Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t _, Hit by Car at Southside e Bradfordwosr ColJl1l.,

,v+ A slx-year old fejuthside Elemen on SR-100 SSE into the path of a ..< < The Starke Police Departmentand SINCE 1879
tary kindergartner received a head Audi on his way home from school. the Bradford School Board are 0Ctci"

I injury when he ran into the path of a The boy apparently struck a side, working together to establish a J
I I eastbound vehicle as he attemptedto breakaway mirror with his head. guard at the each school crossing in

cross CR-loo Wednesday afternoon According to Paramedic Scott the county, which would include this o
after school. Taylor, the child was flown by crossing.The '
, : The child had a cut on his head. He ShandsCalr to Shands Hospital in driver of the vehicle, William ool\ .--t- DLO19A b\\
I was apparently alert and answering Gainesville as a precaution due to T. Williams III, 19, of Starke was not
I. questions correctly after the accident the head injury. The helicopter land- cited in the accident. The school: i '(o,0 v
but was to be held overnight as ed in the school ballfield, near the crossing blinking lights were not on \
a precaution. scene of the accident.C;, << at the time of the accident and the "t o\: '
I Tommy Bednarz, who lives in driver was not speeding, said \
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Orangewood Aparentments across The child was alert and correctly Patrolman Reno. An engineering LIBRARY
SR-100 from Southside Elementary, answering the questions of Police study at that particular crossing has The Sweete 1tJ-:5.arrips This Side of Heaven PYluom

pulled away from his older sister Chief Jimmy Bown, according to a been requested by the Police G'wItTm OF FLA. HISTORY
and darted, across a school crossing, witness at the scene. Department. fell!' ,. dopy
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Wortk 'f/o1in9_ Commissioners Feel

German Students...
Like StockIn
The 18 visiting German exchange Laughing
students have been presented the :
key to the city by Starke Commis
sioner Jimmy Crosby and introduced
to some fresh Bradford County

strawberries Monday, April, at N 4 4n
the Western Steer Steakhouse. r.
The students, who arrived this Garbage

past weekend, are staying with
local families and attending Brad-

ford High. They sang Happy Birth- ca t ), V
day, in English, to a fellow studentat u' 1 'a W Y 9 appeal to Circuit Court is set on especially Commissioner Maxie
the steak house luncheon. Plans .... I 1 w Judge George Pierce's.-ruling that Carter, Jr., has been and is harrass-
are for the students to visit ( the county's garbage control or- ing him, Perryman says about dum-
Cumberland Island National M 'I.- ,. dinance is unconstitutional, county ping garbage. Perryman says he
Seashore at St.Mary's, Ga., Disney 4r' commissioners were told Monday was forced to drive an additional 50
World, the Bradford County Fair miles round trip to the Clay County
night, April,8, by county attorney
and a tour of some of the Industriesof Reggie Flynn. landfill at Camp Blandin and that

Bradford County.Upcoming. Judge Pierce's ruling last week has now been closed forcing him to

caused a charge of illegal dumping drive to Green Cove.
... against Keystone garbage collector Similar dumping restrictions were

The 35th edition of the Bradford contractor Thomas E. Perryman to placed on other garbage collectors,
County Fair is under way through be dismissed. Attorney Flynn told sanitatian O'Neal says, and one collector -
Saturday, April 15.! See the articleson commissioners Monday night the was banned from using the
P. 1A and Page IB for schedulesat case will be appealed to Circuit Bradford landfill because all his garbage -
the fair. Court by assistant state attorney came from Clay County.The .

The InvitationalGolf David Giant. Brown
Strawberry Attorney Terry
Perryman feud went to county
Tournament set Friday and represented Perryman."I .
court after Perryman dumped a
Saturday, April 12-13, at the Starke ,rRN
Golf and it tell you what. The whole thing is truckload of garbage in front of the
Country Club. For more
A the laughing stock of the county," landfill gate Nov. 1 when the
info, see the sports pages of this .
allow him to
wee's Telegraphe. 4., Commissioner E.W. Hodges said gateman wouldn't
The Dyal Cemetery Associationwill } Monday night, summing up the com enter.

meet Monday, April 15, at noon fit .' Y mission's feeling about the case.

in the county commissioners ( Judge Pierce's Ruling...
Since the case was dismissed, Per-
meeting room in the county cour-
thouse.A ryman cannot be charged under the The motion'of attorney Terry

public hearing in the case of state statute, the Florida Litter Law, Brown, representing Perryman,
suspended vo-tech cosmotology in- said attorney Flynn, the newly appointed was to dismiss the case because the
structor Betty Stevens Hutson has legal counsel for the com wording of County Ordinance 76-2,
been postponed until April 29, due mission. Should the Circuit Court listed as Chapter 12 in the county
to the of school board reverse the County Court ruling of code book, to be vague and am-
member suspension J.R. (Jim) Lawson. A full Judge Pierce, the litigation against biguous in that it does not define

5-member board is needed to con- Perrmyman could be reinstated, 'prior "consent" or "public
said Attorney Flynn. nuisance.
duct the hearing.
The Bradford School Board Queen Tracie... Should the Circuit Court ruling go "The words 'prior consent' and
against the county it should not be 'public nuisance' are not sufficiently
meets in regular session Monday, A radiant of the queens to reign
most strawberry
strawberry queen for the 35th edition of one popular due
carried court to the requirement -
to a yet higher sug- specific satisfy process
April 15, at 7 p.m. the Bradford County Fair is Miss Trade Clark, BUS over the county fair in recent years. gested Commission Chairman Max- of the void for vagueness
: The Starke city commission Junior, and daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark of Queen Tracie snipped a ribbon to officially open the ie Carter Jr., and the other three doctrine," Pierce stated in a two-
meets Tuesday, April 16 at 7:30 Starke. 1985 fair at' noon Wednesday. She will\ at the fair Commis- decision dated March 29.
commissioner present,
,i p.m. for its regular third Tuesdays Thursday night from 7-H p.m., .Friday and Saturday . ., .. .
Nook Norman "
sioners E.L. ( ). ,', --- "
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, Next Captain of the BUS cheerleading squad. Tracie in nIghts 6tlpJs --- Lawrence Mosley, and E. W. '
Chamber mixer is set April
25 and will be sponsored by Radio Hodges, agreed. If the county losesat Why No Notice...
the Circuit Court level, which
; Station WPXE. Chairman Carter wondered Mon

, Fair Opens on Sunny Smooth Note"Everything heard means by the Circuit case Judge will R.A.probably(Buzzy be) received day night notice why the that commission the garbage

Green, work will begin on writing a
Name Change ordinance was declared unconsti-
new courtly control ordinance

; Postponed... is going very smoothly. Knock on and Margaret Mickell, both representing the Florida. they agreeCommissioners tional.If he. had not called the state attorney's -
wood said Mike of the Bradford State Fair Association. complain they
Cooney, manager office here to find out about
the County Fair, as the pace was beginning to pick up Some 2,000 persons attended the fair Tuesday don't have control of the landfill. It is
i A on dropping proposal of the
the Perryman case,
night, the first time the fair has officially been open- not right, said Commissioner progess
from the Wednesday.Some
to drop name wondered how the board
ed that The Tuesday opening has extended the
early. Hodges, for anybody to dump out-
Starke-Bradford Chamber of
i of the would have found out. Carter said he
50 persons watched as Strawberry Queen fair into a five day run. side the gate of the landfill and get
has been by
Commerce postponed find the law had
rides this the most was surprised to out
The 30 midway are ever,
rib year
Tract Clark, snipping a strawberry emblazoned away with it.
of the
the Board of Governors ruled unconstitutional and the
of scissors of- expanded from 21 last year. Fair ride tickets now said the state been
bon with a big bow on with a pair gold Attorney Flynn gar
\ organization.President Richard Welty threw ficially opened the fair at noon Wednesday. A cost $1 each. The two-for-one ended sale ended Satur- bage law has never been tested. The case against Perryman dismissed.

schedule of the fair events is in the B-Section of this county garbage ordinance ruled un-
. the idea out for the governors to day.Some Considering Suit...
visit the fair
50,000 are
I think about and but the Executive edition of The Telegraph. persons constitutional, follows the state law
wait for make before it closes Saturday night. almost word-for-word, he said. Hauling the garbage to Green
I Committee wants receives to Doyle Conner, Bradford's "own" Florida commissioner 79 pigs and 54 steers will be auctioned off in one of Cove Springs is costing him extra

I a feedback.decision Research until it has been more done of agriculture, addressed the crowd briefly, the biggest Bradford-Union swine and steer sales. Judge Pierce ruled the entire or- expense, Perryman says, and he is
I Bradford to joking that he shouldn't go back to the opening ses- The 4-H and FFA swine show is set is set Wednes dinance unconstitutional, Flynn considering suing to recover the
I in the County
have the name declared a Blue sion of the state legislature, but maybe he would day, April 10, at 7 p.m. The swine sale is set Friday said, but the part objected to was the costs.
'j' county the Florida anyway. night, April 12, at 7:30( p.m. definition of prior consent required Originally, Perryman said, he was
Chip Community by The 4-H and FFA steer show is set tonight (Thurs before garbage can be dumped on the only garbage hauler to be required -
11 Department of Commerce, so it has Stepping to the podium and removing his white day, April 11)) at 7 p.m. The steer sale is set Saturday private property. County sanitarian to supply a list of customers.As .
i I been suggested that perhaps the Stetson hat, Commissioner Conner said he was pleased night, April 13, at 7 p.m. Darrell O'Neal pointed out the Per- things went on the county required -
j I'{ name of the Chamber should be to be back home in Bradford County. It's excitingto County agent Bobby Taylor will auction off flats of ryman case involves dumping on the lists of other haulers, he
j restricted to Bradford County, Wel- see how much progress the fair has made, Conner Bradford County strawberries each night at the fair. public property. says.

ty said. said, noting the new building added this year and the The Home Division is well represented this year, Perryman said he dumped gar-

Blue Chip Effort... breeder stock entered in the fair. with a good number of entries, Cooney says. Resultsof Perryman Case... bage outside the main gate because

Judge George H. Pierce was also present for the this judging can also be found in B-section. A running argument has been going county employees at the landfill
The Evaluation Committee from ribbon cuttin, as were Wally Rich, chief of the Rotarians sold 1,200 fried chicken dinners in their on several years between the refused to lower a cable stretched
the state Department of Commercewill Bureau of Fairs and Expositions, andd Fran Heath annual Rural-Urban Day. county and garbage contractor Per across the entrance to the landfill
arrive May 9 to evaluate Brad- who lives on Speedville after he'd paid the required $15 to
ford County's application to be Road.ryman dump a 25 cubic yard load. He had

named a Blue Chip Community, it Perryman claims to have been been instructed to dump as close to
was announced last Thursday, Offers to Suit harrassed by county officials since the trenches as he could, and on Nov.
Hardy Drop
April 4, to the Board of Governors he began his garbage collection 1 the entrance was as close to the
of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of operation five years ago. trenches as he could get. Perryman
Commerce. contends he was, therefore, in-
County officials say Perrymari compliance with the county's rules.

All Not Against County, Flynn SaysFormer operates in the in Clay Keystone and Bradford Heights Counties area- Perryman contends he is being
would the
Helping Others... and is dumping Clay County gar harrassed. Else why coun-
landfill.So ty prosecute a second-degree misde-
$1 raffle tickets are being sold by Bradford County attorney county attorney Reggie Flynn, who "I'll guarantee you one thing, I'll bage into the Bradford meanor, which the illegal dumping

the Bradford Association of Retarded Dudley Hardy offered a deal to drop was appointed in March. be sure and read any contract a the county requested each gar- charge Is.Sanitarian.
Citizens with prizes to be drawn his breach of contract suit againstthe Flynn told the commissioners the lawyer gives me four times before I bage collector to provide a list of O'Neal told commis-
Saturday, April 13, at the Bradford county this week, but county suit by Hardy was not "open and sign it next time," Carter said. customers. Several contractorswent sioners Monday night he has signeda
County Fair. commissioners refused to considerthe shut" based on the claim for the remainder past the Nov. 1 deadline to provide affidavit against another hauler,
The funds go directly to the programs conditions he outlined. of 1985'S retainer fees at The county attorney's contract the list, Says sanitarian O'Neal, but is waiting for the outcome of the
carried on for retarded Hardy said his suit was prompted $500 per month. Hardy has already states that the agreement may be and Perryman was the final contractor garbage law case before proceeding
citizens at Sunshine Industries on because of the principle involved in been paid for January and Februaryby terminated by either party 30 by to provide the list. further.
CR-100() west of Starke. The funds his firing in February and not the county. "There has been quitea written notice 30 days prior to the ,O'Neal.checked out the commer-
can also be used as matching fundsto because of the $5,000 he claims the bit of action in our favor," said beginning of another contract yearin cial accounts of Perryman, and

receive federal funds for the county owes him. Flynn, referring to court precedentsin January.The commissioners. didn't advise found-' some customers listed no Garbage "'ees...
1 BARC industrial project. Hardy said he would donate the breach suits.
of contract longer used Perryman, some ad- to all
is free
Prizes offered are: $100 of $5,000 owed him by the county to the Chairman Carter said he'd have Hardy in December that his contract dresses could not be verified, and Dumping garbage
groceries from Winn-Dixie, 25 Santa Fe Community College Starke Hardy sit in the county commission would be ended. Instead, the com some names on the list were non- Bradford residents.A which will admit
gallons of gas by Torode Oil, one Center if the county would match his meetings 10 hours a month, the missioners voted unanimously to approve existent. Commissioner Carter windshield sticker
case of motor oil from Register Oil, $5,000 donation with $3,000 more amount of hours stipulated in the Hardy's contract as county at- checked on the residential list sub- residents to the landfill are
a whole ham from The Butcher would torney for another year at the Jan. 7 available at the county clerk's office -
from county funds. It would cost the contract that the attorney mitted by Perryman, and found
Shop, and 10 gallons of gas from county a total of $10,000. Hardy also work for the $500 per month, if he meeting. some did not live in Bradford Coun haulers
contt'nds&bat he is owed are
Hardy retainer Commercial garbage
Hurst Exxon. stipulated that the county his the the county.In .
pay won case against
legal fees to date, which he said response to a question by fees of $500 per month for the ty.As a result, Perryman has been charged $5 for a tt-ton pickup aU truck other
load for
would amount to less than $200. Carter Flynn said that Hardy was remainder of the year or $5,000. limited to two loads of garbage per load, and $15 per

Inside... Hardy entered the suit after being no longer an employee of the county County Contribution.., ? week, down from the four loads he size vehicles.

Two $* SECTION A It Pog t February on a motion by Maxie dismissal vote and he couldn't be required The county commission was ap- carry a minimum of two loads per mercial haulers are limited r

Nw. . . . . .P..** ,-, Carter Jr. that passed unanimously.Carter to attend county meetings or last summer by Guy Andrews week to a Clay County landfill near week for Bradford Garbage Serve,
Editorial. . . . . .Pag. 4 said the county should allow work on the county's legal affairs. to make a contribution to the Green Cove.Perryman. 1 for Garbage Service, 2 for
Social. . . . . .Paj. ,-, other attorneys in Starke to handle Commissioner Lawrence Mosley fund for remodeling the old cour- says he is trying to provide Writ Service,6 for Mills
Sport' .. .. . . Pago* 1-13 county business. Hardy had been said Hardy's proposal for settlement thouse to provide space for the Santa a very necessary service for Garbage Service, 2 for Perryman's
legal' Notlci. . . . .r.g.'o county attorney for nine years. would cost the county $10.000 plus Fe College Starke Center. The com people in the southeastern tip of Garbage Service, and 1 for J.B.
Da ,. .Pag! Itopopopopop 1t 13 Hardy said that Carter motivatedhis Hardy's attorney fees of $200. mission agreed to provide work Bradford County. The county, Hayes.
Page dismissal after trying to get Har- The offer by Hardy soon became a crews of county employees to help
dy to resign over the publicity surrounding laughing matter with commis out from time to time, but no funds --
radiant Fair . . Pago U-"S
Crlm. Scon.. . . .Pag.* '.11 the arrest of Blaine sioners joking about the suit. were pledged.County did assist city "1 tell you what. The whole thing is the
Thompson, a long-time friend of crews
Hardy's, on trafficking cocaine. The Contract Blues.. workmen and Inmates in tearing laughing stock of the county," CommissionerE.W.

Thompson was sent to prison after Carter told Flynn to make sure down the old jail behind the had cow to Hodges said Monday night, summing up
thouse last month.The old jail
pleading guilty and point out that the contract, about the .
"Ufa consists not in holding good drawn and approved by be removed to allow space for an the commission's feeling case.Kindergartner
by Hardy
cards but in playing those you do County Has Chance... the county commission nine years elevator to be installed. The elevatoris

hold well. Josh Billings Monday night, April 8, the commissioners ago, was "all slanted toward the attorney ture mandated to provide for handicapped the two story access.struc-
discussed the suit with ."


PaceZA TELEGRAPH April 11.1985


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Fun at the Fair... NOTICE

&i Crowds of kids enjoying their Spr-
i Ei: ing Break gave the operators at the
midway all they could handle on,,
.. x -. -1I opening day. '' $>.1' NOTICE AND FORALTERN'AT
.. yfc't I a The students< enjoyed the merryA'. .r .: .
go-round, the Super-Slide and many
other attractions new to the event vE PAYMENT OF 1985
this year.
With the weatherman giving the
-vim crowds a break, officials look forward REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENTSection
to one of the largest turnouts

i rMI1.I : : I II I a ever. 197.0155. F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer
w who elects to pay taxes by the installment method shall make payments based upon an estimated
tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property in the preceding


I Triest Wins Rebuilding At BHSTriest First Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Pay
Job ment shall be made not later than-June 30, 1985. A taxpayer
must make the first Installment payment in order to participate
in this plan.

Construction will be The total loss is $586,720, according be replaced by the board's insurance N
rebuilding the social. studies and to Supt. Jim Duncan. That included Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4Vi%. Pay N I
ment shall be made not later than September 30, 1985.
English classrooms destroyed by $359,000 for the contractorand O
fire at Bradford High School for a architectural fees of$28,720. The Duncan said everyone involved i in Third Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus
low bid of$359,000. cleanup cost was $14,000 of the the Cleanup and remodeling project adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual one-half tax liability of any 0
Triest, of Keystone Heights, won Phase I building and cleanup of had worked tremendously hard to' discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than
the job over D.E. Wallace of smoke damage to other BHS stay on schedule and have the T cember 31 1985.
Alachua who bid $369,722 at the bid buildings was$120.000. Duncan said. building reopened for classes when T
opening Friday, March 15. Contents valued at $65uuw will also. school starts in Awzust. Fourth Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
The original bids opened Feb. 22 I adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability
for the refurbishing project were rejected No 1986.discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31!, I

because of a procedural pro- i ro4 II IIICs
blem. Wallace reduced his bid by t C
$18,500 with a hand-written note on If you have not received an application to pay 1985 taxes by Installment and it is C
the outside of the bid envelope.The considered bad luck to see the moon over one's shoulder. your intent to exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the appli
deduction note was not signedor E cation below and'mail or file with your county tax collector prior to May 1 1985 .
initialed by a company official The absolute deadline for filing the application is April 30, 1985. Any application
and should not have been accepted, filed after April 30 will not be considered. The postmark E
according to school board rules. mailed to
tax collector shall determine if the application
was timely mailed. Additional
Because the Wallace bid after the
application/ forms
may be obtained from the tax collector's office
deduction of$377,727 was lower than as listed below: .
Triest's bid, the board decided to reject -
Mail Esther S. Hall
all six bids and readvertise for completed application to: Tax Collector
bids on March 15. P. O. Drawer 969
The result was a bid about $18,000 Starke. Fl. 32091

less two percent than presented leasing in in sound February.controlin A I ---- -- -- ------__: _-____ DETACH: _________________
the figures in on the refurbishing r 1 1985, CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. NOTICE BY JUNE 15, cI
project the totals are com- _
plete on the total amount of loss and I TO BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYER II (I-j jI
damage done by the Dec. 12 fire _

.. $219995 I hereby make application to participate In the installment Property I. D. No. .
STARXECHURCH payment plan for the 1985 tax year. Legal Description it
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required to continue participation for the talC year. If you elect to discontinue Plying the first payment you are
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11.1985 TELEGRAPH Pa.eSAI'

Lawson Enters Not Guilty Plea In Court THOMAS 430 SOUTH AUTO TEMPLE -'STARKE' PARTS

A plea of not guilty was entered in Lawson wanted to testify-before- the what role, if any, the committee Monday night April 8, was postponed 964.5611
circuit court here Monday April 8. grand jury.Lawson should take in making such appoint due to Lawson's suspension.The @
for suspended Bradford school was in the courthouse the ments. hearing was rescheduled for 7p.m.
board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson day the grand jury met but decidednot The Telegraph has been told, but ,April 29,on the assumption that \\\\
who has been indicted for child to testify upon advice[ of his at- has not confirmed, that several Gov. Graham will name a replace
molesting.Lawson. torney. names have been submitted to the school board member by that time. b
42, was not present for The complaint alleges that on governor's office by individuals in- Ms. Hutson is accused of filing a (; (; fg @ W
the court session. His plea was three separate occasions between terested in the school board seat or false daily expense voucher to ob-
entered for him by attorney Johnny September and December of 1984, through the governor's patronage tain an extra $50:>> and other miscon- -
Hobbs of Starke. It normally takesat Lawson touched or fondled the boy. person for the county Bob Harris. duct on a field trip with adult vo-tech
least two months to prepare for a The charges returned by the grand The governor's office has asked students. The board was scheduledto AM/FM
trial. jury stated that the crime of sexual that it be allowed to gather names hear agruments from school
Gov. Bob Graham suspended battery was not involved. from all sources interested in sub- board attorney Terence Brown and Stereo Cassette
Lawson from the school board Fri First elected to the school board in mitted nominees before making the attorney for the Bradford Education
day, April 5, after he was indicted 1978, Lawson returned to the boardin names public. Graham's office is Association, representing Ms. Hut- W/Speakers
Tuesday, April 2, by a Bradford 1984 without opposition. currently gathering information on -Z3- _
County grand jury. Lawson has worked as a car the nominees.. son.Brown said the hearing could not
Lawson is charged with lewd salesman for the past? 20-odd years, be held without all five school board $7995
assault upon a child under the age of and has been active in civic func- Teacher Hearing Postponed. members.The .
tions. ... board declined Ms. Hutson's
14.The offer to resign, and decided to hold
16-member grand jury heard
A in the of suspended
the case against Lawson from six Interim Replacement... hearing case its own hearing,as is the right of the
witnesses, including one 11-year-old Names for an interim replace- Vo-tech cosmotology instructor Bet- board, to determine if the charges 200 Watt L.E.D.Speakers .
boy, subpoenaed by Assistant State ment during Lawson's abscence are ty Stevens Hutson scheduled for merit firing the instructor.
Attorney Tom Elwell. The session in being gathered.
the morning and lasted until late Attorney Terry Brown, chairmanof
afternoon. Much of the time the Bradford County Democratic
however was spent wait!net to sw if I; Committee, has asked Gov. Graham Attention Senior Citizens $5995 a tx

Garbage Compactor Bids Wouldn't It Be Great to Hear Well Again!

You Can!

200 WattBooster 150 WattBooster

To Be Asked by CountyPlans Linda Shipp, Hearing Aid Specialist with Audio _

Hearing Service of Gainesville will be in Starke the
to buy a garbage compactorfor Work will have to begin on qualifyIng $3995PickUp
the county landfill moved for- for a new.permit, O'Neal said. 2nd Thursday of Every Month giving FREE Hearing $5995
ward Monday night April 8, when
county commissioners authorized a Which Court Case...? Tests. .
call for bids for the $150,000 piece of During discussion of the law suit
equipment. by former county attorhey Dudley
A compactor will extend the life of Hardy, one commlssione'.asked. at- MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
the landfill by a third, commis- torney Reggie Flynn.
sioners says. In addition, a Depart Flynn asked, which one? 127 E. Call St. Starke 964.7810 Truck Custom Grill
ment of Environmental
Regulationhas Commissioners surprised.
stipulated that the county buy a What other cases, they asked. Well, TODAY APRIL 11 9:30 to 12:30:
compactor to keep the landfill in Flynn replied, there is the case of illegal :
operation, commissioners said. garbage dumping, and there is Those who are experiencing some difficulty $5995Eagle
Opening date for the bids was set the problem of who will pay the at- understanding words should take advantage of this
for 10 a.m. Monday, May 6, the torney fees of Roosevelt Carroll for
board's regular meeting day. the which the county has been billed FREE offer. Don't put off today, what could make a
Commissioners traveled to $7,029 by attorney John Jones, who better tomorrow. Off-Road Driving Light
Alachua and Levy Counties last defended Carroll.
week to look at compactors in opera- He's been on the board six years With Cover
tion.The Levy County landfill opera- and has never before been involved uIli
tion, commissioners reported, is with the court system, commis- THE HEARING 1 1223NW 16th Ave.
similar in size to Bradford County'sand sioner Lawrence Mosley noted. HearingGainesville
the compactor there was about Now, legal cases are occupying AID PLACE PL $2495
the size needed here. much of the board's time. e vcG 3 373-5507
To pay for the compactor, com The board instructed that attorney
missioners are asking the City of Jones be notified the county com- _-r --
Starke to pay$25,000: per year for use mission did not retain counsel for -
of the landfill. The city takes all of Roosevelt Carroll.
its garbage and trash to the county Flynn said the county became in- PAY UP TO $1,525TO
landfill. volved in the matter when the Car- WE'LL
The joint use of the landfill opera- roll case was appealed to a higher
tion began several years ago after court. When it became an appellate
DER forced closing of the Starke matter, former county attorney
dump on Old Lawtey Road. The two Dudley Hardy apparently asked his HOME
board have an agreement to share partner, Jones, to handlethe, case. GIVE YOUR
costs of operating of the landfill once Sheriff Dolph Reddish told com-
those costs can be determined. missioners earlier that'the Florida ., <,. ,, .

Landfill Permit... policy Sheriff's may Association have Already insurance paid the 'WORKS
The county's permit from DER fee. Commissioners think theSheriff's THE
for operation of the county landfillon Association may have been
SR-300 two miles west of the party to retain counsel for the
Keystone Heights has expired, county when the case was appealed. '
sanitarian Darrell O'Neal reportedto /
the board. 'New' Fire Trucks. n /
Plus, O'Neal, a new DER inspector Work, on refurbishing two used fire
is finding everything possible pumpers bought from the City of
wrong the the operation of the land- Jacksonville is nearing completionat m
Lawtey Correctional Institution,
fill.For instance, the new inspector fire fighter liason Bill Crouse, who is
"wrote the county up," O'Neal said fire chief at Lawtey, reported to the ,
for not compacting the garbage commission.The .
enough.The county currently uses a first of the two pumpers,
bulldozer and, admittedly, lacks which Crouse says to be in excellent
equipMent to property compact the condition, will be ready in two
garbage. weeks.


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; Local UDC Chapter Bears Name of/ Civil War Officer ;'-),

Vo-7 ech Is Suffering from Unfair Laws"Who 1

He re-tnlibled in Co G, :2nd Florida i
Seventy years ago this month a group 1 u 5
ladies of Starke met at the home of Mrs Cavalry, under Capt. Wrn )i. Cone, and

lion? When consider that J.M. Alvarez on Walnut Street to organize, : was soon engaged in several skirmishes
chapter of United I
education percent of occupations listed in the 'Dic Daughters of the Confederacy, H other locations in the area In "February
tionary of Occupational Titles' require a Ir 1864 he fought in the Battle of Olusttt-) near
That was the thought-provoking ques- and that \ The chapter was named in honor ol t r c Ocean Pond, between Lake City and Mac-
college degree only 16,4
,tion raised in a recent Miami Herald per- William Theophilus Weeks III, a fitting!!: Benny After the Union forces, were driven
analysis of statewide decline in cent of adults in this country ever tribute to a man who served his county,, back to Jacksonville, his battalion was
vocational-technical school enrollmentnow graduate with a four-year degree you state, and nation with distinction, in war ordered to Mosley Hall in Madison County
in Florida.As can appreciate how important it is to and peace, during an active career of 59 I and remained there until the surrender of
being experienced .
serve all our students. years. Gen. Robert E. Lee in January law!

usual in such cases, no one thing Charter members of the UDC who voted In May 1865, Lt. Weeks returned to his
be faulted
can be pointed to as the sole cause of the "Legislators cannot for unanimously to name the new organization home in the Providence area of western
wanting good schools in Florida. But for this "much beloved Confederatesoldier" which had been
decline in vo-tech enrollment. There area Bradford County, createdin
number of factors but the Herald arti- good schools can't be created just by were: Lucia Sharpe Alvarez, December 1861 from a portion of Columbia
Murla Weeks Wall, Dea Weeks Wilson
legislating higher graduation re He became a \prominent figurein
cle points its finger at the Florida Maude Weeks Brownlee, Ruby Brownlee
Good schools and state politics the
Legislature as the chief culprit, declar- quirements. serve all Long, Cornelia Peek Long, Mary McBeth reconstruction county era, serving as a delegateto
ing that: "Under present Florida law, it students to attain an education best Weeks, Elizabeth Logan Brownlee, Mary the! Constitutional Convention of 1885
suited for their specific goals in life. Wells Tomlinson, Lee Perryman Davis,
is likely that vocational education, as and doing his share toward redeeming the
These options can best be determinedby Estelle Powell Tison, Etta Shaw Tison, hands of the
state from the "carpethiag-
we know it will not survive the 1980s. Mae
Margaret Frippe,Carrie Amelia Ray,
local school boards."Florida's gers" who had taken over FlondaTs
That is statement. and Olive Elizabeth
a sobering Ray. r government during the period of martial

"That uniquely American institution, RAISE legislation sets That the organization has continued to law after the war
forth minimum academic requirementsthat exist over a period of 70 is of
the school that tax
comprehensive high pro- He served the county as assessor,
dedication and devotion
are virtually identical to the requirements of its membersto
vides both vocational and academic member of the House of Representatives
the memory of those fought for a lost !
take its in for admission to our state and state senator before being electedclerk
courses soon cause.
may place
of the circuit court in November,
red universities. As these are minimum requirements -
history beside the little school By his military career William T. Weeks 1888, a position he held for eight terms (32
house," the Herald writer said. "Our the assumption must be was following in the tradition of forebearswho Col. Wm. T. Weeks years), the longest tenure of any person in

sprawling, modern technical education that every student in Florida will be going fought in the American-Revolution, there for six months before being paroledand this office in Bradford County It is record.
centers may become empty shrines to to college. But we all know this isn'tso. the War of 1812, and the Seminole Indian instructed "not to take up arms again ed that his absence from the office duringall
thousands of Florida citizens deprivedof That is why we should retain and Wars of 1835 to 1842. He early learned the until regularly exchanged." these years would not average five daysa
vocational education in responsibilities and hardships of pioneer year, and no auditor ever found occasionto
an opportunity to learn an occupationthat promote" our life on a farm near Providence-then a partof Under date of July 12, 1862, Lt. Weeks criticize his management of office. He \
could make them productive schools. Columbia County, but now located in the wrote the following letter from Ellisville in was a charter member of the J.J. Dickison

members of society." A recent questionnaire revealed that western part of Union County. Until 1921 Columbia County to lion. G.W. Randolph, Camp, United Confederate Veterans, of
this Secretary of War: "Sir: While in com
area was part of Bradford County. His which he was commander at the time of
This is not to say that the Legislature 75 percent of students entering high father, Theophilus Weeks, was an invalid mand of the Island of Cedar Key, on the his death.
deliberately set out to deliver vo-tech school here were interested in taking for a number of years before his death, andit Gulf Coast of this State, with a Detach-
vocational-technical It fell the lot of the teenage W.T. Weeks to ment of men from my Company, F 4th Throughout his political career Lt.
some courses.
training a death blow. But, as so often manage the affairs of their large farm. Fla., Regt. Vols., we were on the 15th of Weeks was given the complimentary title
happens a bill passed, perhaps in haste should be readily available to them, and January last, intercepted in attempting to of "Colonel," as many lawyers and promi-
and without sufficient study may turn the Vo-Tech Center should not be But in 1859, young Weeks first answeredthe evacuate the the U.S. Steamer nent men were addressed in that period.
out to have unexpected results. This penalized by having funds withheld if' call to help defend his country by Hatteras and capture His son,Robert (Bob) Weeks in later years
appears -
enlisting in Colonel Ford's Texas
Rangersto recalled making the trip from Providenceto
to be the case with the Omnibus the student, through no fault of his own, assist in defending'tut state against the "The privates and non-officers were Starke after the county seat was moved
Education Act which denies state fun- is unable to find work in his chosen field. inroads of Mexicans at Brownsville.He taken to New York, myself confined at Key from Lake Butler following the election of
West for some time and then paroled, not
ding to Vo-Tech programs that do not For those who have neither the desire, returned home in December 1860 at to take up arms until regularly exchanged."The 1887.He
have a 70-percent completion rate remembered the Providence
family leaving
nor the ability financial or otherwise, to the height of the secession movement priorto late Colonel of my Regiment
within This that in the early morning( hours in a
a year. means anyone the Civil War and,after Florida seceded assured that
seek a college degree it is comforting to me he made every effort he filled with followed other
hay, by
completing the course must have know that our Vo-Tech Center offers a from the Union in January 1861,he enlistedthe could to have it done, and the present Col- wagon carrying household goods and ser
secured a lob related to that particularcourse following May in Company F, 4th onel (Joseph P. Hunt) now at Mobile promised wagons the servants Sam
in Block vants. Among was
course masons are
masonry. Florida Regiment,stationed at Cedar Key. to do the
within months of same.
12 graduating
currently paid from 40 to 60 cents for The regiment was ordered to Fernandinain Jackson an orphan black boy, reared by
unless he or she goes on to college or Mattie, another servant, along with her
each block laid (from 250 to 400 per December 1861, leaving several of its "Cannot something( be done by your Sam's is listed in the
enters military service. day). Not bad, we'd say, for a fellow men in Cedar Key, ill with measles. Aftera Department, consistent with the interestsof census family. along with name other members of 1885 the

( David Smith, director of the without a college degree but with a Cedar few days Key,to Lt.help Weeks care was for ordered the sick.back to the?Government, to- secure an exchange family. The "wagon train" stopped at

Bradford-Union VocationalTechnicalSchool knack for setting cement blocks. New River (which had to be forded in those

believes that to deny funding fora Being left in this position without sufficient "I am anxious to again enter the service days) and enjoyed a picnic lunch before
student who cannot find a job Instead of handicapping vocational- ammunition to defend the isolated and shall be impatient to hear something." proceeding on the all-day trip to Starke.

discriminates unfairly against technical education with seemingly un.. island town, Lt. Weeks was captured by Apparently his and Col.! Weeks died on April 18, 1933, at the
fair rules' and regulations, our Union forces, carried to Key West and imprisoned Lt. Weeks was soon parole! and after- age of 95. He is buried in Crosby Lake
vocational-technical training. He feels educators and legislators should at Fort Taylor. He remained wards exchanged (for a Union prisoner). Cemetery. I
that if applied to vo-tech, it should also recognize the fact that academic ex- II I

apply to students graduating in law, cellence, desirable as it might be, is not Notebook
County Agent's
medicine profession., engineering; or any other for everyone. l h\ liubb\ I.. Tsnltir ; j

Another legislative act with adverse Easter Tableau, 'I' ..*.... Spring weather stimulates new growthin ,.. Lawn Wateringwater plication,,' thi>' is altyuta3)? ))'l"tOi to Job'i gallons ,
effects on vo-tech training is the RAISE; plants, including grass. And, as your .for teach thousand;isquftrOpet/qf grass. \
f (Raise Achievement in Secondary lawn's growth rate increases, so does Its. immediately becausetdelay could But, remember that the best amount for

Education) Act which, while well intentioned Becoming Tradition need for water. Unfortunately, we do not cause permanent damage to :your grass. ." .your lawn will depend on your specific soil
establishes academic requirements receive much rain at this time of year. Watering frequency and volume are in- type.
And even when heavy rains do come, terrelated. You w ant to wet the entire root Once you've determined the fre
that leave few elective proper
heavy precipitation alone won't fully without the soil.
zone saturating Light, and correct amount, must
courses available that students cannot Y satisfy grass needs. So you must provide frequent waterings are inefficient. Too decide quency when to water. While it's you true that

complete many vocational courses. Of supplemental moisture. much water is both harmful and wasteful watering during the hottest part of the day

the 24 credits required for a high school Our sandy soils don't hold water very and constant saturation retards root will beneficially cool the grass, the prac
diploma a total of 15 must be used for well, which is a problem compounded by growth. If more water is applied than the tice wastes water which is rapidly lost

required subjects such as English, rapid moisture evaporation during warm soil runoff.A can. absord, the surplus is lost as through evaporation. To conserve

Math Science and Social Studies with weather. Thus,regular irrigation is essen- moisture and money, it's usually best to
tial to the maintenance of an attractive general rule for our lawns is to supply apply water in the early morning when if
only nine left for electives such as vo- jtrcN4' lawn, especially during spring and sum from one-half to one inch of water per ap- is more likely to soak into the soil, rather
tech band, and foreign languages. mer. than rising into the air as vapor.

Three basic factors watering frequency,
School officials here feel that the I/if volume, and time of application must be Letters to the Editor-
drop-out rate of 50 percent between the carefully evaluated in developing an effective -

9th and the 12th grade is due largely to landscape watering program. I'll
cover each of these critical 1 considerations.There .
students who
cannot with the
cope Information Given The
Sons of
higher academic requirements now imposed are several clues to a lawn's need the American Revolution (of
6 To Male Descendantsof which Carl Bessent
a distant cousin, is
for If in
water. bluish-gray spots
and leave school because of appear National
Confederate Vets president) is open to male
the grass, and begin to turn brown, wateris
boredom or a' feeling of descendants of those who the
inadequacy. needed. If footprints remain in the grass Editor: Telegraph: served in
These students might adapt readily to i for a long time after the lawn is walked on, military forces and governments of the
j vocational-technical training if given achancehand water is needed. And, if a soil sample, Your recent article on the exploits of J.J. American Colonies during the Revolu-
taken from the foot zone of the grass, feels Dickison ("The Grey Fox") was very in- tionary War. The SAR has a newly-
thus learn a skill that would
i chartered '
dry and crumbly water is needed. formative and doubtless of interest to chapter in Gainesville.
f into productive citizens of our citizens.
many I will be
The time between required wateringswill pleased to provide further infor-
rather than drop-outs unable to support depend, to some extent, on changes in Your readers may also be interested to mation regarding these organizations to
themselves. "Our goal is to meet the environmental factors, such as high learn of several organizations for male anyone who is interested and calls me at
needs of all students, whatever their : temperatures and strong winds. This in- descendants of veterans of the American 9647262.
Rebellion and the War Between the Wm. A. Bessent III.
capacity, says Smith.Of tensifies plant water loss to surroundingair States. ,
through evaporation. Also,you'll haveto (Most people are aware of the Daughtersof
to soil's the American Revolution and the United State Lottery
adjust watering frequency your
the average 320 students enteringthe
hold moisture. Daughters of the Confederacy, but have
to To
specific capacity Strongly OpposedBy
9th grade here each year, less than not heard of the men's
The significance of Easter was never some degree the time between wateringswill organizations.) Baptist Deacons
half, an estimated 150, will actually more effectively demonstrated here depend on the season of the year. In The Sons of Confederate Veterans is

graduate. Of these survivors, only about than in the movingly beautiful tableaux summer, grass may need watering as open to male descendants of Confederate Editor, Telegraph:
20 percent will enter college, and less presenting Four Stations of the Cross at often as every three or four days, while in soldiers and sailors. The Military Order of
than dozen winter, it may need additional moisture the Stars and Bars is open to male descen- The of
a will stay on to earn a the First United Methodist Church in Fellowship Deacons of First Bap-
only every two weeks. Too much water dants of officers of the Confederate forces. tist Church of Starke
,would like to
degree. It is expected that the number the early evening of Good Friday., can be as bad as too little. So, do not irrigate The SCV and MOSB have Camps and conviction that gambling on expressour levelis

entering college will increase substan- until signs of need appear.. Then Chapters in Jacksonville and Gainesville. detrimental to our society. We any are ap-

tially when Santa Fe Community Col- The living figures, representingChrist palled that some would suggest that our

lege opens its Starke Center next fall. and the two thieves on wooden children be educated by the use of funds

To the Miami Herald article crosses, the lifelike depiction of the Last in derived by such ungodly means.
quote" Supper, the angels keeping vigil at the Forestry Bradford County As citizens, we will do everything possible
again ...it that whenever
: seems
peo- closed tomb and the tomb broughtthe to insure that we are represented by
ple become anxious about our 'faifin Easter open to those in the by David Norton,Counly Forester politicians whose moral standards would
educational system, they think only in message lead them to stand against such destructive -
terms of academic excellence and propose community who might otherwise have Palm Trees Require type of mulch helps retain water and activities as a state lottery.We .
' overlooked the meaning of Good Fridayin nutrients, and provides additional organic believe shared
changes that could kill vocational Regular WateringIn our convictions are by
education. Our educational problems, the rush pre-Easter preparations. Time of Drought matter for the tree. many, many Christians in'the State of

however can't be solved Materials such'as grass clippings that Florida.
merely by Laurels go to some seventy-five generate heat should not be used as mulch
Feathertype palm trees, such as Queen, The Fellowhip of Deacons, First Baptist
academic standards. Vocational
raising members of the church, of all ages, who Royal and Date Palms, may frequently around palm trees. Church, Starke, '
education( is democratic education, as it. designed the scenery,' built and erectedthe suffer from manganese deficiency. Palm trees should be watered regularlyand

provides opportunities for all students, crosses, sewed the costumes, handled Stunted growth and yellowing of the frondsare special attention given to watering
not just those going to college. In our the lighting, and realistically symptom of this malady which may practices during dry spells. Instead of zzrThe :!iU
result death of the tree If not treated.
in the
school system as presently structured, The'tableaux spraying the tree, place a hose at the baseof
depicted the Biblical characters.
The deficiency Is, the palm and let the water trickle downto
a student choosing a future in engineering cure
were presented against a provide deep soaking.
logically enough, the application of ,
or physics can get all the math he or
background of music taped from the manganese. Apply one to six pounds of 65 Keeping your palm tree healthy will
she needs to for college.
prepare' choir's cantata presented on Palm Sunday percent manganese solution. An annual minimize the amount of work needed each
the student not going to college can application should do much to protect your year. Regular feeding and watering of
study one of hundreds of occupationsthat palms against manganese deficiency. Florida's world-famous palms, combined

do not require a degree. Mulching is a good practice for palm with occasional special treatment, will do
tree to use in their maintenance much to help them keep their beauty and
The tableau have owners
Good Friday
"Is it better in the of academic enhance the of home.
name programs. First, be sure there is no sod, appearance your
excellence to force youngsters out on already become a tradition In Starke, grass or other growth within a couple feet Most of the non-native palm trees grow
the street than to prepare them for a and one that we hope will continue for of the base of your palm. One reason for ing here suffered greatly from two years of

productive life in a satisfying occupa- many years to come this is to eliminate mowing and weeding. hard freeze. A majority of the palms world record for hamburger

Damage from mowers or weed-cutters planted in Florida are tropical varieties consumption was set back in 1979

--a. __ .-, ... -.r- -- provides entry to the tree for disease or rot and temperatures.are easy If prey are considering for freezing plan- by Alan Peterson of Longview,
Professional foresters recom- you
organisms. Washington. In half hour he
an ,
Da mend keeping a, two-foot space cleared ting any palms here in Bradford County ,
managed to wolf ham-
r down 20 3/4
around the base of the tree and coveringthis try a species such as Cabbage (Sabal))
with clean organic mulch such as pine palm or Washington palm which are able burgers, (weighing 3-1/2 ounces

0 r IJvi In many parts of thi wo rld...som IrThot.dry deserts,others above thi Arctic .. needles, oak leaves or cypress bark. This to withstand cold temperatures. eich meat,)for plus a total buns.r .of 4-1/2 pounds of

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I Judy Crews and Jerry Lee Wed March 23 in Home CeremonyJudy I

Crews, daughter of Mr. and oi J"U.o) umi' Jon.; ,".,..veU ux. ring The' bride was given in marriage Social Side Club News
Mrs. the table ,
Raymond Crews bearer. was a three tier-d cake '
and Curtis 'I
'Jerry; Lee son of Mrs. Rose Mc. Miss Sherrle McRee of Starke by bride's Nealy McConnell She in behalf of the decorated with pink heart and pink of theNews '/':'. i'. 'Notices i 4 ,
parents. a long
Connell and Curtis T. Lee, all of served as maid of honor. She wore a satin gown with appliqued lace on roses and topped with r. bride and :Church Items
Starke were united in pink groom. The cake was :nade by Mrs.
marriage gown with baby's breath In her the long sleeves and around the neck
Saturday, March 23, at 2 p,m. at the hair. She carried a bouquet of pink with a flowing train. She wore a diamond McConnell and cutting the cake ,,', .
home of Mr. and were Mrs. Sandra Lee and Mrs. Ann
Mrs. Nealy McCon- tiger lillies, daisies forgetmenotsand necklace and baby's breath in WeddingsReceptions
nell on W. Pratt Woods.
Street with Francis baby's breath.
her hair. She bible
carried white
woods performing the nuptials. Tammie Lee, daughter of Jerry with a Mrs. Oris Myr'.ck: presided at the
a cascade of
Two arrangement pink silver punch bowl which was encircled Parties
candelabras and
centered between Mrs. Brenda Joyner served as Gladys Mooty
roses, ivy and baby's breath.A .
three baskets of palms formed junior bridesmaid. She wore a viole reception also held at the with baby's breath and fern. 964-7608
the setting for the occasion. pink and white gown and Wore home of Nealy and was Rose McConnell.Mrs. Following a wedding trip to I Ir
Mrs. Louis Woods of Live Ouk, baby's breath in her hair. She car John Lee the book. Jacksonville Beach the couple is
aunt of the ried kept guest residing at 271 S. Orange St.,Starke.
groom, played the wed a crystal basket with dogwoodand The' bride's table was covered witha
ding march. The bride and groom are both
rose petals. Chasity .
Curtis Lee, father of the groom the bride served as flower daughterof girl, decorated white lace with cloth over pink linen graduates of Bradford High School. I yha--'. Regina Cannavo,
pink satin bows orchids
served as best man. Shiloh Lee son and carried a basket of rose petals., and forget-me-nots. Centering She graduated graduated in 1971.in 1976 and he .. Chuck,Johnson

I fn Plan May 4 Wedding

II UDC Chapter Will Observe 70th Anniversary- April. 15 I .i' ? Palatka Mr. and announce Mrs. Kenneth the engagementand Crawford of

approaching marriage of their
The W.T. Weeks Chapter, United Mrs. tranklyn S. Weisgerber chapters ,of "Daughters" and members. It was named in honor of h 9 daughter Regina Hope Cannavo of
Daughters of the Confederacy will president of the W.T. Weeks "Sons" of the Confederacy Mrs, Col. W.T. Weeks, who served in the "5 c Starke to Chuck Johnson, son of Anna
be host to Mrs. James T. Neal, state chapter, said the State President Weisgerber said. She pointed out Mexican War as well as the Civil Ruth Johnson of Starke and step-
president of the organization in would center attention on renewing that younger adults related to Civil War, and was for many years Clerkof ] father Hershel Johnson, Sr. of
observance of the 70th anniversary in the younger generation an War veterans buried in Crosby Lake the Court of Bradford County. Jacksonville.Miss .
of the local chapter.A awareness of the sacrifices made and other cemeteries in Bradford r, ; Cannavo is a mid semester
And the privations endured by their County are eligible for membershipas graduate of Bradford High School.
dutch treat luncheon will be held rehears during the war and also Sons or Daughters of the Con- Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson of Starke is the S Mr. Johnson is a graduate of Brad-,
Monday April 15, at the Steak House the' ra of Reconstruction. federacy. She suggested that they only survivor among his several S. ford High School and is employed by
starting at 11:30.: Also attending the Thi-tt, chapter is interested in contact her at 473-4958 for further in daughters who included Mrs. W.L. BTU Lake Butler Transit Unit.
meeting will be Mrs. Buford Mitchell creating awareness among the formation.W.T. Wall and Mrs. J.M. Brownlee of The wedding is planned for May 4,
president of the Keystone younger generation in their historic Weeks Chapter was organized Starke, and Mrs. Sam T. Dell, of at 6:30: p.m. in Brooker Baptist'''
Heights UDC chapter. heritage through organization of on April 27, 1915 with 15 charter Gainesville. Regina Cannavo Church, with a reception in the
Chuck Johnson church Fellowship Hal .
No local invitations are being
II Junior- Woman Club- Has Election of- OfficersThe issued invited but all to attend.friends and relativesare

Junior Woman's Club held an the Clubwoman of the Year and book and Debbie Connaughton
election of officers for 1986 at the Rookie of the Year and will be received an award for her work in
meeting Monday night presided over revealed at the May banquet along .the club and other organizations in
by the president Shan Johns. with installation of officers held at the past year.
Elected were president Debbie the Ravines Country Club in Mid-
Connaughton; first vice-president dleburg.It During the evening a hat contestwas
Hjalmar Wilson; second vice- was noted that the club brought held and Hjalmar Wilson was _
president Vicki Gaines; treasurer back awards from the district the winner for the most unusual hat.
Seleeta Brown; secretary Dora meeting including third place in Refreshments were served duringthe
Whitehead. The club also voted on education; second place in year social hour by the hostesses. 1 0 /

II Elks-Elkettes Hold Installation of OfficersThe a 1

1985 1986 officers of the Winkler, Lecturing Knight; Bill Evelyn Strunk; Treasurer, Carol
Starke Elk Lodge were installed Wilson, Sr., Secretary; Phillip Solze; Historian, Doris Ottinger; the
Monday night, April 1, by a team Johns, Treasurer; Warren Winkler, Advisory Board consists of the Past
from the Lake City Lodge, con Chaplain; Glen Blanton, Esquire; Presidents: Doris Ottinger Emilie
sisting of District Deputy Grand Exalted Tim Watson, Inner Guard; and Wahl, and Margaret Brown.
Ruler Warren Harris, James George W. Brown, five year Trustee. The Starke Elk Lodge meets on
Hollingworth, Roy' Markham, and Elkette Past President Emilie the first and third Monday nights of RETIREMENT LATER.
Frank Melendez. Wahl installed the new 1985 -1986 officers each month in the lodge building at
The new officers installed were: for the Elkettes of Starke 2030 North Temple Ave., with a
Richard Solze. Exalted Ruler; John Lodge. The new officers are: President catered supper at 7 p.m. and the
Nolan Leading Knight; Scott Virginia Shaw; Vice President lodge meetings at 8 p.m. Visiting
Roberts Loyal Knight; Wade Dorothy Cook; Secretary, Elks and their ladies are welcome.

II Enaaaed Couple. Honored With Cocktail Buffet

Ms. Denise Drake and Mike Willis, Eustis.A Mrs. Rick Gorey, of Mandarin, Mr.
whose marriage will be an event of lighted centerpiece of lavender and Mrs. Glenn Hurst of Oranges With as little as S25 00 you can open a Florida National Bank IRA
April 20, were honored at a cocktail roses pink carnations, white mumand Park, Mr. and Mrs. Lous Fain of and build a secure retirement: future while saving on taxes.
buffet on Saturday, March 23 at the balloons decorated the buffet Newberry and Ms. Lee Morris Now. with our pre au.:.;Konzed deduction plan your IRA contributionscan
Florida State Prison Training table. Balloons and flowers were us Gainesville.
by Mr!'and Mrs. Son- ed at otfoerjtablc\ .and.t< areas I be transferred directly from your checking or savings account' ..
"' 'hy"'Strl'ckhtnd and"TtthniidiMrs. throughout the party room.4 Assisting iii'cering'fot''the'' tle'( ou get all the.bfJfleflts ','", '. ,' 'J", ,
Richard Dugger. One hundred seventy-five were invited were Mr. and Mrs. Al c'ston/Mrs. of IRA automatically''
Upon her arrival Ms. Drake was to attend. Among the out-of- Jackie Hewett, Ron Davis and
presented with a corsage of lavender town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Misses Alisha Gruen and Cassie
roses. Corsages were also presentedto Frank Willis and Mr.and Mrs. Norm Autry. Annual tax savings .1 Choice of fixed or floating
her mother, Mrs. Marvin Prit- Ellis of Eustis, Mr. and Mrs. Steve The hosts and hostesses presentedthe FDIC insured to 3100,000 rate
chett of Lake Butler and her future Willis of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Ray honorees with a crystal bowl as a No yearly fee or service charge 1 Interest compounded daily
mother-in-law Mrs. Frank Willis of Boynton of Jacksonville, Mr. and memento of the occasion.

n Miss Cindy Norman Honored With PartiesCindy iJ Florida: National Bank

105 W Jefferson SI Starke 32091 (904) 964-7050
Frank Norman and the groom'sgrandmother The hostesses presented Miss Nor-
Norman Mrs. G.W. Roberts man with a cup and saucer to her
Shower HonoreeMiss also attended. chosen china as a memento of the oc
casion. Corsages were given to Miss
The bride was presented an electric
Norman whose mar- mixer with stainless steel bowls Norman, Mrs. Norman and Mrs.
riage to Cindy Scott Roberts will be an by the hostesses. Ro''!rts. the hostesses f/fte Spirit/ for SUGG{! $$ .
Assisting in
, honored at caring
event of April 27, was a
for their guests were Mrs. Becky
miscellaneous shower on Monday,
Miss Cindy Norman Giddens, Mrs. Johnny Hobbs and
April 1, given by Mrs. Fred Bennett
Mrs. Walter P. Luke Mrs. Lowell Honored at Coke PartyMiss Mrs. Fred Moore. Member FDIC Substantial interest and tax penalties for early withdrawal.
King, Mrs. Norman Dowdy Jr., 150 guests were invited to call bet-
Mrs. Eugene Norman, Mrs E.L. Cindy Norman, bride-elect of ween the hours of 10:00: and 11:30:

Norman, Mrs.Lamar Reddish, Mrs. Scott Roberts was honored at a a.m.
, Vernon Reddish, and Mrs. Henry G. Coke Party, Saturday April 6, at the
1 Williams at the Heilbron Baptist home of Mrs. Tom Casey Crosby JACNSONVILLF 9R
1 1 Church Fellowship Hall. Lake,given by Mrs. Lee Casey,Mrs. E
a The refreshment tables were Marion Payne and Mrs. Tom Casey.
covered with white tablecloths trim Guests were greeted at the door by
med with white lace. The cake was Mrs. Lee Casey and Tara Casey. O O i B I L L-
centered with a bride doll cake. Mrs. Marion Payne presented themto p ,
The gift table was covered with a the receiving line composed of
matching cloth and centered with a Miss Norman Mrs. Glenn Norman,
spring arrangement of pink and mother of the bride-elect and Mrs. R
white flowers with two antique George Roberts Jr., mother of the IN'
crystal candlebras holding pink prospective groom.
candles. The punch bowl table was The refreshment table was R 0I
covered with a pink and white covered with a white' embroideredcloth
crochet piece. Ferns and pink ,centered with an arrangementof S
flowers were arranged throughoutthe mixed silk flowers and yellow
room. candles in silver candle holders. r. C
34 guests attended I including Mrs. Miss Sherry Norman, sister of the S 4 d2q.
Glenn Norman and Mrs. George bride-elect and Miss Nancy Payne, .
Roberts Jr., mothers of the honored served the cokes. Arrangements of _
j I I couple; the bride's grandmothers silk spring flowers and potted plants . 4n Cst
: Mrs. J. Darby Gaskins and Mrs. were used in the party rooms.
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Upcoming Eve its. ,

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r Hall Reunion Cindy Norman, I 3-Piece Dinner I I. I 15-Piece Tailgater '

Scott Roberts 9Piece Bulls Special I
Sunday, April 14 Wedding April 27 I with one buttermilk biscuit I I with 6 buttermilk biscuit
with 4 buttermilk biscuits I
The Annual Hall Reunion will be This good for 3 pieces of the I Get 15 pieces of the Colonel's
The wedding of Cynthia Lynn Nor- I coupon I 1
held Sunday Community April Center.14, at the A man and C. Scott Roberts will be an Colonel's Original: Recipe, or Extra II Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's Original Original RecipeTM. or Extra CnspyIM I

Theressa basket lunch will be served at approximately event of Saturday April 27, at 7:30 I CrispyTM, cole slaw, mashed potatoes II I RecipeTM or Extra CrisPY, with large I and large mashed potatoes and
1:00 p.m. All family p.m. in the Heilbronn Baptist and gravy, and 1 Buttermilk Biscuit mashed potatoes and gravy large gravy one large salad and 6 Butter- I

and friends are invited. the Church church with Fellowship a reception Hall.following in I for only $2.59. Limit two dinners'with II I salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits for only I milk Biscuits for only $11.99. Limit

All friends and relatives are invited each coupon. Coupon good only for $8.95. Limit one coupon per one coupon per customer. Coupon I
W.T. Weeks, UDC to attend. I combination white/dark orders. I customer Coupon good only for com I good only for combination white/dark

Meeting April 15 Customer pays all applicable sales bination white/dark orders. Customer orders. Customer pays all applicable I

I tax. OFFER GOOD THROUGH APRIL 30, I pays allOOD applicable sales tax, OFFER I sales'tax. OFFER GOOD THROUGH
W.T. Weeks chapter ITDC, will Donna Samons, 1985. THROUGH APRIL 30, 1985. APRIL 30, 1 1985.
meet Monday, April 13, at 11:30a.m. David Tew I

at the Western lunclMHm-meetlng.Steer Steak House for To Wed April 13 I I WITH THIS' II I $f 99

a Dutch-treat The wedding of Donna Samons I COUPON WITH THIS $2.59 I COUPON $8.95 I COUPON I

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of St. Marks good only a! K.nlucky
Women and David Tew will be an event of Thin F.....Chkk.n..oa coupon '..i..IHilhn' *d) Chicken.UH *nerd'In.h'.d' J l-rltd Ch>ck.n nor..u.rdI"Hit*adj ,) I
Meeting April 17 Saturday April 13 at 3:00 p.m. in the L .I ...
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chapel at Camp Blanding, Kingsley -. __, -
The Women of St. Mark's Lake with a reception immediately 'u '. <<1' .. "!7 ", 11
Episcopal Church will\ meet Wednesday following.All '",, '. .' ,...,., ;.,; /111"11 .;. .. Jf\, 'I.I! ,1'' ',!!,. Nt" I'll" i 1,
in the Parish friends and relatives are cordially ..... ""0'"
House.,April 17.at 11 a.m. invited to attend. ,... .. __,__' '


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!6A tKI.KOHAPH: April II, 19H5

I) Items of Interest I .-

Lori Easter Dinner Egg Hunt
McKinney .
; Jane Hardoe to Celebrate >T.
Held at Wheeler's
Honored at ShowerMiss ,
90th Birthday. Sunday
I Lori McKinney, whose marriage Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Wheeler Sr.
The family of Mrs. Jane (Honey) to Brian Davis will be an event played host to a score of family
Hardee are inviting their friends and of April 12, was honored at a bridal members Easter Sunday as their annual -
relatives to a reception in honor of shower Thursday evening, April '4, Easter dinner and egg hunt was ,
Mrs. Hardee's 90th birthday on Sunday given by Mrs. Neil Crawford, Mrs. held at their home on Hammond
afternoon April 14. from 2 to 4p.m. Road in Starke.
James Lewis. Mrs. Bill Nix, Mrs. sn ,
at the Lakeside Community. Frank Mitchell Mrs. Ben Moxley, rowsing game of softball was "u, r k'
,Center in Lake Butler. Mrs. Charles Norman! Mrs. J.T. played following dinner and the
The family request no gifts please Prevatt Mrs.Joe Sapp,Mrs.Lamar traditional egg hunt, followed by
your attendance and best wishesare Williams and Mrs. Joseph Gissy at more food and games of pool and
all that Is needed complete the the home of the latter on Debra football.
celebration, street, Green Acres.Arrangements Attending the days activities were
Mrs. Hardee is the mother of of amaryllis Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Schmidt and ,
Grace Bigham and the late Louise highlighted points of interest in the family of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs Bill 1a u I .atC r _
Wood of Brooker. Miller and family and Mr. and Mrs.
and '
foyer family room. 4 7.
k'" ,r ut ..
Richard Milner of Gainesville Mrs.
After the honoree opened her gifts ;
Janie Sherman and Michael Mu m: .: Mh., b
son, of
they were displayed on tables on the ee a MN, W
Kelly E. Slade. porch. The hostesses gave her the Atlantic Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Alan R. Norton serving platter to her chosen china Marlie Griffis of Melrose; Birdie
Allen of Gainesville '"
ware as a memento of the occasion. ; O Wheelerand
Plan April 20 Wedding Invited to call between the hoursof Terri Roberts of Raiford; Lil
7:30: and 9:30 p.m. were 140 Griffis and granddaughter Cherissa a s z
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Slade, Sr; guests. Griffis and Buddy Hughes; Brett e A __
of Hampton announce the engagement Smith, Missy Allen, Mr. and Mrs. k e
and approaching marriage of Fred Wheeler, Jr. and family Mr. I
their daughter Kelly Elaine,to Alan and Mrs. Jesse Wheeler and family _
Robert Norton son of Mrs. Sally E. Kay Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wheeler and c\ c'j
Thompson of Starke and Bradley A. Thomas LloydEngagement family Mr. and Mrs. Randy Y
Norton of Keystone.The Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
wedding will take place Satur- Told Wheeler and Donald Wheeler all of
day evening.April 20,at 5:30 p.m. at Starke. i ;
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Janet A. Turner of Starke and H : A
Slade, Sr. No invitations are being Robert V. Turner of West Palm i
sent.' All friends and relatives are Beach announce the engagementand Lynn Pierce its
invited. approaching marriage of their
daughter Janet Kay to Thomas Mit- Shower HonoreeMiss
chell Lloyd of Jacksonville, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Lloyd of Ocala. Lynn Pierce,bride-elect,was
ADK. ALPHA GAMMA Miss Turner is a graduate of Bradford honored at a bridal shower Monday't'venlng
Holds Meeting High School and also from the April 1 given by Mrs. Har-
University of North Florida with a riet Duncan Mrs. Teila Mercer,
Alpha Delta Kappa of the Alpha degree in Business Management.She Mrs. Jewel Casey Mrs. Brenda ',
Gamma Chapter met in the is currently employed with Cityof Starling and Mrs. Esther Hall at the : r' rr ) w
Episcopal Parish Hall on April 1. Jacksonville, Finance division. home of the latter.
The President ,Janet Gunning introduced Mr. Lloyd is Distribution Manager The hostesses presented the :.,." w 1- "" .-
the new pledges: Sheila from Clow Water Systems in honoree with the gravy boat to her
McClellan, Teresa Patterson, Lynn Jacksonville.A chosen china pattern as a mementoof q wT&
Melvin Kathy Hobbs and Kathy June wedding is planned in the occasion.
Register who were initiated into the Jacksonville. Approximately 50 guests attended rir61
chapter.A between the hours of 7 and 9 p.m. Steps to the Cross.. '
regular business meeting followed a
BHS Class of 35 +
the pledging ceremony. Membe4 of the First United fi
Hostesses for the social hour were 50th Reunion May'4 Tammy Cohens, Methodist Church took turns on the c >! s/ t
Ernestine Denmark Elaine Griffis, Cross in the portrayal of the crux-
Bill Sinclair and Marilyn Vallenga. The 1935 class of Bradford High Kevin ReddishTo ification of Jesus Christ on Good i
The Easter theme was carried out in School will have their 50th reunionon Wed April 20 Friday, April 5.
refreshments and decorations. May 4, at the Starke Golf and During the one hour presentation p G 4p
Country Club. of the four stations of the Cross six '' a
Mrs. Hanson H. Cohens has issuedan
Pleasant Grove Anyone that graduated during the invitation to share in the young men took turns on the Q I / ,
thirties from Bradford High is in ceremony uniting her daughter crosses and many young people ,
Revival vited. The cost per person is$12.00. Tammy Deloise Cohens, to Kevin were in the crowd of onlookers at ,. ,
If you and spouse/friend would care Leroy Reddish, grandson of Mrs. the Crucifixion and in the Open }fr "r'
REVIVAL April 8 thru Sat. April to attend, please contact Dorothy Ellen Holmes of Starke on Saturday, Tomb and Closed Tomb scenes. r .... '
13, at Pleasant Hope (C.M.) Church, Sale P.O. Box 454, Starke, no later April 20 at 5 p.m. at Great Allen Thirteen men depicted the Last ..
301 N. Across from S & W Muffler than April 19th. Chapel Church in Reno. Supper completing the very ? sl
Shop. Social Hour-8:00: .m. to 8:00: p.m. All friends and relatives are in- realistic presentation for the r r
Services nightly, 7:30: p.m. Dinner at 8:00: p.m.AtaNOUNCI. vited to attend public 1
speaker evangelist w.J. Thornton. It took 85 people, many behind.. 4 '.. r
EVERYONE WELCOME.Rev. the scenes, and several weeks 1, "
J. Harris Pastor preparation to pull off the ,p 9' '

Did You Know dramatization. t.t' ,
It, was a larger display than the t5.' '
previous year, when only the "'''' i '
Did You KnowMr. G Mr. and Mrs Bill Meng and Crucifixion was portrayed, Hun- I t
dreds walked drove the e
or by scene
Children of St. Petersburg the 1
night from 7:30: to 8:30 p.m. ff.. rr r;,
weekend with..their parents, E.L. ldaYI : ( ,'f' ," .
and Mrs.:)erbert Johnson and )Matth.ws' in Starke and,Mr.,,.and \ .' i,1 "
rEllentuctlleltlckd ?\ I .' ." '1* .. : 1 'Ii' 11II.:. .7. .'
sons of Tallahassee;'Robin'Chism > f, > stdA: "r.Mrs7i'Mal.Mdng bt, Hampton'Lake.- 'Itid..oJ/Io, / i! I f'V3 'lap/fdle' :., and Andy Ayo of Tampa were 'and families.
weekend guests of their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ricks of
and Mrs. R.R. Chism. Mr. and Mrs. Starke announce the birth of a Mrs.Janet Turner visited her son- ,
Randall Chism, II of Starke joined daughter Ellen Lucille, born March in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
the family on Sunday. 27 in Shands Hospital. She joins a Paul DiVito invW. Palm Beach II
sister, Janet Louise, age 3. Saturday to Wednesday of last week. .
and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Mr. : :
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Teal and and Mrs. Allen Burdick of Lowell, April 2 Duplicate %Bridge Club The SWINTEC 8000 remembers. / "
daughter, Kim attended the Rotary Mass. and great grandmother is results were: first Yvonne ,
District Conference in Ocala last Mrs. Madelaine Latch of Lowell, Riechmann and Ailene Brew;
Thursday to Saturday.Mrs. Mass. Paternal grandparents are second-third Rhea Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ricks of Starke Lora Francis and Lillian Daniel and BUY ONE FOR $799
Donald DeWitt, daughter and great grandmother is Mrs. Myrtle Marjorie Wetzel; fourth Ida Shaw
Alescia Odom and eon, Kerry Barnes of Starke. and Evelyn Griffin.
DeWitt of New Port Richey spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gerald Michael Griffis, III Deborah Lynn Parmenter of AND RECEIVE OVER $200 "
Brown. Alescia and Kerry remained Hampton has been listed among the
with their grandparents for the Mr. and Mrs. Michael Griffis of Outstanding Young Women of
week. Keystone Heights announce the America for 1984. WORTH OF SUPPLIES-
birth of a son, Gerald Michael, born
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carter of $t. April 4 in Humana Hospital Orange Mr and Mrs. John Ambrosecchia ,
Brad and son Tony of St. Louis Mo. were
Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs. Park.
Carter of Arcadia and families spent Maternal grandparents are Mr. overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs.
the weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. John Wright Jr. of Green Tom Casey Friday. Mrs. Marie FREE ;f' .
Allbright and Mrs. Sarah of
and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Jr. and Mr. Cove Springs; great grandparents, Lakeland Casey '
and Mrs. Carter, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. C.B.Doolittle of Green were dinner guests. ,
Cove Springs and Mrs.Agnes Wrightof
Easter dinner of Mr. and
Springfield, Ohio. Paternal Mrs. Tom Casey guests were: Mrs. W.F. The SWINTEC 8000 electronic typewriter can improve 0
members and friends of grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Bradford Forty-six Baptist Church of Starke Gerald Griffis of Raiford and great Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore, ',i your memory in seconds increase office ;
enjoyed an afternoon's outing at the grandmother is Mrs. Earl Dobbs of Trisha Lawtey; Mr. and and Mrs.Richard Wesley of efficiency and productivity. and costs peanuts r'

and home Gwen of church LaFollette members of CrawfordRd. Larry Raiford. Thomas, Live Oak; Mrs. S.D. An- when you compare features, functionsand
drews,Mr. Andrews Mr.and
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riders delighted a Wildwood; Miss Debbie Andrews of what we mean:
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by a
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veteran riders participated in a trail Mr. and Mrs. Vanis Rosier and Moore of Mandarin Mrs. Rene
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.. Hampton Hilites -- ,-,---, .. Randy T. LukeCompletes Airman Williamson
Basic Training Sheppard AFB Grad '
' .., by f) lore8'ng: visited Mr -and Mrs Cecil workers all did their
'" a | Mattheus best on Thurs produced the eggs, and to Army National Guard Pvt. Randy Airman Charles K. Williamson
46HI9I5Congratulations. on Tuesday. day, April 4, in making the Easter McDonald's for donating the cold T Luke,son of Willie T. and Gale C. son of Mr and Mrs. Charles G.
... Mrs. Ruby Miller has gone to her egg hunt enjoyable. All students participated drinks served to all. Luke of Rural Route 1, Starke, Fla., 'Williamson of Hampton, had
home in Greer, S,C. following an extended in some way. Gratitude also to Mrs. Ruth has completed basic training at Fort graduated from the U.S. Air Force
Thomas Edward Scoggins visit with her sister and The 4th 7th grades helped Paladino,Mrs. Betty Stone and Mrs. Jackson, S.C. dental laboratory specialist courseat
Randy and Sallye Scoggins of brother-in-law, Bud and Louise Mat stunts for the hunt, enjoyed by Ruth Meng who helped in prepara receiver the training, students, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.
Hampton proudly announce the arrival thews. from the kindergarten tion of eggs and clean afterwards. instruction in drill and
of their son, Thomas Edward. Hampton Elem. through 3rd grade. Fourth and fifth Thanks to Mrs. Shellia Padgett, ceremonies, weapons, map reading, Williamson is scheduled to serve
lie was ril 3 at Alachua graders helped their teachers to dye Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth and Mrs. tactics, military courtesy, military with the Air Force Medical Center
General Gainesville. He School News the eggs. Sixth and seventh gradersand Kathryn Brooke who helped with the justice, first aid, and Army history Keesler Air Force Base Miss.
weighed 9 Ibs. 2 oz and measured their teachers hid the and and traditions. ,
21 Spring Break... eggs hunt and the cleanup. His wife, Lori, is the daughter of
inches. Teachers and students will have served refreshments later Fqr furnishing the delicious cup He is a 1982 graduate of Bradford Curtis E. Muse of 419 Center St.,
Paternal grandparents are next week free from studies for Spr Kindergartners through 3rd grades cakes, among those deserving High School. Starke. '
Clarence and Helen Scoggins of ing Break., school found the eggs and enjoyed the thanks
Starke. no from April are Mrs. Linda Hodges, Mrs. The airman is a 1981 graduate of
Paternal great grandmother 1519. refreshments. Glenda Lee, Mrs. Vicki Crews, Mrs. Bradford High School.
is Elva Dowling of Dunnellon. Pre-Kaster party... Special thanks for a successful Patti McGregor, Mrs.Tony Fuquay,
Maternal grandparents are Paul Teachers, aides and cafeteria hunt go to the PTA for purchasing Mrs. Debbie Broome, Mrs. Edith
and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. the eggs from Bernardo,Baez who Smith and Mrs. Elaine Kennan.

Hospitalized... "m. '

George Werre is a patient at
' Humana Hospital in Orange Park r .
where he underwent back surgery.
Rudy DeWaters is hospitalized at
Alachua General Hospital in Room
517. :II .
Debbie Broome is a patient in
Room 551, Alachua General
Hospital.We .
wish all of them a speedy
recovery. dIIII<


Mrs. Frank Brown and son,
Steven, of Winter Haven, visited / Sale prices good thru Saturday. April 13th.
Mrs. Belle Brown last week. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Come to Eckerd and pick up our "National Baby

Among those having Easter din See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you. Month sale circular for savings on baby products.
ner with Mrs. Belle Brown were Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Weest of Miami,
Frank Brown of Winter Haven, Mr. L1.. ,
and Mrs. Topsy Brown and --",- ::]I I U.

daughter Mr. and, Robyn Mrs. ,Gordon of Hampton.Weest accompanied 1a ,I '\!I tt r.?...... .-JI"'f., di ,..

Mrs. Belle Brown to the SYLffOf' :''!lACNS.S1RE: ........ ,. .. --r/dr---. ... J.1Ct1Xi
Whispering Pines Care Center in R ... I
Starke on Saturday where they '
visited Mr. and Mrs. Small Griffith. \: ......- -
Among those visiting Mrs. Viola <
Lefebvre and the Henry Spell familyover ,;"'.:. .StQ\: "'" :; ':' ,_ 1I !! = : : J .
Easter weekend were Paul (CI
Lefebvre and friends from S' .rll4J-4. I
Thomasville, Ga., Cherry Point, .:r.i- A'QL: g-? :: I '''/1'-- ; '
N.C., Tampa, St. Pete, Keystone .r r:J ... II
Heights, Interlachen, and close to ;
home. : Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng had a -IL"t'... .......
family reunion Easter dinner. The .2a
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grandchildren enjoyed an Easter :t bllC 'JI""II1 d I -.:i mill '
hunt and rides.
egg pony I
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Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mattheus and c :. 13(107.. 500..e : : ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Langford and :-'
Timmy spent Easter Sunday with 1 .
Ralph and Betty Jo Langford and CLJ1LD PAIN 1.00 =:' ,.'yES ALOS DIAL I .
other family members in Fernan- 1.69 RELIEF 50 CAPS Jim= or JOJOBA SHAMPOO 4/97 C BATH 1 49EVERIADY 1 gPEPSIDlnPEPSI
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I ; BHS Lady Tornados Split a Pair: of Games in Softball Action .


Splitting their last two games, the Jumping to an early lead, the Tor- fourth inning." on base with the top of the line-up It was a bad day for BHS when the Coming up...
Lady Tornado Softball team lost to nados knocked in fiv runs in the Coming back In the fifth inning, coming up to the p late. However, Middleburg Broncos came to town to the schedule is S fia
Mlddleburg 1-7 here at home and first inning, two in the second and Patty Smith hit a homerun with one ,Lake Butler held the Tornadoes play softball: they left with a 7-1 win Next on afternoon at Sant*- .ai'e and
beat Union County 11-10 there in were still ahead at the end of the on base to bring the score to 910. scoreless,forcing one more inning.In over the Lady Tornados. Thursday Friday at 7 p.m..at Ed-
Lake Butler. third 73.With The inning' ended with no more the top of the ninth, Cindy "We didn't play that bad defensively Keystone, In Starke. -
.: The Tornados are now 6-7 overall a good lead Slater said he scores on either side. Parade advanced to second when ," said Slater. "They made wards Road is the big stick for
: and 6-1 in district play. decided to make some personnel Smith was back at the plate In the Stacy Reddish singled to drive in the some big hits, but we just couldn't Cindy Tornadoes Taylor with a season
: "The wont we could do Is tie for changes to let some of his bench get seventh and hit another home run to winning run. It was three up and score." the of She went 6$duringthe
first in the district,"said a confident to play. tie the score 1010. This turn of three down for Lake Butler to put the Base running was died by Slateras average .590. Kay Allen is
/:loach John Slater. them/' said Slater. "Next thing we ings. said it cost them several outs at close
811" iI VCIIS 10... know they: noorinj seven. runs in the The eighth inning saw BHS put two : 7. BUS 1... home and one on third. Reddish at .554.

I., National High. School Rodeo Association Brings a Big Snow -

The rodeo came to town, courtesyof School Rodeo Association -;said; for Florida this year,with nine completed Showplace in Gainesville and April petition slated for Rapid City champs, the first time a team'East
the National High School Rodeo Florida secretary Maria BentonThirteen so far. The next competitionsare 27-28 in High Springs. State finals July21-29. of the Mississippi had won,said Ben- __

.. Association and the Bradford Roping rodeos were scheduled April 13-14at_ Southern.. ere July oH with the.national.. com :Team_ Florida was. the 1984 ton.UfFI >
Club March 30 and 31. .

In the high school division, five ........ --1---- ,,.. -1. .. .
events were held for boys,four for I! J j
girls and team roping was open to o
both boys and girls. The gentlemenhad 0D0 .
their choice of bareback riding, :: ,
saddle broncs, bull riding, calf roping G C .r ::: _Jd !yJPIJvU1tr
and steer wrestling. For the et "' --
young ladies it was break away rop -:7b 9lylay/. O; ,.\iJiJ ::::J 0Ii.

,"l ing pole, bending.It goat tying. barrel racing and .,-.-.J- cuUPON COUPON

was a full house the arena just COUPON .
north of the fairgrounds Saturday
night when most of the events were /7
held. According to the announcer,it
was one of the biggest crowds they '
had had so far anywhere in the state Your Worth
this year..
A first-place buckle was given by
the Bradford Roping Club in each I
event and prizes were awarded
down to sixth place. '

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Dividend Dividend ) Dividend Dividend
The first event for the gentlemenwas ) ) i

bareback riding, where you s_ Specia1 Special Special
hang on as best you can. Finishing
,r. first was Blake Wright of Lake City,
with 59 points for his ride. Dwayne HI-DRI CHICKEN
Goodson was second while Dub Hill THE SEATUNA FMUELLERS, GATORADE
and Paul Grimaldi tied for third.
Saddle broncs were next, and In- PAPER SPAGHETTI THIRST '
volves the rider having a saddle and z
halter,and then trying to hold on lorE TOWELS' REGULAR OR THIN QUENCHER tJ D
eight seconds. The only qualifer was IN WATER OR OIL 1SOZ PKG. 32-oZ JAR
,$ Rusty Buchanan with an eight second ONE ROLL a&OZCAN r ?
Bull riding was next with Dwayne
Goodson first, Glenn Mercer second
}: and Gene Lollis third. fclG:
In calf roping, it was Speedy .
f Williams in 9.837, Ladd Bass at I
;. 12.399 and Brian Pendray at 13.587. I I'
The final event for the boys was IITHrJ '
1 steer wrestling with a good perfor-
mance by winner Ladd Bass in 4830.
Second was Ivan Nelson at 6.813 and
I Donnie Crawford in 7.116.

Girl's Division
i. In girl's break away roping, the
.. contestant ropes a calf and when the .
; animal hits the end of the rope, the .-
rope comes free of the saddle horn.
The winner is the one with the best
t First place finisher was..Ann APRIL 11 THRU WEDNESDAY W .. 'Beef!
Marie : APRIL 17, 1S6& QUANTITY e. Ol 'e'
West in 3.231 seconds. Second RIGHTS RESERVED. _
went to Tammy Whitelaw in 3.619
and third to Christine Malphurs in GROCERY & }
3.685. '
Goat tying was the next event and f MEAT
was won by Sabra O'Quinn in 9.445. ;' .1& .
Belinda Melson of Starke was second 1ptA, { ,
in 10.343( and Cathy Locke third s (.6. \' ...... J.. ', .
in 10.606. .1., \\ I '\ ,, >
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best time of the day at 17.026. Sabra -==::;:J
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Susan Hunt third in 17.216. SULQUIDDISSH
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Two StrokesTornado TEA MIX HAM SLICES. Laf .08 BRISKET. . Ls1.78 BACON . 1.58

gOlferst now 2-5, lost 16 CALIF. ROAST'ml .78 OBEEFLB1.88
strokes in CAN 400Z WEaYERSASSTrx
Baker High last Thursday SLBStOVER BREAKFAST LINK
j April 4.
Todd Gillenwaters was low RECIPE GROUND' CHUCKu,1.78 SAUSAGES 351.58 CHICKEN 12-0Z2.58
medalist for BHS with a 37."...a real DOG FOOD 311.00
good round of golf,"said Coach Mike .
Sexton. RITZ
Chris Douglas shot 46, Tom Watson FROZEN DAIRY/DELI
: 48, and Bo Bishop 49. NABISCO f. __
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April 1 to -
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The golfers have one more match, TOWNHOUSE 1I 1.39 TREE TOP AMERICANCHEESE 8FRANKS
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by: Michael Davie group to Mexico during should to the Epcot-Disney World Center on Members of next year .Student There will be a list of names of the Two$750 scholarships awarded -
; aMCharles Break. Anyone Interested April 18.Members. : Council are instructed to attend the students who have paid the Prom in Florida. By ITT Rayonler
Hamilton see Mrs.Mathis In room, 1504. wanting to go must have Student Council workshop every Dues. Any Junior whose name Is not Foundation Timber Company County -
brought a note of consent from their Wednesday at 3:13: In Mr. Harris's on the list will not be allowed to at- Scholarship Program.
SFCC Scholarships... ACT Test Offered... parents to the meeting,on Tuesday, room to discuss goals and how to tend. Pay$lUn Mrs. Wanda Smithat All seniors Interested In applyingcan
April 9.Friday. achelve them. the Yw4'evh Center. get an application form from
Santa Fe Community College Is offering Santa Fe Community College offered Mrs. AUeta in the Guidance Office.
many scholarships to the ACT College Entrance exam ,April 5,was Good Friday Va Semester Classes End... Rayonler Scholarships... "'me deadline for application is
students who are in the top 10X of Monday,April 8. All Bradford county Schools were ,Wednesday,April to.
the class. Anyone planning attending Santa closed. All Mi-semester (43 days) classes
Students who are interested Fe needs to take the test. It is offered ended on March 27.
should pick up an application form at the Gainesville campus Exchange Student Here... The new 45 day classes began on Girls Tennis Team Wins"They
from Mrs.Aljets or Mrs.Yawn. The every day. It Is necessary to applyto Wed., March 28, and will continue
deadline for applying was April 8. Santa Fe before taking the test. The German Exchange Students until the end of the school year. '-
There Is a$20 application fee. have arrived.. A trip to Disney World It was a humbled Oak Hall girl's played well a good tune-up
Trip to Mexico... has been planned for them and their Prom Dues... team Tuesday, April 9 after the for district," said Coach Jerry
French Club Trip... hosts on Saturday April 13.EC Lady Tornados got through takingall McGriff. "It was Maria's(Thomas)
Mrs. Mathis, Spanish teacher at Juniors need to pay Prom Dues by of the singles matches and one of best match. Kim(Sapp)was behind
Bradford High,is planning to take a, The French Club is planning a trip Workshops.?: April 12. th.doubles matchen. 4-7 and won five straight to win it."
Number one seed Maria Thomas
-- dominated her match with Melanie
Schott,downing the visitor 81.
With ., Donna Parado, even slowed by a
sore back,dropped Cindy Kendricks
,.IJ.7 .. 8-4 for the win.
Coming back from a 4-7 deficit
". : Kim Sapp took the win from Dee
Agee 9-7 in the end
Sherry Ross continued the streak
by winning over Evyn Alexander 84
while Joy Vellenga won by forfiet.
In doubles action, Maria Thomas
and Kim Sapp took an easy win from
O Melanie Schott and Cindy Kendricks
82. The only loss of the day came
when Dee Agee and Evyn Alexanderwon
over Donna Parado and Sherry
Ross 82.
Next action for the Lady TornadosIs
the district tournament which
begins Wednesday,April 17 at Santa
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I' ONE DOZEN 10OZ FROZEN 1 LB PKG. gentlemen tennis team came so

r close, but didn't bring home a team
win, Tuesday, April 9 at their home
courts against Oak Hall Academy of
4Z ; Gainesville.The .
r Tornado netters dropped to 2-9
r..ai.. for the season and 0-5 in district
good, tough match," said
L Coach Jerry McGriff. "We justdidn't
play well enough."
BILIe Jason Brown was cited for his
strong 8-5 win over Seneou Reddy
BOnnet and Jimmy Wilson was commendedfor ,
his handling of Alex King 8$by
McGr ff.Robert.
4t ,9w' I -J Taylor took an easy win
pl Brent Quick,82.
.M 'WM.AP" 1r 1 w 1''r kh+ ,' ,f rJ"1.1- -.M -t yw+-"E pe tMA 1 11b w W "! ,. Nay ?3i v y pwd Jody Brown lost 2-8 to Drian Duva
and Paul Bawek was beaten by Jon

Shop Pantiy Pride for duality & SavingstY team Bland In doubles 3-8 of Jason action and, the Jody number Brown one

didn't do so good against Oak Hall's
PRODUCECALIFORNIA Seneou Reddy and Brian Duva, los-
ing 8-5. The number two team of
1 M + ( G S d1V Jimmy Wilson and Rick Kimutis
didn't do well either, losing to Alex
II 'i \ PANTRY PRIDE King and Jon Bland 83.
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.w_ district tournament which starts
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11 I Obituaries : ,; .. .' .

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Wray Cason. Keystone Heights; his ficiating. Burial was In Ft. Call Bertha Adkins of Oklawaha; two ;
Monica Marie Pellot father Ira Lee Chelette, of Ken- Cemetery under the direction of Ar- daughters, Mrs: Peggy Know es of ,
'; Monica Marie Pellot, infant tucky; two sisters Mrs. Renee C. cher Funeral Home. Family requestin Carol City Mrs. Ann Lake of Cox Appliance
1 daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Victor Ed- Patterson of Keystone Heights, and lieu of flowers,donations be madeto Okeechobee; two sons, Thomas
:,' ward Pellot, died April 4 in Naples, Margaret M. Chelette, Gainesville; the Ft. White Church of God. Adkins of Fort Lauderdale, James,
: Italy. Mrs.Pellot is. the former San- one brother,Clarence E.Chelette,of Adkins of Tennessee; two sisters, w &
: dra Jordan of Lawtey. Keystone. He was the grandson of Sidney V.TUeston Mrs.June Ellis of Georgetown,S.C., ,
i\ Survivors are the maternal grand Marvin Wray,of Starke. Mrs.Grace Beal of Starke; 10 grandchildren '
; parents,Mr.and Mrs.M.M. (Butch) Funeral services were held at 11 Sidney Vance Tileston April 20 of and six great-grand
Jordan of Lawtey; paternal grandparents a.m.Tuesday,April>,in Friendship Gainesville Fie died Tuesday life 2 at children. Air Conditioning
his home. was a long residentof
and Mrs. Victor Pellot,
:. Mr. Bible Church, of Keystone Heights, and member of .
Gainesville was a
San Jan, Puerto Rico; and her with Rev. Joe Arthur conducting.
.: maternal great-grandmother, Mrs.. Burial was in Keystone Heights the Highlands Presbyterian with Mikes Church.He Land-. Card of Thanks Service
Daisy Thompson, Lawtey. Cemetery under direction of Jones was.employed .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home is in scaping.Survivors
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. .1
: charge of arrangements, which are include: His father We desire to express to our kind f"
Service.and Repair on:
incomplete at this timer John S. Tileston of Gainesville; four neighbors and thoughtful friends out II. '
i brothers, Stan TUeston of Alachua heartfelt thanks for their many expressions ,f All Malor Appliances
Charlie C. Dees Darby, Mark, and Todd Tileston all of sympathy. The beautiful i I '
Bertie Lou CooperMrs. Charlie Cox Dees, 59, of Lake of Gainesville; one nephew. floral offerings were especially appreciated \ i Air Conditioning
Butler died Saturday afternoon, Funeral services were held Fri Refrigeration Electrical
of Route 4
Lou ,
Starke died Cooper April 6,in the Veterans Administration day, April 5, at 2 pm. in the We also want to thank everyone 'I'I
Jacksonville.She Hospital in Lake City followinga Highlands Presbyterian Church from aU the churches who brought
Hospital, brief illness. A life long resident of with Rev. William E. Shea of food. JOE COX, OWNER
reared in
was born and Georgia i'
Mr. Dees was a ficiating. Burial was in Dekle The .
Union County, Wynn Family.The
: and is the widow of the late William
retired tax consultant and was a Cemetery in Lake Butler, under the -
t E. Cooper. direction of Archer Funeral Home of -
of Providence Village Baptist
f member
I Surviving are four sons, Alvin Lake Butler. FamUy of Mrs. Leila Gibbs
; (Thomas) Cooper,Starke; and Ray Church. Toplin wishes to thank everyone for
Douglas, and Edward Cooper, all 01 Survivors Thomas include of Lavonla: two daughters Mich andSandra their kind expression of sympathy 964-7462 1 1Rt. ]
Jacksonville, sisters Clara Diane their loss
three Adkins of Lapeer; Mi-h.; Clarence E.Adkins during recent of their! lov- ,
Elrow Marietta, Ga. Dora ed one.
: : Joy B.W. Dees of Providence Adkins of
New Port Richey and Ethel Hess, two brothers, Clarence E. 78,
; and J.L. Dees of Dunnellon; Oklawaha, died Sunday in Ocala
Jacksonville; one brother, Marvin three sisters Marjorie Alligood of Heathcare Center.He Appreciation for courteous serviceDr.
Barnes New Port Richey; sevengrandchildren Alachua, Willa Mae Johnson of was born in New River and liv- Surntinoranont, M.D., and staff. 2, Box 2116
", and three great- Alachua, and Lucille Buhl of Ocala; ed most of his adult lifetime in To nurses and all of Bradford County
grand children. five grandchildren.Funeral Marion County. Staff (Hospital (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd)
Funeral services will be held at 1
he whose goodness light the
services were held Monday retired barber "May "
Mr. Adkins was a
p.m. Friday, April 5, at the Archie AprilS 8, at 2:30 p.m.in the Providence and citrus harvesting supervisorand world,light your way with blessings." Starke, Florida ,32091
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev.
i Baptist Church with First Thank you from the bottom of our
j Gene Bass officiating. Burial will be Village attended the Baptist
Rev. Fred McCray, Rev. Ennis Church of Oklawaha. heart. m
in Jacksonville Garden of
Orange Park. Memory Harper and Rev. Eddie Blalock of- Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. R.J. Blaine.

Villette Hughes Vogh
Mrs. Villette Hughes Voh, age 87, I ," [ '", '
of Regency House,Jacksonville,Fl., 1p
died Thursday evening, April 4, in I JI _______ .. "
f the Baptist Medical Center, follow- I I"I
L -
ing a short illness. Born in Boiling 'I ,

Springs, S.C., on May 30, 1897, Mrs. _-I : !
Ii I Vogh moved to Jacksonville five '
i from Santa Fe Lake
years ago ,
Melrose, Fl., Mrs. Vogh was a CRAZY FOR 1-

Dean retired of Girls History at Miami Teacher Edison and High the April 1st thru 14th

r School. She was a member of the
t Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion; Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority;
and Faith Presbyterian' Church in f BARGAINS !
,,': Melrose.
r ; Mrs.Vogh is survived by two sons, \
Richard P. Vogh, Jr. of Gainesville ,
) and James W. Vogh of Baftlesville, \\I\\lr BUYONE
O.K.; six grandchildren; and eight : \
I great grandchildren.
t Funeral services were held at 2:30
r Monday, April 8, in the ONE
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Dr. FR _
I James R. Neale, Jr. conducting the E
services. Interment was in .
: Melrose/Ellam Cemetery under the Ib BOND
: direction of Jones Funeral Home, r; PAPER
; Hwy 100 & Cypress St., Keystone .
J Heights,Fl.Elizabeth. '.- ', .,, p201.bs .. ,......: ......(.
ri t -'dl1uodryuo,1t" ffrI n
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McReynolds Gunninj J f nCr
Elizabeth McReynolds dunning, aPermate
: age 84, of Claremont, California, .
:, died Tuesday,April 2,in the Western icteBrosSir -
Assemblies Home,Claremont,Calif. : :
following a long illness. Born in
Scotland on July 4, 1900,Mrs.Gunning -
i moved to Claremont in 1981, J
from Keystone Heights. Mrs.Gunn- GEfak (Dozen)
ing was a retired professional Cook
and food service manager from New FREE
York. She was a member of the i\\
: Brethern Assemblies at Park of the

Palms Survivors include: one daughter, BUy ONE DOZ Add rape :

I. Mrs. Estelle Morganegg of Seaford, -
", NY; one son-in-law, Loy Olesen of V

; Zion 14 great, II;grandchildren.eight grandchildredn, and il Case of 1oGaE.T tg FREE

Funeral services were held at 4 ,j
p.m., on Friday, April 5, at the i Ii
s Graveside, in Keystone Heights
f I Cemetery, with Mr. Ernest Be crazy like a fox and be at
: Woodhouse conducting the services. I
Jones Funeral Home, Hwy 100 & our door,bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and ,!
I : St., Heights, Fl., "
Cypress Keystone '
,f : was in charge of arrangements. ready to pounce on these wild, lower-than- I'

,.., you've-ever-seen' Crazy Days bargains, I
Robert Eugene Dennis =' -_ starting April 1st.
Robert Eugene Dennis, 53, of .
,1. Hampton, died Thursday morning, i
: April 4, at Bradford Hospital after
: j an extended illness. A native of
., Reading Pa. he was retired from Canon or MitaCOPIERS Hon 4 Drawer
the Electric dose & Rubber Co. of Executive StyleBRIEFCASE
Wilmington, Dela. A resident of gates 640 StandardSTAPLES $3000 Off'FILE

Starke for the past ten years,he wasa
I U.S.Army veteran,and a memberof CABINETReg.
the Methodist faith. with Combination Lock $60 Any Copier
Survivors his wife Roxie Ann Month
are Reg.18.95 '
Dennis, Hampton; one son, Bobby; 55.00 RENTAL
his mother and stepfather, Eugene Sai Sal$1295 In Stock
'I 3995 We 16289
and Mary Weisenford, Palmetto; Supply Paper
one daughter, Tina Marie Dennis,
New Castle, Dela. two step-
; Victor 800
Swintec ElecironlcCOMPUTER
daughters, Joyce Ann Fritz, Smyr- 15 x 11'/2 Smith Corona) Sayno
i na, Dela.; and Carole Jane ElectronicCalculator 8 Dept. 72 Totals
,i Allabrand, Clayton Dela.; one ElectricCalculator TYPEWRITERMessenger
II sister Mary Hathaway, Palmetto; Cash Register
two brothers, Samuel Dennis, PAPER 350
Ocala; and George Dennis, Colum- Heavy Duty Office Machine All Bookkeeping Functions
n bia,S.C.; ten grandchildren,and one Reg. 615
greatgrandchild.Funeral 12.90 Tax program Reg. 599
services will be con- Sai salg'$12r15995s$ l OR7'9 Sale $569

ducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, AprilS, 9" Sale $499
'at Archie Tanner Funeral Home
with Rev. Robert Gillls officiating.
Burial will be in Santa Fe Cemetery. 1,000 SAO% .


Dennis Arthur Chelette ,
Dennis Arthur Chelette,23,a former RUBBERSTAMP OFFICE
resident of Keystone Heights, died BY THE DAY
Friday night April 5. In Nashville R eg. 28.95
I t Tenn.. a*' the result of gunstatt WEEK DR MONTH. SHDP
t wounds s rile trying to defend Sale 1895
r, himself OM tag a store robbery. ORDER z
Born in Jacksonville 10, 110 W. Call St.
I: 1"1, Mr. Chelette move to. o' Swintec Model! 400 ,! :
Nashville a year ago from Chattanooga 1 0 Off 964-5764
": Tenn., where he was ElectronicCalculator ;' : "
1, 61 the Rent-a-Center. He
manager ANY ; (, Starke. Fla.
was a member of Friendship Bible .. r
4 t t
: Church Missionary and Christian FURNITUREIN ;; I' '( ; ,'" .
: Anianc)in Keystone Heights. : {/ \ '"
a Survivors, are his wife, Brenda Reg. 109.00 r ," : \ +
: ,; Shaw Chelette, and .". ..,,: '"
j Faye one son, STOCK ,: .
Christopher Lloyd Chelette both of Sale I $9900 ,
\Yr' "
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Nashville; his mother Mrs. Shirley ,:. : :




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It was a third place finish for the LNe-1.m. (7)........ Wllllamivv", f, Chlefland for fifth at the Interlachen
BUS girt at .
invitational Track meet wt Thursday DiKHtiL.,**-J'L.(Lent sag lWs"li,54 n a''- Thursday, April. 'I
April, out of 11 girl's teams. Keystone Heights came in 11th at 1 he
Break1D8 meet records twice that the meet out of 16 teams.A q V Vb
nlpt WU Lori SaW, who dropped Outclassed but not giving-up, the highlight for the boys was the
the mile time from 5:41 to 5:30.70: gentlemen Tornadoes! tied withIt's sprint-medley relay team winning
t aDd the two-moe mark from 13:02 to 3:47.34: said Loper. The team of '
12:13.1". Hall, Bellamy,Jones and Hankersonwas 4 1 a6Wti
r v In the field events it was Lisha looking good that night.
Long 33 b"the shotput More bright spots were the mile- f
beavevof and second inththe relay taking third and the 440relaywith
discus, wlttva toes of 100'8", a fourth indicated Loper.
Citing Long and Sapp for their efforts Individual performances were Ed-
Coach George Loper also die Tennant taking fifth in the mile
recognized Pat Barber for her sixth and seventh in the two-mile, setting
In the 100-yard dash, Roberta personal bests both times. Hanker-
Williams seventh in the longjump as son's 880'leg of the sprintmedleyrelay
well as the girl's relay team!*. at 2:09 was also a bright spot
"All three girl's said Loper. .,- .7 ,,,y L
relay teams did: 7&r k J Qwr
extremely well," said Loper. "I'm Tennant hung with the pack and r'. ... .' .4. ,_w r..w {, 1 ": .x
particularly pleased with the tried to move into a better scoring
440-relay, the sprint-medley and the position on the last lap of the two
mile relay." mile. In a neck-and-neck sprint at
Totaling-up 53 points, the Lady the end of the race, Tennant could
Tornados were third to winner s not quite cut off the three men aheadof The heave is off...
Father Lopez with 76 and one-half him at the finish line. by throwing the shot 40,5 to take 8th place at the In-
and Interlachen with 68 and onef!f Next action for the Tornados will Lonnie Hamilton does his best,even with.a,bad knee terlachen Rams Invitational track meet.
half. Keystone was sixth with 34 1 : ,, Hwy be at the Bradford Invitational
points | Saturday, April 13 here in Starke.

Lopos74Mntorlachlant'/ *.',BHS JfS3. 1 rr v M Intorloch.n M, ......"0" County 55, Bradford Invitational Track Meet SetThe
Madl.." County 37, Noaa. M', Madison County 55,Clay HS 41, BHS and
K.yston.34 Chl.fland 24, (UKHS) U
Il4-Hurdl.- MAdamt KHS) 14 If, ("W. J 100-L.Wllllamt 10.41 18th running of the Bradford "The records for the meet are among North Marion, Santa Fe,Jefferson -
Hall (BHS).N." > Imiles)5.. Tannant 4.14.10, .. Abdulla Invitational Track meet Is set for SKUy fantastic,"said Coach George County and BHS. For his-

IllsP.1mlla(1)L.Barbar.Sapp Sill Sill))U$..M 31.is !:: -- 3,41.1140lnhly. (" HSWllllami, Nail, .llamy, Saturday April 13, at the BHS track Loper. boys,he believes they will fight it out
44-r..lav- lButl.r Davit Adams Wllllamt 'I. : Jones 44.11 with a start time of 10:30 a.m. for Girl's records A that have stood between North Marion, Santa Fe,
Sill) S3.M i : 440.2551)T.Jonn U.si.a. Lana st.M field events, 11 a.m. for running since the '70s oreta the 880-yard run Lake Weir and Jeffeson waste
44- aih- (4>Hornar Kill) 42.', p. Barbar notourdl.Imllto. 52 M preliminaries and finals to begin at at 2:25: set in '78and 1 in the long-jump, Because the BHS track in
Sill Sprlnt-m dl y r.lay CDBMJ Hall a.lI.my .
( ) 24.31.J.Saarcv (Sill1.11 '
33-mirdlm-(2)Adami Kill)II." Jones, Hankarson 1.47.24 1:30: p.m.So set 79 at 17'4 being finished, the asphalt has not
SIO-(j)K.Jackson Sill) 2,3S.l4 .. 220-L.Wllllamt 14.04, T. Davit 14.14 Boys records from then are the 100 had time to cure completely so according -
Sarlntm.dl.yralaylBHS- WJIIIami! 3mill(1)a. Tannant IOt3S.74 C. Thomas far there are nine t irl's teams in 9.7 from '79, the 880 in 1:58.5 from to Loper, the.runners will
Adams 22. (4)Hornar Davit,Tinny 3t.IKSarh.r.M' way out there... 12.42.12MII..r.l.y- (3)HSMill, Davit, tllamy, set to come and ten boy s teams on '70, the two-mile in 9:32.8: ffepm '72, not be able to wear spikes for this
Kill) (BHS)
2f.14 Jones 3,41.1Trlp1.Iunl the list to participate. With only one the discus at 188'10."from'74 and the years events. Events where this
1-mlla (1)Looot'S"a"lit 11.14 Llsha Long threw the discus 1008" | D. Panama MM I" participant allowed in each event long-jump at 22'3" from '74. may present some problems are according -
Mlla-r.lay- lBHSButlar, Davis, Adams for a personal best and second place ShotputtL.. Hamilton 40'S", A. TlmmontJ'H" per school, the action is expected to Loper indicated he expects his to him the hurdles, short
Jackson 4iM.1 at Interlachen. be of a high caliber. girl's team to finish in the top four, sprints,jumps and.short relays.

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Rec. Department NewsSoftball -

Time Again... ---

With the weather warming-up, its getting time to start swinging those
bats and scooping grounders again. The Starke Recreation Departmenthas
a full season on tap for the younger set. I

T-Ball for All... Home

T-Ball registration for youngsters 4-6 year olds begins March 3 and runs .
until May 17. Fee is $6 for the season to pay for the cap and T-shirt. EntertainmentBradford
To sign your child up, go by the Pratt Street Center from 3-5 p.m. or the (( '
Old Armory on 301 from 8:30 a.m. until 5:50 p.m.

Small Fry and Juniors... Square Shopping Center Concepts

Small Fry, ages 6-8. and Juniors,ages!9-12, are forming teams as well.
Registration: is $6 and covers the cost of the cap and Tshirt.To .
register your ball-player, go by either of the Rec Department'scenters
between the hours given. 964.6946
Age determination date Is June 10, 1985. A child's age at that time
determines what league he/she is placed in.

Dixie Youth Leagues are starting the season with their first games this E !
week. The Dixie Youth League Minors, for ages 8-to-11, will play Panasonic
Tuesdays and Thursdays while Dixie Youth Majors,for ages ll-to-12,will TDK 1-20-6 Hour

play Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The .Dixie Boys, forages .. ,', ..
13-to-14will' play throughout the weekrtit Brai>k ri Lawteyand. .Starke.-n! fir! rE'.r.
Video Recorder

Spring Tennis Tournament... Tapes
A single elimination men's and women's tennis tournament is scheduled -
for the Pratt Street and Bradford High School courts May 17,18,and 19.
Deadline for entry is Friday, May 10. 3$1797or VHS
Entry fee is$8 for doubles and$4 for singles. Balls will be provided by
the Rec Dept with brackets and schedules being finalized by Tuesday, :

May 14.Contact. .
the Rec Dept for further details. 5.99

$399 ---
A III each 000
Strawberry Stroll on Tap ... Q
The 2nd annual Strawberry Stroll is scheduled Saturday, April 13, the O G p
Starke Recreation Dept. has announced.A RECORDING WITH
& Tax
one-mile fun run will begin at 8:30: a.m and a five-mile run will beginat GOO ,
9:30 a.m. Both runs will begin at the intersection of East Call and REFUND '. -.'."

Walnut Runners streets can pre-register in downtown from Starke.8:30: a.m to 5:30: p.m. at the Rec Dept in m e COUPON Cash, plus you get 0

the old Armory across from Bradford High School. For more Information cjiJJJjJJ L-J

phone 9646792. 20 Free Movies Watch.
Entry fees are $5 In advance and $6 the day of the race for the fivemilerun to

and $1 for the one-mile fun run.
Sany 0 Portable

Softball tournaments...

A pre-season started Monday.men's church The championship league single game elimination is set for Thursday softball tournament ,April- --- Radio We have in stock'

11th. at Edward's Road field number two at 8:15:; p.m. Consolation
bracket final game is set for 7 p.m. on the same field.Women's .
preseason tournament is on for next week with the championship With Dual Panasonic Portable
game set for Thursday,April 18, at 7 p.m. Consolation bracket is set hr
for Tuesday, April 16 at 6:30: p.m. .

Vietnam Vet Runs for MIA's... assettePlayer. f VHS Video
American servicemen still unaccounted -
To call attention to the almost 2,500
Asia Master Sergeant Larry McNatt will
for in Southeast Army
from Tampa to Jacksonville April 28 through May 1. Re '134.99
run The 14-year special forces veteran,presently assigned to the ROTC program $9900, \ > ,,, Player
is making the effort onbehalf
at University of South Florida In Tampa,
of the National League of POW-MIA Families. This organization
for the missing servicemen in Southeast Asia.
is seeking Video
McNatt is scheduled to stay overnight at the KOA campground south of Top 20

Starke on Tuesday, April 30.

45RPMRecords Video V Camera

Plans" were made for a Covered o
St. Edward's News Dish Dinner to be held on Sunday,
April 28, at 5:00 p.m. in the parish 0 Power Pack
Donna Samons Honoredat hall when area Senior Citizens will Camera
Shower be honored as special guests.
On Tuesday night April 2, Miss Members were Informed of the St.
Donna Samons was honored with a Augustine Diocesan Council of 1.29 For Rent $1599
Bridal Shower given by members of Catholic Women Convention
St. Edward's Altar ,Society and scheduled for May 5 through 7 at the &Up
friends in the parish hall. Jacksonville Airport Holiday Inn.

future Mrs.groom Homer was Tew a,special mother guest.of the Easter Sunday BaptismOn Panasonic $2500 When you buy all threePortable

The honoree was presented with a Easter Sunday, Father Joseph
pink carnation Silk corsage. Finlay, was the Celebrant at
included .in the'gifts was a St. Edward's catholic Church when
monetary one with money placed in Mr. Raymond Trimble received the per day you get 300
fan shape in an attractive holder Sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation
decorated with white doilies, silk Holy Eucharist and Confirmation. Cassette '
flowers and rainbow design, constructed ;
by Ruth Meng. James' G. Tierney, Sr. and 19" Panasonic ColorTelevision i
The refreshment table was Maryanne Tierney of Toms River
end i n a a a a ooaaoooojI.
covered with a white linen N.J.parents of Mrs.Trimble,served
centered with a variegated silk as godparents. Mr. Trimble was $4995> tPtHL llh]
flower arrangement. The 'white' presented with the Baptismal Candle '
inscribed with Con- bearing his i 1
cakf was and Baptismal cloth
gralatlons and Best Wishes" and name with sacramental symbols w
was decorated with miniature which were used in the ceremony. CQSIO
flowers. Punch, nuts and mints Among those attending were Mr; H
were also served. Trimblers wife, Margaret, and their $399 ; Keyboard
for the event were .
Hostesses and five children, Raymond, Jeremy, ,
Muriel Gilhooly, Ruth Meng Melanie, Casey and Kelly. Among
Dolores Meng. other guests were Kenneth and Ann
Tierney and son, Ryan, of Toms with purchase you
Altar Society Plan River.
Senior Citizens Dinner Following the ceremony a reception
Muriel Gilhooly,president,presided '- was held in the parish hall for get; 50 free movies. $16995
at the meeting of St. night. family members and friends. -j
. Altar Society held Tuesday Special cake and punch were served. -
April, in the parish hall.) _



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Tornadoes Back on Track Baker County, Tigers; ; Fall

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t 111: Stopping their at four games, Brown struck out 6, walked S, and Then came the magic inning for St.Augusttnell BUS 4

r jfr Tornado oaseballers beat Union allowed 7 hits the Tornadoes. Jason Polk and The Tornadoes suffered their

:it High 6-1 In Starke Monday night It looked as if the Tornado nine David Hamilton had back to back fourth loss in a row at St.Au4Tstine

: April 8. for a district: win, and healBaker was beaded for a 5-garae losing singles, and Robbie McRae was admitted High last Thursday, April 4, aud lost

j I High 7-5 last Friday on a three streak when they gave up three when Baker's first baseman ,WIn identical fashion as the'other

1 r run homer by John David Francis. unearned runs in the lint inning. mishandled a ground ball, Polk scoring three 108 ell.

1 i 2-1 the past week, the Tornadoes But Baker pulled a page out of the on the play.
I improved their season mark to 128. Tornadoes' defensive play book Then with Hamilton on second and

{ Only loss last week was 11-4 to Class when, after two innings of play McRae on first, Francis hit adf 2-2 Six errors in each of four game losing -

3A St.Augustine. three Wildcat errors, along with hits pitch over the left-centerfleld fence streak killed the Tornadoes."We

"1 The two wins set the stage for a big by Gerald Brown and David for a 3-run homer and it gave the score runs} but when we play tough

i I game this Friday April 12 on Bradford Hamilton, gave the Tornadoes a 3-3 Tornadoes a 7-5 lead that would hold teams and know they are going to
; I Field with district rivalKeystone up the final two score 4 or 5 runs on their own and

r ; Heights, which pounded tie.Baker's Darryl Rodgers hit a two innings.R H a then we give them 4 or 5. It has been

t I the Tornado nine earlier in Keystone run homer to put the Wildcats up 5-3 .-.-Hord. 111111 1 751 too much for the bats," says Coach
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Heights in the bottom of the third. I .1..7. Hartley _

: I For the past two games the Tornado -- -

: nine did not let defensive u
I I I mistakes hurt them and the result

1 I was two wins, points out Coach Mike BUTCHER SHOP

: Hartley ,
t I These are big wins with the final
four games being played at home. Edwards Road 9645906FOR :

"It gives us a lift we really needed," ., "

; says Coach Hartley. I THE BEST inTH5TE8.UBIUE

: Last 4 Games...

i f With four games leftg down the ,.A !

home stretch the Tornadoes have ::.

I three home games set for next week. ,:'
Keystone High comes to town- p ,' '. 'at., 7a. ,

I tomorrow (Friday, April 12) for pf 7 ,* I t: Jt+ ....

:I p.m.Next game.Thursday, April 18; P.K. : BOXED MEAT SALE Coca

I Yonge comes to Starke jsr a 7 p.m. 99

: ; test. Cola . . . . each
Next Friday April/ft' class 3A

I : Middleburg comesj t8rke for a 7 Top BHS Ace Doug Samons Pepper; 645 Sweetheart
I 2/$100
p.m. game. steaiUoz. . . .B..120 Bread
Starling.In two successive passed balls. With . . . :

; BHS 6 Union High 1 the second BHS got a cheap run two outs,John David Francis got his Bread Pork Green Giant

; Doug )Samons threw a five hitter run when JasM-hJPouc walked, stole third hit, a single, to left to drin in 469 1

for aJw win over Union High thisMonday second, and scored byjdvancing McLeod with the 6th BHS run. Choppettes 4 B:. BOX of 20 Can Corn 120*. OR 400

I I night, April 8, in Starke. to third and home on two. consecutive UHS got its only run in the top of Rib Eye Z/3 i

i' BHS did not commit crucial errors wild pitches.A the seventh. 39 Green Beans ,, .

; and steadily built up a lead. three run fifth inning put the 111 at. *.H R Steaks( 4 oz. . . BOX of 12 53 I
game away. With one out, Francis .ralt..HI.II 1 i
t Not only did BHS make only two
Union Nigh 111 111 I t. 1
i I errors, but the Tornado nine made got a perfect bunt single and stole se T-Bone g9 Collards
cond. Tony Diggs fly ball was the se-
: some defensive, tough choice plays
.' it had not been making, points out cond out. Robert Starling then doubl- BUS 7 Baker SJohnDavidFranclshita SteaKS 8 oz. . . BOX of 6 ODelmon.co Mustards

I Coach HarUey.i ed into left center, driving in Fran- three-run 69

i Doug Samons, 7-4, turned in cis. Then Mike Chappell who had home run over the left-center..field Q39 Turnips . . . Bunch
another fine already tripled in the firSt, hit a fence to the Tornado nine
performance allowing power 7-3 Steaks
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Sliced To Order
hits about feet left
only one unearned run, 5 struck towering shot 375 to over Baker High in Macclenny on ,
out 3, and walked one. field that rolled the 410 left field Good Friday.It Strip Beef
The Tornadoes scored in the first fence for an inside-the-park home broke a four game losing streak : (leg

I I when John David Francis singled, run, putting final BHS up 5-0. for the Tornadoes. steaks . . . BOX ot e Liver . . . . B). 49 e. .
I stole second and thrid and scored on The run came when Todd Gerald Brown picked up the win I

''t'f a sacrifice fly by, catcher Robert McLeod ginglml and went to third on and improved his record? to 3-3.....

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NOTICEOF -given notice In accordance l.M.Gain. Commercial the proper. ((225)) off NW 52nd St..
of said NE Vi
II with Florida boundary tatlve, file with the
NoticesNOTICE the West five acres of '
Legal REGISTER Statutes that the Boardof Starke Bd. of Adl.1tchg HAWKINS described as Parcel 0669-00100. In of NE / ; thence N $ 7'W. Secretary of Agriculture,
Commissioners ./11 along said Westerly Washington D.C. 20250.
FICTITIOUS NAME County follows: Approximately Section 10 Township 6
boundary 340.64 feet to
and that Monday the of Bradford t.n ((10)) acres located or the Rural Electrification -
J on Pursuant to Section South Rang. 21 East fora the boundaryof
1985 at County Florida hay.d.aignat.d NOTICE .Ight miles south of South.rlr Administration
Of INTENTIONTO 15th of April 869.09 Florida Statutes, .saw mill operationwith Stat. Road
the Bradford Washington D.C. 20250
2:00 on said day on Stark. between Hwy 100 .
p.m. notice Is storage.You
REGISTER h.r.by giventhat 230 aforesaid thence In
the premises of the Bradford the County Zoning and Plan- CLARENCE L. and C. Rd. 18 (old 100)) are furth.r given ; or this organization or
FICTITIOUS NAME undersigned, Board to conduct COOPER has mad. a Easterly direction all, a written complaint.Such .
; County Jail I will offer JOANN ning a application Parcel 9220-0009( ( Tract A NOTICE that a copy of
B. said
for sale and sell to COPELAND public hearing at a to the Bradford A B of Crystal Lake said proposed OR. along Southerly complaint must be
i Pursuant to S.ctlon the highest bldd.r for 1232 B South Walnut St., regular meeting h.ld at County Zoning Board for Homesites, In Section 1. DINANCE is avallabl. for boundary and along the filed not later than 180

865.09. Florida Statut., cash In hand the above Storke FL 32091 sole 7:00 P.M. In the Council reclassification of the Township 8 South Rang. Inspection at the office arc of a curve concave to days after the alleged
notice I I. owner doing business Room of Stark. described your the North and having a discrimination by
: given described property of City Hall prop.rty 22 East for G.n.ral retail of the Director of or
: that the undenlgned. said defendant to .satisfy und.r the firm nom. of Stark., Florida on Tuesday below from RSF to RSF- stores. and radius of 11559.2 feet, such later date to which
Zoning Planning, CIty
,: FAYE LUKE AND JANE S. the aforesaid Execution. JO ANN'S COUNTRY April 30 19S9, and MH: Located on.-quarl.r You or. furth.r given Hall Thompson 491.44 feet 01 measured the Secretary of

USHER P. O. Box 796 DOLPH E. REDDISH CRAFTS. B WOOD make a recommendation mil. West of,.Storke City NOTICE that a copy of Street Starke, Florida. along a chord having abearing Agriculture or the Rural
Lak. Buffer' FL 32054., BRADFORD COUNTY,. WORKS.' 1233-B South to,th. Board of County limits off North side of 'said propos.d''OR. Each and of S 88"36'55"E.to Electrification Ad.
Walnut Commissioners, and the Edwards Rd., (IOOA), every person the end or sold curve.: ministration extends the
t. 'Joint owners, d lng'I Fla. Street. Stark., FL DINANCE Is available for having Interest
business und.r the firm 3/211tchg 4/11 I 32091 Intends to Board will consider on parcel 1 of Parcel your Inspection at the office whatever any In the enactment Thence S oTW E, along time for filing. Identityof

name of FARM WORLD register sold fictitious Monday May 6, 1989, at 4206-0000 In Section 31, of the Director of of this proposedORDINANCE said Southerly boundary complaints will be

:'I AT NEW RIVER. Rt. I I. Box NOTICEOF name under the the Commissioners Township 6 South Rang. Zoning and Planning. Ci should 130.86 feet to the POB. kept confidential exceptto
aforesaid statute. Room of the Bradford 22 East to. allow a ty Hall Thompson op- At public sale, to thehlgh..t the extent necessaryto
692 Lak. Butler FL pear be heard at the bidder for co.h.at ,
32094 Intends to :' TO REGISTER Dated this 2nd day of County Courthouse, mobile home on one-half Street Stark., Florida. time and place prescrib carry out the purposesof
the front door of the
I Starke, Florida at 10:00 acre. the Rules and Regula
Each and
register sold fictitious FYCT1T4OUS. NAME April A.D., 198S In every person Sradford Cour-
A.M. on Ordinance This change In ed.BOARD tions.
having ''nt.r..twhat.v.r
Pursuant Bradford any
under the
name Chouse, In Stark.,
relating to: classification Is subjectto /tchg /11
aforesaid statute. 865.09, Florida Statute. 4/04 4tchg ./25IN In the enactment COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Florida on the 11th day
The retonlng of the a public hearing to beheld of this proposed
notice Is
: Dated this 2nd day of giv.nthat of ABXil. 1985 between
described on Tuesday April .
Bradford April, A.D.; 1989 In BETTY the 8 JAMES undersigned DILTS; OF THE THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT and amending property the 30, 1983 at 7:00 p.m. Ih ORDINANCE and be heard should at appear the By:Gilbert S. Brown Clerk GILBERT 11 a....:grid BROWN 2 p.m. Notice

County. 623 Plnewood Stark., CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Comprehensive Land the Council time and place prescrib
4/GUtchg 4/29 Florida joint owners do. BRADFORD COUNTY, Use Plan to provide that Starke City Halm CLERK OF SAID COURT To: General Public
ed.BOARD By Fay. N. Whitehead
land Thompson
currently zoned OR OF
SALE firm name of THE BOOT and designated by the Stark., Florida. At this COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THE CIRCUIT COURT Deputy Clerk Please be advised that
time, all Interested FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 3/214tchg ./11 the
Notice Is h.r.by given STORE STARKE SHOE plan as Rural Residential persons Bradford Compensatory
that I. Dolph E. Reddish REPAIR. 120 E. Call St.. INRE: Th. Petition of be r.zoned to ILW shall be heard. By: Gilbert S.Brown CIVIL DIVISION Education Application -
Stark. Fla. and designated Light for or against this proposal Clerk and the Brad-
as sheriff of Bradford 32091 Intends JOHN H. MONTGOMERYand CASE NO. 85.2
County Florida und.r to register sold fictitious Manufacturing the property as specified In the 1 1tchg4/11 fdVd Chapter 2 Application
und.r of JOHNNY SHADD Zoning Cod.* of Brad. ...-N. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT will be written during
and by virtu. of Writ of nom. the ANNE MONTGOMERYas COMMUNITY STATE STATEMENT '
Execution to-wlt: aforesaid statute. Co-Guardian of ESTATE described as ford County. NOTICEOF BANK the time period of

Execution Issued out Dated this 18th day of JERRY JOHN follows: On. ocr., L.M.Gain., APPLICATION OF STARKE Plaintiff NONDISCRIMINATIOPContinental OF April 15 through May 16

of County Court of Bradford March 1989, In Bradford BROWNSTEADto 220'x200', out of Parcel) Director FOIl REZONING v. 1985.11 you,have a suggestion
County pursuant to County. Change Name 2096. oo (".5 acres) Bradford Co. Zoning AND AMENDMENT JOHNNIE B. THOMPSON fqr the Apllco-
3/21 411PUBLIC located 1 V4 mil.. Northof ltchg4IINOTICE OF THE Telephone tions, wowd you please
Final "tchg
a Judgm.nt for ....... ALMA J. THOMPSON. Company of the South .
FLORIDA NATIONAL NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Starke off East side of LAND USE PLANt contact by Mey 16, I9B3:
Florida has with the
Hwy 301 In Section 10 The BrodfordVCompen-
D. THORNTONAND : Jerry Thomas Township 6 South Range OF APPLICATIONFOR An ORDINANCE omen. NEIGHBOR ENTERPRISES Government a satory EducatloiKpHlce,
Environmental 22 East for a Machin. the Compliance AssuranceIn The School Beard of
ding ComprshenslveLand
MARILYN Brownstead. 5019 Kerl.Str..t .
S. Assessment has b.encompl.ted REZONING INC., d/b/a HI which It assures the
THORNTON defendants.; Jacksonville/ Shop. AND AMENDMENTOF Use Plan Elementand NEIGHBOR WHOLESALE Bradford County OT N.
Rural Electrification
by FmHA
concerning You or. furth.r Temple Avenue Sterke,
In the amount of Florida 32205 given THE' Map by Bradford COMPANY CAPITAL
the constructionof NOTICE that a of Florida that It will FL 32091, Phone ((904))
$1,639.29 copy County In accordance
plus Interesttogether LAND USE PLAN ASSOCIATES. INC..
28 RRH units inLawt.y comply fully with all requirements
old proposed OR. with the local 96446800 (Ex. 27)).
with cost ofcollection. YOU ARE NOTIFIED BARNETT BANK OF
Florida. of Title VI of
.. Th. assesiment showed that an action far change. DINANCE I I. available for. An ORDINANCE amending Government Com. JACKSONVILLE. N.A., the Civil Rights Act of /tchg4/ll
Hav. seized and have of name for Jerry John your Inspection at the office the Comprehensive prehenslve Planning Act STATEWIDE COLLECTION 1964 and the Rule and
no significant Environmental
In my possession the Brownstead has been filed of the Director of land u.. Plan Element of 1975 as provided for inChapter CORPORATION ED. Regulation of the
Impact for Zoning and Planning City IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
163 of
following described personal the Lawt.y Apartments against you and you and Map by Bradford WARD S. TRUPPMAN Department of
property to-wlt: to be located at Adam. or. required to serve a Hall. Thompson 'County, Florida In accordance Florida, Statutes.. M.D.. Trustee, and RANDY Agriculture Issued CIRCUIT EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Street Starke Florida. OF FLORIDAIN
1982 Ford Fairmont and Pin. Streets. copy of your written with the local MILLER In his capacity thereunder to the end
1.0. If Each and every person TO: All Citrons Tax. AND FOR BRADFORD
No. Any person who feel any to wit: Government Comprehensive as Executive Directorof that no person In the
ABP21B9CA121896as on John H. Montgomery, having any Interest Planning Act payers and other In. the Deportment of COUNTY
the review I. In error United States shall, on
the of the who. address I I. Rout. whatever In the enactment of 1973 t.r..ted.peraon... CIVIL ACTION
property should submit a written as provided In Revenue, Defendants the ground of race, color
above named defendant statement outlining the 3, Box '1093. Starke, of this proposed Chapter 163 of the or national orgln be CASE No. 83-132
and that on Monday the specific environmentalconcerns Florida 32091,. on or ORDINANCE should ap- Florida Statute. You and .och of You NOTICE OF SALE excluded from
: 15th day of April 1989 to Farmers before May 19, 1989, and par and be heard at the are hereby and herewith In, be denied participation the In Re: The Marriage of

.., at 2:00 p.m on said day Home Administration file the original with the time and place prescribed. TO: All Cltlxen. Taxpayers given notice In accordance NOTICE I. hereby benefits of or be otherwise CALVIN MARTIN husband

on the premises of the Box 19, Room 248 Clerk of this Court either and other .Interested with Florida given that, pursuant to subjected to and LEOLA MARTIN
Bradford County Jail I Federal Building Ocala before service on John person. Statutes that the Board the Final Judgment discrimination In the
will offer for sal. and Fla. 32670 within 15 daysof H. Montgomery or Im COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of County Commissioner entered In case number conduct of Its program
sell to the highest bidder the dot.of this notice. mediatelythereafter: You and each of You of Bradford 83-2 In the Circuit Court and the operation of Its NOTICE OF SUIT
for, cash In hand the Lawt.y Apartments, otherwise, a default will By:Gilbert,S. Brown or. hereby and herewith County Florida, have for Bradford County, facilities Under this NO PROPERTYTO

above described, proper. Ltd. 810 Margaret Street be entered against you Clerk given notice In accordance designated the Bradford Florida. I will sell the Assurance, this

ty of old defendant to Jacksonville, Flo. 32204 for th<* relief demanded _....1tchg411NOTICE with Florida County Zoning and Planning properly: situated In organization Is commit.' : CALVIN MARTIN
satisfy the aforesaid Ex 4/4 2tcha 4/11. In the Petition. Statutes that the Board Board to conduct a Bradford County ted not to dl.crlmlnot.agoln.t P.O. Box 137, Tlllery,
ecution. DATED at Starke. 0'. County Commissioner public hearing at a Florida described as: North Carolina.
Doloh E. Reddish Sheriff' NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida on this 8 day of of 'Bradford regular meeting held at A parcel of land containing the ground any of'person race, coloror on YOU ARE HEREBY
Bradford County Florida GIVEN that on Monday April 1989. LUCILE H. GREEN has County Florida have 7:00: '.M., In the Council 9.5 acres, more national In .Its NOTIFIED that an action
3/21 April 8th 1983 at 10:00 made application for Room of Starke City Hall, organ for Dissolution of Marriage
4tchjj 4/11 CLERK OF COUNTY designated the Bradford or less, lying In the NEVi policies and practicesrelating
o'clock a.m., the undersigned I SPECIAL EXCEPTION for Starke has been filed
Florida, Tues
BY Beuloh Plan en
NOTICE OF COURT : Sole and County Zoning and of the NE'of Section 34, application to..
SHERIFF'S' SALE GatosFr.ightways Moody Deputy Clerk. i Service ning Board to conduct a day. April 30, 1989. and Township 6 South Range service or other against you and you ore
Inc., will No. 2 to the Starke Boardof any ,
make a recommendationto required to serve a
4/11 tchg 5/2 public hearing at a 22 East Bradford Coun copy
Notice I hereby policies and .
giv.nthat \sell at public auction forcash Adustment| on property regular held at the Board of County Florida. Said practice.relating of your written defences,
meeting parcel
I. DOLPH E. REDDISH ty to treatment of
that I I. classified
at 2600 Rd. H
Lloyd Commissioners and the any to It, on the plain
NOTICEOF 7:00: P.M. In ,the Council
a* sheriff of Bradford being more particularly beneficiaries sad
Jacksonville, Fla., 8-2, and described pantlcipents tiff
on. Board will consider attorney, who.
County Florida APPLICATIONFOR Room of Starke City Hall, on described as follow.: Including rates'conditions
lot of display stands below: name and address I 1.1
REIGNING Storks Florida Tues May at Commence the NEcorner
and on .
under by virtue of and
(Fr.lght No. STL Parcel 3334-0000, 207
the CommissionersRoom Dudley P. Hardy, P.A.,
AND AMENDMENTOf day. April 1985, and of said NE'/i OF
Writ of Execution, to-wlt: 30 service, use of of
042719-3)) consigned toRichard N. Temple Av., In Section of the IradfardCoun.y any P.O. Drawer 1030
Execution Issued out Fltzg.rold THE 28 Township 6 make a recommendation ..NE'/4. and run 'N 8B'38'W.along It* facilities, attendance
Courthouse Starke, Florida 33091,
of County Court of, LAND USE PLAN to the Board of County the Northerly at and participation In
Mlramar Fla.: one lot of South Range 22 East Stark., Florida. Of 10:00 and iMw fnt original with
Commissioner and the
Alachua County, Florida' Sculputur. Vent (n.xt ta T.rwlll.gar A.M. OrdinanceDelating boundary thereof 798.00 any meetings of the clerk of file above
pursuant to a Final Judginent (woodFrelght)( No. An ORDINANCE amen. Realty., )West side of Hwy ,Board will consider on an feet Thence S 1'43'E beneficiaries and participants
the Comprehensive. 19B3 : ,foj ._ styled court on or beforeMay
for ASSOCIATES 13-396229): ) ding Monday. May 6, at 43.99 feet to a con L.to or the exercise
consigned to The of the 13.1903 oth.rwlwS
land Use Plan Element 301.The the rexonlng
FINANCIAL SERVICES Cape Lumber Cape Coral Stark. Board ofAdjustment CommissionersRoom monument located on of any right of such"
described ",6"1 be
CO.' Of FLORIDA. INC.. Fid.; one lot of TII. and Map by Bradford will conduct of. the> Bradford property the Southerly boundaryof beneficiaries and participants entered may
and forthe
County Florida In accordance County Courthouse QnfMOvlfMp" tn0Comprehensive the ROW of State Rood ogalnN you
: In the
and again.ARNOLD C. conductof
Cleaner (Freight No. a public hearing at their Land relief.. demanded. In
I 'BJHCI. JR.and SUSAN M. 03-403483): ) consigned" to with the local regular meeting held at Stark, Florida,,M"WOO 230 for POB. From FOB the operation of this
Use Plan to that the0111' ev *M*
Government Com. *
d.f.ndants 'In 1M A.M. Ordinance lorid. thus described continueS .
I UICI. Thompklns Tile, Ft. 7:30: >> p.m. In the Council an land organization.Any lion.
f.01".440.23, pIu. M,.,., Fla.: one lot of prehenslve. Planning Act Room of Starfce City Hall, relating to and OR 1'4T E, .]65.00 feet, person who WITNESS hand and
......... ....*.., with drum detergent (Freight of 1973 a*provided for'tnChapter Thompson Street, The retorting of the designated by the horezen.d more or less, to the Northerly believes' himself, or OIly the .... .*said my CM'w
163 of the plan a* Agricultural,
described of the
following boundary
coete" property specific class of 1ft.
No. florida
consigned Slarke. ,
on *_ BI...
to I I. and
Florida Statute and amending the ROW of graded dividuals be
a county to subected
s.izd endhwsiIM'
to Chuck Bohaychyk April 29 1949. -
Thursday; ort
designated Wood ;: s. **s**, f*
sly pew=..on thePlUfllP Bruce wood Naples FI... At this time, all "..,- Comprehensive Land Yard the rood commonly known ( by this argon''" 0VrlfMl-IC: .s-rt. .
TO: Ail Cltlsen. Tax- Use Plan to provide that Mulching property as Wilson Road ThenceIn lion, to discrimination .
to satisfy freight and will be heard
sons concerning of KENNETH EUX- 5% ..... tiu
paver and otnor M" land currently toned UII direction .
storage charge, under this application a Northwesterly prohibited by TItle VI of =
described .
.' the provisions of SectIon forested Paeans o*tpoditoo In the xonlnci and designated by the SON o. along last aforesaid' the Act end KM! .....
follows: Located six
4(fe/>)of Uniform Standard code: 'of the city ofStarke. plan as Rural Residential. Northerly boundary and ... Use Isspsdthereunder Jar
mile Northwest of
You and each of You be rexoned to CO. 670.00 feet, ,
.. i iV -.. Udfea. more or "e,. by
4/42tchg4/11 are hereby and heNwlth end designated General l Stark,off Baytess Hwy .less. to the Westerly him.... at' a rsars.ers
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One of the largest crowds ever is ,expected for the Annual Bradford County Fair

:'.,, 'I, Bradford-Union County residents were pleasantly surprised with a
id'I'-".. j!.rJ'J ". gorgeous sunny day at the opening Wednesday of Bradford's 35th annual
'"" '.'! i I county fair.Traditionallylor.
.,,.:,i.ff : 1 :; "J'-! the past several years, the opening of the fair broughtwith
'If.PX ,
it rain and mud.
t: .
'" ,,">".. I i. 'T ,' Strawberry Queen Tract Clark snipped the ribbon to officially open the
". \ '. fair at 12 p.m. Fair manager Mike Cooney officiated over the opening
>;' ceremonies.
Union and Bradford County 4-H and FFA members worked endlesslyon
their steers and hogs Wednesday morning until they gleamed in
:' readiness for the Steer and Swine Shoe that has been a competitive part of
the Bradford County Fair for years.

The Entertainment...

Nightly entertainment is scheduled and will take place on two semi-
rst trailers, parked side-by-side to make a 16 by 40 foot stage with a canopy
a over it in the middle of the midway.
Headlining the performers will be nationally known country music star
Jim Ed Brown of Nashville, TN. Brown will appear for one show Friday
night, April 12, at 7:30 p.m.
Tonight (Thursday, April 11) at 8 and 10 p.m. The Southbound Band will
r \ perform. The Southbound Band normally plays around St.Augustine, but
4 several band members ar local residents.
Friday night April 12, will feature the Jim Ed Brown show at 7:30: p.m.
Saturday, April 13 there will be four shows. The Strawberry Jammerswill
perform a 14 and 6 p.m. The Southbound Band will perform at 8 and 10

pmThere will be two shows each night featuring various entertainers.
\ JoCephus and The Ghost Rider Band will play Tuesday and Wednesday
I 'Y. nights. The Southbound Band will perform Thursday and Saturday night.
The Strawberry Jammers Band will perform at two shows Saturday, at 4
and 6pm.More .
t Parking is available at the north. end of the midway, and there is just
: one exit and one entrance.
Everyone is asked to enter just north of the Highway Patrol station and
I exit at the Roping Club entrance further north on US-301.
ROTC cadets and police officers will direct traffic at the fairgrounds.A .

Drier Fair...?

N. Barring a gully-washer, the ground should be drier this year.
1\\ The toilets should work. The electrical system is improved. There will
\ be more parking.
\J I Another four acres of drain tile has been installed by the Fair Associa-
r .. ,vNW tion, all the way from the north edge of the fairgrounds to the Roping Club
... ..;: arena, tripling the area that was drained last year.A .
", six-inch water feeder line has been installed at the fairgrounds by the
,.>, \ .. City of Starke. An inadequate water supply has been the reason the toiletsin
>- the restrooms failed to work in the past, says Fair Manager Mike

I -,- '.1!( tiktt.j Cooney A new building is going up north of the cow barn so more animals can be
,;;:_ housed at the fair

h '', \-.j; ( Livestock
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.,.. Y'Sw.Tj p4 w, eyA.'aMiM ; -:: .. : l lM lw ., m me'78 fair.Digs, 54 steers,and, ..breeding. animals are scheduled." UUtt.shQw.aAt*....." -.",'1JoIW

; The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Swine Show is set for Wednesday,
April 10, at 7 p.m. The Swine Sale is set Friday night, April 12, at 7:30 p.m.
.' : '" i The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Steer Show is set Thursday night,
{ 'JI. April 11, at 7 p.m. The Steer Sale is set Saturday night April 13, at 7 p.m.
s. t4f The Beef Sale will be prior to the steer sale Saturday night, April 13.
t" ... An FFA and 4-H Awards Ceremony is set at 7 p.m. Friday, April 12

.,. ,, The Midway...

< The midway opens at 5 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April
'f', .: I Wednesday, April 10, was Senior Citizens Day, during which seniors
were admitted free.

j rc Friday, April 12, from 3-7 p.m. is free admission to children and
I : \ students. '
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i __ 1983 Strawberry Queen Traci Clarke cuts the ribbon In opening (
' Wednesday morning as State Agricultural Commissioner
i r Doyle Conner looks on.
e .t, The fair attracted big crowds of youngsters out of school on Spring r rue rf--- '
i1 Break who enjoyed the many rides and attractions. L
.. _,4'r The Telegraph will feature complete results. from the Steer and Swine
,,- .
w -r Judging In our next Issue.


" Junior and Senior 4-H Winners and Results at the Bradford County Fair I

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a Fifteen-year-old Annette Balkcomof competition at the Bradford County CANNIDPRODUCTSVegetable Hollaay Craft. Sr. OhM Bttilne Thorn. Table Appointment, Sr. Dlv.l Blaine I"I"" ,
Lake Butler won Best Over-All Fair with her black grey, turquoise, *, Sr. OhM Stephanie King. ton blue, Annette Balkcom blue; Terry Thornton blue; Rhondo Alvarez, blue, f
. honors in the Senior Division of 4HEye and purple striped jumpsuit. red. Whltehead, blue; Lila ,Motley' blue; Stacy Sapp. red: Kerrl Snider, white Jr. ..
Annette daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fruit, Jr. Dlv.l Bryan King red. Lance Wlgglnt, blue; Amy Black blue; Div. Bend Bennett whit., Jeremy
, James Balcom, has been sewing Jam, Sr. Div.i Amy Then, red. Stacy Sapp, blue Jr. Dtv.i Benjl Bennett, Hlldebrand. blue/ ; Lori Motley,' red:
;I. since she was taught at age eight in white; Jeremy Hlldebrond, red; Darlene/ Charmln Wiggins, blue; Anita Black,
4-H. CLOTHINGApron Seay, blue, Tommy Balkcom, blue: Lori blue, Paul Moody white. .. "
In previous years she has Won two ,Sr. Div.i Dana Rathbun whit. Motley' blue; Anita Black red; Bryan Drawing, Pointing, Sr. Dlv.l Melissa '.' ,.,"5;- lR
''i. t Best Over-All titles for articles she Jr. Dlv.l Angl. Redding, blue/ ;, Elizabeth King blue. / May blue. Jr. Dlv.l Ashley Burkhalter,
r has sewn. Rathbun whit. framed Picture, Sr. Dh... David Harris, blue. F
,' t The complete winning outfit in- T-Shirt, Jr. Div.i Anita Black red. blue Jr. Dlv.r:Bryon King whit., Jeremy Weaving Jr.Dlv.l Darlene Seay, blue.
1, t1 i cludes the jumpsuit, a coordinatinggrey Skirt. Jr. Dlv.l Kelly Connect, red. Hlldebrand White. Exhibit of Merit Sr. Division Clarence
,t. blouse and belt. Bloute/ or Skirt, Sr. Div.i Amy Black, String Art Jr. Dlv.l Dale Pendorvlt, Pendarvlt white; Katrina McSpadden r .!/,
whit. white. red Amy Tlton, red, Lance Wiggins red; .1
Eric Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dress or Jumper Sr. Dlv.t Stephanie Mosaic Seed, Gloss, Stone, Itc.. Sr. Rhonda Alvarez, blue; Amy Black blue.
Rex Brown of Starke won Best Over- King blue; Amy Tlion whit. Div.i Blain. Thornton red, Lisa Motley Jr. Dlvltloni Dale Pendorvlt, whit.; Erie ({
All honors in the Junior Division of Pont.. Jr. Div.i Anita Black. bue.! blue; Rhonda Alvarez, blue; Kerrl Brown blue; Tommy Balkcom blue;
the 4-H exhibit for his replica of a Jump.ult, Jr. Dint Anita Black blue. Snider, bit.. Jr. Dlv,, Jeremy Franklin Hart, red
gristmill.The 2Pc. Outfit. Sr. Div.i Annette Hlldebrand. red: Benjl Bennett, red; Lori Popsicle Sticks...
'model was made out of 455 Balkcom blue/ Jr. Div.i Darlene Seay, Motley, red: John Rekhert, blue; Anita HORTICULTURE
4 popsicle sticks and took approx- blu. Block red; Franklin Hart red. Non-Plowening Haute Plant, Jr. Dlv.l Eric Brown worked hard and used
.. imately week to complete.The Ivenlng Wear, Sr. Dlv.l Stephanie Candle, Sr. Dlv.l Clarence Pendorvlt, Hollle Sapp, red 455 popsicle ticks on his winning
vS idea to build the model was King. red. white. Jr. Dlv.l Dale Pendorvlt, red Flowering Home Plants, Sr. Dlv.l Amy gristmill.
conceived when Brown was convalescing Ceramic. Sr. Dtv.i Keith Moody blue, Tlton, blue. Jr. Dlv.l Jason Howard,
: at home with a broken leg HOUSEHOLD ARTS Susan Peugh. blue Harold Mayben, blue. Woodworking. Sr. Dlv.l Katrlna
.r\\ last June. Wall Hanln,..Sr.Dlv.l Clarence Pen bluer Ron Wlthart,. blue. Jr., Dlv.l Exhibit of Merit Jr. Dlv.l Jaton McSpadden, red, Amy Tlton, blue. Jr.
." He was "surprised and excited" darvlt, bluo, Blaine Thornton, white; Darlene Seay, red Timmy Coleman, Howard, white. Dlv.l Mark King, redt Tommy Balkcom,
when he learned that he had won Lisa Motley, bJu.; Terry Whitehead, blue; Ashley Burkhalter. ,blue; Ricky blue; John Rekhert, rod.
I such a high award. white; Harold Maybon, blue.'J,. Dlv.t.,. Wlthart. red.Crocheted. MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS Poem, Sr Dlv.l Annette Balkcom.
Dale Pendorvlt, red; Darleno Seoy, blue; :Article. Sr, Dlv.l Dana Leather Craft. Jr. Dlv.l Mark King, whit.; Melissa May red.
: catching... BAKED PRODUCTS Tommy Balkcom red; Lori Motley, blue. Rathbun. blue. Jr. Dhr.i.Darlene, Seay red. Prefect of Merit, Sr. Dlv.l Keith
Cookies, Jr. Div.: Hold Sopp, red Decorative Pillow, Stuffed Animal blue. lampt, Sr.Dlv.l Jeff Adams whit.Jr. Moody whit.; Amy Tlton. red. Jr. Dlv.l
Annette Balkcom won the grand Paul Moody..white. Sr.,Dlv.t David Harris bluo. Jr.' Dlv.l Needlepoint. Sr. DIY,. 'Ron Wlthart Div.i Randy Taylor, blue; Lamont Darlene key, rod; Tommy. Balkcom.
priie for her striped jumpsuit. Cake, Sr. OhM Amy Tlton red. Elizabeth Rathbun, whit. rod.;Jr, Dlv.l Ricky WI. art, blue. Adam, blue rod John Rekhert, white.

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I Bradford's Edna Norton wins two top prizes at Bradford CountyF: <: ij ; I

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wood DepartmentEdna never fix anything ahead of Peorsi' Marba Whittle, red; Mary Honey*Syrup\
for the fair. I brought it piping ttroyer, blue; Mary Folsom blue; Edna Honey, Plaint Jim Love, blue .
Norton, a native and I wasn't sure how it would N'Or.on, blue
County won two honors out," she said. Peaches: Beverly Bryan red. ,
when both her salad surprise loaf was Mrs. Nor FlgsiMarba Whittle, red, Edna
strawberry surprise own creation in an effort on her Sanders, red; Mary Strayer, blue Sauces -L.w
Over-All awards in to promote the use of Mlscellarteousi Hazel Paulk, blue; na Applesauce Evelyn Ryols; Tina Bops.
Department s. Beverly Bryori\blue. Pear Saucer Mary Folsom, bluf
Her salad pears won
in the Canned Products Austin, of Law ley won a Pickles '.
.. "You have to be very Over-All honor for her doll Bread Butter, Marba Whittle red; '
you can overcook pears, Edna Sanders, blue BAKED PRODUCTS .',
ton said about canning cake, in honor of the Cucumbers Grace Faulkner, red.
Her strawberry Queen pageant, was Dlllst Marba Whittle, blue: Edna Quick Breads Edna Norton') blue,
made with bread to resemble a young lady in an Sander., red; Mary Strayer red, Edna Yeas Breads A Rolls Nlrto' Hotchlns, iiL.! 4
strawberry preserves, gown. Norton, red.Frult.Grace. H : red, Marba Whittle blue. ,
honor in the Baked a doll in the center of a high Faulkner, blue. r Plain Cokes (not Iced): Camille ,
sion. cake the creation was Vegetables: Edna Sanders, red; Mary ...-.--- -, Whltaker. red. a
blue, Edna blue. ,.
Strayer Norton '
.' ... : i i"t skirt of the cake was Peppersi Beverly Bryan, blue; Nanette a$
with white, brown and Hughes, blue.MI.cellaneou'l. ya"A:
The bodice was done in brown. Grace Faulkner blue Iced Cakes (not decorated) Adults!
\ Nanette Hughes. blue Mary Strayer, Carolyn Autry, blue; Youth Brenda Grif '
'It fis, blue. I 1' -
"- the Youth Division of the Food blue.
.''AYMlM'....' 1"-w 'Y.:;nr ," j Brenda Griffis won P Decorated Cokes Ollle Mae Cannon,
Over-All for her Rich Man's blue.
"& .1\1''. loaf."I Griffis, 17, daughter of Mr RelishesVegerablesi Mary Strayer, red;
'-. / Mrs. Sidney Gnffias "thrilled" Arlette Love, blue.MI.eellaneou'l Cookies Morbo Whittle, blue.
Candyi George Reed, blue. Most Unusual Use of Strawberries In a
she had ,
won. Beverly Bryan blue. Baked Product (with recipes) Edna Norton

recipe for the pie was given to Pies, Youth Dlv.t Brenda Criffis, blue blue rosette
several years ago, so she Rich Dessert... rosette.
Sure where the pie origionated. Preserves
is the second time Miss Grif Pears Edna Sanders, red, Edna Nor Brenda Criffls won the top youth
blue honor with her Rich Man's pie.
won a top award at the fair. ton
... Peaches Grace Faulkner blue, Mary
I., (. CANNED PRODUCTS Strayer red. NOW YOU SEE 'EM. .
,' ,, Vegetables Figs Lola Johnson blue, Marba Whittle Jellies
.I Joy Faulkner, Beverly Bryan, red. Berries: Edna Sander., red; Nanette
Strayer, blue, Mary Folsom; Edna Strawberries: Beverly Bryon, blue, Hughes, blue.Peaches .
white; Tina Eppt. Edna Norton blue.MI.cellaneoull : Mary Strayer blue.
Edna'Norton., blue. Grace Faulkner, blue. Grape: Edna Sanders, blue.
f r eik ') Beverly Bryan, red Mary Vegetables: Beverly Bryan, blue. ii
blue; Evelyn Ryals, red; Edna Miscellaneous Edna Sanders, blue,
blue. Jams & Marmalades Nanette Hughes, blue, Edna Norton,
1 : Mary Strayer, blue. Berries: Beverly Bryan blue blue.
'" ': Beverly Bryan; Edna Norton Peaches Beverly Bryan, blue.
Strawberries Edna Sanders, red; Juices
.') Edna Sanders, blue. Beverly Bryan red.MI.eelianeou. ,Tomatoes Joy Faulkner, red; Beverly
.: Beverly Bryan, red;!; .: Lola Johnson, blue, Bryan.
Strayer, blue, Edna Norton blue. Beverly Bryan. blue, Edna Norton, blue.
Origional Mixtures Edna Norton blue. JVY(

Edna Norton won the Fruit 1m 870 W McMahon Street
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Home Division Winners Earn Top AwardsLaura 6th CUY Annual COUNTY CATTUIBrS Championship ASSOCIATION

Crews of Starke has been Gormen ladies Gown: Bonnie King, blu*. Baby Afghan: Lola Johnson, red; Julie.*
sewing since she was very young. Glrf Specialty D....', Adult: Cornell ladles Rob.: Bonnie King blu. Thigpen. blue; Linni Mosey,blue;Glen-
This year the sailor suit she made Whitakvr. blu*. do Wheeler, red; Denis Wishart, red.
for her son's Easter outfit was good lad).* Blous. Adult: Lucil. Godwin. PillowsCandl.wicking Child's Dress: Jaque Griffis blue. RODEO
enough to win her Best Over-All in blue; Cornell Whitoker, red. : lucile Godwin blu. Woman' Dress Nanette Hughes,
the Garment Division. ladle. Formal Weor. Adult Mary Crocheted: Tina Epp., blue. blue.
Her winning garment consisted of Fol om. whit.. Fabric M. Gilhooly blu.. Sweater,Man/Woman Julie Thigpen
pants, shirt, and a cap. A jacket ladle.Streetdreil, Adult: Lucil. God. Lotch-hook: Donna Chol.on. whit. blue.
which won a blue ribbon was also win blu: Belly Hildebrond. blue; Miscellaneous: Eula Nichols, red; Tablecloth: Cleo Sullivan blue.
made with the outfit, but somehow it Cornell Whitoker. blu*. Lenoro Muggins, red. Vest: Jaque Griffis, blue.
was separated from the suit and was lodlei 2/3 pc. ensemble, Adult: Betty FRI.-SAT.-8P.M. 7 EVENTS
judged by itself. Hildebrond blu*. KniMlng linens Til DOWN CAU ROPING SADDLI IROMCIARHACK
"When a friend told me I won I lodle. Jumpsuit. Adult: Cornell.Whitaker Afghan: Lola Johnson, blue. Tea Towels: Betty Hildebrond. blue APRIL IRONC RIDING DILL RIDING
couldn't believe it," Mrs. Crews red. Coat Cop.. Poncho:Judy Duffy blu*. PatHol/s,.. Terry Griffis, blu*. DALLY TIAM ROPING GilLS IAOIL RACES
said. "This is only the second time I ladle Pontsult, Adult Belly Sweater, Child: Judy Dutfy, blu*. Baby Quit: Mary Folsom, whit. STEER WRESTLING
have ever entered anything." Hildbrand. red. Sweater Man/Woman: Bonnie Keen Machln.Mad Quilt Betty 19-20
ladle. Skirt: Betty Hildebrond red; red; Judy Duffy blue; Judy Duffy red. Hildebrand. CONCESSION STAND OPEN
Clara Colson of Starke learned to Lucil Godwin red; Come II. Whiloker.blu Vest Lola Johnson, blu*. Hand-Stitched Quilt:lenoroh Muggins,
crochet just three years ago. *. Blouse: Bonnie Keen blu*. blu.
So she was surprised to find that ladle. Slacks: lucile Godwin blue; Quilt Top Only: Betty Hildebrand. GREEN COVE SPRINGSCLAY
her afghan made out of "scrap Comelle Whitoker. red. Croch.t Miscellaneous: Lou McWilliams, blue;
yarn" won her Best Over-All in the Afghan: Julia Thigpen blue; Alice Edna Norton blu*. .
Needlework Division."It M."'.Trousers: Lucil Godwin blue. learcy merit; Linm Mosey, red; Clara . . COUNTY AGRI CENTER SHOWGROUNDS"t
seemed so 1 almost didn't Colson, blue; Terry Griffis, red; Eitelle / Miles West on Hwy. 161
enter it,"Colson said "I thought the 'nget'e! Simpson, red; Denise Wishart, blue. I "Coming Soon"Jo IPRA
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I Art Division Winners;attheBCFair.tti": : '
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,+ihll blue; URoyc Edwards red; ,Batty Dolls Adults Julie thigpen, blue; Edna
Hildobron.red: Muriel GllhooUy.white) Sander, blue; Bonnie King blue; Mary
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III( @....It 1 Brcnda Griffit; white, Sue McCI |hon l Folsom, blue.Watercolor. ,
4'.I; blue; Youth Leslie Folsom, Jr., red. Picture Youlht Melissa
Stained Ceramic, Adult: Mildred Milter red.Mlseellanus.. ;
-'M 4- '. Frick, blue;; Brenda Simpson, blue;Mary Adult Eulo Nichols :
.. < ; i {" 1 Fol om,'blue, Lou McWilliams blue. whit. Marvin Myer. red; Bonnie King,
/ ,' J\\ .., ." ; Li t % I Glaied Ceramic, Adults Ozano Hen- red Charlen Blalock, red; Gall Elaine
.\" ; t":, [ 1/ dry blue; C. Wright blue, Brenda Simp- Richardson red, Brenda Simpson, blue.
( ,blue. Youth .
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Donna Thompson red; Youth: HOOVER.Convertible'.
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blue; Brenda Griff I blu*. r '
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Jason Brown won a top honor for Maida Williamson the grand No bags to buy
his first attempt at oil painting. prize for her harbor scene painting. ,.,r .' e Easy empty dirt container
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A simple and pb Chrome plated steel handle
of harbor by The painting took him about eight e
painting a scene Dirt finding headlight te .
Maida Williams of Lawtey was judged hours to complete. Alan Liz WendyOur less examination can Powerful 5.0 Amp.motor
Best Over-All in the Arts and Brown was "very happy andpleased" be ypur"first step in
Crafts Adult Division at the Brad- that he had won because he *50 Perm is Nowon 4-poltlon rug adjustment '
ford County Fair. didn't think he would do very well treating and correct- r
even though he was reassured by his Sale for 25' ing many common HOOVER TAKES
"I think that's just great. I am mother. THE BAG OUT /
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response to winning. ARTS CRAFTS WE ,HAVEA
Oil Paintings Adult: joy Faulkner!
"\ thought I might win something blue; leRoyc Edwards blue; Maida NEW ADDITION: 1 "
but I never thought it would be Best William, blue.Youth:Raymond(Carlton Robert F. Hook
Over-AU. This was the first one I red; Connie Moody blue; Jason Brown A Nail Parlor ,
in the fair." W. FreemanOphthalmologists
have entered blue; Molina Miller white.NeedUpunch George
,Adult:Sylvia Ake blue; Robbin Stephens York .
Mrs. Williams had done some c: Wright red.Needlepoint. <
painting when she was younger but Adult Mildred Frick, Specializes in Manicures, Road
really didn't paint seriously until blue; Joan Bearden red. Sculptured Nails 103 Edwards HOOVER.HOOVEn.
she tpok lessons this summer. String Art Youth: Vicky Goodownt 964-8588
blue & Nail Piercing Convertible"' SPIRT5'Cleaner ) .
Crewel Embroidery, Adult: C. Honee Bee- -
A painting of a sad clown by Jason Wright red; Sonia Baldree blue: Mary Hair Removal Available PortableCanisterwith
Brown was judged Best Over-All Folsom, white Youth: Betsy Nail red. "Coming Soon"Jo Vacuum ReQ $109"
the Arts and Crafts Youth Divisionat Pen or Pencil Youth: Paul Moor., Open 7 Days A Week '
the fair. blue; Sue Blackburn blue; Shane Ann'sCountry Headlight 95, .
This was the first oil painting for Seeley. red.Pastel KI XlK 737 3.Walnut St2'WJ ..5'.&' hand; w/flrlp SALE $89-
of Mr. and Mrs. blue.Noveltle Starts.Fl 32091 Powerful 8 0 Amp. motor
Brown, age 15, son Youth: Connie Moody _
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April t I, 19115 PagridKlondes

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Emanuel "Billy 'Klondes was Lake Butler. entered pleas, of guilty to various ,and five years'probation for possession Alvaughn Richard Golden, 28, of Scheduled on the May trial term,
sentenced to 18 months in prison offenses-from trafficking in cocaineto of a controlled substance. He Lawtey. He received 30 months'pro calendar is the trafficking case Involving
April 1 for delivery and possession of Klondes, 40, of Starke was arrested possession of cocaine or mari also pled guilty to passing forged bation for possession of a controlled L. J. Norman, 41, of
cocaine in Bradford County; last Dec. 4 in connection juana, according to Assistant State checks and was placed on probation substance. Welborn Michael Leverson Anthony
with an investigation by the Florida Attorney Thomas Elwell. for five years to run consecutively. .Joe Edward Lee, 30, of Starke. He Tony Williams, Billy Alvarezall
Circuit Judge. John J Crews announced Department of Law Enforcementthat Others sentenced in the drug investigation Special conditions include making was sentenced to serve a 60 day of Starke and Sherry McDonald '
the sentence at about 4 p.m. netted 23 defendants. The first include; restitution to 301 Liquors for $210 prison term as part of the three of Lake City. Scheduled to appear I
and Klondes was transported to the arrests were made November 4 and Roosevelt Green, 32, of Starke. He and Winn Dixie Stores for $1,721.62 years on probation, but he is free. May 20 before Judge R. A. Green.
Reception and Medical Center near all but six of the defendants have received a three month prison term plus 10 percent interest. pending an appeal. Jr. is defendant Michael Kitchens.


News BriefsExResident _

KII The arrests were the result of an sion may be necessary to hear the 11 Seay. Langley was arrested in the Ricky Wayne Todd and John 5 for speeding was also charged with
Slain in NashvilleDennis investigation by Clay County to 15 witnesses scheduled to Tomas Horseshoe Lounge parking lot dur- Johnson of Lake Butler were arrested driving while license suspended, according -
Investigaor Robert Aired. according to Assistant State
"He Elwell. ing a disturbance. March 15 on a capias charg- to Deputy G. R. Hopper.
Arthur Chellette, 23, put together a real strong ing sexual
battery, according to Lt.
manager of the Rent-A-Center, an case, In fact he solved a Bradford John Wayne Hearn is expected to Christopher Ronald Pearce of Seay. Bond for the charge was set at
applicance rental store in Nashville, County burglary for us," said Investigator be indicted by the grand jury for the Raiford was arrested March 13 for $2,500 for each defendant. Todd and Misdemeanor Docket
was shot and killed by a masked Don Denton. Banister murder. Hearn, who is incarcerated burglary of a dwelling and petit Johnson were charged with an incident
On March 29 the plate glas window in Texas, confessed his Henry Lavelle Jones charged with
I man who robbed the store at gun- theft, according to Investigator which occurred March 1.
point, according to Detective J. B. was broken at the Midway TV repair part in the murder to local Larry Cochran. Pearce alledgedly petit theft was sentenced to seven
Loring of the Metro-Nashville Police between KH and Melrose in Brad authorities. Banister was shot twice burglarized the Broughton home. Terry Ernell Alexander, alias days in the county Jail.
Department.The ford County. Two stereo and in the head with a .22-caliber gun as Bond was set at a total $1,750. Terry Alexander Green, arrested Angela Murray chargedwith issuing
speakers stolen that he was home CR-18 worthless check for$14.91,made
driving east
robber forced another store night was on Pearce was orginally charged April 3 on a capias alleging he stole a
employee, Steve Brinkley, into the recovered by Aired, said Denton, of Hampton late the night of Feb. 2. March 6 with burglary of an occupied 1976 Yamaha motorcycle last October restitution plus$15 court cost.
which lead Denton, with Aired, to Parts of a ,22-caliber gun were and Johnny Griffls charged with
rear of the store around 8:30: pm. dwelling (attempted) according to Lt. D. L.
and ordered Chelette and Brinkley the recovery of the third stereo and found recently after Hearn directed possession of burglary tools for Cochran.. criminal mischief, pled guilty and
to lie face down on the floor, according speakers stolen and one of the two authorities to the site in Paynes alledgedly attempting to break into was sentenced to six months court
to the Tennesseean newspaper. TV's taken March 29. Pairie,just south of Gainesville.The the Henley home in Raiford. Homer Lee Padgett arrested April supervised probation.Norman's .
Aired said with the arrests, gun reportedly belonged to Banister.
Brinkley apparently got up from the ....
floor and struggled with the robber, business burglaries cleared up include This grand jury panel, which was
the Sun Video, Captain Grog's selected in the Fall Term November
trying to grab the attacker's gun,the
Restaurant and possibly several 13, has been in session more than
newspaper Chelette was reported.hit in the face with home burglaries in the CR-214 area. any grand jury since 1977. The eight Market
the gun and then shot at least once, Some of the property has been women, ten men panel has been call 7 X. .i
sources said. While police believe recovered but all has not been com- ed to hear evidence in a sexual bat as
pletely identified tery case, a lewd assault case and U.S. 301 South 964-6071
Chelette was shot in the elbow and
the face, family members said Sunday Bond was set at $5,002 for each of this murder case.A "The Store
Country For More"Open
I they were told Chelette died the suspects. new panel will be sworn in May I
13 during the court
Spring Term.
from a single gunshot wound that
8:30 7 Mon. thru Sat.
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Two Men ArrestedFor pm
entered in his elbow and traveled up
his arm into his chest. PossessionTwo Recent Arrests.
The robber took the store's cash In Union Compare Our Prices & Savel!I 11 I
box, which contained between $100 men were arrested April 5 CountyThe
and $500. No one has been arrestedin when their vehicle was stopped for following arrests were made We Accept USDA Food Stamps
the murder. failing to drive within a single lane, by the Union County Sheriffs:
Chelette moved to Nashville from according to Trooper W. D. Department.Sun .
Chattanooga about a year ago. He Langston. Cha Vinson of Tampa was arrested -
lived in Keystone Heights from the Mitchell Daniel Shadd, 24, of March 31 for possession of IN TUNE \VFIH
time he was nine until he was about Brooker and Dean A. Peeples, 27,of contraband and introduction into a
20. Lake Butler were charged with state institution, according to Deputy -
possession of less than 20 grams of J. A. Guyott. Vinson alledgedly
Recent BurglariesIn cannabis and drug paraphernalia.Bond passed marijuana to an inmate at
was set at$525.Both men were UCI during visiting hours. She was t
Two Counties released after surety bonds were released on her own reconizance.
Cleared With ArrestsA posted.
James Gregory Lastinger of Lake
rash of around'aa burglaries to Grand JuryReconvene Butler was arrested March 17 for 3 Lbs. or More Twin Pack

both businesses andresidences in April 11 spouse abuse and child abuse,according -
the Keystone Heights 'lake region to Lt. Garry Seay. Lastingerwas GroundBeef WholeFryers
area have been cleared with the arrest The Bradford County grand jury arrested following a domestic
of two Keystone men. will reconvene today, April 11, to disturbance. Bond was set at $3,000
Arrested April 4 and charged with hear evidence of the Feb. 2 murderof total, Lastinger was released on his NO
burglary were Alex Gordon Joe Banister. own recognizance. R
Cardenas, 23, and Dean Ross Putnam Subpeonas were issued earlier this C
,23,both of which have been living week for the most involved, com- Stanley Jay Langley of Marylandwas ggo AN. Ib.
off Austin Road which lies bet- plicated murder case ever heard in arrested March 21 for disorderly .
ween CR-214 and SR-100. Bradford County. A three-day ses- intoxication, according to Lt

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YARD SALE Griffit Loop 2nd Railroad FOR SALE
Crossing on Curv. Thursday and Fri 1911 HONDA tSO! Customs Excellent con MACHINES REPAIRED! All
dition. One owner. Window and tote makes cleaned oiled and adjusted
day. 4/11 Itpd. SKYLINE HOME CENTER, 301 N,
rack. 964-7648. 3/21 4tpd 4/11 $15. Used sewing machines for Hwy.
and 13 loll of cloth.. 1912 SUZUKI CS-550 MZt Runs great James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. see Ray Gouln formerlyof
Sat. April 12. Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains. ruJilJefJar
childr.n and bob. cloth., truck $1,000 or make oUr Coll 9644748days and Hwy. 16 Starke 964.8733. 1/03Ifn
W. buy and used homes,
964-4602 after 5 p.m. 4/04 2tchg CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free move \ (
radio, bak d good. dl h t, boot trailer 964-4414 or 964-4778. 4/26 tfn
and misc. 229A at Schulz 'bars farm 4/11 estimates Handy-Man Fence Co.Own.r $32,500 3/2 doublewlde mobile homeon r REALTY
Tommy 964.8559.3/29
5 wooded lot.
BUSINESS tin lovely -acre Drapes, ; .
carpeting; A/C. Fishing, hunting.
CLOTHING dishes, shoes, household King .Ize.AI.o 110'" ,
Perfect ,
country living. oc :. """"
.tc. Thursday, Friday 8 Saturday April have quilts for sale. Assorted cupancy. ((904)) 935.0139. 4/04 fcan CECILIA PHONE 964.7776
11-13. from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Off S.R. sizes and designs. Betty Hlldebrand, 14x70 :3 BR, 2 IA MOBILE HOME TUWILUGAR 205 N'' Temple Starke
100 turn right on SE 11th and 19th MOBILE HOME PARK FOR SALE $54,000 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg Payments under $200 mth. Call collect ,
Avstnu. 964.4966,4/1) Itpd. down. Income. Great tax breaks. WANT TO DRINK'THAT'S 904-351-8514 ask for Mr. C. Good 'SPECIAl
YARD SALE FRI. ONLY 2 families 9-5 antique Serious Investors only. 373-4792. Cash YOUR BUSINESS credit, shaky credit we can help. *
trunk, furniture, family clothing, flow records down payment In 1'/. WANT TO STOP? New, used repo', slnglewlde and NEW DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEX PLENTY OF PAVED
and misc. North 301, just north Starling years. 3/28 5tpd 4/25 THAT'S OURS doublewldes. Call Mr. Truman collect, PARKING RIGHT LOCATION ON 301 S. EASY ACCESS
Realty lawtey. 4/11 hpd, OWN YOUR OWN Jeon-Sportwear, Alcoholics Anonymous 351.8514.4/04 4tchg 4/25 1125 SQ. FT. EACH WITH BATHROOM &
GIANT YARD SALE Sot. 9 to 1. MoryL. Ladies Apparel Children., large Size 964415096469949645434pd ONE ACRE with 3 br. 1/, BA trailer SPACIOUS
Shaw Beauty shop. Lincoln City, Misc. Combination Western Store, Ac thru 8/16 9644236. 4/11 tfnchg. STORAGE: $425 PER MONTH. MANY
,Items. 4/11 Itpd. cessories. Jordache, Chic lee, L.vl.! GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows AMENITIES. CALL TODAY. '- ', *:.' ">

YARD SALE SAT. 10.4 at 624 N. Lake St. Easy Street Izod Esprit Tomboy etc.. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY CARS & TRUCKS KINGSLEY LAKE Main house, laundry house, 2-car garage, storage:;room,
Linens, Bed Spreads, Dishes S Many Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evan 964 6078. Orders also taken In Lake 2nd home, boathouse prop. camp fenced asphalt driveway 3-securitylights |
more Items. 4/11 Itpd. Picon., Liz Claiborne, Members Only, Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, Have to seel' .'. '
4734973. 2/26 tfn 1981 VW CONV. Book value$7,000, Must
Orginically Grown Healthtex, Over
PERSONAL TOUCH: Need home sell $5.700 firm. Curies Cycles 301 S. DAIRY QUEEN Owner in Calif anxious to sell. J '
1000 others. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory your or .
HOMES FOR SALE Starke 964-8843. 4/11 4-WOODED ACRES IN CITY Geiger d. Bargain at $11,5001! ,
training, fixtures, grand office cleaned? I will do it for you while 964-6020 Itchg. !, ,
etc. Can open 15 days. Mr.opening Keenan you do more important things 1972 FORD MAVERICK 1978 CHEVY CALL STREET; Home for lease or sale. Best area. Close to hospital. "

608 S. WATER STREETI By owner. 2 BR, CB ((305)) 618.3639.4/11 Itpd. Keystone Hts., Melrose, Starke area. MONIA As Is Condition Both $650.00 484 ACRES Beaut country. $444,000! Near Columbia Cry line l t f.
home.. 14681323. 11/08 tfn HERBAL LIFE supervisors become a new 4733867. Let ring. 3/21 TFchg 964.6729 or 964.8631. 4/11 2tpd 4/18. !!VERY !BEST LOCATION: 3 BR. 2 BA. Brick. House Beautiful I CHSA.'stove. I
DOCK HOUSES Modern kitchen over the source distributor and enjoy ground "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK"s Rebuilt IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 refrig, ceiling fans, 1 1'/s ac. landscaped grounds $53.500. Mlmo.a.301 |
water where shrimp crabs, and fish floor opportunity. Only 3,000 transmission" for $150 w/warranty through the U.S. Government? Get MOTELi 16 rm. turn. S roomy living quarters. 376',Hwy 301. Own.,fin.
ore plentiful season. Beautiful view. distributors nationwide. Pays on 6 (most cars). Also do standards and the facts todoyl! Call 1312742.1142 FORMERLY MAJIK MARKETAcross from HS. 301 frontage. Priced right!!.
Secluded. One acre plus at Harriet's levels. OK'd by FDA AMA. ((813)) foreign. Call 272.7607.3/284tchg 4/18 Ext. 609. 4/11 Itpd. 'BROWNLEE ROAD-36.43 ACRES Of prime property. Owner financing./'
Bluff 1'/. hours NE Starke. 9647835. 549.2457.4/11 FCAN. BABYSITTING IN MY HOMEi Infants and 1965 VALIANT PLYMOUTH good shapenew .2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In city $6,000 each. Plnebreeze off Colley Rd.
3/07 tfn ATTENTION Anyone (Including Her toddlers up to 5 years of age receive point job $350 Call after 5 .$21.5001 Single wide with family room added. 2 BR, 1 BA on % Ac.'. ',
.3 BR, 1BATH HOME Saratoga Hit., cor bailie Distributors) Interested In beingon excellent carp Weekdays, 77. Call 964.4080.4/11 Itchg. LOVELY BRICK ft CEDAR HOME 37'/. 'C.2.25O sq.ft. with FP. 4/2'/t ft !som.
n.r lot. Enclosed garage" CH/Air real ground floor of multilevel 473.7864.4/04 tfnPIANO.LESSONS ;3 BUICK LASABRE power steering, -4'/ ACRES: $12,000: On Rd. 230A and Wilson Rd. ,',
Phone 964.8652.3/21 tfn public stock company paying ((5%) five : In Your Home-. With brakes windows, AC 82,000 miles, 832 W. CYPRESS ST.: 2BR 2Ba. Owner must sell
BEAUTIFUL 3BR: 2 bath custom' built 1980 levels deep call ((205)) 265.5092, experienced teacher All ages, beginners good over all cond. $950. 964.5952 and KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: Two lots for 5500. (
home on one ocr. lot In Starke's exclusive anytime. 4/11 FCAN.C welcome. 3751343. 4/04 4tchg 6915. 4.1 Itchg. LEASE COUNTRY CHARM:3/1 on 7 ac.CHSAcompl. furn., garden,
Deerwood subdivision. Plentyof 8 C MINI STORAGE Highway 301 South 4/25 greenhouse & pecan trees '
extras, good financing and a fin. 9648848. 4/11 NEED YOUR HOUSE CLEANED Good Job LOSTFOUNDFOUND .
4 BR, I 1V BA Brick Rd. 16 E. One half acre with fireplace.
bargain at $63,900. Owner must sell for a reasonable price. Call Sandy
533 W. PRATT ST Convenient to everything.
Immediately' For an exclusive show- BOATS TREE 9647286.TRIMMINGand 4/11 Itpd. of Black & brown female, 964.4485 RAIFORD AREA CB W/CYPRESS VENEER: One acre.Z: BR, 1 BA. Approx1500sq. '. |
Ing, call Fred Pralle, Century 21, John any type yard found out on 16 west. 4/11 Itchg ft. Handsome
Interior 4 old.
Merrill Realtors In Gainesville, at work. Very reasonable call for free only yrs. ,
372-1494 or after hours at 3787856. 14f,. BASS BOAT AND TRAILER: with estimate Best to call after 500.: Kevin MISCELLANEOUSLOOKING COUNTRY CLUB10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club.
3/21 4tpd 4/11 25hp Johnson motor and electric troll- 7823729.411 2tpd 4/18. BRICK HOME RD. 230: 3 BR 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fed. bkyd. 52000.
BY OWNER HAMPTON LAKE AREA! Ing motor. like new. 2250. Call TOMMY'S LAWN SERVICE OF STARKE NOBODY! DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer luxurious home across .from |
Brick. 3 BR, 1'/. BA. Fireplace; carport 964.6943 alter 6:30: p.m. 4/11 2tchg Call 9646876. 4/11 41pd 5/2. FOR A MILLION DOLLAR MA- Starke Gall 8 Country Club. Fit for a King! "
screened porch, V-mll. west of 4/18. CLEANING SPECIAL $13.95 for'4 rooms JOR MEDICAL EXPENSE COVERAGE THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT: "Pineiong". 37 bldg. |
Hlghway.301. $95,000. 468.1576 after $3.50 per additonol room. Example: Call Desso Forman at 964-8490 after 5 lots w/paved roads. Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except terms :

6:00.3728 4tchg 4/18 LAND FOR SALE kitchen bathroom and 2 bedroom, I p.m. / 2tchg 4/1B. SECLUDED CHARMING Unique hideaway. 6 yrs. old. 5 BR. 3% BA. CHS A.
BULLDOG PUPPIES weeks old. Male
MUST BE MOVED 2 BR, kitchen LR. DR, will clean offices, MH churches, two Sep. office. In City On 7 Ac. Just Reduced to $79,900. ,"'-
$20.00, Female $10.00. 4/11 5/2.
and Laundry room. $15,000. Call 964.7270, 9646372. 4/11 Itchg. REPOSSESSED FLASHING ARROW SIGH HAMPTON LAKE Redwood 8 brick 3 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace, scrod porch.,
782-3462 after 6 p.m., ask for Geneva ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. NEW METHOD CARPET DRY CLEANING Take ROOM TO ROAM:2565 sq. ft. home on 3V Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
3/28 3tchg 4/11 3000. $300 down, $75 per mo. Call SERVICE Dry cleaning, sollguard, germicide over!$29.50 monthly Cash Discount.payments.Complete ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? A farm house w/approx. 49 Ac. on Hwy. 229. j
HAMPTON LAKE Beautiful brick home, 9645606. 10/4 tfn S carpet freshner. Owned and Big $99,000 with assum. mtg. .
3 BR;3 BA, fireplace, dock boathouse, LOTS S. ACREAGE 20 percent down operated by Don Martin & Ed Sanders. Delivered without. 502-563-6621 obligation for yourinspection BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS Own. fin. Additional available.
or acreage
shaded lot. 964.4465 Stark. 4/04 balance In five Hwy. 24 West Waldo, FL 32694'Coll
; 2tpd years financing byowners. 1-800-351-3070 for free details. 4/11 BUILDING LOTS: Bessent Rd. ((4)) 5 Oaks ((1)) Connerly Estates ((2)) Hampton; I
964-6853. ((904)) 468-1471./11 5/30
GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM Sit 12/13 tfn. 8tpd '
Oaks ((2)) Crosby Lake ((1)). Sampson lake ((1)). "
(U-Repair) Also delinquent tax ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. WOMAN DESIRES WORK as live In Companion '
property. $2,000 3 BR home.on 2 Acres In country. .ftS\-;; ..
Call 3500. $350 dn., $70 Call or child car. Call 9646220. -
805-687-6000 GH-5504 for per mo.
Information. 4/04 4125 9645606. 1/03 tfn 4/11 Itpd. w.. WILL CLEAN 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 mi.S. of Starke, next to Motley Tire Co. Exer temps.
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BY OWNER Brick house with 3/BR. 2/BA. ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY SPRING CLEANING IS HERE Call us'- hd'w. HOUSES OFFICES, M/H 10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDE Near Hampton. Only 35000. : )"
RQADi $2600. $250 dn. will clean yards and wash .. 'S *1UAAs. &.U".. >O6tt .L"M i Ac Clear w/approx. 700'on Hwy 3015. .2 |
Central heat & alQ\ ,.600.s.qlfJ) Itylpai '" $100 pal mo. your. yawp [ Have references'ond' experience ] IfIS
.it area,-2.acorN ofjonc<""O" highway tfZS.i "" Ca.fr9o4.5606.. 1/03 tin- _?? )''\.'. house down.' Call 964-811, oik IRon or' [ Stalke and fufrqundjng) areas., I deep wells, 3 septic tans, 2MH.( Butler Bldg..StoV,pond' & creek. ((
57500. Call 964-6943 nights.. 4/11 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROADi .(C227)) Silcox. Call 12 noon or after 5 pi m. 1 964-7270 or 964-6372 eves.HindiHMUM r ACRES: Only) T35,000. 10 ).c. Imp pasture. 5 Ac.' Incl: lake w/fsh.!

HOUSE FOR SALE '4/BR. 2/BA In 3500. $350 dn./ $70 per mo. Call INVEST NOW Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy. 301 |lust South of City Limits. .
9645606. 1/03 tfn REAL ESTATE I' I 13 lots available.
downtown Storke, $500.00 down 10% 'W
Call Cone. 733.0056 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD: $1.995 * *
Collect. 4/11 Itpd. per ac. $1,000 dn., $250 per mo. Call ; VACUUM EVENINGS
:3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat. 9645606. 1/03 tfn I LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 4-7408
Enclosed garage, low maintenance LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after MINIMUM DOWN Assumable $59JOO Subscribe SALE JOHN GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK JR. 744-7188
ceiling fans, nice neighborhood closeto !5, call 9645251. 3/07 tIn mortgage; like new; 2 bedroom; I TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319 NOVIS WARD 94-7454
Today NEW &
Southside Elem.' $39.900 964-3942! or OCALA NATIONAL FORESTi High and screened patio; garage; by streijm; I WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 DAVID DODGE 964-5370
9646915. 4/11 Itchg. dry wooded lots suitable for mobile community pool; superior shcools; Wl' I-'manl'l' I lur 11II
home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. West Boca; by owner. L.t' talk (::5)) KIHHYS
BY OWNER w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand 4B7.6B70. 4/11 FCAN. f
Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home In fishing Owner ((904)) 236.4579 or t'HEKAS
629.9649.3/21 12tchg 6/6
the Attrac i nestled in
country tely" 100 FT. W'ATERFRONTwith dock on & Compare! IIOI\'EHS)
trees on. ) V Ac. Greatroom w/huge
stone Crosby Lake Call 9644236. 4/11 tfn SJl4't..1 Inour.lIIl'l' to ELfoX'THOl.l'X
fireplace. CH/A cov'd patio
Off SR 16, north of Starke. Call RESIDENTIAL chg. LOT ready for construction.City 11thde Ilona' 1'ark.! FIITtH tJl'S11 : ;

964-8740 after 5 p.m.COMMERCIAL. water and sewage. 6500.00 l Iph nl h..nw'l SI-\HS Jasmin
964-7271.4111 4tchg 5/2. "" Ilt'rs polteSt'l !> Inr! l'U1111EHCIAI.nwbde : : .

PROPERTY h..mt'o Wl' repair all makes.

RENTLEASEFOR Want Ads Get Results Call for Quote I' AI Yours '... ; TVRO Systems Inc. J

Olin's Mobile Since 1957 Complete Satellite SystemsCall
SALE OR TRADE! IN STARKE Two- Hand! House Home Sales I for free home demonstration
story building on corner of Call & 18
Thompson Sts., one block from City : Portable Buildings Elaine M. Olin Agent
Hall. Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. 2/21 i' US 301 South Starke 964-6020 3 Miles north of f Over 100 Channels !

4,800 to 6,800 SQ. FT. ILD. for lease. 964.5606 1arkeon US 301
Hwy 301 South. 9648848. 4/11 Itchg. o CURLES CYCLES 473-3090 659-2524

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Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24 Plumbing SuppliesFrom :

#394-2 br. home on 3 acres, Hamp
ton. $5500.00.
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4392--S with abandoned troller, '
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well area.and 16500.partial septic$2,000, elec.down Private and Chimney- Fires Durrance Sack (!Eaurtnau & Ass cintes.> ins I

assume mtg. Are Among the Top 10 Realtor/Builder 473.7060 I
#386--2 br. mobile on 2 ac. $21,500. Home-Fire Hazards Pump : > .

Mok. offer A Dirty Chimney (- Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of BradfordCo.
*3IN.Temple Av. Co. ,
Stark. Fl 32091STRALTYOUT Also Causes Supply A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds pawed

.Heat LossSmokeFilled U.S. 301 N.64 N. Temple roads Our community water systems Owner financingfrom

'g'1i! mcoiwoiATloOKI your home Room.Prot.ct Start. Florida r_964-7061 Starke.$3950. Central to Gainesville Jacksonville Palatka and

And Family
96 .1931 473.3096 With A We Drill Wells INDIAN LAKE WOODS I

Safe Chimney v 2" to 6".. State Licensed Beautiful, high wooded, single family homesltes paved

LOTT, MECHANICAL Call: 964-8278 road with community water. One acre and more from

Heating Blankenship Chimney Sweep 695000. Excellent! terms.

& Air Appliance Conditioning ., .. 9'132teha9.' ", "I : Roberts Real Estate == ===

Installation_& Service .. i 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL

I Custom Solar Systems 964.6262 Carpet (Any Scotchgard

The Best for Less $1495 Is
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS / ? ? j' 1" Cleaning &Hen
Sales & Service 1 -COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 | __ ) Available

468.1051 or 468.2517 acres and a CB residence. Located on US (Deep Soil Extraction is Also Available)

24-Hour Service 1 301. Owners will leave all inventory, a

1 wrecker, and some equipment for the Whole House Special (Llv., Din.. Hall, 3 Br.). 59"

I buyer. Call for details.
CURLES CYCLESUS I FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . . . . 59"

301 S. Starke 1.2, ft 3 Bedroom Apts. I pecan trees, Improved pastures fenced & Furniture Cleaned (Sofa & Chair) . 4495

954-8020 cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace: Quality Low.to"'
From 150" to 297" "Not Delighted Don't ;
Excellent working farm. Work, Pay" Price

14 New? Miles.GSTOOO Reg.Shaft'4200 .WATERFRONT :2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas

Reduced' to .'2995 2 I 3 Bedrooms Available Now I I I on House Crosby is In very Lake good Inlet.condition.Seawall Good& 'dock.access Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

74 GTV750 I to the lake. Priced to sell. (Licensed & Insured)-" (Residential & Commercial)


'80 GS 850 LReducedto'1590 house 1 acre. Central) heat & air, carpet,
chain link on fenced yard. Owners anxious. specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean

i::: ESTATE ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. '
79 GS 750 1530 W. Madison ,CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL

Reduced to M095 Phone 984-6312 NEEDS, INCLUDING APPRAISALS: Senior'.. ..Citizen' .Discount Mileage Chorqe? Free Advice"

ATC 185 IUUL HUSIMFfORTVIITf Office Hours: 9 5 George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker Call 964-4997 Call

If b,,.\ ".. Reduced to 450 Terry A. Colnes. CSM Salesman If No Answer Call ((904)) 733.1308 Satisfaction Guaranteed

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Measures 24x36". 25 cent. each. Great mat and 2 female, 7823089. 4/11 \a1 "
: Looking for a Good Deal? Starke for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH Itchg. dch N SHEPHERD TWJPP S 25.00
ph. 782-3172. 4/11
F 135 W. Call St. 9646305. CHINA HUTCH 30000. .9645769. 4/11 Itpd.
TRAILERS LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to
TRAILERS TRAILERSt 5'x8'utility Itpd.
Check our prices before you pay TOO much! Ads. trailer, $650, 16' doer trailer 30" KELVINATOR ELECTRIC: RANGE like choose BROCHURE.from HONEST Send' ABE for FREE LOG
$1,700: 16' utility Holler $970; 16' lawn new 150009646303. 4/11 Itchg. '
We have trailer $1,125 10' lawn axletrailer COW TRAILER REALISTIC CB BASE HOMES, Rout One. Box B4CF. Moss
; been in business in Florida for 34 : single Tennessee 38 1$. ((615))258.3648. 4/11
$878: 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 RADIO with JB 150 watt kicker 200 to
years Designing and Custom-Building to meet --. ft. romps, $100. OllrVs Mobil Horn 1000 watt linear. Also part from a'73 FOR FCAN SALE SEARS BEST Oval braided
FOR RENT Center, Rd. 100 W, Stark.. 964-5606. Ford 3/4 ton truck. 964-8647 evenings rug
M 11'/. 17%
ft. In
YOUR specific needs. We will also complete COPY MACHINES Conon-for rent or 4/11 Itpd.REGISTER gold. Bought 6 months shades of green will sell ft

-I; YOUR home or building t ,ANY STAGE YOU MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARK I sal home.. Canon office horn copier, $799; Canon 4/11 3tpd425.REFRIGERATOR BLACK.ANGUS BULl 9648414. half price 5332521. 4/11 ogo Itpd..
Mobil. Horn or copier, $999; Canon of-
ond for rent
spaces flee for sal*. $50.00 ""
DESIRE. Recreotlonol vehicle welcome. Phon p copier $1399. Rent to own for as HELP WANTED
468.29129/16 tfn little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP 964.4002.4/11 Itchg.

In the Market for a New Home? RETAIL design STORE and remodel ON CAll STREET Wll., PARAKEETS 110 W. Call St.Many, Stark colors. 964.5764.2/21 to chaos WHEELCHAIR 4733375. 4/11 like 1 Itpd.new 200.00 Call EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER: For part
to .ult needt
your from. $10 each. Used and FOR SALE 10" I beam 7 X 32 ft. Hitch and time work. Send resume to P.O.
V' out our 3-Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special! MOBIU Call 9646305.HOMES o.k FOR for RENTi John. 3/07 On. tfn mill' 7B2.3516..4 2tpd 4/11 cage seed Jock $40 New Mail box $5. 1975 Pacer Drawer 280 Stark, FL 32091. 1/03 tfn
$850. Box 47" CRUISE SHIP JOBS I
NEW PIANO $49.99 Storage Luggage or Dog
IVa Baths, CH/A, Carport, Util., Rm. & Carpeting from chlldr.n Stark city limits. Clean. N>> checks. Call 964.6946.4/04 per month tfn nocr.dit X 25" High. Bottom half plywood top Great Income potential. All occupations

Starting at $34,800 on your lot 468.13231017 or pelt.tin Hwy 16, W. Call :3% TON HEAT PUMP (GE).- Call 964-5129 half Fiberglass $25. Fender Mount mirrors For Information call ((312)) 742-8620*xt.
for Twin 362.3/1. 4tpd 4/4
after Trailers $10. 9644119.
For More Details & Free Estimates Call: CLEAN Hwy. MOBILE 16 W. Clot HOMES: for rent. Or: ELECTRONIC 6 p.m.ORGAN Price n.gotlobl..4: $49.99 per month.No tfn. 4/11 Itpd.COLOR EXPERIENCED SALES PERSON Apply In
to Cal
prlion. TV $99 and at Olin. Mobile
964-7530 down payment. Call 964.6946.4/04 up. Next to Stark person Home Hwy
or 468.132310/07 tin tfn Truck Stop south of Stark. 9648212. 100. Stork. 3/14 tfn
rat... Palms POULTRY FARM
Apartm.nt.. 2314 N. Ternpi
FOR SALE 2 35-unlt mobile horn park. References
: building
Av.. 7/28 tin C.E. Hicks 1-879-4024, Hllllard Fla. story
964-6853 NOW 4/04 4tchg 4/25 containing 2 apt. with fireplaces on and bondable. 3734792. Must live in
TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 8R. : MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A. Iowa. Washington St. Next to Stork Elem. park. 3/28 Stpd 425GOVERNMENT
BA opt. For more Information call Loin, School.
Butler $14.99 per month. Call 96..6946.0... 961.5876.402tpd 4/11 JOBS
Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor tfn COW TRAILER. REALISTIC, : CB BASE $1S.OOO-$50,000/yr. possible All oc
tunlty Housing. 6/7 tfnchg OLD FASHIONED ICE CREAM. SODA RADIO WITH JB. 150 Watt kicker. 200 to cupations. How to Find. Call
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Mobil. Hom.. Two, FOUNTAIN (Beautiful) sacrafic 1000 watt line. Also parts from a '73 805-687-6000, *xt. 1t.550.4..4 4tchg
BR.1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnl.h.d or un.furnl.hed. Fordton" truck. 964-8647 4/25
964-6020 or 9648848. 4/11
p.r month plus lot. 4737560. 3/28-6/27' RANGE 30" GE Electric, condition BRASS BED: King site (pure brass). Complete MEDICAL SCHOOLING$BONUS On the
TRAILER FOR RENT 2 br. 12 X 60 wood
on $80.00. with firm orthopedic mattressset. Job Training. All at the governmentsexpense.
.d lot 7 ml. S. of Stork.on 301 at SR 221 9647048. 4/11 2tpd 4/18. Never used. Still In box. Cost Ages 17 thru 26. Non-prior
964.5888 day 468.1777 night. 4/11 WANTEDAXLES $1,000; sell for $385. Cash. 2692169. military only. Call 1.800.521.1316; col
Itchg. 4/04 4tchg 4/25 lect. 904-772-3351 Jack.onvllle..4
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 1 BR, hous CRESCENT BEACH CONDO Attractively 4tchg 4/25
trailer completely furnished heat and B TIRES: Two axles and four tires. iurnished. 2 BR, 2 BA across A-l-A EXCELLENT INCOME for part time horn
JANE USHER air, $60.00 per week Near Graham Highest price paid Green's Welding from beach. W/W carpet CH/A. pool assembly work. For info call ((504))
4851371. 4/11 Itchg. Shop 301 South Stark, FL. 9645007. lighted tennis courts, public boat romp. 641-8003 Ext. 9579. 4/11 EOW 5/23.
Your Union County Realtor APT. FOR RENT 1/BR. unfurnished, upstairs 11/03 tfnchg For home or investment. Bargain. DISTRIBUTORS WANTED Full or Part time
496-2126 496-2903 with fireplace. 2/BR, furnished BABYSITTER WANTED In our horn Man- Under 50000. Owner, 12646845. self motivated I will train. Call
360 W. Main St., lake Butler downstairs with fireplace. Next to Frl 8 a.m. 5 p.m. for our 3 daughters, 4/042tpd "!J I 468.2908 for appointment ONLY. 4/11
Stark. Elem. School 9645876. 4/11 7'/i yrs old. 2'/ yrs old and 15 mo.'old. 2tpd ../18UNITED
SHARE RENT and utilities with Christian $300 plus per wk will train report to

Secluded 4 bedroom lovely brick home off SR 231 near RMC. 21 FLORILAND lady non-smoker or drinker Write P.O. STARKE FLA. Stork. Motor Court. Wed April 17 (2.5( ,
Box 1033 Stork. FL32091. 4/11 Itchg. or 7:30)) No call. Apologizes last
minutes to town. Has cable, tool Extra large den with stone I FOR SALE OR RENT week cancellation. 4/11 Itchg.
fireplace. Beautiful pool and cabana sets ''this lovely home I REALTY Four 1200 sq. ft bldg. $200" per REAL ESTATE LICENSING and training
Janet M. month. Ideal for contractor., auto North Florida Real Estate College Call
apart from neighborhood. Has extras. First is I 964-7700
many lumberyard
repairs, light mlg. storage 1-755-4040.1 2tpd 4/25..
at 8% % and can be assumed with proper down payment. | 393 N. Tempi Ave. StarlingRealtor machine shop :

"Don't Pass By" Joy Thornton Associate MCDOUGALL -Skirting Decking Plumbing'Electrical
VERY NICE: 3 BR. 2 BA. 2 Ac. Hwy.
Executive home at central location in Lake Butler with approximately FOR RENT 125. 49000. Flooring..A..ltlon.Concreto'Remodeling Slabs

3 acres that fronts 2 paved streets give this property Appro. 1.000 Sq. Ft. Bldg. -5 ACRES: $11,000: 10 ACRES 1.904-786-8989 Custom Built Sheds.Pump Houses
ability to be a showplace I Could be a good candidate for j Office Space $150 per mo. Util. pro 22000. Free Estimates-Coll 473-7123
income or commercial site. vided. .4 87 ACRES: Well septic tank 17x35
-3 BR. 1 BA corner lot In city. Talman pool fenced/cross-fenced.
NEW LISTING -3 BR, 1 BA In desired area/assum. 24000. INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH?

mtg. -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. The Florida Times-Union is accepting applications for young sales
Country home setting makes this 3 BR a very attractive buy. MOTIVATED SELLERS .5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. people to sell subscriptions to new customers. Must be 14 years-
Price is right too! Approximately 4V. miles from Raiford Almost New 2 houses, exc. cond. -20 Ac.: Cov'd in pines. older. Excellent commissions paid. Transportation
For Sale -50 or pro
Owner will finance. Ac.: 50000.
Ideal for prison employee.
Large Building Owner -3 BR. 1 BA: Country. 25500. vided E.O.E.
NEW LISTING Old homestead home. 38.2 ac of LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE Call 964-5165 for detail
land road frontage on two .Id... Extra 'SERVICE' STATION $40.000
.-block from Main Street Lake Butler. Walk to shop Owner Ig. barn.
anxious will help in financing. Must see. LOOKING FOR LAND ((904)) 782-1931: INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH
181 Ac. Bradford Co.; 198 Ac. Union; P.O. Drawer M TELEPHONE SOLICITOR NEEDEDSell
114 Ac. Union Co.. 301 S. Law ley
_. subscriptions for the Florida Times Union from the comfort of your own home.
Set your own hours. Be your own boss. No quotas Not a salary position but on
.-: .""'" :::o: "" ..;;= .-. -'-: ;; excellent commission structure.

e rnn n t v4 __ Phone 96t.5165for details, E.O.E.,
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221 W. Lafayette Street Applications are now bthig taken for Thn.s-Onion Morning

il#' Starke. FL 32091 i Piper Routo. Applicants must b* able to post a cash bond,

'. havo reliable transportation and tobphono..

: AJ'1 964-5065 .. &,\ CALL 964.5165 8 to 5 Mon.-Frl.

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SUSAN REDDISH Dear Friends: Member of Million
Manager Dollar Club ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. )

A little more than a year ago Faulkner Realty joined with *
Tiffin & Owens Inc. Since that time the best real estate Realtor

service In the area has gotten better! + a Formerly FAULKNER REALTY

u*,=o 221 W. Lafayette St.-Across from Wishbone
All the Associates whose pictures > -j see here join me In Mon.-Frl.':30 a.m.-S:30: p.m.
saying "Thank you for making this possible." We sincerelywant Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 noon
your business and promise you the excellent service I

you expect. r0' 964-5065
Included In that service are the following : "Tdk Advantage of Our Exclusive
no m
A. America's best home warranty; .w NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM

B. money at competitive rates ;
I C. Sellers Security Plan (If we can't sell *$1375 Per Acre. 50 Acre parcel

your home we'll buy It) ;* *LAKE LOTSI I Only 15% down. Owner financing. Broker-Owner.
D. Professionally trained associates that *GREENHOUSE I B.outlfullondscop.d corner lot. Nice brick home with over
keep your best Interest In mind! 1700 .q. ft. Must ...1
E. ERA'S exclusive National Referral Service. *BEAUTIFUL lot 1.89 acres In Hampton Oaks.

1 Let us show you our appreciation by offering you the complimentary A 2 acre lot with well and septic off 225.
services below. 10 Acres with fish pond just outside of Lowtey. Moke offer
. HWY 16 east 18 acres for the Investor. Excellent price.
t f' Yours truly. HWY 100 west 5 acres for the Investor. Excellent price.
4 *Across from lake Geneva 3BR/2BA CH/A, fenced yard ready to sell.
A+ / *4 BR, 10 Ac Farm 7m Dn just over 400 month.
; __ ELISE JOHNS *Commercial property 3 ac plus 8 ac tract In City just off 301.
William D. Tiffin 5,000 Dn 372 Mo will produce 225 positive cash flow.
SUZANNE KITCHENS Some limitations do apply.
REALTOR *Lowtey, off HWY 225 17 acres of lush pasture.
*40 acres with nice ham A clean pecan trees
l II .there an opportunity In real estate for you? *Madison St. 3BR/38A with a circle drive.
Thousand of people have discovered a rewarding and challenging careerin *Comm. 301 N. 600 ft Rd frontage A 439 rd frontage.

As real your male local ERA real estate broker we can help you find out for yourselfif *Graham ".5 acres with lovely 3BR/2BA home.
ours is a business you might enjoy Don't miss this 3BR/1 BA home close to schools on HWY 16 W.
Start by mailing in this card or better yet give us a call. Hh: o ...p. 100 S. 2 story C/B home remodeled CH/A, with small down payment owner

T YOU MAY. QUAUFV FOR A FREE SCHOLARS) ,' sra will finance the balance.
4" *Let me show you this very unique house In Lake Butler
Please send me your brochure, *Lovely building site approx 2Vi acres out past hospital joins country club.
"A real estate"Name y
career in
1 ocr with M.H. 2 rooms built on needs finishing only 17.500.

_____ 1 acre on Lafayette st with large BR 2 BA C/B home. 51900.
'/ acre with M.H. plus built-on, priced to sell 16,000.
Address *South St. 4. BR 2 BA (SOLD).
Raiford. 3 BR 1 BA (SOLD).
Phone *Off Pratt St. 4. BR I BA (SOLD).
Nice 20 acre farm with beautiful pecan trees nice 2 BR country home.
4 I Al need to know
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*Reduced. Home on Church St. remodeled nicely, 35000.
Each office Independently owned and operated in Real Estate! BOB MATTHEWS *Horn In country with 3 BR 1 BA only 25.000.
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location. 15.000.
REX SIEMER *Reduced cute little frame ham In convenient
WHAT COULD YOU SELL YOUR HOUSE FOR *Call to see this All Cypress home with many extras on 2 acre plus, 56000.
*4V4 ocr. North of town (SOLD).
*35 Acre of land ready for you to cut timber C build your dream horn In

GOOD FOR A HOME country priced right 57000.
*Cut summer horn with access to Silver lake 2 BR 1 BA on large shady lot.
MARKET ANALYSIS *3 acres with D.W. Mobile Home and many extras.
j *Just starting out. Priced In the 30's 3 BR 1 BA home.
/T Kcply pr.jmplK (fur ., .. divide .
Susan Faulkner Reddish.REALTOR
!j'! Name 1I Sales Manager. Evenings 44-404
4 Irene L. Faulkner f........2 Ills.Johns 533-2114
,: AH you need to know .. ....7630
Rex SI...... .7:1-2120: Su. "" Kitchens'
""tlrc" in Real Estate.: Bob Matthews''''-7211 Lou Young.....712.
t Eterlnxik .ally "'_"'H. lne. Carol Werner'......992

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Phone,. cownvldndoIxvaled.I .

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FREE! Over RAT- Buy Sell and trade Used furniture SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PMMPIl" PVC; PRICED TO SELL Desirable 3BR. 2BA,

t. $200 .W .:. appliances, household Items, pipes and fittings., Water. softener. from homes 1.660 tq. ft., spill BR plop,
collectables, glassware, old jewerly, Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.. fireplace, screen porch. Financing considered -
\ worth of supplies. FOR RENT NOTICE tools, etc .7.3.21113 tfnchg 7/26 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg $49,500. 4733929. 3/21 tfnchg
LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series MINIMUM DOWN Assumable $59,700
when you buy a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS '. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub' choose from. Send for FREE organ with double keyboard,. base mortgage; like new; 2 bedroom;
REALTY ,mined to the Lake Region Monitor office BROCHURE, HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, pedals and rhythm section $795. Call screened patio; garage; by' stream,
SWiNTEC 8000 R.ntal Property Avallabl. In writing and paid .in advance Route One, Box 84CF, Moss, Tennessee 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 community pool; superior schools,
1 BR, 2 IA lake Santa F. Unfurnished. unless credit Is already establishedwith 38575. ((615)) 2583648. ItFCAN weekends for appointment to see. tin West Boca: By owner Let's talk ,((305))
r electronictypewriter. No p.t. $400 per month. this office $20.000 YEARLY POSSIBLE Prepare at SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26, 2Vi miles 487-6870. ItFCAN
i 2 BR, 2 BA Gator bon.lake. Completely MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BEHELD home .for Post Office Clerk Carrier east of Mekose, Hedge plants, 3 for$1.
t \ furnished. $400 per month and $400 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN employment examinations.' Free '$S limit.12/20 tfnchg LAND FOR SALE

.curlty deposit. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN. OVER details Write: Federated (FL3)). Box MICROWAVE OVEN Hot Point Countertop -
OFFICI SPACE At Keystone Center. THE TELEPHONE. 3006 Hattlesburg MS 39403. ItFCAN model Quality range hood with
$ $200 p.r month and $200 security Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon HERBAL LIFE SUPERVISORS become anew fan and light. 473-4648 LAKE LOT. Hlllcrest lake 13500.
799 Owner will finance $164 month.
deposit. prior to Thursday publication. source distributor and enjoy .v.nlnga-473.2210 days, tfn per
I IR, FURNISHED efficiency cottages.By Minimum charge is 15 words for$2.75, ground floor opportunity. Only 3,000 BRASS BED King slie (pure brass) with 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 tank
/ ACRE Corner fenced lot septic
week or month. then 10 cents for each word thereafter. distributors nationwide. Pays on 6 firm orthopedic mattress set. Never used
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY levels. OK'd by FDA, AMA. ((813)) still In box. Cost over $1,000, sell and light pole Halfmoon Lake, $4,000.
licensed Real Estate Broker.473-4961 SERVICES 5492457. ItFCAN for $385 cash 269.2169 4tchg 4/4-4/25 Call 1.783.1132 4tchg 4/11-5/2
6/21 tfnchg PERSONAL $ATTENTION$ Anyone (Including Herbal 2 TON BRYANT Central A/C unit for LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto
i --4! Life Distributors) interested In being mobile home. In excellent condition. move on. Power, well, septic and

GENEVA LAKE ESTATES Unfurnished 3 CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, on real ground floor of multilevel $500. Call 473-7771 or 473-7857. Itchg fence 7000. 3920985 or 3727294.
big bedrooms, fireplace. Keystone kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. public stock company paying ((5 percent 4/11 Ask for Linda. 4tchg 4/4-4/25
schools. $400 p.r month. 475-2647 Reasonable prices. Call 473.4018 after ) five levels deep call ((205)) REPOSSESSED FLASHING ARROW SIGN I 10 ACRES Twin Lakes Road Keystone
Broker. 3/21 tfnchg 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 265-5092 anytime. ItFCAN Take over $29.50 monthly payments. Heights. $28,000. Owner will finance.No .
MELROSE Unfurnished 2BR with CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations. ATTENTION Herbal Life Distributors Complete) Big cash discount. mobile homes. 473.3598 otter 6

sunroom. Access to lake Swan. $300 Free estimates. Ten years Find out why other distributors are Delivered without obligation for your PETSDOBERMANMIXED
Memory storage up to 8000 p.r month. 475.2647 Broker. experience. Coll 473.4217 and ask for switching to a new fantastic ground Inspection. 502.563.6621 or
characters 3/21 tfnchg Craig. 5/17 tfnchg floor opportunity. Call cllect 1 ((813)) 1-800-551-3070 for free details. ItFCAN
HOUSE FOR RENT Lake Geneva completely HANDYMAN: All kinds of home repairs, 936-6090 or 1 ((813)) 2756256. ItFCAN MASONIC TEMPLE Diamond studded PUPPY Mole 3V
Instantly produces frequentlyused furnished Available April 1. mobilehome repairs, and fix-up needs lapel pin. Value $225. Special $125. months, gold & tan, all shots, very lov
correspondence 473.2455.3/28 tfnchg No lob too small. Minor plumbing YARD SALE Call 473-4441 evenings. 2tpd 4/11.4/18 ing. $20 to good home 475 2730
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR. 1'h BA, Fla. repairs. Cleaning service, light hauling BEDROOM SET Full-slae bed with Melrose. Itchg 4/11
172 character correction memory room w/firepace.| CH&A dishwasher Call Jim 473,3671 day or evening bookcase headboard, box springs'A AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies.
High print line visibility lets you drapes, parfially furnished near 5/17 tfnchg. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Hwy 100 8 mattress, dresser with mirror, chest of Black i tan. Parents on premlces. $150.
see every character as typed schools-lake access. $325 monthly & paM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing Jasmine. Saturday only. Lots of mist drawers 4 2 nlghtstands. Good condi 473-7517. Itpd 4/11
deposit 4737566. Itpd 4/11 Items. 4733412. 1 Itchg 4/11 tion. $350. 475-2514 4/11
raking light hauling, tilling. Call Itchg
Automatic feed, centering, SATURDAY, APRIL 13 Bolden
In front of
10 ACRE FARM Large mobile home, 473.7607 or 4732409. 1/3 tfnchg SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE Flashing arrow
underlining indenting, flush right barn, chickens, fenced In. $350 mon- FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing Industries, Hwy 26, Melrose Clothes, sing. New otherwise. $249 complete.Save Rooms *
furniture & household Items .
Functions as a bidirectional thly. Call 473-7190or 17685262. Itchg Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac Itchg $220. Four left. Factory warranty.

printer with virtually any 4/11 4732521. tfnchg 1/24 4/11 Exceptional bargain! 1 ((800)) 423-0163 To Rent *
3 BR, 2BA Block house on Lake Geneva GENERAL HANDYMAN ft FIX-IT SERVICE anytime.. Hale Signs. (Not a repossession -

computer available May 1. through Sept. 1, Cert-, Yard work, garden roto-tilling chainsaw CARS, TRUCKS ). ItFCAN Weekly MOnthly
Only 21 moving parts internally tral HI A, $400 per month. Call work tree trimming carpentry, & BOATSNEED RADIATOR AND PARTS for 429 car
Factory warranty 473.7292.4/11 tfnchg roof repairs, painting, any kind of odd engine Call 475.3359 after 4 p.m. or Or By the Night
lob. Call 473.3321. 4tpd 3/21-4,1, can see at house next to old Located by "
in Free Starke Post
Over Office
$200 Supplies
Call Joyce 4737122. Jeans hemmed transmissions for $150 with warranty. HAHN LTD 500 Riding mower. 8 h.p. Excellent -

More than a year's supply.* WANTED TO RENT June 1. 3 or 'more rips and tears, clothes making Most cars, also do standards and condition. $400. 473-3752 Itchg Reasonable Rates-

25 ribbons bedroom furnished home In Keystone: References.CARMICHAEL'S. foreign. Call.272-7607. 4tchg 3/28-4/18 4/11 Magnolia Hotel
Repsonsible adult with one child. Local PAINTNG Interior, exterior
24 lift-off correction tapes references. 475.3516 evenings. 4/Jr. references. Call 473-7517 3/14 .

tfnchg ,, tfnchg
3 Daisy WheelsTo DOCK BUILDERS Bulk heads, decks,,
.boathouses. Quality construction"* YARD SALE WANTED
quality: HELP WANTED
1 Must be purchased anytime from Allen Brothers Construction CALL Union
11 to March 31.1985 904-282-4964 904-685-2140. Freeestimates.
February or
2 Fill out and mail'us your 4/11-5/2
Warranty card for elderly woman.. Room, board and 4tchg Lake Street Lots of misc. items Itchg HOME ASSEMBLY WORK for Info. call
.Invoice(must be original copy) salary. Call weekdays, 473-2193, LAWN MOWING AND ALL TYPES OF AdsREAL 4/11 504-641-8003 ext. 8401. 4tpd
.The toil serial number found on the weekends and nights 473-7947. Itchg YARD WORK Reasonable rates, County FOR SALE
side of the shipping carton 4/11 473-4512.4/112tchg4/18. .
3. Proot ol purchase must be postmarked FOR RENT
\ no later than April IS 19B5 to eligible .
4.ThIS offer IImlled, to retail'purchasers only ESTATE C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWN Save up to $80
Dealers and distributors excluded Steve MACHINE Sews heavy or lightmat.rlal.
are BroadwayTREE
mo. 13.000 miles a y.arl) PINES QUALITY -
Brand new, only used threetimes
" 'Thi,induilry' standard ol/OKI year't supply is SERVICE .,' '1983 DW MOBILE HOME 24x56, LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO. 496-2338. Itpd 4/11 LIVING. Laundry Pork, Recreation
p 20-24 ribbons : 3BR/2BA furnished, I'll find Just Car Pools FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE.
CH&A shingledroof PERTY If I don't have it. It BY OWNER! 4 BR, I /t BA Home. FencedIn
t swintec Hl'mm..tI'; large front deck w/lakeview, op ask. JANE S. USHER, REALTOR. yard dishwasher, central HSA. Reasonable Sr 121 lake Butler
prox. Iocr., excellent condition, 496-2126 or 496-2903, eves. "Your $32,000. Shaw Subdivision, 496-2669. 496-2366. ufn 12/13
CORPOHAriON Trtmmmt $38,000 with assumable mortgage. S. Union County Realtor./ 8/04 tfn
4/11 9/02
23 Poplar St.East Rutherford NJ 07071 4tchg
Stump Kc-mowil Melton 473-7741. 4/4 tfnchg Like New All Brick Home. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1983 SUZUKI I2S COMBINATION FOR SALESPINETCONSOLE

THE Piri'XMMxi( (32.000 3/2 doublewide mobile homeon family room two inside utility rooms, MOTORCYCLE! 6400 miles Exc. cond.
lovely 3-acre wooded lot. Drapes, central heat/air, double carport fenced
h helmet
included Call
t' ;':. OFFICESHOP Five Kstimati carpeting A/C. Fishing hunting. yard. 160 N.E. 9th Ave. Lake Butler.Owner 496.2736.4/11 2tchg 4/18 PIANO
473.4732 Perfect country living. Immediate occupancy financing 481.4470.Z-chg: BARGAIN.Wonted: Responsible partyto
"ow.CoIiS' ((904)) 9350139. 1tFCANSubscribe 4/4-11 take over low monthly payments on
.' .,64.5764 1 II 1S.o.ku After 5 P.M. \ room porch. Will setup spinet piano. Can be seen locally.
,. on your lot In Union County. Other
Write Credit
.. Flo < Managers P.O. Box 537
Keystone Heights I PERSONAL SERVICES areas considered. $18,000. Not atrall.r Shelbyvllle. IN 46176.3pd.321.411TWO
t.'I Licensed & Insured must see to appreciate. Call BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOMEontree
.W ..... 4962554.
r shaded lot on SR 18 In Union Coun
Package deal; :2" or 4" wells, water STRAWBERRIES U-Plck. 35 cent a lb. We ty. Owner financed. Just built 3
pumps, new Installation of septic pick, $6 a flat. Bring containers. Open bedroom 2 bath home, fully carpetedwith
I f '. j! tanks, drain fields and lift stations $ a.m. Mon. thru Sat. Go south on 121 enclosed small
Mobile home poles available. All work paw LaCrosse three miles,.tu.ro right garage acreage
\ ''' 1 .1 j 'near" Worthington Springs. Call
CEDAR-RIVER J '' ti ) i.j li! guaranteed call Tommy Dorman on NW ZZnd then left Into field Call for 4963068.
\ '.1 494.4939 or EveningV'tall
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HOUR SERVICE Need or 4621774..tI 2tchg 4/16
l I' 24 a new pump HOUSEHOLD ITEMS FOR SALE Brass bed-
,, work ? If call Lee's SMALL LOTS
\ on your old one so, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS site brass
king (sure ) complete w/f irm
-- \ Pump Sales 8 Service New 8 Used I to 5acres, small down pay.
SEAFOOD orthopedic mattress set, never used
/ '\ pumps available. Call Tim, 2596146. ment. Owner financing available Call still In box. Cost over $1,000 sell $385
4/11 4tpd 5/02 496-2425 or 496-25"0.4/11 2tchg 4/18
$ ] cash. Call
: 269-2169.
4X4Black w/custom trim,
6--;<:; } Hot lunches provided Becky Harvey, INSURANCEMAINES step-side standard, a/c, ps/pb am/fm
'OYSTER : 4/11
BAR :J. "' 4962493. Itpd case stereo, tinted windows, slidingrear

'" .1 : INSURANCE window chrome rims on Q 78
sitffrfsssfrsssssss/ tfJ' REAL ESTATE LICENSING and Training AGENCY 160 S.
f North Florida Real Estate College Call Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 496-3978. mudders. Runs great looks better.
,/ ; rI' 17554040. 4/11 3tpd 4/25. Complete Insurance Service TFN. $6200. Call ((904)) 431.1280.2-pd 4/4.11
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April 11,1885 Pace liB
touched or fondled lh!hnv
; News Briefs cording to Deputy Sammy Eunice. when police were called to a disturbance. ,' .eluded about 4 p.m. Lawson was-arrested April 2 at
Bond was set at$35. .,Bond wa sset! at$52.50 Kelly Elwell said the Bradford County 10:30: p.m. and released on his own
t was released on his or recognizance, Sheriff's Office received a complaintin recognizance, n'-:ording to Lt. John
Clyde Conner of Starke was arrested February against Lawson, 42, of Dempsey. I
,., March Record Month New Police Policy April 6 fr driving under influence Starke Man ChargedLewd Starke. Attorney Johnny Hobbs
For Bradford Rescue ,, according to Trooper D. F. 'Assault The complaint alledged that on represented Lawson in court Mon
}\\ At Lawtey DepartmentIn Pescia. Conner's blood alcohol con- An attorney for a Starke man three separate occasions Lawson day. _
Bradford Rescue reports another response to increased criminal tent was.14 percent..Bond was set at charged with lewd assault enteredan
responded month to with a total of 111 calls activity in the City of Lawtey the $325. oral plea of not guilty. April 8 In
by the units,
according following have been Bradford Circuit Court. Family
to Supervisor Cliff Chapman. procedures Gregory Mark Weeing of St.
J. R."Jim"Lawson member"ofthe
enacted the a
February total of calls was 108,the according by to Police police Chief department M.M,Jordan Augustine was arrested April 7 for Bradford County school Board, Hair Designers
i f' highest ever in the and intoxication,
ford history of Brad. : battery disorderly was Indicted April 2 by a grand Jury
Rescue. .
1. Occasional according to Patrolman Dwight In Starke for "lewd assault
foot-patrol utilizing upon a
During the Groves Welcomes Back
r total month of March the portable radio in an attempt to child under the age of.14." :'
/ runs required 76 transports of The 16-member
stealthily discover criminal County
f 77 patients actkvitiy Kirk Travis of Starke
35 calls required no in progress, and to apprehend Kelly 28 grand Jury heard the case against ,
transporting. violators. was arrested April 6 for disorderly Lawson from six witnesses Including -,
I 1' The back-up unit made 12 runs. 2 Patrol of the city in unmarked intoxication, according to a boy subpoenaed by Assistant \ ,", ::
Flight made two transports and Patrolman Groves. Kelly was arrested -
vehicles Elwell. :
utilizing portable radio,and AttorneyThomas ; "Roy Yarberry
Life Flight from at the Pinehurst Trailer Park
r made one Baptist Hospital visual enhancers. The session began at 9 a.m.and con- .

Most transport.patients, 44, were unusual 3. Patrols days and and times.surveillances on (The Perfectionist)
transported Bradford Hospital. 4. Close attention to all persons Where
Ten were taken to Alachua General moreAmericans
and vehicles which seem to be involved
Hospital, six to Shands Hospital,
; in drug violations and coordination -
three to North Florida
Regional of information with state finda
Hospital and three to the VA, all in authorities (Florida Department of
Gainesville.One Criminal Law Enforcement) who ,:. April 15
patient was taken to
have promised cooperation and who bigger refund
Lakeshore Hospital in Lake City, have solicited this information.In .
one to Jacksonville Memorial addition to the proceeding, the
Medical Center and three to the Bradford County Sheriff's Department
1 Naval Air Station in Jacksonville.
has assured us of their
f One assist was given Rescue 50 cooperation in regular observationof Call for YourAppointment
(Lake Butler) and one assist to activitiy inside the city, said Jor
26 of the Hospital.calls were illness related, dan.Also the citizens of Lawtey are in- H&R BLOCK 3. .. Y,. P .. ,
14 were to patients with respiratory
vited to report any and all suspected
trouble, nine were to people in criminal behavior and be assured We can't promise everyone
trauma and eight were trauma that all such information will be investigated Found Trace tr Daniel (ln's-' but In a recent survey of 964.7303We
related to automobile accidents. and treated as confidential. customers who got refunds. 3
Eight calls were to cardiac patients, out of 4 believe they got bigger
three were emotional distress, two $513 I refunds than if they did their
were overdose victms and five calls Recent ArrestsIn own taxes. 3 out of 4t
were obstretic related.
Three people were dead when the Bradford CountyThe What can we find for ?'
rescue unit arrived, five calls wre
following individuals were ar
would like to take this
cancelled and four calls wre false rested in Bradford County by local oppor
alarms. One special detail was also authorities. StarkeSR to thank customers for
handled by rescue. Keystone Hgts. tunity our

Fire CallsTwentyone John R.Morgan,29, of Starke was 21 N 473-3646 964 N. Temple 964-8286 their business. \o or
arrested April 5 for false statementas
fire calls handled to financial ,
were condition or identity,
. by the Quick Response Unit. according to Lt. Glen Moore.
Twelve calls were to brush fires,two Morgan is charged with falsifying a
to structure fires, two to dumpsterfires credit card application. Bond was FTERWILLEGARr
one to a woods fire. One call set at $500, he was released on his "Coming
was an assist to Union County and promise to appear in court. -
one was to assist Rescue 61 with a Ann'sCountry I
motor vehicle accident. Terry Sinclair Watkins, 18, of MOTORS" i- I
Two calls were cancelled enroute, Starke was arrested on a capias for Gift Shop .
said Chapman. attempting to elude and evade, ac .

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