Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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February 4, 1988
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The moon was full Tuesday, Feb2, Groundhog's Day.According Death Notlco., . . .. ,51 \
to the legend, if the groundhog comes out and sees his shadow, he Doll House, .{| '-I
will immediately return to his hole and wait for six weeks. A sunny Want Ad., . .7Nowi .,. The Sweetest 'Strawberries This Side of Heaven

day on Feb 2 portends six weeks more of rough winter weather BrMi, .10,121 I08th Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents: Copy """-- .? '
29th Issue Thursday, February, 1988 USPS 062-700

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'H'ort/t/ ,9ptingHazardous x g 4 Zoners RejectMultiFamily :

Waste I'l

.Opponents to Meet... J r

All persons interested in opposinga p W7 :

hazardous:: waste treatment facility
in Bradford, Clay or Union Count JJOES BREIth '

in ties the are county urged commission to attend a meeting room of MOLD 4 Use in S.E. Cityby

the Feb courthouse 5. at 7 p.m. Friday, GROW BETTER

A name for the organization:: and ill Buster Rahn creek and turn right you're in God's
'election of officers will be items on BeT Staff Writer country." 'He continued by I ad-
the agenda. The City Zoning Board turned monishing the :zoning: board to "look
DARKLESS down Earl C. Fmdley's request to closely before you destroy the quail.
Kingsley Meeting... rezone 4.58 acres in the corner of ty of life found in the neighborhood.

A covered dish supper, followed r .'op' 'Parker St. and Wilson Road, from The area is home to a cross section
W by discussion Camp Blandmg as \q R1A, single family residence of America, with all types of
a possible site for a hazardous:: classification, to R2A, multi-family residents, professional, blue collar?.
,waste treatment plant: Kingsley LIGHT, ? y ,+ residences last Thursday Jan. 28 retired, and others. They live in all
Lake Civic Center 6.30pm: Satur Neil Tucker and Al Kay Carlisle types of houses, including mobile *
day,.Feb, 6. Sponsored by: k presented convincing reasons to homes, on property that! rarely
Kings ley Lake Property Owners t 'L deny the rezoning, speaking In changes hands, ', Carlisle saId '
Association behalf of some 60 area residents at.
the board 'The people who live in the area
tending regular
,, 117 ; u tr zoning "
Voter Deadline... Y meeting. No one else spoke, either ,are looking for peace and tranquility
4 for or against the petition which may well be destroyed by
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A Feb. 6 voter registration I i Findley, owner of the property anda increased traffic on inadequateroads
deadline set for the March 8 and "
is resident of Gainesville not attend bridges, said Carlisle.
Super Tuesday election for 16 In closing, Carlisle said, "Thereare
t the meeting, or send an
states. 1. M4 emissary to represent, him before" two types ,of land owners, land
The registration office will be and
__,I the zoning board.Chairman users abusers We need
open all day this Saturday, Feb.: 6., Walter Wescott allowedthe more land users, We have too many

Train Display. ", -It '. .. ', .. hearing to continue in Findley's land abusers.\
Toy .. "- ...... ),1 -I.! -..-.--........\....... ------.-:;,..._ .. .".._,. absence, since the request had been ,The/ audience supported Carlisle's
A' toy train garden will be on duly' advertised, and area residentshad ,remarks with a round of applause.
display at an open house at the BMS'ScienceFair, Winner... turned out for the second time to: Zoning Board Member ,Warney'Adkms
home of Mr. and Mrs. Barnard C.' ,register their oPPOSItIOn: The petition moved to reject the request'
Sophia Fanton; daughter of Ed Fanton of Starke.,is a and received a second to the motion
Ruckdeschel Country Club category in the,, first annual BMS ,Science Fair last was withdrawn at the December
Estates this Sunday,Feb. 7, from 2 second place,, ,.winner' in. the Heha\orial Science week.: meeting, prior to being heard. by Brenda Alvarez. The board, with
to I&) p.m. Tucker said that area of town has little discussion,'voted 6-0 to deny

'.; 'Over '200 BMS 'made a substantial contribution to, the petition,
: Science
Projects in Fair Chairman Wescott, in addressing
,Class'of 1938... ,, community regarding rezoning::
to accommodate the nursing home,. the audience, said the recommendation ,
The Class of 1938 of Bradford' The first''annual"Bradford Middle Thoroughness!; '13' points, Skill 15' ,I hel), .31 ,Stephanie ,,Agin. .and,Jen- the hospital and its new land acquis-; will go before the,city commissioners '
High will meet at noon Monday, School science fair was dedicated to paints and larity\ 10 points noinu wards (lie)'. Lions, the B-l classification on, Tuesday, Feb.' 1ft", for'final
Feb. 8, at the Western Steer Mrs. Charlotte Thornhill,'' BMS Knvnonmeiitat'\ ; It 1 Erica 'Plenn- SR-230, the Heritage Villa complexand approval or rejection.
Steakhouse; to plan a reunion. Science teacher who died suddenly a The top three winners''in each II1gel'" and Hnttny Bula (tie,2)) Joey, the,duplexes that are located in
few days before the fair was category will be eligible to advance Sliuford, 3) Anna Kanjbar.Eirgmcering there. Site Plan Approved...
Drug Free Meeting;.. ''Scheduled to a regional contest to be held In : II Josee Miller, 2> ''Before our area is asked to give Lee -and Cates Glass, Co,: I
A moment of silence in her Lake City about mid-March. Winners'of (David Garee, 31) Justin Kenarlck. up more land,, to these kinds of ,represented by r.L. Ogier, managerof
Drug Free Progam meeting; 7IS, 'memory was observed by Dr. John till regional went will advance Medicine ahd Health: 1) Jane, developments the existing proper the Orange Park Store and con- .
p,m, Tuesday, Feb 9, SE Mazzella:: BMS principal,following to a state contest( to be held In Mauwlx.Hay, 2)) Amie Gnllls J) ty, so :zoned: should be utilised to its tractor Bob., Falls, presented site
,Cafetonum. the ceremonies presenting awardsto Jacksonville later In the spring.First three-way tie; Leigh ,Ann OdonvCm ,. fullest extent Tucker said., plans for the Lee and Cates Glass' ,
The group is in process of planning the winning projects. second: and third place 'VVIIHmrs "is Thompson and Becky Phillips store on SR-16W and Grande St. t. '
activities for the statewide Well over 200 ,entries were In each category are: Microbiology; ill) Heather safer, 2))' Carlisle Speaks.,. '. Falls said )it will take about 45 days f i
Just Say No" Week May 9-14.. 'displayed Thursday, Jan, '28, mine' Behavoijal 1, S 'lL'lwe',, 1)),Jeremy; Melanie fittnble, 3)) throe. way tie.I), Carlisle came to the podium to say to 'erect .the '2,200 sq. ft. steel
School. Volunteers.... BMS gym and awards wele Crawloitt 2> Sophia''l'anion? 3), ty-iUiui A?..., Jmia\ ,Thornton.Shannon that he has been mbtarke since 1SJ2 building, after permits are ISsued.
presented to the top three projects in Deana Holiday. .HZ Ilion I and moved to his home on Parker St. The building will have a vehicle I
Feb IH21s School Volunteer 10 categories.The Botany: II Jonathan Smith, :2); Physics; I\I Josh Lewis :2K Angie last year to escape the noise and entrance on SR-16, and exit on
Week. entries were judged In each Amy 11'lost'and 1 Jeremy Hildebran lidliliee.; Jonniler- Glisson 'Itle( ), ..UHtltiany high traffic volume of, Orange 'St.,, Grande St. The new business will
Over 100 Volunteers work in category by four impartial judges* (tie J) Jost'lIaJenlon/ and Andrea Lee, and Bobbie Westcotttie where he formerly lived specialize:: in replacing automotive
Bradford schools, providing and given a score based on Creative I lew ctt Ilid.'l( ) ( ) Speaking about the area in whichhe glass.
valuable help to teachers at no cost Ability a maximum of 30 points, Chemistry I II> Mark Crawford, :J) Zoology I I II Jennifer Richardson, and his wife MarjorIe, now live, The site plan was approved by.the
to the system, points out Denise Scientific Thought 30 points' Dt'ena PiU'Kl.'r 'and, (Diana Searcy 2)) Tar a 1h1lS.JI\ Richard Wolt Carlisle said: '"Once you ,cross the :zoning: board.3Co.. '
;,Adams, coordinator of exceptional
pro rams,

Valentine' Dance..,; Gearing Up for May ,9-14 .

A Valentine's Day'dance for Under Way

clients of Sunshine Acres is set at "Just Say No" Observation Lt
the Starke Woman's Club at 7 p.m. *:
Friday, Feb.'12. On Garbage,

The dance is being organized by Gearing up for a statewide "Just each of the! 49 new antique-like street, ,
'Joan Hall for the Junior Woman's, ,, Say No" Week set ,May 9-14, local lights ,, by Joe Gissy
Club.. organizer'Adele Mitchell is soliciting Ms. Mitchell is urging everyone to BCT Staff Writer ,
help from local organizations.::: "Take a Stand; on the drug and tn The trl-c<>unty group of Bradford,
,Applicants'Needed'..* Ms. Mitchell appeared before 'alcohol issue. The three mam Baker and Union counties, with the f
The Division; of Vocational ,Starke'' commissioners, Tuesday sources of drugs locally, she told the Department of Corrections as a ..
Rehabilitation of the Department of night, Feb 2, and got,promises of ,;council are: 1) alcohol 2)," marijuana usY"N fourth party, have agreed to pursue
Labor and Employment Security of help from the cIty ; and :3)) crack cocaine. an Interlocal agreement in a combined -
the State of Florida needs ap- There will be a local observationof There is no help for anyone in this, effort to handle the solid
plicants., the statewide "Just ,Say, No" county for problem with drugs, Ms., 'wastes, of their counties.
Do you know that you may be Week, says Ms. Mitchell. Mitchell said. Bradford Waste Director Darrell
eligible for vocational rehabilitation Banners are planned to be strung But there is much public1'' interestIn O'Neal was chosen moderator for a
services if: over US-301 north and south. The the "Just Say No" program begunby panel of the commissioners who will
You have a physical, mental or Community State Band and Florida Ms. Mitchell when she retired u +' ", n!Ild \ '\\' i conduct a cost study and pursue an
emotional disability} and National Bank at Starke are contributing -; from the Bradford school system ,, ))1 g.,1 dNt)(,, .1. '\ ) mterlocal agreement;"' for, the four-
.Your disability prevents you funds for those. Jack ,"I don t know if I've ever gotten so ,, ," 1 i\i',,". "" unit group'
ji; from getting or keeping a job; and Bailey is painting the signs, Ms. Mitchell much cooperation ''from the' com c-- :>',t. I"'" Each of the commissioners is urged '
,There is a good chance after told the council members. munity before;" said Ms. Mitchell .' : ,' \ l., to attend future PAC meetings
receiving vocational rehabliitatloq'services The Rotary Club is paying for 4,500 It.was no different at the Starke ,Policy Advisory Committee for the
you will get a job.. "Just Say No" red ribbons to go ,council meeting 13 county regional study group) to''
For more information, call' home with each school students and' "1'm very much interested" this A, Red Ribbon'for Sistuh'...,, become familiar with the terms of
964-2037, or go by the office at 1250 staff member. program. Don't anybody tell you it the agreement being debated there,
Andrews Circle. Suite D, Starke. 'The Starke Woman's Club is make won't ,help,",. said Commissioner.. Ms. Adele (Sistuh> Mitchell who heads the local campaign to"Just Say so, that they can give input to
Office hours are 8 a.m, to 5 p.m., ing 300 larger red rIbbons Ms. Mitchell Vernon Silcox. ,"I'm sure the city No" to alcohol drugs, and teenage pregnancy; holds a red ribbon to be developing a four-party agreementfor .
Monday-Friday. got permission from the council will lean over backward!? to help anyway displayed on downtown street' ,light during,statewide "Just' Say No" Week, this sub regional group.. .
to attach a large red ribbon onto ,it can,?!Silcox said., ,May 914. "Monday, ,April 4. is the
deadline," says Bradford CommIs-
Bloodmobile... sioner Joe Riddick, for the countiesto

Civitan The bloodmobiles Regional Blood from Center the in Board, Begins School ,Site' 'Meetings Monday, at ,BMS the decide Regional whether Master they will Plan stay, or in

withdraw to pursue another
Gainesville will be in Starke Feb. -
1617. The first of the pre-budget visits' to, set aside Monday nights at 7 p.m., students, said Eugenia Whitehead grams feel that Bradford County solving ,,their,solid ,waste 'problems ,
: BHS, 9 a.m to individual schools by the Bradford avoiding the third Monday regular' coordinator of student services. schools will, before too long, have to ; .
1 p.m; Courthouse,2-6 p.m.; Winn- Monday, Feb.8, board meetings,for,the school visits. Supt. Jim Duncan said the programhas handle some students now being sent "If we pull out we will have to
Dixie 9 a.m. 6 p.m.' ,1 theOperations,, Center Just' The board agreed. :. been very successful at BITS and to Gainesville for special programs, have a firm concrete plan to present
of En-
Feb. 17 SFCC 9 entrance to''Bradford Each school district is required bylaw to DER (Department ,
Wednesday, : beyond the The meeting schedule: BMS."At least we're reaching some will ,
a.m. 1 p.m.; Bradford Hospital;2-6 Middle School off Orange Street. Feb. 8: Operations Center oT those kids who otherwise might to have special education programs vironmental Regulation hard)"or said they Rid- 'I
'come on us ,
Bradford Square 9 a.m.6 '*A time honored custom and a School ,
p m.; > Feb. 22: Bradford Middle have dropped. out, said Supt. Duncan dick. '
pm time consuming custom," Supt. Jun Feb. 29: Vo-Tech Center.' "Thats right,"said Baker Commissioner -
Duncan described the annual visits, Inmates Helping...
March 7: Bradford High School Pre-K James Croft,."Enforce
Upcoming.,. and asked board members Jan. 18 if Handicapped..
March 14: Starke Elementary. 'School board members were invited ment action ,will begin, was the
Public meetings scheduled in;the, they wanted to continue the prac March 28: Southside Elementary Supt. Duncan suggested to the by Operations Director Len- words Secretary Twatchmann
tice. board, and got no protest from any: to visit Southside
coming weeks are: i April llr Hampton Elementary. nard Register used."' ,
Board of Governors, Chamber of "I'm all for it. It'. the best thingwe April 25: Brooker Elementary. board member,that a wing of the old Elementary and Lawtey( Elemen- Once the interiocal agreement' is
Commerce: noon, Thursday Feb. do," said Chairman Len Schlof- May 9: Lawtey Elementary. RJE school' in the Reno area of tary which have' been painted' by signed for the 13 county Master Plan
4, SFCC Starke Center man. The other board members May 23; District'Administrative- Starke be renovated to house a pre- area prison inmates. it is a committment for indebtedness
Discussion of Camp Blanding as seemed to agree the local visits supply Offices. kindergarten handicapped programfor for to 40 < I
''The Inmates also solved drainage up years.
the board with valuable information next fall.Duncan .,., ,
a possible site for Florida's Hazar::: at both schools. "It's the This being locked in for a long \
and that ended the discussion got permission to use the problems '
dous Waste Treatment facility is 'Drop Out Prevention.. first time in 12 years that waterdoesn't period even though new innovations j
except for setting he dates. school board architect Spiros Drives
set at the Kingsley Lake Civic In waste disposal techniques might j
Board Member Hall said A new improved plan to help to look the of RJE In puddle at Lawtey Elemen-
Center, Saturday,Feb. 6. A Rodney over wing ques-, ,, be forthcoming any day, is what'"commtaioners i 1
.' covered dish supper will be held at the meetings are supposed to be for students who may drop out of school tion. $50,000 in state funds are tary,' said Principal Buddy Pater from most ,of the J jl
7 p.m., followed by speakers and a finding out the needs of each school was adopted by' the school board, available to be.used for the pre-K son. repaintedsee "regional counties fear, j
question and answer period.' but always develop into much more Jan 18. handicapped program., Supt. Dun-,; Inmate crews have also Another fear expressed by manyof I
School Board: at BMS, 7 p.m. ,than that.. The school system Is now serving can said he and Denise Adams, the School SHe..p. the PAC members is the long if
Monday, Feb. 8. It Is the first of the Supt.Duncan told the board he has about 10 percent: ,, or some, 438 coordInator'' of exceptional pro- ( ) hauling distances under the regional I

school board's meeting at individual plan. Hauling costs can change overnight j
schools to hear the needs and in all likelihood will rise \\
first hand. Judge Denies Motion 'to Prohibit Orange St. ,Rezoning considerably. Is the feeling of most. IA
BMS Spelling Bee: 9 a.m.Tues- This leaves distant counties with a \\n
day, Feb. 8.Brooker. -' burden not being considered In the IJ
Council: 7:30 p.m. by Buster Rahn to delay the action. His decision to retail shops on Orange St.are led by' In the meantime, Belco Enterprise Master Plan. II
Tuesday, Feb. 8, city hall. oCT Staff Writer deny the petition was announced Jesse Sandberg and Lee Black; who ,; owned oy Guy and-Tom An- DER will have to accept a goodplan )
..Hampton Council: 7 p.m. Tues- Circuit Judge I 'Mickle Tuesday Jan. 19., have been active in making their objections drews,is now free to pursue its plansto if the three counties have one to IB
day, Feb. 8, ., denied a motion for a temporary inJunction -! known to local governing build on the property once it present. Riddick said "We need to (
Bradford Extension to prohibit the city from City'Attomey Terence Brown said bodies. meets the requirements for set, work on this thing with DOC," said' IB
Homemaker's Club: 10 a.m Thursday rezoning Belco property on OrangeSt. his office could have prevented the backs and other criteria mandatedby Senator H
Feb. 11, agriculture building, ""plaintiffs from speaking at the hearing With the motion for an injunction the Enterprise Holiingsworth has Indicated -
US301N. ;' but he feels the Interest of all denied Attorney Brown says the Belco site plans were In every case when 1 have
BC School Board: 1 p..m. Mon- Judge Mickle heard residents of might be best served by allowing' lawsuit is still pending awaiting further reviewed by city commissioners spoken to him. that a cubreglonal
daY Feb. 15, administration the Orange St. area Thursday' Jan. them to have their say in court. action by the plaintiffs."Its just Jan. a, and returned for correctionsby a-co.'Move..ptA' )
building. Regular monthly meeting.., 14, outline their reasons for wanting Residents in the area opposing sitting there," Brown says., the architect (See :

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Talk about'building' t minimum, .."......_,....." a w'-1 IM wants
security annex to the county Jail to; DOC answers,to some of the Jail's
house "weekend warriors was problems. .
revived again Monday, Feb 1, by The jail is currently: cited for: 1)) a
sheriff polph Reddish. unvented stove exhaust hood in the
jail, and 2) for not hiring 4.2 additional
Secretary Richard Ougger of the
employees,. at a cost of about
Department of Corrections has
assistance in promised $100,000 per year,to operate the jail.
drawing plans Both moves would be ,
for the of the unnecessary
enlargement usually ,
the sheriff has repeatedly told the
overcrowded jail, said Sheriff Reddish -
Commission ChairmanLawrence commissioners. But, Reddish said
Mosley appointed the Monday, DOC is again suing the
the DOC cited deficiencies.
county over
sheriff. Commissioner Maxie Carter .
Jr., and new county attorney R.A,
"We do have real
(Buzzy Green to work on .plans forthe space problemr
the sheriff told the commis
sion. The 'jail has a cap of;20 inmates
There are 27 beds in the jail. Mostof
but has 27 bunks.
the problem occurs when the
weekend The Sheriff's Department is now
warriors crowd into the
insured through the Florida Sher1fC'sAssoclahon
I jail. The weekenders pose no escape whose attorney phoned
problem or threat to the community, Sheriff Reddish* and asked if the suitcouldn't
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Sheriff Reddish out the
pointed to a<
Commission. be settled, the sheriff told L
County commissioners. That angered him-
See. Dugger has expressed a keen
Reddish said
own attorney wanting -
interest to the jail problem here,
to settle. "They want us to Just
said Sheriff Reddish
who's greatly roll over, play dead, and throw the
encouraged since twice talking to money at them. I get aggravatedwith Southside Elementary Straight-A Students...,

Sec. Dugger. Sec. Dugger has people up in Tallahassee withno Earning straight-A's at Southside School Third row, on knees. Chris Sembroskl, Rusty Warren, Kelly Rankin
directed Acting Inspector General concern about spending the county's six-weeks Elementary for the second Terrl llolloway. Somantha Belcher, April McKinney, Jeremy Lawson,
Dennis grading period, which ended Nov. IT,
Vaughn to work with the were (1-rH
money" said the sheriff, who First row, seatedBobby Rodgers' Phillip Christopher Mollerup, Michael O'Neal, Brand! Tomlinson, Leigh Johns,
said Sheriff Reddish. Pombier Freddie
county Stephens
takes pnde in having the lowest Nicholas, Tomlinson Randy Chesser.
per Jason Lee, David Wooley, Brett Kevels.! Erica Maines,
'A 10:30 a.m. meeting is set today capita cost in the state for law en Second row. kneelingChristina Moods Adam Marchse Back row, landing- Crystal Evans, Amie Long. Scott Thrift Julie
Thursday, Feb. 4)) for Sheriff Red- forcement. Heather Patton, ''Ashkea Beil''" 8. Angie Ryan Lane Lee. ,,Joshua Davis Loper, Shannon Safer, Karlyn Bailey RAchel Coleman, Jeremy Scott,
dish and three members of the DOC Reddish said DOC will supply the Elder, Casey Moore, Busby, Tougaw Jody Sean/ Connaughton, Malt Odom, Trent Patterson.
planning staff, Reddish said Tues- plans,. and the county will have to
day. Sheriff Reddish told the county provide the money for the annex.

I Second Meeting Set ''by Group Opposing Hazardous Waste Treatment Plant Here I

A second meeting of a group of The 13-county: group considering a been talked about but tne deal was ty uses the money from the state'to waste assessment protests with wrote 'he does not agree with the
residents protesting the location of a solid waste treatment plant for gar- never finalized, as the commissioners repave its portion of SR230. The city Solid Waste Director Darrell solid waste assessment. "We dun't
hazardous waste treatment plant bage voted to send a letter to the thought. wants assurance the bridge over O'Neal. either, but we have to have it,' said
here is set at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. s, secretary of the state Department ofCommunity Alligator Creek Is in good shape,so No allowances were made.,for Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr
in the county commission meeting Affairs protesting the Green Welcomed.... the$167,000 it receives won't have to hardship cases. The fee will be In general, solid waste
room in the Bradford courthouse. way the location of the hazardous Newly appointed county attorneyR.A. :be spent to repair the bridge. assessed. If the fee goes unpaid, a assessments will be charged (or
Mss, Claudia Godwin I asked the waste, treatment plant has been (Bu2zy) Green was welcomedto lien will be placed on the propertyand every household or every house ormobaJe
/in 'handled said Commissioner Rid-' 2-Cent las Tax... home is liveable and '
commission for help opposing the the board. the county will collect when the that has'
plant and mentioned the lack of a dick. "' "I've been outfitted with a'pair of The county will mail 'to the property is sold. In that manner electricity and water hookups. The
meeting place for, the yet-to-be- Commissioner Wilbur, Waters ;cast iron underwear," Green quip municipalities, in the county inter-' nobody will lose his home because of board may exempt some buildings
named group. Commissioners of-1 wondered, "How can they do. .' 'P Green local agreements on the additional non-payment of the solid waste that, upon inspection by O'Neal or
fered the courhouse, and Mrs. God', something like this?" noted that he and partner '2-cents tax on gasoline, to be. effec-, assessment. Building Inspector Wayne Mundorff;
win accepted. The group met last "Because state law 'supercedes' Johnny Hobbs, who is attorney for' tivre Oct. 1. O'Neal said some 200 protests re-' did not have utility connections! or
week in the Bradford Family county laws answered Chairman the school board, have severed their The board made,the agreements' main to be acted on. The commis 'appear to be livable
Restaurant. ,Mosley.. professional association as of Feb. 1 run for 20 years like the agreementson along treatment of the first 70 protests As O'Neal laboriously went
Commissioners alsoi| told Mrs. to avoid any possible conflict of in the first 4-cent. gas tax. will give O'Neal some idea of through each protest,' the pile of
Godwin her group can vile the courthouse Cable-TV..., terest. Green and Hobbs will con how the county should treat the com' paper in front of him diminished too
copy machine to reduce expenses ., : tinue to practice from the same office -" 'SW Assessments... plaints. slowly for Commissioner Joe Kid-
of mailing information\ Anew cable TV firm is being on Washington Street. The\ commission went over 70 solid One protester,George Hernandez, dick, who asked" "Is that a' bottomless .
'"1 want to know how,each of you checked otttrby the county to see if it Green said he and former county pit?
feelssaid Mrs.ii?\ Godwin. qualifies to provide service. The attorney Reggie Flynn are interfac- r
Everybody needs to maize the hazardous ,firm appeared at the Feb. 1 meeting; ing the county's Work. For instance,*
waste plant a topi topic said to seek permission to provide ser Green has Flynn's rough dralt of a
Ms. Godwin. "'We/need to think vice here. The matter was turned culvert ordinance and will finalize
about that we're leaving our grand- over to county attorney Buzzy Greento ,that for the board.'
children...good airs clean water," check the firm out. i
,Mrs, Godwin said. Clay Video, Inc. currently has a SR-230 Turnback....
franchise to provide cable TV ser. Commissioners instructed ,attorney .
Chairman Lawrence Mosley spoke, vice in Bradford County, but it is not Green to send a proposed YOU .ARE INVITED
'up first. "It is the general concensusof ,an,exclusive franchise. agreement from the Department of
the board what we will pass a Transportation (DOT) to the City of
Swamp Swap...
resolution opposing a hazardous Starke. '
waste,treatment plant in Bradford Attorney Green was also given the Plan is for DOT to return SR-230- to ':The- Superintendent and School
County and any area site," said problem ,of drawing up legal the county and city so the city portion .
Mosley. documents to swap the Suwannee of the road, from the east city Schools
Commissioner Maxie Carter said. River Management District limits ,to Orange Street, can be' Board .of ,Bradford County ,
';'I think you can feel sure this whole 120-acres in Santa Fe Swamp for, repaved forthwith.
board is with yoil down the line." about 20 acres of land adjacent to the Atty. Green had already sent 'a invite the public to an Open House
"It didn't even come through the county landfill. The swamp draft of the turnback-proposal to the
North Central Florida Regional land is virtually unusable; timber City Tuesday night. City fathers urged Program at 2:00 P.M. ''Sunday
Planning Council (NCFRPC), said cannot even be harvested from it. city attorney Terry Brown to pur- ,
Commissioner Joe Riddick of the The swamp land was donated to the sue the turnback agreement with all'
location the statewide hazardous county by Ronnie Newman. possible speed. February 7, 1988, at the: NEWLY.
waste treatment plant. The county and SRWMD swap has The county wants to be sure the ci-
REMODELED Bradford High, School

BrookerGel ls Back-up Water Pumpwellhead. Auditorium.

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by Buster Rahn cure the existing well at the .
BCT Staff Writer Farmer's Market, and determine Two firms submitted cost
Brooker's council 'approve*! expenditures the well casing to be in operating estimates for installing the submersible A brief'' the Music
to install a pump and provide -\ condition for the installation of a pump, with Myers Well Drilling program' 'by .
electrical wiring to assure a back-up water supply. In recent Co.,Gainesville, being the lowerof
water supply in event the main well weeks, both goals were reached,and, the two,with a bid of 2500. Clyatt Departments of Bradford ,High: School --..
or'' pump failed to Junction, m its the town was able to implement its Well Drilling Co., of Lake Butler bid

regular council meeting, Tuesday plans. $2,964 on the Job. and remarks by officials and other
Jan 12.CounciI'man The ",168 offer by Crutchfield's The council accepted the! lower of ,. j ,
C.J.: Stalnaker'' has' Electrical, Inc., of Gainesville was the two bids, awarding the contractto will' be
been working several months to pro- accepted to provide electricity to the Myers Well Drilling.OldTimers ,citizens, presented.



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Tom be played at Bradford High .School conclusion of the program.
this Saturday, Feb. 6.
All former Bradford High baseball
VALENTINE players are invited to participate in len'Schlofman' OD., Chairman Jim Duncan, SuperintendentBradford
the game set at 1 p m:This will be agood
County' School Board Bradford County Schools
opportunity to preview the 1988
with love... Tornado. baseball squad '
.. Old Timers wishing to play should
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( Scout Hut, thanks to the efforts of the building's chain link fence and E.W. HOdges provided, the Troop 70 presented certificates of
James T. Wamwright and his work rewire parts of the building as well. materials all at his cost. approclatlon to James WainwrIght,
crews from the New River Correctional Getting some valuable help from The scouts are currently under the Lt.Akers and Lt. Griffis a pprecla.
Institute. local contractor Richard Torode leadership of John Schmidt, with the bon of all the hard work they, have
Person! from the Institute were with the wiring work, the project assistance of his son Dirk, Byron done on the project to restore the
supervised by John AKers and JC. still took over 130 man hours to-com- Green and Lee Hardenbrook.At building. They also, presented Dr. .
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Wallace A. Ingram, executive duty, and has been executive director tended post graduate' school thw.,.
( director of the Chamber of Commerce of three separate chambers'of He ,is ,a graduate of ,the Lule r
in Winf icld.Kansas,has been commerce for the past Kansas Carnegie School (How to Win
selected from some 30 applicants to Prior to his Winfield. ex- Friends and Influence People), and" r
be the executive director of the' perience, Ingram headed the attended the University of
Starke-Bradford County Chamber of chambers of commerce at''Fort Oklahoma in 198485. '
Commerce. Scott, Kansas, 1980-84( and at Ingram is a member of a number'Of t
Ingram began work here Monday, Algona Iowa, 1977-80. ,' professional clubs and associations
Feb. 1. He and wife, Ruby have dealing with his professionalcareer
moved to 791 Glendale Street in in chamber of commerce
Starke. Mrs. Ingram is experiencedin work and military related,organizations. e y ..
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A giant step toward revitalizing the Call
Local .
Fifteen Street Historic District was launched this ...
week with the purchase for restoration and
use of the 14-year- ld bank building at the
Civic CenterThe
See Need for ,corner of Call and Walnut Streets.

'C. R. Smith Jr., Gainesville certified
public accountant with a branch office in,
need for a civic and cultural Board of Trustees (for museum. exhibit Starke, announced the purchase of the

center' for Starke and Bradford Countyis space).
shown by the fact that 15 local groups, If, in the future, kitchen facilities'can significance.the 1902 courthouse in architectural .-,.' ;
have indicated their interest in making, ; k
provided' in the restored building it ,
if it is The building ,was purchased from ,
use of the Rosenberg building
will open the way to use for class reunions
Charney Williams who moved his jewelry
rehabilitated with funds provided by a
Christmas parties weddings store into the Winn Dixie Marketplace on
Special Category grant applied for family reunions, beauty pageants W. Madison St. last year. Smith and his
through the office of Secretary of State. fashion shows, square dance groups Starke manager Joby White' said they

Carolyn Autry chairman of the com- ,civic club luncheons, and varied other had CPA admired branch office the building was opened ever here since three the

mittee making the use survey has announced groups. years ago. They are looking forward to doing

that the following individualsand Committee members making con- a complete restoration, returning the,
groups have agreed to use the proposed tacts with proposed users of the buildingwere building, as near as possible,to the beauty
center and pay a reasonable fee and dignity it presented when first openedto
convinced that there is a genuine
the public in July 1914.
after it is
to help maintain the building
need in Starke, as in every town, large '
restored, : or small, for a community civic and Fine Architecture

Agreed Users ,cultural center, which will generate activity The building was designed by Wilbur B. -----
'Bradford Community Player. Brad- in the downtown district, as well Talley of Jacksonville, one of the leading
ford Repertory TheatrelvnSFCC! as., provide ''a needed service to the architects of his time and one of the I, 'I, ,Headed for 1ew Lease on Life I
founders of the Florida Institute of Ar-
Dramatics Class, SFCC Institute of public. chitects. The most striking feature of the
Government, SFCC Fall Festival of With the announced use and restora- building is the Call Street facade,designedin have been located, and anyone owning in. Flemish bond pattern, the frescoed ceilings
Performing Arts, SFCC Fall Arts & tion of the old Bradford County Bank the Neo-Classical tradition and featur- tenor views of the building or knowing in the main lobby, the mahogany, oak
.Crafts Show, Courtney Collier,School of Building in the historic district comingup ing four monumental concrete columns where they might obtained, is asked to and bronze millwork, the brass fixtures
with ionic ,enriched with egg-and- contact Joby WllIte at 9647913.A and chandeliers, the massive fireplaces
capitals ,
Dance! Salazar School of Dance, Body in the near future, the addition of a
dart molding. historical and the art glass
Inc (aerobic dance) Parenting 7,200 square foot civic center in the and architectural survey
Image : ,
The new owners intend to restore the made of buildings in the'' Call Street "Given its quality 01''design and
Education 'Seminars, Business & Pro- rehabilitated Rosenberg Building, building, inside and out to its original ap- District several years ago referred to the materials, and its association with one of
fessional Women's Club Bradford coupled with the prospect of getting the' pearance, as far as possible. The dropped old bank building as the second most prominent the leading architects of Florida,the Brad-
'County Democratic Committee, Brad- National Main Street program' activated ceilings, installed when the building was structure in Starke.. the first- ford County Bank Building is one of the
ford County Republican Committee, here, would put Call Street backas used as a jewelry store, will be removed to ranked being the 1902 Courthouse "The landmarks of Call Street," the report concluded -

Mona: Canova and Louise .Stern piano a viable center of, activity in the com-. expose the full height of the original bank is a blend of features taken from -
design; all painted and stained woodwork classical architecture and design elements made to for
Plans are being apply listingof
''recitals, Bradford County Historical munity. will be stripped and refinished as natural and building materials fashionable at the the bank on the National of
,and wmdows Walnut Street time of its construction "the Register
wood on the survey report Historic Places, Mr. White said. 'We are
side, which had been covered, will be said. "The blend results in a handsome, happy to become the owners of this
returned to their original design. well-designed structure built of high quali very and
beautiful historically significant
Hazardous Waste Hearing Old Photos NeededIn ty materials." building," he added. "We believe it will
I Outstanding FeaturesOther add significantly to the revival of Call
order to make the restoration as com- Street, and should inspire owners of other
''Urianswer'ed plete as possible the new owner,needs materials and features' of'' the historic commercial properties to
,Left"' Questions photographs of the building's interior to bank, as noted in the survey, were the capitalize on this great asset to our community ,
use as/ a gwde. So far,no such photographs distinctive buff-colored brick:- laid ,in a ," White said

Last( week's belated hearing ,an ''the i area, Bradford, Union and western Clay

proposed location of a hazardous waste' Counties, If the operation of this facility Police Recover

treatment facility in one of three' will be so risk-free and the only incineration Keystone Mayor Asks More ,Data Stolen Car Taken

''targeted counties (Bradford, Clay and emission will be water vapor,, ?From ,DER 'HowSites Selected By Juveniles

''Union), raised more questions than it why was population density such an ob-, on .Editor; Telegraph:
answered. The recent shifting of sites on. vious factor in the selection process?'"
i, 'currently reviewing all published materialon I wish to thank our Starke Police Department
;the'"priority ,listdropping; ,some, high "North Florida is' the most pristine In a letter'addressed to the'"Florida, ground water and the Florida Aquifer in for finding my stolen car., It was

priority:sites from the list and adding of our state/' Congressman Grant Department of Environmental Regulation our area. The City plans to issue recom- stolen about 10:15: a.m.' Wednesday, Jan.'
part and
F. Weston Inc.
Roy ,Keystone
i Heights 28 and found Sunday afternoon in
it-has caused mendations to by Feb. 15, 1988 was
others to some suspicionsand you regarding
f continued. "New River, which Mayor Bill Beam has requested a complete -' the Lake City.It .
", problems with the Camp Blandingsite
doubts about the computerized the land surrounding 'at least three of copy of the technical data on which based on published, professional and was my fault,as I left the key in it for a
screening process, used by the Penn- the sites, flows into two Outstanding was based the selection of Camp Banding technical data." minute while I ran in to get my mall. I.
sylvania consulting firm employed to Florida the Santa Fe and as No. 3 choice for a hazardous .waste learned a very valuable lesson, and so did
treatment facility for Florida. Beam also wrote Rep. Bill Grant askingif I told about It.
assess,the Florida sites. ,everyone
Suwannee Rivers. The Camp Blandingsite the State of Florida was required to
I understand it was taken by juveniles,
These concerns were set forth in a let- is circled by a'' series of lakes, and Beam said information he obtained at a select a treatment site by May I, 1988 and, and it makes me wonder why, on a

ter written last week by Congressman the whole region is 'characterized by ,recent Gainesville ground convinced water quality him conference that the in if so, now this.deadline was established. Wednesday morning, they were not in

Bill Grant to Governor Martinez' highly porous soil." technical data used by DER in its site 'In his letter to DER 'Beam 'also re- school i and if their parents were aware of
Stating i MI am disturbed and extremely There is Federal that selection process "may be short of what is quested information concerning what this? think we have a very fine police
a requirement and I
surely -
department appreciate getting
needed for such an important decision." materials would be treated in the
disappointed with the procedure follow proposed .
every State 'must develop local my car back in good shape. I certainly
plant,where the.waste was generated, and
ed by the Department of Environmental emergency management plans to reactto In a letter to Governor Martinez Bearii what quantities tons( ) of each will be hope the veniles get themselves
Regulation in determining a site for hazardous waste in case of a spill or said., "The city (of Keystone,Helghts) is treated.. straightened"out'and come out of this in '
Florida's first hazardous waste treat ,good shape toot
other accident within a plant. The site Mary J.Smith,Starke
ment,facility: selection process developed by DER

Concerns about the process Were also and its consulting firm placed! ail of the

'expressed by board members of the final five selected sites in rural areas Regional Planning ''Council ,Asks ,DER

North Central Florida Regional Planning -' which are. least equipped to cope with'

Council who have directed NCFRPC spills on the highways or' accidents For Impact ,Statement Waste Sites
: staff to write DER and the Governor requesting within the plant. These counties do not 'on,

: that an environmental impact have the necessary funds to protect r

r statement be prepared by DER before their people from such disasters, and
: the final site selection is made by .the there has been no allocation of State Groups of that the were selection bypassed process and used not Informed to Politics Denied final five sites were announced following a

Environmental Regulation. Commis- funds to help provide this protection. If pick sites for a hazardous waste treatment DER staff member Raoul Clark'who attended more moved intensive up to top-ranked screening position., Raiford .had
i."-"- sion. the State, can force a community to plant in this area continued to file protests last week's hearing, says there is
,17-33,01(3) of Florida become "host"' to such a hazardous this week to the Florida Department of Environmental no truth to rumors that the site selection Less than a month earlier, according to
the Sun report, Griffis
Regulation.At purchased 1.4 acres
': Statutes also provides that "In making operation, it should also help provideprotection process was influenced by political expe- of land adjoining the site for $6,000. Griffis
a Thursday, Jan. 28'meeting, the diency. The top-ranking five- locations
from the dangers that will be ) said he had been interested in
i, recommendation to the Environmental 'J Board of Directors of North Central were based on environmental suitability buying the
: Regulation Commission regarding approved involved. Florida Regional Planning Council distance from population centers, and and land It from was a lust relative coincidence for several months,

fi sites, ''DER shall seek informa, ,A strong case could also be made for authorized letters sent to DER protesting good access to transportation he said. was selected shortly after his that purchase.the site A

Lion and cooperation from other State locating the hazardous waste facility in the selection process and requesting. that,. According to Clark, quoted in the site on prison property in DeSoto County in
'agencies,; local governments, Regional the area where most of such material is as part of the siting procedure an ,environmental Gainesville Sun, Raiford Mayor J.D. Grif- South Florida was ranked fourth in
impact statement be fis met with him (Clark) in November to December, but moved to second
Councils and up
Planning other interested generated. By haying the treatment prepared by DER before the final site inquire about a, regional landfill. Clark after 4. place>
Up to tills has not been located close to the selection Is of letter will -
persons. .now.t plant, generating made. Copies the said Griffis then learned that DER was ,
.done,. point, the terrific costs of transportationcould be sent to other appropriate elected officers looking for a site for a treatment facility In the meanwhile, Baker County which
including the distict's legislative and that few miles from Raifordwas had been ranked fifth when the first 25
'North be reduced, and the potential for an area a
Although the Central Florida
delegation.In on the list. il8tiAwa8 announced was dropped from
.Regional Planning Council had accidents on the highways would also be, list in early January following intense
decreased, since fewer miles would be a called meeting Monday night, Feb. In Decembe I 'according to the Sun' opposition in that
previously been asked to find site Blanding
help a
1, the Union Commission
County choice
travelled from source to treatment story, 25 sites out of an original 10,200 that became the No. 3 Florida State
for a regional hazardous waste collection unanimously: adopted a resolution protesting ,
DER says were inspected were selected Prison ranked No. 4, and the *
point, they were not consulted or' plant.', the site picked on Union Correctional after ,a preliminary study by Roy F. Medical Center at Lake Butler Reception,was No. 5?}
given the opportunity for any input into As Congressman Grant says, "North Institution property on SR 121 two Weston, Inc., a Pennsylvania firm, con- The five "
miles north of Raiford as DER' currentNo. top-ranking sites will be nar
tracted by DER to evaluate the sites and
,the site selection for the hazar Florida should not have to become the
process to three
1 choice for location of the treatment Raiford was ranked 11th at that time., in March after which U*
dous waste treatment,, facility.: 'Theywere' dumping ground for this facility simply plant. final No. 1 choice is scheduled to be mad
as much in the' dark 'about this because other parts of Florida possess'the Present at the meeting were Commissioners On Jan. 4, the Sun .reported I when the, by May 1.,

crucial decision as were city and county' political brute force to refuse it....I Gerald Gnffis, Sydney Todd,
officials and state ''legislators in the urge you to insist that the selection process Gaylord Taylor and Mitch Brannen. Commission -

three counties where four of the five top- be revamped to reflect a more Chairman Marvin Pritchett not County ,Agent's Notebook
present at the meeting, signed the resolu- I
sites located.
ranking were relationship between the pro- tion later., ,

In his 'letter' to the .'Governor, Congressman duction and the treatment of hazardous At their regular meeting Monday,Brad-' Soil Testing

Grant'said: "...< coincidencealone waste., ''ford County Commissioners. authorized '

fails to explain how four of the five '"The selection of the top site by the County Attorney K. A. Green, Jr., to ,A soil test could spell the difference between ween S.8'and 8.2. a level that'. slightly,
best candidates for a facility to treat 1.3 Environmental Regulation Commission'on prepare a resolution of protest to be signed success and failure for a vegetable'' acid, or :"sour"., .
':at their February 17 meeting. garden lawn, ornamentals, or fruit trees.
million tons of hazardous waste a year'could' March 16 should be postponed until '
Many gardeners assume an Carefully follow the laboratory recoiu-
be located ,in one'geographical"'' these irregularities are corrected.:: resolution Clay County protesting Commissioners the selection adopted of Camp a fertilizer and a helping of lime lulu lv hat mendations concerning the amount of limeto

Blanding as possible site for the treatment the doctor ordered for a add. Too much maybe just as bad as too
plant, and asking that DER considera But, all too often, those steps lead to trouble -' little. And, be sure you apply the lime well
final site "that \is compatible with local and unnecessary expense.A soil testis In advance of planting time. Dolomite is a
'government officials,and is In compliance ,the only way to determine your garden's good liming\ agent. But. because it reacts
1,with the appropriate local land use plan., exact needs,and now is a good time to takea ,slowly, it should be added at teat a month
sample 'to' six weeks before planting or even
r The Kingsley Lake Property OwnersAssociation ,sooner if
.Y will discuss the proposed Blan- A soil test can be an invaluable guide for
It will Indicate the toil' content of
ding site at a meeting in the Kingsley Civic you.
available Although a soil test provides important
nitrogen, phosphorus,
Center Saturday, Feb. 6, at 7 It i Is
expected -
p.m. recommendations
on well the
potassium,calcium and magnesium.And, liming as u
that KLPOA will other
Join group kind and amount of fertilizer
it will determine the soil' pH levelthe to apply
i In protesting use of the Blanding site. degree of acidity or alkalinity. By analyzing there' a lot it won't reveal. For example.

Crady Concerned the results, a soil technologist or your ft soil test doesn't show the presence of insects
county agent can recommend the feruliza- nematodes, or disease\ organisms.
Rep. George Crady, now ''attending'a ,,lion\ and liming practices that will producethe And it can't determine whether yourgarden
special \legislative session on malpractice best growing conditions.: \is too wet or too dry. A soil teat I Is
legislation\ said Tuesday be was concerned just one key to success You also nlust.
with apparent deficiencies In the,State The first step is taking a soil sample.' plant proper crop
law that mandated a May 1 deadline on This is relatively easy. Check with your feed, at the right timeewatprogper-
designating a site for the treatment plant county agent's office concerning sampling ly t and control pest and disease '
,in order to protect around $30 million in bags,and testing service Using a piece of In review, a soil\ test will Indicate tile
Only 2 Days Left to ,State superfund money to clean up already pipe or a shovel take core of soil six Inches relative amounts of nitrogen phosphorus
RegisterFor existing hazardous waste sites. deep from at least IS different spot in potassium calcium, and magneaWfinyour -
your garden. Avoid unusual areas,such as garden plot as well a* the pHTevel.
Crady said there was no provision in the wet spots and burn piles.Thoroughly mix You can use this information to determine
Super Tuesday Primary,March 8 law for state aid in helping host communities these cores together to make one representative how much of particular, analysis fer,
purchase equipment necessary to sample.Put this mixture In a sampling tilizer, and the quantity of lime U any to
cope with spill or other accidents within bag,complete the accompanying information apply. And, taking a soil sample Is a
Books Close Sat. Feb. 6 5:00 the plant or on the highways. He said it sheet, attach it to the bag and mail relatively simple process you can perform
: pm was not clear bow the plant would be owned t'(to our lab for testing. yourself,Information from)'OUI'COUDty -
and operated, whether by city\ county agent'a office.But remember,a soil\ test
state or private ownership. Crady said be The soil pH, uxiicated by the teat, will is no substitute for good management. It's
planned to meet with Lieut. GOT. Bobby determine the need for lime. Most just one of the basic iteps along the path to
'fl Brantley and discuss these concern vegetable grow best in a soil with pH. bet- a productive garden.

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School Menus '=- 7- .,. :--! !I''
'h.eds'1 Cbeee.burgeri. cerndoge. plaza, 'j Weddings:,; ,
frscb tries, milkshakes,
Feb. 8-12 ,,-, Pun. cheeseburgers. -.lop. i i
Bradford Elem.*Middle School franca fries,raiUuhaaaa, oJ.l.nd.yi Schluier-Canova To V

*!-.y. Qmaaourtar on Bun. tatar ala, fries,mllaahaaaa Pun,,hamburgers OJ.FuMsy ,corndoga,ranch Wed Saturday Feb.:, 6

=].:.milk.row:c.1bt, I.-.dUIad, Each day, Managers students chotca bar a day choice oIa not finch r r The marriage of' Miss Kym L. *

pear W.*ball....,hot. roll, milk' salad bar or.-_...a. Schluter and George A. Canova, Jr., t'r f
chicken, rIee. '
gray pees will be solemnized
-.., fruit cup Macuita, milk on Saturday,Feb.
Tfc.rma.jri cklll. aracaara, celo_..ilaw. trek), Announcing.* 6 at 2 pm. at the First Baptist
chinamoa mi aillk Church of Starke.A o -i ir ir
Friday. Manager Choice 0.,. Carol Ruth Murray reception honoring !the couple 6

Bradford High School Mr. and Mn. William Allen Mur- 1 sa will be held at the Starke Woman'

MoMUjt Macaroni ft cheese,eomlof,cabbage ray of Starke'announce the birth of Club immediately' following the
slaw, fruit,eookW,milk. a daughter, Carol Ruth, born Jan. IS ceremony.Invitations.
Timdajft. whaler. en bun, ranch tries, green in Gainesville. She have been sent to rut-
weiged 10 pounds
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coconut oka, milk.uoury of-town Musk, rice t gravy turnip and was 23 Inches long. members and guests only. Family
grown, apptoaawia, brownie, biscuits, milk Maternal grandparents', are interested friends are
Tkuradayi, fan pie with' lettUce end tomato, Wendell Ford and Carol Culler of cordially invited to attend.WeeksRoberson' i4
muk buttered con, fruit jtUa, butterscotch aquana*' Gaston, S.C., and Hampton. Great-

Friday i Manager Choice Day. grandparents are Mr and Mrs Lyle '' &
,A-la-Carte Moulton of Brooksville. Monica Marie linen 1
Paternal and Randal Andrews To Wed Saturday
Monday: Plea, franca ,flu a, hamburgers, grandparents are
mutaiukaa.O.J. Richard and Ruth Murray. GreenAndrewsEngagement Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hall of Lake
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City announce the, engagement of '
Told their daughter, Christie Ann Weeksto ,.

Baby ShoeBRONZING Mr. and Mrs. DeRitch Green of Jeff Roberson of Lake Butler, son
Brooker announce the engagement of Mr. and Mrs.Babe R. Roberson of

of their daughter, Monica Marie, to Whitwell Tenn. 11'
SALE Randal William Andrews, son of Mr. Ms. Weeks Is employed at Lake '1'
and Mrs.Ervin Andrews of Starke. Butler Apparel. Mr Roberson is
Monica is a 1982 graduate of Brad- employed by Nacossa ,Packaging 4,
250/0 ford High School and is currently (formerly Owens-Illinois saw
employed as a hairstylist at Wmdy's. Mills).
Haircuts in Gainesville The wedding will be Saturday '
Randy is a 1980 graduate of Brad- Feb. 6 at 6 p.m. at Florida State i.
DURING ford High School and Is employed as'a Prison Training Complex in Raiford.
1 OFF FEBRUARY draftsman by fat Welch and No invitations are being sent. All

ONLY Associates.The friends .and relatives. are invited to e
wedding will' be held Satur- attend.

Style 51 Unmounted day, March 19 at 4 p.ra. at MadisonSt.
Shoe. Bright\ Brume Baptist Church in Starke. A Mrs Kevin Lord

NOV* reception will be held following the Wllllams-Ollve

t r; DNIY S131th ceremony in the fellowship hall of 'To Wed Feb. 20 Dianne/ Wood and ,Kevin ,Lord
the church.
Reg. $17.05
.'' No local invitations will be sent: Mrs. ,Annette Williams and Mr. Wed in January :23
All friends and relatives are invited. Raymond Williams, both of Lawtey, Ceremony
Now is the time announce the approaching marriageof
to save on bronzing their daughter, Andrea Denise, to Dianne Elaine Wood of Starke and Donald Kevin Lord of Keystone
Christopher David Olive, son of Ir.. 'Heights were united in marriage on Saturday,Jan. 23 at S p.m. in the Com'
baby'S precious shoes. With ma O'Neal of Raiford and the late mumty Church of Keystone. Officiating in the service was Rev. Rob Mon-
every adorable scuff and crease Lloyd L. Olive.

preserved In solid metal ." The wedding is set for Saturday, ford.Dianne is the daughter of Ms. Elaine B. Wood of Kingsley Lake and
they make priceless gifts for your ,I' Feb. 20,at 3 p.m. In Heilbron Springs Leslie H. Wood of Starke. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.J.Ellis

family to cherish: through Baptist Church. A reception will Byrd of Starke.
) '' \" follow, in the fellowship hall of the Kevin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lord of Keystone and the grandson -
J '.'.; ; Epps-Barber Make' church., of Mrs. Shirley McKinney and Mrs. Betty Lord both of Jacksonville..
No local invitations are being sent. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Edith Asbell, also of Jacksonville. '

Wedding PlansMr. All friends and relatives are warmly Straw mats decorated with pink, burgundy and mauve flowers, sprig
invited to attend. ivy burgundy and pink satin picot streamers accented with white doves
Mrs. Harold W. of
Epps adorned the doorways to the church. The pew markers, held aislecandelabras'
SM,31 yy Wpd Stile 4S.PortnK StandWalnulyapwa.plit Starke, announce the engagement of '
'/OlIh'.o." ,."..'.as.e...... (otth ixio him) their daughter, Angela Melissa HilliardMcIntire'Wedding .t of with flowers glass and globes pairs of and white burning doves.tapers with 'similar ,arrangements '

NOW 21.72 NOW $44.22Mag.KM Btil4Bnwut' NOW ONLY Epps, to Mark Edwin Barber, son of Friday, Spiral lighted tapers and candelabra trees were decorated with deep-,
Raa.i2ttSSPCCIAL Reg $6650 $49.88 Mr. and Mrs..,Winston, H.' Barber. of forest and
green sprig ivy, pink burgundy roses and eucalyptus.A ,
-Baby'a ........ bktMatt "IQoAud-only 2M par krtta Starke.' ,Mr. and Mrs.:Tommy Hilhard announce light arch candelabra with sprays of mixed greenery towered high in the'
Angela is a 1984 graduate of Bradford the upcoming wedding of choir loft. Centering the chancel was a large heart-shaped arrangement
Many of your favorite High. She IS'employed by: their daughter, Carolyn Hilliard, to holding lighted lotus cups with flowers and white doves. Ficus and areca
mementos can be bronzed. Eckerd Drugs and is attending San-, Albert McIntire on Friday, Feb. 5 at trees along with Boston ferns were used at vantage points. '," ,I
L Boots of all sizes and ballet ta Fe Community College. 7:30: p.m. The wedding will be held at Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. David Canova, pianist, and Mrs 1

slippers are also available at ford Mark is a 1985 graduate of Brad' Pine Valley Congregational Holiness Mona Canova organist. Mrs. Patty Kay Elder sang several solo selections .t,
High .and is attending SFCC Church.
accenting the ceremony. ..
SALE PRICES! also, while being employed by New reception will be held at the' The bride was escorted to the altar" by her brother, Randy Wood, and

All styles In Bright Bronz. Antique Brcmz .'*"'.wt.r'. Silver, River Correctional Institute. Woman's Club of Starke. Ail friends given in marriage by her family. She wore a gown of Duchess satin,feature ..
Gold and Porcclainin ., at SALE PRICES-25% OFF! The wedding will be held Thurs- and relatives are invited to attendthe ing a Queen Anne neckline. The fitted bodice was heavily apphqued with,
day, June 2 at 8 p,m. at the Camp wedding and reception. silk Venise lace motifs and sprinkled with tiny pearls and SeqUins. Tlie
SALE ENDS 29CHASTAIN'S Blandmg Chapel. A reception will be 'Leg.O-Mutton sleeves were adorned with matching lace and pearls form- t
at Kmgsley Lake Community Center Ing a point at the wrist. The full skirt was appliqued with Venise lace
JEWELRY '& GIFT!, following the ceremony. No local invitations medallions and pearls. Deep ruffles cascaded down the back of the skirt,

104 W Call Street Slarke 96+-7271 will be sent. All friends and outlined with matching lace and terminated in a seml relatives are invited. finger-Up veil of sheer illusion was attached to a wreath of pearls and sequins
., 'r"---1'i'. l'j', forming a deep-vee shape on her forehead. Pearl earrings were her'' ,I
.II I II 1 only adornment. .
{Jt! .rf1 Rehearsal Dinner. Held' The bridal bouquet was a long flowing cascade centered with a large
IMPLINES pink tiger lllly surrounded by phaloenopsis and stephanotis orchids, pearl
For, Wood-Lord Wedding leaves sprays, lilly-of-the-valley and Baroque lace and satin streamers.
Miss Melanie Wood, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor Bndal attendants -
Mr and Mrs. Lord ot
I& Bobby were Mrs. Mitch Holsenbeck, Mrs. Rodney Jackson, and Miss
4I entertained members of
iii Keystone Donna Thornton all of Starke, along with Miss Lenore Welty' of
the wedding of Miss Dianne
4 party Tallahassee,' and Mrs. Kevin Schetz and Mrs. Greg Garrison both of
Wood and Kevin Lord January
on Jacksonville. Miss Krista Lord sister, of the groom was the junior
22 the rehearsal at the
following ,bridesmaid. They attendants wore long matching dresses of pink taffeta.
Keystone Community The shirred bodice had a sweetheart neckline/ and pouf sleeves, The wrap
Fellowship Hall Also attendingwere
out-of- skirt featured a large self-bow at the waist
family members and The attendants earned arm sprays centered with a pink tiger lily,
'town .
I OF! LOVE il Wedding guests.bells, pink balloons and burgundy phlox, burgundy and pink pearl accented lily-of-the-valley tulle,
of clustered
ficus trees decorated the hall The and burgundy streamers. They wore headpieces pink roses
tables were decorated with pink and flowing pearl accented lilly-of-the-valley. _
The Miss of the and the
cloths and accented with' burning flower girl was Ashley Lord cousin groom 1
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lord of Gainesville. She wore a white
tapers of pink white and burgundy
flowers. ruffled dress with a pink sash. .
The were served a buffet Best man was Mr.'Bobby! Lord, father of the groom. Groomsmen were' 'tl 1
Keith Lord (the groom's brother). Hat Wood of Starke (bride's brother),
and !
of barbequed ribs
What better consisting Timmy Lord of ,Jacksonville ( of the groom), Michael Chapman,' ,
'chicken baked beans cole slaw and
2 Greg Garnson, and Pete Ward untie ..Junior groomsman was
lemon ice box i
pie.Approximately Palma of Ga. Gabel of Keystone was ringbearerwho
time than sixty guests at.. Danny Riverdaley y
tended. carried a white satih and lace pillow with silver hearts engraved with: j,
'VaentindsDay'to! '''the bridal couple's names and wedding date. '
: Miss Kathy Hopson of Jacksonville attended the bride's. book. Mrs. Jack

Happy Valentine's Day, Sarah! ,"Andrea Williams Honored ''Eaves, directed the wedding. .
,We love you! The reception was held at the Starke' Woman's Club. Greeting guests
express With ,Bridal, ShowerMiss were Mrs., James Duncan, Mrs. Lowell ,King and Mrs. George Winkler.

love. Andrea Williams, bride-elect: The bnde's book was kept by Mrs. James,Blackshear and Mrs..Evelyn
your Mom & Dad Griffin. _
of Chris Olive, was honored with a
The was centered with the bride's cake table covered'With '
that 28. reception room
bridal Jan.
to shower on Thursday,
The shower was given by the'' a white satin and lace cloth and flounce.,The three-tiered central cake
very special l ''ladies of Heilbron Springs Baptist. and four two-tiered( satellite cakes were joined by stairways decorated
Church m the church fellowship hall with pink and burgundy flowers, 'white doves and streamers and
person. Special guests were the bride's highlighted by a flowing fountain. Cutting the cake were Mrs.,Ruth Merkie

''mother Annette Williams, her and Mrs Edward Ripplinger. ,
Simply typeor Amanda grandmother Maida Williams, and Assisting in serving and attending guests were Mrs. Dwayne Alday,Mrs.
the groom's mother Irma O'Neal James Murphy, Mrs. W.T. Smith, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Jimmy Ritch,
print yourmessage I love you.. [l,, and grandmother,Marzillie Wolfe. and Mrs. Robert Wood. I' ,
in Will! you marry me? The hall was decorated in the, The groom's table held a two-tiered( red velvet chocolate cake topped it
\ bride's colors of mauve and blue,'using ''With fresh fruits and served by Mrs. Floyd Baker and Mrs. William Stroud..
own large bows and a floral center, 'Serving at the punch tables amid lighted ficus and areca trees were Mrs.:
,your Waiting anxious'ypersonal The refreshment table ,Tommy Blackshear, Mrs. Dale Brown Mrs. Mildred Cuttino Miss Lisa
l way! Tom featured the I cake surrounded by Reddish Mrs.Marjorie Thomson, and Mrs. Pat Scoggms. ,
matching flowers and candles. The gift table was attended by Mrs Ada Lee Robeson: Reception music
The honoree was presented with a was provided by Joey Herres. Mrs. Owen Alvarez prepared the bride and
corsage upon her arrival and receiv- groom's cake and was coordinator of the wedding and reception. ,
ed many lovely gifts' Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vance Evans of Green Cove Spr-
ings; Dr. Gordon Falkvor of Interlachen,' Mr.. and Mrs. Rob Kruis of

.' \ Dlckensen of Tallahassee,Angle and Misty Heath of Opelika Ala.,Mr.and
'Mrs. Bob Palma of Riverdale, Ga., Paula Boner of Chipley, Mr. and Mrs
Danny Lord of Hawthorne, and Anne Stowali of Springwood Va.
"'= -. Love Lines Order Form ---I i of Bradford School attended Santa Fe
'r'-I FLEA'MARKET' The bride Is a graduate High ,

l Write your message here. Cost is $5.00: per ad. You may. 'fI Community College and is presently employed by' Stellar Group Construction *' -
Jacksonville. .
I pay for your Love Lines in person or by mail. I II II The Company groom is in a graduate of Keystone High School and is employed by

i Checks and money orders are accepted. Make payable to; I II : Haskell Company in Jacksonville. '

I(Telegraph it' YARD: ''SALE Following a wedding: trip to St. Augustine,and Tampa, the couple will

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Black History Month 90th Birthday \" ,:,< "
Celebration SetSt. ',. r.1\.; !

I Johns Missionary Baptist by Buster Rahiif ;Ii''; .,
Church of Lawtey celebrates Black 'BCT Staff writer
History Month Sunday Feb. Staff members of Suwannee River ,
11:30 a.m. at the Youth bay Service. Economic Council (SREC) and "'<1,' ,I'" "," t I"" '.
Speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy friends of Mrs. Roesie Rosier Red- '. r1r ;,' 1
Moore, ,a Bradford County School\ dish paid tribute to her during a ,.
Teacher. The public is invited. special birthday dinner, Monday,
1 'Jan. 25,at the SREC congregate din-
ing room in Starke. The celebration
Chicken Dinners On marked her 90th birthday.
C Sale President of the SREC board of
at Sampson
Church of God Reddish with a lovely arrange- 'p

: Sampson City Church of God will ,ment of rosebuds. Lawtey ,Mayor
\; < and Mrs. Marvin Rosier presented
.., be sellmg fried chicken dinners Friday -
M3 gifts from friends and staff
i' Feb. 5 from 11 a,m. to 2 p.m.
-. The dinners will cost $3,50 for members. Mayor Rosier a cousin,
: .." .f \ related of her life to the
f\\ t t'II" highlights '
(.. ,adult dinners and J2,90 for children:
,.. .' \ assembled : '
11 group.
plates, and will include fried
Born Jan. 25, 1898 near'' Lawtey.
f ;. :
chicken beans salad,
,( green potato Mrs. Reddish Is lifelong resident of
I. t' -C' I.. roll, dessert and tea. Bradford a She attended : ,
(';' ,, ,,'"- Call Rev. Gene Bass 964-5864 for County.
Rosier school near her home as a T..
'. t free delivery or come to the church.
{ J*," ": child, and attended Florida Normal .,.". -- .
0 Institute in Madison Fla.,
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.....-_....., ) ..J Io Gospel Sing Set graduating in 1914. In ,those days! Mrs. Rossie, Reddish
.1IoId\., _. "Normal" schools preparestudents -
At Church of God to teach in rural schools.

Mn and Mrs. Bobby Wood There will be a gospel sing Saturday Mrs. Reddish taught school for Planning your Special Day '

Feb 6 beginning at 7:30pm. at several years, prior to working at
the Church of God of Prophecy. Inc., Camp Sanding during the war' ,Smart Brides always

2138 N. Temple Avenue, Starke. years. choose our famousInvitations
Guest singers will be Joyful Sound Marriage to William Reddish
Hollingsworth- Wed Jan 8 Pastor ''WI' Laney invites followed the job at camp blanding,
with five children being born to the
couple. Two sons continue to live in

Ms Barbara Masters Holl- lace,uuii'uropped into a tea-length the area, Maxie Reddish in Starke,
ingsworth of Starke and James T: flare with a scalloped hemline. The Work, Days Raising and Henry Reddish in Lawtey Mrs
had a high neckline with lace Reddish has 14 grandchildren, 15 ,
"Bobby" Wood of Cave Springs,Ga.t, gown Starke ChurchThe
were married Friday,January 8 in a' ,appliques and an illusion yoke with, Money For: great grandchildren and 2 great- s>!

7:30: p,m. ceremony held at Camp an open back and long lace sleeves Starke Church of God Chris great grandchildren, five genera.
Blanding Chapel. coming to a point at the wrIst. tian Singles in Action Ministry has tions.
The bride is the daughter'of Julia The bride's bouquet was earned the first $50 toward their William' Reddish died some 25 f ", '
w. UnderhIll of Starke. The groom is cascading enchantment fillies transportation project by raking the years ago Marvin Rosier said, but ''
the son of James C Wood of Rome miniature carnations, larkspur, andEnglsh yard of Ms. Helen Wells on Jan. 30. Mrs. Reddish comes from long- Good tale needn't expensive.Our beautiful Flower Wedding ,.. :
Ga. ivy with sprays of seed Ms. Wells prepared a delicious living stock. Her mother be Line catalog prove this with over 500 samples of outstanding I '

The focal l point in the chapel was a pearls interspersed throughout. The meal for the workers. A great time 106. Invitation.Announcement and: PersonalIzed Accessories, ;
gold arch candelabra with 15 white bride wore a 23-diamond heart food, fun and fellowship made the created using exquisite pa pen,lettering style and workmanship, ;
tapers, accented with a 9-taper' shaped* necklace with a solitaire diamond work go by faster. Participants in- It feature Heliograving"raised lettering,elegant as the '
candelabra on each side.: Matching in the center* a family cluded Howard Spratlin,Dave Good. finest craftsmanship yet coiling little!Come see our complete
/Standing baskets of pink and white heirloom: Betty'' Hunt, Jan Corbett, Ursula election and choose the perfect invitation for your wedding
gladiolas, pink roses and larkspur, The groom's, best man was his 'Starling. Helen Wells and Millie.
white chrysanthemums and gyp- oldest son,James Allen Wood, with More workers are needed to get in- Prompt Service tad Outstanding Quality

sophilia,blue carnations and statice his'youngest son, Anthony and his volved on the next work day. Come LEILAS DRESS A GIFT SHOP
were accented ''wIth varieties of nephew Jamie, Crews, serving as .to each C.S.I-A. meeting end be in-. 519 SO. WALNUT: ST
ushers.A formed of all activities.
foliage, maranta sprengeru upcoming
,. reception was held at the home
Family aisles were marked with i of the bnde and groom on Rd. 235.
bouquets of fugi mums, carnations,.' Arrangements in shades of pink and Singing Fitch, Family,
gypsophilia,'statice and larkspur in blue roses, carnations, mums, gyp-,
,shades of pink and blue. Chapel windows ,sophilia statice and spreneeri were At Revival Meeting
were' decorated, along with 'used throughout The bride's table Rev. Don Fitch .and the Singing
'various points of interest throughoutthe was covered with a white lace cloth Fitch Family from Milan, Term, is
Chapel. ''wIth a blue underlay and royal blue holding a revival meeting, at the 'Ignace Paderewikl one of the
Rev. Raymond A. Williams, Sr.., satin bows at each corner A three- First Baptist Church in Lawtey. greatest 'concert pianists of all
performed the ceremony. Nuptial tiered white wedding cake was top- The services will run through Friday time, wait also premier of Poland
music was provided by Organist ped with a miniature bride and night, Feb. 5, 7 p.m. nightly.
Ray Norman, and Soloist, Mrs Ver- groom with acents of pink and blue' There is also other special singing
non Reddish. Silverbranch, candelabra with each night. RIVER WAMSUTTA ., $
The bnde was given in marriageby white tapers were placed on either Rev. Grayson McNeil!, pastor, Invites ,N. W DAILY
her uncle, Edward A. Winkler; side of the cake. everyone to come and. join us in AVERY DRESS PRINTS.' YD. 9-9pm.
The brides oldest daughter, Ms. Mrs.:Allen E. Taylor and Ms. Nan these special services.Dedication -
Julie Marie ,Hollingsworth, was cy Smith served punch. Mrs. .
maid of honor.. The bride's youngest William E. Starling greeted guestsat Service SPECIAL 1
daughter, Ms. Elissa Jo Holl- the door, Mrs. Scott Evans and '" .ALL'I
/ y r NO'S
Set at Bayless1 '
Baptist 1Ir
ingsworth, was bridal attendant. Mrs. Robert Underhill cut the cake. 'nm'DDDlu. PRICE'
The attendants wore pink' ,tea The bride's book was presided over Bayless Highway Baptist Church n ... 2
length satin sheaths with spaghetti by Ms.Paige Tyler,.assisted by Mrs. 'is having a memorial-dedication ser- PATTERNS LIMIT!! .
'straps,and an overlay of lace that Kenneth Snow.Following vice in honor of Mrs. Essie L.Crosby .
dropped' into a cascade-sweep a wedding trip to and Barney C. Collingsworth, 1000/0 PURE POLYESTER
hemline in the back. Satin covered several Georgia cities, the couple deceased. Pews will be dedicated at TNURSDAY
closures accented the back with full! will reside at their home on Rd. 235. this time.
length fitted sleeves at the wrists. The bride is employed as a Dedication services will be held FIBER-FILL
They wore gold'puffed heart earrings Registered Nurse on the oncology this Sunday, Feb. 7 at 11'a.m. =ATU oAY
and necklaces given to them by floor at North Fla. Regional Medical Everyone is invited to attend..
the bride and groom. Center of Gainesville The groom is Bayless Baptist is located on Rd.225 JUMBO 12 .1. Bag
The bnde's gown was a royal blue employed by Shadd Trucking Co"? of (Bayless Highway). Limit 2 # Zer
: lit)
sheath with an <


for a very special, REGULAR S1111 OCI

DAR, Elbert/ Chapter( : 'couple,. Carlson Craft BUTTONS ( 0,

Studies Name Origins SILVER REPLATING wedding stationery NOTIONS
"Pick own"
Katherine'Redfearn spoke to ''the expresses that indi your '
'Col Samuel Elbert Chapter of the' AND CRAFTS
DAR at their regular monthly' vidual, quality, Come 50
meeting held Monday, Feb. t at the REDUCED 25 'see our wide selection / 1 Oc '

home of Mrs. R.H. Reitinger Buttons TIEMIIDOUS331tf.

Redfearn,Excerpts, Book"were read' explaining from '"The the' ,No charge for straightening, todaylChastaln's! t

origin of names,,which were initially DURING FEBRUARY ONLY: """J!:. ""' ''' ''
identified by their locality or occupation SPECIAL GROUPING!
& Gifts
Later, coat of arms were ,Jewelry YEEASS3 (
,used for identification.Mrs. .
104 W. Call Itr..t 9.4-7>71
.David Taber, Regent, presided nA Downtown Stork 43.dor'.w p..l.oo-tsip.. YD.
over the meeting. Mrs. Lucille i
Starnes gave the devotional. Mrs. "
Herbert Thomas gave the report on f'
.National Defense using material ) ,
from the DAR magazine article by', LdV9 I

.f ,Phyllis!} Schlafly
Mrs. Reitinger cohostessesMrs.
Starnes and, Mrs. Florence ,
Harris' served cotfee. cakes and {Uj. '

finger foods,Mrs. Kitty Martin and ,
Mrs. Edna Williams were guests. 1 "
4 f I You Family'sHunan

'C3', ( ',' ,. Make I'YOUR :old ,Silver

'I'',:. look, like NEW!
February Luncheon Set ... '

For Woman's Club, Every Item Replated at Sale Prices, '

: The February meeting of the :
Woman's Club of StarKe will begin For Instance .of ;

with a luncheon at 12 noon.A very interesting tiny t is an excellent;: {lime, to lake advantage ..,. :
program on International of those tow low prices lo have your worn' lutta rip >.c. ,1". ,
Affairs has been planned by chair ci4vtirare( antiques. and family heirloomj, TMpot $118 95 t>9.21replatiicj I,.',: ', *t' I1))(." ;
man Maria Stephenson and her com Mo- l Ike new These pieeos, are now Crt m.r.. 62 95 47.21 .', ;;;'fCHINESE'REATACJRANT: :;:'(Wft' '; ', ,; /:
mittee, composed of Martha .
and make ,
CilTerwillegar. rrtoMj'valuabla mart ever worv Candtoftlck : ,1' '>1'4-; < '
'Clane, Lu Sanders Liz McComb, donut! gifts All work HEAVILY SILVER ( In) 8.95 5.21'' ; .;, ,'
Edith Hernandez, per ;' 'I 1"; r' EAT-IN or TAKE-OUT'; '/" ,:,." : ,
PLATED by our,skilled, silversmiths and Sugar Bowl 68 95 J1.71" '\ ,. '"I"
Aurelia Byrd and Melodic Marge Sapp.Stillwell, Sale; ptltes apply,Id ALL pieces Tray (perM Specializing in Polynesion Drinks Beer Wine ,)' : :I''," ,
Leila Mundy '
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Ail members, and guests are |. In.) ,55 ,.41 "' Lunch Specials I -$ .95' '\ ":JI 6j'il r:.' j'- ':,' ;:

welcome., / ," ,'
7 Days a Week /1.f/' ; .
Full 25 Year Warranty on all silver replatlng. | "0)1', ) ') ';, I.'I,
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,LOTTERY; i i; Mon. Thurs.. 11:30-9:30: : Fri. Sat. 1130: -10:00: .' ;,;" .J;:; :; .
REPAIR POLICY:roes oem. REMOVAL..mi&q. seal_w mnfFM. ,',
Lunch Buffet 'fl.
Sunday 11:30-3:00pm: ; ,
TICKETSON ;,,(, "; ", i i'I.
'OKI 122.15 fOfl ANY KINO AND Hi UOmOtUL REMM,M mUM.hM. Mmfvt. ;' "" : r. "I
SALE HERE on wy.....M............MudM loMwdn bcoUn tan** kg.knoto,M.pnlj .'" '.' I

( MMpUm_.*fat part nod asses..y*...*........) .., :; ," Formerly Lee's,Restaurant ,' i 'j

"Ak about our FREE 800 N. Ave. w
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Lottery Ticket. SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 29 SMMngSDMrrap l

BRING IN SILVER TODAYCHASTAIN'S ragutorlovkwFREE ra 'f Phone: 964-6601 :


226 ot US 301 Ldwley 104 W. Call Street Downtown Starke 064-7271 Our Chef comes to" us from New' 'York's China Town, .' ., f.'.



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I ."tbruar3'i.IIIM8 TELEGRAPH Pate 7A


I Lady, Tornadoes Working Up Some Momentum as Districts Approach I i


The Tornado varsity girls posted .... WIIh.m..O, -I*.1. Wllltatra4-l/ll.A. Mmtixxu had 7 rebounds and 4 points. O,...V-.4((6'J$ s....Qt....9.14" I tl,,win',
their 99th five-man "tll.7, K *u....}.II.-.. C r. MUMM" 0.1/1.1 ,_., dr Th..f.en 1,t/4-90 '._..*.ft 104P >.t.._..
win since girls gp Bradlord beat 0. Vanguard ,55-40
:JJ-IO-M/4' )' >..lm5.l3, brow' I.o.a MOgoft'Fn/1 I / Dm r!
.V\ .
basketball has been reorganized at I._.._ ((1')0) towmwi 4-J/H4: Clmo: shat i a l0' Dec ,,3 m Ocala, }.0-t, lam I.H,ToMII i,II)W 63. i 'I'' ," :1. ..r,,
Bradford High School. t.I/2-I, WMI I.3/4-1. Thome* 1.0-4. *._ '-..1. ,.. 1 "*m....'4 Mlh (JO)), t|t.."" 19 14, 'it WIIIIWM
The BBS five has 10-7 record ad- .tag!.""", frn413.1/14-01. CK...Vwitmt t 14 M W Mr. 141 SrlgM JO-4' ,Co., ,.* 1,0 A- $r-, ,'.
a t ...t<>,4 Hull' )' > !' M :I;99: M. .Wllltpou. 3 :I < >.. Tonll, ;.. ;:). '
ding wins of 57-48 over Live Oak m a BUS 57 w Live Oak 46 "

road game and swamped In- The Tornado girls got on a roll in
terlachen 74-31 for the 99th win Tues- Live Oak and went 57-46 by Suwan- -
day night in the BHS gym. BBS bow nee High in a road game Monday Zrto
ed 63-30 to state ranked Ocala night Feb. 1. NOTICE "
Vanguard Jan. 28 in the BHS gym. The quality playing time of Roberta -
Williams and Annette Simmons '

Upcoming.,, against Vanguard proved to be a key
BHS hosts Gainesville High in the Live Oak game said Coach

tonight (Thursday Feb. 4) for a 6 Slater. ,
p.m. JV game and a 7:30 p.m. varsity Eyvette Covmgton and Carrie Register Vote
game. BHS WIll: be going for Its Musson could not make the tnp due
100th win In rhodern 5-man girls to illness and two other BHS starters "a
basketball. J were not up to par. So, Roberta

onday, J eb. 8" BHS goes to started and, Annette came off the y
KeyslocB-'Heights for a return bench to give BHS strong defensive
match. BHS upset KHS 49-48 in the play and to help keep the Tornado : REGISTRATION BOOKS
BHS gym Jan. 22. Games are at 6 running game going. ,-. \
p.m. and 7:30: p.m. "The running game and pressure I': ,, '
Next Wednesday, Feb. 10, BHS 'defense were the key,:' said Coach \ ,\!;," CLOSE
travels to Ocala Forest. Games are Slater '

at 5:30: p.m. and 7 p.m. BBS kept the basketball away \ I,, FORPRESIDENTIAL
from the Live Oak big girl, Tammy :

BUS 74 .Interlachen 31 Fowler, who was still high for '.
Felicia Davis scored 24 points and Suwannee with 16 points. PREFERENCE

grabbed 18 rebounds as the Tornado Up by nine at the half"we'just {
girls five routed Interlachen 74-31 'shot them down In the third
Tuesday night, Feb. 2, In the BHS quarter said Coach Simpson. BHS
gym. scored 14 points, 10 in the last three
Bradford tan''a man-to-man minutes of the period,' while Live

defense keyed on keeping the ball Oak managed 2.
Felicia Davis has 16 of her 20
away from Interlachen's leading February 6
Sebelle points in the first half and 12 of 19 re-
scorer Bowman, who was ,
bounds. In the second half LO put
held to 14 points for the game,and to
two girls on Felicia and Rhona
take advantage of the smaller and
Bright picked the slack.
slower' IHS guards Kendra Butler up led with six steals, '-s 1988 5
Unknown 'to Felicia Davis, the p.m.
Monica Williams led in assists and
Santa Fe college coach was at the .
setting up the others on the,.fast ;,
game to watch she and Miss '

Bowman Davis put on qwte a show, break. Latara Jenkins also showed Coach ,....."

including going coast tc coast on the Slater what to from her Office
expect next Election
Fast Pass. Open
fast break and scoring several times ..
season.The J V scoring star came up
over Bowman. from the JV to help because BHS Lady Tornado Kendra Butler bring the ball down court for Bite ,
Sat. Feb. 6-9 5
driving Moruka the Williams basket and did a super off lob In had only'six players going. Butler lead. the team In steals and seta the offense from her .position a* point am to pm.
passing In the 4th quarter BHS got' out of guard. '
the second half when Interlachenwas
its and slowed the down
playing man to man. Williamns and press stayed far enough ahead game to win. Leading 10-9 at the end of the first Coach Slater said, he felt it'a good / :'
ended the with 8 assists and 12 period. BHS had Vanguard worried. PHONE 964628ONeva
game Coach Slater said he didn't want to time to put m some reserves to yet\ : '
points. Rhonda Bright played well run the score up. some valuable playing, time. The '
down in the low post, scoring 12 110 '14 It 7 The BHS half-court trapping defensewas teserves played ,most ol the third, Flynn '
points and getting 8 rebounds. WM_Hk II II 1 II 4* causing turnovers and keeping and fourth quarters. The O V starters '

Roberta Williams added 12 points 6-21a.*f./ _. ....Hlfh.....,((11.II>,*Oovll. WHIIom 10-0-10 I.0-J,M..ultorlO4.Simmon. .William.. Vanguard olf balance. stayed in.. "1 think It helped our Supervisor ElectionsBradford
and continually kept the IHS guardsoff I...a,Jockton 1.-. total' 37.3/3.97 reserves. because 'It game ,themquality'
balance. Kendra Butler added 6 Smmi_ (a f Fowl,,r 4-J-l,*. Grohom "2-0. ', County
P.. .. 1-00" Dew......4 Johnio*3-O-. SlnglvtonI In the second quarter BHS went ,, piaymgtime.'r ,
points including one basket by get. .O-l. robin, 20.0. -.-..., cold scoring only two points. ,"We' Monica Williams led BitS 'with'16points i 1/2a21nlyi3fti.' '
ting the rebound and putting it backup Felicia Davis had 18 '
J Vanguard 63. BUS 30 missed layups rebounds, and short I
before her feet touched the floor and 4 : Konda Bright
make said points \
BHS bowed 63-30 to' Ocala jumpers we usually ,,
Carrie Musson forced numerous tur, Vanguard on the Bradford High Coach Slater. BHS was down by 11 at
novers. Annette Simmons ran the floor last Friday night Jan. 29. the half. Third period preyed to be a 1

man-to-man defense. When you shoot only 20%, 12 of 60, repeat of the second period. .
i..*/....HI'l> "Jl W I* 11 ,,."It against a ranked team, you cannot By the middle of the third period
t II 4 7
...Me"(7. HI/h) f.Davit!!.til.U.,*.Irlgh" 5-1/HJ. "expect to win, said Coach Slater., BHS was,;down by ,25 ,points, So.

I Benefit Basketball Tourney PlannedWQIK

radio station will sponsor a .of local businessmen. To. find out more information
benefit basketball game Friday The game will be held to benefit about the contest-call Mike !Sandersat :

March 4 beginning at 8 p.m. in the. the Bradford High School basketball 5332070.
Bradford: High School Gym. program in various ways including 'Admission will $2 and more information .
the purchase of new equipment and about the availability of
Thegame wilt feature disc jockeys helping cover the.cost .sending.,, tickets will be included ,in next
and other employees of the WQIK local players. .to Summer Basketball .week's Telegraph.

competing against a team made, up Camp.

School SiteMeetings

E.I.DUf ONT DE NEMOURS a COMPANY, INC.("duPont").hoe mod.written re- R; ,
queat to Bradford County Zoning Director for the Bradford County Comntl* ExTRA GIN

lonn of Bradford County to IHUO a SPECIAL PERMIT to mine tho .property' DRY' '3u: '
deicrlbedi. -
(from page lA) All of IfM lands lying w..t of U.S.Ml (S.R.200)); all of Section 24; all of Section 1.75 urea I

the BHS gym inside. It looks better 23. e..ept th.Wo t 1/4; all In Township 4 South, Rango 22 ...t.' and located 4 39.9 w' St8 IIACrtRPI nDTI

right now than it has in years. mile North of Lawtey. CQ1riS
The board authorized letters to be Th. Bradford County Zoning Board will h.or and review this written request at Q J
written to the inmate supervisors at regularly tcheduled' meeting. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, NIB 7:00 P.M.., a ,
of Director Register. Council loom ShI....City Hall. The Bradford County Zoning Board will tend their
the suggestion to recommendation to the Bradford County Commissioner on MARCH ,, NIB, and
don't remember
times we
"Many tho Bradford County Camml loner* will hold a public hearing on this requett
say 'Thank YouV' said Register MARCH 1*. 1MB 7:30 p.m., In Commissioners Room. Bradford County Cour- ,.y w' 4iy-
thouie Sto..... Florida. I
Old Canning Plant... At th... public hearing. any person may appear In person or by agent or attorney. fly
Supt.-Jim Duncan said he is thinkIng THE BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (governing' body) shall take <1 _
of saving the old canning plant final action on tho permit request by either approving approving with conditions 5I

building, the concrete building or denying... permit request.Appeals front decisions of the appropriate governing -
,directly in back of the BHS gym. body shall .be heard a* set out In Section 27 of the Bradford County Zoning
The building is currently used for' Regulation::

ROTC and social studies classes., Director. g
Supt. Duncan said the building Bradford County Zoning IMPOEDRTP' ,

currently on the list to be torn down Section 55.3.1,, ,
will be saved if inmate crews .canI I Bradford County Zoning Regulation. Itchg'2/4 CLUNYr ; \

renovate it., ..... I I SCOTCH :, I ION

Construction..;, MAXVILLE, ; +4i LT5 CtUNY -'
Architect Spires Drivas said he V' ,- i92or. .kacx y

was still holding up a payment until on the r,, _....., _.4_, DUVM._. Cat_. _._
BHS science laboratory CLAY Ca,
items ,are corrected. The state ,; ,
t tIAih
,Department of Education has'inspected f Y I'
and approved the project .
." *I1RADFW4D i
Drivas said.Drivas ,
also said he is working on ca' ,n a ,, .
plans to re-roof Phase I of the Vo- -1 +e,
'Tech Center the main construction CII ,

problem for the 88-89 year. .. f ,l. Y 1 I w.1,:* aAM
Drivas also said the BHS PlffM' Ifr'm' II' 0 _
auditorium renovation, done by ,.- 41't.1I '

Robert Kelly Construction Co." of '!Tl HIGHLANDt' ,, V. N r LORD '
Gainesville,was about complete, except siV J
for some last minute punch list ;, 'J,,' ,
.I '
,t .' f '
items., <, L CALVERT (
.. .
'Move ,, "'r 'j' !/ LT5 LITER, ,Ii 1 1 1
3-Co. 399or.
.Y :
0. : ; 0 : MUt .t 4I
(from page IA) .d ,: ;t : I I- '. I
as-the full WERTi
group would rate the same
13 county group. "
Joe Riddick. -
Commissioner"We, need tp get our' figures LEGEND ..

together call Secretary Twat- :1'
chmann dick added.and go see him again* Rid- f .u* f5ZMAXVIUE: arc:,

The State land does not belong! to '

the Department of CorrectiOI1ll. said ,, 1::::+:.' 'HlQUHO. ,liTE
Jerry fierier, representing DOC at

the trustees meeting.of the Florida It belongs Internal to Improvement the- ': r.r: '.rl
Fund."But that to not a H 'T J, .
be overcome"he ( {.ir ise

paid"Thecannot is favorableto 19a -si 11oN. Tow4SM?. AMO PMIGE oa+NE.R WR4ES

Tri-county agreement." 12 OZ.
the lurreSTARKE >?/
Based on delivery of waste with no r r CANS ,
about half a million
' recycling, LITE
dolUrs would get things started for '\:' -=.:: .r 12 PAK 5 .
and DOC, It was REGULAR,
counties ,
three ,
estimated. A lined landfill couldbe (y (1 I .t MAP A-2 & DRAFT 199 ,

.tarted small and expand a. need- aaa w e.ww a.ewaa
eeL Or private enterprise could be 7 o..w w- new ..asW .,.

to handle the wastes .0, __.
hereby*lessening V the liability of thecolmties. o...::0, .... .. -- --



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Pace 8A TELEGRAPH February 4,198

_ Legal Notices Hampton HilitesIN / I

NOTICE OF APPLICATION ty. Florida, Civil Action: Case No.l NOTICE Meng cousins and close friends with a for.

'The Suwannee River Water Management 66-495-CA on February I, 1988, we will MARION C THOMPSON has mode application Phone 468-1815 mat tea. party at the home of her
THE CIRCUIT COURT District has received permit applications tell, the following described property ly for SPECIAL EXCEPTION-HOME eraotoother,Mrs. Paul Meng. This,

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR EIGHTH BRADFORD for surface water manage.ment ing and being situate In Bradford County OCCUPATION for Beauty Solon,: In New Aril al..r wauelebratlon: / of her tenth birth
system as follows: Florida to wit occurred on Jan. 24.
COUNTY separate building to the Bradford County day which
FLORIDA Application: 488.00027 A portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of'' Board of Adjustment on property that I Is Ashley! Lynne Waters, Decorations were In the Valentine.

JUVENILE DIVISION Date Received: 2/2/1988 Section 29, Township 6 South Range 22 ,classified EA, (Agrl) and, described Harold and Donna Waters'' of theme. Party tables were covered
CASE NO.. 17-28-CJ((3-887) ,BRADFORD PLACE INCORPORATED East In the City 'of Slarke. Bradford .below Graham proudly announce the birth with white lace cloths and held an
IN THE INTEREST OF; POST OFFICE BOX 160247 County, Florida and being more particularly 7.25 acres located two miles Northof, of a daughter, Ashley Lynne born assortment of decorated cakes
CHARLES J. HALL MOBILE, ALt 36616 described as follows: Starke off West side of U.S, 301 In existing Jan. 28 at Alachua General. She cookies and party snacks.
DOB: 2/15/87 Individual permit application to construct For point of reference commence at building. In Section 10, Township 6 weighed 7 lb. 3 oz.and measured. 19 Guests were dressed In' formal
,A Child.SUMMONS and operate a ..urfac.wot.rmanall.m.nt the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 South. Range 22 East, Parcel 3/4'Mong and costume jewelry. The

AND NOTICE' system on approximately and run thence South 87 degree. 18 02074000000.The Paternal grandparents are Harold gowns consisted of an interview
OF PETITION 13.89 acre of land In township 06 south minute East along the Northerly bound* Bradford County Zoning Board will and Alice Faye Waters of Hampton. entertainment editor
FOR PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE Rang. 22 east, section 32 Bradford dory thereof a distance el 25.04 feet to review' the application and make a Louise by a society : portrayedby
STATE OF FLORIDA: County, Florida. the Easterly boundary of the right of way recommendation to the Bradford County Great-grandmothers and are Florence April's encourage! Wanner.:
Newman of Starke
Prolect Description: DEERFOOT VILLAGE of Epperson Street run thence South 0 Board of Adjustment for their public Guests were by s her to
TO:' RUBY ANN ELMORE Application are on file for public Inspection degrees, 30 minutes East along said hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m., 'In the ,Waters of Lake Butler. Leo donate good portions of their wealth
Address Unknown at 'district headquarters and 'Easterly boundary a distance of 410 feet Commission, meeting room of City Hall. Maternal, grandparents' are to charitable causes.
of Starke.
written comments concerning any of the to.: point of beginning. From point of 209 N. Thompson St., Starke. Florida on and Nadine Thornton is Georgia Hampton ElementaryPTA '
CHARLES WILLIAM HALL applications above may be filed. with the beginning thus described continue South Tuesday February 23. 1988.At this time, Great-grandmother Raiford.. Meeting...
Address UnknownYou district no later than 2/23/88. Those persons 0 all will be heard this Thornton of
degrees 30 minutes East along said person concerning The PTA will hold a meeting on
who wish to be advised. as to any Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feetto application a* Specified In. the Bradford! Iiospitatlzed..5Mr .
night Feb. 9 at 1 at
or. notified that a petition proposed. agency action and provided an County Zoning Codes Tuesday p.m.
a point run thence North 89 degrees, Nate Hall entered Bradford .
under oath of which l I. attachedhereto opportunity to request an administrative school. All parents are encouragedto
30 minutes East a distance of 98.08 feetto Director for treatment last Friday. '
hat been filed. In the hearing regarding an application must Hospital attend.
above styled a point: run thence North 1 degree, 10 B.C.8.of ADJ.
David is at
Mr. Brown a patient
Court for file a written with the
the request Suwannee
minutes West 2/4 .
a distance of 75 feet more Itchg Gainesville. New Employee. ,
CHARLES JUNIOR HALL, a male child River Water Management District Rout.' the VA Hospital in
or to a point bearing North 89
born on F.bruary 13, 1987,' at 3. Box 64, Live Oak Florida. 32060 no" degrees, 30 minutes East from point of Visitors... Mrs. Sallye Scoggins began work
Gainesville, Alochua later than 3/15/88 ing at the school last week in the
State of
County. beginning: run thence South 89 degrees, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. of
Florida to the Department of Health andRehabilitative Itchg 2/4 30 minute West a distance of 97,2)) feetto Community Service, and Mrs. Francis Meng had as assisting para-professional Mrs. Earselene position Zimmer.
Services for
subs.qu.ntodoptlon point of beginning. "St. Edward's guests last weekend their sisters and 1
By : with the Chapter Program.
,and man
you are hereby NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Sold sale shall be at public sale to the .
to be and appear before the REZONING AND AMENDMENT highest bidder for Cosh and In actor.dancee Respite' Care is offered by brothers-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Awards Ceremony..

Honorabl. George H. Pierce, Acting OF THE LAND USE PLAN with the aforedescrlbed Final, 'members of St. Edward's Parish Staffer of Genoa, Ohio and Dr. at 9 Awards
On Feb. S a.m. an
Judge of the Circuit Court,'at the Bradford An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Judgment. Said sale shall be held at the who have completed a training and Mrs. Paul Vasques of Sandusky,' Ceremony will be held at the school.

County Courthouse, at 1:30: o'clock Land Use Plan Element/ and Main (East) Door of the Bradford County .course for this type of care. Ohio. Students will receive Certificates for
P.M. on Wednesday, March 2. 1988, at On Sunday they held a family reunion
Courthouse In Starke, ,
Mop by County Florida In accordance Florida at 11:00 This is a ,volunteer program in' Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance
Starke, Bradford County, Florida. with the .local Government a.m., Eastern Standard Time, on the 7th which 'care-giving Is available to with children, grandchildren,
You must .Ith.r appear on the dot. day of March 1988. aunts, uncles and cousins by the achievements.
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as for disabled ,
persons caring or elder
and at the tlm. specified or send a writ for GILBERT S. dozens. Out of area relatives came February Birthdays...
provided In Chapter '143 of the BROWN ly persons who cannot be left alone.
t.n response to the Court prior to that Florida Statutes.TO CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Volunteers from Orlando Orange Park, In- Feb. 2-Joseph Rowe Timothy
time.Your failure to appear or respondwill : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Interested TERENCE M. BROWN. r,A. quested, come relief homes to where re-, terlachen, Keystone ,Heights and 'May and Joe Roy; 4-Angel Pons;
be treated giving caregiversfor
ai a consent to the permanent Attorney for Plaintiffs'Post Tallahassee.
persons short S-Mark Rhoden, Scott Godwin, Jen.'
commitment and you may lose You and each of Office Drawer 40Stork. periods tune. ,
you are hereby qnd April Entertains... ny Johnson, Melinda Hughes;
all For more information
legal rights to the child please caU
as a parent or herewith .. Florida 32091
notice In accordancewith
given .
Gnffis Jean
children homed In the Petition for Per. Betty Dazinski (964-7952) or Dolores On Saturday afternoon Jan. 30 April Searcy,
Florida Statues that the Board of ((904)) 964-8272 .
Clark 7-Kelli King, Miriam Brown;
entertainer ;
manent Commitment attached to the (468-1915) April Scoggins
Summons. County Commissioners of Bradford ;2/4 2tchg 2/11 Natalie Timmons and Matthew
County 'Florida "have,' designated th
WITNESS My hand as the Clerk of Sold Bradford County, Zoning and Plannln Mullis.
Court and the Seal thereof this 22nd day
Board to conduct a public hearing at t',
,,of January,'1988. regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In th -

GILBERT S. BROWNAs Council Room of Stork.City Hall,.Stark.,
Clerk of Court Florida on Tuesday, February 23, 1988 FISH

2/4 4tchg 2/23 and make a recommendation to the BUY ANY '
Board of County Commissioners and the
Board will consider
on W"' ,
JUDICIAL I CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD 16. 1988 at the CommissionersRoom SONY I Jl"1
Bradford County Courthouse
i (,
Starke Florida at 7:30: p m. an
CASE NO. 86-64-CJ((2807)IN Ordinance relating to::' CONSOLE"TELEUISION
THE INTEREST OF;' ,The rezoning of the following describe. ,
,BRUCE E: HOPKINS, JR., .ed. property and amending the Comprehensive .
DOB: 10/8/83. Land Use.Plan to provide' O -- '

., A Child.SUMMONS AND that land currently,-zoned OR : and FVH4OOOHeadquarter' ..

NOTICEOF designated by the plan as Agriculture, M Stock For' *'
PETITIONFOR ,be rezoned to, CN. and designated in 299
PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE Neighborhood Commercial the property Romoto
follows two acres, lots 74 and 75 of L.J. CflSH 899 [ FISHER Control Reg. 399.00
TO TINA HOPKINS KITE Plat out of Parcel 00880 In Section VCR

Address Unknown ,,12.. Township 7 South Range 21 East 'Get 100 FREE 'System 'Programming'
located 4 miles Southwest of Starke and 120 Watt
BRUCE E. HOPKINS SR. one mile West of Hwy. 301 at C.R:227 '
Address Unknown < \and C.R.223. for convenience store with Lottery clcet $42 p"4mm.*'

gas pump (Special Except. 111'1 CN). ThisIs ,
'You are notified that a petition compatible with ClUP. .
under oath' copy of which is attached You are further given NOTICE that a
,hereto has been filed. In the above styled -' copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I.

Court for the permanent commitmentof available for your Inspection at the office ENTERTAINMENT
BRUCE E. HOPKINS JR.,a mole child. of the Director of Zoning and Planning HOME

born on October 8, 1985 at Fort My.... City Hall. Thompson Street, Stork*... ,
Lee County. State of Florida to the Florida. "

Deportment of Health and Rehabilitative Each and every'person having any Interest CONCEPTS
Service for subsequent adoption and whatever In the enactment of this
you are commanded to be and proposed ORDINANCE should appear
,appear before the Honorabl.George H. ''and be heard at the time. and place Bradford Square Shopping"ter'
Pierce,Acting Judg.of the Circuit Court,: prescribed." t
at the Bradford County Courthouse, at BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY 'I. Starke 964-6946 v/ -
1:30 o'clock P.M. on Wednesday March COMMISSIONERSBY
3, 1988, at 'Starke,' Bradford County, : Gilbert S. Brown
Florida. G.S. Brown C/.rk'/ ,
You must either appear on the date tchg 2/4"

and at the time specified or send a written -, Super Bowl

response to the Court prior to that Savings
time. Your failure to appear or respondwill NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

be treated as a consent to the permonent .! REZONING AND AMENDMENT' /7.
commitment and you may.lose OF THE LAND USE PLAN IB FISHER IZEIFISHER7'
all legal rights as a parent to the child or An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
children named in the Petition for Permanent .. Land Use Plan Element and -
Commitment attached to' the' Mop by City of Starke. Florida In accordance 120 Watt Stere-
Summons. with the local Government Comprehensive .
WITNESS hand the Clerk of Sold Planning Act of 1975 $189
My as
as pros
""'== "" 26" Monitor
Court and the Seal thereof this 22nd dayof vlded for In Chapter 163 of the. Florida ek Bi"'i Stereo ,

January ,1988., Statutes. 4 .
I GILBERT S. BROWNAs ,TO: All Citizens;Taxpayers and other Interested :Sslevisionw : :

Clerk of Court persons w. N-... ....- ....--
3/4 4tchg 2/25 The Starke Zoning and Planning Boart : Disc Player

,conducted a public hearing on Thursday Any tEE"= .. :.. Compact
,i' NOTICE OF INTENTION' ,,January 28, 1988,' on the below listed Buy .rr.,e1.-. we.y' rpe was..-
TO REGISTER rezoning and amendment to CLUP am -.---
FICTITIOUS NAME will make a recommendation to the Cit SonyWatchman
Pursuant to Section 86309 Florida of Stork Commissioners for their' consideration 0
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the and action at the preschedut
undersigned. AUNT J'S GARAGE,' INC. ed final hearing for this application fa '
P., O.' Box 1047 Melrose., Fla. 3266*,. rezoning and amendment of the Com I'' Stock Fisher O

Joanne Lawler; President and Harold J,: prehenslve Land Use Plan on Tuesday, n"" Compact
Lawler. Secretary sole owner' doing February 16. 1988 at the same sail
business under the firm name of GREEN place at,7:30: .p.m. An ordinance relatlni Get Disc Player

POND CONSTRUCTION P. O. Be. 1047, tor 01 ry
,Melrose. Flo.. 3244 Intends to register Th. rezoning of the following described 70 FREE* $3800 f
said fictitious name under,the aforesaid property and amending the Com
statute. prehenslve Land Use Plan to provld P.r M.- I y......'
., Dated this :28th day, of January. 1988. ,thot lands' currently zoned RIA anc
In Putnam County,' designated by the plan as Single Family.
'2/44chg2/2S? Low Density be rezoned to R2A and Close' Out 'Special
designated Multi-Family, low density
., the property of EARL C. FINDIEY THE

NOTICE OF INTENTION ROOST INVESTMENT,INC., described as Fisher,'26" Console Stereo ...:

TO REGISTER follow: TolovUion With Built-in MTS Tuner, With All Thoao._tur.*...
4.58 acres located at Southeast corner .
FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant of Parker Street and Wilson t' FWw prea two.nom to WnwonMd _rivse7as $2' 100audoI -
Rd.i Parcel
to Section 86309, Florida .. ,tun m..m t,e M_ Velue'I
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 04508 oo.'Section 34. Township 6S.. "'"', o-"' By comartno s x*eeeo 'zee MTS(Muwtwv* tv Sound' )
undersigned. Warren Range 22 E..,to be used. for multi-family .10.9' liiuiiHuiflriiuliiDfi.ei s 12O Mtt par McnmirTrctarmri ..... stew' On Sale
D. (
Fletcher Star "
f.Q. 'enpMKi and sway tl) rrrar_
with than S unites :
Route Box 20 Crescent City. 1'10.32012: no more density per -- f", rpaa' L_' W.Cte w spy s MgtS a 'ItOW.e pe Qenvrcn.r__
sole acre to fall under exemption for plan a : ..t15_E__ 00
owner, doing business under the pocUa--- 1988 I IHT..1
firm name of F t R Rental, dba In Home map amendments I and, is, compatiblewith S a l I'e ycurH rt.W ogr.m Awl.uNrl .=",-,- '"msUs' t:amvauaeH
CLUP. wear ramM eared aces you K> rnP, ,
Medical 107-F oc_
West Edwards M.Starke .
PIe. Intends to register said Ikfltious -': You are further given' NOTICE that a, -.y mnXKM a :::=-:=:d-' ... --con ?"*, PLUS 20O Movies
COf Mn M l
'name under the aforesaidstatute. copy of said proposed. ORDINANCE Is.. rt 0 leg '.$698 y.;. '-d.i ed man.h/e Conx ..CtMTMon iv mOWOM Aultopt VCR' ,. PJLEEI
available for your Inspection at the office .- .. .DuoIc-Dodo_
of the Director of Zoning and Plann, Stock .TOUfcn w.TTreee Man_| _" woc.a.ui.yr., .d DutOwto Pay 87000
Doted this 28th of -
day January 1980 **ouaunano Feim _tod yl ,eCumOgMAUFMSMoTuwv '
Ing.209 Thompson St., City Hall. Starke
In Bradford I .. *' Per Me.After
County. ,' '.JtJJSSi 1"1'1' '*
Florida.. $31.00 per mo. r. u....
r 2/4 4chg.2/lS: Each and every person having any interest -, :fautwrerprdrrulmWrr.nRM- .. '".:;: $ .==y.--""'- Down''

whatever In the enactment of this RemOO,',sman Down Payment _1IO.OOlM, q .Uod _..._ Payment
proposed. ORDINANCE should appear'and =. V md Ottonl' VCT '
NOTICE cothr' -...n.. .j.tsv..4
be heard at the time .and place e -
JAMIS A. NEWMAN has mode op.pllcotlof. prescribed,' : -- ---;- _y....%fsll r lewd wHIa
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION- BOARD OF CITY OF STARKECOMMISSIONERS, Monitor/Television CoafroIc.llll""_ T-1?0 YHS6Hr.PC347.w .
CN.for self-service motor fuel pump.,to ,25 Stereo Television PC 367 '#9i049

the Bradford County Board of Adjustment BY; Darrell O'Neal :i.21" Stereo 838 89'" TAPes.3 -

on property that Is classified CN, Director, Panasonic Tape
(OR) and described below Starke Zoning Planning ........ ......_1Bswrlcsl ..... -
Two acres, lots 74 and 75 of t.J. KITE (Itchg 2/4 .' .' ;, ,,-, CM*Price 4.00

Plat, located 4 miles Southwest of Stark.e ;'100 FREE_Movl.s
at C.R.227 and C...273 one mil.West of H $ Per =Plus SmaO DoWn Buy Any. AM-FM':
Hwy. 301 S.,' to be used. In conjunction IN'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 28
t' with convenience store. This request Is ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD-. Mo, Payment Radio In Stock
made FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 'uny.Worikimx ttsw.oR'
contingent upon rezoning of sold .
property Section ,12. Township 7, S, CASE NO.86-493-CA With Small 50 'Watt fanoKiMB
eat MovisiY
Range 21 E., DAVID C. BROOKS and Down 499 10
The Bradford County Zoning Board will EILEEN M. BROOKS his wife.Plaintiffs S stem PKEBI

review the application and make a PaymentPlus Panasonic _
recommendation to the Bradford County _
'Board of Adjustment for their public BEATRICE R.' D'ARMENIA o/k/o Microwave

hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m.. In the BEATRICE R- PATTI. FRANK LEWIS : ::.. of Oven.
Commission meeting room oi City Hall D'ARMENIA.JOHN W.HALSEY and JEAND. 'CooooI_*,.se..4...arcte.rdl Ihtl ..... Pow r Cooking. +
209 N. Thompson' St.. Starke Florida ont HALSEY. his wife DAVID t, POWELL c..n, Pan*
Tuesday February 23. 1988.At this time,' and CLARICE H. POWELL, his wife, and t 1 DO.EREE .749 HINT TO OWN
all persons will be heard concerning this LELIA ALESCIA POWEll. $
application as specified In the Bradford Defendant Movies 7.00. wook for. ear'

,County Zoning Code... NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE .
Director ''1 NOTICE I I. hereby given that pursuantto "

I.C.I.of ADJ.. the Final' Judgment of Fojhclosureentered .i
.itchy 2/4 In the Circuit Court of the Eighth ,.
,Judicial Circuit In and Bradford: Coun




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Legal Notices February41988; TELEGRAPH Page 9A S t'

IN THE UHCUIT: COURTOF 605, Melrote. Florida 32666, sol. Thomas Henry Bruning,' ".'
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL owner, doing business under the firm Personal Representative ".,:." Case NOTICEI. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NO, 88-7 CP ((1-3888)1)
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY BRADFORD, COUNTY FLORIDA 768, Melrose, Florida 32666. Intends to lake Geneva Flo, 32660 LILLIAN EVA ROBERTS INC., (auPont), has mode application for*
Case No. 87.643.C'' register, said fictitious name under1' the and Deceased SPECIAL EXCEPTION In OR ii_

COM No, 88 FLORIDA-33.CA SUTHILAK SUNDUSADEE, aforesaid statute. Charles Albert Bruning, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Agricultural for Mining Activities, to the ri4.!
IN RE: The Adoption of 'Plaintiff' Dated this 28th day of January A.D.. Personal Representative administration of the estate of Bradford County Board of Adjustment on ,s'..
CINDY INNOCENT;: and vs '1988, In Bradford County 6150 S. Elm Street LILLIAN EVA ROBERTS, Deceased File properly that I I. classified, OR (Open .
PETER CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE. ,, KIERT SUN. T/28/tpd 218IN No 88 7.CP is Rural)) and described below: ... '
EMMANUEL JEAN PIERRE, Burr Ridge, Illinois 60521 (3888)) pending In the .;
Minor, DUSADEE as, trustees of Sundusade Circuit Court for Bradford All of Section 24; all of Section 25 except ',' '
Attorney for Personal Rep: County <
NOTICE OF ACTION'TO Leasing Trust GISAYA SUNDUSADEE Florida, Probate Division the address of the West 1/4. all In Township 4 ,,1''
and Paul D. Newell, P AP "'
22 East,
? SUNDUSAOEE. CRISANTA Range located four miles
: FATHER OF ABOVE.NAMED MINOIfIJ. THI CIRCUIT COURT ,,O. Box 1369Koy.ton. which Is Bradford County Courthouse. "
North of
L.SUNDUSADEE, AND KIERT SUNDUSADEE Lawtey and lying west of U.S, '
,RESIDENCE FOR BRADFORD Storke. Florida 32091.
:r1' Individually, ,, Heights, FL 32656 301 N.The. '
I" Defendants. PROBATE DIVISIONFile Phone:((904)) 473.4928 The names and addresses of the personal Bradford County Zoning Board will
YOU ARE NOTIFIED than Number lt-2-CP representative and the personal
an action lor review the
NOTICE OF ACTION application and make a
the adoption of minor twin representative attorney or. set forth
children hoi TO: KIERT and Division' 1-383 recommendation to the Bradford
and you are r.qulr.d to ..rva TA SUNDUSADEE Individually and below Board of Adjustment) for their public
copy of your written defense' If any, bA Trustees of the Sunduiadee as IN REi ESTATE OF NOTICE AM Interested' persons are required to hearing to: be held at 7:30: p.m", in the I
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. petitioner. Itlorney Trust their heirs and assigns, and SUN. CLARA A. BRUNING, Deceased ,LEONARD v: MOORE, SR., hoi made file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Commission meeting room of City Hall ,\,}
whose address l I. p. O Drawer SHINE SUNDUSADEE application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION. OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 209 N, Thompson St, Storke. Florida on
938 Stark.. Florida 32091, on or before ADDRESS UNKNOWN. NOTICI OF ADMINISTRATION HOME OCCUPATION, for Beauty Salon NOTICE: (1)) all claims against the estate Tuesday,February 23, 1988.At this time.. ,i I
February 23 'J9B8, and file the original YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICED thai In separate building to the Bradford and ((2)) any objection! by an interested all person will be heard concerning this ",.,
with the clerk of this court either before action to Set Aside' Fraudulent Conveyances an- Th. administration of County Board of Adjustment on person to whom notice was mailed that application as specified In the Bradford
the property
service on petitioners' attorney or Immediately Declare Trust Fraudulent and Clara A. Pruning deceased estate pile or that Is classified EA (Agri) and described challenges the validity of the will, the County Zoning Codes. ,
thereafter otherwise below qualifications of the personal representative Director
) a alternatively' to Successor :
default will be entered against you for Trustee, and Request Appoint for In Number 88 2-CP, Is pending In the Cir 7,25 acres located two miles, Nqrthof venue, or jurisdiction of ,the BCB. of ADJ.
Temporary cult Court for ,
the relief d.monded In the petition. ,junction has been filed against you In Probate Bradford County, Florida, Starke off West side of U,S. 301 In ex Court Itchg,2/4
WITNESS hand and the of Division, the address of which !I. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
my seal this ,the above styled court. You are further isting building, In Section 10, Township 6
court on this 19th day of January' 1988 notified that In said action Plaintiff Is P.O. Drawer 8, Starke. Fl. 32091 The South, Range 22 East Parcel SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED,
'GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK that the Court set aside the Interest name and addresses of the personalrepresentative 02074,0-00000. Publication of this Notice has, begun
By Deputy Clark123Itch9 of Defendant CNsontoSunn and the personal Th. Bradford County Zoning Board will on February 4, 1988 I
2/11 duiadee In certain parcels of real" property 'representative's' attorney are set forth review the application and make arecornm.ndallon ,Attorney for Personal Representative: 1I 1 I
In Bradford below, to the Bradford JOHNNY R, HOBBS JR.
County, Florida, as County .
Green 1 Hobbs, P.A,
Alt interested Board of'
follows Adjustment for
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO : persons are required to | their public
REGISTER legal ,descriptions of ,all parcels file, with this court WITHIN THREE MON. :hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m., in the Starke P. 0. Drawer, Florida 938 STARKE
FICTITIOUS NAME available at the Clerk of Court, Bradford THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Commission meeting room of City Hall 32091
Pursuant la Section 865.09, Florida County Courthouse, Starke Florida, NOTICE, ((1)) all claims against th. estate 209 N Thompson St;'Slarke, Florida, on ((904)) 964.5700Personal OF GOD

Statutes, notice Is hereby gives that You are required to serve a written: and ((2)) any objection by an Interested all Tuesday February, 23 1988 At this time, Representative: 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445
will b.
the undersigned Tracy L. Moore P.O. copy of your defenses, if any to the ac person on whom this notice was served application persons heard, concerning this SUSAN 1. DICKSON 'John Spratlin Pastor'
a> specified In
Box 263. Melrose, fl. 3264. sole lion on Plaintiff attorneys. whose that challenges the validity, of the will, County Zoning Codes the Bradford 207 W. Main Street '' We Invite you to worship with us.
names and addresses TERENCE the Stafford Springs, Ct 06076 ,
owner doing business under the firm are M. qualifications of the personal ,
name of Tracy Classic Cuts; : BROWN and DARLA JEAN representative, DirectorBC.B 2/4 2tchg 2/11 Attended,Nursery'
(' 486 N. venue, or jurisdiction of .
of ADJ. Sunday School .. .. .
Temple Ave Suit TERENCE M. BROWN ,the
A, Stark, Flo. court .
P.A.. HchgJ4PUBLIC Morning Worship .,,, .. llam '
32091, Intends to register, said 'lie. Post Office Drawer 40. Starke, 'ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Evening Service ..''. ... ,
-'--' -- 6pm '
Florida -- -
32091 -
ritious nom. under the on or I before; FEBRUARY 22. SO FILED
aforesaid WILL BE FOREVER BARRED: Wrclnr"lrw outh .-. 7:TOnrn
statute, 1988, and file the original with the Clerk Publication of this, Notice' has begun :AUCTION j

,Dated this 11th day of January of this Court, eithei. before service onthe ,, ,on January 28, 1988 NOTICE Is hereby given'that on Man-
w 1988 in Bradford County. Plaintiff attorneys or Immediately day. February 15, 1988, at 10:00 o'clock (
1I/IHlPd thereafter:otherwise a judgment will be ....M" ,,the, undersigned, Gator

entered for the relief demanded In the 'I ; FREE'' Freightways' Inc? will sell at public auc '
: '
Complaint. I lion for cash at 2600 ; \
Lloyd Rd., :
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1 WITNESS my hand and official seal of' 't ,EXPLORING Flo. __.: ', : : hfarville 51ssem6ly:
'I' REGISTER this Court on this 19 day of January, One 'lot ot; hydrotherapy bath tub, S ; ,,
consigned :
FICTITIOUS NAME ,' 1988 GOD'S WORD NS"t"r'- \ 0 ; : ,'
,' > ", .'., (", I '''GILBERT. BROWN Coast lynbrook Plumbing Co.', Palm .( "" ': ; .1 > :'l"',,' ", Ofjo fr./V,,': ," Ifl"'f' (41\;!,, ,
"\ Pursuant /fa Section 865.09., Florida'' '.' CLERK OF THE COURT HOME BIBLE One lot of not shown, consigned y 'j"" :';" "" :'"I' ; :\,' '; :'''
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th. By Beulah Moody Bible Course l Is taught In your Mary Holland Sanford, Fla.. ESP "O ',i SONSNINEI'IN"\ \'(" "" '1''e:

undersigned, Glenda Epps. 224 W, PrattSt. Deputy Clerk12Htchg21 home free of charge. tq satisfy ,freight and storage charges, .

., Storke. Florida 32091, and C, ,, | 'This! Is a ,non-denominational study under the provisions of Section, 4b( ) of, DAYCARE, ,?(, :
.... ... ._ _.._. '
Angella Laney 393 N, Cherry St. Uniform, Standard '' '
---- Bill of
based only on what thus lath the, Lading. Monday !r' Friday oam to 6pm 'e :
,Stark, Florida 3209);joint owners,doing ,, word of Gtxd'APOSTOLIC Gator Frelghtwoys, 'Inc.Carrier., : Qualified Teachers'DropIns ,
,- business under the firm' name of NOTICE OF INTENTION e Welcomed Summer
PAWS 119 S. Walnut TRUTH U.P.C. Pro, 01 '. Programs' ,,
; 086431
St., Starke, Florida TO REGISTER o did 6/8/87 Infants to 12 years
1" ,32091, Intends to register said fictillouiname FICTITIOUS NAME: 782-3303 ,Pro, 02,,005813 dtd 11/6/87 ''ABEKA'leOrnlng e Mot Meals '
under the aforesaid statute 2/4 2tchg 2/11 System .Playground

Dated this 28th day of January.A.D., 'Pursuant to i Section 865.09, Florida Rev: Emmett Bright I -. -....- 1 Mile .S, of Normandy' Blvd. Transportation to and
1988..In Bradford County. Statutes, notice II To schedule your home bible IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, eton '
hereby given that the EIGHTH from School
S I/2B tchg 2,118 undersigned, Juanita Williams. P.O. Box study,, or lot additional Information IN AND FOR BRADFORD CIRCUIT Highway 301 .
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;:4 i \ r.The.Art of Friendship s

BADCOCK AUTOMOTive PARTSflfijTE Lamp of Jesus Ministries
Lewis Timber Co.
Crafts &Consignments
.' Friendship, an art. neve, ( happen'because. people get I In a
FURNITURE t. Located off 100 S. toward Keystone,
}, .\ : a. |It Is:'rather easy, as someone Ob hurry to develop closeness and intiserved.toanractpeopleandbeanracted ,HWY 301 S. 964-6871 .
; .'' take right on 24th avenue follow
YJ ,macy: Friendships that rush into intimacy
h' : t" Kim & Jan Johnson 660-S. Walnut 964-5644 by them and develop acquaintances,, ,, are! seldom. lasting. ones In pur PO Box 207,i Starke signs. Eves. 9645898All
I .But It takes an artist to keep the process hurried and mobile, society we have Nature Sings of J.iu
going until deep friendship happens plated rush stickers,on the package

I i Country Carnets_of Starke "If friendships' were easy," declared ol 'friendship, 'yiithoul' also stenciling Griffls & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &

Blankenship Andrew Gmley there would beA lot. fragile' on it.
: more of them in t the worlds,:" Ralph Waldo Emerson; gives omfort: ,Works SUPPLY

,/ulddevelopinSdeep' 'friendship Is not and courage, '"Horre.of the Stumpknockerboat' '
Service 'Attend your church regular
easy because It 'is an art. and no art 'Esery'artWt was once an amat l
: 964.8278 Locally Owned& Operated comes quickly or easily, Aristotle
964.6108 964.6154 tended that The business of every art Is HWY;30t N::,964-4461 or 864-5531 864 N. Temple 964.7061 t

:to bring something Into existence. and

Eyeglass Store: E-Z,Wheels Auto Sales 'the practice ol anyart,) involves studying Bradford Fu'rniture' HURST'S EXXON ,
how to,,bring this ,something: Into, ,
I We Finance' \
; existence:: SERVICE'
'"Your complete Industries
fl Friendship,, 'demandspauenre -
Buy Here Pay Here as an art "
Many friendships. 24 HR WRECKER SERVICE",
# eyeglass center" '1320 Temple Ave. : ,1 HWY :301 N., 987 N. TEMPLE'AV,, '

103' Edwards Rd, 964-8588 964.7783 ( : .. 9 47347.ARCHIE 964.6111 ,
; ,

Distinguished. wing Hrvlo ': r. B&M STARTER &,
,SEAFOOD foi row 60 Years HOME
'The Best Seafood In Town Steve, and Cindy Futch ,; I- Dignified Service

& Staff, y 1'r' :'ir ', 238 E. Washington St, .
'236 S. Ave : Monuments _
Temple 114 e.. Nona ".'- M4-U09 Blark' '
: 964-5685 'K.y.lon' H!'lghl'.. 471.J1T }sl. HWY 301 S. 964.5757 964.5274

[ Ghastalns'ewelry,& Gift Andrews Drugs"For l'r r Yi3E jx 'STARKE KOACampground '
\y :I: I .I ,
Gallery I r- e.oo .. ..E ELECTRONICS.....
All Your.Pharmacy Needs .Oe/.ar W....M._uIIM....n.eve.a _.. ,
Bibles, gifts & jewelry.104W.CallSt 'I .=.*MAMftMO MM, *.M AVMAW,i VIM**.. Dally Weekly Monthly rales
": Level, Sites a a Pool Recnn,,
j 356 W Madison 964-?,170' tI T 984-:51.11.. i u-ryars.,, f

i. 964.7271 .. ...I _, 964-8484 Hwy 30t S. ,,
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i' "We encourage you,to STARKE L STEAK HOUSE, '

,worship,,this week ant} every "Serving you first" I ISund.y ,From ill of us .t Western Steer MANUFACTURING,

f week" k 441 W. Madison SI US 301 South :CORPORATION

:i 964-6881 .|'ll t1.?,'" 964-5237 or 9646313 9648061Insurance Mark Mullins & Employees


i WATERS GROCERY Mosley Tire Co. 'Call
Monday Tuesday Wednesday'rnumdey FiiOay ,SaturdayHorn lU! 964-8018
t Corner of US 301 & State US 301 N. Starke, '_ nwq'' been Jeremiah Jeren at'Ez.SIN Entoe59 /. Hanes
k L 11oo, wwswwaSm.v .l -Z' 31.31.37,33'It.M'' '3< It.31 37,1S-28 2142)' 8114STARKE 440 W.' Madison .

Lawtey, FL 964-6600 'ewes,.tes se sett;'';''x."we se..s e a e"_owaee .,verses w, ,1111 ACCIDENT CENTERS

782-,373i ,?4 HR Wrecker Service (Winn-Dixie Shopping Center) 1111.1111 OF AMERICA. INC.

., : Custom made exhaust stems ,964-4 695 If U THE PAIN RELIEF DOCTORSHomes

If i NOEGEL'S AUTO'' FLORIDA NATIONAL: LANES WW. Professional Glenn Fibreglass Beautiful of
i I' 1' Office & Personnel

I' SALES BANK m. Wl3o Services Fish/ Boxes & Tool Boxes North Florida '
I 5 "Worship this week and every week Officers"Directors'&' Office & Typing Services of All Corner of Thompson & Weldon Construction CompanyAll
rate for Church '
: at the church of your choice groups. RaifordroRd. 964-5912 types of Home Improvement
1018 N.Temple 864-6461: ;Staff '1614 N. Tempi '; 964.8175 1837 964.7777 9646766Terwillegar


Allen's Office Suppliesand CORBETT'S TIRES & GRIFFIS'CONSTRUCTION Motors inc.

1 STORE Printing Company It's a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop'& Auto 206 W.Sales Madison& Service& US 301
Art SuppliesCustom Framing homes at
the right in aUthe Superior quality
"Alf parts better at Denmark's Repairs Starke 964-7200
Printing a Office Supplies 402 N. Temple HWY301 N. affordable prices
right places"15S 113 E. Call St 9646925I 434 W. Call. 964.5827 HWY 301 S. 964-6633 SR 21 Keystone Heights
:1 a W. Brownless Rd 964-6060 I ,. ...... "1"" ,

... STARKE 0 'S>ArCT"HANOUTS. CHEVROLET-OLDS Inc. You must put on tin hat new man created I
Paper i } God's whose and ,
We rebuild starters ltemators 'Cullom .4 ] of Starke Management & Staff image justice
... mDMRitM
& Generators Batteries .CAW Kay Water*.964-6941 Starkes Only Home Owned HWY 301 North holiness, are born, o.{''truth. -, Epalm4.UI ;;
Auto Marine Cycle Independant Bank

.407 N. Tear le 964-7911 _Patty Kay Elder.964-5669-:. 'f 964-7500 .. .
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KI.KGRAPH 't'brllary.t. 19118Endure

Tornadoes Tough Week in Hoops with Straight Losses

its been a tough week for Brad Eastside 64 BUS 61 A record 40-pomt scoring perfor- players, and foul after foul was called the team is starting to find itself/1 foul situation until 4:57 remained. in ', ;, '
ford High, varsity basketball with Bradford High,couldn't hold onto a mance by James Thompson led on BHS when Thompson drove for said Coach Simpson. the game. < ", "1 :'
,two road game losses in the final slim lead in the fourth period and Baker High to a hard-fought 77-72 the basket Thompson made 13 of 17 Baker opened a 9-0 advantage 'The way we started both halves '
period alter leading most of the way, lost M-41 to Eastside High in ,win over the visiting Bradford; High free throws. before Bradford scored. Coach was the reason for the loss. You''
in both games. Gainesville Tuesday night Feb 2. rornadoes in the Baker gym last "We really played hard. I ,.was Simpson called a time out,and the can't afford to spot teams that much ,
The two losses dip the BUS recordto Tornado eager got by two at Friday night Jan. 29. really impressed with the way we Tornadoes came back going ahead lead," said Coach Simpson. '
8-10,below 500 for the first time In the halt,extended the lead two more got down and got after them. Our 17.14 after the first period. Bradford ....Hlb M ,u M a n '
weeks. U was 45-45 going into the fourth team really doesn't unders- ._.. l If 1* ", 1 .'
many points Inthe third period, but small young won the second period 17-18 and'Was .H'oII. 'I I U ; n ,
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BHS lost 77-72 in' Macclenny to mistakes lost the game in the final l period. Then BaKer got on one of its tand who we are yet and and I up by four, 34-30, at the half. Baker HHJMollwy.t Mlik.(JTThooipMM 144, ...d 1.12.1"17.010, John. "
Baker High last Saturday night,thenturned minutes. home court rolls and took commandof believe we are beginning to," said won the third period 24ris .t-4/S-t Twain' 2.2"/2'-11. "
around to lose by three 64-61. Down 21- 3 after the first .the game. Bradford, which had Coach Chester Simpson. Bradford's Malachi Jenkins fouled 9ndl.d M!&* (72)0( ) Iv-r t,0.0/0-1. I. Sly:' ,
,to' Eastside High In Gainesville BHS won the second period 22-12 period and been keeping up from three' point "Our fan support walt great. We out with six minutes to go. The Tornadoes ......2.25. com. i-iva-io. *, tu 4012j.
Tuesday night, Feb 2.We're took a two point,35-33: ,advantage into range as well as working the basketball could have won the game If Bakerhadn't !' didn't get into a one-ahd-one ..try./''-10-1 73A H Ch.ndl. 1.2/2.5, Tol.l, ,: *,
close to winning," says the dressing room at halftime. inside some,went cold for about got to go to the free throw line ;wr-:
Coach Chester. Simpson "We'll .be BHS won the third period 14-12 and, five minutes and was left playing as much, but that was the chance we

tough. Sophomore when we Wendull get there.Hudson"_ the fourth led by period.four, 49-44 ES,won going the into fourth the catch Thompson up. outquicked the Tornado were taking."The thing. I was impressed with is .:n M I.; A .,,'/r 1 ./1".
leading scorer on the junior varsity, period 19-12 and took the game. ,I.1 ,,\ 'i i: "W" .i' ,
was moved up the varsity by Coach Eastside had'four players, BHS 'fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffNEW .",> ,v:,, A A ..
Chester Simpson. Hudson played three scoring in double figures. "''fi'IJ T V V ,. I'* '1; '
.1 well in the Eastside
game, scoring 8 BHS has Just got to find some way ,It,
points to get the ball bouncing its way in the TESTAMENT 'm '
Upcoming... final minutes, coaches say. Y .
Eastside won the Jan. 12 encounter EVANGELIST ;i.
BHS travels to Lake Weir High in Starke 6251. 'TlYLCrv' ;
this Friday Feb 5, for 6:15: p.mand -....... II II U It 44u : ..
8 The beat Lake 1..d1.d.Hlb '
p.m. games.
varsity u M 11 ttMK y
Weir 5:>-54 in Starke Jan. 19 It Is the .....- ( C' Ctxnmon 2.3/.-", MMou $ A, j
only game of the week. ,.2.$1"21. II, Willi..... I.1-t/t-II. *..Coriwrll' ,. MARTIN "Classic Cuts f' '
.o.1.0..1,40/0-11 Pop'I.O-3 101.1.14.IA13/1464' '
Next action is Friday Feb. 12, ..mdto* Hh (tt). l.y 34.4. I. My. 2.3/1-20, ik '. ,
when Santa Fe comes to Starke for c.... 40/212 I ... J.nkln.' 701/2"1. H. Chondlw > \ '
,. _. MO'R'ELLI ,' +
6:30: p.m.,and 8 pin games. Santa 0-2/4-1 w.Hudwi .0. 2,22.0/11-ll. Is Introducing : .. "j,
Fe won 68-65 at home.over the,Tor- : q ,
i "<* Jan.8.Track. Baker at f; '
77 Bradford 72 Ministering ; Tina Clemons' -4'

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Life &, Praise Ministries I' Into the salon .; ( .-
. Team Breaks 3 Records A '... .

HWY 301 ,S. Starke. FL T Make an appointment' with '! J : '

team, DeSue ran 1018.54, ninth over-all : .
Bradford' High track: < "
members broke three records and That is also a new school record. : FEBRUARY''' 7th''' 10:30: am & 7:00 pm Tracy> Cheryl or Tina to get a A1V .
set two more for a total of five new With the new start time for spring new look for VALENTINES DAY ,
t !
BHS records running at the annual sports of Jan. 11, and just two weeks ,, ; ,
'University of Florida High School work the BHS kids are doing a good 'f 'We Carry 1. .,
Indoor Invitational held at the job, says Coach George Loper. Someof Evangelist Martin Morelli has Just returned from a fours '

O'Connell' Center last Saturday Jan. the kids hadn't ever run before.At week evangelistic crusade In England. He will be sharingthe SEBASTION, REDKEN. ,; \ ",
30. this point things look promising, testimony of,the miracles that God performed during \! ,. PAUL MITCHELL' I' r' ". I', ,
Boys Shot Put: Spencer Smith says Coach Loper.In :' : ., :
those crusades. Morelli Is of faith and ;
Brother a man "
the UF indoor ,
invitation J
threw the shot put 38-0 feet. there I oj \'. \ ..
55 Meter High Hurdles: Spencer are qualifying standards if three en prayer whose dynamic teaching of God's word Is an r '964-6777 ., ':' ,;(( ";" l' '": .. ,",
,Smith 9.83; placed fifth in his heat. tries are made.There are no qualify ,Inspiration to all who hear him. As God has promised In < '

sixth 55 Meter in her Dash heat.: Terri Kim Kitties Hampton, 8.31, standards for, two entnes in .,a his Word signs follow his ministry.' He Is truly a New :; 486 N.TEMPLE AVE., (HWY 301) SUITE A '.- .' ". .'

,8.52, seventh in her heat. Testament Evangelist. '
,1600 Meter' Run: Cam Ward, Upcoming... 4" L
Come and bring a friend but come expecting GOD to Act.
5::19.38, for ninth over-all and a new Feb.. 20, a Saturday,.the..Orange
BHS' record. Ward broke his old Park Relays.,, ,
record of 5:35.4.',' "
400 Meter,.' Dash:' Chris,Durban '-
59.08, fifth in his heat: Tyrone - -

Sanders, 61.15. fourth in.his heat. r "
800 Meter Run: Lori Sapp 2:2213:
third over-all. Sapp was within two .
teat of the first and second place'' I'

First finishers was who Shawanda hacT 2:20-plus: Martin times.from NO MONEY DOWN

Sanford Semmole. The second place'fI
< finisher was from Brookville, GA. I

3200 Meter Run: Ramona Ten-> NEW HOURS: Monday through Friday 8-6 Saturday 8:30: 5 '
nant, 13:11.46, ninth over-all and a S
new BHS record.The old record held 'I
.by Christie HarreU was 13:381.Cam \,
Ward ran 11:55.95, 16th over-aU anda 1988 /" ': ,
new BHS record. 7 Passenger.. A/C. ",. "''.'. < I .
:4 by 400 Relay The BHS girls Auto,0/Drlve.6Cy1. r---; :i
team of Kim Hampton,Terri Kitties, !75
Christ! Harrell, and Lori Sapp ran Aerostar Eng. AM/FM w/cass. $2 :Ii.8' j
4:31.68 for sixth over-all it was also, speed control,tilt J'ff:; t.: P.r ,

a new school record breaking the wheel luggage rack, __,. Mo
old record of 4:43.33: set in 1984 by .
Linda DeWitt Carroll Fussell \'," I, i
Michele Kimutis, and Cheryl Vogle. XLT w/FREE A/C Also'u
In the boys 4 by 400 meter relay the 1988 \ 'r t AM/FM Cess:Prem.Sound.,
BHS team of Clarence Williams, .{ '; '); ''J;;, sy en,. Cost Alum. '
Spencer' Smith, Damn Patterson, ; ;: '.', Wheels,chrorrte step 56 r.-

and Robert Thorpe ran a 34151.: Ranger 4x4)1 ,',,, bumper.'toch.; : deluxe $2 5 8 -

,The lath boys over-all were, third in.their heat,and 'r, ty/k ;)! ," :, t0/-tonepolnt,sliding rear M0 Per. _

4 by 800 Meter'Relay' The boys window& RWl tires.
team of Wayne Addison Mark Mar; \ ,, ,
shall; Keith Thompson,.and Kenny ",," t
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BHS Wrestlers 1988Mustang, A/C Control.WSW Wire Tires Wheel Speed 50 *

LX Covers.AM/FM Cas. $19 7

Dual dec.Mirrors,Pram. Par
Defeat; East. Side Sound System Mo E

The'' BHS wrestling team is now' .

'1-3-1.on the season, after ,winning, 'COME BY and TEST DRIVE, the
big, 41-29, over Eastside in the BHS
gym Friday, Jan 29. .
This was the sixth win in seven
matches, having lost to Clay High a ALL NEW FORD FESTIVA ----
week earlier, .

,t good wrestlers Bradford after Coach beating he had Brett several coached Purdy'of' felt the at f||gfii81tei| ality Previously Owned

Eastside'last year, and who won
'over Bradford then. Danny Nugent,
from Starke, is the current Eastside '
wrestling coach. 86 Topaz GS 85 Chevy Silverado 85 Tempo
Purdy also ,wrestled at Eastside ,

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Jamoy Carver. I.won by lorfctf133t. V 'Power'
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rlwl-Holland., Shalor.S.won by 10...... Only $11,595.
Tomorrow (Friday, Feb.. S) Mac-
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The following Tuesday. Feb. 9, St. '84 Dodge Aries Wagon ,83 Buick Riviera '78 T-Bird
Augustine will
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Thursday,February 4.1f8a_

Deadly Weapons... -

Destroying Illegal Guns a Heated fair for ,Lawmen ,::1

,.' By Mark Friedlin "Each one has its own story to :
BCT Staff Writer tell" commented Bradford Sheriff' .... ;
Disposing of illegal rifles, pistols Dolph Reddish as he surveyed the "T1
and 'Saturday Night Specials"conweapons being unloaded from Lt. .
fiscated at crime scenes is easy' Glen Moore's automobile. "Some of :
enough for ,Sheriff's deputies in them are confiscated at the scenes of -t--
Bradford County just have them arrests for some other crimes and
''carted down to the city's so ehavebeenusedinthecommismaintenence -'
yard, light the 'skfii$ of a crime itself. You never can
blowtorch and cut them Into pieces.. tell, but it's always interesting to me
lots of little pieces so the deadly to read the report on each one, both fl2k4
items can't possibly be used again. >to find the history behind the weapon L'
The interesting part for the men and also to ,see how our''men.
involved Is the circumstances surrounding responded in solving the case." ,
each one of the weapons 'The sawed-off shotguns were the
they dispose of and the nature of the first to be put to the torch.
particular crimes from which they
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A Personal Message From Ralph Bryan

STORE ,"lIavngSpentIMpasI21I2yearswor'k-' Commerce, Business' & Professional

'.'; ing ;Commercial Real Estate in the Womens Club and the Fair Association.i,

'. Jacksonville;it is a real pleasure to a
be back home.1'' feel that my "Big City" In summary.Lillian and I have 29 years

., experience and contacts will prove invaluable of combined experience in the Real Es-,
'" in my efforts to market proper- tate Business We know the area and
:"'', tieslnthisarea.IwiUbeworkingJulltime many of its people.Wewill work very -1
': :" in my business and will give my Personal hard to prove 'worthy of representing;

:, ,', ',' attention to fvery: transaction that comes t everyone with their Real Estate!needs?;
':( : ,/ through my office.- Our advertising will be diversified with
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,'" Mrs. Lillian Pearson will be associateJTwith my state--so we won't be running large and lengthly
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Dr. Carlos Hernandez

'New Chief of Staff toI. "t

OP. Carlos Hernandez has been,'..,tice In Starke in 1973.Hernandez was m1IiM
named the 1988 Chief of Staff at the medical and surgical director of
Bradford Hopsitat.Hernandez !. the Division of Corrections In
Raiford. He also served as the
received his bachelor's medical director for the Western I.
degree from the University of State, Hospital in Bolivar,TN.
Havana and his medical degree Hernandez Is a member of the
from the, university's school of board of directors of Bradford
medicine. He did postgraduatework Hospital, president of the Bradford
at the University of Miami County Medical Society and
School of Medicine and served his internship member of the American Medical
at South Miami. Association and ,Florida Medical
',Prior to opening his private..prac-!: Ansocatinn
--Mrv [ B.m"

Mammography Tests Offered at Hospital I I

Bradford Hospital now has equipment radiology services, at Bradford ,Hospital and with application
to perform mammography in Hospital,. performs the mam- specialists from LO RAD. Drawing
house,with the purchase of a mobile mograms. Ms. Norman is a BradPhysIcIan or self-referrals are accepted ,
unit by Santa Fe HealthCare ford High graduate who attended for the mammography pro- ,
(SFHG). The new unit Will be utiliz- University Hospital School of garm at Bradford Hospital For fur.
ed by other. hospitals In the SFHC Radiology In Jacksonville.Ms. Norther information,or to make an appointment Saturday 5PM Feb. 6th
system except Alachua General man had further training on the LO ,call Bradford Hospital at ,
which has a permanently instatedmachine. RAD equipment at Alachua General. 9644000.

Mammography used. breast is screening the most procedure frequently ,' GUIDELINES FOR rift DETECTION OP BREAST, CANCER HURRY and Register !. !

detecting lumps several Th.following guidelines nave.been developed/ by the American Cancer Society
years before they can be felt. far the detection of Breast cancer In Women
This procedure is considered the Women, 20 years of ala end elder should perform beast seKexomlnatloiintoitfrn Open Sunday 116pmTAKE'
single' best weapon against'' the .Iy.
undetected growth of breast cancer. e Women between 20 end 40 should.hove physical examination of their
"We are very pleased to be able to breast every three year
provide this important service to Women 40 to 4, year .. age should have phytlcol examination of the
Starke and surrounding com' .......*annually. and mammography Intervals of one to A TEST DRIVE :
mumties," said Venora Griffin two year.Women.
assistant administrator for Systems e over M should have a mammogram every year when feasible. and we will present you with an $18. set of steak knives AND register you
Services at SFHC. "This
Support a convenient location for in [FREE VCR /microwave drawin

residents who have previously had .. ....... _'-"_ -II our .
to travel to Gainesville or other -
areas for mammography services,"
said Ms.Griffin; "" I
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machine from, which practicing has the radiologists.full approval BUY A CAR:

This machine,can do anything the TAKE OUT AVAILABLE J

unit do at, Alachua including General magnifying Hospitalcan and i '236 S. .Temple and we.will present you with a $45. Son Clock Radio
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quality images and subjects" the pa- Starke,Florida 32091 ,\ and, register you for our [ FREE VCR/Microwave, |
tient to lower "
radiation, says Ms.' '
Griffin. 9645685i I ,drawing.
Low-dose film ,screening' mam-, I' t,
mography is an X-ray exposure. It "I 1!II '
takes about 30 minutes and is '
painless, although 1 there may be F I \ -, OJ, DONT miss this chance to really save during our anniversary sale
slight discomfort due,to compres- and. .
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sion of the breast.
Cheri Norman registered 4.
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New PhysicianJoins / Any of our selection of 160 new Chevy, Olds and FBE t::

StaffBradford \ ( ycEDARRlVla: ( Chevy trucks are available at tremendous savings. or

Hospital announces the SEAFOOD We also extend our challenge to beat ANY dealers V C'R

addition of Dr. Jose Ramon ( bonafide offer by $100. or give you $100. CASHWE'LL
Jimenez,62,to its medical staff as a I Microwave\
general surgeon with temporary 3- 'OYSTER BAR
courtesy, staff privileges. \ I4 ,
Dr.Jimenez has lived in Macclenny > wvawue.rRichard ,
for the past 18 ,where he is ..
years :l --
in pnvate practice, and serves on \
the medical staff of the Ed Frazer, : -
Memorial Hospital. ,{ OR GIVE YOU $100.. BILL!!!
A native of the Dominican
Republic, Dr. Jimenez received his \ Gilliam,Manager
medical degree from the Santo Dom-
ingo University in Santo Domingo
and served a routing internship at FAMOUS SINCE 1977 f
in Chicago Il -_ 'I ,,,,"
'linois. He competed post-graduate USED CAR & TRUCK $AVING$
training at the veterans Administration -
Hospital in Coral Gables, Fla.,
'Jackson Memorial Hospital in
Miami, and Lakeland General FOREMOST t1iu' PRICE-WISE '
,Hospital,in Lakeland Fla. Sales 1986 FORD 1988 OLDS 1987 CHEVY
Bradford Hospital Administrator + I
Tim Rearick says Dr. Jimenez will tt Good F-150
continue with his practice in Mac- comb ne bring you '1hnJ CALAISINTERNATIONAL C-10
Clenny, but will have flexible hoursin Feb.'to ((4X4)) V-8 TIRES '
Starke, working necessary hours LOWER PRICES! RED ft WHITE
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Pat Traylor. RN, an 8 year CALVERT
veteran with Bradford Hospital,.has LIST 14,995! ,
been named supervisor of Emergency -'

Nurse Room/Outpatient Traylor is experienced Services., in '1 299 8199' 99 $9795 12995.

the,various hospital activities hav- 7
ing worked as a staff nurse on the 1.75 LITER LIP 4'
floor, as a nurse in the Emergency
Room and in the Operating Room.
A Florida native. Nurse Traylor ,CAPTAIN RELSKA JACK 1985 1987 Delta '
received her nursing diploma from MORGAN DANIELS 1984 Olds
Jackson Memorial Hospital in VODKA
pursuing Miami,and a is bachelor currently of engaged science in RUM COOLERS .CHEVY 88 Royale.' CutlassSupreme

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,Alvarez Awarded, Goetzman to ii:: : ii:i I $12,2955995

,, Nancy Alvarez and Robin Goetz- .. 7295
five service c c
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Bradford Ad-
pins by Hospital
ministrator Tim Rearick in.recent Playing Every Fri.&Sat. Night Til 2 A.M.
pimljng ceremony. The Parrish
Nancy began her career with
Bradford Hospital as a combination
admitting clerk and switchboard I I 1 I I I II I I I I, I r'' I r I ,' : I Ir '
operator and has move up to her r 'ORIAN WELLS
current POIUOD'ai, collection

counselor., Robin began her career with Bradford 301 LIQUORS, & LOUNGEStarke hevirolet: (: Oldsmobile= ...- j
Hospital as a clerk in inpatient
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transcriptionist in medical records. tt*301 North.: Stark 964-7SXJ.GaheMle3nOQ.Jaaaonv:: 2a.t522Page
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I Sheriff Whitehead Arrests Wife of Escaped InmateA

Ounnellon woman wanted,on Correctional Institution. Cravero was in prison. Lynda
charges she aided the prison escape Lynda Cravero disappeared the Cravero remains in Union County He was serving multiple life terms
of her husband,murderer and"Dix: same day. She left Dunnellon the custody under a $100,000 bond. for murder and also has federal con-
ie Mafia leader Richard D. morning of Sept. 8 for a shceduled Craven, 44, had recently been victions that could mean he will now A BANK OF BOSTON COMPANY ,
Cravero,was arrested Jan. 28 at the prison visit to see her husband, but named to the U. S. marshals'"ISMost be kept In federal custody where he
Jacksonville International Airport. was never signed in at the prison Wanted" list and a special is currently.
Lynda Davis Cravero, 43, accom- Department of Corrections investigators task force was assigned to his recap U. S. Marshals and police surrounded "
panied by two U. S. marshals, was said. She left Instruc- ture. He was a leader of a drug a car he was in shortly afternoon Harold K. Davis,
arrested by Union County Sheriff tions to have her cat fed if she didn't smuggling and murder ring In south Wednesday in Miami Shores. Loan Officer L2NossBancBoston ;,
Jerry Whitehead after she and the return home as usual it was later Florida in the early 1970s that has Cravero surrendered without ,
marshals stepped off a flight from reaching for an automatic pistol he
Philadelphia. learned. been linked to more than 30 murdersof had in his waistband.It Mortgage CorporationSWD
rivals and innocent
Her husband had been arrested Three days later' a warrant was bystanders. He on'occasion is a suspect in had was feared Cravero and his wife Division licensed Mortgage Broker Ilnsurers
early Wednesday afternoon,Jan. 27, issued for her arrest in Union County. murders that involved the/ use of said left the the country. But Whitehead 105 N.W..33rd Court. Gainesville. Florida 32607
after more than four months of She was charged with aiding and barbed wire around the necks of victims couple apparently had been
freedom dating from his unexplained abetting the escape said Whitehead.The and the use of vice gripe on living in a Philadelphia apartmentwhen Office 375-295O Local Number 473-0266 :i
they were located
Sept,8 disappearance from Union couple married in 1985, while genitals. by U. S.
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:.. ':t' Hampton ,Building on Prowl I
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Illegal Guns'Destroyed ,,..,.: W Hank LoU, building inspector for ,any Improvements, additions, or get to city hall during the hours it
.....,. the City of Hampton, will patrol the new construction other.than normal ,open. "We. need to all work
... '" $ town weekly to look' for new construction maintenance. to iron theM things out,"
'R"' L '. y! projects that do not nave a Also Marshal Harvey Bassinger Mayor Padgett.,
yw permit who is partolling the city continuously -, Other Business..,
'" will report to the clerk any new ,Councilman Johnny Allen was
Building Permits ....
By County, 1" construction that is seen in his as a delegate to attend
*; Out of about 20 permits' Issued rounds. of Commerce meetings
C: I recently only two were applied for "There has been a lack of com- the City of Hampton.New .
before construction started said Ci- munication between the building In- .
have been receiv
-L, ,from page t j. ty Clerk Gordon Wadsworth. spector and city haU/' said Mayor and will Stop) be signs erected at street In-
The'ominous-looking'weapons are 'Buildong permits are needed for JElwood Padgett. Inspector LoU can t1Ol11 as soon as possible.
: Often used by drug dealers and hold-
up men for their intimidating effect "
on their potential victims,according
to U Moore.
"The limit is 18 inches for the bar INSULATIONSAVE
rels of these guns," Moore said HEY KIDS!
Anything shorter is illegal When
they are sawed off short like these, THAT
they are less accurate, easily con i cThyE '
cea table,and spray their pellets in a ?
wider dispersal pattern. They are l : Home Commercial f : ....
very dangerous and we always con ; ; High R Value Cellulose L' /:)', 't-
fiscate them, on'sight even if they p .
Fibreglass Batts ,
haven been used in a crime. -.1 n s
There 'was also a collection of Frame House Exterior "" ; "f '
homemade rifles with crude, hand- New or Old Construction ;'.,.'. .. ;,a"
worked handles in a wide of
Variety '. ,SAVE ON
: calibres and types some with complex 'L Quality Installation
sights and double triggers. COOLINGFlBERGLAS
The Saturday Night specials were a e .b 1

next.:These are potentially the most Day Night
: deadly of all and are used in'more '
crimes than any other weapon : CASSELS
,small usually cheaply-constructed
= handguns which are very easily concealed -
-I and are used in a wide variety TION
:...::.:. ,of street crimes. SAVE ON
,. 'They are easy to get, cheap, and i Special Selection HEATING STARKESAMf
are-often stolen by criminals who ,
then use them in a crime," Sheriff i ik1 Boxed Valentines
Reddish said "These are also the
reg price $2.29SAVE$1.WThlsAd ,f
weapons that are are usually pulled h
:; 'out in the heat of anger,in a drunken
,:.: argument or in many other, potent Y

tially dangerous situations." .... .. ..J1 .,.. Clarks Hallmark Shop
; The cheapness of their construction .6 ; "' ""- .
was evident wheq they were put To the Torch... *
to the torch
Instead of melting down in rivulets A collection of illegal weapon 1.destroyed with cutters torch.: +,c-.J:..
.: ,like the more expensive nfles and The....eoI-elf shotgun and Saturday Mght Special were melted down at the STARKE PLAZA 964-8776
shotguns when under the flame the breech .or loading point,*o they could Dover be w4 again.
Small Saturday night specials expanded lama> MM unwed.Fumw V*"".,Inc
and burst like confetti when for every illegal gun they destroy weapons like these constantly," II>1988 Hillm..CMh.Inc
,burnt, spewing small fragments of more will pop up to take their place 'Sheriff Reddish said. "It's a never-
metal as the deadly guns met their' and some will\ ,be used to commit ending battle but the more we can,
*nct, J' crimes, keep off the streets the safer we will
1'he'sherdf. knows* however thatNeSv '"We keep our, eyes out for ,all be,"


Phase En tered, ,in ,Local Fund, Drive IORIOAEST

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1lJy Mark Frledlln Success stories abound. You have Through the principals of-"Nor-'
BeT Staff Writer only to visit the clients and staff' malization",staffers emphasize ac' ONTROL
The drive for funds has entered a ,members to notice. tivities and programs to enable the r f I 1
new phase for the staff and clients at, "Some of the clients who come handicapped person to become as This Weeks!
the Bradford Association of Retard here have been in institutions where productive and as independent as
ed citizens': Sunshine Industries there was no creative output at all, possible. The ultimate goal always SPECIALS G.E 's AUTOMATIC
workshop,which is experiencing one and it stifled their mental growth," throughout the program is to return
of I its biggest years yet with a sue- Larimer said."It's a completely dif- the client to living and working In- r -
cesstul i placement program ferent situation here and the dependently in the community, SoU 'WASHER
operating in, local community ,changes in personality are dramatic At the present time there aVe over .....J\. FumIgant
businesses and exciting plans for an after they arrive and began workingand SS clients attending the program,an ,
,expansion of the facility socializing with fellow workerson increase over last year which putsan e3'I & DRYERS
The facility needs community support a normal basIs The people here even higher priority on obtaining 799
for the new building,which will ,in this community should be proud of new space in which to work and ad- Gallon+TTeats : 1 r Washer with ''three
house an added workshop the progress they have made; We minister the wash/rinse./ Dryer with
classroom: and office space to meet 'want tt to continue, and that's why which are going on constantly at the 400 Sq. Ft. four-oycle Including t
the needs of handicapped citizens of 'we need help with our expansion pro. facility.
r .,
I permanenS press/;
Bradford County. ject. ::0 ;t }. .'I'I I, sir iii
"We are planning to build the new Sunshine Industries provide vocational To the clients, one of the biggest qL.B.
building this year," reports Ex training, daily living skills (a positive aspects of the facility is the 't 25 BUY THE PAIRSIOO
ecutive Director Bob Larimer. "The vital, but often overlooked part Of warm relationships they form with 1
plans call for an 8,000 square foot the program and a productive wage the,staffers, who obviously take a 4
new building which will add ,a' earning job to'clients attending the real, ongoing personal interest, in 'PonUacReds 7S off
,classroom;,additional office spaces program. ,their welfare and progress. 50 LB. Bag
for the staff, and an entire newworkshop
for the clients. Local funding ,-- Kills Fleas
and community support will be O insects'
crucial in this stage of the project 'LONGCH'AMP'HOM'ES olo 1 (, ::. the
but!; we think we have a lot to be proud GASRANGE
yard & G.E.
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'businesses and our successful community G
placement program, which lOll
has been very well received." Bag 99 ''n? ?,
,Three of the most highly trained 5000 Sq/ Ft., ONLY ,
;workers at the facility have received NOW'S THE TIME IF 'YOU'RE Free Standing Range'
jobs at local businesses around the
,starke area and employers report READY ,TO BUY! 2p0ROTOHOE Lift-Off porcelain enarpel,
:.outstanding, success with their performance finish oven door '

'This program has been very encouraging ,We're building a beautiful home in Deer- 1 ?

so far," ,Larimer said. wood Subdivision 'and choose the'
This has been one of the most satisfying YOU can /

the clients things, and we've the done'staff yet here.both for It' 'custom, finishing! ;' "touches '(.Carpe't, Paint, '' $328

gives them a real boost of confidence Cabinets, 'Tile,' Etc,)., r
when .worker can do so well in the
business environment. We would
like' to do'this! (community placement Located on''Lot No 14,. Deerwood '
) as much as possible becauseof -
the positive aspects it has' U.S.: ,301 South, Starke'' G.E'
demonstrated." '
Sunshine Industries is a bustling : AUTOMATIC
enterprise located! on State Road 16 Call LONGCHAMP HOMES
Mentally retarded adults of,Brad- ,DISHWASHER'
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I ObituariesJoe ,r ,I \ : >'"' '< ,, \: \ I
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Jr. Born and raised in Germany, Mr. '
Winter moved to the United States in grandchildren, 'and three' great. of Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; sister,Dorothy
I", Mr.Joe Griffis! ;Jr:,70,of Jackson- 1923.He served In the U.S.Army and grandchildren S.Maronl of Mt. Vernon, and
villed, died January 29 at his horn*. lived In Miami before moving to Funeral services were held Friday 14 grandchildren. #E
Jan. 29 at the New River Bap- Graveside services ''were held, w
A native of Starke,Mr.Griffis/ wasa Crystal Lake. He was a salesman
lifelong resident of Jacksonville. with Addressograph-Multigraph for tist Church in Bradford County with' Saturday, Jan. 30 at Oak Grove
He retired after 20 years from Civil 4ft v.nrn. ___ _. Rev. James Countryman and Rev. Cemetery in Union County. Archer I
Service as a supply unit supervisor survivors include his wife, Mrs. Cecil Turner officiating. Burial was Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in i
at Cecil Field. He was a veteran of Esther B. Winter; three daughters, in .New River Cemetery. Archer charge of a rang ments.
World Mrs. Wendy Evans of Gainesvilleand Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in
War U and the Korean Con Mrs. Gretis WilliamsMrs.
flict. Wanett Winter of Keystone and charge of arrangements, We'll Capture

Survivors Include 'his mother, Wanlta Winter of Starke; two sons, Mrs..Gilda RobertsMrs. Gretis Azell Thomas
; Maude Griffis; daughters, Wanda Walter and Warren: and two grand-, Williams, 83, of Starke,died Sundayat
Weldon and Lana Joe Griffis; son, 'sons. Gilda Mamie Barker the Whispering Pines Care Center Your Heart!
Daryl Griff; five sisters, Myrna Private'memorial services were Roberts,61,of Bell, died Wednesday 'In Starke after an extended illness.
Dockery of DeLand, Reba Ketter of held Tuesday Feb. 2 at the Chapel of morning at Alachua General Born in Union County, Mrs.
Starke, Ruth Scott of Hampton Archie Tanner Funeral, Home in Hospital in Gainesville following a Williams lived most of her life there
Eunice(Pat>Gilliard of Raiford and Starke with burial at a later date. ,brief illness. until she moved to Starke 11 years
Dorothy Cruthirds of Sacramento, Arrangements were handled by Archie Born and raised In DeLand, Mrs. ago. She was the widow of the late witacacn qf
Calif.; three grandchildren and Tanner Funeral. Home of Roberts had lived in Bell for the past John Wesley Williams. She was a fJ
several nieces and nephews. Starke. 12'/i' years. She was a homemakerand homemaker and member of the '
Funeral services were held Mon- member of the Church of Jesus Church of Christ in Starke.
day at the Town and Country Guar. Card of ThanksWe Christ of Latter Day Saints in Survivors include ,her brother gez'(0h
dian Chapel In Jacksonville with interment the family of Charles (Sam) Chief land. Denzil Thomas, of Gainesville andseveral
In Riverside Memorial Martin would like to thank each and Survivors include her husband nieces and nephews. ,
Benjamin,Conner Roberts of Bell Funeral
Park. for the food and ; services were held TUes-
prayers two daughters, Annie Lenore Feb. 2 in
day, the Chapel of Archer
beautiful flowers
Guy J. Han-ell, this time of loss of you gave loved us during Chesser of Stuart and Dana Michelle Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
one. Roberts of Bell; three sons, Ben C. Sro Jim Cobb officiating. Burial ntl'UdOakof
Mr. Guy Jefferson 78, of The Martin Family RobertS,'IIU Mlddleburg, Dell was in Elzey Chapel Cemetery near ,, ,
Brooker died Sunday, Jan. 31' in Card of Thanks, Preston'Roberts of St. Augustine, Worthington Springs' under' the
Wbispering Pines Care Center' in and :Ralph Daniel Roberts of direction of Archer Funeral Home of '
Starke.A We would like to express our deep Gainesville. ;; mother;Lenora Jaffee Lake Butler. 'Jalt and .lifetime resident of this area'! appreciation for each and everyonefor ...... z
Mr. HarreU was a retired sharing in our recent great loss. ,
poultryman and farmer and a Your kindness and thoughtfulnesswill I1Ii P 1" ,
member of Brooker Baptist Church. never forgotten.. The food, "
Survivors include his wife Dolly flowers cards and prayers are all AFTER PROCRAFT ,-(,\ E) ,

Harell; three daughters, Regina the beautiful expressions of love all 'HYDRA SPORT ,' ':' '
.Parrish of Lake Butler; Ramona held for a beautiful person. We loved c. .
Griner of Gainesville and Rhonda him dearly and you all let us know ,ALUMACRAFTAGGRESSOR ..'** *i ......*.-.. '
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Harrelt of Brooker; brotherd you did also.A .' .. ) '
Malcolm Harrell of special thanks to the Senior'Class BOAT : '
three grandchildren. of'87 for a beautiful memorial 'GBAHA' '' ( :

Funeral services were, held service. You gave us many warm :: :> ? jlpu
Wednesday,Feb. 3 at Brooker Bap- memories we.will always treasure. , ; .:" '? !': ...

tist Church with Rev. Greg Douglas, Robert,Brenda and ', ,, .... : ..' ". '. ,';j .
Rev Fred Johns and Rev. Charles Jamie Whitehead ," SHOW ; : "
r R. Green officating. Burial was in : I ,' .r, .. V-.A ,r' ." ;,;. .,. ,
New Hope Cemetery in Brooker Mrs. Vennie Carter i.

under the direction of Johnson- Mrs. Vennie Lou Carter, 69, of'
'S' lbN"S'T.
Hayes Funeral Home. Maxville,died Tuesday,Feb.2 in St.,' F { ,P' :,
Vincents of Jacksonville' '
Mrs Clara Sherouse I'
following a sudden illness. aSALE
Mrs.Clara Eleanor Sherouse,91 of Born Dec. 27, 1918 in Clay Hill, 1144 Edgewood Aver, ,452' ,N: Temple Ave,;' 1
Hawthorne, died Thursday, Jan. 28 Mrs. Carter was a J lifetime residentof (Jacksonville, FL. Starker; Ft:
,in Whispering Pines Care Center of Maxville. She was a homemaker
,,384-0634 954-f 172
Starke following, an extended illness. \and a member of Clay ,Hill Baptist MODELS ?
1 Church.;, TO
Born Feb. 26,1896 in Waldo Mrs. Survivors' include three CHOOSE FROM' VISA,,Master ard/yV ,come! ''"/

Sherouse was a longtime resident of 'daughters, Norma Lee Starling and .
Hawthorne. 'She was a 'retired ,Norma Jean Thomas, both of
i I postmistresswith- ,the U.S. Postal i Lawtey and Marie Cuzzourt of' tUlFJEnR, ,PEHCIESOnTheVSpot" <
'Service, and was a member of the ,Rome,Ga.; son C.B.Carter of Clay "
First Baptist Church of Hawthorne, Hill; brother Clausen Manning of \ ;: (: 0
the Order of the Eastern Star in Clay Hill; two sisters, Dorothy
"" 'Hawthornethe Woman's Club of Taylor of Jacksonville and Kathleen Financing !
','", Hawthorne, and the ,NARFE of .Johns of Daytona; grandchildren erCit ATTENTION, TORO OWNERS!
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; \ Gainesville for Federal Employees. and 13 great-grandchildren.
Survivors include two daughters?, Funeral services will be held Fri- TACKLE 0 ,rJ.JMRR'JriiR Pick-Up ft Delivery on
Eleanor B. Cummings of Gainesville day, Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. in Clay Hill ARINE OUT60ARD5V FREE Toro Rider '- Good thru "P b.28Today
"., and Alyce S. Cummings of Camden,' Baptist ''Church in Maxville with Call For Pick-Up !
Ark.; four granddaughters and SIX Rev. 'Bill Hendricks officiating. .
great-grandchildren. Burial 'will be in' Long Branch () ANNUAL, TUNE-UP
Graveside funeral services were Cemetery under the' direction of 1 1(9O4)N '
-- 'Jones Funeral Home of Starke. r
held Saturday, Jan.30 in Hawthorne\ '(
4 Cemetery: with Rev..Robert Carter ,,', ( 28231'156H. "
:Via j officiating. Arrangements were ,Albert P. ,Hortol, '" ''f

handled by Jones Funeral' Home of Mr. Albert Paul Morton,. S3, of ,,3070 ,Blanding -, Midleburg FL $2'495'' L
Starke. iQ
Waldo, died Tuesday afternoon in
b In lieu'of flowers, contributionsmay Gainesville following an apparent 1 1/2 Mile South' of 218 on SR 21 ,\ ,
be made to the charity of your heart attack. .Clean Entire Mower / ,
l Born in Middleboro, Mass:,' he Change 011SbarpeD ,
choice.Cecil moved to Waldo four years ago. He Blade
R.Whitehead'Mr. .
A4Ju/ Carburetor
'was an automobile mechanic and a .
dean AIr .rte:
Cecil R. Whitehead, 80, ,of member of the Baptist Church. WAREHOUSEOPEN .Lube Throttle Filter -_ ,
Starke, died Thursday afternoon,,at Survivors include his wife, Vivian' .Check AD Nut a: BolU
Lake City Medical Center following Rogers Horton of Waldo; two sons, S Adjust Brakes &: Belts
an extended illness.A Scott and Kevin Horton, also' of 1 Service Tire&: Battery
natiVe ''of Lawtey, Mr. Waldo; four sisters,Virginia Mercerof TO PUBLIC, ..Grease All Fitting
Fall River, Mass., Jean Couto of
Whitehead has been a lifetime resi- '
,dent of Bradford County. He was a Fairfield Calif. Barbara Ashcroft Family Desi ner'Shoes Pre-Season ''Sale On All
retired vocational instructor for the 'of North Dighton, Mass., and Sylvia
Department of) ,Corrections and a Griffin of Waynesboro Ga.; three of Pairs Mowers '& Catchers,
brothers, Gerald Horton of North
motel owner and operator Mr.
Whitehead was a'deacon and Reading, Mass., Clarence Horton of PRO-KEDS CANDIES Any Pair100's ACE
Somerset Mass., and George Hor'
member of the First Baptist Church, JORDACHE PONY
ton of Miramar, Fla. ., Hardware
of Starke.
Funeral services were held Friday CONNIE PAOLINI
Survivors include one son,Robertof
in the of Archer Funeral
Brooksville two daughters,Judy'' CONVERSE LOTTO toao.oo
; Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Art up
Martin of Lake City and Patti Frick'
Peterson officiating. Burial was in SPAULDING L.AGEAR
of Cross Creeksister i ,Eunice Kelly
Dekle Cemetery under the directionof
.of, Lawtey; and three grandsons., Archer Funeral Home
!Funeral services were held Satur,
day in First Baptist' Church of Mrs. Alberta JonesMrs. 417 Edwards Rd. TAcross from Bradford Sq. Stark*) 1 / 1
Starke with Rev, Ben Bryant of-;
Relating. Burial was in Kingsley ,'Alberta P. Jones, 76, of
Lake Cemetery, under the directionof Brooker, died Tuesday night at her
Biggs Funeral Home of Lake City. home after an apparent heart at '
In lieu of flowers, contributions tack. E-Z WHEELS'
may be made to the First Baptist Born in Louisville,Ky.,Mrs.''Jones IN THESE MODERN TIMES'
',Church of Starke Building,Fund. lived in Brooker for the last 23 years. 1320 N.TEMPLE AVE.STARKE ,y
.She was a homemaker and memberof
Hans Gerhar, Winter' New River Baptist Church. ar'I'I
include her husband 964-7783 need
Survivors Making funeral
Mr' Hans Gerhar Winter 74, of Ronald Yatesof your pre ,
Harold R. Jones
North Starke Fla., died Regional Monday Medical, Feb.Centerof lat', Hayward, CaLL son; sister, Willetta' e Buy Here .. Pay here; rangementsls;' more than a con .' (

Gainesville following an extended ,Ptacek ''of Columbus Ohio; four; I q
'e We Finance venience, it is ,almost a necessity. jl .
Illness., "
1979 Thunderbird-Low : a, }

Mileage\Nice Why postpone' making arrangements ,
'$495 Down.E-Z Payments I
for funeral =r
Diaz M.D. ,your ? =
Fernando Ph.D. 1983 Dodge Colt Runs '
'I'n,,,'':''," Good/Drives Good 'Call us. or, come by for the

'. ;,.' ''t'" ,":: ':, ;-is,pleased/ to, "announce'. '' ,'', ,. $495 Down *E-Z Payments_ ;, plans that are available.! ,

"' ,',;:"\\"'c." ,i',< ., the opening of his ', 1973 Caprice,4 dr, I ,/ r

: ,";;,',;,', '. \J,,, dependable transportation.'

,"" ",.',<,("'i',"'' ,;;; :"neurosurgery. practiceirf v:i iIf' ;' ,"' '$395 Down .>E-Z Payments' I JONES FUNERAL HOME, ,

:; Aries Nice Car .
1982 Dodge '
'.: ,:.,,;;'.\ .. .. association, With the. ',:' ',,'. $495 Down -E-Z Payments ;I 1514 Noa'Street Starke'.'964-6200 Hwy 100'& Cypress St. Ke stone H ts.w 473-3176

Neuroscience, 'Institute of SantaFe ., -- -

a SantaFe HeaithCare center,

and the Jrlenry Ford Hospital '.,. '468-1792 ., ;
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c:' i Residential: Commercial ,Industrial =srjr Grills

Ayers Medical Plaza 20 Ib cylinder
:r, Starke Office: HWY ,301 S. of Starke Many models
720 S.W., Second Avenue
$19.5 to choose'AST
7 miles S. of Starke
h ty tSuite; 458 North Building from; '

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Dollhouse Gift ol 'LoweMembers
I- : Legions a
clUdIn a picture of Trtsb on one 01
_ of American Legion: wTndlngitaircase.indivTau1niyTh set
Post 203 and Auxiliary in KeystoneHeights shingles,gazebo and furniture and the walls" when c Jhe was < '
had a very special treat thev fully decorated. !:! _house, inold'_ ,
recently when they were present for
the unveiling of a handmade doll''
house and honored its recepient with ,Good'Selection to.

a birthday The doll house party.was made by Doyle Choose.,From
and Dorothy,James of Lake Santa NO DOWN PAYMENTC
Fe who spent the last nine months
building the house for their grand-1' & C Mini-Storage
daughter's birthday Grandaughter,
Trish James, was given the doll HWY 301 South-
house at the American Legion Poston i 964-8848 a+di_}+OU* eulldi
., SR 21 in honor of the Legions i
... '\ "Children and Youth" month.
,/ Although Trish, who turned eight
years-old, may not play ,with her
new doll in the same way as other t
eight-year-olds might because she ii"M
is handicapped: the sparkle in her
eyes when she saw the house left no See
doubts that it was more than a doll
r was a house of love. ,
Every piece of the house was Vern.onReddish
'created by the work of the Doyle and ; 2., 7
Dorothy Doyle used a kit to make
the house and furniture, carefully th'
'cutting out each piece and assembling j .
it. The couple decorated the
For Your
house and Dorothy knitted the
drapes and bed spreads. The nine "
month project produced a several New or Used
Happy Birthday Trish... level doll hmme, -complete with a '
Shown he picture from loft to right are(front row),Bean June., ; Auto. Needs
year-old brother of TrUhSecond "
row are maternal grandparent Carl and Dot Holder birthday girl PHYSICAL THERAPY'I I if l
Trbh June,mother Pat June and paternal grandmother Dorothy June. [
Back row father Curt June and paternal grandfather who built the ORIAN WELLS''CHEVROLETOLDS '
,donb_.Doyle June. I.., '
APPOINTMENT, 964-6000 '
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Located at 7350 Hwy.1OO W.Keystone IIU.
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PETS WITHOUT HOMES ,i t, Bradford Hospital
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1 yeat old cat, grey w/white marking '
WANTED: Siamese calf Call Package Center '

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Northside Church '"..' ,' .. ,,I
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FEBRUARY 7th at 7:00 P.M. Rev. I. Johnson has ','" : ;
Pastored Several Churches,this 'is dedicated ot God .. -!., ,' ; 1.
man a man ', I :: ; -r ,
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and is in great demand as a Revival Speaker, He will certainly, ',,'::1/,1't '',/..ItM, "f\. \'j", ,,, ..", i",\,' 31 JS) : ( ;' I'' I,'," '
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bless Me.FEBRUARY. :I' "
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8th at 7:00: P.M. Moody Adams Is'an '. i''x.V"'tWhen
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Evangelist who holds revivals worldwide. He has traveled : '
extensively I in the Middle East: He and his wife Betty were the ',, ;; '/' :''}'''::: ::1
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guest of Menachem Begin during his term as Prime Minister of, "" .' : "' ',, ',\
t, ,
Israel / we:opened the doors of Specialists: I'i2Bradford :' "i"IM" : .
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Bradford Hospital 31 years ago, it ''' ,:: ':' '
Hospital maintains a staff'v::: ;" ,
.FEBRUARY,,8th at 8:00:: P.M. Dr. Harold Hunter is "
Pastor of North Jacksonville Baptist Church, under Dr. Hunter's :was a modern health care futility.One ., of very fine, physicians. Beyond ,' '

leadership North'Jacksonville has literally exploded with growths you could look to for all yourfamily's 'that through our Diagnostic/ ';':". .. '
in massive be ; .. : :
'They are now a building program.He can seen medical '
Sunday night at,10:00: on channel 47. You don't want to miss ,'" care needs. 31. Treatment Center'we,have,'access ".' ;' ,';I .,'; '" .
February 8th with Evangelist Moody Adams and Dr. Harold 'years later, it still is. Only better. number 'of '
Hunter., ',I :. ; to a,large specii: istS'Y: : l';'/;< ; '.: ,,

} :".:.",, ', New ,facility Between our regular staff and our'DiagnosticTreatment :'::,:':',",;,;,:::,:;;,\\v :: ::1"" ;," ,, '
i FEBRUARY 9th at 7:00 P.M.Evangelist' Adams. ."
Moody, ," '' "
t specialists,: : .: >/.i.'t :.-, "
Wave built brand new facility at "
,FEBRUARYj{/9th at 7:00;Vernon Johns,Is a :.. ,' I ; Bradford Hospital can treat most ,"Y:' ,: ". '
Bradford It's
Bradforde County Native it is Indeed an homnor to have Dr. Hospital more illness .handle almost' '..
,Johns In our,Church: He is being greatly used of God as Pastor 1 .just new walls, halls and waiting ;any any. ',:, ,',
of "St.,Parks Baptist Church" In Jacksonville and also as injury you might:face: ? :
President of "Nprth! Florida Baptist Theological Seminary.. rooms. The new Bradford Hospital ,_ ,\ ,"

Northside Baptist'Church. Raiford Rd Starke houses modern diagnostic'' Critical, Care'Unit ,

For further Information, call 964-7124. equipment, expanded gyFor' very serious 'injuries and 1 "' ."',' .:;:'" .

C coverage and all the.high-tech illness, Bradford Hospital operates' '" ,'::'."\,.,;:,.. ,: ,
' 'features" you'd expect,in" a hospital, a fully equipped ,Critical Care Unit,..'" ''I'' > ,)r, ;;,:,,"" ':,, ::', '

LAKE' AREA PHYSICAL' THERAPY ,Inc.. built .for the 80's and beyond. ,state of the art in every respect. ':,(,.:y-:;, :::;:;' ,, ',,' : ,'"
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I, 'Certified Rehabilitation ,Agency* -4 _-_ 24-hour emergency For the past;31 years Bradford ', ," "'..':: '., '

t Physical Therapy & Speech: Pathology I service :Hospital has been mere 'With '.-',:.'... '

. .( ., We're' also proud of our;, new,24- everything your family has : ,

, Specializing: hour emergency:room... Fully' needed for good health. And after' .

I'I'I' I, Orthopedics Neurology.:'Pediatrics ,i equipped, fully staffed and ,all these'improvements, we, ought ', :'
I Neck & Back Pain T.M.J//
...1 ',: !' Sports,Medicine./ Dysfunction* ,. ;standing by,,prepared for virtually' to be good for another 31 years., -

Mad/care./ Insurance and Worker' Compensation Accepted,' ", ,. any emergency you or your T> A : "

"I 'Laura Hodges p J, Jennifer Bradley) P.T. ,'f.! ', ,family,might experience' DivAl-Jr* UKUHOSPITAL ', :,,\_t:': \' : '

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475-3113' 964-2203 1 ,922 East Call Street Starke, Florida: 32091 90 -9646000I

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2 a 1 BEDROOM HOUSE $330 and $330 FIREWOOOi $33 for long wheelbase FOR SALE PHONE 964-7776

Coil 964.5377 after 5:30 p.m. 10/1 TF COTTAGES, Fully furnished. Dally, truck load with free fat lighter ; 20$ N.. T.mpr. '
y. & Stark
J" .... ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobll. horn; weekly monthly rate*. Also V* mil. from city. Nice neighborhood. CHAIR WITH AUTOMATIC electric seat
home park spaces for rent and home your own mobile home. Several to
4681323. 10/8TF for sale. MT. VIEW RESORT U.$.' 64E. 'lift. Excellent condition, $300 964-7260 choose from Call 468-1323 for Information Cecelia TerwlHegar \
NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish- Highlands Rd.. Franklin NC. ((704)) 475-2913.. Itpd 2/4 ; 10/8TF .
ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video HOG FEEDERS Thre ID-hole wall ,....NEW LISTING.....
524.4605. 6/11 tfnchg NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call
Roy .
room avollabl.* Will on. child. feeder, $100 each: Almost {new. Well at A&W Mobile Home. 964-6407 WOW I Sophisticated waterfront living In lakewood Subdivision on
no pel*. Palm. Apis.. 2313 N. T.mpl. FOR SALE 782-3732. Itpd 2/4 or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw Crosby Lake Seclusion without remotenetal Cedar and stone; beautiful
Ave.. Starke 32091. 10/79 If TRAIL MOTEL RESTAURANT In Lawtey' 2 DOUBLEWIOE REPO'St Financing name, living room, family room with stone fireplace. dining room, big
TIN MOilll HOMES for rent: furnished has solid oak tables 42" to 52" finished available. Call 1.272.0625 collect tfn master bedroom ,two other nice site bedroom, two bath., front porch
y or unlurnlihed. MIMOSA MANOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS)' As low a* and unfinished with chair to match. 2 USED DOUBLEWIOESt Low payments.Low double garage, ceiling fan throughout. SIde-by-slde refrigerator with'
r 9647498. 11/19 TFchg $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn Set are from $29S to $495. Finished down payment. Call 1-272-0650 Icemaker Two complete heating/cooling unit*. Stunning view of lake,
\, TWO HOUSES FOR RENTS In Starke. 2 or 3 NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. bar .tools.. Itpd 2/4 collect, tfn next to private boot ramp B. recreational area. A real Shangri-La I
bedroom. 2 bath fireplace,, Measure 24x36", 25 cent each. Greatfor SEVERAL ITEMJt Electric motor, new ASSUME 3 BR 2 bath on lot $159
? near school, no pet. KINGSLEY patching end repair. TELEGRAPH, and ,used pulleys, castors, pillow month. 904-351-8514 dealer your 1/7 HOMES _
LAKE: 2 bedroom I both furnlihed. 133 W. Call St, 9646305. block, starter, panel' boxe, etc. Ga 2/4 Stchg 'LOVELY 3 BR, 2V4 Ba custom built home,7 with fireplace. DR. eat-In kitchen

5332235.21 3tchg 2/4 ALICIA HAY: new hay $23. Delivery heater,, cart with wheel Kicks HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL); 28><68. 4/3. extra large utility room screened porch, garage, CHA, thermal
ROOM FOR available. All In Salvage, 9645184. 2/4 windows, acre of land 68000.
RENT Cabl.. HBO. AC* hay barn 7 mile West Itpd Home of Merit $279 month. Free
"heat. No deposit. $66 and $73.50. Sun- 'of Starke on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gosklni. WINDOWS camper, topper, delivery. Uncle Roy', 904-351-8514. BRICK 1 BR. 1 Vi Ba. LR, kitchen-dining area, carport, utility room 1004 N.
'. Motel North 301. 1/38 3tpd 3/11 9648356. 8/27 TFchg motorhome, tinted, several .Iz... 1/7 Stchg 2/4 Thompson St. Well Insulated low utility\ bills, 45255. ,

THREI BEDROOM 2 bath mobile home In LIMEROCK PILL SAND hauled and Toyota pickup rear sliding windows. REPOSE easy assumption with little or no BRICK '4 or SIR. 2 bo, 1900 ..t.. 1 acre. 3 yr*. old, between .Starke 1
country Furnished air and heat. spread. 783-3173 Allen Taylor Rick Salvage, 964-9184. Itpd 2/4 $ down. Double* and tingles, Lawtey
$2SO/month. $100 deposit. 964-6303 Lawtey 9/24 TF FILING CABINETS several used 2, 4, andS 904-351-8514, agent. 1/7 Stchg 2/4 GOOD LOOKING New Duplex, 213 Bradford Drive 2 BR, 1% bath living
day or 964-4480 eve until 9:30: p.m. ALICIA HAY Fresh cut. $2S a roll. All drawer one fireproof. etc. Metal' 28 WIDE shingle' masonite, fireplaceand room eat In kitchen with stove, finest carpet, best location.
1/28 TFo| 'hay under barn 7 mile from Storke on bookcases. Rick' Salvage, 9645184. much more $227/monthi '262 S. MYRTLE $T.) Home ft 2 car garage, all new Interior, CHftA 2 BR."\
EXTRA CLEAN 3 BR. 12x70 mobile home 'Hwy. 16 toward prison- 964-6167 or Itpd 2/4 904-351-8514. Uncle Roy'7' Stchg Ba. $30,000 Financing Available See to Appreciate.
on V4 acre lot. Clow to town. Partially, 782.3727. 64tfnATTENTION USED CEMENT BLOCKS now wrecking 2/4 '642 N. WALNUT 3 BR,''2 Ba, Handyman' dream. 38000.
''urn I.heel. NO PETS. $275 month $100 HANDYMEN! Large cement Some used lumber doors, window REDUCED 12x6Si: 2 BR, I bath $3500. LUXURY. SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT Keystone, beautiful

security deposit. 964-7354. 1/28 2tchg for block home In city of Starke. Looking 'other building supplies. Ricks Salvage. 9647358. 1/21 6tchg 2/25 Spanish style home, 3450 ..f., 10 acre, sprinkler system 4 BR, 2V* bo for
reasonable offer. Itpd 2/4
2/4 a 17267651.
EXTRA CLEAN 12.60 mobile home with mal LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR brkk fireplace, patio pool ceiling
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 1/21 4tpd 2(11AUTOMATIC 1917 F-150 XLT LARIAT excellent condition
964-8614 or 2 BR, 1 bath modern kitchen central '
fans 2 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg.,. $133.0001
9647619. 1/28TF, CLOTHES WASHER Sears bright red. cruise, tilt, custom AC $4,900. 964-4510. 2/4 2/11
'NEW HOME 3 BR, 2 bath CH4A. patio used $100. Call 964.5812. 1/21 TFc. 'seat air, OS, PB, 6 cyl., with 4 sp. OD, ,1971 MOBILE HOME 12x64 2tpd clean 3 BR. 'ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco I block beauty with 3400 s.f., 6''
STEEL BUILDINGS ; AM/FM stereo sliding redr window Y'". old on 2% acre In Lawtey area. Spacious..Elegant.PrestigeI
garage appliance, carpeting wooded 40x75x12 $3.43 ft. J'/ bath new heat and air window
lot, qul.t neighbor. W. Pratt St. 1 40x100x14 $$3.39: 50x100x16$3.33 ft.: and chrome bumpers, 20K ml., $9,830, unit. Ha built on front and bock ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St., 3/2', brkk new roof, carport new Carrier
", year leoe required. $475 monthly plus 60x100x14 $3.05 ft.: 70x100x14 2.90 96.4.7455.'Ipd' 2/4 these Must be moved. Price $3,500 par- heat pump large screened porch utility shed extra lot,
'I ,, month deposit. Apply at 964-8073. ft.; 100x100x12 $276 fro Allied Steel firm. Phone 292.3540. 2/4 3tpd 2/11 'CONSOLIDATED HOME ft OFFICE OR APT 3 Acre, lawtey area.

1/28TF BOO-633-4141.. 1/28 3tpd 2/11 NOTICE KINGSLEY LAKE) 3 BR, 1 bath. You get DEERWOOD SDbrick 3/3. pool $105,000
TWO BR APARTMENT $73 per week appliance ,SNAP CORN) new crap ground to order use of boat ramp and 2 docks, ..ntlot. MENG DAIRY ROAD 4/2,2 story, 12 acres $ 85.000
and utilities Included. No bug fr_. 9647376. 1/28 2tpd 2/4 $7,000 firm. 964.5814. 2/4 2tchg 2/11 SAMPSON LAKE 3/2 1985 DW fireplace, high lot $ 50,000
pet..9648498. Itpd 2/4 SEVERAL ITEMS 36" gas stove, small CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba, 1 acre, ,.1'. go country $ 62.000,
", ROOMMATE WANTED IN lAWTEYi Call refrigerator and ladle bicycle Ilk. to the Bradford County ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, Reduced, quick sale 19,900
Debbie, 783-9844 between 8-10 a.m. new Call 964-2227.1/28 TF Telegraph office In writing and paid In' COMMERCIAL BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oak 5/0. extra lot S ....000
only for more Information. Itpd 2/4 SWAP OR BARTER Have 1980 Pontiac advance unless credit is already PROPERTY' MENG DAIRY DO.2.25 acre, 3/1 CB, CH/A, so near $ 40,000
UxtO UNFURNISHED mobile home on 1 LeMan In excellent condition Will established/ with this office. RENT/LEASE/SALE CROSBY LAKE CANAL:2IR.1Ia.'tH/A. frame $ 41,000

acre lot In country. $190 plus $150 trade for first class roof Installed oncommercial THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD LAWTEY BR, 2 ba, 2 story 1 acre,,100 Y'".,old 36.000,
deposit. Now property. Call 1-328-7778.
application ,
964.5734 after 4 p.m. 2/4TF !/284tchg2/18 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 'FOR LEASE 1.000.q: ft.,301 South next ,
2 BR MOBILE HOME furnished unfur- 47" PONY great with kids, works well in THI TELEPHONE. to United Realty .t 964-8848, 964-8411r BRICK BIDG. 4000 sq.ft. (unfinished Inside) off Morgan on NW 42nd'Ave.
nish.d.; game $250. 4733628. 1/28 2tpd 2/4 Classified deadline' Is TUESDAY. or eve, 473-3627.4/16 tfnchg 'on 1.5 acre Built as a lodge but could convert to your own .use.j.; $60,000-
$100 depolt. 964-8704 after 5 p.m. or .USED WASHER AND GAS DRYER; Both NOON prior Thursday publication ,3500 SQ. FT. ON 2 FLOORS 137 A 139 E. ENTERPRISE ZONE: 145'xl 65', near hasp. $ 25.000.:
anytime weekend Itchg 2/4 for $23. Washer needs repair. Call' Classified display deadline TUESDAY Call St. Available Dec. 15 for lease with ,THOMPSON ST: 11,362 s.f., brick Enterprise Zone,Benefits $ 60.000
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Hwy. 16,:. 964-5873 after 4 p.m. ltg| 2/4 ,5:00 P.M.. Special Classified display. 'option.,Call: I-356-6849 or write Clyde 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldg. 240"on 301, great value $ 37,000 ,
96.4.5517.2/42tchll2/11 DEEP CHEST FREEZER, Montgomery placement Is NOT Guaranteed.. W, Simpson 1419 Barnett Bank Bldg. 301 N: by Econo lodge 165.0V on 301 $130.000

TWO BEDROOM I bath In Lowtey. Call Wards, $300: Also Sanyo Kerosene Minimum charge for classified ads Is ,Jay, Fla. 32202, 12/3 TF 301 N: approximately 1 150' x approx..220'* ," $123,000

783-3894 after 10 p.m. 2/4 3tpd 2/11 Heater $65.'Call 964-4133 afl.r'5 p.m. each 15 word word for thereafter$3.SO, than. '15 cent. for I I 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option? Reduced $ 85,000

IJxeS MOBILE HOME. 3BR., 1 bath on Itpd 24DIABETIC __:. REAL ESTATE 301 S: 193'301 frontage $ 85.000
on. acre. S250/month. 964-4338.3/4TF SUPPLIES Accuchek B.G., p. 301 and Washington Street 262.5 x4O3" $ 91.500

COZY 2 BR HOUSE furnished CH&A. blood monitor Tube of Cherestin FOR SALE 301 S;, 135 hf.. an 3011 appra..2 acres, (palllbl 4 Acres) $130.000
carpeted. Prefer tingle, adult. For Info, (trip. BG 50 pack.. Adjustable
'call 964.6680 after 3 p.m. Itchg 2/4 aluminum cane, aluminum walker. PERSONALSA .ACWAOE.......
t TWO BEDROOM mobile home. 9645760. 964-4711. Itpd 2/4 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 GREAT LOCATION Hwy 100W ft Hwy 225 40 plus Acre $ 60,000
" Itpd 2/4 1971 SOUTHWIND MOTORHOMEt (U-rapair), delinquent tax properties RD; 100 EAST: T.37 acre, wooded and platted S 7.000
STATE EMPLOYEES! need home dote to 12500. Call 9646213. Itchg 2/4 WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE and repo's. For current' lists ,call 105th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 'A acres cleared '.- $8.000
your work? W. have clean mobile FACTORY DISCOUNTED 1988 30 ft. travel "Au.trollan. European, Scandinavian 1-800-356-4687.: ext. 2729.. Also open HAMPTON 438 acres.This property has everything $438.000
School Students '
home. available.; 468.1323108 TF trailer, sell contained. 7995. Also used High In August.Exchange Become a host family for evenings. 2/4 trod 2/11 LAWTEYS acre*, 105th Av., good Investment $ 1S.OOO'

NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft, wide, central trailer at real bargain,7823080. American Intercultural Student Exchange. RD 100 Ei 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces $ 26,000 ond_.alrl .furnished. .&oWl!., *_J.- ... 2/4 3tpd 2/18 ..Call -BOG-SIBLING.. Icon 88.42 SR 16 WEST: approx.'7 acres ,$ 13,000
4681323. 10/8 TF' -ii. )Ift7 TRAVIER fi.I'I'' 'C'skL 'ISM ft. STROUT REALTY PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD. 20.16 acres 3 wells-} poles,
l'OFFICE BUILt>lNG t 3 roomTTwoll; to walT f w, Mseboat fully>eetiipped.40.hpSuzukloil "- CAMPERS* 'r '"tncorporWeVllie. _'2 septic. tanks owner finance$ 50.000.or will split ea $ 27.000
carpet central air. Perfect for Doctor Injection Merc Thruster trolling, Real Estate Broker BROWNLEE RD.: 36,43 acre, owner finance, great, location $ 82,332

Jewel or Attorney'or John office.9646305.For more info, call motor on accessories motor. $4,500., full one Call year 964-6086 warranty 'TRAVEL TRAILERS 838 N.Temple Ave.U.S. 301)) ..' '.....LJTS..,.. 4 .

TFjmm after 5 2/4 2tpd 2/11 Starke,Fl 92091 CROSBY LAKE LOTS.100 ft. $ IS.OOO19.80O
TWO BR TRAILER on nice lorg. lot In p.m.
Lawtey area. Partially furnished. No PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to 19BB TRAVEL TRAILER 30 foot list- price 964-8931 473-3C16 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: 2 lots", ,one acre each $ 7.500. $ 8,700

children 783-3344 or 782.3942. 12/10 take up low monthly payments on $14,000 factory discounted ,8995. 1460. on. ,acre, new doublewlde KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 'lots $ 4.500
TFce beautiful console piano.' Call toll\ freer Other travel trailer a* low as 7995. mobile, quiet' area 35000. WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Florida Frontier $ 15.000

PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Now taking 18003462450.: 2/4 3tpd 2/18 HANDYMAN SPECIAL) 27 ft. 1455: Apartment house ((4)) 'opts., ,DUPONT ROAD (Lowtey): T Acre surveyed Cash $6,000
Coachman, real bargain 3995. Call 100% occupied, 55000.
application. for 3 BR star- After
apartment Hours
ALICIA HAY |In rolls, horse quality. All 7823080. Itpd 2/4 '
ting at $200 month.' CH&A fully S458: laundromat ft package meat Nelson 473-7S41
p.r under barn. Order hay for winter and 26 FT. AIRSTREAM AC AM/FM/8 track. Anne Terwlllegar
,equipped kitchen cable ready. 1530 leave under my barn until need It. tore--- great Investment. John Longford .Master Appraiser 416.22914ceeleratedlealty
you tires, Ilk. Inside. $3.950 firm.
W. Madison St.. 9646312. Mon-Frl, 9.5 7 mile North of Starke on Hwy 16 2/4 457: 2 ac.,..mobll., workshop' solar(
p.m. Equal Hauling Opportunity. 1/14 toward prison. Born on West tide of water heat 39900.
TFchg rood by split level home under pecan' Office space for rent courihouse. .
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE with sun porch grdve. Delivery available Arthur Utilltle furnished
nice condition In Starke. $300 month Gaaklns. 782.3727. 10/22 TF We Have Rentals
lint ft last, plus $100 security LIVING ROOM SUITE Couch love seat, 2end Both Residential/ & Commercial
Must hove good reference and sign 1 tablet,. coffee table and choir
'year leate. No pets. 602. E.Washington ., Brown and rust good condition., Very ..
7823209. Itchg 2/4 reasonably priced., 473-2710 after Sp.m. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI T
1 OR 2 BEDROOM partially furnished tfjmrn '.
apartment. All utilities and cable TV, ,' ',,j. : I :
HBO/MAX Included. 208 N. Cherry. St.' ,
Itpd 2/4 t'

2 BR UNFURNISHED mobile home, AC, In

,the pines,, picnic or.o" private' For .Rent! 9644544Hwy. .
driveway, prefer elderly couple $175
lit and lost month. 964-6918. Itcha 2/4 Office "f"
GO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental ,r ; 301 S. :

home* tailored to your pay schedule. office Was ,.{ [@: ] Starke, FL m: ]

Private SR12I pork,laundry|lust outh and of playground.PINES SR100 In. Attorneys Office. }. .

Lake Butler.!' Call 4962366. tfn/chg. 1/7 'Fully carpeted, CH&A. \;" '
'1Ii. It. '
'fII : 9/ /
WANTEDLAND Lease required.' ... Homes.Lots.'Acreage. WaterfrontS

; $350. per month.> :<11, ', Farms" ./" Commercial

.. .
'. : WANTED 80 ta 100 ocr.L'Good tor Information or to see ( .
closing.road frontage Ask for preferred.Linda 18008436888.Immediate Call 9646305. .Susan M Faulkner GR. CRB PRESIDENT, Room. Drapes. A; Carpet, CH/A. 1416 SF Large Lot, Lake

h 2/4_ '"4tchg-"2/23- H"H EQ.l '!F.9lVL P$9LLPY'cI9;, { NOW'S Priveledgef.THE TIME TO BUY.-, 3BR/2BA Block. Great ,Room

w/Fireplace (Buck Stove).' CH/A. Stove, Wall Oven &; Rcfri.
GLORIA'S, MUSiq HOUSE; '(STUDIO) Located Hwy..301 -:2 Blks,S. SR.100 .221 W. Lafayette Street'' Carpets A; Drapes; Swimming' Pool, 41 Acre* has' Pasture,

A Wooded 32'x37' Pole Barn Well A ,
Farming Area. Septic
INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg & Gloria BryantCall' -* 175x354 301 South; excellent locution.' f 6.92 ACRES .-' 3BR/1BA, FRame and 3BR/2BA Doublewide

LESSONS: Guitar,,Banjo & Electric Bass, ,0, *3 BR. I Beth; C. block home on 1 acre. Owner financing.; has Fireplace' in Living Room' Patios A Carport Large

HWY. 301 S.I Well-built 3 BR, 2 bath brick veneer nice stocked fish pond, Workshop A Storage Building. Well A 'Septic,, Owner
964-8120 Tues-Fri 11'-7. Sun & Mon '10-2 opprox. 2 acres' '* Financing. .
*IN CITY utilities available. 40 acr... Call for details. ,
1.5 ACRES 3BR/2BA Brick DiningKitchenCombo
r REDUCED TO $49.900) 4 BR.2 Ba, CH&A. Immaculate, double carport utility Norwegian .
fenced yard.GOLFVIEWi. ,' CH/A. Range" Refri. Carpet 1200 SF. Well A Septic.

LAVERN H. OUTLAW S..rollol. available. BEST 'BUY AROUND ,- '3BR/2BA Block, Spacious" Living .
*UNIQUE PROPERTY Twelve 'V* acre lots and 4 extra ocr..:2 septic. Ideal for Room. Family R,pom, CH/A.. 1839 SF, Stove, Refri A

Broker MH lots.or camper I" Dishwasher. Well A Septic, 1 Acre."

OUTLAW ''fttalcing of but/ino ornulling' *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 S. approx. B acre with 7000 s.f. Many extra ,A REALLY GOOD BUY M 3BR/2BA Block. 1577" SF. AC.
It *APPROX. 1600 S.F.t brick veneer home, only 1 old In excellent location.
year ,CH Family Room, ',Stove A; Refri Double Carport, Enclosed .
f .' raljuN'Kvimlnga : BEAUTIFUL i'/10 ACRE building site, hoe new septic and fish pond nice tree*.
Porch on Comer Lot w/Vmeant Lot Included
V LlvPtnils/ *CROSBY LAKE SHORES Nice CB ft from. home on 1 acre. 35000.. .
,9 R 522 < *PINEBRESZI S/Di 4 BR. 2'/4 110, brick on nice lot. New roof. LAWTEY AREA 3BR/1BA Frame Ceiling Fans, Space

*STRAWBERRY ACRES 10 acre Nice building cite,. or mobile home, Heater 2 Acres, '
IN TOWN 2 BR. I bo frame home, 18500., NICE PLACE TO LIVE 2BRV1BA Frame. Well &; Septic, .
YOU! full SiM'vicr RVill Kstlltc Office '
LARGE CI HOME with more than 5 acre. Owner financing. Good Location.
\pprii illtor commercial Bu.sln. *TWO STORY HOME) very nice, large cedar home with brkk. Over 35 acre. 9.5 ACRES W/FRONTACE ON NEW, RIVER' 2BR/1BA .

*ADULT.COMMUNITY lots for camper or trailer, with water, septic and light Mobile Home; Well A Septic. ,

'RENOVATED 24TORV HOMI on 4.64 oer. CH&A, and more. pole. HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2-Story 3BR/2BA Block. Living.

'COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on SR 16 E. 3000 sq. H. on over an oer. Many' ntrae- Dining Area-w/Fireplac, City water A Sewage Available. .

.'OWNER TRANSFERRED Price reduced dro.lkollyl Wa. 130000. 100000. ,Commercial,*Residential/ Rentals Available/ .
3 81t, 2 MM. 22x40 pool. .
oufKul CH.tom4N.IH 2 story LOG HOME include ,
.QUIET PLACE Easy living In this large 3/2 horn., 700 ..f.. OUA on 7/4 t .
acre*'NIAT AS A PIN I New roof. new bathroom, clow to Stork. 5 ACRES High A Dry Well A Septic .

ONI Of THI IMNISTI 3/2 doobl wld on :3 ocr... paved rood. 10 ACRES. Pecan Grove, Barn Well A Septic. Fenced;, M

'OWNER SAYS OIT OWItl Ooobl wld.. 10 acre, of good land 10 ACRES Pecan Grove A Fish Pond. Residential. .

'A IOTTA ROOM FOR THE MONEY .tory redecorated. 1800 sej. /t. \\n Stork.. Calf one of our Professionally trained 10 ACRES t South Clay County, Residential/Agricultural

convenient 10 shopping and hoopllol. 139.000. 3 ACRES .. Good Commercial Location. .
'RIDUCI-CONVINIENT TO TOWN a 508001St 3 BR I 10. remodeled.'LEASE staff today at: 4.55 ACRES -. Zoned for Mobile Home

PURCHASES In tow*. CI. 3 IR. CH.A. Nlc. 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section..
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 'Spacious brick 4/2.
LAKE GENEVALarge Lot 100 ft. on the Water
to*. 23,300.
CHAA.'WALK TO IVtRYTHINOt 3/1 from, nlcs)
INCOME rtOMRTT. 2 BR. 1 10.REDUCED TO $23.000. or after hours call: LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson Owner Financing
LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of
TIN ACRES on US 301, priced to *.M. $55.000. HURRY City.
IAKI PROPERTY We hove home and bolo REALTOR AssoaA S. EVENINGS HWY:301 SOUTH. Large Lee Good Business' Location..
'FUN IN THI SUN :3 BR. 2 Bo, Hampton REDUCED. 210 ft- ON HWY 301 5 Acres Near Earllon Beach.
CRYSTAL LAM ACCESS Brkh 4/2. CH&A, 2000 ..!., eloquent. Irene L. Faulkner.--- -964-5142 IB IF TOUR MIND IS ON REAL BSTATB. OK THINGS RELATED

Lucille Spry .--. ---964-8420
We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings L Bobby Blggs964.7331. REALTOR .


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I Starke. Keystone Heights. I


FOUR FAMILIES Saturday. 9 til. Two ,HIRINGI Government |lobe In your area. liR COTTAGE with lake privileges BRASS BED queen size, complete, or.. ,PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile,

YOUR OWN blocks North of Bakery ,onW..tmoreland.1029 1500068000. Call 602-838-8885., HCAC, screened porch furnished or unfurnished thopedlc mattress set and frame (new, homes, pools/"'deck*. sidewalks. ,Free

STORE from APPAREL OR'SHOE TF Ext. 3493. 2/3 4tpd 2/24 S240/me. One ,block from never used. ), still In plostk. Cost estimate Cell Rob 473.3390,3/1. '
Choose J.onSport.w..r.Lodl. /library. 473-4961. tfnchg 1000. Sell for $350 cash. Stored In
.. UMW-ONORID SINGLE WOMAN OVER 40 for maid In tfnchg
Donceweor/Aeroblc, Mens, Large Size, Petite. United Method! Women will sponsora motel. Must live In. 964-7184. I2I301F' GENEVA OAKS CONDOS IBR and 3BR, Jacksonville 1-624-2639. 4tchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.

Accessories Bridal lingerie two day flea market/yard sale on SOMEONE TO CARE for elderly lady Live kitchen, utility and living, and dining. 1/14-2/4 Call :The Lawn Barber 473-3590. Free

or Store. Brand LizCtaiborn. Feb. 5-6, inside fellowship hall First -In 3 days a week,9647839. 1/21 Stchg $250-$450/mo75-2052 keep calling ,VICTORIAN BRASS 4 WHITE DAY BED Estimates 3/5 tfnchg
...., .. Healthtex, Cham. I**, St. United Methodist Church In Starke, 2/4 2tchg 21.. 2/11 makes two twin bed. Complete with

Michel; Forenia Bugle Bay Levi across from the public library. The ole FEDERAL STATE A CIVIL SERVICE JOBS FOR RENT 3BR, 2BA. doublewlde on 2 marts, never used, still In boxes Will HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs addl.
Organically Grown, Lucia, Ov.r 2000
acres furnished, $350/mo. first last sacrifice $330 Cash Stored In Jackson,
will be from 9 O.m to 12 noon Friday' $12,646 to $57,891/year, new hiring. ?
other. Or $13.99 On. Price Or Multl- ,and After 3 : 473-7708 ville.. 1.6242639.pd 1/14-2/4 dons or complete building. 30 yearsexperience
from 9 until 2 p.m. ,
reopening Saturday a.m. Call JOB LINE. 1-518-459-3611 ext F3377. \ Bradford and
Tier Pricing or Family Shoe serving Clay
Stor. Retail Discount Prlc*, unbelievable for p.m. large election of clothe, for Info. 24 hr. 1/28 3tpd 2/11 2tchg 2/4-2/11 19 1/21-2/4 TON WENCH "- gas 400. 473.3146.3tpc Counties. 473.4018.5/28 tfn '

miscellaneous Item, baked good and THERAPY AIDE A ADMITTING CLERK Full FLOOR SAGGING Door ?
top quality *ho normally priced from MX45 SHED good tin and $200. Dragging
$19 to $60 Over 250 Brand, 2600 mall appliance Coffee will be serv time positions, previous hospital experience ACREAGE 473.3146.3tpd 1/21-2/4 House out of level?? Laftue leveling

tyl.*. $17,900 to $29900.: Inventory; ed. 2/4 preferred. Must enjoy working FLAT BED TRAILER 30 ft. dual electric. service for all your foundation 'repair,
Training Fixture, ,Airfare Grand THURSDAY t FRIDAY 527 N.Cherry St., with people In busy environment. BEAUTIFUL 'WOODED LOT ON EMERY 3-721.7/9 tfnchg
Need bed. $"00.
Opening .tc, Can open 15 Jays, Mr, behind bu station. Infant and children Apply to Personnel, Lake ButlerHospital LANE 473-9236, '1/14 tfnchg. 1/21-2/4 ,4733146. COMPLETE HOME REPAIR, carpentry,
clothe and lot. of micellaneou Itpd 1 Hand Surgery Center, SR 121
Loughlin ((612)) 888-6555. Itpd 2/4 '' FREE FIREWOOD pine and hardwood.dry. painting electrical plumbing,
1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal 2/" & 100 Lake Butler, Flo., 904-496-2323, HELP WANTED Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor
Fri Also' saw mill slates. Ideal ,for
BIG GARAGE SALE: Thursday < 9-5 EOE. 1/28 2/4
'WOLFF Tanning' Bed.. SlenderQuett fence. 473-3146. 3tpd 1/21-2/4 RBO049306. Call, Mitch, 473-3940. 8/20
(faulve Exerciser, Call for FREE color p.m., Saturday 9.1 p.m. 5 miles Weston PHARMACIST Immediate opening In TFchg
15th Follow Lot FEDERAL STATE ft CIVIL SERVICE lobs UTILITY TRAILER 6X8$250.. 8 X 4 -
100 to SW St. sign. small specialty hoipitol. Flexible
catalogue.; Save to50% .
$12.646 to I $175. All In good condition 4734895.2tchg .
$57.891/year. now hiring
I 1.800-228.6292. ,Scan 88-... ,of clothe, toys, household Item Itchg schedule Apply to Personnel, Lake ''CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611' Ext 1/28-2/4 '
2/4 Butler A Hand Center "
Hospital Surgery ,
F3339A for info. 24HRS. FOR SALE. sofa, chairs', end tables, coffee
GIANT YARD SALE and Saturday,
Friday SR 121 6 10O. Lake Butler Flo., LOT FOR RENT
1/28-2/11 table, ). bed mattress and
W Brownie. St. 2/4 sing
104 Itchg 904-496-2323 EOE. 1/28 2tchg 2/4
LOSTFOUNDLOSTTWO PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLIST licensed box springs 473-7580. Itpd 2/4

ACCOUNTING POSITIONi responsiblefor hair stylist with following for established UPRIGHT FREEZER works good. Bras MOBILE HOME LOT big and private,

DOGSi Male bulldog HOMES' general payroll ledger for mental accounts health payableand cent. beauty salon. May apply in personat queen size bed, box springs and mattress utility I ed. 473-2658 after i p.m. Itpd

to CANE white with brown FOR SALE serving Bradford Union and Putnam Hair Designers of Keystone Beauty very i'good condition. Upright 2/4
answer Salon, 'Nightingale Street, Keystone Bass, 1943 Kay Good. 473.2658 after Sp.m. "
and black Female Counties. In and
pot* eye. Degree accounting '
Height call 473-4865 4751226. Itpd 2/4
hound ho North Carolina tag*. Call lor,; experience with automated accounting or or PERSONAL
2 BR. \ BA with 2-car garage. Perfect Address written applications to P.O. ,FRENCH PROVINCIAL ., triple dresser _
964-7302 or 964-2059. 2/4 TF retired couple. Easy walking distance record Salary range $17,680 to Box 1420, Keystone Heights, Fl., chest of drawer,' desk and chair, Is not'. ""
f $1000 REWARD For information leading center. 29999. Call $28,000. Send resume to Bradford- NURSING HOME INSURANCE expensive
to new hopping 32656. 2tchg 2/4-2/11 feasonable473.2989,1tpd' 2/4
lo recovery of following trailer 2 axle 9645606.30 tfn Union Guidance Clinic Artn. Terry Call 473-7442. 2tpd 1/28-2/4

flatbed equipment trailer, tile-type I'ASSUMAILE, on $22,000) 3 BR 2 Strodomskl, P. O. Box 399, Stark.Fl..
dark green. Stolen off Rd. 22S Roico boo brick veneer home with fireplaceand '32091 EOE. 1/28 2tchg 2/4 YARD SALES WANTED

Norton 182.3752.221pd 2/11 garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home. CLINICAL SERVICES DIRECTOR directingclinical .' FOR RENT OR SALE
Reduced to S9,5OO. United Realty of services for mental health YARD SALE Sat. 6 off Hwy IOO, S. 'LAND WANTED BO-1.000 acre Good

center Bradford', Union' and ,Jasmine Ave., 4 mi.'' E. of Keystone. road frontage preferred. Immediate"closing.
1 Starke 964-....., or 4733627. 11/12 TF Serving 12X44 MOBILE HOME screen porch carport
CARS; TRUCKS, VANS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH on 4 acre on Putnam Counties. Position requiredPhD Vocumn and mlsc. Items.,Itpd 2/4 2/4-2/25. Ask for Linda. 1.800.813.6888.4tchg 2 utility shed, chain link fence,

Sleepy Hollow Drive Stork. Carpet or Matter In a human service good condition central Ht/AIr .
discipline. Must be eligible for State of WORK WANTED bookkeeping: office
throughout, stove, refrigerator, NOTICE $27S/mo near school, 4tchg 2/4-2/25
1963 n.w'
CHURCH BUS Chevrolet,. '
Florida /license: Salary $30,680 to 'work or receptionist. Experienced In Or:
Included. range
$1500 freezer and clothe dryer 6351 COUNTY RD 352 2BR frame house:
motor transmission negotiable near Keystone 473-4220. Itpd 2/4
468-2711. 1/21 4tpd2/ll Call for more details..964.6493. 1/14 $41,080 with competitive ,fringe CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Nice view of Spring Lake, central air,
1970 DELTA M Oldsmoblle. Runs good. 4to| e benefit. Send resume Bradford- to the Lake Region Monitor office fence, carpet large lot. $26,000. Terms

$600 OBO. Call Tim from noon to 4 p.m. 3.B3 ACRES lots of pecan trees, some Union Guidance Clinic, Ann: Terry in writing and paid In advance MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE or rent, $250 per month. ,473-2153 or

473.9059.1/28 2tchg 2/4 timber on the land. 3 BR partially furnished Strodomski, P.O. Box 399. Stark, Fla. unless credit I I. .already established 17510253. I Itpd 2/4
"1977 FORD LTD lit clean, sun roof;run hou... Call 964-5654 or 32091 EOE. 1/28 2tchg 2/. with this office. ASSUME 3/2 on your lot $159/mo.. FOR RENT OR SALE BY TAKING OVERPAYMENTS

good. $1200. See Brenda at Country 4963080. 1/23 4tchg 2/18 PERSON TO SIT 'with an elderlygentleman MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD dealer, 1-351-8514. Stchg 1/7-2/4 3BR 2BA doublewlde'

Carpet or call 782.3120. Itpd 2/4 ,FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath on acre 'In one day a week. Coll' RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN HUOI FAMILY SPECIAL 28X68 4/3,, mobile home. $300/mo plus security

,,1977, CHEVROLET PICKUP TRUCK $600 lowtey. CH4A. screened porch utility 964-4667 day or .964-8970 night,or CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Homes of Merit. $$279/mo. free deposit 475-2597 or 473.1472,4tchg

firm See at 806 N. Thompson St. 40,0001 shed and barn. Appraised $41,900 In 964-4480 night. 2/. TFo| THE TELEPHONE. delivery. Uncle Roy', 1-351-8514.Stchg 21"-2/25
mile. Itchg 2/4 1984. Only 39900. 7823224. Itpd 2/4 EASY, WORK excellent payf Assemble Classified deadline Is 1 1':00 f a.m. priorto 1/7-2/4

197< JEEP good condition. Sale or trodej i.HOUSE IN HAMPTON for ale-- For more product at home Call for Information.5O4641BOO3 Thursday publication. jr WIDE shingle, mosonlte. fireplace MOBILE HOME FOR RENT

964Itchg 2/4 Information' call "6IJ.2"58,2"tchg, ,' ext.. A9579.- 2/4 4tpd Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, and morel $227/mo. Uncle .Roys.. '1 --.- -. -. ,....) .. .. ..(
2/25' 2/25 then 15 cents for each word thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS 1-351-8514. Stchg 1/7-2/4 ,
TRUCK AND BULLDOZER for 6000. Bothin '
REDUCED 4 BR, 3 bath CHSA. fumlshed NEEDED! SUPERIOR STYLIST for new 12X52 '"2BR., IBA,, $1,500.,474512., : '14' X 7V MOBILE HOME 2BR, 2BA. large
Call 782-3894 after
very good shape. laundry room, utility hed. $52,500, lolon '"CUTUPS", opening 3/5/88. Experience -,, 2tchg 2/4-2/11 i(' kitchen and living area,, clean convenient :
10 p.m. Itpd 2/4 i in all phases of hair care.' \, and private Requires first months "
include assumable mortgag.: closing I,
Commission salary, paid vacation paid rent and :deposit. W.B. Stanley;)
and Coil 9646222.
co.t Itchg PETS
U.S. Government? Get the equity .,
through the i 473-4161' 2tchg 1I 8-2I"
holiday. 475-5604, Lorrle. WORK FOR ,
facts today I Call 1.312.742.1142; ext.-' THE BEST. 2/4 3tchg 2/18 PACK RAT < Buy sell and trade collectible GoLDEN
609. 2/4 4tpd 2/25 RETRIEVER PUPPIES beautiful
Items and Used furniture,
112 ,THUNDERBIRD Town Landau V8,' PERSONAL SERVICES REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Coll antiques.and much AKC 2 males, .2 females $200. Call

fully loaded 3 .000 mile. Two-ton. 1-755-4040 North Florida Real Estate Come glassware see for jewelry yourielf. One mile more.east .475-2423 let it ring.'Itpd 2/4 SHADETREES

blue, garage kept, excellent condition. College. 7/3Otfn ,
WANT TO of Keystone Heights on Highway )100.
$4.995.96-01.8313. Itchg 2/4 AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full-
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 473-2183. 3/5 tfnchg
I9U FORD F-150 V8, 4 speed. 964.4098. WANT TO STOP' time or part-time. Unlimited) opportunities PUTNAM BANNER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
Itpd 2/4 For more Information call
THAT'S OURS has' for K-12 students.Parents ,
174 CADILLAC 501 ..,gln.. '$350. Ramona, 782-3O88. 1/28 4tchg 2/18 openings d o Oak Red
964-4697 or 533-2178. Itchg 2/4 Alcoholics Anonymous GOVERNMENT JOIST I5.40O-$72.500 wanting direct participationwith Maple, Silver Maple,

96441509642000pd Now hiring. Excellent Benefits. Call child's schooling. Nondlscrlmlnatlon Sycamore. Sweet Gum Crepe
thru 3/31 at race, color national
; ,
504-649-7922 ext. ,,J-9579.,, 1/14 4tchg Myrtle
,CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Freeestimate. 2/4 or ethnic orgln. P.O. Box 33. M.lro'1 The
.. Handy-Man Fence Co- FI, 32666. Stchg /21-2/4 average American '7-10' tall to
OUT OF AREA !PROGRAM DIRECTOR Develop'and household watches TV for ,$14 $25.
Owner Reddish. 964-B559 tfn .
.f HANDYMAN Tommy carpentry, painting. elec- coordinate programs In a sheltered ''CARS / even hours and two mina! "f a' *"Weekends or after 5pm ';:::

work setting. B.S. In Ed or Human Service ?' 'fa Sites a day according to
OCAlA,Jots, river access,. $545O Each. Nomoney trlcal. complete rote. Licensed contractor.repalrfReasonable Related/ field and 2'1'..:experience' : .' ",. ;A.C. Nielsen-reports.- ". _._ 782-364Q: __i:-",
desired. Start at $15,500 to $18,000, 77 PINTO STATION WAGON standard"
down $65.41 monthly. ,Owner RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn
based on" qualifications plus quarterly transmission needs repairs, good
1-236-4579 or 1 16222438. 1/7TF SEWING MACHINES tales and service,
; ,all makes cleaned oiled adjusted bonus and great fringes. Send resumeto tire" $250. 473-2210 during working
: Bob Larimer Director, Sunshine Industries hour; I
$15. All 'work guaranteed. Corner
ANIMALS & PETS P.O. Box 509, Starke, Flo.32O91 150 TIME DODGE POWER WAGON 4
Morgan Rd. I CR 16, James Strickland, '
FOR SALEWE phone 964-7699. 1/21 TF wheel drive PTO 2,500 or trade for
964-8733. 12/3TF
INCREASE THE VALUE OF YOUR HOMEr' PSYCHIATRIC R.N.SI Need RN Specialistfor LUV type truck, 4733146.' 3tpd: TRAIN *
evening shift In Adolescents, 1/21-2/4 TO BE A '
NEED GOOD HOMES 1 gentle pony, Dave's Painting. 964-6636 after 6 p.m.,
Behavioral Treatment and Admissions 1970 DELTA M OLDSMOBILE run very r.
2 Border Collies, and 1 Australian. 1/2B21pd 2/" _
Unit. Require 3 RN experience, good $600 or best offer. Tim -
year Train to be aTRAVEL
Shepherd Call Kris, 9646924. TFmf SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER Advice on SECRETARY
1 of which Is In psychiatry Salaryrange 473-9059. 2tchg 1/28-2/4
HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDEt Recognized business, love and oth.r problems.Sp.clal .
$10.37 to $13.67, hourly depending .73 FORD MAVERICK $35O. 4737072.: SEC./RECEPTIONIST AGENT
safe' and effective by US Bureau of reading this week with this .
j' on experience. One GN Itpd 2/. SECRETARY
petition EXEC.
Veterinary ''Medicine 'against, hook ad. 782.9802. 1/28 2tpd 2/4 TOUR GUIDE
available. Contact Merrlet 19B7 CHEVY SPECTRUM' 2dr. light blue,
I round and tap.worm. in dogs < cats. BRADFORD PRE-SCHOOL ho.' openingsfor Higgins, Start locally fullllm./port time]
Northeast Florida State Hospital, Mac. 5 peed AC> 37mpg, like new 9,000miles AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
'GOLDKIST, US 301 2-$ of before
: N.f964.1811.,1212" year age. Register Learn word processing and!
clenny Fl. 9O4-2S9-6211., ext. ))13.1/28 $7,400.473.2246. Itchg 2/4
8tchg 2/11 March U 1988 and pay no application Stchg 2/25 1981 PONTIAC J2000 4dr, good related secretarial skills. Home
REGISTERED QUARTERHORSEt 16 two fee For more Information 'call I
and Resident Nat IIheadquarters.
Study Training.
$1,200 best offer, Call after, ,
.(' hands, 10 year old, excellent game 964-4361.. License 03O969., 1/28'4tchg mileage or L.H.P.;Fl. Start locally full-tlmelpart-dme. I ITaI
WATERFRONT PROPERTY 5 473-386O. Itpd 2/4
ho.... 964.3036 anytime. Itchg 2/4 2/18 p.m. on live airline computer Home
FREE BULL PUPPIES: 864-6139. Itchg 2/4 LAWN SERVICE for residential and com-, very good e study and resident training
dition. 1974 not I'
merclal. Landscaping, tree removal,' 'SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES. Lake front
rebuilt transmission good body as Is. .JOe FLACDlEHT ASSISTANCE Financial aid available: Job
lawns vacuumed. No |lob too big or and lake
accessLots available from$90OO. '
after 5 2/4 '
473-2658 p.m.1 Itpd placement assistance. National
CommercialBuilding .mall. Free estimates 964-4238. 2/4TF .,. Zoned Res/mobile home., 3 V4, 1-800-432-3004
1973 PINTO $225 $eor'. utility trailer
headquarters Lighthouse R|
i' .CARPENTRY remodeling porches,, miles west of Starke on beautiful $225. Call 4730218. 2/4 Point

decks?, minor, plumbing painting,' Sampson Lake ((2000+ acre) Excellent 1986 TOYOTA CAMBRY Itpd r four door AT., THE pms.uss.e.r.a9 MAIn SCHOOL. I A.c.T 0'TRAVEL SCHOOL

,' general repairs 9646232. Itchg 2/4 fishing and .
skiing booting.
< PS, PB, "".0'radio, cassette, exCellent 1-800-432-3004

in Starke 904.964.7155 condition.' $8.500 or best offer,, Accredited Member N I-I C.i .
; eve-533-2038 Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg '473-3202.,. Itchg 2/4

.1725'sq..,. ft., .. .
36000.00 LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764.: after, HELP WANTED
964-8629 5, call 964-5251./3/01/ tfn ,ACCOCTiTS RECEIVABLE/ LOST chocolate lab, 8 mot. old, has had 'I
34 ACRES CLEARED will divide, owner! COLLECTION MANAGER ,surgery on hip tattoo on stomocH $25

financing. 1-904-964-7771, or reward. 475-1497 after 5 p.m. Stchg La-Z-Boy i
after for regional furniture & '
6:30: pm 1.904.964-453711/21, TF 1/28-2/4 :
appliance chain. Good salary FOUND J male pit bull puppy brown From

benefits & working stripe. Call 4733760. Itpd 2/4

conditions. including major LOST Red Coco cola scarf with Coca / 1 00

1I I medical & dental benefits. Colo'emblem.., Lost on Brooklyn Bay 4r::
rood. Sentimental value. 4734965.
I Must have experience in retail Itpd 2/4

credit and able to travel

.I .3 BR Apartments Taking' Applications.Starting ,at,$200* No.Cen.appointment.Florida area.Clint Call Hail for DENMARK I] La-Z-Boy

Kitchen .Cable' Ready
: .CfI&A.: Fully Equipped I manager. 328-4638
., 434 W. Call Slrett 411 W. Ma Fri 9-5
1530 W. ,Madison Sty Mon.- p.m.

,Starke, 964-6312, ,Equal Housing Opportunity' David Lawson Paint & Body Shop M-F 1:09-5:30 984-5128: 184-5127 Sat. 1:00-1:00:

l "Ifi I Fact Ytu Can Do letter At Denmark Furniture"

I Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates

I Luxurious' Contemporary, Custom. ,Homes'' CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 9646133Elixson



I Wood Products Inc.

: ,f., Cypress Mulch and ,Pine, Bark, FOR RENT by the night, week or month.

Ji : You Pick-up or W. Deliver'

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:' 'We Also'Have ,

Red Heart Cypress Lumber: I

Modern technology, excellent craftsmanship;and American 964.6649 F -

Ingenuity has resulted a housing design with standard features not .v {(

found In homes selling at twice the price. ,
.,. -

Built In computer center Fully insulated FOR SALE .

e Thermo Pane windows '. Cathedral ceilings : L ,, I Ij'

i I .. Exterior decks eniA&VA, accepted-. Interior, design flexibility Fill. Dirt, Top Soil PitWalnut \Od !

Small Loads of Limerock

call Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer Strtfet For Free presentation : :
across from post Office- Starke I P' ;
964-8447 9
I Curies OfficeUnitedRealty

John, E. of Starke Home, 473-3627 L 964-6182 964.5823.964.6095 t I

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County. 'The family of EUIC
I .. GRIFFIS would like to express our sincere
and humble appreciation t* the members of his family and our
many friends for their prayers, flowers, food and cards during the
toss ef our bred ene. We would like to thank Ray John W. Yap.trough ,

y., .' ,;,lI.y. Mike Norman and Rev. Mark Woods for their Chris. ATHEROSCLEROSIS: HOW IT DEVELOPS
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY'SALERENTLEASE FOR RENT tlan support and (ov.. Also we are ever so grateful to Mr. Doyle '" '
Archer funeral director Lak. Butler for his personal support In Most commonly known as hard- STAGES OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS
helping us through this trying time. Thank you too, "1'1. Betty ening of the arteries, atherosclero-
1 i i i OFFICE located In AND WAREHOUSE SPACI ,Thomas, Mrs. Iris Richardson, Mr. Franklin Naxworth and son for p sia developer 'over many years NORMAL ARTERY j 1))
OFPICI AND WARIHOUSI SPACE Union County Tlms Building the beautiful singing that touched many hearts during the mostly in middle-aged or older
at ISO W..t Main. Call 496-2261 for
Locot.d In Union County Tlmot more information. tfn. t funeral service. To the many florists that made up the beautiful people.
building. Call for .information CLEANEST floral arrangements, we were so touched and i FAtTY STREAK J.-r-._. J)
4962261. rin. HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur- stood In awe at the It can occur when the levels of a, '
nlshd oil lctrlc.. central hat and beauty ef each made from God's
one creation. Many, many thanks particular type of fat called cholesterol .
air private paved road laundry and to Or. Dopton and staff, and the doctors and nurses at f Fraser. tP FIBROUS PLAQUEfOMPLICATED
WANTED are high. Damage to theartery's
park playground. Nar schools, ho.pstaff .,
Memorial Hospital for their
Y personal concern and medical attention ,
inner and
focllltlee. PINES SR-121.cast lok.lutl.r. lining occurs
,given our father, during his Illness. May God bleu all and ,.
you keep
r WANT TO BUY A TRACTOR Cash paid Call 496-2366. Two children In his can be ,caused by high blood pressure -
max, and no pets chg/tfn 5/21 you loving care
for,on* 3000 Ford 135 Ferguson or' ,excess cholesterol and by cer HEMORRHAGE
John Dvoro. Call Frank BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on tain immunological factors Excess
Main St..*. In lake Butlr, next door to ,Maurice, Ovedla Prsvatt Family
196.3891.1/28 2tchg. 2/4 Avnturland Video. Call 496-0077.. Loedlth cholesterol quickly penetrates into One way to combat hardening of
tfn-8/6 Marlon. Ellis & Family the artery's wall Platelets stick to the arteries I I. by keeping tabs on:

INSURANCEMAINIS 12' x 6T THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME f the damaged area in increasing your chole.terolleve''.
Ideal tot small family larg. yard. SI 1 75pr r-" numbers until a large collection,,
INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. month. 4962842.chg.. 10/8 forms. terol and smoother muscle cells! are
,Main Street, Lok. Butler 496-3978 called-until the artery is virtually
Compl.t. Insurance ,.,.,Ic.. 4/10 tfn The collection of 'platelets then
BEDROOM 1 bath. Call'evenings, blocked. There Is only ft small,
496-1315.1/21 2tchg 2/4 'releases a substance that stimulates inadequate passageway left
HELP WANTED I ) the smooth muscle cells of the through which very little' blood\ cart:

arterial wall and'causes them to flow.,

Oil PAID for reading book.I $100 per multiply and thicken, ,the artery This problem can be avoided, or
title. Writ.: ACE-B710. 161 S. Llncolnway. \ :wall. This thickening shuts off lessened, by finding out from your
N. Aurora II, '60542 1/14 more and more of the artery pas doctor what *' cholest.erollevel.'ie. .
4tchg. 2/4 ADVERTISING should b* submitted >>- sage through ,which blood flows, If it is higher you than-200 mgXdl,
to the Union County Tim.. offic f The increased rate of cholesterol

BENEFITS Com |'n and talk with us, in writing and paid In odvanc your doctor will usually recommend -
lok. BulUr Apparel. 650 S.E. 2nd unl... wedit Is already established liwy ,1 1/2 Mi.W.of penetration into the wall of the reduCing your intake saturated
Street lake Butl.r. 4963601. tfn/chg .with this offlc. 100 I 4 73-76 75 artery seems to increase the degreeof fat and cholesterol,by following -
1/21 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Keystone stimulation for smooth muscle 'a "prudent dietir"-one thatrestricts
,SUPERVISOR Distribution c.nt.r dtall RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN cells to multiply. '
intake of butter
orl.ntd, accurate. Off.r 2 weeks paid CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER, 'Wood Clean Mower your eggs
vacation Insurance plan. 4 paid THE TELEPHONE. S Brakes Repeated injuries to the lining of fatty meats and organ meat such
holiday., profit charing Apply In p.r4son Classified dadlln Is, TUESDAY, ,t' Adjust' the arteries at various sites lead to as liver.
at Lak Butler Apparel,' 650 S.E. NOON prior to Thursday publication. ServiceSpecial '. Sharpen the:: accumulation of platelets ,at If your Cholesterol level l doe, not
2nd Str..t. lok. Butl.r, Exprlnc Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.50, Blade each injured site,penetration of the respond enough to a change in diet;
helpful, but not required we will train. ,than ,15 cnts for each. word thereafter. Grease All Fittings artery wall by,excess cholesterol and still 'remains' high' (f over ?40mgdl )

FEDERAL 496-301.STATE tfn/chg.A CIVIL 1/21 SERVICE jobs', Service Air Filter with resulting proliferation, ,of )., your'physician may then
S12.646 to S57,891/yar now hiring SALE Change Oil smooth muscle cells and the formation want to prescribe a first line chules'
Call JOB LINE 1(518)4593611( ) .xt. FOR on all Replace Spark Plug of more and more athero- ,terol lowering drug, such as t orfctco .
F3339D for Information/24 hours. 1/28 ridingpiowers Lube Throttle mata-as the ''collection of cholesr Questran urnicotinic a 3tpd 2/11 STORAGE HOUSE Need extra storage Check All Nuts 8c' '" ,"
TEXAS OIL, COMPANY nds mature space? W. have 3x10 and 10x10 mini Bolts '
prson for short trips surroundingUnion warehouses. Hal. and Associates
County. Contact customers W. 496-3939. tfrxhrg 1/7 Service Tire &
train. Writ: O.R. Dkkerson, Pr..., REFRIGERATOR! fr..z.r, wotfier'and. $24' 50 I Battery, Smart Cooks' Motto: Be Prepared
Southwestern 'Petroleum Box 961005. dry.r. Call 496-2090. 2/4 2tchg. 2/11 '. Adjust Carburetor
Ft. Worth Tx. 76161 Itchg 2/4 CRAFTSMAN BENCH SAW cross cut saw,
-, 35-ln, round )coffee tobl., antique'
MOBILE HOMES brass chandelier, larg. oak from. mirror -
,tab). lamps plus many misc.Items. '"
FOR SALE, ,Call 4963100. 1 Itpd. 2/4 FREE Pick-Up
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TEN MOBILE HOMES 2(3 bedroom.LowDown & Delivery .
V Balance Ilk. rnt. Sid. Mobil.
'Horn. Park, behind S a 496-3715..'
Itpd 2/4 Servicing Keystone, area'

for 18 years.

Come in and

WATER ''WATER !: WATER register to win an ,

Echo Chainsaw do"' -
Would You Like To Drink Pure Water "

Free of Chlorine, Taste or Odor

For:,Less than $.05 per gallon? .

Durrance ,Pump & Supply 4 +

; Call 964-7802. 'a.S,'301..North. 864 N, Temple Ave,,,Starke a Boy Scouts aren't the only ones who should stand by the'"Be Prepared":
i .. ... .. .. ,. Cooks with limited amount of time to in,the kitchen,
ntr ...... 1/4'1 n- !snuf f ,* '
j '
Pump, Plumblng'.WeltOrillin"" '. .I- ought: to make it their credo. Try the 'following tips'and:see if being',
'- prepared dosen't ,make a,difference:
-964-7061'-: : Make out menus for the week before you go sbopping.'Youwon.t' : waste
.- time later trying to figure out what to have for dinner and you're sure to
,OWNER TRANSFER ED-MUST SELL have all the ingredients on hand. ,
Keep a running shopping list so that you don't run out'of staples. A
3BFV2BA on'one acre between Keystone and Starke., magnetized pad on the kitchen door' is a good idea.
Keep your knives sharp for quick and easy chopping and dicing
THIS IS NOT,A D/W Living, dining family & Ig inside
When you have more time to cook, make large batches and, freeze the
utility room.. Fireplace w/Black Bart insert, 4 ceiling fans, extra in single 'or double servings. '

stove, refrig. dishwasher, rods & drapes remain. Partially When you're washing lettuce, do the whole head and store the extra' in a
plastic bag in the crisper to save time on the next salad
fenced, new pool, 2-car attached carport garden area Learn how to use convenience foods : instant.rice, frozen entrees,sauce

screened front porch, separate workshop, new central mixes ,aa ingredients.
r' The following reCipe takes advantage of that last tip and allows you to
{heat and air unit (Heat Pump)., Reduced to $42,000.For .
,FILL DIRT prepare a delicious, creative dinner in 10 minutes with a little help from
appointment to see, call: 473-9139 or 374-5437 the microwave;'With convenience foods as the basis, Cajun-Style Beef and;
5'loads spread FREE @ $60.00 per load Rice is ready in, just 10 minutes.CAJUNSTYLE., "

10 loads spread FREE @ $55.00 per load, BEEF and RICE

"""'" "... '" '" '''' '' Single loads up to 5 $60.00 per load 2 packages ((5 oz. ea.) Banquet A cup chopped celery

frozen prepared Gravy and A 'cup chopped green pepper
,- Hunters! Fishermen! Rentals! Salisbury Steak Cookin* "% cup chopped onion
GOETZMAN CONSTRUCTIONRT. Bags, thawed 'A teaspoon black pepper
Good Selection Of 2 ft 3 BR Mobile Homes ''qG cup instant rice Mi teaspoon cayenne pepper.
4'BOX 1556
Good. to Poor Condition Sold As Is i14"cup tomato juice I
From $995 to $1995 'Separate Salisbury Steaks 'and Place, steaks in' '-quart
964-5273 964-5115 'raVY:1
or microwave-safe casserole. In small gravy'' with remaining
ingredients. Pour over steaks Cover and heat on HIGH I 6 to 6 minutes or
Starke Housing Center until hot,rotating dish once. Stir before" serving Makes' 2 servings.

Located "* f
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Stark US 964-4174, ., '

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Now for 1.2.3bedroom Jane S. UsherYour z .
taking applications units. These all- REALTOR 4
electric units are spacious/ with lots of closed space and all have Union County Realtor' j. ae

woll to-wall carpeting: draperies and kitchen appliances. Onsite ,

laundry facilities., Rental assistance, available for, qualified 496-2126 or 496-2903

applicants. For application and Information" 360 W. Main St., Lake Butler 'y4 .a 4 !'ti r

Pleas see us at :
... @
1005 SW 6th Street
Lake ,-1-STORY NEAR LAKE... Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath horn just I/> blocks ,
Butler FL 32054
seer-s: from large lok.. Home newly decoratedImmaculot. A real show place.-
Or Call 496-3141' awn.M. Must s** Interior to apprclat owner. personal touch ,In nw decor. 2
special ftaturs In home Is sun porch upstairs, and enclosed with old
fashion type) wlndows-r unique. Also an all oak both upstairs, to SEE I. to
BUY Best buy In town. Some financing available' to qualified buyer.S .;

FRED DAVIS' ACRE WITH CUSTOM COUNTRY HOME...lovely country setting surrounds -
this 3 bedroom 2 bath horn with ston fir.ploc.Property has all
the essentials for that perfect RANCHETTE or small-type/ farm operation
BUICK PONTIAC. GMC Including- 'large born larg. shop building smokehouse and best of all a
___ fish pond. Land Is partially wooded with room lor pasture and/or cropland. w lt 4 t
WELCOMES RANDY Owner soy SELL RIGHT NOW. BEST offer gets them.Owner needs cash. SPICY BANANA: BARS .
On. .home Is 2 bedroom and other I.3 bedroom that Is partially furnished. S4 butter soda
cup or margarine V ,teaspoon baking
Buy now while owner Is motivated to SELL softened
1A teaspoon wt'
L fl CHISM RAIFORD.. Have oldfaahlon.d'home on 1/4 acre lot In town. Additionallots IVt eupe firmly pecked brown V4 teaspoon ground cinnamonsugar
available adjoining Need T-L-C. Would also make great r.ntol home A, teaspoon ground nutmeg
S minutes' to work for prison employees. Owner motivated to sell now, so 1 egg Dash ground clove
to their tal.. :don| pass this one up. 1 large ripe banana mahed 2 cup quick oats), uncookedr.4

HAVE MANY SMALL ACRI TRACTS available In Union County with owner te..poolliemon juice 1 'cup "MAMV Chocolate
"Come see me for all financing. IVi cup floor Candle

or used car
your, new .Also have homes Ideal to purchase: for rental property. Lake Butler Beat together butter and sugar 'until light and fluffy; blend in egg

or truck needs. has many,rentals but needs many more GOOD INVESTMENT!, banana and lemon juice. Add combined flour baking soda salt, cinnamon.
loaner nutmeg and cloves; mix until thoroughly combined. Stir in oats and Vi cup
t Ask about our FREE For these properties and many more; call:' candies. Spread into greased 15 x 10 men pan. Sprinkle top with remaining
cars. candies. Bake at 350F. for 25 to 30 minute or until golden brown. Cool on
'Jane S. Usher wire rack; cut into bar to serve. Make ODe 1ft x lO-inch pan of bar
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One Injured When Car Hits.CuJyert.

A Lake City woman was taken by Rescue 11 to Lake Butler Hospital
Hand Surgery Center Feb. I after her vehicle hit a culvert en S o.I.. ..
Diana Pate Gaines M,driving a 1181 Toyota,was eastbound on Sfl-lM
when her vehicle rn off the roadway and struck a culvert with the left
fide, according Trooper Phillip Kraixewtki. According to the report
14 i P Gaines wit adjusting her four-year.eld daughter's seat. She> w a. not,Injured
In the accident. ,
..1. Gaines was cited for careless driving end failure to keep vehicle under
control in the 1130 p.m.accident,according Kraiiewtkl.Damage the .
y', i +: G5 vF .1.I Toyota was /I,,".
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all tires Made in the Good

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Front End 995'Alignment ,

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Front '

.-BRAKE,, or RearM

service 4995

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I News BriefsWoman PELTED

P155-80R13: ,$34.00 $34.00

Charged pickup truck in the rear. The pickupwas Five. ArrestedOn to( Patrolman McClain. ,All three 175-80R13 $38.00 $38.00
With Grand Theft travelling in the same lane, were charged with possession of cocaine -, $41.00 $41.00:
Jenkins then drove through the Charge,: with bond set at $1,000 each.
A 34-year-old Starke woman has grass medium and crossed back $43.00 $43.00
Five young men in two different They were released, on their own P205-75R14
been charged with grand theft alter over the southbound lane, jumped\ recognizance
vehicles were arrested last week for $47,00
she cashed checks totalling $13,000 the curb hit a bush and stopped on crack P215-75R15 ,$47.00
on an account belonging to an elder the sidewalk, according to possession of cocaine. P235-75R15 $49.00 $49.00
Iyman. Patrolman Michael McCJain TroopersContinue _
Connie Marie Vinsorl was arrested Jenkins was taken to Bradford Randall ,Joel Bailey, 21, and License TRUCK TIRES GRAN PRIX RVS '
Donald Joe Riddick 22, both of
Jan. 29, according to Deputy Barry Hospital after she agreed to take a Starke in parked vehicle 'Vehicle 31X10.50-15LT $66.00 ,$66.00,31X11.50t.,5LT'
sitting a
were Inspections
King. Vinson had power of attorney blood alcohol content test,however,
dirt road behind Southern ''
in order to handle business affairs she later refused. She was chargedwith Villas on Jan.a '28. Starke asked The Florida Highway Patrol will '"71.00. $71,00
police ,
for Floyd Thomas Whitf icld however' DUI and driving while license
the pair to step out and produce their be conducting driver license and 33X12.50-15 $81.00 $81.00
authorities are questioning her intentions -, suspended, said McClain. :
identification. 'While checking the inspection checkpoints during
Damage to the Chevrolet was$500
vehicle a plastic bag containing the week of Feb. 5 through Feb:,
'Vinson"who said she had cashed Damage to the pickup, driven by ,
the checks for Whitfield,had openedan Bobby Louis Hampton, 38, of Starke 'crack cocaine was found; according' 11 on SR-21. SR-100' SR-230;' SR-18.''
account at a-local bank in her ,was $200, Damage to shrubs, and to Patrolman Michael McClain. SR-16, CR-18, 'CR-16, kCR-21B,\
Bailey and Riddick 'charged CR-22S, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231
were '
name and deposited the was also $200.Gainesville CORBETTSU.S.
money. :grass ,
Approximately $10,000 of'l the with possession of ,cocaine and CR-221, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
possession of drug paraphernalia in Bradford County: '
.money has been recovered and
returned to Whitfield said ;, Man ''with bond set at $2,000 each. They
King; The Florida Highway Patrol will '
Bond was :set at $5,000' for the Cited In AccidentA were' released. ,on their- 'own, be" ''conducting driver license and &, 'Serviceu.s.
grand theft'charge, Vinson was I ,recognizance.Jan vehicle inspection checkpoints dur
A Gainesville man cited for
released on her own recognizance. 'careless driving after was his vehicle ,,30 James Wilson: Marchant, ing the week of Feb 5 through Feb.
overturned Jan. 23 on CR-241A ten 21, William David Marchant, 18; 11 on SR-100 SR-12I,'SR-231,SR-241, 301 (Temple)
SR-238 CR-18, CR-237 CR-229, _
miles west of Lake Butler. both of Hampton and Walter Jordan
Merchant Recovers Nikzad S. Javid, 53, driving a 1974 Padellord lit, 23, 'Of Starke were CR-125, ,CR-231A, CR-24A,and CR-. M/C Visa 964-.436
796A Union
,Stolen BicycleA Pontiac, was northbound when the: parked on a dirt road between Short in County. .
vehicle veered to the left into a ditch and Bridges St. While being ques-
Starke merchant recovered a and overturned.The vehicle came to tioned by-pohce four small plastic
Mountain Rider bike taken from his ,a stop after sliding 33 feet on its top bags of crack cocaine were found. A
business' but had to fight off the according to Trooper Enoch Fraser: ,witness said he had seen them smoking .
'rider.. Damge to the Pontiac was $800. something and passing a pipe, a -. .' ---- -
While driving around looking for There were no injuries listed in the, pipe (still warm} was found on the .... ..
the stolen bike Jan. 29, the victim report. ground near the vehicle, according ;
saw Haywood Keith Brazell: ridingthe
bicycle, according to Patrolman
Michael McClain After a chase the J.E. MILLIGAN Accounting Service I .I
victim was able to get the bike into ,
his car but said he was attacked by Bookkeeping & Income ,,Tax: Preparation
later Brazell apprehended Who then ran.and The arrested police Serving the area since 1970 \\

Brazell, said McClain. 116> Walnut Stark St.. I I ,o 6 4 -0)Q > oo'"l'0' I Next Downtown to Pot Office i
Brazell 19, was charged with
possessIOn'of stolen property with
bond set at $5,000, he was releasedon
his own recognizance, See me at -e&'aA

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charged with after driving her vehicle'under' the struck influence for 131 N, Gharry, 'Street .- Stark 964-7423

anqther vehicle then drove through New & Used Vehecles,

shrubbery Lodge Friday in night front, of the. Econo 209 W., ,Madison St,,.,. Starke No Money, 'DownRemnants Same' A. Cashiil ,

: Susan Ann Jenkins, driving a 1984 90 Days Financing Avallabirt
Chevrolet was southbound in the 964-7200
outside lane on Us-301.Jan.29 at 8:33 Y1'"Eddie!
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or truck of your choicet for only 5% 'mark-up.So you Actually pay less-for your car
over dealer invoice. t or truck than the dealer did,
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{ Cost, $10,751.53 full-size long-bed
+5% 537.58

Less Rebate 75Q.oo -.- Dealer Cost 9547.22,
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ArrestsIn Jason Richard GuiJion,39, was Bradford CountyThe rested Jan., 28 for driving under influence :: ..' r \
(DUD, according to Trooper In Bradford CountyThe .,.' / f."'!",,h' '9[' "" ., .,.",, ',,.<';\-,,"',,;".. .... ":i"}. ",,!':\,
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in Bradford following County arrests were by made local Kenneth Etheridge.He was released following, marriages were :;.J{<.""t" ,..".r.or"... :",>:i., ?i.!;>'..PJ\
after a $36290 surety bond was dissolved in Bradford County during i"' 'Y"" _.....""'" -,." ,,. <,
authorities, prey the month of January. >'(' f'o''( :;: ''''T \.t .'. .\i- .,.'_,>

arrested Randolph.Jan.Carter,29,of Starke was Teresa 'Ann Shorter, 22, of Ft Dorothy. Mitchell & Frank Mitchell Glenda"s'r1Sh! : :ear' Design:? :fie; .MerlelNorman. : .
28 order of
on arrest :
according to Deputy Barry Lauderdale was arrested Jan. 31 for'OWLS William T.. Caren & Patricia R. t '..." ,'!'" .,,1, 1'l8&Thompson{ Sff.'Starke"; ," .'
no valid driver license, according ,
King. Carter was released to purge to Trooper,,Donald Dean, Caren. f"} ;f i t'< ; : .' ,; ,j t'
Clinton ;'w., Moore & Lucinde B. He ,
starting the 8th, he is in arrears "!1"": ,':-h't';: "\ V
Bond was set at$315,Shorter,whose Moore. v-I \ 9644151'" z,
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I $1,040 in child support, real name is Stacey Hall, was Carlos Rodriquez & Elizabeth r'\1;"' 'J a: ,>sl aw : --

Yolanda 'ft 'Pruitt, 32, was arrested released on her own recognizance.Gene Rodnquez.
Jan. 27 for retail theft, according Brian Vanzant, 36, of Starke Trampus... Drawdy & StephanieD.Drawdy. : ,Glenda's Shear Design and Merle Norman

She surety was to bond.Edward released Patrolman. after Gerald posting Hayes.a$210 was Calvin arrested tag Pace.according Jan Vanzant's 28 for to DUI Trooper blood improper DeVoe.Glenn Denton Keith E, Madley,DeVoe&Christopher& Natalie rt1 Cosmetics join hands 'for a FREE "ValentineMakeover' '

Otis'Smith was arrested alcohol content was .12 percent; McCaffrey Madley. .
Feb. 2 for violation of probation for Bond was set at $463.75, he was Sandi D Stewart & Freddie W. : Please come in and register for
possession,sale,delivery of controlled released on his own recognizance. Stewart. )i '
substance, according to Investigator Kyle W. Schumacker & Robin M this makeover-consisting of: a complete hair
David Aderholt and Timothy Allen Walters of Melrosewas Schumacker. I
Deputy Doug York He was released arrested Jan. 31 for DWLS, according Leyron Baker & Judy Baker '
after a $2,500 surety bond was to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jimmy L.Scott&Rhonda L.Scott. : style +, m/o, a color analysis, manicure, facial
posted. Jr. He was released after a $210 Glen R. Piggott & Rose M. Pig-. !

Traffic surety bond was posted. 'gott.Beulah Marie Blom & Randall W. I massage, one tanning session, ''30 minutes
Ancil C. Tetstone, 43, of Lawteywas Blom. ,
Henry Joseph Gross, 35, was arrested arrested Jan. 30, according to Nathaniel Houston & Eva L.
Jan. 27 for failure to appear, Patrolman Hinds. He was stoppedon Houston. ttii massage therapy and before/after photos.All .
for two charges of driving while a routine traffic stop and found to Robert E. Cain & Joanne L. Cain. ,''f. "
license suspended (OWLS), according be wanted on a warrant charging Rastus Leroy Aaron & Bessie Lee I\ of this in one day!
to Investigator David Aderholt.He Improper tag and no valid driver's "
was released after $500 surety; license. Tetstone was released after,, Aaron ,.
bonds were posted on each'charge. 'a $151.25 cash bond was posted., J Drawing to be..held Tue. Feb9 You need not be resent to win.'

I Tax' Assistance Available for' the NeedyAssistance

in 'preparing income Economic Council (SREC) Outreach vice provided for persons qualifying
,tax returns is available from two Center at the Housing Project Com under new poverty guidelines
sources in Lake Butler this year, mumty Center, 855 SW 6th Ave., published by the SREC. FLEETWOOD
starting this week, February 1, and Mary Bristow offers free help' to Guidelines as published for this
continuing througth April 15, the tax older unemployed or handicapped service are at 125 percent of the I
I filing deadline. low and moderate income persons. ''poverty guidelines. As an example, % cPr .
at or near the poverty level. a family of: four, with income of Tax-Aide... The VITA program (Volunteer Income $14OOO.or less can qualify, as can a tt Q.t, t\ We..'
Office Tax Assistance) is a free ser family of two making up to $9,250.. 4.8' ?0i. = Q "
At the, located county on Housing SR-100 Authority west Dr. 't1: Fireplace I Furnished: CHIAQrt/ c'J ': ftet'

George Woodward is heading a team ---II. ,Q '
of three additional counselors.Mane .' more $

Bill Woodward Thomas,,Ida who Mae have Pewett.attended ana a NOTICE. '$ 9 950 or $1,8 I monthly' .
,grueling study course in Gainesville ,,
in cooperation with the(U. S.Internal '
Revenue ,Service, preparing ,(Delivery: setup Included))) "
themselves, to be able to assist
,tax others the'preparation of income accepting'The: Bradford applications County Sheriffs for the.' Officeis 'Factory ,,Direct' Means Wholesale Prices only at!

This is sponsored by the
American Assiciation of Retired position of Correctional Officer/Jailer,
Persons, (AARP) and is aimed at Quality
beginning January'29.and ending
the elderly and retired in low and
moderate income groups. February., 15. 1988 4

They Tuesdays. will be only available,from on 9 a.m.Mondaysand until Apply at Sheriffs Office Bradford \ (904)( ) 752-8627 '

1 p.m. No appointment is necessary. County, Courthouse.
"First Woodward.come, ', first served," says : Dolph E.. Reddish, Hwv 41 ,N ,(Between 1.10; & US 90)) Lake City, FloridaWhere

"The program focuses on personal
income taxes of low and moderate Sheriff Bradford County
income older taxpayers as a service 1/2121Jhg S/O4
to those who are unable to afford
professional assistance. While there ,
are no set income, limits for individuals ..

counselors normally using do Tax-Aide not assist, VALENTINES DAY SPECIAL
persons with high incomes.'" says tt
Low income persons who may be
at or near the poverty level will be
referred to the VITA program RENTALANEBOWLING
where other assistance programsare
offered, and advice concerning
those is available.

Vita Program.. $5. Per Hour Per LaneFeb.
Located ,at the Suwannee River!
Tennis InstructionStarke 14th-Noon til 6pmSTARKE

or Keystone LANES 964-8175
Private Lessons

$10 per hour OR.. Happy Valentines Day
Learn with'a Friend

For $5 each.

:Call Mark at
II 473-4380 or 964-6305 ,

Current Students

include members of

KHHS High School TeamCANCER Stephen F.:, Smith ,
Sawmill and
prices for quality wood ',." ,, .'

'7. miles S. of Starke on Hwy301

'To\learn more about cancer,can' -T 468a2624' "
Tel-Med and ask for these topes by
,number Cal 964496 or 370007. Reverse Board Batting 3/8" $9.75,
6 Breast cancer;' 5/8"$13.99,

176 179. Lung Cancer cancer of the prostate'gland. 4 Ply Plywood 1/2'*,,$8.30

181 Cancer-trie curable: disease Hardwoods Pressure Treated
183 Cancer1 7 warning signals
185 Cancer of the skin Dressed Pine CUSTOM SAWING
188 Radiation therapy for cancer =-
189 Childhood concers: 1 '.
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525 Cancer of the stomach "others 'have their' ,branches,

We have: our roots.


Folks dealing with one of those statewide banks, At F&D Bank,you deal with people you know,and
304 E. CALL STREET STARKE 964-4425 '
or,savings and loans can never be sure where the people who know you, and you don't. have to sacrifice -

.decisions are made. But you can bet on one thing- the safety of your hard earned money to bank
SPECIALIZING IN:' 'the/re not made in this community. locally. In addition to FDIC Insurance have$IS

,in capital equity behind every$100 in deposits. Ask '
New Construction .' ResidentialCommercialElectrical That's why doing':business'with Farmers and your bank what they have.

Dealers Bank makes sense. The decisions are, '

Work Overhead Fans made right here.... where our roots have: been Farmers' and Dealers:. Bank serving' Union and ,
firmly planted since 1911. Bradford 'counties longer than any other Bank :.
Savings and Loan or Credit Union.

Lighting Fixtures of ALL Kinds You deal with people who are a part of'our .

community,people who are committed to making t ,
24 Range Hoods I Sound Systems Robbie every dollar work hard right here;not in Jacksonville (
Smith South Florida. or South America.
; Owner '395 West Main Street / PoM Office Box 358
I Lake Butler Florida 32054
Security Lights Security Systems
,Mratxr RD.LC / Equal Howlnf Under Telephone(904)496-2101 f ,




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