convention Apr.
readings of the history and land- date for the building construction. A the recipient of the 1985 Occidental White Springs plant

marks of the church. final goal of $(HKIXH is anticipated. Chemical Corporation Inventor of Green, son of Mrs. Johnnie Green The Florida General Baptist Convention tation charge will be$10 round trip.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend the Year Award. and the late A, Leslie Green of will be April 7-11 in Orlando, This fee only covers transportation
these services. Nursery The award which consisted of botha Rrooker, Is a graduate of Bradford Fla. All churches are asked to encourage
facilities will be available for all ser commemorative plaque and a High School and the University of their members and others Community NewsBy

vices. :JI 1).... K"" ,., monetary award was presented to Florida College of Engineering. He interested to participate in these ser Elizabeth\ Walker
him by J. Roger Hirl, President and has been with Occidental Chemical vices. 96 -66HIMt. :
Mrs. B.P. Stilley, Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth Chief Operating Officer of Occidental Corp. for seven years.J.O.Y.Luncheon. The closing services on Fridaywill Zion A.M.E. Church of Lawteywill

Daughters of the King Jacksonville Chaplain, visited and Mr.son and Kevin Mrs.of Chetnicnl Corp At a seminar; in be held at the Orlando Citrus host a revival beginning March:
Bowl. All wishing to participate in 23 at 5 p.m. The services will\ run
Chapter Organized R C. Buford and Mrs. Gloria King on Did You Know'Mrs.
this service will be required to purchase Monday through Saturday, Mar. 29,
Daughters of the King Chapter Sunday. Franklyn Weisgerber and Set for Friday 3/21 a pass which is being sold by nightly. Rev. K.O. Howard will\ conduct -

Mary Magdalene of St. Mark's Georgia Roush spent a few days in Mrs. Herbert Thomas attended a The J.O.Y. Sunday School class of all churches In the Baptist Conven the services. The public Is In
Episcopal Church held their Jacksonville with her son David Lee luncheon in Jacksonville on Wednes- Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will tion. A pass may be purchased from vited.
organizational meeting at the Parish Godsey and wife Kim. day, March 19 given by Mrs. W.J. have their regular monthly covered any church captain.Transportation Greater Allen Chapel A.M.K. will
Hall on Friday. Mar. 14. Flannery, District II Director dish luncheon this Friday, March 21, for Friday ser observe the church anniversary,
Mrs. Nan Hilmar of St. Joseph's of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hurst and son Florida Division United Daughters at noon. vices will be available. The bus will beginning Monday night and will
Gainesville conducted the meeting, Jason of Orlando were the weekend of the Confederacy honoring All interested senior citizens are leave the New Bethel Baptist Churchat close out Sunday at II a.m. with
assisted by Mrs. Betty Burnham of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Chapter Presidents who served dun invited to attend. 6 a.m. for Orlando. The transpor Rev. W, II. Zanders preaching The
St. Marks of Palatka. Brier. ing her term of office, 198386. public is invited.

Officers elected were Mrs. Janet "
Starling, president, Mrs. Lorraine
Bennett, vice president, Mrs. Anne
Uieske, secretary treasurer.A .
Junior Daughter Chapter was Ese
also organized with the name chosenSt.
Anne of St. Marks. Officers
elected were Yvonne Bobo, president

Amy Noegel, vice president,
Jane Stanwix-Hay, secretary. 1
treasurer. This is he first junior

chapter to be organized in the '

Diocese. 1 r

School MenusMar.

: 24-28 SERVI&ARmr..r

Bradford Klem. & :Middle School

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mustard, milk greens chocolate cake pooches cornbread Turf Builder ;

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Pursuant to Section 865.01 FlorIda 1..s JI Can Less mfr. mailinrebate ,', <' multi-purpose nvetool trim professional l results F
Statutn. notice It hereby given that the S2.00 \y e N" ; Uses'/.yn"and'/e"PoprwetsInterchangeable 4 P R-
undersigned, Lorraine Champion and '
Toughest mosduranl' Cost after mfr. rebate : nosepieces #K110a s
Don ,
Champion Sr. .
joint owners doing ,
UJ trash conldiner' available ,
business under the firm name of Champion Tight-htung! IK) locks it' $ 99ff :, "r.Vi1. ::\\ .. ,",;, y 599
Agency 838 N. Temple Ave., odors 2894 '"+ "
Starke. Florida Intends to register said ab2o) ",,
fictitious, name under the aforesaid
statute Cooper Group : ;
Doted this 18th day of March, A.D., kuiikrei'Belair
1986, In Bradford County ,,, .' 16 Oz. Fiberglass Y

3/204tpd4/10 ""F< Entry Lockset tr.Claw Hammer 4a
c Distinctive Belair design' knob with 'the security ol a Best quality, with octagon face and neck o "I I
AUCTION NOTICE 5-pin' tumbler mechanism 11400 BCP-3 s .E; 'r claw. Fiberglass handle with Permabond* on
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon .' / + .,; grip Free hammer holder with mad-In coupon.

day March 31, 1986. at 10.00 o'clock $999 i '+ .. ; 11"402
A.M the undersigned, Gator r<, R; SPECIAL PRICE $4099
Fieightways. Inc.. will sell at public auction SPECIAL PRICE :
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
Fla., one lot of cabinet consignedto w
Sklar Fob, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. to .fj\iI.'I'I' n0 fjlHt- ar=i .SERVJ?TAfl,

satisfy freight and storage charges, rf Fluorescent
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of 2-Pack Inside

Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Work Light .< eo'r' Frost Bulbs
Gator Freightwoys Inc., Carrier e'"
15 watt with 25 18/SJTcord Shatter resistant
04-709471 dtd 1/28/86 light 880
+ Medium base Provide 1000 average hours average
3/202tchg 3/27 lr ; ballast housing Grounded plug 0221 lumens. 40W. 60W. 75W, 100W 464909.. 464925 -

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AUCTION NOTICE fr $41699 69<:
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday SPECIAL PRICE ; SPECIAL PRICE 52978 529 nW97T '
March 31, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Jr
A.M. the undersigned Gator
Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auc )4
bon for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson SERVlitTAR. Y.. L
ville, Fla., one lot of door, consigned to ''':2, k 20" 3HP tiff!*.

American Dream Homes Orlando, Fie., :.,td, /." 100 Lb. HTH GranularContains
>oj" i '
to satisfy freight and storage charges, Rotary Mower
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of less residue Enough for the entire season
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. f' Dependable Bnggs&Stratton engine, fixed 7/8' ha dle' for the average size pool. 7100
Gator Freightways. Inc.. Carrier and 7" diamond 'tread tires # 221X96
05.564807 dtd 1/14/86 r ,'
"' 99 $40995
3/20 2tchg 3/27 $109 / SPECIAL PRICE

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Individual dealers may limit quantities.' Individual dealers may not slock all items '4 le
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Hardware Lumber Home Centers
undersigned Douglas S. Miller Rt. 1, At this local participating SERVISTAR, dealer:

Box 1087, Lawtey, Fla. 32058, sole
owner, doing business under the firm STARKE
name of Lowtey Farm Equipment Sales, S ERW1
Rt. I, Box 1087, lawtev, Fla. 32058, Intends -
to register sold fictitious name Acme Hardware & Builders Supply

under the aforesaid statute.
Dated this 20th day of February, A.D., We can h&lp. 301 East Call Street
1986 In Bradford County.
2/27 4tchg 3/20

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Tracy Davis, Bryan Camp Wed Pvt. Brian Hudson

Completes Basic

I Pvt. Brian S. Hudson, son of Clif-
Jan. 25 in In Home Ceremony ford and Claranell Hudson of Starke,
has completed basic training at Ft.
I Jackson, S.C.
I II Tracy Lynn Davis, daughter of A reception was held after the During training,students received .a. s.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Davis of ceremony in the dining room of the instruction in drill and ceremonies,
I Starke, and Bryan Franklin Camp, Davis home. A long trestle table, weapons, map reading, tactics, : z 4
son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. covered with a crocheted lace military courtesy, military justice,
Camp of Lawtey, were united in tablecloth made by the bride's first aid, and Army history and r I
marriage at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Grandmother Davis was centered '; \ traditions.He t 'I'A
Jan. 25 at the home of the bride's with a burgundy and pink floral arrangement is a 1982 graduate of Bradford ; '.
parents in Green Acres. flanked by silver candle 4a High School.
Conducting the ceremony was holders and a silver punch service. 4s4iL ,;t
Rev. Andy Crews of Brooker Baptist The end of the table held the wed .
Church. Mrs. Owen Alvarez directed ding cake made by Linda Tatum, Randy Chilly
the wedding. Nuptial music cousin of the The cake ) ;
was provided groom. :
by soloist Tommy Outlaw, accompanied featured a cascading pink fountain 'E: ;.z: Jw.Mr. Pvt. Richard Clark Randy Chitty Named
on the piano by Diann and cherub and dove adorned multi t' .n .... Outstanding ManagerRandal
Outlaw, cousin of the bride. layers. Wendy Sullivan served the Completes Basic
The groom's best man was Donnie cake as guests passed a buffet-style Army National Guard Private Franklin Chitty II has
Wilkerson of Starke. The wedding sideboard laden with smoked ham Richard E. Clark, Jr. son of LouellaL. been selected as the Outstanding
ceremony was performed by and turkey prepared by the bride's and Richard E. Clark! of Starke, Territorial Manager for R.C.A. Con-
candlelight in front of the stone father, salmon tarts, summer has completed basic training at Ft. sumer Electronic Products for Nor-
fireplace in the Davis family room sausage, fresh strawberries, along Bliss, Texas. theast Florida by the R.C.A. Cor-
under a flower and greenery bedecked with dips, nuts and mints. During the training, students poration of America.
arch. Branched candelabra graced Mrs. R.V. Durrance and received instruction in drill and Chitty was awarded an all-
each side of the fireplace. Palms, daughters served the punch. Mrs. \ ceremonies, weapons, map reading, expense paid trip to Hawaii for two
and was presented with a diamond
diffenbachia and umbrella plants Leonard Moore Sr., Mrs. Ed tactics, courtesy, justice, first aid,
were placed at points of interest in Kimutis, Jr., Rick Kimutis, Inman and Army history and traditions. emblem ring. He is associated with
the wedding and reception rooms. Green, Mrs. Steve Simmons, Ms. .and Mrs. Bryan Camp the Seacoast Company of Jacksonville
Wedding bells and streamers were Gladys Thomas, Mrs. Becky Durand and has been selected for
used to decorate archways through and Mrs. Harold Crawford assisted prestigious membership in the
which the bride entered from the with wedding preparations. Hospice Theme Topic At Woman's Club MeetingMarch 12 R.C.A. Elite Excel Club
foyer Randy is the son of Mrs. Joan T.
on a rose-strewn aisle cloth. Wedding gifts were displayed in
Matron of honor was Tammy War the music room on a table covered Ms. Patrice Moore, R.N., directorof minaliy ill can help the volunteers to beautification program presently Chitty Starke.and He the was late born Randal and F.raised Chittyof in
ren, wearing a floor-length suede with a crocheted lace cloth made by the North Central Florida get their own priorities in order. being carried out through the sale of Starke and graduated from Brad-
rose empire-style dress of crepe de the bride's Grandmother Moore. Hospice, Inc., was speaker at the Realizing that death is all around us plants grown by Vo-Tech, for sale by ford High School in 1975. He receiveda
chine, accented with lace ruffles. Out of town guests included Mr. Home Life Meeting of the Woman's may make the processes of living the club. Mrs. H.M. Connelly spoke BS Degree in Finance and
She carried a bouquet of pink and and Mrs. David Moore and family, Club of Starke, held on Mar. 12. more worthwhile. about the Special Olympics when Business Administration from the
burgundy carnations and lilies with Mark Moore and family, Ms Sherry Centered in Gainesville, Begun in 1979 in Alachua County Woman's Club aides will participatein University of South Florida in 1979.
lace streamers. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Len Moore and intends to be functional in Bradford with a part-time nurse, and 5 craft sessions for approximately
Bridesmaids were Regina family. and Mrs. Philip Clark County soon, following a training:; volunteers, today Hospice has 5 professional 60 clients. Weeks Chapter UDC
Johnson and Maria Thomas, and and and Mrs. Charles Mc- course for volunteers. Hospice is an employees, and 60 trained During the Bradford County Fair, Has Program About
were attired in identical floor-length Cullough and granddaughter. organization made up of profes- volunteers. A goal for the next the Woman's Club will sponsor the
gowns of burgundy crepe de chine Following a wedding trip to South sionals and volunteers, working to several months is to form a satellite Child Prevention Project booth, and Confederate Women
with lace inserts and ruffles. They Florida, the couple is residing in help terminally ill patients and their program, functioning through Brad club members will staff the booth as Historian Mrs. Lloyd Wike spoketo
carried bouquets of pink and Theressa. families with at home. A ford Hospital.
cope dying well.During the W.T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C.,
burgundy carnations with lillies andbaby's support system, consisting of doc- Volunteers will be needed to work the recent District IV Arts at their meeting at Western Steer
breath. American tors, nurses, clergy and social with referral patients, as well as and Crafts display, the Woman's Steakhouse Monday, Mar. 17 on the
Ushers were Hal Davis, brother of workers join with volunteers to helping "man" an office, by answer- Club of Starke won eleven ribbons, subject of Confederate Women, us-
the bride, and Kevin Kilbride of Subject of Concert carry out Hospice's "philosophy of ing the phone, doing public relations in several categories,including sket- ing material from a book written by
Lawtey. Riverland Club care", wherein the patient is aidedin work, and acting as community ching, needlework, use of natural Bell Irvin Wiley.
Flowergirl was Christina Mobley, By living life to the fullest, to the very liaison. The upcoming training materials,and ceramics. Among the Following the program, Mrs.
niece of the groom. Christina wore a Riverland Music Club, a member of end.When course will center on the concept of winners were Mrs. Mildred Bellizzi, Franklyn Weisgerber, president,
floor-length suede rose gown of the National Federation of Music a patient is referred to care, how to talk to the dying, and Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Mrs. W. T. conducted the business meeting.
crepe de chine and lace. She carrieda Clubs, observed the Parade of Hospice, normally the diagnosis is understanding the normal grief and Frick and Mrs. Thomson. Plans were made for a work day at
basket of rose petals. Decorating American Music last Feb. 27 at for no more than six months' life re bereavement process. The course Mrs. Margaret Ahrens has been Crosby Lake Cemetery on Apr. 3. All
her hair was a spray of miniature Brooker Elementary School.A maining. Hospice does not attemptto times have not yet been set,as a can- elected as the newest member of the members who can work are to meetat
rosebuds and baby's breath. welcome and opening commentswere take over, but to try to add vass will determine what hours Woman's Club of Starke. 9:30: a.m., bring tools and a sand
Ringbearer was Kendall Bryan given by Nell Mann, president of something to the time remaining.Far would be the most convenient to the Enthusiasm is high for the Spring wich lunch.A .
Mobley, nephew of the groom. He Riverland Music Club. A brief historyof from being sad, working with largest number of attendees. 1986 Antique and Collectible Show committee was appointed to
carried a satin and lace heart- the club was given and saome of the Hospice families can be a most Presentations of Hospice conceptswill and Sale which will open tomorrow. plan the memorial service for April--
shaped pillow with lace streamers. most recent accomplishments were rewarding experience, as there is shortly be made to the Junior Long sold out for exhibit space, ad- chairman, Mrs. Marguerite Hall,
The bride wore a formal gown of mentioned. The club just recently something about sharing a short,but Woman's Club of Starke, and both vance ticket sales have also gone Mrs. Mona Canova and Mrs. Linda
imported silk organza over satin, presented two portable stages to Lake meaningful time of caring and shar- City and County Commissioners, well and a large turn-out is ex- Sullivan.
trimmed with chantilly lace. The fitted Butler Elementary School, a scholar- ing with another being that can be and to other local organizationswhich pected. Luncheon was served following
bodice featured a sheer yoke ship was given to voice student humbling. Frequently, in the press might be interested in aiding Mrs. George Roberts reportedthat the business meeting on tables
with high collar trimmed in lace. Allison Patton of Alachua, and six of daily affairs, we do not take the the formation of a Hospice unit here. the recent Sisterhood Tea was a covered with lace cloths and the
Full-length bishop-style sleeves ended junior counselors (teachers) entered time to tell family and friends that Potential volunteers are needed,and great success and was a much- centerpiece was an arrangement of
in lace cuffs. The A-line skirt fell 34 students in the Junior Festival at we love them; this is where Hospice urged to contact Hospice of their enjoyed social event. The May red and white azaleas and bridal
from an empire waistline. A chapel- the UF. The Junior Festival results enters, to help in the situation by willingness to serve. Breakfast will be held on Wednesday wreath.
length train and veil continued the were: piano solo, 13 superiors, 17 ex- removing the panic, and aiding in In the business meeting which May 14, at 11 a.m. at the Guests present were Mrs.
lace bordered pattern. cellents; hymns, 2 superiors; violin, tending to any unfinished business.As followed Ms. Moore's talk, regular clubhouse. This will be the final Christine Lawson, Mrs. Blonnie
Nancy Grider kept the bride'sbook. one excellent and organ, one none of us have any guaranteesof monthly reports were presented.Mrs. meeting of the current club year, Derkman. Mrs. Rhoda Dampier
superior. tomorrow, working with the ter W H. Thomson reported on the and will include the installation of officers Miss Judy Broughton and Mrs. Effie
for the 1986-88 term. Carter.







Graduate, University of Florida s':

1 'e .4 :2v '

20 Years Business Experience'

Past 15 Years in his own business '

e Past President Keystone Heights Rotary Club t"

Past Commander "Our Country Day" r

Member Keystone Heights United Methodist Church ,


Proven Businessman"


"I've watched Clay Electric Cooperative grow and with your vote, I would like

to become your representative. I will work for you to see that this cooperative

continues to be a vital part of our community. "

-- Mike Redfearn



MARCH 27 1986 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Clay Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting.I.u"




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Bradford VideoNow All Service ExxonJohn Jane S. Usher, [JJ

featuring 24 throughout the region. from 24 channels for Woolard Manager Realtor REALTOR

channels of brilliant For a small installation your viewing pleasure; 800 S. Walnut Starke When you're looking Whether you're looking assist you in every

reception, cable T V. fee and a low, low in the future they hope 9645458There around today's real' for a building site, a conceivable manner.
has become one of the monthly servico to provide even more
estate market lor the new home, or older When it comes time to
favorite entertainments charge..your family channels for greater are quite a few completely familiar best place to put your house, this is the one sell your existing

in the homes of the can enjoy theunparalleled entertainmentselection service stations in the with all models and money trust Jane S. to see first! Jane also property this reliable

Starke area. We're quality .) area but what makes makes of automobilesthis Usher to help you find specializes in small broker will do more for

indeed fortunate in that cable television one stand out and can handle the home or property acre tracks and small you! Trust them with all

having a quality can provide. Contact Bradford above all others? It's anything from a tune- that you want! and large farm sales. your real estate

minded company like Video today and find not so much the gas up to brake jobs. They Office located at 360 With some realistic matters!

Bradford Video ,in Since the cable out how easily YOUR they sell, although also featurelubrications W. Main St. in Lake prices and some As the writers of this

charge of cable T V in comes directly into family can enjoy the Exxon products have minor Butler, phone 496-2126 diligent effort, they can 1986 Business Review

the area! your set. there's never many advantages of proved their excellence repairs, starter and and 496-2903 in the and will find just what we heartily suggest

Located at 527 S. any reception problem cable television. The over the years for your alternator work, wheel evenings this you're looking for. that you contact this

Water, phone 964-6308, (Another major benefit editors of! this 1986 car, but it's the extra balancing, batteries respected broker has They have access to well known firm. For

Bradford Video offers of having cable TV is Business Review think friendly service that and accessories. more to offer in terms property throughout ALL your real estateof

cable service being able to select you'll be glad you did! this station provides The next time you're listings and service. the entire area and can transactions.

along with their fair in the area, stop in at

prices that has given All Service Exxon, the
Gator Auto Parts them a reputation well service station that Custom HomesBy

thought of by people of "Cares" for you and
Ron RegenOwnerMany this area. your car. By Terry Hall

Many people are the pricing at rock If you are particular of a new that some contractors see what they have to

doing auto repair Featuring name bottom so that anyone about your car, then We the editors of home? Many folks in offer a limited selection offer in terms of

themselves and saving brand parts and can stock up and save you should be this 1986 Business this area have been of plans and specialize distinctive residences.

money by getting their accessories, this wellon auto parts and particular about your Review would like to looking to Terry Hall's only a few standarized

parts at Gator Auto known firm has original accessories.) car's servicing. People call the attention of the Custom Homes, phone styles of homes. Terry Hall will be

Parts! This popular equipment So, whether you throughout this area driving public to this 473-3929, for that extra happy to show you

discount parts house replacements for most need a set of plugs or a will go out of their way fine service center. And measure of service that If you're the type of "what's happeningmany

has two locations, one any car or truck. They complete gasket set or to stop in at All Service we suggest that you construction person who clings to now" in the way of

in Siarke. on 320 E. Call also carry a fine anything else for your Exxon, because they stop in soon for the companies fail to his individuality and custom homes! The

Street phone 964-8011 selection of oils and .remember the know that these best in automotive offer! You, too, can wants a home that !is writers of this 1986

and in Melrose on lubricants, tools, filters, name: Gator Auto friendly attendants are services.Hairplanes always do better when unique from all the Business Review don't

State Road 26. phone tune-up kits Parts! The writers of you trust your new others in the area then think you'd want to

475-1207 Both stores customizing this 1986 Businessare home to the best! you should call this settle for less than the

open 7 days a accessories and much Review feel that they'll It's a well-known fact innovative firm and just best!
week yes even all day much more.(Their help you beat the highon .

Saturday and volume buying keeps cost of auto repairKeaton's Town & Country

Do you want to look from precision cutting

your very best at all to styling perms, this Veterinary ClinicJames
Paint and
BodyFerrell times and not have to fine shop features
E. Pennington D.V.M. &
KeatonOwnerMany spend a fortune doing Wendy, Tony and ,

It? Try. Hairplanes, Inc. Linda the professional 'J" .. Tom.W. Nauman;>,..V.M...

people have Keystone Heights, insurance companies at 737 S. Walnut in tylit.vyhp t cater tp .,
.' (? ??? jv Taking care of..the jqgaseU'q. : any"- "II' when they become ill
looked far and wide for phone 473-2747. now must permit you Starke, phone 964- your every, whim.Hairplanes .
local resident's pets, emergency. or are injured They'llreceive
who does The at this to choose the body
someone personnel 4645! Here's a styling
horses and livestock is Tiiis well-known tender lovingthe
work The firm fully understand shop like best to also
good body you salon where anyone
in time at
full-time job of the clinic specializes care every this
automobiles of today body and fender repair repair your car so can go to lookoutstanding offers the Sunjet R- Town & Country treating the disorders well-known
require a specialist to as well as auto choose them to do all AND the U.V.A. tanning bed for veterinarian.
Veterinary Clinic in of all animals-not just
repair or replace body painting They have of you insurance work. rates are very a beautiful, yearroundreasonable. Starke at 1051 S. small pets, but horses
panels and to refinish gained a reputationthem You'll tan that is better for
Water, phone 964-6411: and livestock-and will They have the ability
to their second to As the editors of this than the !
original nonethroughout really enjoy the extra your sun
one of the region'sforemost make farm visits to to hospitalize both
beauty by matching the this entire 1986 Business Review, service that's lavished Stop in today or call
veterinary these animals so that large and small animals
new paint accurately area. So whether your we are proud to on you at this well for an apPointment.known clinics. They are open they'can receive quality if this is necessary. '-:;
with the original. is small crease or endorse the fine wants to
job a shop. Hairplanes
for appointments .. "jca/e.JFrom the time And with this fine
The professional a roll-over, we know business policies and Featuring a complete become your styling '
Monday-Saturday 9-12 they're born, YOUR facility, you can feel
body men to see in this you will be entirely quality work ofKeaton's line of beauty services salon.
and 2-5:30: except on pets need regular confident that they are
area is Keaton's Paint satisfied with their Paint and Thursday and,Saturday attention, just like you !in the best of hands.
and located work. for all of
Body on Body your with mornings hours of do. Take them to this Trust Town & Country
Fox Run off of And please auto body and R & J's Saw ShopRalph
9-12. And. of course, ,recommended clinic for Veterinary Clinic to
Commercial Circle in remember that all repainting work these fine veterinarians their i shots and for any take better care of your
& Joan FeustonOwnersMake
treatment animals. I
are available 24 hours necessary

sure your bring your unit in
D & S Welding ServiceDanny
lawnmower is in good before it's time to start

BelcherOwner"The shape for the summer cutting thegrass..you'll Exodus Interiors

season by taking it to R enjoy
& J's Saw Shop. This summer a lot more if Residential\ & Commercial .
welder that specializing in stainless famous portable '
experienced you have a lawnmower ''Donna Gruen Owner
comes to you' That'sthe and aluminum. Fast service. Regardless of
lawnmower sharpening which starts on the first
motto of D & S service, a perfect job, what type of welding 0 Drapiriei 0 Bedspreads 0 Mini Blinds 0
and works
and firm pull
Welding Service at 309 and a fair price, are you need to have done repair o Vertical Blinds 0 Wallcoverings 0 Custom Window Treatments
located on Patton St. in perfectly throughout _
Center in Starke! three things that this is the one shopThey're
you 5wallcoverings
Worthington Springs the season. If you want quality mini and scheme of coordination
known in the can count on when you that can do the job for phone 496-2534 and R & J's Saw Shop is decorating at vertical blinds, and and versatile beauty.
area as one of the call this reliable firm to in the shortest
you they're ready to service also the best place to reasonable prices custom window The writers of this
fastest and finest handle your welding time! YOUR power or hand go for that needed here's one interior 'treatments. Their 1986 Business Review

welding services work. The editors of this mower. sharpening. This skilled decorator who believes biggest contribution. suggest that you

anywhere! 1986 Business Review Whether your mower firm has the proper in complying with your however, is their contact this wellrecommended -
Phone 964-4060 and This respected suggest that you call D needs a simplesharpening tools to sharpen both wishes and offering seemingly endless flow firm of
the fully equipped rig concern is ready to & S Welding Servicewill further for thebeautification
or a rotary and reel mowers. suggestions to .of ideas interior design
be on its way to serve you withproduction whenever you're in complete overhaul on 'The writers of this enhance your own of your whenever you're

repair. all your work in need of fast weldingequipment the engine, this !is the 1986 Business Review ideas. Call 964-7714 home or office! contemplatingdecorating

addition to their service "on the spot! place to go. They offer would like to suggest and see the many lines Exodus Interiors or

fast, expert service, to all of our readers to of distinctive products demands, the best. remodeling. Your home

Teal Tile & CarpetBig genuine replacement contact this quality- at discount prices for They're not satisfied or office will have a
parts and reasonable conscious firm for all you to choose from in until you are and they'll harmonious look at a

savings on all for every room in your volume buying policies rates. Plan now to lawnmower repairsTim's the way of bedspreads go out of their way to pleasingly affordable

types of carpeting. home or office. The and their remarkablyThat's draperies, insure a decorating price.

what you'll find choice of many leading low overhead are the
at Teal Tile & Carpet, builders and interior reasons for the low

where quality carpet at decorators, this carpet prices. Don't buy ANY Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio"The

discount prices is the outlet specializes in carpet until you've seen Cabinets tl jrl Place for the Custom Face."
name of the game! quality products from the selection and the
This "carpet waresome of the most unbelievably low prices The Tender Loving Care CenterWith

house" located at mills at this leading carpet *New Construction *Remodeling
respected carpet '
is "
*Ceblneti *Tlle Coiling .. .I.I 'l'.r. such services as phone 964-7355, and Linda can take care of i
131 N. Street in in the country. They discount house. '
Cherry .CutllckoSlono Stucco *Drywoll ."
trained beautyconsultants she is waiting to serve any unwanted hair with
Starke, phone 964offer complete service The authors of this *Mobile Home Und.rplnningSkirting( ) j 'l' !
color you in every way she the removation hair
Reviewone In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone
7423. and feature including installation 1986 Business
they Free Estimates analysis free beauty can! Call or drop by for removal system. You
of the area'slargest and repairs too. urge all of our readers
and make-up lessons, a free demonstration of might even want to try ;
and most Teal Tile & Carpet to check with this
I Phone Tim pleased to show theirThompson and "trial before these well known out their Solana
complete selections of CAN save you money leading carpetsupplier..first "
at 964-4380 list of referrals from purchase Merle products. Tanning Bed. This
name brand carpeting on carpets. Their during day hours and satisfied customers Norman Cosmetics Also available at this tanning bed is safe for >

964-6238 during the have become very studio are many other your skin and will give

Market"The evening hours. This Whether you need a popular with beauty enhancement you a great tan beforediscriminating
Norman's reliable cabinet shop small addition or a ladies options. Let Glenda the summer begins. y

features only the finest complete throughout the area. and Christine style Merle Norman j
store that US.D.A choice meat, Norman's Market apart I I
from "ordinary"grocery materials and kitchen...contact Tim'shomeowners The area distributor your hair to perfection. Cosmetic Studio is.
service built! That'swhat and fresh seafood.
stores.Everything are urged Custom Cabinets for for these famous Have Sandra give your truly your Tender
call From the moment
they need to call them whenever your next project. beauty aids is Naomi nails special attention Loving Care Center-
Norman's Market where walk in you'll find you
smart shoppers find you the extra touch of and want !is right here they want cabinet work You'll find the quality Herres 118 South with a manicure or contact them today for

everything they need service that's missing in one convenient (and that stands head and of materials andcraftsmanship Thompson in Starke, sculptured nails. And a more beautiful you.

for good eating at from many of the giant courteous) stop! shoulders above all to be
others. the finest
among very
chain stores which
substantial Located at savings.U.S. 301 exist today. Service in The writers of this A large number of in the area. The writers Shop the Above Merchants:
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REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ,AUCTION NOTICE will consider he following Ordinance on 32091, The Personal/ Representative of
hereby given that on Mon Second Reading and the Estate Is MARY D. BROWN, whose
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida day March 24 proposed passage
ABANDONED PROPERTY EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, 1986. at 10:00: a.m., the hereof. address Is P.O. Box 1233. Starke. Florida'
Gator Frelghtways, Inc ORDINANCE No. 7S 32091. The and address ol the Personal
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. undersigned Robert A. Mathews, sole will sell
to Section at
13, Chopt.r 717, public auction for cash AN
Florida Statute, entitled "Florida Case No 83.13.CP owner, doing business under the firm Lloyd Rd. Jacksonville, 01 2600 ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE Representatives attorney are set
Florida, lot KEEPING OF
name of Mathews 441 West of clock
Disposition Realty
of Unclaimed radlos
Property Act, RE The of < consigned' l to Kendale MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR THE CON All claims' demands
: Estate or
notice I.I hereby given that the Madison St., Stark, Florida, Intends to Corp.. Miami Fla. persons
luted. persons ANTHONY P. ROSSANO register said fictitious name under the to satisfy freight and TROL OF FLIES AND VERMIN AND FOR against the Estate ore required/ WITHIN
below storage
opp.or to b. owners ofunclaimed Deceased. aforesaid statute. Section charges, under the provisions of THE PREVENTION OF INSANITARY CON THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
presumed personal abandoned.or Intangible property NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO Dated this 7th day of March A.D., Lading. 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of DITIONS OBJECTIONABLE ODORS. AND FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
IL NOT THIS DOES ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR 1986 In Bradford County PUBLIC NUISANCES; ADOPTING' EXCLUSIVE file with the Clerk' of the above Court a
ESTATE. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE 3/13 4tpd 4/3 Frelghtways. Inc., Carrier METHODS FOR DISPOSAL' OF written statement of any claim or demand
ApparentOwn.r Account Number AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Pro. 14.663S05dtd. 1/20/86 ANIMAL/ WASTE AND DEAD ANIMALS; they may have. Each claim must
BROWNINO David C. 1413.1985.0001 THE ESTATE: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 3/13 2tchg 3/20 PROVIDING/ A POWER TO ENFORCE, be In writing and must 'Indicate the basisof ,
DAVIDSON, Harold .
381 L 0254.1985.0295 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the' administration REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME PROVIDING A RIGHT OF ENTRY. PRO the claim' / the name and address of
'. Stoike W..Weldon Fla. St. of the estate of ANTHONYP. Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR VIDING/ A PENALTY. PROVIDING AN EF- the creditor or hit agent or attorney, and
32091GARRISON ROSSANO, deceased, file number Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA fECTIVE DATE, the amount claimed. If the claim Is not
Rodney A. 83.13.CP, Is pending In the Circuit Court undersigned Barbara Jackson, sole PROBATE DIVISION Sold proposed ordinance may be Inipected yet due the dote when It will become
M/M 0029.1985-0024 for Bradford County, Florida, Probate owner, doing business under the firm File Number 86-13 by the public at city hall corner due shall be stated If the claim Is contingent
G.n.rol Delivery Division, the address of which Is Brad name of Midnight. Video 444-B West Division File 1-3709 of Lake and Clark Street, Lawtey, or unliquidated the nature of
I Storks, Fla. 32091 ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida. Madison St., Starke, Intends to register : ESTATE OF Florida, during the hours of 8.00 a m. lo the uncertainty shall/ be stated If the
liWELLEN, Gloria y, 1092-1983-0007 32091 The Personal Representative of sold fictitious name under the aforesaid RODNEY PHILLIP HALL I 11.15 I: a.m and 1.00pm. to 3 00 p.m. claim' Is secured, the security shall be
and Robert B. the estate Is ELEANOR E. ROSSANO, Deceased each week
statute. doy excepting Thursdayswhen described/ The claimant' shall deliver
Camp Standing whose address If Route 2, Box 585, Dated this 7th day of March 1986, The NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION such hours ore from 8 00 a m. to sufficient copies ol the claim to the Clerk
Rt. I, BUV2A Melrose, Florida 32666 The name and A.D., In Bradford County. administration of the estate of ,11:15 I: a m. All such rimes and doles shod to enable the Clerk to mall one copy to
Starke. Fla. 32091 address of the Personal Representative's 3/13 3tpd 4/3 RODNEY PHILLIP HALL, deceased. File nol apply during 'legal holidays each Personal' Representative
SALZAR, Margar.t 00291985.0050 attorney are set forth below. Number 86.13-CP, Is pending in the Circuit Alphonto Anderson All persons Interested In the Estate to
Route 2, Box 113C All persons having claims or demands IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Court for Bradford County Florida, City Clerk' whom a copy of this Notice of Administration
Starke, Fla. 32091Informotion against the estate are required, WITHIN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Probate Division, the address of which Is (fchg 3/20 has been mailed are re
concerning the amount or THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
description of the property (such a* FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to Case No 8668IN Florida 32091 The names and addresses IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
unclaimed checking accounts, saving file with the clerk of the above court a RE: The Marriage of of the personal representative and the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA OF THIS NOTICE to file any ob/ecllons/
accounts utility deposits, stocks, bonds written statement of any claim or demand RONALD R, BOLDER Husband personal representative attorney are PROBATE DIVISIONFile they may hove thai challenges the
Insurance refunds, safe deposit boxes. they may have. Each claim must set forth below Number 85-I2I-CP qualifications/ / of the Personal/ Representative
etc ) and the names and addresses of be in writing and must Indicate the basis andTERESA A. BOLDER Wife. All interested persons are required to DIVISION' '1-3697 or the venue or jurisdiction of the
th. holder of such personal propertymay for the claim the name and address of NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO file with this court WITHIN THREE MON. IN RE: ESTATE OF Court.
be obtained by any person possessing the creditor or his agent or attorney and : RONALD R. BOLDER THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS RUBY B. HAYES ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
I on Interest In the property by addressing the amount claimed. If the claim Is not RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Deceased NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
an Inquiry to Gerald Lewis, yet due, the date when It will become ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action and ((2)) any objection by an Interested NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe BARRED.
State Comptroller, Attn: Abandoned due shall be stated If the claim is contingent for dissolution of marriage has been person on whom this notice was served administration of the estate of Dote of the first publication of this
Propeity Section, 202 Blount Street, or unliquidated the nature of filed against you and you are required to that challenges the validity of the will, RUBY B. HAYES, deceased File Number Notice ol Administration: March 20
Tallahassee, Florida 32301 ((904)) the uncertainty shall b. stated. If the serve a copy of your written defenses If the qualifications of the peisonal B5.,2''.CP, Is pending In the Circuit Court 1986.
487-0510. The Jacksonville office claim is .secured the security shall be any to It, on the Petitioner's/Wife's attorney representative, venue, or jurisdiction of for Bradford County Florida, Probate MARY D. BROWNAs
telephone' number Is ((904)) 359.6085. B. described. The claimant shall deliver whose name and address Is: the court. Division, the address of which Is Bradford Personal' Representative
sure to mention the account number sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT County Courthouse Sfarke, Florida. Ol' The Estate of
AFTER the name as published In this enable the clerk to mail one copy to Attorney for Wif. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The names and addresses of the personal PAUL DALE BROWN Deceased.
notice Unless proof of ownership Is the Personal Representative.All p, O. Box 1056 Publication of this Notice has begunon representative and he personal ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
presented to the holder by May 4, 1986 persons Interested In the estate to Stork., Florida 32091 March 13, 1986. representative's attorney ore set forth REPRESENTATIVE:
the property will be delivered for whom a copy of this notice of administration and file the original with the Clerk of Personal Representative: below Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.
custody to the Comptroller of Florida. has been mailed are required. the above styled Court on or before Billie S. Hall All Interested persons ore required lo ,.. O. Box 1056
Thereafter all further claims must b. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM April 10, 1986: otherwise a |judgment Route 1, Box 546 file/' with this court WITHIN THREE MON- 403 West Georgia SI.Storlc. .
directed to the Comptroller of Florida. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF may be entered against you for the Starke, Florida 32091 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS .. Florida 32091
GERALD LEWIS THIS NOTICE to file any objection| relief demanded In the Petition. Attorney for Personal Representative NOTICE. ((1)I all claims against the estate ((904)) 964.7262
COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA they may have that challenges the WITNESS my hand and seal of said Dudley P. Hardy P.A. and (2)) any objection/ by an Interested 3/20 2tchg 3/27
3/13 21chg 3120 validity of the decedent's will, the Court on this 4th day of March 1986. P. O. Drawer 1030 person on whom this notice was served
.. ----.-_. ---_. qualifications of the Personal Representative GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERK Starke, Florida 32091 that challenges the validity" of the will IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
or the venue or (jurisdiction of the By Becky Parrish T.I.phon.04.9645701 the qualifications of the personal OF FLORIDA. EIGHTH
Deputy Clerk representative venue or (jurisdiction of CIRCUIT, IN AND
IN RE: The Marriage of Publication of this notice has begun. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Publication of this IN RE THE
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Notice has begunon : MARRIAGE OF
JAMES T. KRAMER, Date of the first of this noticeof
publication BRADFORD Statutes, notice is hereby given that Ih.underalgn.d March 20 /1986 WILES BUD DANSON, JR.
Hu.band.and administration Is March 13, 1986.
{ Personal' Husband
Case No 86-56-CA Carl Griffls and Linda Griffls Representative.N :
NANCY R KRAMER, Wife.NOTICE ELEANOR E. ROSSANOPersonaiRepruentotiveofthe IN RE: The Marriage Of P. O. Box 332 Lawtay, Fla. 32058, G. Hayes and
DONALD WAYNE REESE, joint owners, doing business under the Rt. 2, Box 179 ALICE MARIE DANSON,
1 Estate of ANTHONY p, ROSSANO Alachuo' Florida Wife.
firm 32615
OF ACTION Husband, name of Pic-A-Flick Video Hwy. 301
; Deceased. and South of Lawtey Intends register said Attorney for Personal Representative: NOTICE OF ACTION/
JOANNA LYNN fictitious name under the aforesaidstatute

). Midland Village Apts. By Robet J. DensonP. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Dated this 24th day of February, 1986 O. Box 13502Gainesville Oulncy. Massachusetts 02169/
4J5S VVhitmlre Rd Apt. 45 O. Box 1287 DONALD WAYNE In Bradford County. // Fla. 32604 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai on action -
Midland. Tx. 79705 102 N.W. Second Ave. : Address Unknown.REESE 2/27 4tpd 3/20 Telephone/ : ((904) 372-4339 for Dissolution of Marriage has
Gainesville, Fla. 32602 3/20 3/27 been filed
2lchg against you, and you ore required -
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for 904-376-8888 MEETING NOTICE / to serve a copy of your written
dissolution of marriage has been filed Attorneys for YOU for ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action The Suwonnee River Economic Council IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. defenses to It. If any on the Plaintiff'sattorney
against you and you are required to Personal Representative3132tchg320 filed dissolution of marriage has been 'Inc Board of Directors will hold a EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND whose name and address Is:
serve a copy of your written defenses, If against you and you are required toserve meeting on March 31', '1986, at 7 30 p.m. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA WM. A BESSENT. III. ESQUIRE:
any, to it on Eugene F. Show, Plaintiff's a copy of your written defenses. If at the Holiday Inn In Lake City Florida' CASE NO.: 84BI-CP BESSENT& MOODY
attorney whose address Is 923-E North any to Terence M. Brown, Attorney for Suwonnee River Economic Council/, FILE NO.' 1.3573 403 West Georgia Street
Temple Avenue, Starke. Florida 32091, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO WIf. P.O. Drawer 40. Storke. Florida 'Inc on Equal Opportunity Employer Affirmative In ReESTATE: P. O Box 1056
on or before April 22, 1986 and file the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 32091 on or before April 3, 1986, and / Action EmployerP OF PAUl DALE BROWN S'arke Florida 32091 J
original with the clerk of this court Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida fll. the original with the Clerk of this O. Box 70 Deceased. ((904)) 964-7262
either before service on plaintiff's at. Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Court before or Immediately thereafter; live Oak, Fla 32060 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO / / and fife' the original' with the clerk of the
torney or Immediately thereafter; otherwise undersigned, Garden Restaurant. Inc., otherwise a default will be entered 'Itchg 3/20 ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR above-styled/ court on or before
:* default will be sole owner, doing business under the against you for the relief demanded In
a entered against ---- DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE WEDNESDAY 30 APRIL 1986, otherwise,
jf iii i wyflu.tPSttha fAl li/et'/ \ (demanded In the com., firm name of Vita's Plua. 105 Edwards the Petition. NOTICE OF PROPOSED AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN a judgment may be entered against you
,,, plaint or petition.. Rood Starke, Florldd 32091, Intends; to' Witness my hand and seal of this ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE THE ESTATE for the relief demanded In the Petition
I 1 Doted on this 3rd day of February register said fictitious name under the Court on the 3rd day of March. 1986. BV THE CITY' OF LA WTEV, FLORIDA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the WITNESS my hand and the seal' of sold
1986. aforesaid statute GILBERT S. BROWN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on April' administration of the Estate of PAUL Court on 17 Morch, A D.. '1986.GIL8ERTS..
GILBERT S. BROWNAs Doted this 19th day of March, A.D.. CI.rk of the Court 7. 1986. at 7:30: p.m., the City Council' of DALE BROWN, Deceased. Is pending In BROWN
Clerk of the Court 1986, In Bradford County. By:: Becky Parrish the City of Lawtey, Florida In regular' the Circuit Court for Bradford County, As Clerk of Sold Court
By Deputy Clerk 3/20 41chg 4/10 Deputy Clerk session to be held ot City Hall/, corner of Florida' Probate Division the address of By Becky Parrish
3/134tchg4/3 3/6 4tchg 3/27 Lake and Clark Street. Lowtey, Florida' which Is P.O. Drawer B, Starke, Florida As Deputy Clerk

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Allen's Office Griffis & Sons Starke Rigdon's Coffee

Supplies & Printing FibreglassWorks Tire Service

& Susan Owners
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C ompany. ServiceLocated No other beverage decaffeinated cot lees,

has won the continuing and the right coffee

l. Betty Allen-Owner/Manager acceptance that coffee machine for your

Everything for the professional image In When you are in the all makes of boats. If at 1534 fine outlet has just has throughout the particular need.Rigdon's .

rfjodern office is all of your businessmarket for a new boat you've been having any South Walnut in Starke what you need in history of the western

f featured at Allen's correspondence and you want/ the very type of problem..stop phone 964-5831. Your stock. The friendly world. Today you find services

Office Supplies & The helpful best in value for your in and see Griffis & dealer for famous personnel will gladly coffee In the majority over 100 accounts in

Printing at 113 E Call personnel at this shop money, its Griffis & Sons. They can help! Goodyear tires, this explain the advantages of homes, offices, the Starke, Lake Butler.

Street in Starke, phone are also available for Sons Fibreglass Works They also have community leader of a particular tire, if factories, restaurants, Keystone Heights, Lake

9648925. office supply and on Highway 301 N. in custom food boxes and features tires for you desire, and will motels. .everywhere1However City High Springs and

This fine business is printing counseling. Starke. phone 964- dog boxes available. virtually every car and advise you as to the finding a Alachua area. Let them

well stocked with all They can set up an 5531. truck on the road and best buy for your good cup of coffee is equip your restaurant,

the big and little things appointment with you Whether you are a Here is one cmpany'their! huge inventory needs Of course, sometimes very cafe or office with the

you need to keep your to review your business retailer or individual that stands behind their allows you to "retlre"mounting, balancing, difficult Rigdon's type of coffee system

office running needs and to insure customer Woodrow work They want you; to immediately! They and other services arp Coffee Service can that's just right for you I
be completely' satisfied tires offered by this solve that problem for Coffee and other
smoothly, efficiently your office of sufficient Woodrow Jr, and Victor specialize in large: cups
and economically. office supplies and' Grlf.fls are ready to with their boats andservice for tractor trailer rigs, outstanding firm. ANY type of business'' supplies are brought in

Whether need printed materials. design and custom and they'll go off the road equipment Stop in today and This locally owned for you regularly so
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rubber stamps, You will also find a build your fishing boat. out of their way to and tractors. They even see just what kind of and operated service in there s never any worry

i magnetic signs or wide selection of art And they insure that make sure you are have available Com quality': your tire dollar Starke phone 964about running short.

I drawing pads Allen's supplies at Allen's. only quality products As the writers of this Chek service for will buy at Starke Tire 4467. offers' complete Phone 964-4467 for a
Service. As the writers coffee featuring free trial and for
carries all the supplies They feature such leave their shop. 1986 Business Review truckers. 3-day
and This well known we think you'll like the From steel-belted of this 1986 Business delicious Folgers. complete information
[ you require they quality names as
I will special order items Grumbacher and family firm alsospecializes fine products andservice radials to heavydutytruck Review we recommend Maxwell Mouse and on how Rigdon's

i not in stock. lIquitex acrylics and I in repairand this respectd tires todependable this full line tire center Chase & Sanborn Coffee Service can

.Check with this firm oils. The Custom reconditioning of firm has to offer. recaps this to all of our' readers. coffee as well as work for you''

for, all of your printing Framing service will .'-..--. -

i needsWthralsed, then add the perfect Community State Hayes Electric. and --

lettering and offset finishing touch to all of 0-gjg 1..J'

printing available-your your art work and -._-,,- Bank of Starke tr'NO". Air. Cond.t.on.ngJ. ._....

wedding invitations, pictures. ,

Allen's Office Whether at Located at 355 N.
graduation you're They are fully
Financial securitydoesn't phone 964-7830. this is loans, money market
announcements, formal Supplies & Printing come easily for one bank that won't let accounts, drive-in home or on the job, Temple Avenue in licensed and insured
invitations and every Company is truly your you know that you can Starke. phone 964- by the state and can
most of us. We have to you down! banking, safety deposit
[ other personal complete office supplystore I save for it and manage This bank has always boxes and a host of perform your: tasks 8744, this leading air handle any wiring job
[ announcement looks with that extra more efficiently' if conditioning specialist from remodeling to
our money wisely. In been a major factor in other are
i beautiful For your personal appeal. Their the Starke area, we the expansion and offered with a smile by you're working in a can design, build and new construction and
business, Allen's will customers are number temperature controlled maintain an air are more than glad top
will of the
have a friend who development your friendly,
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all of andagriculturists
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[envelopes I 0 Starke.ml.'ggy' room or perfectly inspection andrecommendation
money matters and of the State Bank ol ;
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display I your helpful I service. office. well as accurate costestimates
Community State Bank has been rewarded by The writers of/ this
Let Hayes Electricefficiency.and And when you are at any time.
of Starke. a strong growing 1986 Business Review
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Penance ServiceOn Pastor, and a native of Belfast, presented with kits containing ment tables were covered with white
Monday, Mar 24 at 7 p.m., the welcomed all to an enjoyable even- prayer books, rosaries, medals and cloths, and held floral ar-
Sacrament of Reconciliation Service ing. Una Nolan, also a native of scapulars by the pastor. rangements. The decorated cake
will be held at St Edward's Catholic Ireland, led the singing of Irish The sanctuary was decorated witha was inscribed "First Holy
Church Visiting priests will assist songs. Special Irish music and dancIng banner inscribed, "This Is My Communion- March 16, 1986", In-
the pastor, Father Joseph Finlay, in were enjoyed.The Body", "This Is My Blood" made by dividual decorated cakes topped
spiritually preparing parishionersfor hall was decorated with green Mary Anne Baglier The altar five- with miniature girls with white
the Easter Season. and white streamers, balloons and branch votive candelabra were ent- dresses were presented to the girl
r i Altar Society Irish symbols Among those in wined with ivy and daisies. Beneaththe communicants, and cakes topped
The St. Edward's Altar Society charge of arrangements were Mr. altar was a bouquet of dogwoodand with boy figures were given the
held a meeting in the parish hall on and Mrs. Sam Baglier, Muriel gladiolus. Blue and white bows boys.
3a Mar 4. Betty Dazinskl presided at Gilhooly and Peg Trimble. decorated the pews. Sallye Scogginswas
the meeting and reported on the First Holy CommunionOn the decorator. Among those in charge of the
Gainesville Deanery Board meetingshe Sunday, Mar. 16, nine Following the mass a receptionwas reception were Dorothy Rife, Muriel
had attended recently. Claire parishioners received their First Ho- held in the parish hall. Refresh-_ Gilhooly and Mary Gissy.
Brunetti volunteered for altar care ly Communion at the Eucharistic
1 during March Liturgy celebrated by Father
Members were invited to attend Joseph Finlay
the Deanery Spring Meeting The entrance procession was led Gram & Gramps
!scheduled for March 20 in Branford. by Heather Baglier, carrying a bou-
For Right to Life and Works of Mercy quet of flowers First Communicants 1514 King Street
Five Generations... the following items are being col.lected followed, with the girls wearing JacksonvillePhone
: jewelry, eyeglasses, Camp- white dresses and veils,and the boysin 389-0665
11 Am.
LegionnairesCited Five generations of a Mai'ke family bell's labels, bed sheets and large dark suits with ties and white
for 40 Yr. Service are pictured above from left to print maga/mes shirts. Gene Powell was the altar
right: Father Oliver Visits! server. Gram & Gramps is the place where most people enjoy shopping for infants
At its regular monthly meeting on Great grandfather Ituford McKinney On Thursday, Mar 13, Father Christy Myers was the reader. and children's clothing and furniture. Shop early for Easter and
Mar 11, eleven American Legion- grandfather Dewey McKinney John Oliver of the Gainesville Student Sister Bernard Joseph ofGainesville's summer clothing. They have taken great pains this spring to provide a
nacres were commended for 40 yearsof mother Lori Davis! son Keith Davis! Confer\ celebrated a special St. Patrick's School wide variety of the newest things for all childrenfrom the tiniest baby to
good standing and continuing service all of Starke, and great great grandmother Renew Mass in the parish hall. served as Eucharistic Minister. An- Boys and Girls size 14.
Commendations were given by Mae Varnes! of Sampson ('Ity Father Oliver spoke on Discipleship, toinette Coss was organist at the You will find it a real pleasure to shop here. You will find a happy at-
Commander Robert Brown, Mayor ._. the current Renew theme. mass. Serving as ushers were Albert mosphere of childhood in this store. It will recall memories of the days
Charlie Schaeffer and Albert L. b. Refreshments were served followingthe Konkel and George Konkel. Debbie when you yourself were a youngster. Making your selections in this store
Crosby, Jr., The eleven Legion- Mass Connaughton was the Director. will not be a task, but a pleasure (as dealers only in children's soft toys,
naires honored were Guy Andrews, Community In charge of arrangements for this and clothing, they naturally give more care.)
Albert L. Crosby, Jr., S. G. Den A specialized care to their selections born of wide and
Evangelist Mary Thomas of large group sponsored event were: Giftbearers in the Offertory Procession a care a varied
mark, Seeber D. Goodman, William William Marchese Debbie experience. This year they have an especially wide variety of selectionsat
Palatka will render a three night Lindsey were Joshua Bublitz,Tiffany
\II Graham, T.C. Hazen, Jr., revival service beginning March and John Wadovsky. Baglier, Shaun Phillips and April prices you would never have thought possible. Do come in now, take
William T. Jackson, Eston Jordan,
pick before
your early many of the choicest things are for Easter.
2123. The services will be held at the !St. Patrick's Parly Scoggins. Other first communicantswere gone
Walter\ II Lee, Freeman Register, Evangelist Pentacostal Church A covered dish supper was held in Jessica Howell, Lisa Howell And don't forget to shop for beautiful Easter baskets, bunnies, and trimmings .
,Jr.. A.J. Thomas, Jr., and John A. for Easter
Tree l
Torode located at 730 Pine Street, Starke St. Edward parish hall on Friday, Staci Meyers, Matt McGinn andMollie
Special recognition was also given Services will begin at 7:30: p.m. Mar. 14 Father Joseph Finlay, Var sko. They were all

to Gertrude M. Chnstoffers for her

60 years of faithful service. __ ___
The joint meeting of the American n _____n_ -
Legion and the Am. Legion Aux-
iliary was held at the Post 56 on Ed-
wards Road in Starke A commendatory -
letter was received by the
Auxiliary from the Dept. of FloridaAm
Leg Auxiliary, for achievingone

(omcidentally hundred percent, the Am.membership Legion,

under Commander Robert Brown, Home EntertainmentU.S. Concepts
also achieved the same goal.
The covered dish supper scheduled -

for April has been postponed to 301 South (Bradford Square Shopping Center) 964-6946
Tuesday, May 13 at 7 p.m. Veteransand
their wives are invited to attend.
Auxiliary President Toni Coss announced -
the upcoming project is
making kit bags to be presented to
\arious VA Hospitals when complete -
These kit bags will be used

bedside belongings to hold patient's personal Put a Sony Walkman in _

Sec./Treas. Mary Gissy announced -
an Essay Contest to be held by the soNy =
life for the beach
Auxiliary for students grades 612. your
Certificates will be given to the winner ,
at the meeting of May 13. Local
students have been advised of the this
contest. jogging or biking

Also at the May 13 meeting, Aux- p
iliary members will vote on a
:Nominating: Committee This committee
will make a selection of officers um
I to preside for the coming
year. Terms of office will begin June
'86 and extend to June '87. Special Price I .
AI) Crosby, Jr., read the history of
the American Legion, which
originated in Paris, France in 1919.
The Legion will celebrate its 67th
birthday on Mar 16, 1986.

Norman; Guest speaker Penfold,for donor the evening club consul-was '." _- You can buy for less.
tant from the Civitan regional blood .
center He discussed the blood donor

and benefit how program to give a,gift special membership.benefits orr but you cannot buy a

The next meeting date for the Am.
Legion and Auxiliary will be April 8

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Fashion Show Set at Fair I

In keeping with the effort to expand There will be both a youth and length 1 or 2 piece dress of matching
the Bradford County Fair, a adult division as well as several fabric or dress with jacket. 2) Coator ADDRESS
fashion! show will be included in this categories. Suit: Separate coaL judged on it's : CATEGORY
year's activities own with accessory,or a suit of mat-
Divisions: Youth divisions include ching fabric. Blouse or sweater may PHONE
Sewing enthusiasts in Bradfordand "young at heart" for 8-12 year olds, be purchased. 3)) Sportswear:
Union Counties are invited to and "teen" for 13-17 year olds. The Casual garments of coordinated Describe fashion details of your outfit'
participate in the show which will adult division includes anyong 18 fabrics, or garments for active
take place on Tuesday evening, years old or older.Catcgorles sports.4)) Evening Wear: Any length
April 8, at the fairgrounds : 1) Dress: : street and style suitable for after 5 p.m. Deadline: March 31,1986Send

to: Bradford County Extension Office

Vacation Close To "The safest way to double your money is to fold it over once and put it I P.O. Drawer 1028
Kin Hubbard Starke, Florida 320111>
Nature and the Family in your pocket.

During your last family vacation,
who got stuck cooking, tidying up,
squelching family feuds, and planning -
the itinerary?
If you saw more dirty diahes last
vacation than refreshing sights, trya
different kind of family getawaythis
The National Wildlife Federation,
the nation's largest non-profit con- r

servation orgamzation, offers Con- I
servation Summits, unique week-
long vacations that promise rest and
relaxation, recreation, nature
education and scenie beauty for the
entire family.
Conservation Summits have many
advantages of traditional family O
vacations, with few of the disadvan-
tages. There's plenty of "family
time" because families usually dine
together, share the same lodgingand QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTScoYrPoxr
spend evenings together. Yet MIINN otKII STOHI I:
parents, children and even grand- America Supermarket
parents can go their separate ways
during the day.
Teens can take on the challenge of

backpacking rafting.12, can enjoy Meanwhile,hiking special,and kids programsin Whitewater, ages 5 to- THURS.PRICES-GOOD WED., W'D B d U S Choice Beef f I

arts cluding their and hiking age craftsspecially group., nature study designedfor and '' MARCH 20-26, 1986 ran qA'FrMYa I

Most adults choose to become.
"students", attending lectures, WINIV-DIXIE knows the true value of quality when it DIXIE can make. That's right Only WlNN-DIXIE sells

workshops and demonstrations by comes to buying beef. So when you buy beef at nothing less than the tenderest tastiest U.S. Choice

noted authorities on nature WINN-DIXIE, you can always be sure you're buying beef your money can buy. With WINN-DIXIE In town,

wilderness photography medicine, beach, natural ecology foods, U.S. Choice quality. The W-D Brand label guarantees you'll never again have to settle for anything but

cooking, edible plants and dozens of D.34 it. In fact, you won't find a lower grade of beef the fine, U.S. Choice quality you expect from The
other topics. e" \.w anywhere In our store a promise only WINKBeef PeoplelManufacturer's
Those not interested in
coursework can join other Summiteers -
in a seashore hike, raft tripor
mountain trek. They can even
curl up on a lawn chair to read a DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE
book or explore surrounding areas. FERNANOINA ST. AUGUSTINE STARKE LIVE
"I enjoyed being with adults for e OAK LAKE CITY GAINESVILLE HIGH SPRINGS
part of the day without having to O PERRY PALATKA CHIEFLAND, MADISON
worry about what the children are Q G CALLAHAN & MACCLENNY
doing," said Sandra Bennet, a Plea- .

sant Ridge, Mich., resident, who ... REDEMPTION RULES .
'w. ''AMlwwqn.Ywm"4WAM.wLOq.nrmuq.axunDrrap"m."a
recently three daughters brought to her a husband Conservation and 1 :'lOupb"ottu;timut ,=H DO 4M,1MB,.<_-,..,,,,..,-, ,....,,, ..-
o 1 W.raY( wan Mr u 4imrmu44nw< > a.Yapmw.a4. -raY4rn
Summit in the Rocky Mountains. "Ina '0 IKt rtia*only ::
R"p..rvws ......._FXX MulM....'M,couoont._ .Alto....M..{. "FUM KCWH M i> "
sense, it was like going on a vaca- Coupons W M Do. ""
MARCH 20-26 1986 MV.Ip+.4N.b..4.4.+11o..._ I
tion by myself, but it was still a ,

family back-Ugether. trip. Every, everyone time had we all lots got of '::"J"I'. .... -..-.' ... ... -.. (.

things to tell each other."
Although Conservation Summitsare
particulary popular with young I
families, they also attract large I I DEPOSIT ,, _
numbers of senior citizens. In fact, '" ALL VARIETIES te
senior citizens are the fastest grow- COCA
ing group of Summit participants,
according to Summit Coordinator COLA i =' -
Josetta Hawthorne. Wi:11IiA J
"They can design their own programs $159
to do as much or as little as
they want during the day," rlo .
Hawthorne noted. "It's also a good BTL1
environment for meeting other people I
and establishing lifelong friend- L V
ships. HICxORY 9wEET
outdoors is far more ASTOR
stimulating than sitting home wat- WDGULBRANDFRANKS
ching television," said 85-year-old COFFEE Mqssr CHEK
Dorothea "Dodie" Mulaik, who, DRINKS
along with her husband Stanley, 83,
$988 67
has attended over 44 summits since
1970. The Mulaiks, formerly on the 2 9
University of Utah faculty, teach a ; BAG I 1 l8.
popular course called "Nature 2dTR.
Creep", in which participants, arm- mow LIMIT purcNtw 1 with (1000 t.oL Clft.or BTIi SLICED FREE
ed with hand lenses, examine the .
microscopic world of plants and .tJW.Jtt!......,.' ,. d 4tI 4SAVE

animals. ,.,
Summits also attract growing -
numbers of singles and single- if '1. MILLER BEER S SUPERBRAND MILD CHEDDAR, WD BRANO U80A CHOICE
families. In fact, one young 2 '
parent f !
couple honeymooned last year at the .::::;c- \
Nova Scotia Summit, having met at I t't i '
a previous summit. ; a' MILLER ITE BEER '" I CHEESE _
a good social environmentfor : 6PAIt SO49BARTLE3 .

meeting other people with JfTISSUE' C ..11...:,....,.,.... \I 120'CANS .. C rPKG r $197
similar interests, a 99
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classroom, folk music gathering, t : 80z. -
square dance or hike, said SIZE
.' J... J Hit .
Hawthorne.The 1201. $399 .
greatest testimony to the suc- BILS. v
cess of NWF's Summits is the 100% PURE
number of people who keep return- < 20c OFF LABELCITRUS
SAVE 64 < .-
ing. NWF estimates that over half of \\1IJJ 3so OFF \y DIXIE DARLING HILL USDA(...INSPECTED" LB I
Summit participants come back.
The 1986 Conservation Summitswill JOY DISH FAMILY t ORANGEJUICE :

be held near AshvUle, N.C., in nC LEGQUARTERS
the Blue Ridge Mountains, June ; \ :. :
21-27; in the Rocky Mountains, at :
Estes Park, Colo., June 29-July 5; L$1F 49 $138 !!;

and in Brunswick, Maine, near the J .
state's rugged coast, Aug. 1016. f i 64 os.I. .
2Bj L&
For more information, you may r : CTN.
write: Summit Vacations, National
Wildlife Federation, Dept. BNR, I I.n.
141216th St..N.W.,Washington,D.C.
20036 or call (703) 7904363. '
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NOTICE starke Area Want AdsHOMES 1

orated to lie Bradford County
Telugrapri office in writing and paid, in -
advance unless credit, is already PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN HELP WANTEDFULL

LINK FENCE Installed Freeestimates.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and !JiJrREALTY
Handy-Man Fence Co. (
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER OWNER: 3/1 on private drive just out Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Loyfoyette !:
THE TELEPHONE. of town. Wood stove, central heat and WANT TO DRINK 51.96..50657/4 tin
Classified, deadline is TUESDAY. AC. very nice 964 5997. 3/20 3tpd 4/3 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS
NOON prior to Thursday publication. FOR SALE BY OWNER IN STARKE nice 3 WANT TO STOP needed at Whispering Pines Car Ctr. '
Minimum, c lioige 15 words for $2.75. BR home, many extras. 538,500.8/7. Call Soion Cook 9646220. 12/5TF "
then lOcontbfai each word thereafter FHA first mo,tgag. Call 964 4718.3/13 Alcoholics SALES POSITION: Must have sales ex PHONE 964-7776 '
Anonymous (
4tpd 4/3 94441509444(94944421pd perience. Call 964-5606. Ollns Mobil. 205 N. Starke ] I

__ baths, LR/DR fireplace, breakfast GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, Florida Licensed. Must CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
560 Glendale St have following. Good benefits.
room room Busy
FRIDAY & SAT. 9 a m. to 5 32122. etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
823 W Cypress St.. Starke p.m.Itpd 3/20 964 5468 3/13 I TF 964 6078. Orders also taken In Lake shop Holrplanes, 964-4645. 2/20 TF Service Integrity Golden Rule
LOG HOMES: Over 40 rustic models to GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040 to
HANDY WAY STORE at Morgan Rd. Sat. Butler 496 30/9 and Keystone Heights,
choose from. Send for FREE $59,230/yr. Now hiring. Coll Now Is The Time To Buy I
473 4973. 2/26 tin
Mar. 22.9 a.in til 6 p m Itpd 3/20
BROCHURE HONEST ABE LOG HOMES 804.687.6000. ext. R.5504 for current
MOVING-MUST Sell: Dining' room, set SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines American Home Week April -19 '
RI. I I. Box 84CF Moss, Tenn 38575. federal list. 3/13 Stpd 5/1
retold. Bradford
$500 bedroom set Includes spring, Seiving County for 10
mattress $100 2 bar tools $100; 800 231 3695. Icon 86 51 years. Bradford, Septic Tank Service. NANNY IHOUSEKEEPER. live In, room .3 ACRES-OKI AW AH A RIVER: High and dry, good location.
and board and ,
salary. Two boys oneIS
queen sire BR set queen site bedw 964 8121. 10/17 TFchg $15,000. I
matt & $350 Bentwood REAL ESTATE SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes mos one 4 mos. Call 268.8305
springs' : .
home Gas 3/13 3 BEDROOM 1 bath on3.83 trees $37,000. I
( ) or Sawyer acres, pecan ,
cleaned oiled and
rocket $25 2 fireside chairs, $75. adjusted, $15. Used
reclmei, $100. IV stand $15. mirror $20; sewing' machines for sale. James 2tchg 3/20 .HOME & 15.5 ACRES: off Rd. 235, NW 29th Ave. Smokehouse,
washei dryer $250 BR chair $15 Sliickland./ corner Morgan' Rd. and Hwy In at Poole Truck Line 2241 born ((2 stalls), syrup bldg., creek runs thru property, $46,000 I
gloss top coffee table 2 end tables, 2 LAND FOR SALE: Mountain land for sale 16, Stroke 964 8733. 12/5TF person "
Detroit Blvd. Pensacola, Fl. Must live terms.
end table lamps and I floor lamp $300. by owiioi $100 down, owner financed HANDYMAN: carpentry painting elec
within 200 miles of Pensacolo. EOE. WHITE BRICK & STUCCO with 3 BR 1 bath CH/A $38,000.
: ,
lake. trlcal
Call 282 5643. keep trying' Moving 2 one tiacts.' iieaiby 3.000 acre complete home repair.
must sell Itchy 3, 20 1' bows 1101 th of Atlanta neal' tllifay Reasonable rotes Licensed contractor fcon 86.54ATTENTION cable .TWO ACRES 301 S: $94,444, possibility of getting two additional
FOUR FAMILIES: Fll & Sot Family 404 2/6 ini 01' 404 2/6 3668. Icon Call Mitt.lt. 4/3 3940. 1/9TF : experienced contract morel)
splicers needed Immediately In the acres or
clothing furniture record player 8652 LOSING YOUR HAIR? Frizzy hair? Dry
Call UNITED SPLICERS, FRAME 4 BR 2 Ba 5 Acresincludes & solar
miles of hail? panhandle area. : on garage
much mole 401 N. Chevy St Itchg CRESCENT CITY: 40 west Oily hair? Stubborn hair? Try
3 20SATURDAY Do/lor. 4400 sq ft. home, one plus Nexxus natural hair core products INC.. 904-407-3853 or 9044971220. greenhouse, $69,000.

9.3 p.m.: 656 W. Madison.. acie. bulkheaded on, Lake Crescent Hairplanes. Inc.. 964 4645. 36tchg fcan 86.56MEDICAL TRANSCRIBERS needed Immediately STUCCO & STONE on SR 230E, 1646 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba, CH/A, ;
Clothes toys kitchen, Items, cut touro, accommodates wheelchair. Own fmancilig 3'27 I
No only 5 old.$49,900.
lots of miscellaneous Itpd 3'20 $200000 Rose Ella Feogin Realty NEED A GOOD HAIRCUT? Try us. Temporary assignment yrs.
FRIDAY & SAT.: on coinpiessor lots of 904 4b7 9310. icon 86 47 Han planes. 964 4645. 3/A 4tchg 3/27 fee to you. Work hours convenient to .A JOY TO LIVE IN: Large attractive home in city approx. 2417

laige ladies' clothes and other mist EXCELLENT WEEKEND RETREAT: 17 PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING all you. Call 964-7777 or come to 218 S. sq. ft.. CH/A. Reduced to $49,0001 I
Walnut, Professional( Office 6Personnel
St. W.
,items 134 E South St Itpd 3'20 ones,. 30 pecan bees,, wood hone phases obedience, personal protection W. brick Club.
Services. 3/20 2tchg 3/27 HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4 BR, 2 Ba, Country
THREE FAMILY yod, sale. Fri & Sat. from home Lovely selling' paved road show ring. Experienced all I
9 all'' until Out Rd 16 toward prisonto county watei. Asking 29750. United breeds 964 5732 or 964.7100. 3/13 TF WANTED Secretary/Admlnl.tratlv. Assume mtg. of $50.000,8.75% interest. Owner will hold 2nd j i

Ciowfoid, Rd. Tuin on, Crawford Rd., Farm Agoncy, Bar ion Strother P.O. BE SLIM FOREVER: New weight loss pro. Assistant Trainee. Also needed are applicants mtg. '!
for all lines of andpermanent
go i mile Itpd 3 20 Box 755. Troy. Ala 36081 205 566 1870or grain develops the whole person. office temporary No fee for MOTIVATED SELLER: Brick 5 BR, 2 Ba, LR, DR, large kitchen, 2
THREE FAMILIES: Sot 3 22 dishes. 205 735 2442 eves fcan 86 50 Sound nutrition and positive mental attitude positions.
Fee based on utility rooms, 2 car fireplace, CH/A on one acie.
clothes etc Turn down dot id. by Textile TEN ACRES: wooded 16000. Low. lowdown Call Marie. 782.3790. 3/13 3tchg temporary assignments. garage
Town go > mile on your left. Itpd payment unbeatable terms 327EUNICE'S salary for permanent positions. Call is I
964.7777 or come to 218 S. Walnut St. LAKE SAMPSON: Owner financing $68,000. Home on one
SATURDAY ONLY: 9 until., Olins TraileiPaik Write 01 call foi infoimatioit: Country TRACTOR SERVICE: disking W. W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE & PERSONNEL lot, adjoining lot goes with it. In 011130' on lake x 640'. 3 BR, 2
off M,.,yo" Rd Cut allce. Cancel Rivers Realty. P.O. Box 207. Ft. While. mowing blade work garden work.
,if I ''oil Itpd' 3 20 Fla. 32038 ((904)) 497 3305 anytime Icon Fiee' estimates Have tractor will SERVICES. 3/202tchg 327A Ba, carpet, range, refrig. incl., all furniture purchase optional.

FLEA MARKET: hey Sat. 9a.m. 5 p.m. 8655 travel 782.3469 or 9648230. 3/13 TF PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS SIMPLY STUNNING: COUNTRY ELEGANCE: We are proud to offer
Ait'iques used tuiitituie, clothes WHY BE LONELY? Start new year right. Run a picture of your for sale Item In a handsome brick and cedar home on 37V'i acres, 4 BR, 2'/
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For
MOBILE HOMES Companions, friends dotes all
inks au' tools etc Chesty St
info call 964-6305. Ba plus nice barn. $133,000.
available. For Information and
b"t".d Many Gleans. 964 B012
Docilei. spate available Itpd 3 20 __ FOR SALE write "Southern Singles", Box 3 LOTS IN CITY: $4,500 ea. 2 lots 203 Christian St., 1 lot Jefferson
743FLD Bonifay Fla. 32425. fcan 86-4S MISCELLANEOUSEASTER St..HAVE.

one or all Olin, Mobile, Home Sales. rotes Work guaranteed., 964.7777 or
904 964 5606 6 6 tfnchg 218 S. Walnut St. W.W. Professional BUNNY COSTUME for sale or block home approx. 2400 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 Ba on fifty acres. i
ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. 1974 CONCORD: needs some, work Office & Personnel Services, 85. rent. Now at Charlotte's Webb. Call Crawford Rd. plus four chicken barris-a good going business. i'
$3 500 $350 dn. $70 per mo. Call make offer. 964 8218 after 6 p.m. Itpd (Earlier, or later by appt.) 3/20 2tchcjI 964.7100 or 964 5732. Costumes mode Owner financing.Buy all or part! 'I'
964 5606 I 03 if.i. I WILL CLEAN house or office., upon request. 3/13 2tchg 3/20
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY 1984 3/20 DESTINY MH with, fireplace. $1,500 Reasonable rotes your Call 964 8233. Itpd FREE PUPPIES to good home. Call NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES: Paved Crawford Rd.

ROAD: $3.000. no down payment $70 down and take over payments. Call 3/20 964.4589 after 6 p.m. 3/6 3tchg 320CHARLOTTE'S Owner financing.

per mo Call 964 5606. 1/03 tin 782.3358 after 6 p.m. 3, 20 TF NEED SOMEONE TO SIT with your elderlyor WEBB: reasonable prices .ENERGY EFFICIENT Brick 4 BR (one BR 14x20)), 1 /> baths on '/
LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764. after on new and used items. Clothes,
1985 GUERDON MH 14x52, 2 BR,. 1 handicapped person? Evenings only.
: Ba. LR DR-kitchen combo den with FP. Well Insulated Car :
acre, ,
5 call 964 5251 3'07 tin Call 964 8233 Itpd 3/20 shoes, crafts, alterations. 964.7100 or
$1500$183 fcqui'y 90. 964 and 8290'ake Itchy rive 3 paymentsof 20 PERSONAL TYPING done for Individualsletters 964.5732 or 964-8569. Consignments rier heat pump, average utility bill of $60. Located SR 16E. ;

CARS & TRUCKS contracts, legal forms. We will always welcome. 3/13 TF Reduced $42,0001!

copy or help( you compose. Business' OWNER FINANCING: 615 N. Church St. CB, 3 BR, 1 '/ Ba, ap
1985 F-150 Ford Lariat XLT Explorer typing done in a professional manner.
loaded dual tanks, step bumper AT. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Copy or transcription 964.7777 or 218S. Shop & Compare I 11 I prox. 1705 sq. ft., CH/A, large garage, 157x105 lot, fenced

short wheel base, 16.000 miles, RENTLEASESTORAGE Walnut SI. 3/20 2tchg 3/27 backyard. If you have $7,500, owner will hold 1st mtg. and you
762 3186 227 4tchg 3/20 PIANO LESSONS: beginning week of Special Insurance for pay balance in 20 years.
MOVING: MUST SELL: 1930 Model A Ford Apr. 14. If interested call 964.8740. Mobile Home Parks-
COUNTRY LIVING CB 3 BR 2 Ba .86 refrig.
: on acre range
GARAGE for All of homeowners
Truck $2000 No title' good condition., rent. $200 per Debbie Woodfin., Itpd 3/20 types
964 4119. Itpd 3 20 month $75 per bay. Phone 964.5081. policies for DW remain with home. Also storage bldg. & tractor. $49,600.
1977 FORD PU: LWB see at Register Oil. Itchg 313A ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: Su El'sRetiieineiit mobile homes. .GRAHAM: frame 2 BR, 1 bath 22000.
$2 300 964 5888. Itchg 3/20 PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Live in' housekeeper Home host companion aid required.hoe, Call for Quote BROOKER: 1983 14x56 MH, CH/A, 100x200 lot, 20000.

1980 clean PONTIAC SUNBIRD good condition Run a picture of your for sale item In room, baaid and &alaiy 4 68 2619. 3/20 Olin's Mobile 533 PRATT STREET: Bedrooms 1 Bath $18,000. .
$1500 964 5044. Itpd 320A our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For

Run a picture of your for sale item in types of lawn work. Rick's Lawn Ser Home Sales i 14 plus Acres . . . .SW 75th St. . . . .$35,000
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For vice 473.4512 4tpd 3/20-4/10
info call 964 6305 Elaine M. Olin, Agent Near Hampton; Lake .

BUSJNFSSOPPORTUNITIES 120 E. Call St . . . Building. . . . $47,000
964.5606 TF
... ... 301 Dairy Queen . . Building. . . . $89,000
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(t" m LAVERN H. OUTLAW 2 lots W. Madison . . Owner Financed. . . $27,500

LI3 Broker 4 acres Griffis Loop . . Vacant Prop. . . $16,000
OWN YOUR OWN J..an.Sporl.wear.lad ,
children, large Golfview Acres . . . Lot 16 . . . $9,500
'i"g' RtAUOR ''e. apparel
petite combination store maternity FLORILAND Mimosa & Bessent . . . .3 lots . . . ea.$6,900

Open Monday thru Friday accessories Jordache Chic lee. Levi REALTY 5 Oaks Subdiv. .../VfM . . 1 lot . . . $10,000

8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. E 1 Street Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin Hwy. 16 W, '. :: . . Lots 1 & 2. . . . $10,000
Klein Sergio Vatente Evan Plcorie Liz 964-7700
964-4522 Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, 3?1 N.T.mpl.Av*. Crosby Lake r,<:J.; '."*. . . Lot 22 . . . $17,000

Healthtex. over 1000 others. $13.300 to v.,.,. P. Odont Srok.c-GHI' Country Club .'. . . lot 7. . . . $8,000

i STARKE. FL. Complete Property Appraisal Service $24,900 inventory training fixtures, toy Thornton A.M.lata 301 North . . . . 10 lots . . . $125,000

South 301 Plaza farms Homes .Business Land grand. Birig.opening, ((612)) 888 etc.6555.Can open Itpd 3/20 15 days.Mr. Country Club .... .-.. .--. .':**. :".Lot9 . . . . $9,500

Ask For: BE YOUR OWN BOSS: New profitable, .3 BEDROOM. 1 bath nice home, low Sampson Lake . .2 lots. . . . ea.$17,900

David L. Dodge, Master Senior Appraiser business opportunity in yourself.with Free a $200 exciting investment .$30.1 ACRE with well; owner financ Sampson Lake '.t(. .,.d'i .1 I Hot. . . . $21,900
Free Services
Member of Nat. Assn. of Master Appraisers details., Call toll free: 18008247888. ing. Notary
Icon 86.53 LOTS Graham area owner financing * *

OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful, discount. I acre up. .. .. EVENINGSBILL
shoe store. Ladies, children, mens .5 ACRES 47*' on 301 South. DODD 964-7408. IRVING CLARK JR. 964-7188
Nationally known brands: Jordache LOTS: zoned for trailers, Vi acre to n .
Evan Picone 9 West Capezio. Amalfi. I'/. acre, owner financed $500 JOHN GREENE 533-2l2iJ& WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593,*

PUBLIC SALE Nike Old Main' Trotter Zodiac down. NOVISVVARD 964-7454. CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408;,
Naturalizer Famolore Adidas, Converse .Commercial Building-Call far .* RANDY CORY 475-2597 '
SURPLUS STATE VEHICLES Puma Andrew Geller. Gloria details.
Vanderbilts, Liz Claiborne, and many a
more $16.900 to $39.900 includes
beginning Inventory training fixtures, ,
grand opening promotions arid round Plumbing Supplies From

be opened at 9:00 a.m. on March 26, 1986, at Starke trip air fare Call today Prestige /427--Lovely brick home on 5 acres,

( Warehouse, Starke, Florida. STEEL Fashions BUILDINGS/OVERHEAD 501.329.2362.ltpd 3/20 DOOR: new barn property fenced short Durrance. Pump & Supply .
distance to town.
3 Truck Tractors
available Florida !
Dealerships fee.some 14295.6 ac. plus 4 BR 2 ba brick e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed ..>
1 Pickup with Camper Top areas No franchise No inventory
home and two mobile spaces to rent I ITF
1 Dodge Aspen requirements. Training$100,000 provided.year EMPIRE opportunity as income. 40000. US 301 North, 844 N. Temple Ave., Slar 964-7061

Vehicles may be Inspected at Division of Surplus Property, STEEL Call 1 1.800.635-3311. Icon 86.49 4U26--20 ac., 400 pecan trees, two

I Route 4, Box 1515. Starke Florida Monday through Friday, from story older home, large barn, pond.

9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Hand PaIiledand! ,fM wcCd4, Owner financed.
#424--7 room home In town needs
Interested bidders may obtain bid forms and bid conditions at Truck SandhlasledSigns, Boat SlgnS finishing Inside. Across from city Carpet (Any Scotchlard

I Inspection site or by writing or calling the Department of General Window Littering 829 0070 hall could be commercial. $1495 I.

Services, Division of Surplus Property, Route 4, Box 1515, Starke ft Billboards Magnetic Slgns-Wood. Foam, 1420-3 BR 2'/ both brick home on 7 Cleaning tS) Available
( Florida 32091 ((904)) 9645601. Plastic Litter Signage Systems lor J acres, Rd. 100 E. Many nice features,

Sale is open to the public. This Department reserves the right ) Sub Businesses Divisions Communities,829-0070 Condos ft 0w pasture, barn.1418Moblle home. with addition on Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

|to relect any and all bids. .58 ac., workshop metal storage, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED

ORG CODE 72-70-03-02-400 nicely furnished clean reduced
Thomas E. Napier, C.P.M. 402--One. bedroom Jim Walter W. speolaliia In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture

Purchasing Director home, remodeled needs cabinets in cleaning and Inside auto detailing We offer bids en commercial oontraett.

lung 3/20 r"llialrplanes kitchen reduced to $11,500.I Quality work at low, low prices. Call now to mike an appointment.

Citizen Discount No Mileage Advice
Ask about our farms, acreage, Senior )

commercial and waterfront property. .'er Call 964-4997 Call HsmksrtfStart

Two-room space for. rent. Utilities 400 Mlira .- ft. Check Tallow Pass In seal (.ikon.. kesk s-lr* fenjdumktr
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986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL :. ,::

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737 S. Walnut St., Starke j ..,- to 1iITr'-:
COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 964-4645 fi-n'1"-' 938 N. 1lMPLESTAR I I ? % Off

$50,000. Call Today) b' lT E. FL 32091. BEAUTIFUL 'Co'- I Custom Built

ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewlde mobile home. Only :......................... Insulated Windows

$75,000. Owner terms possible. --:...."""- """- ........ -.:....""'- """-"" -......... "'"""- --- InstalledI"

.CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms porch 1 acre lot, a ; l = .
screen FROM *ii." +s i OF NORTH'r w --r-

good Investment at 23500. IeBARGAINS Kitchen I a Lavelory Faucets --.-----. ..........-----.-.----..
640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly Center. '$10.95 Tilt rn for

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 4' Weathenstdppingspa. "- FLORIDA Cleaning

per acre!II I. 5o
# 3" PVC Sch. 40 12.2 NMB Wire

Well Pumps $.79 It. $17.91 250' ,.1156.50 per roll '

George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker Mobile Hume Supplies llghtpoles Cabinets Electrical Plumbing Supplies '

96 -6058 Evenings : BARGAIN CENTER INC. \
Terry A. Gaines, CSM. Salesman/Appraiser + ?."* 215 E. Call St. = ...,
St 10,000MIscelloneou.ItemiandSelvage 'l'g
9U. I'1 Evenings Starke, Fla.IF .
Lee & Willie.Mae 964.6679 Hwy. 301 South Starko
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2 BEDROOM MH Private lot small & BOATS
on CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted ''
SALES Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Gr.at Mobil Homes and spaces for rent lake $180 mo. plus $100 deposit. to the Lake Region Monitor office 'I'I
lIm.rock t Fill Dirt for patching and repair. TELEGRAPH, Recreational vehicles welcome Phone 473-3542 or 4732272. Itpd 3/20 1913 TRANS-AM Loaded with In writing and paid in advance

20 yd. ..ml I.load. only 135 W. Call St. 9646305. 964.7498.9/16 tin TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes Across everything. $8,495. 473-3360 9-5 or unless credit i I. already established
Phone 712.3172 5/23lfchg COPY MACHINES, Canon.for rent or EFFICIENCIES, studios and one BR apartment from lake $155. Partially furnished.Mr. 473-1468 evenings and weekend 4tchg with this office
STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon *. Electricity Included. Low weekly Phillips, 473-7560. 2/13 20tpd 6/26 3/13-4/3 MONITOR STAFF! CANNOT BE HELD
Doublewlde Home Center located home or office copier $999; Canon office monthly rates. Palm Apartments, BASS BOAT 16 ft. fiberglass, 50 HP Mercury RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
North on 301 Lawtey, Flo. (this I i. not copier, $1399. Rent to own for as 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn motor two gas tanks, very good CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
trailer 'furniture) 6/13 tfnchg little a* $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Lost condition, vinyl cover. $1950 with THE TELEPHONE.
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for 110 W. Call St.. Stork.. 964.5764.2/21 BA apt. For more Information call lake trailer Call 473-4709. 2tpd 3/20-27 Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon
sale at Ollns Home C.nt.r located on tfn Butler Apt.. 496-3141. Equal Oppor REWARDI( Black male Labrador mixed 172 CHEVY NOVA four door on. prior to Thursday publication.
Highway 100 West This Is not trailer ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg Lost Nov. 7 on SIM 00 and Immokulee owner A/T A/C looks good runs Minimum charge is IS words for$2.75
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg No down payment. Call 964-6946. tfn NO DEPOSITS! utilities furnished IBR Road Answers to "Minor." 4737162. good. $600. 473-2612. Itpd 3/20 then 10 cents for each word thereofter.
AKC TOY POODLES for stud: 964-4238. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: .A* low as apartments with kitchens, located nextto 2/27 tfnchg STATION WAGON 1976 Chevy Mollbu
1/231F $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn Tenneco station In downtown Classic, A/C. P/S, 8 passenger one YARD SALE
RABBITS FOR SALE, All sites 9648459. AM/FM/CASSETTE RECORDER with Starke. $50-$75 per week Call PERSONAL SERVICES owner excellent condition, new tires
2/27 TF detachable speakers (jam box). Sears 964-5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 12/5TF $2000. Call 4752196. Itpd 3/20 COME ONE-COME ALL II McRae
TILLER FOR SALE: Rotohoe Ilk. new, like new only $85. 7823660. jm TF COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now 1976 HONDA CIVIC runs O.K., needs Volunteer Fire Deportment Is having a
chain drive, r.or tiller, 4-speed GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS: 10 puppies, available at CIC Mini Storage. 12 ft. CARPENTER WORK: Remodeling work repair $400 o.b.o. 473-7618. Itpd 3/20 fund raising yard sale April A 5 from 9
transmission. Approx. 30 h,.. use since $40 each Parents on premises. ceilings, lights, power new reduced kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. XLT FORD RANGER Pickup V-8, no a.m. Iii e p.m. The money raised will
n.w. New price $900. sell for $400. '''.50.1. Itpd 3/20 rates. 9648848. 1/9TF Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after rust good tires. First $750 as Is. be used to buy badly needed equipment .
I 9647498. 3/13 4tchg 4/3 TRAVEL TRAILER 1972 Caper, 22 ft., ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel, $8 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 4737618. Itpd 3/20 I I If you wish to donate yard sale
BUILDERS COMPACTOR: good condition sleeps 6, AC fully equipped good con per night. From $35 per week. Discount CARPET AND VINYL: Repairs and Installations. 1980 CHEVY MONZA Four speed AC Item or fund, call Rick at 473.3614 or
needs new 3 hp engine. Cost $700 new dition. $1500 firm. ALSO 1969 Starcraft offered for longer term. Apply In person Free estimates. Ten years power steering and brakes, stereo Gina 4737334. We also have new
I In 1965 will sell for $175. 96/-7498. pop-up camper, 12 ft sleeps 6, needs Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for cassette, equalizer clean. 70,000 Item FREE REFRESHMENTS!II I location
3/13 4tchg 4/3 some repair $450. 782-3553 or from Post Office. TF Craig. 5/17 tfnchg miles. $1500 o.b.o. 4737618. tpd 3/20 Fire Department CR315C. Everyone
BAHIA HAY: Argentine, 100 round rolls 7823198. Itpd 3/20 LARGE 2 BR HOUSE: 1 bath CHI A. stove, FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING 19S1 CHEVROLET Caprice Classic loaded Welcome I 2tpd 3/20.27
$10. Call 782.3891 or 9648237. 3/13 VW PARTS for sale: no motors: body refrigerator. Suitable for couple or Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac. power seats, windows, tilt cruise THREE CHEST OF DRAWERS $50 each;
2tchg 320FENDER parts, trans axle, etc. Gory 964-8569. small family $350/month. Call 4732521. 2/27 tfnchg A/C, clock AM/FM cassette, wire roll around trunk, $25; bedroom set
BASS GUITAR: $400. Phone 3/20 TF 964-7826. 2/20 TF SINGLES Find that someone special wheel covers, metallic blue, X-tra $450; living room set, $350; lamps, all
964-6946. hoc 3/20 FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sole EFFICIENCY APT. Two rooms, comp!. through Lakeside Singles Club Rt. 2 clean, Retail value over $5200 kinds of odds and ends. Corner of Orchid
!f$1 COACHMAN fifth wheel in excellent 360/390 4bbl manifold; motors, C-6 A furn., no children 78233458. 2/20TF Box 2641, Melrose FL 32666. Send for sacrifice, $2850 o.b.o. 473-7618. Itpd and Jasmine across from bike
cond. Fully equipped heat S FMX transmissions, rear ends, etc., MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1Vs Ba inside city opplication-ages 18 to 60. 3/13 tfnchg 3/20 track by school Fri and Sat I tchg 3/20 I
air. Price 8500. Call before' 10 a.m. or miscellaneous body parts, tires A mag Call after 4 p.m. 9646561. 3/13 2tpd LAWN CARE SERVICE Mowing raking,
after 8 p.m. 4681189. Itpd 3/20 wheels. Gary 964.8569. 3/20 TF 3/20 cleaning. Call 475.2349.4tpd 3/13-4/3 HOUSES FOR SALE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESPARTTIME I
1971 DUTCHCRAFT ft. Asking $3.000 TOMATO PLANTS: Homestead A Walter. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE carpeted, cH/ HOUSE CLEANING- Reasonable rates.
wil negotiate. Call 468-1184 between 8 $1/doz.n. Kowatch Farm. End of $225 per month plus 1st, last & $100 Days or nights 473.3629.2tpd 31320. BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT HOME Big experienced carpet and
a.m.-10 a.m. or after 8 p.m. Itpd 3/20 Wilson Rd. 9647919. Itchg 3/20 deposit New River area 496-2037. MOWINGTRIMMINGEdging and all white sandy beach, excellent swimming vlnylln'IolI.r. also aluminum window
HALF PRICE! Large flashing arrow signs DICTAPHONE: Call 964-5733. Itchg 3/20 3/13 2tpd 3/20 types of lawn work. RIc"'. lawn Ser and skiing 3 BR, 2 BA, fireplace, and pre-fab fireplace Installers need
$289. lighted, non arrow $269. SEVERAL ITEMS: water pump and tank HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 BR. 2 Ba. vice. 473.4512. 4tpd 3/13-4/3 central H/AC screened porch and ed. 4737891. 2tchg 3/13.20
Nonllghted $219. Free letters. Warranty. $150; light pole and wiring $150; CH/A, fenced yard. 334 N. Myrtle St. DO YOU OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS. deck, 79900. 473-3468 or 4737349.
Only f.w left this price. See locally Maytag washer and dryer $500 set $325 per month. Sell for 30000. and hate doing the bookwork that goes 4tchg 2/20.3/13
Factory 800-423-0163 anytime. fcan 964-4135 or 9648947. Itpd 3/20 3766550. Itchq 3/20 with it? Let me do it for you. Over 15 NICE RUSTIC HOME- on good fishing aea .S0 -
86.46 BRADFORD HUMANE SOCIETY: 3 THREE BEDROOM: 2 both brick home on years experience, call I Kim 475-5607 lake, 2BR 1BA, 9 ceiling to floor windows HANDYMAN ,
THOMASVILLE DINING TABLE and 6 cane Rotweiller I Lab mix pups; 1 bull A 1 acre, near Country Club. References 2tpd 313.20HANDYMAN 5 ceiling fans brick fireplace
bock chairs, all wood. 9646366. 3/20 leopard hound pup; 2 chihuahuas; 1 and security deposit required SERVICE- Garden rota- wrap around deck nicely landscapedwith I ,
2tpd 327VACCINE Benjl pup. Need homes Small donation 964.8809. 3/20 2tpd 3/27 tilling yard work, maintenance, stone walks Inside needs Carpentry Painting
ON SALE NOW: Encephol Plus for neutering required. Call APARTMENTS: 3 BR Apt. and 1 BR opt. repair. Tree trimming and removal. finishing 33000. Keystone Heights I Electrical Home Repairs ,
vaccine sleeping sickness with tetanus 964-7060 964-8288 or 964.5569 to see. First floor, children-yes; pets--no. 346 Hauling. Any kind of odd |ob. 4733321. 4733842. Itpd 3/13 Reasonable Rates
and Influenza vaccine now on sale, Itpd 3/20 Cherry St. 964-8498. 3/20 TF 4tchg 3/13.4/3 BY OWNER-- 3BR 2 BA on Gator Bone I Licensed Contractor I
$4.90 each Gold Kist Store 964.7871, SEARS LAWN A GARDEN TRACTOR: '74 3 BR HOUSE: with stove > refrigerator HODGES ENGRAVING and TROPHIES Lok., 4737678. I Itpd 3/13
US 301 N. 'Itchg 3/20 model. 16 hp twin cylinder, 42 in. Children..yes, pets-no. 346 Cherry St., See our display ad In the Monitor and PEACEFUL LIVING ON THE LAKEEx.. Mitch 473-3940 I
55 GAL. DRUMS: metal $3 with tops In mower deck and other attachments 9648498. 3/20 TF the Yellow Pages. 473-3671. 3/20 cellent swim and skiing; cleared white nc vzo
or $4 with tops out. Griffis A Sons, US $850. Call 964-8582. Itpd 3/20 TWO BEDROOM APT. furnished electricity tfnchg sandy beach; lovely 3BR 2BA home - -
301 N.. 9645531. Itchg 3/20 NEW TIRES: 4 33/50 1200x15. tires with & hot water included $200 UPHOLSTERY Cushions, chairs Central H/A fireplace, 1-acre, plenty
ROLLBAR for fullsize, fleetslde pickup. chrome rims $500 OBO 6-lug rims month no pets. 9648071. Itpd 3/20 per couches, campers Addison, Upholstery shade oaks, $79,900. 473-3468 or V 440444444444444044444
Black $65. 9645812. TFc. 964.8290. Itchg 3/20 RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 month 473.2452.3/20 tfnchg 473-7349. 2tpd 3/13-20 QUALITY CLEANING
FIBERGLASS DOG BOX: for fullsize fleet- WURLITZER ELECTRONIC ORGAN: 9 and up. Call Susan F. Reddish per Broker- NEED CHILD CARE IN YOUR HOME THIS 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH C/B home. Walk. SERVICE :
side pickup. $75. 964-5812.TFce rhythm great condition with bench. Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF SUMMER? I have on 18 year old Ing distance to town or school. $30,000. I :
BERMUDA HAY female student from France who wants 15% down, payments $289.84
Large rolls of Coastal 782-3741. 782.3063, Tim or lisa. Itpd CLEAN MOBILE HOMESi for rent. On per CARPETS: Home or Office *
Bermuda. and board and small month. 473-4058 after 6 3tpd
$20. 9648613. 3/20 2lpd 3/20 Highway 16 W. Close to prison. room lob. Speaks p.m.
3/27 TRAVEL TRAILER 1972 Caper, 22 ft., QA4.7MO! or "68-1323.10/10 Tfcha English from nice family. If Inler.sl.d.call 3/20.4/3 o Call 473.3857 ]
CHEVY 4.4 PARTS: '/. ton, anything younoed..A.I. sleeps 6, AC fully equipped, good condition FOR RENT OR SALE: Like new 3 BR. 1 Elaine Gouln. 473-2438 (Home) or tIn
.., front or r.ar. auto $1500. ALSO 1969 Starcraft bath block house on 2.6 acres. 475-2145 (Work) Itchg 3/20 FOR SALE 44444444444040464440BROADWAY
transm., transfer' cases, 2 different popup camper 12 ft., sleeps 6. needs 964-5445. 2/13TF ALTERATIONS DONE FOR YOU Expert
types: spring lift blocks, big U bolts some repair. $450 nag. 782.3553 or THREE BEDROOM mobile home for rent, sewing and expert service 4752222. 136 THEATER SEATS $100: one commercial
Call 9645812. TFce 7823198. Itpd 3/20 outside city limits 964-8614 or 1 Ipd 3/20 video game, $100; 1973 750cc
96"-71119.3/13 4tchg 4/3 TWO MATURE PROFESSIONAL Suzuki motorcycle, loaded, $800; used & WALTERS
USED FURNITURE: hospital bed, FURNISHED COTTAGE: one room, on S "Nostalgia or Gospel Musicians" for tin-12 ft. sheets, $2 10 ft. sheets $1;
wheelchairs, walkers, sofas, choirs, WANTED 100. $200 per month utilities Included. private home parties or larger gather. on.-fourth Inch plate gloss, make of. TREE SERVICE
antiques, and more. Browns Used Fur. 96".7255.3/13 2tpd 3/20 Ings. THE DEWBERRY'* 9046592678. fer. Call 473-2000. Itpd 3/20

niture. 110 E. Call St., Starke. 3/20 WANTED, All fo.nps, coins, silver, FOUR BEDROOM two-story house 315N. 3tchg 3/20-4/3 KASINO CLUB Two 4 ft. speakers ond Removal
4tchg 410A diamonds guns, jewelry. Bring to The Walnut St. $350 per month. CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction four channel mixer. Also other music
truck mounted C & B *
PHOTO IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS: Pennyweight corner of Call A Church 964.8404.3/13 2tchg 3/20 equipment equipment 6592678. 1 tchg 3/20 Trimming
Run a picture of your for sale item in St., Starke, 9645081. "I'chg 320Tim's FOR RENT IN CITY: 5 BR mobile home CARPET 473-7770.CLEANING.HALF OFF I Keystone ON Heights.SCOT- Stump Removal
CH/A, complete kitchen $385mo.Call .
our FOR SALE BY OWNER Section. For
964-4060. 3/20 4tpd 4/10 CHGUARD. 6tpd 3/20-4/24 Firewood
Info call 9646305. 22 ACRE PASTURE: fenced and watered COUNTER TOPS formica door main- |' --F iL"rnRi-l '
tainance, all Interior-exterior repairs. Free Estimate t'
4 miles from Starke on hard road. (i
- - '964-7679: Itpd 3/20 Quality work at reasonable prices. No 473-7097 473-7679 \
TWO BEDROOM furnished mobile homeon job too'small. Call Tom-473.3475.2tchg | Call Anytime ,
Grlffls Loop. $175 mo.. $100 dep. 3/20.27 After 5 P.M.
Custom Cabinets f 964-8704 after 5 all Hampton ,
p.m. weekdays or 'si1.a Heights
: Keystone
\ \\1// I day Sot & Sun. llchg 3/20 MISCELLANEOUSPACK 468-1455 4-rdii'
.1 J: Licensed & Insured
New Construction Remodeling .. ... : one bedroom apartment central heat RAT has moved to new location.
Cabinets Tile Ceilings and air. Children or elderly welcomed. One mile East of Keystone Heights on I
Cut Brick or Stone Stucco Drywall : Near shopping areas, will rent furnished SR-100. 2tchg 3/20-27
or unfurnished. Call 964-8601. 3/20 PACK RAT Buy sell arid trade collectible I
Mobile Home Underpinning (Skirting) TF items and antiques. Used furniture, BULLDOZER WORK WANTED

In Stucco or Cut Brick/Stone THREE BEDROOM mobile home locatedon glassware, jewelry and much more.
Free Estimates Griffis Loop excellent condition Come see for yourself. One mile east Call ((904)) 964-5606
Call Tim Thompson iiiiiJIl't' private lot, lots of tree 4682374. of I Keystone Heights on Highway 100.

Itchg 320UNFURNISHED 473.2183.3/20 tfnchg Between 8 a.m. to 6 J ter.rl .
TF 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves 2 BR, AC. one with fireplace. $285 and soon to open. Will be taking in Items
$425. 1-786-6044. No pets 3/13 2tpd all day Thursdays and Saturdays for the
3/20 next several weeks. Highway 21
LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A North, Keystone Heights 4733106. (
stove and refrigerator. Suitable for 3/20 tfnchg
couple or small family. $350 month. AKC TOY POODLE for stud. For sale 2 m LAVERN H. OUTLAWI'
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. Call 964.7826.3/I3TF beds 1 single, 1 double Used windows Broker
FOUR BEDROOM one both house on Edwards and doors table and etc. 4737435. ", REALTOR'
Rd. Kitchen/dining room tpd 3/20
Full-Time Associates/
together CH/A. $325 per month.
9647967. 3/20 2tpd 3/27 LAND FOR SALE .- DAVID L. DODGE, MSA KAY C. WATERS
obi s SMALL 2 BR mobile home on large
Designated Appraiser Raw. 964.6941
m I 964-5065 Call private 9647625.lot. $150 per mo., $100 dep. LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake 13500. B STARKE. FL. Re,. 964.537 PATTY KAY ELDER
Itpd 3/20
sREALTOR' 3 BR HOUSE: CH/A family room with Owner 4734367.will tfnchg.finance.12/6$164 per month. SoutH 301 Plaza OPAL DICKSON Re. 533-2965

fireplace, utility storage room large LAKE GENEVA WATERFRONT 100 X 264 Open Mon. thru Frl. Res. 964.7333 SUZANNE KITCHENS
screen porch all appliances, fenced ft. wooded lot In exclusive Geneva 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Res. 964.7630Sat.
/ haws,: back yard 1 yr. lease and deposit. Shares 42000. Phone 473-3379 or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
$375 per month. 1021 W. Pratt St., 305-844-0708. 4tpd 2/27-3/20 Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business
964.8073.3/6 TF
Your Full Service Real Eitate Offlc.-
Phone 9645081. Itchg 3/20 FOUND
STORAGE GARAGE: $200 per month $75 FOR LEASE OR SALE: 3BR. 2 baths, on 2 acres CH/A, w/fireplace. Near FSP and

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 per boy. Phone 9645081. Itchg 3/20 SMALL TAN PUPPY found on Highway Lawtey Correctional 49900.

--- .... .... ....-- .... 21 near Keystone Club Estates PRIME COMMERCIAL LOCATION: abutting the Bradford Square Shopping
473-2714. Itchg 2/20 Center, $32,700.
BUILDING LOTS Janet M. .LOOK ME OVER! Call for appt. to see this beautiful 3 BR. 2 Ba home featuringa

*SUMMER IN THC AIR enjoy your own 'lake lot on crystal clear swimming lake. f formal LR. DR, lam. rm. w/fireplace, and large kitchen. In city. best location

BUILD YOUR COUNTRY HOME on 2% acres 7500. Owner financed. StarlingRealtor only $58,500.
*20'/ BEAUTIFUL ACRES with oak and pecan trees, paved road frontage, only OVER 1600 FT. highway 'frontage, New River area approx. 27 acres of excellent
land 28000.
$1900 acre.
CROSBY per CLUB ESTATE 7.3 acres, well and septic tank, around corner from COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Starke. EXCELLENT BUY: Large home on 1.76 acres, cleared for garden. Separate well I
the Country Club and ready to build on.RESIDENTIAL. Large corner lot, 2 bldgs. currently VACUUMSALE septic tank for MH., $38,000.
rented 50000. *MANICURED LOTS ((2)): with trees ready to build on or put MH on.
-2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, $29,900. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE) 2 lots for $5500. Good buy!

*STARTER HOME: on 1.69 acres, 2 BR, 1 Ba, fenced low $30s. HOUSE: U MOVE: Make offer *3 BEDROOM HOME: three-car garage on 21 acres Including 19 acres of nearly
around the REDUCED TO $3',*00: l.f ACRES NEW & USEDWe mature pine. Only 72900.
*COUNTRY CLUB ESTATE: 7.3 acres, well and septic tank, corner
from the Country Club and ready to build on. with older home, beautiful pecan Finance Our Own LIGHT INDUSTRY) city water and sewer just less than 1 acre, $25,000.
*PEACE AND QUIET) In this Isolated 2.5 acres and home completely remodeledand trees. KIRBYS *3 DOUBLEWIDES on 20 acres. Paved Rd. OWNER WANTS ACTION I
BEST BUY, 1200 sq. ft. of living space, brick veneer near town and country Reduced to $13.900.1.6 acres 12.60 EUREKAS ROYALS AFFORDABLE LIVING: This neat and clean 2 BR, 1 both is in a quiet
club. 32000. MH. neighborhood minutes from town. Only 24900.
-15 ACRES: Older home and DW HOOVERS COUNTRY CLUB AREA brick 3 BR 2 both, eat-In kitchen IR
KINGSLEY LAKE HEIGHTS cottage and 5 lots off SR 230 convenient to Camp ELECTROLUX : Family room sun
this site ONLY $32.000. mobil. home, $47,500. porch large lot. Owner anxious
Blanding and Starke, room to exposed on large
-...* ACRES: 1 Well 3 septic tanks FILTER QUEENS SOUTHGATE AREA Beautiful contemporary 3 BR, 2 bath chain link fenced
IMMACULATE 3 BR, 2 Ba MH with all the extras on 'A acre, priced to SEARS
*HWY. UWt brick from. 3 BR, 2 Ba, fenced back yard, only 41,000. Conveniently pond pole barn $33.500 COMMERCIAL Priced to sell for only 52900.
located. -S ACRES: $12.500; 10 ACRES INVESTORS DEVELOPERS: This development already has a paved road and
all makes
25000. Excellent Terms. We repair adjoins the city limits. Price reduced for quick sale. Owner financed. I
*COUNTRY LIVING on 3/4 acre with over 2100 sq. ft. of living space 3 BR. 2 Ba'
brick veneer, Ig. workshop and garage. You should Inquire about this one. I -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12.500. AI Young'sSince .COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE: but convenient to city. You can have up to 29 I
-S Ac. Paved frntg. 12500. beautiful acres with this beautiful 3 BR 2Vi bath home with
KINGSLEY LAKE AREA! large lot with beautiful trees nicely landscaped yard. I many many
2400 Sq. Ft. Bldg. on 1.3 acres, zoned amenities ABSOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN TO BE TOTALLY APPRECIATED.
3 BR 2 ba MH with 2 large porches built only. 1957 j
*REDUCED HAS EVERYTHING 3 BR, 2 Ba Immaculate. DBL wide, has beautiful I commercial, 65000. M.H. ON 4 PLUS ACRES with 579' highway frontage. Only $17.500.
appliances fireplace, pool with deck, workshop double garage. Check this -50 Ac50000. 964.6918 *LAKEWOOD AREA Executive home in an exclusive area with access to Crosby
(904)( ) 712-39)1 Lake. Quality construction throughout 4 bedroom 2 bath with many amenities. ,
out. I 3 Miles north of "
HWY.. 100 West frame 2BR 1 Bo on very nice tree shaded lot $28,000. Starke on US 301 Reduced to 99000.
*LET US SHOW YOU this one of a kind house In Starke on W. Madison Si.: over j 301 S. lawtey tfn., 10 ACRES 20 ACRES and 25 ACRES: all 3 parcels are excellent pastures for hayor

4500q. ft. living area plus porches and double garage, patios.Susan .. grazing. Hwy. 325 S. of Hampton. I I
Faulkner Reddish REALTOR COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. 2 parcels to choose from.

Sales Manager venlngs ''''.4041 S ACRE MINI-FARM: Land In pasture, 38R. 2Ba super kitchen $71.900. I
REALTOR ASSOCIATES CYPRESS MULCH CROSBY LAKE INLET: Canal to Crosby Lake large DW mobile home 3/2, new

'Irene L. Faulkner ''''.''.2 Tom Bement ''''.6043' double-pane windows, owner financed 34500. Ii'
Leuls Young fe4-7S2S Marty Russell 47J-7"4 BRING ON THE HORSES t CATTLE: 49 acres, (house on highway. Priced right excellent I'

LeeHardenbreok .....6127 Karen Adam .....4002 & PINE BARKYou terms.
I FOREST HEIGHTS: on 16 West '/> acre building lots, owner financed
LEI HARDENBROOK. APPRAISALS pick-up or We deliver HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. 8 Flume Rd. Owner financed
944-4527 IN CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3/2. eoMn kit., great room carport owner fin. $51.500.
* Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES: IS lots, corner of SR 16 and Pleasant Grove Rd. *Ito
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING 5 acres Forsyth Rd. Adjoins loo-Ann Nursery One Lot, oak-laden with lake
Rentels Available view. >4 Acres, hiqh and dry with lots of trees, close to Sampson lake *S Acreson

Carol' Warner.REALTOR ASSOC.Prop.rt 100 West.
Division 964.6649 We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties .
tfn. Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call us/



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unwanted microwave ovens New septic tanks. drain lines lilt stations '
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESUnique FENCE THE WAY YOU WANT ITT I You call It, we KB AC and heat controls $850. Body In good eondljlnstall -

Saturday March 22. All day. Bicycle, Itl! By the Foot. Call 463.1000.3/13 {| tlon. Phone 752.6833.re.
wuills. tools, dishes Parking lot of Home Business opportunity No
Skips Petroleum corner of SR18 and selling Under $100,000 investment
SRI2I in Wotthington Springs Itpd, $50.000 monthly earnings possible
3 20Friday Write' Box 400, Trezevonl Tn 38258.
and Saturday March 21 and 22 9 Itchg 3/20
A M. until' Four and one hall miles -.-. A
east of Lake Butler' on Highway 100. REAL ESTATE
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Saturday, March 22, 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. OUT OF AREA
Moloicydo! gas stove, table and -'c' .
,lions appliances and clothes Raiford LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY !I,
I',ison Properly 30 Circle Drive 1 tchg, I'll find it Just ; \
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4962126 01 4962903 eves 'YOUR
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INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S, FOR SALE I 2-HORSE STOCK TRAILER: newly rebuilt, $1,400. Hand up. Nationwide warranty available. Most
I aka Avenue Lake Butler, 496.3978miploie Red good condition. Phone 9648160. Hi transmissions In stock. Phone 9646810.
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FOR- -RENT---- 496.3206, after P.M. It. 3i20Betamas ..:. "!::..Ii 1 hll'llill'frj! ;;.";;r '. .; >' ;" .
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RENT: Union CountyTimes. 150 3__20_ __ _. I."
Man\ Street Lake Buller. Phone u ---- -
>96 2261 226I 'for 111)01) motion. tin HELP WANTED r 1M s Ev4
One. two, and three bedroom mobile r
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homes All electric central hoot and
air cable TV. Baskeiball! and Government Jobs $16.040 $59.230 yr
1 layqround Pines Call 496.2366. Now luring" Call 1(805)6376000( ) Ext
R 1 1136 fan cune.it. federal list 2. 13
'R121 Lake Butler I 9 tfn chg.
S.. room house, with swimming pool. S'pd 4 3
Near Lake Buller reasonble rates. nice
ica'ion Coll 496 3018. 1 9 tin' chg HOMES
Office and Warehouse space located in 1975 MONARCH BOAT: 15 It., 55 hp Chrysler excellent .
Union County Times Building ot 150 condition. Trolling motor depth finder, 1982 BUICK REGAL WAGON: AC
Government Homes from $1 (U repair)
West Main Call 496.22/11. for more informa'ion PS PB, cruise, tilt, 53,000 miles.
1 1t2 27 Also delinquent tax property Call dual aerated live well. $2,695. Phone 964.5748.AMFMStereo.. ,
1 1(805)6876000( ) Ext GH.1136 for mfor pd3/13 964.8261 eves.
House Two bedroom two bath 1055 S.
motion 2 13 8'pd 4 3
lake Ave. Adults.
only No Pets Call
'52 7502 Itpd 3 20
Two Bedroom 14x50 mobile home Fur LAND FOR SALETen .. ; >. ..
""t'ed Couple and one child No Pets w' Owner
Lose' to school Coll 4963305 after ""
Acres with 3 mobile homes Block r- -
i 130 P M and weekends. Itchg. 3'20
stoioge shed pond trees $38000Call
Mobile home Three bedroom. one bath ,
496 2600. 3 20 4tchg 4 10
lunge yard, and garden spot Coll ** .
496 842 l'chg 3 20 -i a3-
Country living three miles for lake NOTICE
Butler two 1 bedroom mobile home ---
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5.120 Hi
a mi Call 4962600. 3 20
prior tc Thursday, publication FOR
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Minimum, charge 'is 15 words for $2.75 f
then 10' cents 'for each word thereafter ""' x SALE

1973 PONTIAC CATALINA: New tires, new wafer 1979 CHEVROLET LUV TRUCK; Good a condition: 4 BYpump

new battery, new paint. Excellent runn ( wheel drive, low mileage, runs good. $1,800. |
ing condition. Very good transportation. $950. Phone 485-1977 after 5 p.m. pd313bijfei
I Phone 473-2812 after 5 p.m. pd3/13
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JANE S. USHER Advertise Your "For

Your Union County Realtor ? J Sale Item" call
496.2126 or 496.2903 J 964-6305, 473-2210 or
360 W. Main St., lake Butler 496-2261.
By The Way... Interest Is 9% % Now

For Homes For 30 Years ....

Now you can afford your dream home. The priceis .. .: ...

the same BUT the payments are lower. Call me to -- ComplimentsWe

day for all the information you need to buy your 1974 PETERBILT: light blue 318 Detroit, 13 speed.DARK BLUE 1978 International Harvester: 290

home and property, while interest rates are Davis Express, 964661'9< | cummlng, 9 speed, new paint Davis Express,
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FOR SALEGENTLEMEN'S will take a photo Ire l1t

FARM: Lovely 24 acre farm on country road in SINCE 1879
Union County. Must see to appreciate all the extras. This well-

built home and property is well landscaped with pool. each from3to6p.m.andFriday
Acreage is fenced cross fenced with fish pond that's spring.fed. Thursday m: I

Also has barn with stalls. PRICED RIGHT TO Sell. Ideal for e

horses, goats and cattle. Just 20 min. from Gainesville. Call egrap

right now for more information on this.
ANTIQUE LOVERS DELIGHT: Beautiful 2-story home situated

on 1 acre in country town. This unique property is near local The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heavennoon

school and downtown area. Needs tender loving care. A rare to 4

find indeed! p.m. .

SECLUDED AND VERY NICE: home and ten acres. Lovely brick r

home sitting back off road behind 5 acres of pines. Balance of CALL TODAY 'O -

land slopes down to shallow creek behind home, adding to .

that extra privacy. Home is designed for outdoor entertainment HWfo- 4

arid to enjoy| nature at its best. Located on SR 241) and on 964-6305 ? ;

ly 20 minutes from Alachua. Have, you ever wished that

LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION: This lovely like new .. .. you were In a position to Ia5
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brick home is located ideally for Raiford Macclenny, Starke or weren't sure that you could r J' 1
Lake Butler areas. Priced right to sell. Includes 2 acres, pool. afford such a luxury Well
TV dish fenced yard also has mobile home pad. Carport and having YOUR OWN pooldoesn't 1
I a fortune
several outbuildings. )2iWS11otp anymore!{With ethconstruction modern -

COUNTRY LIVING: 4 miles from Lake Butler near Johnstown. R & the standardized techniquesand
bedroom block with 3Vi plans
3 concrete home fireplace on acres. that Dynamic Pool has to

Ideal location for prison employees. Call for an appointmentto Worthington Springs 496-2534 olleryoucanhavethepool GO WITH A
see today.INVESTMENT. ot your dreams for a lot less
than you think.

Springs 4 BR home with 2 baths on 2 acres and Inground poolin Sales & Repairs Prices Start At$5,9OO WINNINGINSTAllED

lovely country setting on SR 18, 1 mile out of WorthIngton

Springs, Union County, 20 minutes from Gainesville, 15 WAY TO
minutes to Breaker LaCrosse 15 minutes to Alachua and 10 Limited time Only!

minutes to Lake Butler. 5 mobile home pads on back acre for Chain Saws & Lawnmowers With a variety of sizes and
Income producing property. Unique package makes this the shapes to choose from, MOVE IT I
best buy that can pay for Itself. Call now for appointment to there's a beautiful Dynamic e
pool that's Just right for
see today. your home AND your .
THREE BEDROOM, IV bath in Show Subdivision in Lake OPEN: Monday Friday. 8:00-5:00: : State budget.Certified This reliable Contractor Fla.

Butler. Ideal location for work, school and church attendancein will take care of/ everything
Lake Butler. Needs minor repair. Available after April 1. Saturday t 8:00: 1:00: 'from design and Installationto :--....
arranging,.. '
Will show by only. --
now appointment -- -- 100% financing I with .
CONCRETE BLOCK HOME with three bedrooms 1 1'/2' baths NO DOWN PAYMENT. .

with wooded backyard in Lake Butler near high school. FmHA .. To make your new pool i beauty ol
-- summer Inn... Phone
Call for NOW.
approved. appt.
ACREAGE I Mobile Home Roofovers Call Collect 399.5685 TF

SEVERAL NEW DEVELOPMENTS in Union County. 1 Acre Sites Protects and Insulates 10% OFF

up to 20 acre sites. Owner financing is available. These tracts
located in Worthington Springs Providence! and SR 237 New Hwy 301 South t an Housesa

River, (east of Lake Butler.) ffITI11 m FinancingAvailable I

TWO ACRES: on SR 241 already financed, already to sell oDl: B.IDlt No Down Payment

owner says sell !



JANE S. USHER, Realtor Cut Brick Skirting or HOMES BEAUTIFUL 964-8848

496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves. Stone OF NORTH FLORIDA Evenings
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"Your Union County REALTOR" tin Windows Starke, Fla. 964-6766 964-4073 473-3627 ,

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Dedication, Meditation, Jubilation Mingle at SFCC Starke Center


Even the sky cooperated, and a fine facility housed here, I will con-
morning of rain and windy weather tinue to see the old clock tower
11"-11111 cleared just in the nick of time for whenever I come back to Starke,
a outdoor dedication ceremonies at and have a feeling of being back
Santa Fe Community College Starke home."
Center Saturday afternoon. When Pat Farnsworth, chairmanof
State, County, and City officials, the SFCC board of trustees,
together with proud citizens, many remarked that President Alan
of whom had donated dollars and Robertson had "touched all bases"in
volunteered infinite time to the project introducing the distinguished
gathered in the landscaped visitors present, Commissioner
parking area east of the Old Cour- Turlington quipped, "Isn't it great to
thouse to see the final icing put on have so many bases to touch!"
the cake of a project that had required President Robinson described his
18 months of communitywideeffort. suppressed feelings of near-
skepticism when Guy Andrews,
Commissioner of Education Ralph originator and chief financial sup-
1, Turlington termed the Center a uni- porter of the Starke Center concept,
L F l que effort in which a small com- first suggested an SFCC center in
j L+ I c munity joined forces to raise more the old Courthouse. He praised Andrews
than a million dollars in cash for an for his dogged determinationand
institution to serve its needs and untiring efforts to see the project
keep Bradford County forging ahead through. He also commendedGene
'< in the field of education for its young Matthews for having the
< people and adults.Commissioner. foresight to "save the old cour
of Agriculture thouse" when it was nearly on the
'**. Doyle Conner, a native Bradford auction block, and initiating the first
Countian, recalled the days in the restoration effort in the early 1970s.
? 1960s when a local effort was madeto Referring to the Starke Center as
have the newly authorized "the Miracle of Call Street", An-
"Junior College" (now Santa Fe drews said. "It is here NOW, and it r
Community College) located on a is here to stay. It has already proven
site in Bradford County. "That effort that it works. All doubts have been
was unsuccessful," Conner said, removed. Use it... take advantage of
"but now we have the next best it, support it, praise it, uphold it, de-
thinga beautiful and welle9uippedStarke fend it."
Center. We don't win em all, After enumerating and paying
Big Accomplishment... but we catch up fast." tribute to the many workers who
Santa Fe Community College Both State officials commendedthe made the project possible, Andrews
.,.JJI( president Alan Robertson termedthe county for preserving its 84yearold gave credit "last, but not least to
r11 new Starke Center "a unique courthouse, and keeping it as a the community itself. Together we
community accomplishment unequaled viable part of community life. "This made this miracle happen.. .
anywhere in the U.S." as he facility will serve the people for together we can make it the answerto
introduced distinguished! guests! and many more years, and give our our dreams of a bigger, better,
Pr volunteer leaders of the project at young people the opportunity to more prosperous, andabove alla
Saturday's dedication. realize their full potential, and meet better trained and educated com-
Seated on rostrum were (from whatever challenges they might munity. One that will be well equip-
left) : Guy Andrews, Mayor Charles face," Turlington said. ped to bring about more miracles in
I Shadier, Pat Farnsworth, Commissioner Conner, whose father was chair- future years."
II h N of Kducatuion Ralph Turl man of the Board of County Commis- Following the dedication, guests
Ii I A ington, Commissioner! of Agriculture sioners when the new courthousewas were given a tour of the Center, and
II Dojle Conner and ";.1.. Norman, built on North Temple Avenue, then invited to an open house, hosted
i chairman of the Bradford County said he was concerned at the time by the SFCC Endowment Corporation
Commission. Off camera at right, about the fate of the red brick cour- at the Starke Golf & Country
I J 1 iiuocutiion.was Kev. Ben Bryant who, gave the thouse built in 1902. "Now, with thisWL1J Club from 3 to 4 p.m.cheesecakes .

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A Miracle. ?

The miracle on Call Street. Guy I
Andrews termed the new Starke
Center of Santa Fe Community College I
located In the former cour- a
thouse built In 1902.

The new two-year college gives .....' = _M .....- ... w,
any student in Bradford County
with the proper grades a way to attend Cake-cutting... k"h a

college. Betts Andrews carves! into a celebratory cake as husband Guy looks on. \
Guy Andrews conceived of the
ideato The Starke couple were two of the driving forces behind the new center
give back something to the
county he loves. and enjoyed themselves after the dedication ceremonies.


Antique Show, Sale Set

This Weekend HereHomecooked i

I $
', 6 meals will again be and all sorts of
Ito featured at the Spring Antique and delicious homemade sweets. rti't 1 rn
Collectible Show and Sale to those Viewing sixty booths where over a
who visit the Bradford County forty exhibitors will be displayingtheir
1r-T iI 'liis Fairgrounds this Friday through choicest selections can be
Sunday. work, but there should be plenty of
Friday's noon meal will be meat delectable food, from main dishes to
I TU! loaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet-tooth pleasin' desserts, to
rolls and beverage. Saturday, snacks all waiting for you, at the r .0 w ,
i chicken and rice, accompanied by Spring 1986 Antique and Collectible v + ,
; l fl'y peas and carrots, rolls and beveragewill Show and Sale!
be served. Sunday's already A preview of the show and sale will
well-established favorite, chicken be held from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday,
tetrazzini will again be offered as Mar. 20. Admission will be $2. ,
the culinary finale to the show. Regular show hours will be from 10 ; 1
If your stay at the show doesn'trun a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday,
through lunch or f inner, then the Mar. 21-22, and from noon to 5 p.m. w'-
snack wagon, selling hamburgersand on Sunday, Mar. 23.
hot dogs with all the fixings
should tempt you. Don't forget that A ticket for the show includes a
soup, chili and tossed salad will be chance in a daily drawing for a door
available as side orders. Turkey, prize of several varied and valuable
ham and tuna sandwiches will be for silver items, as well as a drawing to
sale, if something lighter is more ap be held on Sunday afternoon for a
pealing. grand prize of $100. You don't haveto ,
Just in time to celebrate spring, be present to win any of these .
Starke's well-known strawberry prizes, but you must come to the LP t
shortcake will be the star of the show for your name to have a chanceto
dessert booth, which will delight be drawn as a prize winner. See
with pies, cakes, tortes, you at the show I


BHS Student Rita Terese Richardson Selected As

qwr ftr State Finalist in Miss Florida Teenage Pageant

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By Mark Friedlin on the Principal's Straight A lists scholarships, a 1986 Mazda 626 and Teenager is Rhonda Lynne Cullisonof
: j' BCT Staff Writer and a hard worker on the Student other awards. Winners of the Citzen- Decatur, Illinois who received
1 Miss Rita Terese Richardson the Council and many other activities. ship Award on both regional and 40,000 in prizes and awards In-
17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terese was recently named Class state levels will receive a $10,000 tuition cluding a $10,000 cash scholarship.
_ Allen L. Richardson of Melrose, has Valedictorian for her Senior Class of scholarship to Eckerd College In Each contestent in the state
been selected as a state finalist in 1986. St. Petersburg. The College will also pageant participates in the
the Miss Florida National Teen-ager The winner of the state pageantwill award ten, $16,000 regional tuition Volunteer Community Service program
Pageant to be held in Orlando April receive her choice of a $2,000 scholarships and two $24,000 expense of the National Teenager
25-27. Savings Bond or a one-week "Teen scholarships to the National Pageant. This program encourages
The Miss National Teenage Dream" vacation in Hawaii, plus a winners. Scholarships will be also teenagers to participate in both
4 a Pageant is designed to recognise two-year tuition scholarship to be awarded by Millikin University in school and civic affairs.
: outstanding young ladies based on Oklahoma City University, Decatur. Illinois and Johnson and
f leadership, volunteer community numerous other prizes and an all- Wales College in Providence, Rhode Contestants will be judges on
I service, scholastic achievement, expense-paid trip to compete in the Island. 4r. scholastic achievement, poise,
", poise personality and appearance. nationally televised Miss National Cynthia Snelling of Cape Coral leadership and appearance.Miss .
.,, -- Terese, who is a senior at Brad Teenager Pageant.At the 1985 Miss Florida NationalTeenager Richardson ia being spon-
ford High School is an outstanding the national level she will be ,will crown the new queen. sored in the pageant by her family
Terese Richardson student who, has appeared regularly competing for $40,000 in cash and friends.

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I exercises at Canrp Blandin!! create hi! noises for area I

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Its :Mark ririllin This weekS members of residents now living in the area who projectile a distance of over 12 hoists the shells into the over-sized fuses which trigger in the air at a
BCT Start W liter Colorado's 157th Field Artillery might have moved here since the miles and the "eight" a huge can- "breech" of the weapon. certain distance from the ground,
Big guns are firing at Camp Blan- Group and Utah's 222nd Field Ar- last exercises were held here last non sporting a barrel with a The 155 howiter shells, a "mere" and timed fuses which tick off in
ding once again, shattering the tillery Group are busy training to Summer," commented Capt. Larry diameter of eight inches which can 100 Ib.s each are hand loaded from flight much like an innocent kitchen
stillness I of the usually quiet air with deploy their weapons in a variety of Pullo a Unit Commander at Post hurl a 200 Ib. shell over 20 miles the rear of the M-5 vehicle into the timer until it goes off.
I a sound that can be heard by nearby tactical suituations around the Headquarters. "They may be in fora away. breech of the gun. The shells themselves are steel
I residents from Keystone Heightsand camp firing round after round from suprise when those big guns open The sound and force of the firing In a real battle sceanarlo, as cased chambers with pounds of
Starke all the way to Orange their big guns into the "impact up so we want to try to get the word guns up close is not for the faint described by some of the 11 men embedded TNT encased inside.
ParkAs zone",a stretch of land resembling a out that they will be using the range hearted, as the carefully concealed manning a "155", an observer or Shells from the eight-inch howitzer
the annual training exercises moonscape in which their shells fall off and on until September." barrels belch out their deadly cargo "foward spotter" (forward air con- create a 250-foot wide crater on im
begin at the sprawling National as spotters relay by radio their hits The two units now stationed at the with a sound like massed troller if he is in a plane or pact.
Guard facility civilians living and misses. camp are National Guardsmen thunderstorms preceded by a sharp helicopter) would secure a positionas The Utah and Colorado guardsmen
around the training area can expect The impact zone is an stretch of trained to deploy and fire two cracking sound down the range as close as possible to the enemy arrived at Camp Blanding by
the thundering sounds of the ex land bordered by SR 21 and SR 315 massive weapon systems the 155 shells speed toward their distant target and radio a set of coordinatesto charter aircraft and are using the
anon rounds to continueoff and is about eight square miles mm howitzer a cannon on a targets the men manning the forward con- Camp's in place artillery for their
throughout the Spring and wide. movable set of tracks like a tank trol post, which is linked to each gun training sessions.
I :Summer:; months. "There are quite a few new which fires a 100-pound explodingi Officials estimate that the troopswil emplacement by field radio sets. The next exercise scheduled to be
have fired over 1,000 of the heavy During training exercises at Camp conducted at the camp will be April
rounds before their stay at t the camp Blanding, all live firing is guided by 5.19 when Miami's 227th Field Ar-
+ is over along with countless roundsof the Camp's Range Control staffers tillery Brigade comes to the area
smaller automatic weapon fire a highly trained group of veterans of with about 3,800 troops from the
and over 100 of the Light Antitank many such exercises.. Central-South Florida region.
Weapon (LAW) shells made famous Two types of fuses are inserted In- The training depolyments have a
i by movie good-guy Clint Eastwood to the top of each shell before it is considerable economic! impact on
# in "The Enrorcer'The loaded into the breech proximity
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Winter Sports Banquet Held for BHS r' TopcfuaHtyAt f A LOW S VS I mn PJUS ree tllce,;1 il

By Michelle Hall but she believed In giving the other ing in age 14 to 19. Lori finished 18 /rfmj "
BCT Correspondent players a chance. "Marla meant so with a time of 20:05: for 3.1 miles. LORIDA
It was a big night for volleyball much to the atheletic program here Not bad, considering the conditionsshe REST ( j; :
players basketball players, at BUS. We will be sorry to see her had to battle: the bitter cold, the r r
weightlifters, wrestlers, and cross go", commented Coach Slater. rain and mud,and a wind chill factorin ONTROL1CHIMICM.CO ..... ,--- '
country runners. It was a night of "Much of the team's success was the 20's. In the last two years,
recognition for the hard work and due to the complete team effort put Bonnie Bell established a High
determination put out by these fine out by these young girls" Slater School All Girls American Team. 539 E. Call St., Starke Open 9.& Phone 964. 745
atholetes. said. "They each contributed a Lori made Honorable Mention.
The evening started out with a few tremedous amount with no bickeringor Next was wrestling. Coached by
comments from BItS Principal, Dr. squabbling. David Tew, wrestling had a kind of NURSERY SPECIAL
Kother. The Principal commentedon The next presenter was Coach slow start. Coach Tew relates his 12
the newer, harder qualificationsfor David Hurse, who was taking the wrestlers to the Dirty Dozen. Not in Azaleas I
atheletes, such as, in order to be place of Basketball Coach Jay God- the sense that they're dirty or mean, Dog Wood
eligible to play sports, the athelete win(Coach Godwin was out of town but that he'd take them anywhere to
must have a grade point average of at the time.) The Most Improved put them up against odds that aren'ton In Bud & Bloom
at least a 1.5, pass six out of seven Player Award went to Pat Diggs, their side. This year's wrestling 2/888 '"
courses,besides passing the coaches Most Valuable Defensive Player to team produced three district 100r
approval.The Simon Mitchell, Most Valuable Offensive Champs. The Coach's Award wentto
first presenter of awards was Player Award to Herbie Brad Green, who was co. Captainand MoreOnly 209
volleyball coach Inez Diggs. With Cooper, and the SportsmanshipAward had a season record of 195. Apple or Pear each
the only award in volleyball going to went to Frank Long. "Brad is a team leader who encourages
Most Improved Player Uni'ssa King. Next, Cross Country Coach everyone to join 3 Gal. 6" I Reg. 63.49.1 Gal. Size
Mrs. Diggs said the players were George Loper came on to introducethe wrestling".
"hard working, dedicated, and a Cross Country team. Coach $ 8 9 9 Less Than 10 ... 2.39 each
treat to coach' Loper had only good things to say For weightlifting, The Most Improved -
The next presenter was John about the team. "Their performance Player Award went to Clinton Favorite Colors Standard & Dwarf Varieties
Slater,coach of the Girl's Basketball and success was incredible. Jenkins.The"Pound for Pound"
team. The Coach's Award went to With a 14-3 record, we had an Award went to Chuck Coburn, who Vegetable & Annuals Cow 2 5 gAll
senior Marla Reddish, Most outstanding season. We lost only to could bench press 232 pounds. There Manure Black Kow... SO Ib. Bag Special
Valuable Defensive Player Award, 4A teams. Team effort was there all was a tie in the Most OutstandingLifter Bedding
to Tonya Jenkins, who had a total of the time." Coach Loper's belief was Award. One went to Lonnie Pine Bark 1 9 9
67 steals. The Most Valuable Player to"do the best you can, perform the Hamilton. "Lonnie was the leader." Plants Mulch 2 cu.fl. Bag special
Award went to Beverly Mosley, who best you can". That's all anyone can "You could count on Lonnie to
had a total of 287 points scored, 49 ask of a person. The media had always be there for practice". The Pine Bark 2 4 9
steals, and averaged 3.2 assists a ranked the team eighth going into other award went to Greg Jackson. 4 0 Nuggets 2 cu. n. Bag . special I
game. The Most Improved Player the State Championship. The team "Greg was a real hard worker. He
Award went to Felicia Davis, who finished third. "This, believes Coach improved his lift by 185 pounds." Tray of' 6 r -- - I
lead the team in rebounding with 49 Loper, opens the door for us next Coaching the weightlifting team was
rebounds, was third in scoring year. I expect only good things." Lanier CI tanks Jerry Kaminski. I CLI AAVKJ, 1 1t6
went out from the 50% MALATHION
averaging 12.2 points a game, totall- Many SPRAY Keep the Varmints Out of Your Garden
ing 236 pts. for the season. Feliciawas. The Cross Country Sportsmanship coaches. To the Administration end Controls aphids white flies, red spider I < I
the Gainesville Sun's Honorable Award went to Robin Manning. "She Faculty, to the parents of the mites, Ihrips and most other Dragon BrandRabbit
Mention All Area. The Senior award displays quiet determination to do atheletes, for without their support, nomenlals and gardens. Also pests on or- I & I
ro controls Dog Repellant
these events would not be possible,
went to Marla Reddish. Marla Red- what it takes for success. The Most '" roaches ants and other
dish had a total of 973 points scoredin Improved Award went to Kristie to the All Sports Club for their donations r'.r.oV)) the outside insects around I Harmless and Effective I
her four year career. She fell Harrell. "Kristie continues to of equipment, awards, ban- iUA1NI0M. 3 lb. Bag Reg. 4.19
seven points short of tying the prepare herself, to do what it takesto quets and time and effort behind the .-'11rA'I I 244 I
record in most points scored. Coach reach her goals. The Most atheletes, and to The Telegraph for with coupon only
Slatercalled her an "unselfish Outstanding Runner Award went to their support and coverage during 3-iTisrlgj '16 oz- Reg. 6.69 SALE . 448 Limit 4 Subiect Sell Out Expires 3/25/86/ I
player, always giving others a Lori Sapp. She achieved many suc- the events.
chance to score." Marla lead in cesses. She was on All District / Qt. Reg. 11.99 SALE . 788 L ..;... ...LOA. PEST CONTROL COUPpN\\ .__ :..J
assists, averaging five assists a Team, All Region and All State Not only did the atheletes receive
game for a total of 80 assists. Thirty Team. Lori ranked All State in All awards, but Coach Slater and Coach rM : BUILT
seven percent of her shots made Classification. She was asked to be Tew received some special awards "
were made from the floor. Again, lent out to run in a special race in and recognition for their support of 'mRQ ENGINES...
her numbers could've been greater. North Carolina, with runners rang- the teams and atheletes. ; *
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Jaycees Set 7th Annual Bass TournamentThe on the 1st or 2nd

seventh annual Bass Tourna- Park in Melrose, Florida. RegistraEntry fee is $40. There is a $500 i for 2. fuU Years
ment, sponsored by Keytsone tion will begin at 5 a.m. The tournafirst prize, $275 second prize, $125 Ma\ntenance\ \ Followed
Heights Jaycees, is set for Saturday, third prize, $100 fourth prize, and t Recommended fREE
ment will start at 6 a.m. and end at 3 other prizes. The placement will be When ... or Toro wilt\' fix R
March 22. 1986 at Sante Fe Lake p.m. based on 50 entries.
itrad rzoss4
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Third Annual Strawberry Stroll Set for April 12The mowers. Rear baggers and side

discharge models 2 cycle and the
third Annual StrawberryStroll The entry fees are as follows: For for men and women10 I under, new 4 cycle OHV
which is a 5 mile and one mile the 5 mile run, it is $7; $8 for 11-14, 15-18, 19-24, 25-29 30-34, 35-39, Prices start al
fun run is set for Saturday, April 12, registration after April 4 through 40-44, 45-49, 50-59, 60 over 'a ; LOW AS for O Q1 I D 9 5
AS Model No.16585 3
1986 in Starke, Florida. registration. The one mile fun run is The awards ceremony will be held 'yr!
The proceeds from the fun run will $1. You will receive a participationribbon at approximately 10:30: a.m. at the q I4Mrry 500 NO MONEY DOWN
go lo the Starke Recreation Depart- only.Awards Florida Bank parking lot. The race
ment Youth Programs. It is being will go to over-all male is being held in conjuction with the Mrxtetos::' ,r l i ? MONTH On Instant Toro Credit
administered by the Starke Recrea- and female winners in the 5 mile Bradford County Fair. i; it A to Qualified Buyers
tion Department.The race. First,second and third place in For further information, call (904)
run will start at 8:30: a.m. in the following age divisions: Same 9646792.
downtown Starke. It begins at the in-
tersection of East Call and Walnut
Street. (Parking in the Florida Bank
parking lot..)> I
Pre-registration opens up at
8:30-5:30: p.m. Monday through Friday -
at the Starke Recreation Dept.
or the Old Armory. Out of town run-
ners can mail completed entry form
and check to: c/o Starke Recreation
Dcpt. P.O. Box 1146 Starke, Fla.
32091. Make checks payable to:
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Soft. Regis.

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be 17 1986.held from march 17 through May 9.75 8.50

Games will be played in the morn-
ings after school Is out.The programwill -
last through the first or second
week in August.
There will be three leagues. Tee-

Ball played is for Tee-Ball ages 4-6.for If two your years child or has has Fixed Rate 15-Year Mortgage 2 Y4 points, 9.84% APR

the first he/she
completed grade _____ __ n____
should play Smallfry Softball.
Smallfry Softball is for ages 68.
Junior Softball is for ages 912.
Determining date for age is how old
your child will be on June 6, 1986.
The fee this year for the T-Shirt
and Cap is$7. Your child will receive %
his/her shirt and cap before the
season begins, and gets to keep
I them. 9
Your child needs to wear tennis
shoes or rubber cleats to play. Also,
he/she must provide their own
glove.Clinics. .I
will be held in May for each .
group. This will allow recreation officials
to see them play, teach thema _
few fundamentals and divide the
teams up as equally as possible. For
this reason, it is very important for
your child to attend. Clinics will be
held at Pratt St. field on the follow. =
ing days and times: Smallfry
Softball-May 19-22, 3:15: p.m. to 4:15 Florida Federal
p.m. Junior Softball-May 19-22:, ..

415515.: : Tee-Ball-May 27-29, _
3:15-4:30: : p.m.Schedules .
will be handed out the .
rates subject ctunge t'i aoi:;
last day of clinics.
Due to the fact that so many
children are involved in this program CALL 1-HOO-T1IE BA.K: FOR THE LOCATION: OF YOl'R' NEAREST FLORIDA FEDERAL OFFICE
please do not expect your
child to be put on the same team
with someone else unless they are
brothers or sisters. You can put a
Downtown Gainesville Oeln.wlll./Th.0.5.' Stark Ocala
child's card if he/she
note on your 220 N.Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W Madison Street 3033 S.W.College Rd. .
needs to be on the same team for Glneav1ll/Unlvrsrty. K.yston.H.lght. Lake Butler ,
transportation purposes. Accomoda- 3501 W.University Ave. Lawenc.Blvd.& 175W.Maln5Ireel. .
tions will try to be made for your Sylvan Way
convenience. .' .
Looking forward to another fun, '. .
"warm" summer 1
Information was provided by; Programs
Director Cheryl Godwin. ,

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\ BHS Baseball Squad Posts Two Wins. Ups Record to 44i

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i Starling threw a two-hiller catcher, Ireshman Jason Johnsonwas in the bottom of the seventh as Bradford throws. The two BITS errors were Baker added sixth run in top of the Chad Reddish then bunted Johnsonto
Tuesday! night, March 18, at North in left field, and freshman Jimmy baseballers shut out North wild throws. fifth when the leadoff batter was ad- ,second. Lewis and Johnson then
Marion for a 1-0 win with Todd Langley was the designated hitter Marion 1-0 here Tuesday, March 18. mitted stole second, and scored
I on a error, on a sacrifice fly by Todd
McLeod knocking in the only run in the NM game. Second Junior pitcher Robert Starlingwas BUS 6, Baker scored on a sacrifice fly. Baker McLeod.
with a ground ball to deep shot baseman Hal Davis and third the hero of the game, strikingout A 7 run explosion in the fourth Inn- scored four runs in the top of the Sophomore Chad Reddish pitched
Throwing strikes all night, despite baseman Billy Heavener are 10 Colts, walking just one, and third two hits two walks and
the ing propelled the Tornado nine 6-4 on er- 7% innings, gave up five hits, struck
having flu, Starling, 2-3, struck Bradford's three hits.McLeod's .
out 10 and sophomores.I'pcoming.! getting only over Baker High of Macclenny lastWednl'sday ror and a sacrifice fly. A fourth Inn- out 8, and walked six. Robert StarlIng
walked one, and Brad grounder to short
got deep Baker run came on a hit a wild
ford night, March 12. ing came on to save the save the
IlIgh'lollly three hits 11(' was ... scored the winning run. The bases Down 5-0, the Tornadoes turned pitch, a walk and a fielder's choice. Bradford win.McLeod .
on I.C-WIN, said Assistant Coach Jim The Tornado nine faces a busy were loaded Jimmy Langley was on the game around with a five-hit at. The Tornado nine added two more 2-for-3 at the plate, had a
Marion I: Starling struck out 14 North week third Jamie Carver on secondd, and tack in the bottom of the fourth. runs in the bottom of the fifth when double and a triple, and two RBI's.Brian .
t batters and lost 1-0 in I heteams' BUS faces 6-3: Keystone High here Hal Davis on first. McLeod's one- Brian Whithead walked and Mike Tim Lewis lead off with a walk and Whitehead had a double and
: first: meetingThe out grounder was too deep for the
at 7 p m. today (Thursday March Marion Chappell singled right up the mid- moved to second on a wellplacedbunt two RBI's. Also hitting safely were
2(1)()). North shortstop to catch dle, and both scored when Tim by Jamie Carver. Jason Tim Lewis, Robert Starling, Jerry
North Marion win .mil a 6-4 Santa Fe is coming to Starkc.. for a Langley at home, so the infielder Lewis doubled over the head of the Johnson was admitted on an error Roebuck, Mike Chappell, and Billy
win over Maker High last: Thursday. 7 |>m, game Friday March 21 chose the force out at second. Baker this baseman, making the with Lewis going to third. Pitcher Heavener.

March 13: here evens the BUS nine Tuesday March 25, BUS goes to BHS It'ftll I I men on the bases. Tornado score 2-5. Then Jamie Carver fanned
ul 4-4 so far. BUS h'atllak'I' with a Clay High for a 4:30: p.m. game batters were making contact and Jason Johnson popped to short
five run rally in the fourth inning, But, with two out Chad Reddish the
Thursday, Mart 27 Clay ('IIJU'Ito with the ball but the hits were falling ,
with sophomore lofty Chul l Hcdchsh, BUS for II 7 p m game North Marion hit a couple of winning pitcher, walked to load the
2.1,, getting the win. balls to deep left field. bases and set the bases for Todd
Coach :Mike Richter is looking for McLeod's triple in the alley betweenleft
151 IS l, :V Marion (0 I
a third pitcher to help out Reddish McLeod played a tremendousgame and center fields, which tied the REVIVALCome
and Starling Senior shortshop Todd MrtSVst's defensively, going into the score 55. Then Jerry Roebuck and TENT
The BUS team is! young, points out bases loaded ground ball to deep hole sl'vl'rallimes to throw out Colt Robert Starling singled and scoredon
1'oach Kichler. For instance, short I knocked in Jimmy Langley butlers First baseman BrianWhitt'hl'ad a Brian Whitehead double, putting and Hear a Man & His Messageof
livshman Hob Powers started! ;i It( from third base with the winning run dug out several low I Bradford ahead 75.
Hope and Faith


j Lady Tornadoes Down North .Marion March 20 at 7:30: pm

Beating a tough Noilh Marion nils bed Northln 'mn tiI on the an BBI single by Ann Starling on hit an RBI single, knocking scoring 21/2 Miles North of Hawthorne on US 301
high nine twice this paM week, (he road Listeek I on KellJ.u kson's: : w Inch Marla Reddish, who had tripl Smith and tying the score 55. PREACHER: EVANG. CHARLES BELT
unili i"Mled! Bradford High girl) Milt i 1\\ ,,1"III two 'u1 triple in (he bottom ed. BHS missed a scoring opportunityin
I ball rail I their ooiiMW record tin, < ..I i On .r u-nth, and then beat the North 'Marion was undefeated going the bottom of the sixth when, with
.mil -.1rn I nun kin! i "nli-' li.'n! TIU'"d.l11:11'11 IH onThreeHaggrr. into the game with BUS.151IS one out, the bases were loaded, but

get nowhere when the next two batters .
_. --. 6, N.Marion 5 popped up. Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
Ann Starling KB1 single in the In the bottom of the seventh
off 100 South towards take right on
Yet bottom scored Marla Reddish, who Marla Reddish led off with a triple. Located Keystone
had tripled, from third base and Jackson hit a sacrifice fly, but not 24th Street, follow signs or

gave the Bradford High girl soft- deep enough to score Reddish. Ann Call 964.7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30:
bailers a 6-5 win over North Marion Starling then ripped a single to
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Taylor and Parado scored and "The team was real uptight. Even: made crafts. Something for Everyone Don't forget it's the
Butler went to third on a Marla Red- I was a little tense. We knew we had
dish double to right center. Butler to beat North Marion. We knew we time for planting.And .
scored on a sacrifice fly to left field could. That knowledge made us a '
by Kelly Jackson for a 3-0 BHS lead. little uptight." Remember All' Nature Sings of Jesus" e TFSI
BUS went up 5-0 in the bottom of .
the louith when, with one out, '
HIIS6, N. Marion 4 1i 1
Slacey Reddish and Patty Smith i 1
singled Pinch hitting for Tammy Kelly Jackson's two-out, two-run
MIS a kJ \L>nn. Cher! Green hit an RBI singleto triple in the top of the seventh lifted
P score Reddish Brena Skeen, I
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For 198(5-87() Season .i. .
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Open season dates for taking non -- Reg. 199'J 9'S
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I Netters Pick Up Big Win Against Keystone

., .." .-q--/t. .- ..".." .. .... BHS tennis
-. '- 'Y' .... _.... The boy's team pickedup "my Wilson and Kick Kimutis
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>>c'. ;. ..J';:r"" _..-''---.'.. ; .. I ',. .., defeated a big Keystone win Tuesday Heights when, defen they court defeated two.Gray and DeKeyser 8-5 on 4 I-

ding District 8 2A champs,7-0 on the Jody Brown is undefeated so far in
: varsity courts at BHS. singles this season! at 6-0 and Diggsis r Eddie Starlingis
: 1 All of the BUS boys were winnersin 40.
singles starling with number one The boys defeated North Marion readyto
heeded Jason Brown, who defeatedthe March 17 on the road in an easy 7-0 f
Indians'Jory Alford 8-3. match. Save You
Jason Brown beat Donald Jean a Moneyon
The most exciting match of the ings! H-0, Jody beat David Falkner a Car or Truck
day, and the closest, came on court 8-0, Jimmy Wilson! defeated Bryan -
two where Jody Brown defeated Stroup 8-0, Paul Bawek beat Greg it OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET
Keystone's up and coming Kris Slroup 9.7 and Pal Diggs beat Paul "i
Gouin 9-8 ((7-5 in the tic-breaker). Smith 82. iaii New or Used
Jimmy Wilson beat Jason Gray In doubles the Brown brothers .1 ui, i ii a iii
8-2, and Paul Bawek beat Steve defeated Jennings! and Faulkner 8-2 Call Eddie Today!
t. \ DeKeyser B-5 on court four. Pat and Digg4;! and Kirhy Joe Hildebran
Diggs, coming on strong at the coasted! byUtroup and Smith 63.
number five spot, defeated the In "..vl.ryone played real well," LAKE CHEVROLETOLDSU.S. :
dians' Gary Kangas 84. commented BUS Tennis Coach
In doubles Jason and Jody Brown Jerry McGriff. "Everyone is im- 301 North Starke 9S4-7500 .
beat Alford and Gouin 8-4,then Jim- proving rapidly." ._-- II.


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-tJ -c-- .. ,. ;" ... North Marion 6-1 then lost a close Thomas! beat number one seed -
'i .. match to Keystone Heights, defen- Kerry Cooper 8-6, but the next four
: : : :. : : : : : ; : {' ding girl's District 8 2A champs,25. singles matches belonged to KHHS. --- ---<- 10 Escorts to
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tt: . . .: .. In the North Marion match, Maria Terri Owens beat Ross 8-1, Julie Select from
. Thomas beat North Marion's Julie Kirsch beat Nugyen 8-6,Shelly King $1999 -
Campbell 8-2 on court one,Kim Sapp defeated Cindy Samons 8-2 and Barbara I Iw
:./. ; ';. .:.; : .. : : : : defeated Debbie Wayne 8-1, Sherry Grabowski,playing in her first '
Ross beat Sandy Caldwell 9-8 in an ever match for KillS beat Sheilds Per Day ..
. .. exciting, 7-5 tiebreaker, Jackie 8-2 on court five.
-. ." . Nguyen beat Jo Bradbury 8-1 and In doubles Thomas and Ross beat ,I
. . Holly Shields playing in her first Cooper and Kirsch 8-3 but Owens I
. '. match for BHS. was nipped 6-8 by and King came back to beat Nguyenand If f
-; Sonja Mullins.In Shields 8-1. ,
doubles Thomas and Sapp beat
Campbell and Wayne 8-3 and Ross "It was a Lough match for us with rASAK+ ...4
and Nguyen beat Caldwell and Brad- our number two player Kim Sapp
out with ankle and
a sprained our
bury 7.5 on courtlwo.
number four Donna Parado out with
Stretch... played real well,"BHS the flu," McGriff commented. "But
BUS doubles team Jimmy Wilson and Hick Kimutis fire off a''''I'u'ln a Tennis"Everyone Coach Jerry McGriff said. the experience of playing a good
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Hal. Wfxxl birdied and Tom Watson! BUS is now 0-1 The six wins Ravines/ course this afternoon bogied it. But one OP golfer i7 '-"
purred (he final hole lor u one-!stroke "means! we are a fair team, a young (Thursday, March 20.) und another double-bogied to give
IMj-lMi! win over a tough Orange team," !says Coach Mike Sexton. It the 3 and 4 golfers a lie. ,
Park team last! Thursday, March 13: means! the Tornadoes are in t the lop Upcoming... .r
The Hradlord High golfers( went on five in the district v.ilh Fern.indm.i BUS goes to Middlcburg today Ed Douglas and Todd Gillen-
to beat Keystone! High by two Beach, I'alalka, Middlchuri;, and (Thursday, March 20)). Monday waters shared medalist honors at *
!strokes, 192-1U4! on the Keystone! Orange Park. March, BUS will host Middleburgon Orange Park with 39's. Hal Wood
(k ioll and Country Club; course! Mon. the Starke Golf and Country Club shot a 41, Tom Watson a 49. The :
day, March IH, and then won easily, BUS has split with Orange Park. course at 3:30: p.m. in a make-up by Watson on the last hole was key par to t'
KiH-177, over St Augustine( High on The golfers got by Middleburg the match that was rained out. Tuesday, the win, Watson came through when v al
the Starke Golf and Country Club first time, but expect a tough match March! 2f, the BIIS golfers travel to it counted, said Coach Sexton.
courtie'I'uc'.dfMarch 18 against a good( Bronco on The Live Oak. Next Thursday, March 27, Wood's birdy was a big lift for BHS.
BUS will go to Clay High for a tri- Gillenwalcrs 39 shot performancewas
match will St.Augustine. also a big boost for BUS, the
11P 1 T1t
coach noted.
-. _._--. -- '
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Tornado golfers got a one-stroke, "It was our worst round of the
ttR lAtE! Hill-Kiil! win over Orange Park last! year but we still managed to by two
Thursday when Hal Wood birdied shots," said Coach Sexton of the
and Kd: Douglas parred the last! hole. golfers 192-194 victory at on the i ,
r Coming into( the lust hole at Keystone Heights Golf and Country.
: .a Orange Park last Thursday, (the BUS Hal Wood was the BHS medalist
t : Multi-Mile Polyester Glass Belted goiters were down by one shot. Hal I IWoud' with ti 44. Ed Douglas shot 48, Todd
; hirdy and Kd Douglas par Cillenwiilers 49,and Tom Watson 51.
Road Hazard Warranty came when one OP golfers went BUS shot a 181 in beating Baker P V 'YG
bogey/( and par to give BUS the win.Toi'ld hut the KII performance was 11 k 'c' M1rt.aT'i' A!,
16580013P18580D13 25.00 P16580R 33.00 iillcnwate/rs and Tom Watson strokes behind that pace.
27.00 'JP195.80B14 ;;: \tho number( ::1 and 4 men lor
38.00 HI IS. came into (he last hole two ItllS HIH, St.Aug. 177
30.00 P195.75R-14 38.00 :: shots down,
; said Coach Sexton. Watson -
BUS golfers got a nine stroke .
P205 758 14 32.00 P205-75R-14 40.00" p.inrd the t hole and(;iillenwatersTELMED! J 8-177(; over St.Augustine High win on ,' rylt ,N t
P22575B14P21575B15 36.00 P225-75R-15 45.00 the Starke Golf and Country Club
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35.00 P235-75R-15 47.00 ;
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shot a one-over-par 37,
P22575B14P23575B15 36.00 4.00 Balance Each the lowest individual score so far

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I Sapp Sets New Girls School Record for 880YardSophomore '11 II I I"I,

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March 8 in the Lori Palatka Sapp's 2:21: .39 run yard run in 2:21.39: which also 100-yard dash. mile relay and turning in her best I II
a new Bradford Invitation set breaks the 1978 Bradford High Robin Manning ran 2:56.9: in the time yet, plus Felcla Davis' 63-flat I I
in the 880-yard High record for girls record held by Cindy Griffith of 880 yard run, a personal best for her. anchor split in the mile relay is a
run. 2:21.6.: The BIIS mile relay team of Christy good time this
Miss early, Coach
in Sapp the won the 800 and was second Sapp was second in the two mile Harrell, Terry Kittles, Kim Loper. Kim Adams throw in the shot '
area competition two-mile in run in tough run in 122237.: Rachel Hopkins of Adams, and Felicia Davis ran was really good for her, says the Job seeking?
8. Palatka March Palatka won the event in 11:55.: 4:37.23.In: coach
Main objective March 8 was to run the long jump Felicia Davis
Tornado girl runners have seen no Sapp fresh in the 880 to see if she 'jumped 12'KHand Kim Adams Upcoming... It could
competition this week with rain could win it, which she did, and lumped 12'8'4". In the shot put Barring more rainy weather, both meanA
cancelling the Wolfson Classic and cracked the record in the Margo "' '!lon threw the
CTBS tests process. ( 26'6"\ boys and girls will get back in action -
cancelling Christy Harrell ran a 5:51.50: in the this week. bigger tax refund
one mile mn for a third place finish. Christy Harrell got knocked downin Both plan to compete in the Raines
Girls 7th The BUS 440 yard relay team of a collision when a girl tried to passin Invitational in Jacksonville, an all- Some of your job seeking expenses may be deductible That
At Palatka Invitational... Margo Felton, Terry Kitties, Kim the anchor quarter of the mile day affair this Saturday, March 22. could mean a bigger tax refund for you Come see the people -
The BUS girl Adams, and Felicia Davis was sixthin medley. BHS was running second at The runners will host Live Oak who know how to make the tax laws work for you.
runners were 7th out 56.66. the time Tne contact and, small
of 13 schools was termed incidental maybe, a contingent
March and scored 18 points Kim Adams placed sixth in the when Coach Loper filed a from St.Johns Country Day Schoolon H&R BLOCK-
tional. 8 at the Palatka High Invita- shot put with a throw of 29'2'' Gainesville Allison Denmark ran a 20.86 in the Lori Sapp's record and Christy March 25, at 4:30: p,m. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
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competition 1.01'1 with 87 points. run the 330-yard low..hurles.. in 65.34.Jh run, Christy's coming back off the tap next Friday, March 28, in 964.8286 Keystone Hgts.Hawthorne
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the Tornado ladies'! boltball team 6-4 '
over undefeated North Marion last ARrcFWisFa 50 %
Thursday, March 13, in Sparr.. Off SALE
Marla Reddish, 2-0 on the mound,
hit a home run and won the game in a.
relief. The win ran undefeated BUS I
to 5-0 and 3-0 in the district. North
Marion was 4-0 on the season and Jl i I DEWARS
district going into the game. JIM I CROWN I You Can
BHS opend a 1-0 lead in the top of r,' ROYAL SCOTCH Buy Now
the first when Cindy Taylor led off 750 750
with a single and scored on a triple J NB M'1.75 I
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Ann Starling and Cindy Parado 299\I f.k..4 12" 1049
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Man Pulls Gun women had struck the windshieldwith Recent ArrestsIn Claude Kinsler of Dade City was Patrolman John Hodges Bond was ding to Deputy Eugene Lee. Stitt
their heads when their vehiclewas arrested March 14 on an order of arrest Mt at $2ao, he was released on his was released after he purged.
Gets Arrested hit from behind, according to Bradford CountyThe for.child support, according to own recognizance.Frank .

I i Rufus! K. Hutchings of Starke was Paramedics Dan Cuddington and following arrests were madein Investigator John Tilley He was Jack Terrell Creamer, 19, was arrested -
Bill O'Neal. released on his own recognizance. Pendarvis 28 arrested for consuming
arrested March 17 for aggravated Bradford County by local ,was March 14
Ronald Everett Brown, March for after alcohol In against a
assault (two counts), according to driving a authorities. 16 trespass warning, beverage public
Investigator John Tilley and Lt. 1981 Ford pickup, was cited for according to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Lawtey ordinance, according to Lt.
John is following too close when he struck Clyde Leslie Hall, 50, of Bond was set at$105, he was released William Tillotson. Bond was set at
Dempsey.a Mulchings small handgun charged and- the Giorbano vehicle in the rear as it Emmitt Broward Akridge, 38, of Gainesville was arrested March 12 to mental health. Pendarvis was $105, he was released on his own
slowed to make a left turn. Both for disorderly Intoxication, according again arrested Mach 19 for again recognizance.Laura .
threatening Bruce Bankonter and Starke was March 10 on an
vehicles northbound in the in- to Lt.John at Econo
were Dempsey. Bond was trespass after warning
Ethel order of arrest, failure to child
Hatchings. side lane US-301, pay set at $200 he to Patrolman Smith 22 arrested for
on according to to was released on his Lodge, according was
Hutchings was released after a support, according InvestigatorDavid
Patrolman John Hodges. own recognizance. Marc Devereaux: worthless checks March 17, according -
Aderholt. He released
$500 cash bond was on
was posted.
The impact caused the 1984 to Deputy Sammy Eunice.
after he
own was
Plymouth, driven by Giorbano, to ordered to $556 by March 31 John Broward Cordell 35,of Yulee Richard Earl Stitt, 23, of Clay Smith was released on her own
spin around and strike the bridge on pay or was arrested March 13 for disorderly County was arrested March 13 for recognizance by Judge John J
spend five months 29 days in jail.
I..awteyIan! Cut Alligator Creek. Damage to the intoxication, according to failure to pay(child support),accor Crews.
Another ArrestedA Plymouth was 3000. Damage to the
pickup was $990.!J))
Lawtey man was hospitalizedand
another man arrested after a Look at the Values for 1986 at:
fight Sunday night according to Lt. Man ArrestedOn
Glen Moore.
James W. Bentley, 30, was arrested Marion WarrantsRobert
for aggravated battery after Orville Smith of
46, West
he allegedly cut Eugene Norman, 23: Virginia was arrested March 17 on D&S Motors
also of Lawtey. Bentley, using a warrants charging grand theft,
pocket knife, cut Norman on the burglary grand theft (violation of
of the chest and hand during l
lower a tight part, said Moore. Darroll probation Williams.), according During to Patrolman a traffic 207 N. Temple Avo. Starke 964-7556
Several men had been drinkingtogether "
stop made by Lt. William Tillotson
ami Norman was apparently -
a computer check revealed Smith
looking for a fight. Bentley told Lt.
was wanted in Marion County He
tried take Norman home
:Moore he to
was arrested by the city and released -
but he then wanted to fight him. to Marion County authorities.
Norman was taken to Bradford TO ALL QUALIHEDWITH BUYERS

treatmenl.Hentley's Hospital and. then to Shands for Divorces FinalizedIn

bond was set at $5,000,
he was released on his own Bradford CountyThe
recognisance. following marriages were ( APPROVED CREDIT)

dissolved in Bradford County duringthe w
BUS Band Equipment month of February.
Howard F. Redding & Karen B.
Recovered By PoliceA Redding

burglary at Bradford High Johnson.Robert A. Johnson & Hazel P. NO MONEY DOWN
School was solved with the arrest ofa
17yearold.On Reddish.Susan F. Reddish & Randal L.
January 30 several items
Frank Lamar Reddish & Barbara
taken from the
\alued at $1,940 were

bandroom.a Casio The key musical board items, strobe included Jean Edward Norman D. Reddish Roberts & Betty J. ON APPROVED CREDIT TAKE DELIVERY SAME DAY

tuner an electric tuner and a PVE Roberts.
amplifier, according to Patrolman
W C Reno
Jesse Simmons was arrested for Youth Charged

was grand requested theft after by: a the computer Starke check Pawn With StealingAn TANK OF GAS FOR YOUR VEHICLE

Shop when Simmons attempted to 18-year-old Lawtey youth was
pawn an amplifier. Upon his arrest, arrested after he was found riding a f ON DELIVERY (through March 31 I
the remaining items were found in stolen Honda.[ ,
the trunk of the car Simmons was While investigating the disap-
driving, said Reno. pearance of a Honda 4-wheel cycle
Simmons who has been certifiedan belonging to Randy Gaskins Joseph

adult was charged with the D. McDamel was seen riding the We at D&S Motors would like to thank all our customers
crime b> the state attorney's office. Honda. McDaniel was charged with ,
grand theft March 14, according to

Lt. John Dempsey and Deputy Sammy from Bradford & Union Counties for
Eunice Bond was set at 5000. Clay making our
Two Treated At nil :McDaniel remains in custody.

Following AccidentTwo business such a huge success!

Starke women were taken to
Bradford Hospital with possible TIn
head injuries after their vehicle was e
involved m an accident on US-301 r ,
March 17.Annie ancient Rome a form of.Valen I .r .
Thompson Uiorbano and tines day 15 in was honor celebrated of the on Feb- 1''
her daughter Joyce Morris were Juno.SAWYER ruary. goddess < USED CAR WARRANTY
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I Starke Methodist Church to Present Outdoor Easter PageantHave II

you ever wondered what it events of Holy Week. pressive view of the outdoor side, the Open and Closed Tombs route or walk I by, but please respect Bring your family and friends to
would be like if you had been in Four scenes; The Last Supper,the pageant.On will be on display. others and do not congregate near help make the real meaning of I
Jerusalem during the first Holy Crucifixion, the Closed Tomb and the post office side of the Many people have been involvedas the scenes. Easter come alive to you.
Week? the Open Tomb, will be portrayedfor church the Last Supper will be re- electrians, carpenters, artists,
Good Friday evening, March 28, two hours on March 28. enacted.In seamstresses and actors, or with "Education is the task of bringing the young and the great togthr."
from 7 to 9 p.m. you can be there. A drive west on Jefferson Street, the church Courtyard the three stage settings and props to make John Jay Chapman II
Youth and adults of the First north on Walnut Street and cast on crosses depicting the crucifixion will this a realistic and meaninful experience -
United Methodist Church in Starke Jackson Street, (circling the be presented.On for the community.Drive I
will he re-enacting some of the church), will dive you the most 1m- the Jackson Street side,library slowly on the suggested -------..-.- '------
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I EMT Refresher Course Set at LCCCThe I Brides-To-Be !

State of Florida requires that offer the EMT 30-hour recertification $17.40 and it is strongly suggestedthat Frank Moore will be the instructor I
every Emergency Medical Technician course on two weekends, May 3 students pre-register with ,and he will be using the standard Register your choices at Jo Ann's.We .
be recertified at two-year inter- & 4 and May 17 & 18. The class will Bruce Willms at Allied Health in D.O.T. curriculum. will be happy to assist in
vals. Paramedics may also satisfy begin at 8 a.m. in Room B-17 of the order to insure a slot in the class. you
part of their renewal requirements Milton Building tit the main Lake CI- creating just the look you desire for your new
F bv taking the KMT refresher course. ty campus. The suggubivU text is For further information, call
home. If
Receive free when
Lake City Community College will The cost of class registration is EMERGENCY CARE,' 3rd edition. Bruce Willms at 752-1822, Ext. 233. a gift you register.
you are looking for "something special" for a
j bride remember Jo Ann's where an excellent

I Disabled Vehicles Should Be Removed from RoadIf 1 selection of gifts in all price ranges await you.

for any reason, a vehicle Burkett. potential for multi-vehicle pileups However, if the vehicle is obstruc- II JO ANN'S
times ,' Burkett ting traffic, a motorist must make
becomes disabled on the streets or 'Motorists involved in accidentsare increases many over /
highways of Florida and blocks the still reluctant to move their added. every reasonable efort to move his I Hours: )10-5:30M-F: t South 301 Plata

the regular disabled flow of vehicle traffic, the must driver make of attitude vehicles until originated the police years arrive.ago,This and Florida law requires every motor vehicle restore: the only flow as far of traffic.as necessary to j I ...__! 10-.4 Sat.IN. --._.__A--.Speciality.._..___..-Gift-..._..Shop....... _._((904)__)964-SS47-.M

every reasonable effort to remove causes serious traffic problems irr vehicle operator involved in an acci-
that vehicle from the roadway in urban area,' according to Colonel dent involving either personal injuryor t Drivers of vehicles which are
order to restore regular traffic flow, Burkett. 'In today's traffic this property damage to stop and remain disabled due to mechanical failure COMMISSARY FOOD STORESR
according to Florida Highway reluctance is not only unlawful but at the accident scene until also must make an effort to clear the
Patrol Director Colour! Hobby R. can prove to he dangerous. The reporting requirements are fulfilled. roadway. 225 ot U.S. 301, Lawtey 782.3017

Low Gas Pricesl!

7 Regular . . . gal. 76'
I Starke Man Arrested in Lewd Assault
Unleaded . . gal. 819Q

Bobby II. Epps, 20, of Starke was Epps a minister of a small Baptist not a member of the congregation of Epps will be arraigned within 30 ) Super Hi-Test . gal. 899
arrested !March 18 and charged with Church is charged with two alleged the church where Epps is pastor. days with his trial scheduled for .-
two counts of lewd lascivious assaultor incidents with the same thirteen Bond was set at $1,000 for each June, according to Assistant State
I released on his Thomas Elwell. Great Grocery & Meat Buys!!
act in presence of a child, accor- year-old girl, said Denton.It charge Epps was Attorney
ding to Investigator Don Denton. has been confirmed the girl Is own recognizance. Bones . II. '1.98 Pepsi & Coke

Ribeyes . . u. 69 16 or. $ -f59
I Starke Man Arrested for Robbery Center Cut Returnable i
Pork Chops . ii 49C Bottles plus tax 4 deposit
Harry McDougal was arrested was issued by Kimberly Denise Patrolman John Hodges. Country Smoked Extra u,..fll. ..
March 17 for robbery, according to Cohens stating that McDougal had Bond was set at $500. he was About 100,000 men labored to builda Rib Bacon . 111. 'i" Eggs . . per oar =2 II ::
I Patrolman Marc Devereaux. struck her in the chest and taken herkeys released on own recognizance. single pyramid in ancient Egypt.
Earlier in the day a sworn complaint from:. her, according to .
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Rep. Chance Irvine of Orange as a loan for a lull four years of Student Financial Assistance fhen1eq L
Park has announced that "Chappie" study. However, for each 180-day Department of Education, Knott
James Most Promising Teachers full-time teaching contract completed Building, Tallahassee, Fla. 32301;
Scholarship Program applicationsmust after college graduation, the phone 904-288-6181, or Rep. Chance 90 PROOF VODKA 80
be filed by April 1. loan will be cancelled for one Irvine 2105 Park Ave., Suite 5, I _
academic year. Orange Park, Fla. 32073; phone LONDON LITER 1.75 LITER
In order to qualify,a student must The entire loan plus interest 9042643000. DRY 33.8ol. 59.20*.
be in the top quartile of the secon- money may! be canceled by holding a CASE CASE
dary school senior class and have a full time teaching position for as Information may also be obtainedat GIN *95 'S 1 49 OF 6
9th through 12th grade cumulative many years as necesary to match the principal's office, Bradford 82.75 i -- 80.50
grade point average of at least 3.0 on years of study covered by the loan. High School. -
a 4.0 scale. Interested students may obtain Only one scholarship is awardedper
Scholarship!! money will be given more information by contacting: high school. I
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Ofcliu Aviles ol Winter Haven; grandparents, Mr. Gillman Paper Mill at Highland Turn the children's powdered soft drink mix Into "bubbly"" by adding club soda instead of water.
and !Mrs Shep Roberts of Lake before he retired. He was a Baptistr! .
Mrs: Ofclia Aviles, 79! of Starke, Butler. Funeral services! were incomplete
died ltMI lll lllllliri illliilli iiiiillMiiai i i i>t i M jiuttiii jM>i
Friday Mar 13, in the Brad at presstimc, but funeral
Funeral services held !Mar arrangements -
ford I'illness J :I Hospital: : following an extended 15 at Trimly Christian were bile Center, will be announced by MULEY SEZ: Lease a
Lakeland, with Pastor Wm. J. Akersolliciiiting Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Horn and raised in Puerto Uico Starkf.
Mrs: Aviles: came to Starke ten iardens Burial was with in LakelandMcinona CenlryMorrison New Car or Truck from
: She
years ago. was a Catholic
Funeral Home I in charge: of
; A. Wilkes
Survivors George
include three sons, '
l>.imiso; : Alvardo Aviles of Puerto arriingnicntsDi.uina Mr Ceorge Arthur Wilkes, 65, ol Lake Chevy-Olds andwe'll /
Hico Victor Sierra Aviles of Starke Keystone: Heights died Tuesday,
and Isai.is: Sierra Aviles of Kissun- ..} mi MeCue M.ir. II in Bl'illllol'llllospital.
nice two daughters, Hafaela Miss Dianna Lynn McCue, fi, ol Born 1 Feb. 22, l 1I21! in Moultrie, make your first
Alvarado of Starke and Carmen I. Melrnse,: died Sunday, Mar. Ifial her Ga., Mr Wilkes moved to Keystone
Sierra of Puerto Hico 22 grand residence following a long illness. eight years ago/( from Jacksonville. Plusyou'll
(hildren /and 17 great grandchildren Burn Jan 17, lilim in Miami, Miss He was a member of Horca Baptist three ((3)) payments.
I Funeral. services were held Monday McCue moved to Melrose five yearsago ( Church ol Jacksonville: and was an
M.ir 17 in the Archie Tanner She was a member> of Friendship insurance salesman and U.S. Army be
Funeral Chapel/ with K.ijmoml 11ill : Bible i 1 l hunch of Keysloneand a veteran of World War II. { automatically a:t? ,,.,."r rye
and Father Crosby: officiating. :student al Melrose ('oi nniniIy Survivors include his wife, JoAnne
Kuriiil was in Santa Fe ('enu'tery in Si hool. K. Wilkes. ; three stepdaughters, for 500 m
ll.impton Archie Tanner Funeral Survivors include her parents: Connie Livesay of Jacksonville, registered our
Home was in charge of ar- Brian Arthur and Deborah I DinnneMcCue. Menanne Nelson and Karla
langcnients.Hubert. 1 brother, Brian, sister, I Knglehtirl: of Keystone; three sons, Give Away on March y'
Laura. ; paternal grandparents, Bob Larry Jerry, and Perry Wilkes of i
and Jeannie :McCue ol Miami and Tamp.i ; four step-sons, Jeffrey, 4-
I.. Ithuku<1.'" Bob and (Carols Johnson" nllll'i"lol. !Dana and Patrick Nelson of 31st. >
Fla ; maternal grandparents' : are Jacksonville and Christopher: Nelson
Mr Robert K:. l
Chailes and I. ol Heights fourteengrandchildren.
\nn iiragonsian ot Keystone ;
Mlaikucldcr, 5(1( ol Lakeland, died .
Boca Hilton and John I'anlcsci ol '
:Mar 12 at Lakeland Regional Miami. Shores Funeral services were held Friday '
Medical Center" lolloping an extended Funeral ,services. were hcld'I'ues- Mar. 14 at !DeWilt C. Jones
illness day. Mar 111 nl Friendship Bible Chapel in Keystone with Hev. LeRoy L ." k( :
Born June 86
19 IU5!: in Santa Jo'('. Church in Kevstone: with Rev Hon Olive officiating. Jones Funeral
:New Mexico Mr Hlackv elder moved Sihaleraiid Hcv Clarence llagerofficiating Home of Keystone was in charge of 1
to Lake Butler when 2 of
years IChevette
Interment was in Melrose arrangements
He later moved 10' Winter 1
age: '
( 1'11I1'11'und'I' the direction" of y,
Haven where he graduated from Jones: Funeral. Home of Keystone Mrs. Unnh''ood' Chevette (CS) Hatchback Coupe i ( I i ,
\\mliT Haven High School and
Heights Mrs: hinnie Wood, 8-1, of Starkc,
l-'lorida .
I allahassee! : State. He I has University been (engaged in in In lieu ol Mowers, contributions died Wednesday morning at the Look What 3.95 a Day Gets You*
may be made to the Friendship|> Bible Bradford Hospital: in Starke follow
the where citrus he industry owned: for and many operatedHlackucldcr :.vears. Church, f P.() Box 1007) ) KeystoneHeights. ing :an extended illness.Funeral Full Factory Equipment, Tinted Glass, Buckets
Harvesting Compan.v :32iiSfi.( ( arrangements were incomplete mmilltm
lie was a member ol Trimt.v Chris- at press time, but will be S-10 4x4 Pickup
ii.in Center of Lakeland, Assembly announced later by Archie Tanner
in God and Gideons Internalinnal. \\' I1i(' n. afford Jo'ullI'ralllome of Starke. YXD \ L4iiJiFF
&J1\N 1d
Survivors include his wife, Shirley' Mr Willie Oliver Swafford, ol n -
Benson Blackvvelder, son Victor ot Starke, died Sunday at the V'ransAdminljtl'ation' Melon Ogden l.iiwrpnceHelen -- --- .
Harlow three daughters. Donna Hospital in '. = -- / '
)Dnggcrs and Beverlv Seymour of Gainesville follow ing an extended illness Ogden Lawrence, former ;/
Lakeland and Kim Howard ol Bar resident of Keystone Heights, died
'Iow lour grandchildren sister An Born and raised in Benton Tenn., Saturday, March 16 of a sudden illness Sprint 2-dr Hatchback Coupe Spectrum 4-dr
petty Krause Tallahassee: parentsMr he has resided! in Starke for about 20vears Sedan
and :Mrs Robert J I Bl.ukvvelder : He was employed by the Mrs. Lawrence was a member of
one of the pioneering families of $ $pee$ I I 't 1 Speed; 1
Keystone and was past librarian at
Air ppnrJitiqn Comfort 1 1 f t I
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the public library. At the time of her
death bhe was residing with her ;j l 'V'5ft oiJlfi( ]! I I I r' ,
sister Arneeta Read in Punta Gor-
da. DefoggeiSport : >abkagj; I I' III I
PAIN Survivors are her husband, Harold '
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and one son George Lawrence of "
Vermont. I I I. 1 1 I I
There will be a memorial service
followed by cremation. Details incomplete 1 ,

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Guitar Instructor Offers Variety of ExperienceBy ::1
A simple holiday gift for a favorite neighbor: decorate an empty coffeecan .
to match her kitchen decor and fill it with some handy kitchen utensils / 3 L
wooden spoon a whisk a new rubber spatula Mark Kriedlin perience in all types of music, from moved here recently from Northern student according to the style they
BIT Staff WriterBradford jazz to classical, from rock to reggae Illinois, where she gave private would like to learn.
County has a new guitar lessons for literally hundreds of "In Illinois I had my classical
teacher with a vast range of ex Gloria Kellogg (Mrs. Bill Bryant) students over an 18-year pcrinri students, who were very strict and
Crop Hail Insurance I insisted on proper hand position at I
-- all times,and I also helped a beginn-
'\J ing rock band learn some popular
Multiple Peril Crop Insurance } hits like "Stairway to Heaven' and
others," Kellogg said. "It was great
(-\ ; l -. fun to see them grow as muscians.
Looking for insurance on your crops? They were enthusiastic and really
became quite good. I invited their
group to play at one of our recitals
Call your local Farm Bureau office and and Kellogg's they were recitals a big hit.soon" became

discover what they have to offer. more than just a performance by her
#tit students. Kellogg invited various
professional entertainers including
singers, which soon turned her
DAVID BEATTY recitals into something akin to a full-
AGENCY MANAGER fledged variety hour.
Kellogg teaches her Bradford
Auto Home, Farm, Life & Health County students in private lessons at \'
Home Entertainment in Bradford
Square and also in Gainesville at the I'
Guitar Academy.
UNION COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY Kellogg teaches guitar in various
styles including classical, spainish
325 S.E 6th Street 2270 N. Temple Avenue and rock and also gives instructionon
Lake Butler, Fl 32054 Starke, Fl 32091 the banjo and the electric bass.
((904)) 496,2171 ((904)) 964-6369 Lessons Begin... Kellogg has a long history of
music in her family. Her father wasa
Guitar InsliiKtor f.lori Kellogg( (at left) begins sill leach ull tjpes of playing on guitar, banjo or elet professional opera singer in Spain
anolher.ehsioowith II willing sliulrnl trie bass and there are two other professional
Kellogg has a broad i'an go of mush o\p l <'ricace and singers in her family
"Music has been a big part of my,
life for as long as I can rememer,
> :-- -- -: =- / ..::= Kellogg taught lessons at St. Kellogg said "Even after 18 years of
Mary's Academy, a private school experience in teaching it is still a
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at the Harry Rempe School of Music As the number of students rises I
where her mass recitals earned her hope we can have some recitals here
"THERE IS NO COMPARISON FOR PRICE..QUALITY..SERVICE!" plaudits from the local communityfor that will be as big or even bigger
her work with young people in than the ones we put on in Illinois.
music. Students who sign up for lessons
"We had so many students after a with Kellogg go home on their first
few years that I finally had to rent a day able to play a song and soor
concert hall for their end of the year learn a good working knowledge of
NORMAN'SQUANTITY recital," Kellogg said "They were the fundamentals in learning to
} very enthusiastic, just as my first play.
students here in Bradford County For further information on
/ have been so far." lessons, call Kellogg at home at
Kellogg enjoys classical music, 964-8120 or at Home Entertainmentat
Il TITS pop and country and will teach each 9646946.'iz..z .

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