Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01336
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01336
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A dryer weekend is in store for Bradford County. Ugol) Notte. . . . .Pag 10 :' yG141 v ZLL
The weather front which brought the thunderstorms last Satur- BC Doth, . . . .Pag**7 GPlyESday
moved off the northeastern Florida coast Tuesday afternoon. > '
Forecast this week is for cooler nights down to the mid-50s and '
warm going into the mid-80s. SECTION M2 Pog*. ,
No rain is for few Topping OH . . . .Pag. to
expected a days. Swin Sol.. . . . .P' 1.?a
Over five inches of rain fell the PKY
on county over the 4-day period ..' Sol.' . . . . ... ".5 The Sweetest Strawberries ISRARY
Saturday-Tuesday. WPXE Radio measured 4.12 inches Saturday. . . . . .P.S' This Side of Heave F FLA. HISTORY
It brings the year-to-date rainfall about up to average around C.lm.YSc.n.. . . .Pog.. '.11 106th Year STAKKE, FLORIDA isCenK'ConvVSPS

10-ll inches. Se. KH D.ath.. . . . .P. 71 39th Issue Thursday April Ib, !!H5 062-700 APR 2 b 1985

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Fair Midway Open... ::1 j iiJ) (" :;/\ City

The midway( is still open at the ,' ; Iff. Ig'o1'.1 / ,
Bradford County Fair Grounds. ; f \\' I t'I Dumping Fee
There is no admission charge and !I' y I I
for $3 tonight (April 18) from 6 to J (li* ., 1i t tI.
11 p.m. you can ride as many time ( ,
,I as you want. Friday (April 19) I.. ,t ;;k\J f
from 6 p.m. to midnight the i i ( 'EH '. I tabled which is that garbage is not being
unlimited ride offer will cost you !it. J w" If Tuesday night properly compacted. These citations
, $6. r-,,1' 'W .yr 11. '" a ,1s: 4. from Bradford have resulted in the County
!! Plan to use us your advance ; + f $25,000 per year operating the landfill without a per
tickets and enjoy the rides, concessions i..( : county's landfill at mit."The
before .. !' j Board of County Commissioners
and games they pack .. "',-= rJII.
'J from the county is in the process of
night's city negotiating with the Suwannee
1 Baby-Sitting Clinic 1 ,, been expected. Valley Water Management Districtto
Bobby possibly swap around 150 acres of
baby-sitting clinic is being offered the letter up at the land, which has been donated by
1 at the First United Methodist I meeting, Com John Odom and Ronnie Newman, for
Church for boys or girls, 10 years i I. Schaefer moved some land adjacent to tha Keystone
and up. table it The motion landfill, whatever amount can be
Certificates will be given those ,, ( negotiated, which should help
who complete the course which 1 e asking bids on a gar alleviate some of the problems
begins April 22nd at 7:30 to 8:30: to cost some relating to the landfill.
p.m., for three consecutive Monday I \ J J1 no way to
evenings. p, t "The Board, at its regular

Special speakers and partical ; \ Chairman Maxie meeting Monday, April 1, instructed
1 training will help you know more r i a i it, conservatively, me as its clerk to contact the City of
about the care of children. i r' some $100,000 per Starke relative to the landfill The
Registration for the course is $2. the landfill. Starke Board asked that the City of Starke

1 Anyone interested in more information Top Academicians at BUS... -tourth of the gar. seriously consider contributing
or applying for the course is to the landfill, $25,000 per year to help defray a fair
j I asked to please call the church office The nine students earning straight-A's for the fourth Valerie Jenkins. should pay portion of the costs of operating the
I 964-6864. six-weeks grading period at BUS are (1-r): Second row: Kim Brown. Amy Chang, cost of operating landfill for residents of the City of
Brown Penny llsieh, Jason Broun, and Jody \
First row: Marie Innocent, Melissa Todd, and figures, or Starke.
1 The Board would appreciate it if
School Meetings... from a study of you would bring this matter up at

In an effort to get input from all 9 Earn Straight-A's at BHSNine [ the landfill your regularly scheduled meeting
1 county schools before the budgeting sanitarian Darrell Tuesday evening and advise the
process begins, the Bradford School Bradford County Board of County

:. Board has set a series of meetings or .94 percent of the Three seniors, one junior, and five Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown of written by Clerk Commissioners of the City of
. in the coming weeks. 1,050-member student body at Brad freshmen earned straight-A's. The Miss Brown is enrolled in Bobby Biggs, Starke's position and" willingness to
'; The board seeks, in an informal ford High School earned staight-A's A-B honor roll includes 18 seniors, 27 typing, business English I, and : contribute this sum.
! setting, to know what each school for the fourth six-weeks grading juniors, 23 sophomores, and 37 II. -Commissioner The city has been dumping its gar
needs so the needs can be considered period which ended March 21. freshmen.. Marie Innocent, daughter of : bage in the county for the past 10
I in making up a new budget. Another 105 students, or 10 percent students and Mrs. Antoine Innocent the Department of years, since the Department of En
Straight-A are, by grade:
Board Chairman Patricia Spengler of the student body, earned all A's Raiford. Miss Innocent is Regulations has vironmental Regulation forced the
, says the views of parents, teachers and B's for places on the A-B honor Seniors: County in several closing of the old city landfill on
and administrators, and anybody Kimberly L. Brown, daughter o( the landfill one of Laura Church Road.

)ji, are welcome. *r .
- Meeting dates and times-are: r .. ..

j J; April-Hampton Brooker 22, 7 Elementary Elementary: :Tuesday Monday,, roll.Mother of Hit Child Board I IIt

, April 23, 7 p.m.Southside .
Elementary: Thurs ed school crossing guards Mrs. Bed are on school SR-l00 the City of Starke volunteered to serve on the school
took 13 stitches to close the gashin Duncan
; 25 7 board committee and Supt.
day, April p.m. Board to share the
and asked this
the forehead of six-year-old Tom narz explained, why school property. In going
.Starke will
Thursday an
Elementary: name
does not. that limit the school board is guards.
one ,
Bednarz where he was struck by Parrish
my member J.T.
May 2, 7 p.m.Lawtey the mirror of a Audi on CR-l00( ) at She was accused, very politely, of ing itself to a liability."I J.T. Parrish estimated Board it will cost $3.350 per ear
: Tuesday
Elementary ,
crossings are also
Southside Elementary School. being argumentative. And, the don't think anybody is
May 7,7 p.m. school board members, ad get out of responsibility" said schools such for one crossing guard working
Bradford Middle School: Thurs. There was no crossing guard on ministrators, and the school !board Duncan."It tey, and Hampton. about two hours per day. Going with
day, May 9, 7 p.m. duty as the kindergartner dashed in attorney pointed out repeatedly the sounds like it to me," said seven crossing guards would cost
Bradford High School: Monday, to the road and was hit by the mirrorof school board is not responsible for Bednarz, who said this is the Ullit'w the Jimmy school Crosby board $20,000 Parrish said. half the
May 13, 7 p.m. the vehicle on his way home to the getting children to school. The school system she's seen The City of Lau tey pays
the will work
city the
Vo-Tech Center: Tuesday, May Orangewood Apartment complex school board's responsibility begins school crossing guards. board the cost of a policeman to guard Board
on pro- school pointed out
14, 7 p.m.A with Jim across the road from Southside only when a child steps onto a school "Maam, we understand you Member zone Judy Becker. That's the offer
conflict Supt.
Elementary. bus or onto the school grounds, they upset" said attorney would establish should make to
school board
schedule caused the the
Duncan's Monday night, April 15, Tommyand explained."I've reiterating that the school board at which a street Chairwoman
meeting with district office his mother, Sharon Bednarz, attended always felt it the respon-- no responsibility off school Sup Duncan the city suggested
employees to be postponed, with a the school board meeting.But sibility of parents to get their Attorney Brown said, Patricia Spengler. Mrs
date yet unset.Upcoming.. frustrated Mrs. Bednarz left said "Thank you for coming.
children to school veteran the school board recognizes Rodney Hall sug told Mrs. Bednarz. adding
unsatisfied with the Spengler
... the meeting board member Rodney Hall. a problem, particularly at board and city ap she knew it was a bad time for the
school board's response Board members, Supt. Jim Dun Elementary, and the board is and move on the mother."It .
A covered dish supper is set Mrs. Bednarz asked the school can and attorney Terry Brown ex sidering taking responsibility was a scare I tell \ou." Mrs
Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30: p.m. by board to provide crossing guards. plained the school board is legally lot more than it has to. Brown proposal. Chair. Bednarz said.
the Starke Shrine Club. All Shriners Other towns where she lived provid- responsible for students when they Mrs. Bednarz of the proposal Spengler

and their guests are welcome.The I
Strawberry Invitational

Golf Tournament set April 12-13, vertin e-less Plan
was rained out. It has been Pay
rescheduled for May 18-19 at the
Starke Golf and Country Club. For

more info, see the sports pages of L

this- week's public Telegraphs.A hearing in the. case of To City Commission for Study. 't ..

suspended vo-tech cosmotology in -

structor Betty Stevens Hutson is A plan working firemen and Policeman can work up to 42.75 I advised? I'm the fire '+r,
scheduled April 29 at 7 p.m. The policemen without paying overtimewas hours per week under the same Schaefer said. It should have
hearing will be held whether or nota placed before Starke commissioners rules, attorney Hobbs said. presented to the Fire
replacement has been appointedfor for their study Tuesday Fireman work 24 hour shifts, chairman before it was .,> "
suspended school board night, April 16, by attorney Johnny creating the possible overtime situa in public, said Schaefer, so :..w .
member J.R. (Jim) Lawson. It was Hobbs of the office of city attorney tion. Policemen do not work 24 hours firemen could have been
first thought a full board would be Terry Brown. shifts and is it easier to keep down ed. Schaefer said the .
required for a for the hearing, but No action was taken on the proposal overtime in that department.The shouldn't read it in the paper
Supt. Jim Duncan says that has at the request of Commissioner flap on overtime pay came they know what it's about. ;
been researched and found to be Charles Schaefer, Fire Committee about when the U.S. Supreme Court Newly appointed Fire
unnecessary.The chairman. reversed a 10-year-old stand that Dwayne Hardee also said
Starke zoning board meets Under new federal regulations, a fireman and policeman were ex Brown hadn't consulted with
next Thursday, April 25, at 7 p.m. fireman can work 212 hours in any 28 empt from drawing overtime pay. about the new pay plan as .
in city hall. day period, or 53 hours per week, Attorney Hobbs explained the U.S. Hardee would have liked.
The Bradford County zoning without becoming eligible for over. Department of Labor has not yet Attorney Brown apologized ,
board meets April 30 at 7 p.m. in time, attorney Hobbs pointed out. issued a ruling on how the hours touching all necessary bases. r
the Starke city hall. Further, if a fireman can sleep un should be computed under the said he was under the
Next Chamber mixer is set next disturbed for a five-hour period each Supreme Court's new ruling. The office was under direction to
Thursday, April 25, from 5:30: until day and if he is given three hours of federal Wage and Hour Bureau in on the overtime pay by the
7 p.m. at WPXE Radio, the sponsoring uninterrupted meal times, a total of Jacksonville says it will be 90 to'180 meeting.
organization. Free advertising 11 hours can be subtraced from on- days before a ruling is made. A Chief Dwayne Hardee... '
will be given away as door duty time each day. That leaves only booklet from the National League of
prizes and someone will be pickedto 113 hours per day for which a fireman Cities lays out the plan he proposedto In other April 16 action, the >>\\IIYIIt' llurdee In rongriitulutrd by Slurkr 'I.nllnl.lutU'r
be a dis jockey for a few must be paid. put the council in compliance, cil: Just "t'c'cmdllllflt'r bring sworn In Tuesday nlthl111'11 16.

minutes. Starke firemen will be asked to says attorney Hobbs. Brown
to be under Fire Committee Chairman Swore new Fire Chief ) fomu-r nsaisliiiil chief, him been with city fire department
sign an agreement paid
said Fire Committee Schaefer asked, "Who authorizedthis Hardee, who replaces former llr MU-eeeds' Clilef Hobby l.rwU who I IN retiring on
Helping Others... the chairman new rules Commissioner, Charles ?" Schaefer said he thought the Bobby Lewis who is ix nrrtwl 17 jc.trllIn ho Fire l><-|>t., rI"1I1I fire chit

$1,602 was raised from raffle Schaefer.. issue was under study. "Why wasn't disability.
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tickets sold by the Bradford

Association the with Bradford the drawing of County Retarded held Fair.Saturday Citizens at BHS Band Earns Top Rating in Tough at Six Flags I

The funds go directly to the programs l.orric rehearsal Friday morning-April 12,
carried on for retarded. Only two of 44 high school bands at Alabama, Tennessee, South Robert Boone David Rogers, I Parudo. the band Ml! for Allantii. KlXMit Friday
citizens at Sunshine Industries on the Six Flags Festivals '85 which Carolina, and New York. The bands Owens, Ray Shuford, Kevin at the tH'lutl' park. Saturday
CR-16 west of Starke. The funds earned a superior rating, highest were judged by national standardsby ing, Eddy Hall. Aaron I>ilvls, :Amy Tommy Clark'.Harm's, in eonlest competition.! Saturday

can also be used as matching fundsto possible, !in the open band contest judges from Alabama, Mississippi Heiken. : O'Slcen! Gray night) Ml A-Flays park, liiul a Sunday
receive federal funds for the this past weekend, and the Bradford and Ohio. Baritone sax: Robert Taylor. Na/.worth. Mike trip lit Stone Mountain ruined out
BARC industrial project. High Concert Band was one of them. The other band to win a superior Clarinets: Lynn Futch, It' Cole, l'h+srniin And returned home at 8k1: Sunday
Brenda Farnsworth won the first "This band has made tremendous rating was from Panama City, FL. Langley Sherry Mnllox, night
prize, $100 of groceries from Winn- progress the last several months," The BHS band members, by In Rogers, Angela Joiner I rip Illiinkeiuship.In Six Flags over I
Dixie. says Bandmaster Buddy Ball. "I am strument, are: Lennon. over $5.000. was The blind and eight rhnprrnmeelavrii I
Debbie Cowart won the 25 gallons so proud to be a part of Bradford Flutes: Carle Foster. Suzie Bass Clarinet: Sylvia Nand/ Uou h'rll. nt the Dny* Inn. The trip lwiniKnt'ft >
of gas from Torode Oil. High School and I would like to thank Wilson, Leanne Barfield, Kim Larry Nazworth, Trey Howard. through luileti, (octuiiitf, Mie 6F'Inge and
Carolyn Simmons won the case of all of the students and parents for Burch, Bianca Simpson, pam Trombones: Doug Fertig. The band lwpe Stone Mountain ticket were paid for I
motor oil from Register Oil. their hard work. Carter Joy Joiner. Rosalyn Taylor- Bawek, Charles Owner.uuntonc ( Six King contest by funds raba"" Each ludenl andrluiprsvxsrwrrrrt
Collie Manning won the whole The BUS band was competing '*piuulblcforlhelrswi'n < I
ran be niisn'II.
ham from The Butcher Shop. against bands from the eastern Oboe: Shaun Schmidt. : Jay liaye meals
7:50: lo 11:10:
Horns Brenda Itawek, : il.nl
J.E. Tomllnson won the 10 U.$.. from Florida, Georgia, Saxophone: Patti Browder :
gallons of gas from Hunt Exxon.:


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TELEGRAPH April IS, anonnsewerrw

rwawwrnreaew rl Brooker Marshal's

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asrao 1 .r .IaeaManaare 'i'''" Job Redefined

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: a ralAeI It -Requiring the marshal to enforceall
was a quiet meeting for the
and local ordinances sub- +
Brooker state ,
Council Tuesday,April 9 for
to the receipt of cer '
-L- their monthly assembly at 8 p.m. ject proper
1 .1 A proposed ordinance defining the tification. the marshal to become :
r J marshals job had its Requiring
i 1L : and was accepted by the council.reading election.state certified within 120 days of
The second reading of the ordinancewill
be at the The salary.for the marshal to be
next regularly scheduled -
I 't y .n1 Portions session.of the new ordinance areA : set The by election the council.for the next marshalof
Y :
: is set for 21.
: bond up to $10,000 for the Brooker May
faithful discharge of duties'on the Acting on a citizens complaint,the Ji'
part of the marshal. council decided that the dog control l'
Appointment of ordinance was in need of review. It 1
deputies subject
to council approval.Requirement was referred to Roger Blinn, the ci '
1 ty's attorney, for updating. ;\ ,I
for an annual
budget from the marshal. The basis for the request was that .j' d,
t QMWt v } Giving custody of specific city a child had allegedly been bitten bya ,\ Ii
: : Y T I property to the marshal. dog wandering loose in town. 1, I I

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Top Students for 3rd 6-Weeks at Southside Elementary...

Thirty-three students earned ttralght-A's at Southside Elementary for tany Bula Liz Lane Shannon Safer, Arnie Long Lamar Wynn Steve The U.S. and Italy produce half the world's crop of peaches. ,
the third six-weeks grading period which ended Jan. 17. Lewis Duke Lane, Carl Elder, Audrey Gillette.
The SS stralght-A students are (I-ri Back row standing: Erica Pfenniger. Talslr El-Souessi, Byron Lee,
Front row kneeling: Heather Safer,Holly Hatcher,Jane Stanwix-llay, Melanie Trimble Miranda Hutchinson Kevin Mueller: Jim Autry, ROORNQPROFESSIONAL
Kelly Ann Duncan, Charity Crews, Tama Mattox, Sean Phillips, Brad Timothy Armentrout. Lindsay Walkup Michelle Cumming.
Barber Matthew Eunice Jason Canova. Absent for photo: Amy Ilankin.
Middle row, standing: Jana Thornton, Bethany Lee Julie Loper, Brit-


Hearn Mrs. Bannister Indicted for MurderFollowing .SKYLIGHTSGUTTERS-CARPENTRY

We Use Only Class A Materials

three days of hearing driving his vehicle on CR-18 near on how intimate the relationship was Sheriff Reddish attributed the pro- WE FINANCE
testimony In the Banister murder Hampton in Bradford County on between Debra Banister and Hearn gress of the case to the profes--
case,a Bradford County Grand Jury Feb. 2 at about 11:30 p.m. but stated that it went beyond that of sionalism displayed by the in- All work expertly done
presented indictments for first Hearn and Banister s wife,Debra, old friends. vestigators. He also expressed his
degree murder against John Wayne first came to the attention of in- Sheriff Dolph Reddish would not appreciation to State Attorney 10 YEARS FREE MAINTENANCE GUARANTEE
Hearn, 39, and Debra Ann Banister, vestigators when Banister's friends comment on the evidence in the case Eugene Whitworth and especially FLORIDA LICENSE NO. RC0047514
29, of Starke. and family began to question the nor what statement Hearn made Investigator Wiley Clark for
Debra Banister,wife of the victim relationship between Debra during the time he admitted to in- assistance to the sheriff's depart-
was arrested Monday morning, Banister and Hearn who was in- vestigators that he killed John ment in solving this case. In- 3 89- R F 781-ROOF
April 15, by Alachua County troducted to family members as her Banister as well as Cecil Batie in. vestigators Clark and Denton have Collect .
authorities at her sister's home in cousin from out of town. Gainesville on Jan. 7. worked together since the onset of 389.7663 781.7663
Gainesville. Debra Banister attempted to explain the case Feb. 2.
Hearn is presently being held in. why Hearn was introduced as a Batie was formerly married to .
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Texas where he reportedly confessed cousin, which was to prevent others Debra Banister's sister. : -, .
to the Feb.21 murder of a Brazos. from believing that there was any Debra Banister is
presently being
County housewife. type of a relationship betweem
held without bond
Hearn is also
John Joseph Banister, 41. of them, other than old friends. being held without bond PROFESSlOnALlSECRETARIES7
on Texas
Starke was shot and killed while Investigators would not comment case. --
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a 422 N. St. Clalr 964-5445
Walter F. Montz, Pastor
9 / r We invite you to worship with us. WEEK

a b Sunday School', . . .'. 10,a.m.
,Morning Worship . . ., 11 I.m. j'
$ r Evening Stntci',:/!!, . ...-6 p.m., j
Wednesday' Youth . : 7:30 p.hl, i Q : r. '. 4yr I etiA94fn 16 A' .1,

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Published COUNTY every TELEGRAPH Thursdayat I I I I I, t 1;, SUPERBOSS

1 at 135 W. Call Street I IIII ,

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$5.50 six months
Saying hello to a friend...
Joe Pennell has Outside area: $11 per year Let us present witha
a conversation with his friend at the fair Saturday your secretary
night, not long before they both got to go home. $6.00 six months

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: :. r. Bradford County Fair One of .Best ]Ever '".:'.' .:t 1' I


The annual Bradford County Fair county fair," said Cooney. chance to 'use up' their advance seemed to enjoy our own 'Queen
almost escaped the traditional rains Special l thanks go to all the agencies tickets.All Trade Clark'who was In attendance
this year.Starting on Tuesday,a day and individuals who the booth space in the buildingswas each evening.
R W earlier than previous years, there this event so successful,it is tough taken thin vear with a varietv of Special features not part of the
were five 'fair' days before Satur their cooperation the fair continues different vendors and local displays. program included a wedding on the
day's thunderstorms.The to improve, said Cooney, who The local contributors of arts-crafts midway on Wednesday. A local
attendance fit the fair was describes himself as an air-traffic sewing, canning and baking was Methodist minister performed the
close to that in 1U84! nearly 18,000. controller,while others do the work. good this year, but the fair committee ceremony for a young couple workIng -
When all the passes, free days The large animals on display werea would encourage more citizensto with the fair.
.' (senior citizens and kids day) and special treat for young and old plan all year to enter their special r'It was a great opportunity to
small children are counted it was a alike and the live nightly entertain items, they may be prize winners. witness to the young couple and their
good attendance, said Fair Manager ment on the midway was a big hit. Many people said the Rotary friends who gathered in the open
Mike Cooney. The enlarged midway drained chicken dinner, part of the official tent on the midway.After counselingthe
"We have had so many favorable very well despite the deluge on opening,was the best ever this year. couple it was a joy to share God's
comments on the added attractionsthis Saturday.The rides,games and con Only a few people expressed word and grace with the nice people
year and the improved midwaywe cessions remained in place an addi- disappointment in Miss America not who attended the wedding, said
feel it was a very successful tional week, giving everyone a being at the fair:., while everyone Rev. Ballard Wilson.

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Master of the fast talk...

Auctioneer Bob Wilson works the crowd the way a preacher does a D SPECIAL PRICES
revival trying to get the best price he can for the boys and girls with the


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cheson, Janet L.
(from page IA) Kennedy, RichardD. '
Kimutis, Carla O. McCutchen, I FOR CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS
standard English 12, physics, Russell D. Miscally, Chad L. INAPA
sociology, drama, and study hall. Mullins,Gene R. Murphy Jr.,Eris S. _." only III 6ft.J-Rer
Valarie M. Jenkins, daughter of Naxworth, Chester D. Norman, 249 -m' III
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Jenkins of Stephanie O'Steen, Kenneth W. OIL filTER
Lawtey. Miss Jenkins is enrolled in Owens,Merle E.Packham ChandraK. I lFI i VI
art I, physical education, family Padgett, Robert F. Pelham, Ran- 1515 : : : *AfTER$100 REBATE iilll I "' *AFTER$2.40 REBATE
economics, English skills 12, and dall L. Polk, Melissa E. Price, An- If111eim.I. IIMI ON CASE
study hall.Juniors. thony S. Redding, Spencer L. Smith,
Richard L. Taylor, Rosalyn L.
: Taylor, Robert H. Thorpe, Joy E. 155 W. Brownleefload
Melissa A. Todd, daughter of Mr. Vellenga, Teresa L. Wynn, PamelaD. Starke Motor Parts Co., Inc. Starke 964.6060
and Mrs. Lawrence Todd of Starke. Zurfluh.
Miss todd is enrolled in art I, honors

English II, algebra I-B, standard Because of Rain Last Week.
American history, and study hall. I 1 .
Thursday & Friday
Freshmen: i irJ
Jason M. Brown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke.
Brown is enrolled in life manage- yP, i -
ment skills, physical science
Spanish I, honors English 9, andchorus /
L, Brown, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of
Starke. Miss Brown is enrolled in
personal fitness, honors English 9,
Spanish I, Florida history, and
chorus II.
Jody L. Brown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke.
Brown is enrolled in algebra I,
physical science, Spanish I, honors ,-
English 9, and chorus II.
Amy Chang, daughter of Mr. and a
Mrs. Charlie Chang of Starke. Miss
Chang is enrolled in algebra It
honors English 9, Latin I, physical 1
science and study hall. --4A. '
.>i Penny Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and '
,, Mrs. John HsiehoT Starke. Miss

rf. physical Hsieh enrolled science, Spanish fo.,1 algebra I, honors I, 1k i49' Has Been tell Over On the Midway At

English 9, and practical business

skills.A-B Honor Roll... # z"E Bradford County Fairgrounds

Seniors: Timothy L. Adams, TracyL.
Baez, Brenda L. Bawek, Jimmy ,ivy Starke Florida
Brookins,Renia R.Brown,Jackie L ,
Crews, Karen A Elixson, Karen M OVER
Kimutis, Connie D. Moody, Andy Thursday, April 18
Nguyen, Samuel L. Norman, ToniaL.
Parks,Sylvia Y.Porterfield,AlanG. W30
Rogers, Sue E. Smith, Sabrina J. RIDES \

Zambito.Snell JuniorsKelliene, Kay L. Watson, Catherine A.N. Friday, April 19

BaldwinRobert T. Bollinger, -
Marsenna L. Brantley, Patricia L.
Browder, Tracie L. Clark, Julie A. & SHOWS VISIT OUR CONCESSIONS '
Gruen, Edward L. Hall, James F. j .
Hayes, William Holsenbeck, JimmyA.
Loiacano, Karen R. Martin, Try These Rides & More DELICIOUS
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Lorena R. Miller, Tammy S. Mor- SKY FOOD
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Richardson, Wendell L. Shanks,
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Williams, Melissa S. Williams. ZIPPER -BUMPER CARS Try Your .

SophomoresStepen E. Akridge, _
Robert G. Barnes, Deena L. Cox, PLAY GAMES.GRAVITRONI .
Marilyn E. Dickinson, Douglas R.
Fertig, Angela M. Ford, KimberlyM. The All New _
Gowens, William A. Hamilton,
Sherri C. Harrell, Wendy Hsieh, HAVE A BALL
Phillip R. Moore, Samir R. Patel,
Audrey L. Pierce, Lisa M. Rix, \ ON OUR
Shaun E. Schmidt, Timothy S. AND ORBITER
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Shuford, N. Eric Starling, AngelaM. I .
Sysskind, Tammy L. Thomason, : JJL SUP E R
Anna M. Ward, Pamela M. Will- ALL PREVIOUS ADVANCE r.
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Kimberly R. Austin, Michael E. DWA'Y'
Barber, Robert E. Boone, James R.
Carver, Dale D. Cassels, Pamela N.
Clark, Brian S. Davis, Harold K.
Davis II, Todd M. Gillenwater,Son-
dra K. Green, Charles C. Hamilton,
Mindy L. Hersey, Mathtew J. Hut

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During the training, students
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TELEGRAPH April 1$. I9K3

Opinion and Commentary : :

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to Student Conferate Veterans Organized Camp in 1906 ;

Points Up Need for Guards \ .

Named in Honor of John J. DickisonOn

have actually been put on the street
Sometimes it takes.a tragedy to get
Let's the Starke Police Depart-
people to listen and do what they knowis does handle 1906 band of "Old ,
ment credit. policeman a July 19, a Con- ;-r/
right. That seems to be the case with, crossing on SR-16 at Starke Elemen- federate Veterans" met at the Bradford ,,

or the lack of, school crossing guards in tary. A retired policeman mans an County Courthouse in Starke and organized -
Bradford a Camp of United Confederate
County.Thankfully Orange Street crossing at the middle Veterans.Col. H k
the tragedy was an
school but he's by the school
"almost," not an actual one. ., W.T. Weeks, for whom the local k
Six-year old Tommy Bednarz was hit board. chapter of United Daughters of the Con- 9
But how do the young ones get across federacy was later named, was elected
when the kindergartner
by a car on SR-100 SR-100 who live on the West side to the Captain Commander of the Camp and remained
tried to cross the highway after be- East side of the road where Southside in that office throughout the
ing dismissed from Southside Elemen- 25-year life of the organization. The final
do Bradford
is How
tary School last Wednesday afternoon, Elementary ? High, entry in the minute book was for the
Luck with little Tommy Middle School, and Starke Elementary meeting on Sept. 27, 1931. The minutes
April 10. was students get across busy US-301? The were signed by L.W. Kickliter as agent for k
Bednarz. According to his mother best they can. W.T. Weeks commander. Col. Weeks died

my will be all right, with only 13 stitchesin Parents way can talk safety to their in 1933 at the age of 95. Apparently, ill
his forehead to show for the ex health prevented him from conducting
children are not so children until they're blue in the face, meetings several years before his death,
perience. knock heads with but you know children are still going to but he was never replaced as commander.

lucky vehicles.when they do things to put themselves in danger... Following are minutes of the organiza-

motor like trying to cross a major highway to tional meeting held in 1906:
is safety problem at every
There a
get to school in the morning or to come
school in the county, the school board Home in the afternoon.If State of Florida
The Starke city council agrees County of Bradford"At
down the
you doubt this, go to high
there is a safety problem.So school some morning and watch the a meeting of Old Confederate
far, the cost of hiring crossing children crossing US-301. Sometimeswhen Veterans convened at the Court House in

guards, except in the most pressing in- you're in a vehicle driving by you and of County aforesaid, July 19th, A.D.

stances, has stopped any effort. The feel as if the pedestrians think it's a 1906. This Florida historical marker, erected to the memory of John Jackson
school board will point out, for instance, of To be fair the "The meeting was called to order at Dickison and Ills Men. stands at south limits of Waldo on Highway .24 to
that, legally, it is not responsible for game bumper cars. 12:30 p.m. and on motion, Judge Wm. F. Gainesville. The Confederate Veterans Camp organized at the Old Courthousein
students until they step onto the school older students pose the most problem.At Malphurs was elected Chairman, who Starke In 1906 was named for Dickison,the famous Civil War guerilla figher
school bus. the middle school, the crossing made a few pertinent remarks explainingthe known to Union forces as "The Grey Fox. Dickison's Men were mustered out
ground or a guard is at a spot very few young ones purpose of the meeting. Then J.M. at Waldo on May 20, 1865.
It is parental responsibility to see to the streeet. He does do a Johns was elected Secretary. The City the June 1916 minutes
use cross to 28
According :
the Listed on the roster of the camp at that
their children safely to school A.V. delivered the addressof
Mayor, Long,
good job of getting busses in and out, welcome and introduced Gov. F.P. time were: K.L. Adams, O.M. Alvarez, T. "Then the W.T. Weeks Chapter UDC
school board members and administration though. Drive through there some mor- Fleming, Major General Commanding, Anders, W.H. Bailey, John Blackburn, sounded their golden bugle for dinner and
and all fell in line and marched down
A.J. Browning D.J. Byrd, J.J. Clark, one
point out.Providing ning or afternoon and watch the United Confederate Veterans, who
the street to Mr. Roan's restaurant and
Lewis Clemmons, R.R. Cooper, Andrew
delivered able address relative to the
the side of the an
school crossing guards youngsters gather-up on of Crosby, George W. Clyatt, Alexander there partaken of a sumptuous dinner
"ain't my job, man." That's been the attitude street. Sooner or later some of them are object organization and of importance all Confederate a Veterans.thorough Dyal, George W. Dyal W.T. Dryden, prepared for us by the ladies. After dinner

until recently when attorney going to make a break for the other side, After which the meeting proceeded to a Bryant Dees, Luke Drawdy, J.H. Dow ling, the camp reassembled and broke in good
Brown legal counsel for both often right out in front of a moving vehi- permanent organization after enrollmentof ) R.A. Ellington, R.J. Gillrain, W.G. Green, order with a unanimous vote of thanks to
Terry the ladies of the UDC for their hospitalityso
members. C.B. Griffis, John Groves, J.P. Hall, F.D.
boards, has pointed the way for an inter- cle.Are Hollingsworth, F.C. Haislop, Gilbert Holl- loyally shown us."
local agreement by which the two we going to dilly-dally around until "Col. W.T. Weeks was nominated and ingsworth, Jesse N. Jones (Capt.), Dr. As the years rolled by, membership in
boards will jointly hire and pay school a student is killed at a school cross- elected Captain Commander of the camPa J.M. Jones, J.M. Johns, J.T. Jones M.A. the Camp dwindled with each succeeding
crossing guards. ing? We came mighty close the other and M.A. Knight was Knight (Capt., J.W. Kellum, George H. meeting until the final minutes of Sept. 27,
school guards day. elected First Lieutenant; J.N. Jones, 2nd Kersey, L.W. Kickliter, C.M. Kelly, G.M. 1931 when only five members remained to
How many crossing Lieutenant; Wm. F. Malphurs, Adjutant; Kersey, Wm. Lake, George W. Lee C.H. answer the roll call: S.S. Proctor, W.T.
J.M. Johns, Quartermaster; Dr. J.M. Lampkin, Wm. F. Malphurs, W.R. Miller, Weeks, L.W. Kickliter, W.C. Kerce, and
j j Jones, Surgeon; Elder L.W. Kickliter. J.H. Moore, J.D. McCormick, J.W. W.D. Dukes. '
Fair Gets Better Chaplain; J.W. Kellum) Treasurer; and
County Nichols, I.N. Norman, J.H. Roberts, R.G.
The final entry was: "There being no
I Geo. W. Clyatt, Color Bearer. Reaves, A.P. Smith, T.W. Sweat, Owen the and
further business Camp adjourned
With Each Passing YearThe "Then the name of J.J. Dickerson was Swindle, Wm. Tiscn, D.D. Thomas, J.J. went to Mrs. Roberts' Boarding House-
adopted as the name of this Camp." Thomas, W.T. Weeks (Lieut,), A.L. where we were treated to a sumptuous din
(Note: The name of Dickison, who was Williams,.Fred Wells.) ner which was thankfully received."
phrase "bigger and better" was (Thursday) at 7 and 9 p.m. called the"Grey Fox"for his guerilla war The Camp held meetings twice annually, UDC to Mark Graves
probably coined by P.T. Barnum of circus fare against the Union forces, was often in June and July. During its early years is
Confederate Memorial
Fair Mike Cooney praisedthe Day Friday,
fame but it seems equally applicable misspelled "Dickerson" during that one of its main projects, according to the
cooperation received from the City period.) April 26, and members of W.T. Weeks
minutes raise funds for "the
was helping
to our Bradford County Fair. Chapter, UDC, will meet at 2 p.m. on Sunday -
County, the Vo-Tech Center, and the "Then on motion the Camp extended a glorious. cause of the monument to the April 28, at Crosby Lake Cemetery to
The 1985 edition, which opened under Lawtey Correctional Institution, as wellas unanimous vote of thanks to Gov. F.P. Women of the Southern Confederacy," locate and identify the graves of 52 Civil

sunny skies (for a change) was judged many individual volunteers, who Fleming, Major General Commanding, for After the W.T. Weeks. Chapter, U.D.C. War veterans burled there.
"the best yet" in spite of assisted in the 1985 Fair and his visit, aid, and instructions given us in
bymany as staging Klckliter was organized in 1915, the ladies undertook All descendants of Confederateveteransburied
Then L.W.
drenching rain on Saturday that closed ." ,helping .with. '.the thousand and. one ":;. J.M our organization.JohnsV'Wn F. Malphurs'and J.W., to serve' a "sun'1ptt' 'bFI'Ith'c)us""Meal"td"the I in this cemetery are invited to come
dowry'midway 'attractions but did not details necessary to pull it off. Nichols were appointed as a Committee on veteranS'afler"e9cfj' Ir! #rldetThgs at this time and assist_thgUD1N members
at'a local or'one bythe
the ardor of visitors who By-Laws... either cafe, "prepared in locating and identifying these graves so
dampen many
Bradford County fairs or festivals UDC members and served in the Old that suitable markers can be placed.A .
continued to come during the afternoonto have been a tradition dating back at "Then, on motion, adjourned to meet on Courthouse. The. minutes of each
view the outstanding exhibits. The the 27th day of September 1906." veterans' meeting always closed with a list of Confederate veterans buried at
least to 1934 when the first Strawberry
Livestock Show and Sale Saturday night tribute to the ladies and thanks for their Crosby Lake Cemetery will be publishedon
Festival was held on the vacant lot bet- W.T. Weeks, Captain Commander "sumptuous" dinner. this page next week.
was up to par, with pricces paid to ex- ween the Old Courthouse and the

hibors exceeding expectations.Even Telegraph office.lt was sponsored by

the fact that Miss America did Jones-Langford-White American

not make her usual brief appearance on Legion Post and Mary Lucile Torode of County Agent's Notebook 'nobbyl..TIIlm'' > I IThe

opening day did not seem to dampen Lawtey was chosen first Strawberry .

spirits, and the fried chicken served by Festival Queen. Opening Day music for
the Rotary Club was cooked to perfec- the weekend event was provided by the best advice I can give home Malathion or Diazinon plus Sevin and
Get to Know Captan is
a good of
Jacksonville Legion Post Drum &Bugle gardeners wanting to grow a healthy, productive insecticide and example an all-purpose
fungicide Since it
tion.One garden this year is: Get to know spray.
news reporter wrote that the Corps, and free strawberries and cream your plants I Your Plants will control a wide variety of insects and
surest to end a prolonged drought is were served to all comers. diseases on just about any plant you might
way Frequent inspections of a sampling of be
growing, you can simplify garden
grubs, if they are present, by your
to open the Bradford County Fair. But From this unauspicious beginning the your garden's plants are the best way I back a bit of soil at the base of the scraping plant. spraying by using it instead of a number of
the floods of previous years held off till fair/festivals continued with know to nip potential problems in the bud, different spray.Remember .
an occa-
Saturday. Even then, with an extra day so to speak. By carefully checking over Take along a large tin can or jar with
sional break in continuity, moving to your plants, you can determine if the problem several inches of water on the bottom. You when you're inspecting your
(Tuesday) added to the agenda, overall several different locations and finally to involves insect damage, an unfavorable can get rid of some insects along the way garden this summer, looks can be deceiv-
attendance came close to last year's the fairgrounds where they really took environment, or a disease. And, by simply swiping them into the jar,where ing.A plant that turns reddish brown could
record-breaking 18,000, including paid off under the Post commandership of once you know what's causing the problemyou they will drown or suffocate. just victim need of some disease.water, or it could be the
Learn to observe the
and unpaid (complimentary) admis- A.J. (Arch) Thomas Jr., a firm trol can it.Begin. accurately determine how to con- However, if your inspection tour revealsa overall situation. If the discoloring is

sions.Improved. believer in the value of a wellroundedfair larger insect population, you'd be best limited to just a few plants, a disease is
your inspection by observing the advised to use a chemical pesticide spray. probably the culprit.
the and
drainage structures kept to community county-at- overall appearance of the garden. Look Since most home gardeners don't have the
Saturday's rain from being the disaster large. for any gross irregularities such as a sec- time to select a different pesticide for each Get to know your plants and you won't

that has been experienced from midway Even its firmest supporters in those tion of a row that looks different, or a of their garden pests, I'd recommend using blem.have to worry about misdiagnosing a pro-
flooding in and expanded grouping of leaves which are a different a general-purpose spray.Forestry.
previous years, early days never dreamed that the color.
parking facilities helped handle the Bradford County Fair would ever be
congestion. Next year the fair manage- best in the State Turn over leaves to examine the undersides in
ranked as perhaps the ,and take a close look at the junctionsof Bradford Countyby
ment hopes to work out arrangementsto for a town and county of comparablesize. branches and stems because these are

improve parking areas around the Those early boosters, as well as the favorite gathering spots for aphids, David Norton County Forester
State Farmers Market, which should those who have carried on the traditionfor Mexican bean beetles and other pests. Camphor Trees

further alleviate that problem.An half a century, deserve full credit for While you're looking that closely, you can Struggle to Survive If your tree hasn't shown any signs of life
also check for injuries, various types of yet, don't give it up for dead. Sometimes it
appearance by the Strawberry building our fair to its present fungi, ant other abnormalities. Two back-to-back winter freezes have can be May before any signs of life occur.

Jammers bluegrass group got rained prestigious position. To borrow a If you see a swelling near the base of the taken a toll on many of the large camphor -
out Saturday, but these volunteer musicians phrase from President Reagan."Youaint stem, it may mean the plant has trees here in Starke. Just in the last few In some this area the beautiful camphor tree is known
these'trees bv. as a shade tree, but
days some of have sprouted
nothin' nematodes which can't be without
will play at the midway tonight seen yet seen a others consider a nuisance
microscope. But you can see maggots and small branches along their main stems. because it seeds taveVheav' What can

yOU do if von wAnt trt our cam, nor
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Snuff Sniffers, Tobacco ChawersGet Open Letter to All ParentsThe work through will this consist difficult of pruning times out The the dead ir

I wood. Make the cuts in the living wood
Senate Attention following all the rules of good pruning

lives of children in Danger! tried to passify me with. I don't believe such as making a smooth cut at a branchor
Alarmed by the number of young people managers to dip snuff and chew tobaccoto our are any, parent would be (satisified) either. near the trunk. Avoid leaving large

reportedly reverting to the oldtimehabits emulate the big league stars. I would As a working parent, I feel that the -Sharon Bednarz stubs homes which for insects will soon and die diseases.and provide Some

of dipping snuff and chewing say that one of the largest growth school board isn't doing everything possi- Reader Defends homeowners paint the wound with tree

tobacco, one state senator has filed a markets that smokeless tobacco has is ble to ensure the safety of our children.It State LotteryFor paints, but this Is only an. individual
if there is law that
bill designed to prohibit the sale of such with minors,", he added. The "en- children seems have to to me be in school, and a there is, Use of Schools preference.

smokeless tobacco products to minors. couragement" statement would I'm sure there is a law that says they will Editor It is very tempting to apply fertilizer to a

Young people already are banned doubtless be disputed by most coaches be protected, not only during but on the In Response Telegraph to :Letter from Baptist damaged Make tree in an attempt to help it
back regrow. one light application during
and to school and homemaybe not
from buying cigarettes until the age of managers. all way the way but at least a certain distanceand Deacons opposing a State Lottery.I the next fall to keep the proper amounts

18, but up until a few years ago, no one Some states already prohibit the sale definitely within the school zone. found statements made in this letter to and kinds of nutrients available to your
even thought about them taking a dip or of smokeless tobacco to minors, but the My son was hit by a car and was very be a little dubious. It is hard to see how tree at all times. For additional Information -
such State Lottery could be immoral and of tree fertilizer applications contact
lucky. He'll get by with a few scars, but it a
chaw. But times change-if they dorftgo senator anticipates strong
I oppositionfrom could have been serious, and it could have detrimental to our state and society. Do your County Forester's office.
forward, then they go backward the tobacco lobbyists in Florida. been anyone else's child,whether six or 16.I not many people, including "First, If your particular tree puts out only a
seems. These habits. are right out of He will probably get strong support was told they (the school board and Baptist" Christians mall In those small number of sprouts during this yearor
1890'S. from Florida mothers however. After Starke city commission) have been Magazine Sweepstakes, "gambling" or none at all,next fall) or winter you would
hoping to win? I know .
discussing getting school crossing guardsfor certainly many.I be wise to cut it down to the ground. New,
Senator Tim Deratany, introducer of all, they have enough to do without the some time but how long does it take? fall to see how funds obtained from healthy sprouts will come up from the
the bill, says ,"...these youngsters are added chore of cleaning spittoons and There is a problem. There is money in the such an innocent act as buying a ticket for stump the following spring.
being encouraged by their coaches and throwing.out empty snuff cans.A budget. We pay taxes to see to that. I don't $1.00 could be so appalling and ungodly
see what it needs to be "discussed" for so when the funds were used for the educationof
long. the children of our state.
I feel they just want to "pass the buck"
another. How could this prove to be"destructive
from to Maybe they
one person is when the education of children would most l
don't what going
We care want crossing guards at all elemen- certainly be profitable to both the State of
tary crossings, at least. Florida and our society?

I attended the school board meeting last T. Kathleen GriffisA Ben Johnson, the English
bubble I.) round because the air within It presses equally against all Its parts, thus night (Monday, April 15). To say the least, Concerned Citizen dramatist! was burled standing up.
causing all surfaces to be equidistant from Its center I was not satifisied with the answer they fc In Westminster Abbey In London.PapeA .

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W. T. Weeks Chapter of UDC -

I Observes 70th Anniversary, L Social Side Club News

The W.T. Weeks Chapter, United each the Florida Division's goal of of the '< '.Notices Church i Items

Daughters of the Confederacy, establishing five new chapters, and
observed the 70th anniversary of its five new members In each chapter "
organization in Starke with a during the current year. News
cheon for members and guests at the Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, 6. Weddings
Western Steer Steak House at noon chapter president gave an interesting AJr Receptions
Monday, April 15. account or the founding of
Mrs. James T. Neal of Ocala, the W.T.Weeks chapter here in 1915. Gladys Mooty Parties
President of the Florida Division, She emphasized the Importance of 964-7608
UDC, was guest of honor and locating and marking the graves of -r
presented a Certificate of Apprecia Confederate veterans in all V Wr
tion the the local chapter for seventy cemetries of Bradford County the
years of devoted service to the ob date of Southern Memorial Day is
jectives of the organization. Using April 26, and members of the "Dairy Days" Cooking ContestAll
as her topic "What Is UDC?" Mrs. chapter agreed to meet at Crosby I
Neal outlined the five goals of the Lake Cemetery at 2 p.m. Sunday,
organization: Memorials showing April 28, to locate and mark the across the state of Florida good preparation instructions for approx-
appreciation for the contribution of graves of the 52 Confederate r cooks are readying for the Annual imately 4 servings must be writtenor
our ancestors to our heritage; veterans buried there. Descendantsof Dairy Days food contest. The con- typed legibly. Write your name
History, which should accurately these veterans are invited to meet l test is being conducted in Bradford address, telephone number andname
depict the role of the South in events with the group at this time and help bJLTTI4 M 1,. County by your local County Home of category in the top left cor-
leading to the war that divided the locate the graves. Economics and 4/H agents, Diann ner of each entry. Also,give numberof
nation; Education, which is emphasized Mrs. O.L. Haynes, a long-time Douglas and Diana Smith. servings and approximate cost
in student scholarships for member of the chapter, told several The entry period has just opened per serving.To .
descendants of Confederate interesting stories of events during and anyone is eligible. Both male enter, just send your recipe
veterans; Benevolent assistance the Civil War, which had been and female cooks of all ages are urg- prior to May 3, to Bradford County
through the Randolph Belief fund related to her by her grandparents.The ed to check out their favorite recipes Extension Home Economics Agentat
which was first established to aid luncheon table was covered using milk or products made from P.O. Drawer 1028, Starke, FL
widows of Confederate veterans, with lace cloths,and the centerpiecewas milk and enter them in the general 32091. There is no limit to the
and is now being extended to a large decorated cake with the :t contest categories: Casseroles & number of recipes each person may
daughters of veterans who are in numerals "70" embossed on top. "I One-Dish meals, Vegetable Dishes& enter. Recipes will be judged on
need; Patriotic service, including The cake was encircled with English Salads, and Desserts.A nutritional value, creativity,
work with veterans of all wars in dogwood and ivy,and red roses were i < UDCJ special youth beverage section economical use of product, attractiveness -
hospitals and homes, and bestowing placed down the center of the tables. J jftno will be open to young people aged 13 flavor and texture.
Military Crosses of Honor. Guests present besides Mrs. Neal v- and under. Creations from milk, ice
were Mrs.Lyle E. Spencer,of Ocala I cream, sherbets, yogurts, etc. as a Official entry blanks are available
"To keep UDC alive, we must live state director of liaison, UDC andSCV base for floats, punches, shakes or but not required. For more details
it,and keep the" community aware of ; Mrs. One Wiggins, Mrs. other drinks. you may contact your Bradford
its services, Mrs. Neal said. She Robert Hall, Mrs. Gilbert Brown, The recipe must include a real County Extension Home Economics
stressed the importance of membership Mrs. S.G. Denmark, and Mrs. dairy product as one of the main in Agent, Diann Douglas at 964-6280
drives to interest more young Buford Mitchell, president oif the gredients. A list of ingredients and Ext. 284.
people in the organization and help Keystone Heights UDC chapter. .........

1 The Austin Fenders .To Celebrate 50th Anniversary ; :; ;:: :;:;::: : '
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Mr. and Mrs. Austin J. Fender of Mr. and Mrs.Fender have residedin ; : .? : -, vl.1M.r _rn.
Starke will celebrate their 50th an- Bradford County since they were
niversary at a reception Saturday, married in 1935. Mrs. James T. Neal (left), Florida. Division president UDC, 1tJ1Jf 7J W"A
April 27, from 2-5 p.m. in the Pine No local Invitations are being sent. presents Certificate to Mrs. Franklyn Hcisgerber. president of W.T.
Level Baptist Church Fellowship Your presence, friendship and good Weeks Chapter, in recognition of the 70th anniversary of the local
Hall Road 100, 3V miles west ofStarke. wishes are treasured gifts and they chapter, United Daughters of the Conr..dl'racy.I .
request no others. ++''" T e MOST UNIQUEand


Engaged Couple Honored at Open House Reception April 13Miss S r" itirtlng it>30M

Your Personal Touch Family Tr.*'" .to'

center of the table was an artistic room was highlighted by a wide rr iulllully produced In vwlullng ooMtoiM
Sandra Louise Chitty of''' Guests were greeted at the front of 4: or tllvorton metal l, mounted In matching,
variety hanging tropical
Starke and Anthony Nead of Tampa double-doors of the home by Mrs. contemporary regal arrangement of and ferns, and plants of a. : -C custom-craftts frame and a. a final touch,
field flowers in- an arrangement
were honored on Saturday evening, Drew Reddish. Introducing them to fresh spring fresh and r dazzling (lew.I-Ilk.blrthstone.are delicately"
mums carnations
April 13, at an Open house Receptionto Tony Nead and Sandra was Mrs. tersperserd with iris, daisies, onion the were 1.1 Into your trwb ald.th.Individual name*
celebrate their Joan Chitty, mother of the bride- blossoms, and spiked grass reeds, placed on octagon glass topped 4 r
upcoming June Mrs. Jeannie table. The entire living, entertain- of the family. member Th.Personal Touch
arranged by Biggs.
marriage, at the home of Mr. and elect. ment and of the rs' 5 4 Family Tr."Is titled with the Ismlly surname
This was flanked by a pair of silver party area U-shaped
The bride-elect was radiant in an
Mrs. Drew F Reddish in Green home, surrounded and overlookedthe and dated with gift-giving occasion. Also
candelabrum each holding three
Acres. elegant pastel lavender silk oval Included Is.gold foil gift Don to compt.t.lbll"cluel
Hosts for the delightful occasionwere georgette dress, featuring a bias cut burning tapers. .large and which lighted swimming enhanced i..i.ii'.M most cherished family remembrance.
from the silver pool patio, was
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs; draped bodice outline in rhinestonesthat Serving punch ser- by large lush and Available In two sizes 5" x 7" and 11' x "", your Family Tree will be cherished for
vice at the head of the table at tropical plants,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey; Dr. and extended in a V-shape from the appointed ferns. generations to come. See us today to design' your Family Tree.Mgi .
Mrs. shoulder to a point just above the times were Mrs. George
J.E. Denmark Mr. and Mrs.
; The hostesses the
waist. Complimenting her outfit Roberts, Mrs. Eldon Hardy, and presented
Jim Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Joe '
Gissy; Mr. and; Mrs. Dewey McKin- was a large deep throated purple orchid Mrs. David Hurse.Silver compotesand honored couple with the large platter It. 9 i orn4l ST U4W.C"t
to their chosen dinnerware -
trays held a wide variety of pat- !.
corsage, which was presentedto appetizing -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell
ney; ; tern as a memento of the occasion.
and delicious
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Payne, Sr. Lt. her upon her arrival at the party. finger .. C M4 T171WMtTOKIV
; Approximately two hundred invited "n' "wNI' 00
around table.
The honored couple received their which were placed the "
Col. and Mrs. Don Rardon Mr. and 'UnC
; guests enjoyed this delightful ;, (I'J
the with serving aec SipMe "Jewe1ry"'G&Gifl:
in the mirrored foyer of Assisting guests .
Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. guests open
affair with Sandra and bet ..
and napkins were Mrs. J.E. Tony inc. c.o.: '' "'
Fred the home, leading into the sunken plates Gallery
Snell of St. Augustine; Mrs. Denmark and Mrs. Jim Duncan ween the hours of 7 and 9pm. IAVAWAVJOIN
Several large silk floral
Carolyn Taylor; and Mr. and Mrs. living room.
'I thrami-;
invited into
Warren Winkler. arrangements in colors of royal Guests were
.., .. blue, yellows and hot pinks ly room and the porch patio area I by
'- i .. ,.highlighted living rooms Inviting Mrs.. Warren Winkler and tJ',1Jfi<"
"prdne9/upcomingEvents i arrf t guests into the living room were' Dewey McKinney .The porch/patioi START LOSING WEIGHT

Gissy.Mrs. Don Rardon and Mrs. Joe .eta it..aatr.

Mrs, Fred Snell and Mrs. Marion CommunityBible

Payne register presided at a round over table the overlaid guest ChurchBaptist FAST C1 EASY!

with a floor-length imported hand FundamentalREV.
Eastern Star embroidered lace cloth placed overa D.M. WESTON 964-5522
April 20 yellow ruffled liner.
Starke chapter, 224, Order of the Guests were invited to have Sunday Service. . 9:45 & 11 I.m. Weight Watdters@Speda1 Offer.
refreshments Mrs. Bobby Biggs
Eastern Star, will have a covered and Mrs. Tom Casey. The dining Sunday Evening, 7:00 p.m ..
dish supper Saturday, April 20, at 7 covered with underskirtof
table was a
p.m. in the Masonic Hall.families pastel mint green, overlaid with Temporary Meeting Place: NOW ONLY
All Masons and their are
an imported lace and hand. Pratt St. Recreation Bldg.

invited to attend. embroidered.. .. cloth. Placed: _In._ the__u _--- _.

Harris Reunion Family April 20 NOW OPEN! THE NEWEST :

All decendants of William R. Harris EATING PLACE IN STARKE. :
and Mary Geiger Harris and > \ .c a ;uvf ;vttt; {ru X!
their relatives are invited to attend a ;;::;i

family reunion to be held April 20,at SANDWICH
the Clay County Agricultural Centeron v. :{
Highway 16 West of Green Cove eatfist SHOPPE
Springs, Florida. :
The fellowship will begin at 9:00: Starke, FL .
a.m. and will continue until 5:00
p.m.,with a basket lunch being serv-
ed at 12:30: p.m.Hampton Special of the Week :

Baptist Church Deli Club $300

Homecoming April 21 : L Chips & Small Coke

Hampton Baptist Church will hold EAT IN OR TAKE OUT' OPEN S OATS
homecoming of Sunday April 21. BREAKFAST SANDWICHES MON-F;RI 7 am :3 pm
The Apostles of Callahan will per- @
form. CROISSANTS SALADS DRINKS 964.4524Call Discover Weight Watchers

Everyone Is welcome to attend. -- '

Pastor J.D. Bowen. New, Improved ((QUick Start' Plan...

Shrine Club For Appt.

Supper April 23 Now you can start losing weight LOOK VVHATS IMPROVED!

May 1st and save money, too! More Menu Planning Choices
The Starke Shrine Club will hold For only ten dollars you'll find "w More Helpful Menu Planning
covered dish on
Tuesday its monthly, April 23 at 7:30: p.m.supper New that with Xcight'Vmchers( new, ,A 4 t" More Motivation
All Shriners and their guests are Opening Shop improved QUICK START; plan I More ruN'!!
welcome to attend. t DO IT NOW AND SAVE!
it's never been: easier to loseweight .
OFFER ENDS MAY 4,1985.Registration .
FAST! ,,
S.nlor Citizen Thousands of people like rr Fee $12
tjs just you
Cult n Loose First Meeting Fee $ 6T
Luncheon April 25 have lost thousands of pounds in
The senior citizens will have TOTAL $18
covered dish luncheon Thursday, Featuring: Calvin Kirkland .. the last few months.Join Weight YOU PAY ONLY $10

April 23. !at 12 noon at the MethodistFellowship AlvarezA Watchers now and you can be one YOU SAVE $8
I Hall. Lorraine of them! Madeline Miller-Ilineda, Area Director
Norman Conti, guest speaker, will SCHEDULE
give a talk on Home Maintenance. Calvin& Jolene EnterpriseWatch MEETING :
All senior citizens: are welcome '
come and bring a friend. STARKE '

For Our St. Edward Catholic Church
Card Party Lunch, a
Woman's Club April" 25 441 N. Temple Ave.

Grand Mon: 6:30: p.m.
The Woman' Club of Starke will Opening"Sp

Clubhouse.Thursday, April 25, at the cial WATCHERS mw.!

Tickets are five dollars, and Include JOIN WEIGHT ;
cards to begin at 10:00 a.m.,
with luncheon to be served at noon. Off..vildA. TOLL FREE
Card-playing will continue after the 9644090On VIM)in": u1419estwMay4ry.ISssOiler( ) far
mw and njnmvtno' immbws only Onor not vakd
meal, throughout the afternoon. "wilhjnyoltMfongforuwtalrilt IMSWeignlWiidwn 1'800'342'9155
Please contact Miss Stump, Mrs. Hwy. 301 Across from Norman's Produce Miiminonil, l inc _of lilt WEIGHT
Griffin or Mrs. Thomson for tickets tn.sao1
and reservations. .



Ii Calvin Parham Retires After Did You KnowMrs.

Mrs. Marion Conner of Orlando
and daughters Helen and Mrs. Bob
32 Years with the City Marcella Foster celebratedher Greatetine and son Mathew of Saudi
80th birthday Monday: at a luncheon Arabia were Friday and Saturday
given by her daughter, Mrs. visitors of Mrs. Conner's father
Calvin Parham,who has been that were served at a table centered I
pur- Y Jess Sandberg on W. Lafayette Barney McRae and they all attend'dthe ;;
chasing agent for the City of Starke with a spring flower arrangement. street Helping to celebrate the occasion wedding of Vanessa Hodge. to
for 32 years,was honored at a retirement Along with coffee, punch and party were Mrs. Hazel Richardson, Chuck Crawford April 12 in harmony -
party Friday morning March assortments a decorated cake was Mrs. Flossie Prescott and Mrs. Min- Free Will Baptist Church.
29, at the City Hall with his wife, served. r J t nie Coss. the wedding
Iduma, family and city employees Bobby Biggs, mayor, presentedMr. Also attending McRae and Mrs. C.P. Naz-
attending. Parham with a certificate for 32 Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brian, Mr. Barney
Janet Reddish and Carolyn Sapp years service with the City along and Mrs. Ronnie Harris, Mr. and worth.
were in charge of the refreshments with a gold engraved pocket watch. Mrs. Steve Miller and Miss Cindy Mrs. W.B. Mundy is convalescingat

I Lawrence spent Saturday and Sun- the home of her sister, Mrs. Guy
It day at Disney World where they accompanied Sale following surgery last Friday in
Items of Interest ; 17 German students, 12 North Florida Regional Hospital.
BUS students and Mrs. Gisela
I Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendieta of In- Calvin Wachholz who remained at Disney Julie Ferguson is visiting her pen
Parham, left,
Annual Reports Given dialantic spent the weekend with of Starke from receives certificate for 32 service with the City World from Saturday to Wednesday. pal, Liz Bertholet, in ARlington, Vt.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief mayor Bobby B11(1(8. this week.

At Woman Club Meeting ... ....................m..m'm'm'mmmw"m.m..ww..u. -. ..

The annual meeting of the
Woman's Club of Starke was held on
Wednesday, April 10, at noon at the b'R

Miniature Easter baskets
decorated the luncheon tables, withan
arrangement of spring flowers
highlighting the head table.
Following the luncheon, the presi-
dent, Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr. presidedover IJJrG
the business meeting which _
consisted of reports given by each of
the vice-presidents on the activitiesof AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE Come Into Eckerd & pickup
their committees during the past our Page Clip & Save Sale
club year. The nominating committee Circular for more savings on
reported that Mrs. R.A. Green, Sale Prices
good thru Sat.. April 20th. Items
Jr., Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Mrs. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. you'll need.

George Roberts, Mrs. J.E. Byrd A.R., See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you.
Mrs. J.D. Warren and Mrs.
Carlisle will continue to serve in
their present capacities throughoutthe
1985-86 club year. II
Mrs. Roberts announced that 1 .
tickets for the annual "May 1 I I i 1 r 1 1 1i

Breakfast", to be held this year on A (
Saturday, May 18, are now on sale i H I 1 11 1
for five dollars each. All members, 7d 1 1 t 1

prospective guests are cordially members invited, and to attend their 1 0

the breakfast, which combines the g g !!
installation of officers with the last _.-- :' I

club meeting of the year. Uz EJ th1NI .A

Susan Milner 0 FLEX FLEX' : ,
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Susan Milner was honored at ""w elraKO cue.r.r.. P ,
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Mrs. R.L. Milner on E. Call street I I 1, r

with Robin Milner of Jacksonville as ,,III 1 I I 1 I I _
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April 18,1985 TELEGRAPH PagelA
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I'tev. u. W. McClain Pastor of Newly ObituariesLeo

i ) 'Organized Bradford Baptist Church Batten, both of Starke, Fl., Claude Marian Finucan

Mr. Leo B. Griffis, age 73, of Grif Batten of Florahome, Fl.; seven Mrs. Marian Finucan, 72, of
fis Loop, Starke, Fl. died Tuesday Grandchildren; and several great Starke, Fl.,passed away early Tuesday
Easter Sunday was a day of beginning on January 30, 1985. when churches in West Virginia and Penn night, April 16, at hIs Parent's old grandchildren. morning, April 16, at North
special significance for the recently twenty-nine people met together in sylvania, before accepting the homestead, following a long illness. Funeral services were held at 2:30 Florida Regional Hospital in
organized Bradford!; l Baptist Church the home of Bruce Jackson, Butler pastorate of Bradford Baptist Born In Bradford County, Fl., on p.m., on Wednesday, April 17, in theDeWitt Gainesville, Fl., following an extended
I.Starke. A record attendance of Road, to hold an organizational Church. May 22, 1911, Mr. Griffis was a C. Jones Chapel, with Rev. illness.
seventy was present for the Easter meeting which resulted in the choos- retire resident of Starke. He was a E.L. Bradley conducting the ser Born andd raised in Portland
morning worship, which was follow- ing of the name "Bradford Baptist Bradford Baptist Church is Farmer and member of vices. Burial was in Hope Oregon where she attended schooland
)ed! by the chui"ch'sst baptismal Church," the selection of Larry holding services temporarily in the Grace Baptist Church. Cemetery, Theressa, under the was the first woman to become
service. Then;in a special service at LaFollette and Bruce Scott as auditorium of Southside Elementary Survivors include: two nieces, direction of Jones Funeral Home, U.S. Mail Carrier in the United
6:00 p.m., Easter Sunday evening, trustees, and in the calling of Rev. School, Stanbury St, just off St. Rd. Mrs. Wanda Curtis and Mrs. Barbara (514 Nona St., Starke, Fl. States. She moved here in 1950
thirty-eight people signed their David W. McClain pastor. 100 East In Starke. Services are held Jackson, both of Starke, Fl.; Dorothy M. Mills where she served as a secretary to
names to the official charter of the Rev. McClain and his wife,Donna, Sunday at 9:45( and 11:00: a.m. and five nephews, Harold Griffis of Miss Dorothy Maria Mills, age 58, the Mayor in the 1950's and also was
church, thus becoming charter are native Ohioans. They have three 6:00: p.m. and on Wednesdays at 7:30: Palatka, Fl., Jack, Douglas, Doyle, of Theressa, Starke, Fl., died Sun- retired from the Bradford County
members. The service concluded children-Jeremy, 9, Julie, 6, and p.m. Visitors are always welcome. and Fl. Lawrence Griffis, all of Starke, day morning, April 14, at her Sheriff Department as a secretary.
with the commemoration of the Melissa, 5. Rev. McClain is a 1974 Transportation information may be ; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. residence, following a short illness. Survivors include: her husband
Lord's Supper. graduate of Massillon (Ohio) Baptist obtained by phoning the pastor's Beatgrlce Griffis of Starke, Fl. Born in Jacksonville, Fl., on Sept. William "Bill" E. Finucan of
Bradford Baptist Church had its College. For ten years he pastored home at 9644441.Extension Funeral services will be held at 16, 1926. Starke; one sister, Mrs. Betty Ann
2:00: p.m. on Saturday, April 20, in Miss Mills moved to Bradford Revolon of Rancho Palos, Verdes,
Grace Baptist Church, on Griffis County from Green Cove
Loop, Starke, Fl., with Rev. Don Springs in Ca.Funeral
1964. i the: was a retired executivesecretary services were conducted
I Church NewsDedan Scheetz conducting the services. with the C.U.B.B. Agency Wednesday, April 17, at the Chapelof
Serviceto Burial will be in Kingsley Lake in Starke. She was a member and Archie Tanbner Funeral Home
Cemetery, under the direction of past Matron of the Order of the with Rabbi Allan C. Lehmann, and
Starke offer foodpreservation Jones Funeral Home, 514 E Nona Eastern Star Rev. Ray Williams officiating.
Baptist Church of God St. Starke Chapter 41 in Green
Cove Cremation will follow the funeral
course Springs; and was a member of
Revival To Observe
April 22.26 the First Baptist Church in Green services with Archie Tanner
Homecoming, April 21st The Cooperative Extension Ser Charles. BattenMr. Cove Springs. Miss Mills was a Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
Revival services will be held at vice is presenting a program on food .Charles Walter Batten,age 74, descendant of two pioneer Bradford arrangements.
Dedan preservation. This will give up- of Starke, Fl. died Monday morning,
Baptist Church in Brooker The Starke Church of God will you County families, the Kickliter fami-
April 22 26 with Rev. Jim Coun- observe to-date information on canning and April is( in the Community Con- ly of Theressa and the Mills family Hoffman
homecoming, Sunday April Dorothy
tryman freezing.This valescent Center, in Gaiensville
as guest speaker. Services 21, beginning at The of both the Graham and Brooker
10:00: a.m. Mrs. Dorothy Hoffman, 70, of
will begin each is a great opportunity for begin- a long illness.
evening p.m. Reverend Lindsey Croft, North areas. Waldo, Fl, died Tuesday,April 16, at
Born in
including special music. ners and will serve as a refresher Clay County, Fl., on May Survivors include
Florida Evangelism Director, will : a brother, The Care Care
University Nursing
Sunday,April 28 Rev. Countryman course for those who are already experienced 16, 1910, Mr. Batten was a lifelong Harold
be the Morning Speaker at 11:00: resident of W. Mills of Theressa, Fl.; a Center in Gainesville, Fl., followingan
will in food preservation.Plan Bradford County. Mr.
speak at the
morning worship sister Mrs. Edna
a.m. followed with Dinner on the M. Sullivan of extended illenss. She was the
hour After the service there will be to attend and bring a friend, Batten was a retired painter and a Palatka Fl.
Grounds nieces and
at 12:30: p.m. ; widow of the late Paul Hoffman.
dinner on the grounds. Everyone is the public is invited and there is no member of Hope Baptist Church in
The Weeks will be nephews.
Family Singers Theressa. Born and raised in Ohio, she movedto
cordially invited to attend. featured at the 2:00: p.m. 4:00: p.m. charge.Date-April 23, Lake Butler Com- Survivors Include: a daughter, Funeral services were held at Waldo where she owned and
service,along with the Local Talent. Mrs. 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, in operated The Glass House at the
munity Center, 7:30 P.M. April 30, Mary Lee Crawford of Lutz,
There will be no Evening Service. Fl. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Waldo Flea Market until ill health
Bradford County Agricultural ; a son, John R. Batten three
The church extends a warm handof ; Rev. Leamon Ward conducting the forced her retirement. She was of
Guest sisters
7:30 P.M. Mrs. Anna Fender Starke
Speaker At Building ,
services. Burial
welcome to it's many friends and Fl. Mrs.Helen was in Crosby Lake the baptist faith.Survivors .
Union Primitive Baptist the community to come observe this Mrs. Elsie Cemetery, under the direction of include: one sister,
Straughn, Hawthorne,
special event with us. Fl. three brothers Jones Funeral Home, 514 E Nona Mrs. Mary Bowman of Pataskala
Earl and Albert
; ,
Elder Raybora Lard of Sycamore, St., Starke, Fl. Oh; and two brothers, Mr. LloydBarton

Ga- and will Jbe Thursday guest nights speaker: April Wednesday 24-25- Did You Know........... AtlNDUNCINsKaren Did You Know- Wesley Barton of Columbus of Circleville, Oh and, Oh.Mrs.

at Union Primitive Baptist Church Graveside Funeral were con-
located on C233 of SR 16, 1V4 miles, Mrs. E.B. Searing returned Satur- ducted at 3:00: p.m. Wednesday at
from Starke. day after a week at Stone Mountain, Nicole Santa Fe Cemetery, with Rev. Ray
The public is Ga. visiting her son and family, Mr. Whitehead Williams officiating. With Archie
cordially invited to Mr. and Mrs. Scott Whitehead of
and Mrs. Burge Searing. Rev. and Mrs. Lem (Buster) of Starke in
attend. Elder James M. Land, Jr. Starke announce the birth of a Hughes and PFC Overstreet, Jr. Tanner Funeral Home
family are moving to
Mrs. Roy Clemons spent the daughter, Karen Nicole, born April 6 Venus, Fla. Friday where Rev. Receives MedalPfc. charge arrangements.

weekend with her daughter, Mrs. in Alachua General Hospital. Hughes has accepted the pastoratewith Maurice B. Overstreet Jr.,
Connie Mills in Jacksonville. Maternal grandparents are Mr. the Venus Monica Marie '
Church of God. Mrs. son of Maurice B. and Doris J. Pellot
L and Mrs. I.R. Glisson of Starke. Hughes (Diane) was given a sur- Overstreet of Rural Route 2, Monica Marie Pellot, infant
I Paternal grandparents are Mr. and prise luncheon Wednesday at Brad- Keystone Heights, Fla., has been daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ed-
: Cox Lake. L.K. Whitehead of Crystal. ford Square Barber and Style Shop decorated with the Army Achieve- ward Pellot, died April 4 in Naples,
A Appliance where she was a hair stylist, given ment Medal in Buedingen,West Ger- Italy. Mrs. Pellot is the former San-
by the Shop employees. many. dra Jordan of Lawtey.
Lizabeth Kelly Johnson The Achievement Medal is awarded Servivors are the maternal grand-
& Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kim Johnson April 9 Duplicate Bridge Club to soldiers for meritorious service parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.M. (Butch)
E I of Starke announce the birth of a results were: first-Louise and Jack acts of courage, or other ac Jordan of Lawtey; paternal grand-
daughter, Lizabeth Kelly, born Burnette; second Sara Owen and complishments. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Pellot,
Air Conditioning March 24, in Alachua General Doris Tibbetts. Overstreet is a missile crew San Jan, Puerto Rico; and her
7! Hospital, Gainesville. member with the 61st Air Defense maternal great-grandmother, Mrs.
t Maternal grandparents are Mr. Miss Ursula Artillery. Daisy Thompson Lawtey.
( Cooper of Los )
i. ... -- Service and Mrs. Norman Strunks of Cincin- Angeles, last Wednesday He is a 1981 graduate of Bradford. Graveside Funeral services were
nati, Ohio. Paternal grandparentsare wither School.
\" to Friday grandparents, High conducted Monday, April 15, in
:, Mildred Johnson and Neil
..J ., Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper while Church
..., Johnson Sr. of Highland Baptist Cemetery,
"'. Service and Repair on: enroute to Melbourne to join her Pvt. WB. Lopez for Monica Marie Pellot with Rev.
J '. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stationed in German Don Denton, officiating. With Archie
/ All Major Appliances ....... Cooper in Palm Fl. The C.L.
Did You Know.... Bay Army Pvt. William B. Lopez, son Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein
-w'"s 0 Air Coopers also visited the R.L. charge of arrangements.
J Conditioning of Ellen N. Sanowshi of 902 Butler
1 the .
; Refrigeration Electrical Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. was in Coopers over weekend.Mr. Road, Starke, Fla., has arrived for
\ North Florida Regional Hospital.Sunday duty in lllesheim. West Germany.He Mickie Green
.and Mrs. Randall Reddish Mickie (Essie) Eunice Green of
N grra 4ri4. .1' tvWednesday for obers rva-
', ;,esr.aq Jor' : and treatment.Mr. have purchased' the Gene Shaw is a 1983 graduate of Bradford Superior, Arizona died after a brief
COX OWNER lion home at 1325( Bessent Road and the High School. illness Saturday afternoon, April 13.
Shaw family have moved into the She is the daughter of the late Mr.
-- <6& Dudley Hardy house at Golf View and Mrs. J.S. Eunice,Sr. of Lawtey.
T_, and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief, Mrs. Estates while Mr. Hardy has movedto Spec. Norton Survivors include: one son, Mitchell
I \+'?-\ H.M. Richarde and Mrs. Ruby Bran- his home on Hillcrest Lake, Receives Award Green of Phoenix, Az; and one
1964.74 nen visited Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Keystone Heights. Spec. 5 Franklin F.B. Norton, son daughter, Mary Toner of Claypool,
"I Griner and Mrs. Griner, Sr. at of Carl Norton of Starke, Fla., and Az; two brothers, J.S. and Harold
Crystal River Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Birdie Shives of 1265 W. Oakdale Eunice of Lawtey, and two sisters,
Merritt Island spent the weekend Road, Florence, S.C., has been Euld Bdry of Jacksonville and Sally
with his mother, Mrs. L.H. Gibson in decorated with the U.S. Army Com- Thompson of Starke,and five grand--
;":: -" .\ and Mrs. Workman and Starke and also visited Mr. and Mrs. mendation Medal at Fort Eustis Va. children.
Rt. 2, Box 2116 ._ .. ': :::::-- .. Harry Bill Bessent in Gainesville.Mrs. held
,' grandchildren, Christopher and Services were Tuesday, April
(Hwy 16 Raiford Rd) --c'a' / Preston Olson of Miami spent four The Army Commendation Medalis 16, at 2 p.m. in Superior, Arizona and
; days during the Easter weekend Dot Horne, Mrs. MargaretDill awared to those individuals who burial was at Hillcrest Valley
Starke, Florida 32091 with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eva Lou Conner of demonstrate outstanding achieve- Cemetery.
"'_- """'0" and Mr. Gareth Jones. Jacksonville were last Thursday ment or meritorious service in the
guests of Mrs. J.T. Carver. performance of their duties on
behalf of the Army.

"'M ,.. '''''''1''' > '. .. .. -'":' .. .. >'.
." .,':.. ." Poi : s.. ---........1.S.'S.. ,...5i1' usssssssssssassssssssssssaaaTHE! Covington
...., "75' years ago April 17, 1980.
God saw the road was getting
rough, the hills were hard to climb,
he gently closed those loving eyes
"r nu STEAKMANHAS and whispered"Peace be thine". To
some you are forgotten to others just
part of the past,but to us who loved
and lost you the memory will always

last.Sadly missed

Joyce & Covington Family



Pvt. Michael Thomas

Completes Training At

Fort Benning Ga.
Army Pvt. Mitchell C. Thomas,
son of Hazel E.Thomas Waldron and
STEAK SANDWICH stepson of Jack Waldron of Hampton -
has completed advanced in-
dividual training at the U.S. Army

... Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga.
During the course, students
J received training which qualified
them as light-weapons infantrymenand
$205Best as indirect-fire crewmen in a ri-

i fle or mortar squad.Instruction included. weapons

qualifications, tactics, patrolling,
f. land mine warfare, field communications -
rt. and combat operations.He .
I-' is a 1984 graduate of Bradford
BuyIN ) High School.

y I 1t Airman lana Pollard

Graduates From

Town! Sheppard AFB

WHEN YOU HAVE m.GETTHRDUGH! m HOMEI nf Airman Fatha M.lana DeSue A. Pollard and stepdaughterof daughter

2, Clarence Starke, has E. DeSue graduated, Jr., of from Route the

DON'T LET A BIJSYIGNALSIANO IN. THE WAf Force specialist U.S. Air Base Force course, Texas.medical at Sheppard' services Air

Graduates were taught techniquesfor
It never fails.You've assisting in the care and treat.

only got minutes to reach someone at home, and all )OU het is a earned ment of credits medical toward patients.an They associate also

Thm s why so many Cornet customers are adding Call W.1itmg to -DO degree through the Community College
their pone sen' Ce.With it, whoever's talking on }uur phone simply puts one : Pollard of the.la Air scheduled Force. to serve with

call on hold while answering another.And it costs Just pennies a day. the Air Force Hospital George Air

., So call )vur Contel service office and ask about Call WJiting. ,r 1JJa3c: !? .. I I Force Base, Calif.
She is a 1984 graduate of Bradford
Then; whenever )tau call home, )OU #'=-_::. .1213 neT4So8t9? Ave... t rkC. Flo da 964 Ae7,. :I High School.t .

L1I say gxxibye (0 the bu 1' signal. =---Er= :: ==LContjnentaITelephonel ',.

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HA TELEGRAPH April 18!, 19H5I
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I Tornados Defeat Indians in. 10-7 slugfestBy

Mark Frledlin Devils and the regular season would against the Indians in front of a long double into left field] by t n, L
BCT Sport Writer draw to a close.If home crowd Friday night in an exciting The Indians came back to tie the
The BUS Tornado baseball came the Indians lose, they would be contest as Gerald] Brown game in the top of the fifth at 7-all, i
from behind twice to defeat forced to make up a game with In- (4-2 picked up the win for BHS with then the Tornadoes put the game
Keystone Heights in a 10-7 slugrest terlachen which was previously relief help from Doug Samons. away with a three run outburst in the
Friday night,on the strength of a 3-4 rained out. That make-up game The Tornados went out in front top of the sixth.
performance from John would take place Monday. early, collecting three runs in the Francis led off with a sharply hit
cis, a 2-3 performance and aworbidouble Beating Interlachen would give first inning off a pair of walks, a single into center, Diggs pounded a
from Tony Diggs and a 2-3 KHHS a tie with Bradford, with single by Mike Chappell and a dou- double up against the fence in the
performance from Robert Starling.The whom they've split a pair of games ble by Todd McLeod. same spot, scoring Francis and "
win could give BUS a tie for this season,for the number two spot. The Indians took a 5-3 lead on a 410 Robert Starling punched a single in- ... ., r/n
the second seed in the district The seeding would then be decidedby homer by Daryl Taylor in the third to right, scoring Diggs. Starling .".t.7'if.lfi'J'; ,... / y 7Ml %
tourney with the Indians if KHHS a coin flip. A loss to Interlachen inning,then BUS came roaring right came home on a single by Chappell. ,,.t "(.>.>,; "'K' ,
loses this Friday to Clay. would put Keystone in the number back with four runs in the fourth. Samons struck out the side in the 'J"tIi-r.;>:-n.----
If Keystone beats Clay, the In- three position with BUS second. The runs came with two outs.First' top of the seventh to send the Indians Big Slide...
dians would have a lock on the The Tornadoes came up with their came a single by Scott Hamilton, a packing in what turned out to be a BUS first baseman Jason Polk prepares to hit the dirt in this slide Into
,number two spot behind the Blue best performance of the season walk, then a single by Francis and a .fine tuneup for the district second base against the Union County Tigers.


Local We will Discontinue

Team Coupons as of WednesdayWE




A hastily improvised team of
Starke sluggers representing Wilbur
Waters Woodchipping company >3 z& '-*
powered their way to the championship it Pays To Shop FLORIDA PREMIUM GRADE
of the Live Oak Recreation
Department's Softball tournamentlast CENTER CUT WHOLEFRYER
weekend. Pride for
Falling behind by a 4-6 score in the pantry
final game to W.W. Gay Co.of Lake ROAST
Starke battled backin .
City, the squad Selection .
the bottom of the fifth, exploding Quality? LIMIT-PLEASE '
for four runs on three doubles by Ed ..
Higgs, Bill Goodge and Donald ,
Wheeler to take an 8-6 lead. and savings! ..
The squad then used their defensive 9 8.
strength to hold off their opponents -

championship for an trophy.8-7 final and the lID AVGLKG.. LB

Higgs tied for the lead in home run
hitting for the tournament with eight SAVE $1.00 PER LB
and was voted Most Valuable] Playerby

the participants.The .
Starke squad defeated the I 1.R.A1F'"I"U.S: .GOVT, INSPECTED
Hackers from Mayo 17-4 in the open- CORN FED PORK U'S: DA.TOP CHOICE
ing game. Higgs batted 5-5 with four FRESHBUTTS $118 CHOCKSTEAKS
homers to set a blazing pace! and was $138
backed up by Goodge s 4-5 performance BARBECUE
with three homeruns.Danny LB
McKinney was 3-3 with three homersas
The Starke nine edged W.W. Gayof US.DA TOP CHOICE $178 BEEF ROUND
Gainesville 17-12 in the second CALIFORNIAROASTS BONE $168
round. Goodge went 4-4 with two REGULAR HICKORY OR HOT
homers, Higgs was 3-4 with two LB ROAST
round-trippers and Wheeler rippedthe 1 .
pitching in-' a 3-4 performance I .
with one homer. e
Ryans of Lake City was the third C' CHUCK CUBES. 1.88 SAUSAGE PK 1.38 WEAVERS THIGHS"DRUMSTICKS
victim,falling 8-1 in a fine defensive 9 PLANTATION BREADED COOKED CHICKEN *FRYE? PKa.2.98

3-4 tinued performance his blazing with pace two with homers another, BTL SLICED BACONS. LAND ON"d COR"FROST PATTIES .LB1.18 HAM SLICES P c 1.99 I

and Eddie Dyal went 34. LIMIT-I PLEASE STEAK-UMM 23.38 TURKEY HAM .1.58 RIBS .LB1.39J
In the final,Stewart Duncan went
3-3, Donald] Wheelers was 2-3 with a
double and Farelan McClellan] went .
2-3 with one home run. Cash r Cash Cash Cash -- ., Cash r-
DiVidend Dividend [Dividend ) DividendMARTHA) Dividend )

Cancer Societyfun Speciat I Spedat Spedat Speciat Speciat

fundraising ALL PURPOSE I '


John Whitehead, Crusade Chair-
man for the American Cancer Socie-
ty,Union County Unit,annouces that EGGS FLOUR HFRANKSEI
the fun-fundraising "Strike Out ,
Cancer" Softball games will be I 32-OZ BTL PLAIN SOrBSEi RISING
played Saturday, April 20, at the 3 LB BAG DOZEN 12-OZ PKG.
Lake Butler Recreation Complex on
SR-121,10 A.M.-3 P.M.
Local] President, Mamie Jo
Douglas, says "Under the leader-
ship of Whitehead and our good
working executive board, and other I I ,
volunteers,this should be a good day ,
for family fun and good food for a i
good cause." ,
"There will be games with men ,
and women, all 39plus, and I
cheerleaders, all in costumegood
for many laughs. There will be '
games with pre-teen, and teenage I'I I
children also.Two games will be going .
on at once.Games begin at 10:30
with the men and children. About
12:30: the women and children will
play," says county Softball chair-
man Nita Elixson.
Noon meals will be served. HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS GROCERY
Chicken and rice dinners are $2
each.Crusade Chairman Whiteheadand AIM
his wife,Vivian,will]be cookingthe I
meals. You can choose
hamburgers-$1.25; hot dogs$1 soft ? PUMPTOOTHPASTE .
drinks-40 cents; and homemade '""" .
cake-40 cents a slice. Serving will ; : I J..,'
begin at 11:30: A.M. or before. Mai
Many delicious homemade cakes ola ,. "'I'.
and cookies have been donated and 4.5OZ$2:' /
will be for sale, at very reasonable .
prices .,for you to take home. REG OR MINT I II
Admission Is a$2.00 donation,pre-
school-free. Of course, a larger ,ALOE A & W WELCH'S
donation be made.With dona- VERAOCINMOMMILE1WINA .
tion of$12.50 or more,you can get a MAZOLA ROOT BEER
There will be a "dunking booth." CO.iAIRHAIRSPRAY 7ct. .99 TWO LITER .VARIETIES 16OZBTL
Volunteers are needed to be dunked. 45OZ BABE,SOZ BRUT ANnf'EJISPIRANT OR 4&OZ BTL.RUTDEODORANT. .

Bring volunteers some extra clothes, uoz1.69. $95 996'; $149' 4/$1

Bring the whole family fora day of SOZ
fun! AQUA NET MOUSSE .99 Baffl m ,PLEASE DM1

All proceeds go to the American YELLOW WCe
Cancer Society, Union County Unit.It BEER 'NORTHERN' -A.RONJ..2 1 ..OOLOWCALORIE
Is through activities like this and NAPKINS' . ':*$ .79 B1i,. > i
that the American Cancer ,
Society can provide programs in the OLD 6 PACK SNACK PACK PAcK 1.19 r: EQUAL SWEETENER coLILrt 1.89
Union County area for the preven- l2oz cAN ( AMWKX
tion of cancer, early detection, MILWAUKEEBEER VLA81C SWEET .88 0' CARPET FRESH . t4CZ 1.99PADS
research,education; and to provide $175 SALAD CUBES .'... woz I

assistance to cancer"patients such as REGULAR OR LIGHT GINGER ALE REGULAR OR SUO,0 \'. 1 PANHANDLERS .'. ,,J .99
.89 :
providing supplies as beds,walkers, CANADA DRY .'. .'. .
wheelchairs, medications, dressing, I
transporation to treatment centers -
counseling and support groups for STARKE430 WEST MADISON STREETPage
cancer patients and their families. .

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Tennis Teams Seeded



y; in DistrictsThe 5 1,


BIIS tennis It am entered the tourney.Schools.
r district tournament Wednesday in in the hunt for the title include
I i Gainesville in competition against 11 KHIiS, BHS, Union County
J At other schools. Chiefland LeCanto,Williston Santa
Keystone Heights are the defending Fe, P.K. Yonge; Dunnellon and
r champions for both,girls and Cedar Key.In .
the girls division Bradford'sKim
boys divisions. I Ir Iy
Jason Brown the BHS number one Sapp is seeded number four in
} singles boy's singles player was set the number three singles and Lady
to take on Alen Heal of Cedar Key in Tornado Sherri Ross is seeded
his opening round match Wednesday number one in the number four

singles. Going for it...
The Telegraph will feature com BHS's Thomas and Sapp are seed- vt
Number 1 and 2 seeds... plete results from the tournament in ed second in the number two doubles Kim Sapp fought back: to take the
Jason and next week's edition. There are five seeds for each win.even after being down 4-7 at onetime
J Jody' Brown the top two players' on the BUS boys tennis event and seeded In the
singles two Tornado
team gave it all had, but None of the BHS boys were among top Lady win over r
Oak Hall doubles they couldn'quite pull It off against a stronger the ton four Rpprta in the boy's team for the doubles. Oak Hall.
pair last Tuesday. 1
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Issuing Cash Dividend < a ro .) 3I F "

April 24, 1985. \


Winning form...

It was a good day for Donna
Parado as she took the win from Cin-
dy Kendricks of Oak Hall 8-4 as the
Lady Tornados were on the winning
FROZEN path last Tuesday.

.. ;
1 Repairs
'" U.S. NO. 1 RUSSETT ,


[j PIES BHS TrackBad


weather and a new track sur-
face that was bubbling caused the
cancelation of the 18th running of the
LBS LB BAG J $ Bradford Invitational Track meet

8-OZ last Saturday ,
The invitational was scheduled to
FROZENGREEN be the first meet for BHS at home
FRESH FRESH CALIFORNIA this year on their new track. Delays
had seen the completion of the resurfacing -
4/1 pushed back into the

COKES _ regular running season. Re-
surfacing, had originally been
I II I --9 ....1-0:1'1! ::' R"IIn'! ft, 1 J ; ,MORTON ninxeV!'BHBHWTIES. wrm1-".*** ictR '-_..... arai tI scheduled for completion before the'
I II C" "! en I running season began in February.
FRESH "'" V'L = 'MiLYM LS..r:.. ZEtI 1.89 "What is actually causing the bub-
bling is a matter of conjecture,"said
Coach George Loper of the bubbles
STALK CARROTSLB : FRENCH TOAST . ...=$ .99 which have come up following the
JOMAIA . FR= .99 The track was capped with
number two asphalt, the recom-
FRESH CALIFORNIA WESTERN D'ANJOU mended grade according to Loper.

FRESH LARGE GREEN APRIL 24,15.QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. sealer, due to seams and an uneven

GREEN CABBAGE. . . u.23 BELL PEPPERS . . 311.00 surface.The prime contractor for the resurfacing -

was Watson Construction
DELI/BAKERY Company out of Gainesville indicated
IN THE Loper..
Cash --r Cash ---- Cash t "They are dozens of small bubbles
(Di Jr DividendCORONET (Hvidend STORES ONLY and some large ones," said Loper
1 which are predominantly in lane six
Special Special Special and lane one.
sctat f LEAN WHOLE Other problems with the job include -
PANTRY PRIDE not enough asphalt on the
DIXIE edges in several places.
BATHROOM GALLONMILK HAM CHICKENsaGAR The school board was notified
CRYSTALS about the condition of the track at its

TISSUE $129 meeting, Monday, April 15
$249 "My guess, in a brief sentence. It
WHITE OR DECORATED I I HALF won't be easily determinted," Supt.
LB EACH Jim Duncan told school board
i 2% LOW FAT
.-J members trying to find somewhereto
fr Duncan said he'd looked at the
FRESH BAKED track early Monday morning and
I I I ( phoned architect AI Dompe about
the problem. Duncan Dompe
69 would get in touch with the contractor -
the firm that put the sealer on
rv7 16OZ the track and the person who in-
spected the track when it was repaved. -

First procedure will be to that
ROLL r . . .PaNO 1.69 group of people together and try to
.i I I- L P_ TANGY STORE SLICED: come up with some solution Supt.
PROVOLONE . .. . .POUND HALF 1.59 Duncan said. "I don't think it's goingto
,, FRESH MADE VEGETABLE be a problem that's easily
-J -a'' r HEALTH SALAD . . POUND HALF .89 solved" said Supt Duncan.
The big bubbles were made by
water spewing up out of the track
DAIRY/DELI :. CHIC 1.99 surface Duncan said. Water apparently -
FRESH BAKED4LL BUTTERCROISSANTS got under the new surface.

BLUEBONNET A ARMOUR . . . . 21.99QJARfER Duncan said he could not explain
the water shot with such

JUMBO "J FRANKS FRIED PIES. . . . 411.00 force.Board member J.T Parrish said it
MARGARINE ,"beet hot dogs' BEEF OR MEAT CHERRY CHOCOLATE BOSTON the water was coming from 20 feet
: '' CREAM CAKE . . . : 2.99SAVE4O0 underground it would be more

B0 et : i 1-Z $ 59 understandable.The track began. to bubble again in

59 1 Tuesday's rain,and the water receded
16OZ --- CASH IBS52 I after the rain stopped.


KING SIZE HOT DOG BUNS 1ii3. cigarette smoking i I.the moat

,.-- ,,,... ,-, I ... LIGHT & LIVELY I addictive and dependence-
BREAD .5 49: .. producing form of behavior
3 1 ;
8 PAX I known to man. Studies how
b4W-... that, for most smokers it
PAMTRYPBIPgENGLISH I. ,' MILK I seems neceaaary'to quit en-
MUFFINS'I .' HALF GALLON i ,tirely, in order to stop smok
,ing-cutting down just doun'workl
LOAF LQOOO _____________________
nlCe OM.V N.iuuaaaounv salts oui"ow_.._1N 10'-OIMN.IIA
fOCIO>> .NO-.rot fl Ua w.x.1nla

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I Starke Recreation Department News .

Ball-Time Again... Last year 120 runners entered the run with Frank Reynolds of Jackson 4-11 Horse Club Show...
With the weather warming-up. it's getting time to start swinging those vile winning the men's tills" in 16:18 and Lisa Carter of Starke finishing in 4-H Horse Club will host its
22:47: to take the women's trophy home. On Saturday April 20, the Bradford County

bats The and Starke scooping Recreation Demerit has a full season on.tap for the A par-course is a fitness trail which is run. Along the route are a annual show ai the Bradford County Roping Club Arena. and adults'
Events are to 4-H members and other interested youths
number of stations where the runner does a variety of exercises such as open
younger set. sit-ups or pull-ups. with Junior Senior and Open competition being held. Juniors are
through age 12 and Seniors are from ages 13 to 18. Age determination
T-Ball for All... date is Jan. 1 1985.
Vietnam Vet Runs for ,
for 4-6 year olds runs until May 17. FeeIs .. in class
T-Ball registration youngsters Events to be held include English and Western competition
$6 for the season to pay for the cap and T-shirt. To call attention to the almost 2,500 American servicemen still unaccounted events. Speed events include polebending barrel racing arena racing,
To sign your child up go by the Pratt Street Center from. 3-5 p.m. or the for in Southeast Asia Army Master Sergeant Larry McNatt will keyhole race and trail open. Junior and senior events are open to 4-H
Old Armory on 301 from 8:30 a.m. until 5:50: p.m. run from Tampa to Jacksonville April 28 through May 1. members only while open classes are open to all.
The 14-year special forces veteran, presently assigned to the ROTC pro Trophies will be given for first place and ribbons for second through
Small Fry and Juniors... gram at university of South Florida in Tampa Is making the effort on sixth. Entry fee is $2 for 4-H members and $3 for all open classes. Thereis

Small Fry 6-8 and Juniors ages 9-12 are forming teams as well. behalf of the National League of POW-MIA Families. This organizationis a $1 grounds fee per horse.,
and the cost of the cap and 7--shirt. seeking an accounting for the missing servicemen in Southeast Asia.
Registration $6 ball-player covers go by either of the Rec Department's, McNatt is scheduled to stay overnight at the KOA campground south of
To register your Starke on Tuesday April 30.
centers between the hours fsVJunne A child's age at that time
Age determination date in Stroll
placed Strawberry Results...
determines what league he/she is Notice of Election
The spring monsoon put a damper on the Strawberry Stroll 5-K run last Special
Saturday with only 40 runners willing to brave the soaking rain.
Spring Tennis Tournament... The men's competition was won by Tony Lawson 38 of Gainesville in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the

26:50. The women's category was captured by Jan Pekie of Orange Parkin
A single elimination men's and women's tennis tournament is scheduled 34:08.: I Town of Brooker will hold a Special

for the Pratt Street and Bradford High School courts May 17,18 and 19.
Deadline for entry is Friday May 10. Menu Tony Lawson 26:50 Election for the office of Town Mar-
Entry fee Is $8 for doubles and $4 for singles. Balls will be provided by ll-)4 Jimmy uwi U:2S, tS-ISt Wally Ltitlngtr":4', If-14: Jams Rod 13.59 21.29: John
the Rec Dept with brackets and schedules being finalized by Tuesday, Knra 2.:4e. 3034i. K.n Peklt 27:50 33'3": John H..ourl 11,40.44. John Owe 31:07 414ft O.. shal
on 21
May 14.Contact. 31.3V; SO Sf i Paul Gunning 33.lt Tuesday, May ,

the Rec Dept for further details. Women's: Jan Pekle 34:08 '
Polling place is the Town Hall. Polls
19.26. Am.d. C.rr.lra 3i'4l: 10 34: Karen Long 34:4S, 40 441 Janet Cunning 31:30, 4]- 9. ,
M.rg.r.t Elton t:27, to-: Edna Won. 53:Jl '
Bradford Fitness Run..., will be open from 7:00: a.m. to 7:00:

The annual Bradford Fitness 5-K and 1-mile fun runs are scheduled for Bike-A-Thon... [ p.m.

May The 11 5-K run starts in front of the Fitness Center at 8:30 a.m. The one- oA Bike-A-Thon to benefit the St. Jude Children's Hospital is set for May
mile fun run starts at 9:30 a.m. 18, with an alternate date of May 25, if it rains. Linda Robinson!
fponsors for the race are the Florida National Bank Bradford The "Wheel's fOil Life" bike-a-thon is sponsored by the Starke Junior
Hospital Inc. and the Center for Health and Fitness. All proceeds will be Woman's Club. For further information contact Mrs. Shan Johns, 131 Town Clerkeooooooee

used to.build a par-course and jogging trail next to the hospital. South Walnut St., Starke. .

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COURT OF BRADFORD FLORIDA AND PRO,. 7:30: p.m., in the City
Legal Noi Ices COUNTY, VIDING AN EFFECTIVI E:: Hall 209 N Thompson . . e eeee e . .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL DATE. Street Starke, Florida.A .
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA copy of said:\ Ordinancemay
NOTICEOF TO: CALVIN MARTIN Sold proposed Or be Inspected by any o
INTENTIONTO P.O. Box 137, Tlllery, Sold proposed ordinance dmonce may be inspected member of the public at i RENT A'MOVIE
REGISTER North Carolina. may b. Inspected by the public at t I the Office of the City
FICTITIOUS NAME YOU ARE HEREBY by the public at City Hall. Lawtey, Floridc I Clerk In the City Hall,
NOTIFIED that an action City Hall Lawtey Florida during the hours of 8:3 0 I Starke, Florida. On the
for Dissolution of Marriage during the hours of 8:30to : to 11:15 a.m. date first above mentioned
Pursuant to Section b..n filed 11:15 All Interested parties all interested
has a.m.
865.09. Florida Stotutesnotlc. ,.
It h.r.by giver|, against you and you are All interested parties may appear at the parties may appear and : @y
required to serve a copy may appear at the meeting and be heard be heard with respect to .
that the undersigned' of your written defenses, meeting and b. heard with respect to the proposed this proposed Or. -
FAYE LUKE AND JANE S. If any to It. on the plain with respect to the proposed ordinance. dinance. . e eoee
USHER P. O. Box 796 tiff's attorn.y, whose ordinance Lucille Shuford City An Ordinance assessing
Lak. Butler, FL 32054. name and address Is: Lucille Shuford, City Clerk. two dollard ($2.00)) as
joint owners, doing Dudley P. Hardy P.A., Clerk. 4/18 ItchgCity court costs against air
business' under the firm P.O. Drawer 1030 4/18 Itchg . . . persons convicted In the HomeEntertainment
name of FARM WORLD Stark., Florida 32091, of Lawtey FloridaIs courts of Bradford County
AT NEW RIVER. Rt. 1. Box and file the original with seeking ..eal.cbid.:\! on Florida, for violations
652 take Butl.r, Fl the cl.rk of the above NO.68NOTICE a police pursuit car witha of State Penal or'
32054 Intendi to styled court on or b.for. OF PROPOSED puce Interceptor Criminal Statutes or
register said fictitious May 13, 1985: otherwise ENACTMENTOF engine. Please have Municipal Ordinances of ConceptsJUST
nom. und.r the a judgement may b. AN ORDINANCE your bids In before May the City of Stark., and
aforesaid statute. entered against you for BYTHECITYOFLAWTEY, 3, 1985. Send to the address including Two dollard
Dat.d this 2nd day of the relief demanded In FLORIDA as follows: City of ($2.00)) from every bond - .-
"April, A.D.. 1985 In the complaint or peti Lawtey P.O. Drawer G estreature or forfeitedbail COMPARE
Bradford County. NOTICE IS HEREBY Lawtey FL 32058 bond and providingfor
4/04 4/25 tion.WITNESS my hand and GIVEN that on May 6, 4/18 2tchg 4/25 the payment of same .
1s*ill .4tchg.. .. .. the seal of said Court on 1985. at 7:30 p.m., the to the Clerk of the Clrc- All Movies
NOTICEOF "April S, 1985.filbert City Council of the City of ILawt.y. |NOTICE OF PROPOSED cult Court of Bradford
INTENTIONTO S. Brown. As Florida in i 1 ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE County, Florldda to be
REGISTER Click of said Court. regular session to b. |I BY CITY COMMISSION used and expended for
FICTITIOUS NAME BBDeput Parrlsh As h.ld at City Hall Lawtey I StARKE. Law Enforcement Education All Week
V I IBe Clerk. Florida will consider the :FLORIDA Expenditure for the
Pursuant to Section 4/11 4tc1 ._ f ***>! *** City.of Starke law EnSforcem.nt'Officers
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17 ? OrdJ.nac.2nd p r<.JM>AU.. ... __. '. r
865.09 Florida Statut., ..... purl .
.iV.a..1 Reading and proposed NOTICE., IS HEREBY \ t'
notice Is h.r.by glv.n NOTICE passage thereof. ,,GIVEN that the proposed suant to the direction of 3 for' $500
that the undersigned. INVITATION TO BID 4 Ordinance, whose title the Chief of Police of the
JOANN B. COPELAND ORDINANCE NO.68 i I hereinafter appears, will City of Storke, Florida
1252-B South Walnut St., Th. Board of County AN ORDINANCE GRANTING i I>e considered for final upon approval of the City
Stark., FL 32091 sal.own.r Commissioners of Bradford TO FLORIDA inoctment on the 7th Commissioners of $250
doing busln.ssunder County H.r.by POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Jay of May A.D., 1985 Stark., Florida and pro Or Ea.
the firm name of gives notice of Int.nt to ITS SUCCESSORS it the City CommissionMeeting viding an effective date.
JO ANN'S COUNTRY purchase a n.w wheel- AND ASSIGNS AN ELECTRIC |\ commencing at By: Terence M. Brown VIIIIV'I
CRAFTS S WOOD type dozercompactorfor FRANCHISE, IMPOSING ;':30 p.m., in the City Terence M. Brown I I
WORKS, 1252-B South sanitary landfill PROVISIONS AND i"all. 209 N. Thompson P. A. '$% _, ,_ A II hll
operations. CONDITIONS RELATING i Florida. 142 W. Call St. ,
Walnut Street Starke, FL street, Starke,
Th. bids will be opened Starke. Fl. .
32091 Intends to A copy of said Ordinance
Monday May 6J.985 FOR MONTHLY 4/18 Itchg |
register said fictitious I nay be Inspected by any
at 10:00 a.m. The Boardof .!PAYMENTS; TO THE CITY
member of the Machine
nom. und.r the public at Rental
aforesaid statute. the Office of the City .
Clerk in, the City Hall
Dated this 2nd day of
County has the right toaccept DATE. BY CITY COMMISSION
Stark., Florida. On the
April. A.D., 1985 In or reject any or Said proposed ordinance STARKE,
date first above $750
Bradford County.4U441chg42S. all .bids. whichever will! may b. inspected all Interested mentioned FLORIDA J Ea. Night
: in the best Interest ot by the public at NOTICE IS HEREBY
...... parties may appear and
15.5/J 5. Bradford County. Hall GIVEN that the proposed
City Lawt.y.florida.
be heard with
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 4/18 2tchg 4/25 during the hoursof respect Ordinance, whose tltl.h.relnaft.r j -
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL . . . this proposed matter. appears, will -
8.3Oto: 11:15 a.m. An Ordinance adopting
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR No. 64' All interested parties AdministrativeOrder be considered for final VIDEO

BRADFORD .COUNTY NOTICE OF PROPOSED may appear at the 81-1 of the County enactment on the 7th ,
FLORIDA. ENACTMENTOF meeting and be heard Court of Bradford County day of May A.D., 1985 PANASONIC -
AN ORDINANCE at the City Commission CAMERA F
with respect to the proposed Eighth Judlcal Circuitof
BY THE CITY OF LAWTEY, ordinance. Florida.By Meeting commencing at .
INRE: The Petition of FLORIDA Lucille Shuford. City : Terence M. Brown 7:30 p.m.. In the City CAMERA
JOHN H. MONTGOMERYand Clerk. Terence M. Brown Hall. 209 N. Thompson o
NOTICE IS HEREBY 4/18 Itchg P.A. Street Stark., Florida. REG. $856
ANNE MONTGOMERYas GIVEN that on May 6, A copy of said Ordinancemay J
142 W Call St.Stark.
Co-Guardians of 1985 at 7:30 p.m., the NO.63NOTICE .. Fl. be Inspected by any } I
JERRY JOHN City Council of the City of OF PROPOSED 4/18 Itchg member of the public at $2500 779 s .f1/1,0/ II:
the Office of the :
BROWNSTEADto Lawtey, Florida, In ENACTMENTOF City ... ;.
Chang. Name regular session to beheld AN ORDINANCE NOTICE OF PROPOSED Clerk in the City Hall, I \ I
at City Hall lawtey, BY THE CITY OF LAWTEY ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE Stark., Florida. On the 24 HOURSI f. '
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Florida will consider the FLORIDA BY CITY COMMISSION date first above mentioned
following Ordinance on 6 STARKE all Interested '-'
: J.rry Thomas Reading and proposed NOTICE IS HEREBY FLORIDA parties may appear and .;.:.:..
Brownstead. 5015 K.rl. passage thereof.ORDINANCE GIVEN that on May 6, be heard with respect to "
Street Jacksonville, NO.64 1985, at 7:30: p.m., The NOTICE IS HEREBY this proposed Or SHARP [
Florida 32205 AN ORDINANCE City Council of the City of GIVEN that the proposed dinance. VHS PanasonicRECORDER g

ADOPTING THE Lawtey, Florida, In Ordinance, whose title An Ordinance adopting -
YOU ARE NOTIFIED CRIMINAL LAWS .regular session to beheld hereinafter appears, will th. criminal laws of
that an action for change OF THE STATE OF at City Hall in be considered for final the State of Florida. TELEVISION
of for John the 7th By: Terence M. Brown .
name J.rry FLORIDA Lawtey, Florida will consider enactment on I '
Brownstead has been filed the following ordinance day of May A.D., 1985. Terence M. Brown
against you and you Sold proposed ordinance No. 63 Readingand at the City Commission P.A. dry
are required to serve a may b. Inspected proposed passage Meeting commencing at 142 W. Call St. $38998 $379
copy of your written by the public at thereof. Stark., Fl. I CASH CASH
defenses If 4/18 Itchg
any;to wit: City Hall Lowtey, Florida -:
on John H. Montgomery during the hours of 8:30 ORDINANCE NO.63 ".0."'.'"'
whose address I I. Rout. .J';
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3, Box 1093 Stark. All Interested parties TWO DOLLARS FREE! Over $200 ":j:'..'
Florida 32091, on or may appear at the ($2.00)) AS COURT COSTS *.....
before May 1,5, 1985. and. meeting and b. heard AGAINST ALL PERSONS sv
file the with the worth of supplies.
original THE
with respect to the proposed CONVICTED IN ?
Clerk of this Court either ordinance. COURTS OF BRADFORD .
before service on JohnH. Lucille Shuford City COUNTY FLORIDA. FOR when you buy a J
Montgomery or 1m.m.dlat.Iv..Afi.reafter VIOLATIONS OF STATE
; Clerk. CRIMINAL ...... ouaaana--n. ::::;
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otherwise.'a d.fault will STATUTES OR $
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for the relief demanded NO.65 OF THE CITY ';!!:;

HATED at' Starke., TWO DOLLARS .
Florida on this 8 day ol OF AN ORDINANCEBY ($2.00) FROM EVERY- .- I
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COUNTY Florida will consider the EDUCATION EXPENDITURE .. ,
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passage No
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,'' ,,' '' ", Lady Tornadoes_ Defeat KeystoneThe I

BHS Lady Tornadoes won They could get people on base, but back in the fifth and got ahead one,
their last two games against Santa they couldn't score said Slater. however it was all over in the bottomof
I 0' 1f ,.1rn Fe and Keystone Heights to make Two runs came In the fifth Inning the sixth when the Tornados. put
\ tg them 8-7 overall. and 7.1 in the followed by one in the sixth anathree five on the board.
I district. in the seventh, to clinch the "They only had seven hits. Both of
Last Thursday BHS went taSanta game. Nineteen hits were collectedby them were scored on errors," said
Fe and took home the win,7-0. They BHS in taking the win. Three Slater.
followed this up on Friday night witha home runs were in that total, all in- The Starke bats came out in the
6-2 win over Keystone Lady In- side the park. sixth and loaded the bases. Cindy
dians. Stacy Reddish was 3-4 with one Parade's RBI single then to score
homer, Marla Reddish and Patty the tying run. Bridgette Skeen's
Upcoming... Smith were both 3-4 with a homer. RBI singled knocked in the winningrun.
Next action for BHS is Friday Cindy Taylor and Linda Hardin hit Cindy Taylor followed with a
when Orange Park comes to town to two out of four. Pam Zurfluh,the only third RBI single for two more runs.
play at Edwards Road at 4:30: p.m. freshman on the team, went 2-3 Stacy Reddish came to the plate
i In the last regular season game, the for the day. and banged-out, single to knock in
,, Tornados travel to Gainesville High The only explosive inning was in two more runs. In a controversial
next Tuesday, April 23. the seventh when three runs were call Reddish was called out when
The district tournament Is slatedfor scored. she left the bag to pick-up the batting
April 23, 24 and 25 at Westside "We got the hits when we needed helmet she had lost on the way down.It .
i Park. them," said Slater. didn't affect the game, said
The Tornados were 7-7 for the Slater, as his team was retired.
$ BUS 7, Santa Fe 0 season following the win and 6-1 for "We put them down 1,2,3 after
; ? the district. that," said Slater of the seventh Inn-

It was a rout in Santa Fe when the BUS 6. Keystone 2 ing.
Lady Tornados came to visit, baying
Stacy Reddish was 3-4 for the
them reeling with no runs on the
board. game with two doubles and Kay

f' Tammy Lynn pitched a fourhitterfor Friday night, Keystone tried to Allen was 2-3 with one double. Marla
Reddish was 2-3 and made two unassisted -
the Tornadoes."It's .
f'I come out of their slump but couldn'tovercome
double plays against the In-
I a powerful bunch of
I'I' Lady dians. Cindy Taylor went 2-4 for the
'0 comparable to a one or two Tornadoes who took the win 62. evening.
I Keystone came out in the first inn-
hitter in baseball, said Coach John
The 1985 Lady Tornado Softball Team...
Slater. "We played outstanding in
"They knew what they had to do
Members of the 1985 Bradford High Lady Tornado Second Row: Sharon Manning Cindy Strickland. Cindy defense no errors." ing, putting one run on the board. and went out and did it,"said Slater.
I' Softball team are (I-r: Taylor, Pam Zurfluh. Linda llardln. Tammy Lynn BHS lagged until the third when they The Tornados had 14 hits for the
First Row: Manager Kim Ramon Cindy parado Third Row: Bridget Skeen. Stacey Reddish Brena The ladies started off slow, making evening and are now 8-7 for the
\ Ann Starling, Stephanie Thornton. Skeen Patty Smith, Marla Reddish Kay Allen their first run in the third inning. put their own up. Keystone came season and 7-1 in district play.

I City of Starke Sends Out Four More ,Notices on Unsafe BuildingsThree I

down and four to go was the L.M. Gaines to Starke's new Code meeting in City Hall be sent out this week on four more Dilapidated frame structure and ly ruled unconstitutional by County
report: : made by Zoning Director Enforcement Board at.its April 11 Gaines reported that notices willBUTCHER structures that violated the city's adjoining wrecked cement block Judge George Pierce,has placed the

TJWgHgflBqBS. :pig i" Ulil .iil" liig. ',, '. . .-" .,' .. I "unsafe, unsanitary,or fire hazard" building on SR-16 east of former county in the position of having no
ordinance. These are: Starling's Grocery. garbage or litter law at this time.
"Now you can dump garbage
Unoccupied house on Pratt Street Gaines announced that action on anywhere you want," O'Neal said.
across from County Jail. three previous citations has been
completed with owners demolishingthe
SHOPr Small substandard house on cited structures and clearing off
{ US-301 just south of telephone office. debris. The Code Enforcement Board tookno
: Edwards Road Darrell O'Neal, county director of action on the matter, but it was
964.5906 Vacant commercial building at environmental health, called atten- reported that the State Attorney's of-
southeast corner of Call and Cherry tion of the board to the fact that the fice plans to appeal Judge Pierce's
his Streets. county's garbage ordinance, recent ruling at an early date.

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Ceremony signals progress in a $7 million construction projectB

Mark Friedlin. BCT Staff Writer Joe Dunlap, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directorsof
A "Topping Off" ceremony was held at Bradford SFHCS, a member who serves his position without .
Hospital April 4th to celebrate the progress of a $7 pay, said he supports the "not for profit" philosophy of r
million addition and modernization to the facility the corporation. "We have some fine examples of that I Irl ,.
which should dramatically improve the quality of right here. The new fitness center, a better level of
health care available to residents in Bradford County health care here and now this new building. We can
and the surrounding areas.A now provide the best of health care systems to this
white steel girder, symbolic of the highest point on community and all of North Florida."
the new building which has been rapidly changing the Al Kay Carlisle of Starke, chairman of the Board of
skyline at its location on SR 230 and Collie Road in Directors of Bradford Hospital, cited Guy Andrews a
Starke, was signed by some of the dignitaries in a member of the board, and Mrs. Anna Felos,
crowd estimated at 150 who turned out to mark a day of of the board, for their efforts in the project and called
progress in the project. a "giant step forward" for the community.
Bradford Hospital administrator C.E. "Rip" O'Steenwas
master-of-ceremonies for the event, which also in- Two separate, yet related expansion projects are
cluded a small tree in a planter which was hoisted to taking place at Bradford Hospital and at Whispering +t ,
the top of the new building on a huge crane. Pines Care Center. The project at Whispering Pines, 4
The highlight of the ceremony came when two now in its second stage of progress with a new buildingand .
acrobatic construction workers rode the white beam to a refurbishing job on the old building just com- #
the top of the skeletal structure. They raised the ten- pleted, is covered in another article in this issue 1v\\ -fh .,
sion level for their audience with a vertical climbing ,r L ,
exhibition to the top beam, then thrilled the crowd witha At the hospital, the ground in the adjoining lot has ,' ",.. .", ,,, ,.....
been raised to the level of the present .F'IWII.f'. ,". ,It'
fast descent on the tips of their rubber-shoed soles. hospital building << ; (
and a maze of drainage pipes and electrical connec- ;
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Health Care Systems, which operates the hospital tions have been buried beneath the surface in prepara- ++r.rrc
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here. new building.The .

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happier place to live," said Ed Peddie, Presidentof December, 1985. '
Santa Fe Health Care SystemsSFHCS( ), one of four Like the project at Whispering Pines, the construc- 1
speakers at the ceremony. "Progess has come slowly tion at the hospital will move along in two phases. The .
but it has been worthwhile. This" addition is a big step new building will be put up first, then the old building y r
forward for this community. will be
completely refurbished to match the new one. 4p

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Grand champion pig in the 1985 buyer gets the rebate. $1,75, $374.50, purhcased by Wilbur Heights.Hal .
Bradford-Union Swine Show and Largest volume buyer at the Waters ofStarke.Priscilla Davis, B-FFA, 236 pounder,
q Sale is the Bradford County 4H.gl"t record sale was Publix Super- Welch, B-FFA, 245 $2.25, $531, purchased by Norman's
I ? Horse Club entry shown by Bradford markets represented at the sale by pounds, $2.50, $612.50, purhcased by Market of Starke and Orange Park.
t lt 4-H'er Kerrie Snyder. Butch Barclay and Hugh Crosby, a Sonny Andrews of Brooker. Union County 4-H Foundation, 194
l, f Community State Bank bought the Bradford native. Anthony Redding B-4H, 195 pound pig, $4.25 per pound $824.50
r champion pig was bought for $6.25 Fred Mueller, the volume buyer in pounder,x7$585purchased by Griffin total, purchased by Hale, Grahaml
,. c { e per pound, a total value of $1,362.50 recent years, changed tactics and Industries of Hampton. and Schuh &: Assoc.. of Starke ana
d plus some 9235 add-ons for the .added-on heavily. Josh Crawford, B-4H. 210 pounds, Lake Butler
218-pound York hog. Shane Tyler, U-FFA, 199 pig, $2.75, $577.50, purhased by Publix Paul Moody, B-4H, 210 pounder, $2
The reserve champion pig was $1.73, a total of$348.25, purchased by Supermarkets.Marcia per pound $420. puchased by Davis
u tr'p t, I shown by Bradford 4-H'er Chris Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Brown, B-4H, 221 pounds, Express of Starke.Lori .
., Redding, son of Mr and Mrs.Arthur Butler. $1.75, $386.73, purchased by Florida Mosley, B-4H, 217 pounder, $2
Dana Rathbun National Bank.Elizabeth pound, 434. purchased by In-
Redding, Sr. The reserve champion B-4H 230 pounder, per
.bought the 211 Spot reserve chamn- $1.50 per pound a total' of $345, purchased Rathbun, B-4H, 230 terstate Supply of Lake City.
n'. pionfor$4perpoundoratotalvalue by Bradford Courthouse officials pounds $1.50 per pound, $345, purchased Pam Andrews, U-4H, 224 pounds
f t; r of $844 plus $192 in add-ons. Jimmy Alvarez, Dolph Red- by architect of Keystone $2 per pound, $448 total," purchasedby
:i, r The7oplgsbroughtatotalvalueof dish, George Pierce, Esther Hall Heights. Publix Supermarkets.
1"" I1 $32,015.75. an average of $2.16 perpound and Gib Brown. Melissa Reichert, B-4H, 184 Scott Jones, U-FFA, 196 pounds
without add-ons, a salerecord. Will Andrews, U-FFA, 192 pounds pounds, $2, $368, purchased by. Lake $2, $392, purchased by Clyatt WellDrilling
The add- I18 brought in $1.50 per pound a total of $288 Butler Farm Center. Lake Butler.
another $10,000.Resales bought by Petit Used Cars, Lake Phillip Crawford, B-4H, 200 Nanette Conway B-FFA 208
a' a""" n rr hogs were purchased by Butler pounds, $2.75, $566.50, purchased by pounds, $2, $416, purchased by

.. Madison Stockyards for 48 cents per Johnny O'Steen U-FFA,209, $2.75, 'Publix Supermarkets. PRIDE of Florida, which is the
.. pound. Resale means if a buyer does $374.73; bought by Hobo Tractor Co. Jason Percy.,Bat, 218 pound hog, prison industry organization.
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Krrrie Synder and her Grand Champlon not want to keep his animal it can be of Prividence. $2.73, $599.50, purchased by Triest Angela Redding, B-4H, 220 pound,
resold for 48 cents per pound and the Lisa Mosley, B-4H, 214 pounds Construction Co. of Keystone $2, $440, purchased by Florida Na-



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Steer Sale results from the 'B-C FairJames 1... i 1, -


Williams, Union County Jacksonville.\ David Hamilton B-FFA, a
FFA member, showed the grand Allan f rrish, U-FFA, a per pound
champion steer at the ices Bradford- 1,059-poufld Ague Cross Simmental 0,290 p322Angus ased by Publix ..
Union Steer Showd and Sale at the $2 per jx>uiti Bradford County Fair. Lake ButJ%?I'llI'm i Center. Hicks U-FFA, a 1043-pound
Williams' steer, a 1,115-pound Mark flbomas, U-FFA a Limousin, $1,80 per pound or $1,877,
Limousin from Ponder-Webb Farm 1,242-pouiw ...Limousin $2.40 per purchased by Pritchett Trucking Co. p ,rP
in Georgia, brought$5.25 per pound pound or feWO, purchased by Hobo of Lake Butler. .
a total of 585375. Buyer of the Tractor aty* Howard Auto Parts. Lake Butler Junion FFA Chapter,
champion was United Showns, Inc. Bobby Adams B-FFA a a 1,025-Limousin, $2.20 per pound or
owned by Ed Gregory, the fair mid- 1.020-pouiM Angus. $1.80 or $2,016, $2,475 purchased by Publix Super-
way owner. With add-ons, the grand purchase\by Publix Supermarkets. markets.
champion brought 656790. Shantel iWard. U-4H, a 1,261 Loran Boone, B-FFA, a
Reserve champion was shown by Limousin st1.90per pound or $2,396 1,377-pound Limousin, $1,65 per At j
Joe Holmes Union FFA member. purchased\ by Wmnn-Dixle. pound or$2,272 purchased by Brad- 1 1h
Also a Limousin Holmes 1,261 steer Nanett* Stalnaker, U-4H a ford County Telegraph. r
brought $3 a pound or f$3,783 from 1,188-pound >Ltmousin Cross, $1.70 Lisa Watson, U-FFA, a ,t .
Publlx Supermarkets. With add-ons per pount} of $2,029, purchased by 1,018-pound Limousin $1.90 per ,

.ihe*t370.65.; reserve champion brought Triest Heights.Cotitr\iction: Co. of Keystone Dixie.pound or$1,934, purchased. by Winn- ,r ,. 'c

Total sale price, including add-ons Chris Gt>?dW" U-4H, a 1.083-pound Kevin Johnson, U-FFA, a
close to $13,339( was 132157. Ring Limousin Grass, $1.90 per pound or 1,082-pound Limousin, $2 per poundor
sales were $108,753. Average ring $2,248, pufftboaed by Lowell Shadd $2,164, purchased by Pritchett .-.,..;,.. '
price was $2.03 per pound. Add-ons and Dean W td. Trucking. .w". '
pushed the price to $2.48. Scott i Poiiglas: B-FFA, a Philip Pritchett U-FFA a :
Each steer averaged just over l,043pouiHereford Cross S.G., $2 1,149-pound Limousin $2.40 perpound ,
$2,400 without add-ons. per pountj of $2,086 purchased by or$2.758. purchased by Shadd j ,4 t
The 45 steers averaging 1,184 Publix Supermarkets. Trucking of Lake Butler. ifIJ\! yt II rr
pounds was the heaviest sale ever. Andy Sfcith\ B-4H a 1,045-pound Dean Ward U-FFA a 1,015-pound !'... '.. .
Volume buyer was Publix Super- Angus Crc i s Shorthorn, $2 per poundor Limousin $2 per pound or $2,230 ";:..J'f'- '--" : "' '-C"'. '' =- '. ____ .0 -_ .. :..
markets with nine steers bought. $2,290, purchased by Davis Express purchased by Lake Butler Apparel.
Due to the number and weights of of StArke. Enoch Starling, B-FFA, a Grand Champ from Lake Butler...
the steers it was a good sale, says Bradford Senior FFA Chapter, a 1,222-pound Limousin Cross, $1.60
Ray Norman secretary-treasurer of 1.222poUItimousln Cross, $2.10 per pound or $1,955, purchased by The best steer in the show was from Union County manager Bruce Finley holds his daughter Lisa, while
1 the Bradford-Union Cattleman's per pounq of: $2,566 purchased by Florida National Bank and Sawyer- and sold for '6.25 a pound at Saturday night's fat steer James Williams holds the grand champ. Food service
Association. The people supportedus Publix SIJ *r arkets. Slade Gas.Stacy sale at the fair. He was bought by the Johnny United manager Jim Swain looks on.
real well, Norman says. Chad WM, U-4H, a 1,300-pound Bowen, B-FFA aI,072pound Shows the midway company. From left: Midway
Resale price was 60 cents on the Limousin Cross $2 per pound or Limousin $1.90
choice steers, and 58 cents on good $2,600 put' h0ed by Atec Computer pound or $2,037, purchased by Lake per ... ._....... ... II_.... rlll___"" 111._...._, ..... -- -
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Bradford-Union Cattleman'sAssociation. Joey vVilllflms, U-FFA. a1,072pounA Terry Whitehead, B-4H, a
timousin Cross, $1.80 1,445-pound Hereford Cross Grand OpeningCountry
Auctioneer was Bobby Wilson an per pountj; of: $1,930 purchased by Limousin, $1.60 per pound or $2,312,
old Union County boy who now livesin Publix S" tU\arkets. purchased by Community State I
Georgia.The Prestofiarrlson\ B-FFA a Bank.
following prices are the sale 1.154poUleeCalo, $1.75 per pound Chick Goodowns B-FFA, a 1 J 2 Price Perm
prices and do not include add-ons. or $2,019,60, purchased by Farm 1,048-pound Limousin $1.95 per SALEHairplanes $0. v4wn
Connie Guynn, U-FFA a 1,086 Credit 5eCe of Alachua. pound or$2,044, purchased by Lewis
Angus Cross Chiana, $2.60 per Michael Stilwell, B-4H, a1,083poutid Timber Co. of Starke. I
pound, a sale price total of $2,823, timousin Cross $1.80 Wesley Thomas B-FFA, a1.149pound
purchased by Winn-Dixie. per pound; ot $2,129, purchased by Limousin Cross, $1.60 II Crafts & Wood Works1252B
Debbie Parrish, B-4H a 1,096 Brown's fn4ustrial Refrigerationand
pound Angus Cross Limousin $2.50 Equibrnent. See Page 4 I
per pound or $2,740 purchased by S. Walnut Street Hwy 301 South 964-8547
Community State Bank and Western (Next to Flowers' Bread)
Steer Steakhouse.Lee I
Parrish, U-FFA a I 300poundLimousin C "I lieedA Monste"r N "Under New Management" I
$2.10 per pound or $2.730, ,8u edJ r .. Fri. 19 Sat. 20
Band purchased and Western by Community Steer Steakhouse.State 'B.;--. Sheilas Sub & Sandwich Shop Alan Liz WendyOur April April

Kevin Hamilton, B-4H a I J (Formerly 301 Sub Station) '50 Perm is Now ] 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Angus, $2.80 or$3,110.80,
( .. for $25 J
purchased by Jerry Hamm THE HOME OF THE on Sale

Chevrolet Kelly. represented by Stephen -1, MONSTER BURGER Sale Ends A pHI 30.. 1988 J

Angie Schlosser, B-FFA, a North on Hwy. 30)) Welcome LINDA McGHGH J Beautiful Carolina Mountain Rugs & Afghans
1,145-pound Limousin Cross, $1.80 '
per pound or $2,061, purchased by 1.q, Mwsf! Phone Ins Welcome WE HAVE ADDITION J Americana Wood Art
Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake o-' : unusual items for home.
Butler. 964.7697 A Nail Parlor Many your

Curtis Clyatt, U-FFA a 1,208 Tl\ J
Angus Cross Simmental $2 per c SEE: Sheila & Raymond Austin Robbin Stephens York ,

pound or$21 ,P1l hasedtlr.l; \\l bi IXJ'SUSi i Terri Gibbs -, SpeciaOzes In Manicures I -------------------------

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Just in time for Mother's Day
1,106-pound Limousin $2.40 per ** tftuU*<.* i \\j Open 7 Days A Week
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or purchased by Don't forget that special bridel I
Butler Apparel. Sporting Goods & Accessories 737 S. Walnut StStarkl .
Amy Driggers, U-FFA, a N FL 3Z091 GIFTS GALORE///
11,59-pound Angus-Hereford-
I Limousin Cross $1.80 per pound or 964-4645 "COME LOOK ME OVER"
$2,086, purchased by Farmers and r BRADFORD FAIR TSHIRTSStill I II I "
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Lake Butler Senior FFA Chapter, -
a 1,222-pound Limousin, $2.25 per I .
Supermarkets.pound or$2,749, purchased by Publix Plaques and Trophies Now Available Senior Citizen

1,305-pounLimousin Brittany Ward Cross U-4H S.G., a. Ladies Oxford Casuals Reg. '10" '14"

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1Chris\ft: Redding wins Reserve Champion ,at Bradford County.. Fair Swine Sale II

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I tonal Bank. Pritchett Trucking of Lake Butler. Tina Ellxson, U-FFA. 230 pounds Clarence Pendarvis, B-FFA, 218 '$1.75$383.25' purchased by Norton Sarah Douglas B-4H,243-pounder.
Kristy Harrison,B-4M, 186 pounds, David Bass, U-FFA, 197 pounder $2,$460, purchased by Publix Super- pounder. $2 $436, purchased by Telecommunications and Starke $2,25x.7 purchased by LakeButler
$2, $372, purchased by Bradford- $1.50, $295.50, purchased by Florida markets. Bradford Title and Abstract. Video. Farm Center.
Union Swine Association which Pest Control. Dawn Mosley B-FFA,210 pounds, Justin Redding, B-4H, 232 Jeff Carver, B-4H, 236 pounds, $2, Brad Tyler,U-4H,194 founder scooladministrators. $2.
donated the pig to the Santa Fe Com- Belinda Melson, B-FFA 210 $2, $420, purchased by W.W. Wood- 'pounder $1.75, $406, purchased by $472, purchased by Lake Butler $388, purchased. by Bradford
munity College Endowment Fund pounds, $1.50, $315, purchased by chipping. Starke Rotary Club. Farm Center.
which repurchased by Triest Con- Gainesville Livestock Market. Jason Howard, B-4H 194 pounds, Bubby Webb,U-FFA,201 pounder, David Harris, U-4H, 194 pounds, Jason Stalnaker U-4H, 219
struction, Co. for $279. Leroy Griffis, B.FFA, 217 $1.50, $291, purchased (by Bradford- $3, $603, bought by Pritchett Truck- $2, $388 purchased by Blake pounder,$2.50$547.50. purchased by
Mike Bearden, U-FFA, 234 pounder, $2, $434, purchased by Union Vo-Tech staff. ing of Lake Butler. Hamilton of Brooker. Publix Supermarkets.Fred
pounder.$2.25.S526.50.purchased bv RIDE, Anita Black, B-4H 210 pounds, Kathy Harris, U-4H. 210 pounder. Nina King, U-FFA, 210 pounder, Floyd, U-FFA, 195 pounder .
$1.50, $315 purchased by Farmersand $1.75, $367.50, purchased by Union $2.25, $472.50, purchased by Timber- $4, $780,purchased by Hobo Tractor
Dealers Bank of Lake Butler. County Times. jack Inc. of Starke and Raiford. Co. of Providence.
; r1lri : Tommy Balkcom, B-4H 214 Darren Worthington, U-FFA, 214 Springhill 4-H Club, U-4H, '215 Stacy ElIxson, U-FFA, 214
pounds,$2.25 per pound,$481,50,purchased pounder$.175,$374.50,purchased by pounder, $3, $645, purchased by pounder, $3.50 $749 purchased by
by Publix Supermarkets. Pritchett Trucking of Lake Butler. Publix Supermarkets. Florida National Bank.
Jamie Carver. B-4H, 224 ptfunds. Adrian Williams U-FFA, 223
$2.50 $560, purchased by The Office pounder$2.25,$501.75 purchased by --- ---- -
Shop and Bradford Printers. Shadd Trucking of Lake Butler. Friday
Sabrina Starling, B-4H 186 Becky Sweat, U-FFA, 212 ,
pounder, $2, $372, purchased by pounder. $1.75. $371, purchased by RODUd-p pay April 19
:4.1 Mosley Tire of Starke. John Whitehead of Lake Butler.
F Harold Mayben, B-4H, 212 Chris Barf ield,B-4H"$86 pounder, 10 a.m.1 p.m.
pounder, $1.50, $318, purchased by $1.50, $279, purchased by Farmersand at the
.r : Lewis Timber of Starke. Dealers Bank of Lake Butler.
Billy Harrison, B-4H,216 pounder, Glenn Underhill, B-4H, 220
$1.50,$324, purchased by B&H Elec- pounder, $1.75 $385, purchased by Seventh Day Adventist
tric of Thomasville, Ga. Publix Supermarkets.
Franklin Hart, B-4H, 224 pounds Annette Balkcom B-4H, 228 Christian Academy
$1.75, $392, purchased by HowardAuto pounds, $2, $456, purchased by
Parts of Lake Butler. Publix Supermarkets.Hollie .
Amy Dowling, B-FFA, 186 Sapp, B-4H, 187 pounder PRE-REGISTER FOR
pounder, $2, $372, purchased by $1.75, $327.25, purchased by Florida
w ', aq ; Farm Credit Service of Alachua. National Bank. 1985.1986 School Year
Wes Moody,B-4H,208 pounder,$2, Randy Underhill B-4H, 207
$416, purchased by Whitley Steal of pounder,$1.75,$362.25,purchased by 8
Maxville. Florida Pest Control. '' S: ComeGR ADESD
Lisa Moody, B-FFA, 218 pounder Lance Wiggins,B-4H,213 pounder, '\oo y With Us
j:; $2, $436, purchased by Teal Tile andCarpet $2.50,$532.50, purchased by archtect S .
of Starke. Craig Salley of Gainesville. Friday April 19 10 am -1 pm
Dale Pendarvis, B-4H, 233 Ashley Burkhalter, B-4H, 228
4 4 yj pounder,$1.75,$407.75,purchased by pounder 12,$456,purchased by Grif- Charleen Wright PrincipalTeacherParents
The Wester Steer Steakhouse of fin Industries of Hampton.
Starke. Roger Rowe, Jr., B-FFA, 190 Welcome Refreshments Served
Jim Godwin, U-FFA, 192 pounder, pounds, $1.75, $332.50, purchased by
$1.75, $336, purchased by Publix Columbia Livestock Market. .
Taylor, B-4H, 210 pounder, pounder $2, $406, purchased by
$2, $420, purchased by Elixson Public Supermarkets.Amy MORE INFORMATION CALL 964.4016
Reserve Champion... Trucking of Starke.Steer Black, B-FFA. 219 pounder,
Chris Redding and his reserve champion.

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t per pound! or $1,838, purchased by
t Florida Bank and Home Entertain-
r ment Center. '
? Belly Heavner, B-FFA, a
1,174-pound Angus Cross Limousin,
$1.60 per pound or$1,878, purchasedby
II ,, fr Florida National Ban :
I David Slater, U-FFA, a _
1,440-pound Limousin, $1.60 per _
pound or$2,304,purchased by Publix
i Supermarkets.
Randall Polk, B-FFA, a 980-pound
Angus Cross Limousin, $1.60 per 599EA.
pound or $1,568, purchased by
9i d Florida Nationald Bank and Brad-
ford County Telegraph.
1 Dori Smith, U-FFA, a 1.015-pound
Limousin, $1.80 per pound or$2,007, MEN'S
I purchased by Dean Ward.
Chuck Martin, U-FFA, a SHIRTSShort
: 1,295-pound Angus Cross Limousin "
rs $1.60 per pound or$2,072. purchasedbyToward u sleeve ,,. i I
'" : and Riherd Construction %:rr 'plaid or Gl:1e*:? pk. = ,. 1onF
,, ''Reserve Champion on the block... of Lake Butler. '.. ed shirts, sizes I I
Lisa Waters, U-FFA a SMLXL.
Coming in a close second Joe Holmes'steer claimed the Reserve 1,470-pound Chianina Cross, $1.60 LADIES'CASUAL
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Death car... ;;' condition Is Tn. was transported to Bradford
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James Kip Boutte, 17, of Keystone family were seriously injured in an listed as fair,according to a hospital. Hospital.Rescue 61 to North Florida
Heights was killed in his Plymouth accident Sunday morning on SR-16 spokesperson.
Hospital with possible internal in-
April 13 at 2:05: p.m. on SR-21. laceration on her
east of Starke. Diana had a deep according to Paramedic Dan
Boutte crossed the center of the Geraldine Phillips, who was driving hand and a fractured left foot, she juries Cuddington and Cliff Chapman.The .
roadway as he was northbound on a 1979 Ford statlonwagon. her was to be released from the hospitaltoday Starke Fire Department with
SR-21 and struck the left front of a daugher Diana Lynn, 18, and her Wednesday.A Jaws', Lawtey Correctional Fire
vehicle driven by Edgar G. Akridge., mother Gladys Stepp of St. Peters, witness vehicle westbound on and Kingsley Lake Vol. Fire
49, also of KH. Dept.
Boutte was pronounced Mo., were all taken to Alachua SR-16 had stopped to make a left assisted at the scene.
dead at the scene.A General Hospital by Stat Flight or turn onto CR-230, saw an ap- -Dept. -
passenger in the Akridge car Rescue 60. proaching westbound truck and
Paul Akridge, 14, was transportedby realized it could not stop. The This accident Is the second major
w Rescue to Alachua General witnessehicle pulled off the road- accident at the SR-16 and CR-230 intersection
r- Hospital. Boutte's father, ,Russell, Mrs. Phillips suffered a broken way but the truck slid into the pathof within the past eight mon
y who was in a vehicle following his vehicle,according '
lower left leg, chest injuries, right eastbound Phillips August
1 ,.vwy W d son, was taken to Bradford Hospital, hip and leg are also fractured. Both to Trooper Carl Headton. 17 Carmen Eaves, Linda
according to Trooper W. D. Mrs. Phillips and her mother Mrs. Thomas and Robert Magyari! were
Langston. Stepp suffered deep facial lacerations The driver of the 1984 Ford crew seriously injured in a four car colli-
I, .\ which will require reconstructhe truck, Robert Foster of Nashville sion at the same turn off:

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i Arthur Dwayne Thornton, driving Disorderly Men time they had served.They were Marvin Owen McDonald. of intoxicated license, according and no to valid Patrolman driver's
CourtIn while license suspended; paid $15 Arrested released from the BCJ April 16. Sylacough, Al. as arrested April 13 Barrette.
at Lil George
court cost.A ChampStarke for failure to appear on the charge of
Bradford CountyThe Recent ArrestsIn driving while license suspended,according -
juvenile charged with no valid Police were called to a Shirley Ann Sheppard of Lawteywas
following defendants ap- driver's license; withheld adjudication disturbance April 15 at the Lil Bradford CountyThe to Trooper Pescia. He was arrested for driving while Intox-
peared in Bradford County Traffic- must write a 200 word essay. Champ Store at the corner of US-310 released after a $210 cash bond was icated,according'o Trooper Pescia.
Criminal Court April 1 before Judge Donnell Gilmore charged with and Market Road. following individuals were arrested posted. Sheppard's blood alcohol contentwas
George H. Pierce. driving under influence (violation of Two men who apparently had been in Bradford County duringthe Marcus Zunizo, Jr. of Ft. Worth, .19 percent. She was released
Clarence McNeil charged with probation); sentenced to 60 days in drinking were arrested and charged past week. Texas was arrested for(driving while after a $325 surety bond was posted.

level driving; was with found unlawful in comtempt alcohol,blood must county Homer jail.Lee Padgett, driving while with to Patrolman disorderly W.conduct C. Reno., according ..- - - .r "" "" ""' '''' ''''' '''''' ''''' '''' :;. ..... ..... ...... .... .... .... :.. .... ..... ....- ...,--
complete driving while intoxicatedDWI license suspended; paid $25 court Michael James Baker of Bonita
( ) school within 60 days. cost.Paula Springs and Ronald Eugene Raineyof Norman's Market
Joseph E. Aldret driving while in- Benefield charged with no Oklahoma
pled at
guilty their first
toxicated fined $334, 50 hours com- child restraint; fined$10. i : .
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munity work, license suspended six _, U.S. 301 South 964-6071
months, must attend DWI school..
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Paul Authar Case, driving whilelicense
suspended; fined$81.50. 100( South towards) Keystone, take right on Open 8:30 am 7 pm Mori thru Sat.
Gary Laverne Burch, no valid 24th Street (Forsyth Road), follow signs
driver's license; fined$81.50. Compare Our Prices & Save!11 I
Burch, no tag; fined$29.
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Kenneth Wayne driving -
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Arthur Glover, driving while intoxicated 964-7109 e P cm> rr
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Henley, improper turn; $39 court Workers Compensation and
John Reed Rolfes, driving while auto injuries accepted. Blade 7-Bone
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Charles Flem Lynn charged withno Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights Steak 9 Stew1.59Lb. I.99L.
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: was a retired Carpenter and Survivors include: one nephew
Robert Eugene Dennis served in the' Illinois National Mr. Woodrow W. Wilson of Macon, .
Villette Hughes Vogh Guard, during World War I. He was
.. Robert Eugene Dennis, 51; of Mrs. Villette Ga.Funeral I' $25
Hughes Voh, age 87, a Protestant.
services were held Tues- Perms !
Hampton, died Thursday morning, of Regency House,Jacksonville,Fl., Survivors include: two sons, day, April 16, at 11:00: a.m. in the .: .
April 4, at Bradford Hospital afteran died Thursday evening, April 4, in Charles R. Myers of Orlando, Fl., Chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
extended illness. A native of the Baptist Medical Center, follow- Richard V, Myers of Keystone Lake Butler with Bro. Dan Jarrett By: Glenda and Suzi
Reading, Pa., he was retired from ing a short illness. Born in Boiling Heights, Fl.; a sister, Mrs. Mary M. officiating. Burial followed at Mt.
the Electric Hose & Rubber Co. of Springs, S.C., on May 30,1897, Mrs. Andreas of Harrisburg, Pa.; five Zion Cemetery near Lake Butler. 118 S.Thompson Street
; Wilmington. Dela. A resident of Vogh moved to Jacksonville five grandchildren; and. two great grand- Archer Funeral Home of Lake In Merle Norman Building 964-4151 ,
Starke for the past ten years, he wasa years ago, from Santa Fe Lake, children. Butler is In charge of arrangements.
U.S. Army veteran, and a member Melrose, Fl. Mrs. Funeral '
Vogh was a services will be held at
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retired Teacher and the "
History 10:00: a.m. on Thursday, April 18'at
Survivors are his wife, Roxie Ann Dean of Girls at Miami Edison High the Graveside, with Rev. Earl
Dennis, Hampton; one son, Bobby; School. She was a member of the Thompson conducting the services.
his mother and stepfather, Eugene Daughters of the American Revolu- Burial will ,be in Hope Cemetery CEDAR RivER ,1 1 J
and Mary Weisenford, Palmetto; tion; Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority; under the direction of Jones Funeral ''T
one daughter, Tina Marie Dennis, and Faith Presbyterian Church in Home, Hwy. 100 and Cypress St., !
New Castle, Dela.; two step- Melrose. Keystone Heights, Fl. 'I" \
daughters, Joyce Ann Fritz, Smyrna Mrs. Vogh is survived by two sons, SEAFOOD I 1r-rj
Dela.; and Carole Jane Richard P. Vogh, Jr. of Qainesville James Kip BoutteMr. /' ''l /
Allabrand, Clayton, Dela.; one and James W. Vogh of Bartlesville, James Kip Boutte, age 17, of \ I.
sister, Mary Hathaway, Palmetto; O.K.; six grandchildren; and eight Keystone Heights, died Saturday ; f \ .; l I
two rothers, Samuel Dennis, great grandchildren. afternoon April 13, from injuries he 1'
Ocala; and George Dennis, Columbia Funeral services were held at 2:30: received in an automobile accident. 'OYSTER BAR ;..r ; V Vii

,S.C.; ten grandchildren,and one p.m. on Monday, April 8, in the Born in Jacksonville,Fl,on Nov.25, """ "" '"''!'''' ii! ;
greatgrandchild.Funeral DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Dr. 1967, Mr. Boutte was a lifelong resident ........
services will be con James R. Neale, Jr. conducting the of Keystone Heights.He I J-:: .
ducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 6, services. Intermen was in was a senior at Keystone High ,' I /0,'
at Archie Tanner Funeral Home Melrose/Eliam Cemetery under the School where he was a member of : .r .... ,
with Rev. Robert Gillis officiating. direction of Jones Funeral Home, the Keystone Indians football team .
Burial will be in Santa Fe Cemetery. Hwy 100 & Cypress St., Keystone and the High School Track Team. 1 I, I
Heights, Fl. He was a member of the Keystone yf ,
Elizabeth Gunning'Elizab Community Church and also the '
th' McReynolds dunning, Charlie C. Dees Youth Group of the Church. y t
age 84, of Claremont, California, Charlie Cox Dees 59, of Lake Survivors include: his parents, j ,
died Tuesday,April 2,in the Western Butler, died Saturday afternoon, Russell J. and Wanda L. Childers
Assemblies Home,Claremont,Calif April, in the Veterans Administration Boutte, both of Keystone Heights, I .
following a long illness. Born in Hoscltalln Lake City followinga Fl.; a twin sister, Miss Vicki Lee -' r' *
Scotland, on July 4, 1900, Mrs.Gunn- A life long resident of Boutte of Keystone Heights, Fl.; a i I':.
ing moved to Claremont in 1981, Union County, Mr. Dees was a brother, Russell Keith Boutte of :
; \ from Keystone Heights. Mrs. Gunn- retired tax consultant and was a Keystone Heights, Fl.; a Maternal '' :1
ing was a retired professional Cook member of Providence Village Baptist grandmother, Mrs. Jesker Childersof ;
'f" and food service manager from New -' Church. Hamilton, Al.; and many cousins, .
' York. She was a member of the Survivors include: two daughters aunts and uncles. f
:',' Brethern Assemblies at Park of the Diane Thomas of Lavonia Mich. and Funeral services were held at 4:00 (
1 Palms Sandra Adkins of Lapeer, Mich.; pm. on Monday April 15, in the tr' : ( .
two brothers, B.W. Dees of Providence :
Survivors include: one daughter, Keystone Community Church, with .
< Mrs. Estelle Morganegg of Seaford, and J.L. Dees of Dunnellon; Rev. Buddy Friedlin and Rev. Rob ; ,... .
a NY; one son-in-law, Loy Olesen of three sisters, Marjorie Alligood of Morford conducting the services. .,A .
{1 Zion, II; eight grandchildredn, and Alachua, Willa Mae Johnson of Burial was in Keystone Heights
. 14 great grandchildren. Alachua, and Lucille Buhl of Ocala; Cemetery under the direction of
t. Funeral services were held at 4 five grandchildren. Jones Funeral Home, Hwy 100 and CATC,7a
l' p.m., on Friday, April 5, at the Funeral services were held Mon Cypress St., Keystone Heights, Fl. :s
Ii Graveside, in Keystone Heights day, April 8, at 2:30: p.m. in the Providence S ...
Village Baptist Church with .
r Cemetery with Mr. Ernest Minnie M. Meeks .
.f' Woodhouse conducting the services. Rev. Fred McCray, Rev. Ennis Miss Minnie Mae Meeks, 75, of Rt. V \ '! \'i '
t Jones Funeral Home, Hwy 100 & Harper and Rev. Eddie Blalock of- 2, Box 654, Lake Butler died Sunday ( April 24 & 25
;K' Cypress St., Keystone Heights, Fl., Wray Cason, Keystone Heights; his night, April 14, after an apparent ,: '
I was in charge of arrangements. father; Ira Lee Chelette, of Ken- heart attack. Miss Meeks was bronin Ll' .: Secretary Special
\!) tucky; two sisters, Mrs. Renee C. Union County where she was a $375-
/ Sidney V. Tileston Patterson of Keystone Heights, and lifelong resident. She was a former 4444y Pasta Shrimp Salad...
Margaret M. Chelette, Gainesville;
seamstress and a member of the
Sidney Vance Tileston, 20, of
a one brother, Clarence E. Chelette,of
3 Gainesville, died Tuesday, April 2 at Keystone. He was the grandson of DINNER SPECIALS
: his home. He was a life long resident Marvin Wray of Starke. EYEPROBLEMS
of Gainesville and was a member of Funeral services were held at 11 f f.u.4 f April 120. April 23
the Highlands Presbyterian Church.He .
a.m. Tuesday, April 9, in FriendshipBible .
was employed with Mikes Land- Church, of Keystone Heights, ?
scaping. with Rev. Joe Arthur conducting. t, Catfish Dinner $ 595o
Survivors include: His father Burial was in Keystone Heights .
John S. Tileston of Gainesville; four Cemetery under direction of Jones
brothers, Stan Tileston of Alachua Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. ::
Darby, Mark, and Todd Tileston all April 26 April 30
of Gainesville; one nephew. Charles Clifton MyersMr. _&
Funeral services held Friday \s;
were t Clam
Charles Clifton Myers, age 85,
April 5, at 2 p.m. in the s
of Orlando, Fl., died Monday after- .f $425
with Highlands Rev. Presbyterian William E. Shea Church of noon, April 15, in Orlando Regional ;-> DinnerTakeOuts
Medical Center, following a long il.Iness. '. f ,
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YARD SALE Stove A r.(rlg.rolcr, Ic. 1972 FORD MAVERICK It78 CHEVY
maker K.nmor. rock.r, cloth., .tc. MONZA As Is Condition Both $650.00 I FOUND WHITE DALMATION PUPPYl with FOR RENTs 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick
Sot 23rd 9-5 Take R225 from Lowt.y. 964.6729 or 964-8631.4111 2tpd 4/18. black white hip. If not claimed by Sat. home central' AC A heat 2 car carport,,
NW 68th Str..t tak. left. Follow sign IMS VALIANT PLYMOUTH good shape will have to take to pound 964-6932. carpet built in range and dishwasherand .

4/18 ltchgTWO new paint fob, $350 Call after 5 4/18ltchg .._ more 964-6490, ,964-8877, {
FAMILY YARD SALE County Rood 964.4080,4/18 Itchg. --, 964.8963.18 2tchg 4/25 }
16, W.it 5 mll..from 301 A 16 lnt.r..c- 73 BUCK IASABRE power steering, MISCELLANEOUSLOOKING ONE BEDROOM TRAILER, ((8' x 30') south C ar
tlon. Thur, Fri. A Sot 9.6 p.m. 4/18 brakes windows, AC 82,000 miles, .of Steel Mill In Lost Valley Cam :
Itpd good over all cond. $950. 964.5952 and pground. 9645760. 4/18 Itpd. ErWille
THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Friday, 6919. 4.8 Itfn. DOLLAR MAJOR ONE TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment ,
Saturday A Sunday. Tool, dl.h.., 1979 MERCURY MARQUIS 4 door power MEDICAL EXPENSE COVERAGE $160 and $200. plus $75 sec \\
pott, pan., clothvi, antique and much steering brakes air 57,000 miles New Call Desso Forman at 964-8490 after 9 deposit. No pets allowed 964.8071 'rt'1; I '
morel 221 South Hampton off 301' look tires $2,275. 964.8358.18 Itpd. p.m. 4/l12tchg 4/18. 4/18 Itchg. W7 ,:;::;d ,
BULLDOG PUPPIES two weeks old. Male "mt" III
for sign. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4/1811pd 1979 VOLKSWAGON RABBITi Custom 4 937: N. WALNUT 1 Br apt Nice convenient PHONE 964-7776
YARD SALE: 9.5, 632 Plnewood Drive. speed, air, runs good 1775. 7823593. $20.00. Female $10.00. / 4tchg 9/2. No Pets children, 1st last Dep CttLlAERWIIIEGAR .
WANTED A GOOD HOME for ( 205 N. i iI
4/18 : a young Temple Starke
Sat, 1 day only. 4/18 Itchg Itpd. required. 964.8380 after 6. 4/l81tpd
1984 MERCURY tiger striped mama Cot and her 5 3 _
2 FAMILY YARD SALEon Friday, Loads of COUGARS fully 'loaded
cloth., and mlse Items. Northtlde of 782.3670782.3811 ext 66. 4/18 Itchg. week old 'kittens.. 964.7679.18 Itpd. BOATS
Griffls Rain Cancels. 1977 CAPICEi Classie, perfect condition. ATTENTION mother A daughter who
Loop 1/181tchg
Waldo Store F, Children, Women 8. 964.6191.18 2tchg 4/29 I4ft. BASS BOAT AND TRAILER with

Man wear household etc etc..Friday 1972 DATSUN P.U. TRUCKs 4 speed, 25hp motor and electric trollIng -
Sat Sun, Man. from 4/19-4/2210 a.m.S .. short bed, runs excellent. $1,300.00Starke ing. 4/18 Itchg. motor. Like new. $2,250. Call PAVED DRIVEWAY, 3 SECURITY LIGHTS I
p.m. Information call 964..966.18 964.6627.IB 2tpd25 9646943 after 6:30: p.m. 4/11 2tchg New deluxe office complex plenty of paved parking located an Hwy 301 S,J
Itpd 1974 TOYOTA HILUXs Excellent Cond. 4/18. I 1125 Sq. ft. each with bathroom spacious storage $425.per month "
GARAGE SALEiThurs. Frl and Saturdaytill economical Transporatlon $1,150 or WANTED I .90S W. Pratt lovely brick 3 BR 28 on 2 lot*.
12oo: Many misc.llaneau.lt.m.. best offer. 964-4169 or 9647138. 4/18 LAND FOR SALEONE .IN COUNTRY ON 1 ACRE: Neat 3 BR 2 B Family room, fireplace, rang,
Griffls turn Itchq. refrlgl. D/W CHSA 58500.
Loop right by Handy Way
AXLES TIRES Two axles and four tlr...
5th house on the 'left. 4/18 Itpd I FOR LEASE OR SALE Close to FSP & USI 4 BR 2 B CHSA $385. per mo.
BIG 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Thurs Frl, MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI Shop.Highest 301 price South paid., Stark.Green's, FL, 964-9007.Welding ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. I BRICK 4 BR 2 BA On 1 aero towing room could bo 5th BR, fireplace, double |
and Sat. lots of Baby Items, dithes, 11/03 tfnchgCOUNTRY 3000. $300 down, $79 per mo. Call I garage, 2 Utility rooms, CH&A, Refrig range, D/W, thermal' window
books and lots misc.;; 2221 Ralford Rd. 9645606. 10/4 tfn I DAIRY QUEEN Owner In
GSSSOl NEW under warranty, WESTERN lAND for the nightof : Calif anxious to tell.
4/181khg' only 1300 ml. wlnshleld, backrest. Cost Saturday April 20. Start at 8 p.m. LOTS balance A ACREAGE In' five 20' percent down, I eCALL STREETs Home for sale. Best area. Excellent financing.
2500.00 New Asking 1700.00 Please call 468.2543 after 6 p.m. 4/18 years, financing by 1484 ACRES: Beaut country. $444,0001 Near Columbia Cty. line.
HOMES FOR SALE 782.3926.18 Itpd.MOBILE owners, 9646853. 12/13 Hn. I NOCODY DOES IT BETTER We
Itpd ACRE LOTS, Pleasant Grove Settlement. : oro proud to offer luxurious home across from
WANTED TO TRADE, 1966 Ford P/U 3500. $350 dn., $70 Call I Storke Golf 8 Country Clb Fit for a King! Make an offer
401 S.WATER STREET By owner. 2 BR, CB HOMES rebuilt engine ((6 cyl) for small 9645606. 1/03 tfn per mo. 1301 MOTEL, 16 rms. furn. & roomy living quarters. 376' Hwy 301 Own. fin.
home, 1-468-1323. 11/08 tfn FOR SALE economy truck or car will consider ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY (FORMERLY MAJIK MARKETAcro from HS. 301 frontage. Priced right!
DOCK HOUSE: Mod.rn kitchen ov.r the small cash difference. Coll Terry after ROAD, $2600. $250 dn., $100 per mo. ( BROWNLEE ROAD36.43 ACRES Of prime property. Owner financing. .
water wh.r. shrimp, crabs, and fish 5. 964.8263.4181 Call 964.5606. 1/03 tfn I*2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In city $6,000 each. Pinebreeze off Colley Rd.$21.50011 .
or. plentiful season. Beautiful'vi.w.S.clud.d. SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 N.Stork. WANTED TO RENTs Responsible couple 1.7 ACRES-IROOKER ROAD (C-227)) I Single wide with family room added. 2 BR, 1 BA on % Ac.
On. ocr. plus at Harriet'sBluff. .. Come see Ray GoWn, formerlyof desires renting quiet house or M/H In $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call I LOVELY BRICK CEDAR HOME ft 37V4 AC 2,250 tq. ft. with FP. 4/2'/i ft barn.
1 'A hours NE Stark. 964-7839. Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains. country or away from heavy traffic. 964.5606. 1/03 tfn I -4 ACRES: $12,000 On Rd. 230A and Wilson Rd. '
3/07 tfn W. buy and move used homes. Please call Terry after 9.964-8265.4/18 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROADr $1,995 -132 W. CYPRESS ST., 2BR, 2Ba. Owner mutt tell. ,
3 BR, IB ATM HOME) Saratoga Ht.. car 964-4414 or 964..778.26 tfn Itpd per ac. $1,000 dn., $250 per mo. Call I 'KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: Two lots for $5,500. .
n.r lot. Enclosed garage,. CH/Alr. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12 x 65 mobile STABLE HAND: Day labor plus com.Must 9645606. 1/03 tfn ( LEASE COUNTRY CHARM:3/1 on 7 ac..CH8oAcompl. furn., garden,
Phon.964.8652.3/21 tfn home 2 br, 3'/i ton central Heat/air be able to'show horses. MAMAS LOT IN CITY I
$6,000. Call 964.5764; after greenhouse & pecan t,.... $375.00
BY OWNER HAMPTON LAKE MEA looks like brand new. 60009647312. STABLES WALDO. FL 468-1020, 5, call 961.5251.3/07 tfn .4 BR, 1'/ BAi Brick. Rd. 16 E. One half acre with fireplace.
Brick, 3 BR, 1% BA. 4/18 tfn. 964.8380.4/18 2tpd 4/25 OCALA .
Fireplace, carport NATIONAL FORESTs High and 533 W. PRATT ST: Convenient to everything. 21,000
WANTED GOOD HOME for horses and
screened 1915 DOUBlEWIDEi 3 br, 2 bath, wooded
porchmlle wett of dry lots suitable for mobile
ponies We buy, sell A trod., tack room RAIFORD AREA CB W/CYPRESS VENEER One acre. 2 BR 1 BA. Approx. 1500 j
Highway 301. 95000. 468-1976 after masonite siding, shingle roof $17,995 home, cobin or camping. $4990 ea. ft. .
Handsome ,
Interior old.
tq. only
New saddles from
now $116. y
6:00.3/28 "tchg 4/18 Free set up and delivery. Clayton w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc huntingand
GOVERNMENT Homes 3965 Jax. Fl Carts, harnesses MAMA'S STABLES COUNTRY CLUB10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club.
HOMES FROM 111 Phillips Hwy fishing. Owner ((904) 236-4979 or
(U-Repair) Also delinquent tax proper .7330821.418 WALDO, FL ..468-102O 9648380. 4/18 629.9649.3/21 12tchg 6/6 BRICK HOME RD. 230: 3 BR 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fed. bkyd. 52000.
ty. Call 805.687.6000, .xt. GH-9904 for WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING New ,14 2tpd 4/25 100 FT. WATERFRONTwIth dock on THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT, "Plnesong". 37 bldg.
Information' 4/04 4tchg 4/29 wide 2 br, bath, ceiling fan. Bay win DESIRE HOUSES TO CLEANfor Information .Crosby Lake Call 9644236. 4/11 tfn J lots w/paved roods. Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except termt.
3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat. dow payments as low as $144.00 mth. call 496-2218. 4/18 Itchg chg. SECLUDED CHARMING Unique hideaway. 6 yrs. old. 5 BR, 3/ BA. CHA.
Enclosed garage, 'low maintenance Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy Jax. RESIDENTIAL LOT ready for construction.City I Sep office. In city. On 7 Ac. Just Reduced to 79900.
telling fans, nice neighborhood close Fl 733.0821.4/181 Itchg. FOR RENT water and sewage. $6,500.00 (ROOM TO ROAM:2565 sq. ft. home on 3'/i Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
to Southside Elem.$39,900,964.5952 or PAYMENTS LOWER THAN RENT 1985 14 .961.7271.4/11 4tchg 5/2. -ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE A farm house w/approx. 49 Ac. on Hwy. 229.
964.6915.l8ltfn.. x 70 3 br, 2 bath, bay window In kit I, .. ',. Ass. 9 to 20 acres. 964-7893 I$99,000 with assum. mtg.
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ch.n, ceiling fan 'lots of cabinets, large I BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS: Own. fin. Additional acreage avail obi..
BUSINESS closet, payments as low as $182.00. Mobil. Homes vehicles and spaces welcome.for Phone rent.Recreational I ( BUILDING LOTS: Bessent Rd. ((4)) 5 Oaks ((1)) Conn.rly Estates ((2)) Hampton
Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy Jax. "68.29129/16 tfn STARKE FLA. I Oaks ((2)) Crosby Lake ((1)). Sampson Lake ((1)).
Fl. 733.0821.18 RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET, Will' I 222' FRONTAGE 3011 1 ml.S. of Starke, next to Mosley Tire Co. Exc. terms
.... .; ******************** design and remodel to suit your needs. 1 FOR SALE OR RENT -10 AC..W/DOUBLEWIDE: Near'Hampton. Only $35.000. I' L.TUMSOFo1201 |
MOBILE HOMB:PARK FOR SALE $94,000() :, NO CASH NEEDED0"!; ( Colt 964. 05p ask for-Jorml 0/07 Ifn i f .Fofr 1200 so.' ft bldgs':' $200, per POSSISKI loVAtJXJIeor. w/approx71fa0zaMM.q 3OISdlM! f
down. rlncomd'Cr.at taw br.a k., MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTs One mile month.i Ideal' for contractors,,,auto (deep w.II..3..p\n.u..ki: '," Mrfi'fJotfer" !' ; Bldg..Snicked pond S ''creek.
New 14' Wide 2 BRs ;
Serious investors only. 3734792. Cash from Starke city limits Clean. No repairs light mfg., storage, lumberyard I INVEST NOW: Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy 301 lust South of City Limits.
flow records down paym.nt In 1'syears. Fully fumltlwd... flf Refity.,viuNid ceilings children or pets Hwy. 16, W. Call. machine shop. I'" * * -
3/28 Stpd 4/29 plywood floors* much m... 468.132310/7 tfn FOR INFO CALL EVENINGS
"THE OCTAGON CONCEPT" A great opportunity 179" Per MonthA CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On I LAVERU OUTLAW 944-5478 BILL DODD'....7401
for builders and developers. No Money Down to Outlined Buyer. Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call MCDOUGALLAUCTION JOHN GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK. JR. 944-7188 '
High profit potential. Dealership 964.7530 or 468-132310/07 tfn CO., INC. TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 NOVIS WARD'''.7454
available at no cost for qualified per Cell Tode, Mr. Ford STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly | WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 DAVID DODGE 964-5370

son. Call or Write OCTA-STRUCTURE *.....j 3J11 ..*.... rot... Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple 1-904-786-8989.
OF FL., INC. 2516 W. 23rd St. Panama Ave. 7/28 tfn
City. FL 32409 ((904)) 763.6553.18 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2
2tchg 425INTERNATIONAL BA apt. For more Information call Lake .
STEEL BUILDING' i.i Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity
MANUFACTURER) awarding dealership Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 1394-2 br. home on :3 acres, Hamp
In available areas oon. Great profit KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Mobil. Home. Two ton. $5500.00.
potential In an expanding Industry.For i-New ....... Carpet T/0 F/F tofrig.. BR, 1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un 392--9 ac. with abandoned trailer, Jasmin
application call Wedgcor ((303)) I plywood floor, 81 Yr. warranty. Assume furnished. Purchase option. $69-$89 welt and partial septic, .elec. Private ,
759.3200 ext. 2..03.18 Itpd. Payments at '219M Fir Mo. WINo Down per month plus lot.473-7560.3/28.6/27 I area. 16500. $2,000 down and! '; TVRO Systems Inc.
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEARt 4 Payment It Oudlflod Buyor.Cil Mr.Ford MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 1 BR, house assume mtg.
Ladies apparel, Children, Larg. size trailer completely furnished, heat and I386--2 br. mobile on 2 ac. $21,900.::
Combination Western store. Accessories **JHr****37tffidCOMMERCIAL air. $60.00 per week. Near Graham, Lake offer. Complete Satellite SystemsCall
,, Jordach.,. Chic, Lee, L.vl.) 483.1371.4/18 ttchg. 838 N.Temple Av.. for fro home demonstration
Easy Street Izod Esprit Tomboy PROPERTY APTS FOR RENT, I/BR unfurnished, Stork., Fl 32091
Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan fireplace upstairs 2/BR furnished, STROUTREALTY
Over 100 Channels
Picon. Liz Clalborne, M.mbe".Only, RENTLEASEFOR fireplace, downstairs next to Stork. !
Organically Grown Healthtex, over Elem. School Washington St. 9645876.
1000 oth.,.. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory MOBILE 'HOME INCOrO.ATIOMOKI 473-3090 6592524A00ariate0,3nc.
SALE OR TRADE IN STARKI Two. pvt. property.
fixtures *
training, ,
grand opening, Prefer retired Christian
Call B couple
etc. Can open IS day. Mr. Loughlin Story building on corner of '''.1"' 473-3096
((612)) 8886555.18 Itpd. Thompson St.., one block from City "468-1559. 4/181t p4, .:
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Subscribe I Plumbing. SppliesHEip P; --

WANTED 'I .Jack (!IIourtnnu & I

Short Order Cook Realtor/Builder' 473-7060 ,

& Counter Ctrl & I) Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of BradfordCo.

Experienced Only. Year round .l' .?.. I A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved .'

nocutFrom Co. "- roads Our community water systems Owner financingfrom
Camp Wanting Service Club.
$3950. Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Polatka and

533-2050 /64 N. Temple 96 1061'' Starke.
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I We Drill Wells eBeautiful, high wooded single family homesltes on paved .
road with community water. One acre and more from
.. 2"06" .State Licensed $6,950.00. Excellent termsT

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No job too large or too small. Roberts Real Estate ', ..

For estimation, call 964-5609 I ,984 N.Temple Ave. Starke. FL
(home) or -468-2184 '
Carpet .
964-6262 (AnyCleaning .
business Sctchgard
!COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10acres ) AvailableDeep
and CB residence. Located on USWALT'S
aOwners ( Soil Extraction Is Also Available)
I ;301. will l leave all Inventory a

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

Public Auction buyer. Call for details. .
I ,FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of Carpet Dyed (9x12)( ) . . ... . . 5995

1-2 ft 3 Bedroom fenced & .--
Apts. pecan trees. Improved pastures Furniture Cleaned (Sofa' &. Chair) ,.. :-.-, . 4495w

Each 7:30 Friday P.M. From g 150" to 297M 1 Excellent cross-fenced.working 2 barn farm., home with fireplace.: :rrk' ."Not Delighted, Don't Pay p:,;,

WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom. Bath home! Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas '
Seawall & dock.)'

Everyone 104 W. Brownlee Welcome St. 112 ft 3 Bedrooms Available Now J I .House on Crosby Is' !In very Lake good Inlet.condition. Good access Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

to tea I k e..Priced to sell. j (Licensed &_ Insured) (Residential & Commercial)

i I : 'WILSON ROAD .,3 bedroom. 2 bath. CB, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES "

BuyeSelieTrade', I .house on 1 acre: Central heat & air carpet,. OFFERED.

Gr chain link fenced' yard. Owners anxious. We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture cleaning -

Consignments.... I : 1530 W.. Madison I CALL US FOR ALL YOUR ESTATE and Inside aulo detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
I INCLUDING APPRAISALS Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
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Office Hours 9.8 George, W,R. r I.sman- Call! -, 964-4997' Call
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I' NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER! For part ; :-. -mff ) ," RENT '"l. j
Measures:24x36". 25 cents each. Great time work. Send resume to P.O. CLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors.'windows': HEIGHTS' WANTED '- Jun. 1, 3 or more SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC
Iii 'for K".8' and rPlr.. TELEGRAPH. Drawer 280, Stark, FL 32091. 1/03 tfn etc JACKSON BUilDING' SUPPLY, REALTY bedroom furnished horn In Keystone. pipe and fittings. ,Water softeners
: / 135 Call St. 9646305. CRUISE SHIP JOBS 964-6078. Orders also taken In Hike Rental Property' Available Repsonslble adult with; one child. Local Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hals.,
WAILERS, TRAILERS TRAILERS S'x8' Great Income potential. All occupations.For Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights',, IBR,2 IA Lake Santa Fa.Unfurnished. references.. 475-5613 evenings 4/18 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg
f utility! traU.r, $650! 16' dow trall.r, Information call ((312)) 742,8620 ext. 4734973. 2/26 tin {"f '. No pets. $400 per month. tfnchg MUST SACRIFICE- Hammond 5000 series
!. $1.700,; $1125 trail.i ,. $970; 16' lawn 362. 3/14 4tpd 4/4 "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK"! Rebuilt, 2 BR,2 BA-Gator ban lak*.Completely organ with double keyboard, base
;f". trall.r ; 10' lawn single a>cl. EXPERIENCED SALES PERSONi Apply In transmission for $150 wwarrantymost furnished $400 per month and $400 HELP WANTEDNEED pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call
h trailer. $878; 16' car hauler. $1,150; 6 person at Olin. Mobil Home, Hwy ( cars). Also do .tandard."ond security deposit. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648
*,,4'I" !!' ramps $100. Olln'i Mobil. Horn 100, Stark. 3/14 tin foreign. Call 272.7607.3/28 4tchg4/18 OFFICE SPACE "- At Keystone Center. FULL-TIME NURSE In private weekends for appointment to see tfn
? Cents, Rd 100 W. Slrk.',964S06: RETIRED COUPLI TO MANAGE SMALL BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants bnd $200 per month and $200 security medical office In Keystone. Experience SWAN CREST NURSERY .SR-26, 2V4 miles
1/10 t'n 35-unit mobile horn park. Referencesand toddlers up to 5 years of age receive 1 deposit. preferred. Call 4737292. tfnchg 4/18 east of Melrose. Hedge plants 3 for$1.
COPY MACHINES! Cenon-for rent or bondable. 3734792. Mutt live In excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Coll BR. FURNISHED efficiency cottages.By SHEAR PERFECTION STYLING It looking $5 limit.12/20 tfnchg
.ale. Canon horn copl.r $799; Canon pork. 3/28 Stpd ../25GOVEINMINT ...73.7864.04 tfn week or month. for an experienced hair stylist to loin MICROWAVE OVEN Hot Point countertop .
horn. or office copier, $999; Canon of JOBS PIANO LESSONSi In Your Home. With KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY the staff of one of the fastest growing model Quality range hood with
fice copier. $1399. R.nt All teacher. All Licensed R.ol Estate Broker"73.""1 hops In the area. For interview fan and
to own for a. IS,000-$50.000/yr. possible occupation. experienced ages, begin appointment light 473-4648
'11tH.' ". $45 p.r month. OFFICE SHOP .. How to Find. Call ners welcome. 3751343. 4/04 4tchg 6/21 tfnchg call Susan at Shear Perfection evenings-473-2210 days Hn
,110 W. Call St., Stark.. 964-5764. 2/21 805-687-6000, ext. R-5504. 4/04 4tchg 425TREE 473.7323.2tchg 4/18-4/25 BRASS BED King size (pure brass) with
tfn Unfurnished, 3 -- firm
425ELECTRONICS TRIMMINGand of yard orthopedic
any type mattress set. Never used
/ NEW PIANO, $49.99 per month. no credit CONSTRUCTION. work. Very reasonnble call for free big bedrooms, fireplace Keystone PERSONAL SERVICES still In box Cost ov.r $1,000, sell..
{ checks. Call 964.69"6.0<1 tin MEDICAL SCHOOLING $BONUS On the estimate. Best to call after 5:00.: Kevin schools. $400 per month. 4752647Broker. for $385 cash 269.2169 4tchg 4/4-4/25
''10 TON HEAT PUMP(GE): Call 964.5129 Job Training. All at the government 7823729. 4/11 2tpd 4/18. 3/21 tfnchg _. MASONIC TEMPLE Diamond studded
f I' after 6 pm.: Prlc. 0otioble.. 4/04 Hn expense. Aget 17 thru 26. Non-prior TOMMY'S LAWN SERVICE OF STARKE MELROSE Unfurnished 2BR with .CARPENTER WORK! Remodeling work lapel pin. Value $225. Special $125.
ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 p.r month. military only. Call 1.90 .521.1316; col Call 9646876. 4/11 4tpd 5/2. tunroom. Access to Lake Swan. $300 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Call..73..1 evenings 2tpd 4/11-4/18
No down payment. Call 964.69"6.0 lect. 904.772.3351, Jacksonville.<1 CLEANING SPECIAL $13.95 for 4 room. per month. 475-2647 Broker. Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after 2 NEW TIRES 87516.56 ply rating.$100
tin 4tchg ../25EXCELLENT $3.50 per odditonal room, Example: 3/2ltfnchg 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg firm. 473-3727 after p.m. Itpd 4/18
PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM: INCOME for part time home kitchen, bathroom and 2 bedroom, I BR, 2BA Block house on Lake Geneva. CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In RABBITS Live or dressed, chickens, biddies -
C.E. Hicks, 1-879-4024. Hilliard Flo. assembly work. For Info call ((504)) will clean offices. MH, churches, Available May 1. Central H/A, $400 per stallations. Free estimates. Ten years ft eggs 413-20000r473-3281. Itpd
4/014tchg 4/25 641.8003 Ext. 9579. 4/11 EOW 5/23. 964.7270, 964.6372.4/11 Itchg. month. Call 473.7292.4/11 tfnchg experience. Coll 473-4217 and ask for 4/18
$14.99 pr month. Call 964.6946.04 motivated I will train. Call SERVICE Dry cleaning, sollguard, germicide or unfurnished Prime location. HANDYMAN! All kinds of home repairs, MOTORCYCLESHONDA
tin 468-2908 for appointment ONLY. 4/11 & carpet reshner. Owned and Call 4737708. 2tchg 4/18-4/25 mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs.
RANGE 30" GE Electric 'good condition 2tpd 4/18 operated by Don Martin & Ed Sanders. 2BR. 1BA MOBILE HOME Located on No lob too small. Minor plumbing
80009647048. 4/11 2tpd 4/18. REAL ESTATE LICENSING and training Hwy. 24. West Waldo, FL 32694, Call Hwy 100 next to Mini Storage of repairs. Cleaning service. Light hauling XL 350R 400 miles 1 month
REGISTER BLACK ANGUS BULL 964-8414. North Florida Real Estate College Call Collect ((904)) 468-1471. 4/11 Stpd 5/30 America. Furnished or unfurnished Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. old. See at Terwlllegar Motors
4/11 3tpd4/25. 17554040. 4/11 2tpd 4/25. ROOFING, AAME ROOf PROFESSIONAL Washer S dryer Included. 4733571. 5/17 tfnchg.FURNITUIIE Keystone Heights. 473-7624 after 6
COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Stark. CITY OF STARKEi It now taking applications Fiberglass flat decks, 2tpd1825 AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng. p.m. 2tpd 4/18-4/25
Truck Stop, south of 2BR HOUSE On Lake Johnson. Freshly Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac
Stark.. 9A 8212. for position of firefighter Requirements Fiberglass shingles Skylights Gutters,
11/24 tin : High School graduation, downspouts Carpentry, We use only pointed. enclosed front porch furnished. 473-2521. tfnchg 1/24 HOUSES FOR SALE
IRASS BED King size (pure brats). Complete 18 yrt. age. Apply In person City' of ClASSS A MATERIALS. We finance all Coll 473-2000 or 473-3281. Itpd CARMICHAEL'S PAINING Interior, exterior -
with firm orthopedic mattress Stark, personnel City Hall. 4/18 Itchg work expertly don., 10 YEARS FREE 418MOBILE references. Call 473-7317 3/14 PRICED TO SELL Desirable 3BR, 2BA,
set. N.v.r used Still In box. Cost EARN $4.87 HR. We need assistance In MAINTENANCE guarantee Florida HOME: Clean, 2/BR, IBA on 1 i''VI tfnchg frame home, 1,680 sq. ft., split BR plan,
$1,000; tell for $385. Cash 2692169. evaluating and responding to dally License No. RL0047514.389ROOF3897663 acre lot on Immokale Road. $215.OO DOCK BUILDERS Bulk heads, decks fireplace, screen porch. Financing considered
4/04 4tchg 4/25 work reports submitted by our agents or per moth. 473.2566.4/181tchg boathouses. Quality construction.Allen 49500. 4733929. 3/21 tfnchg
ANTIQUE MANTLE CLOCK: For tale or throughout the state. No experiencenecessary 781ROOF781.7663 CALL COLLECT. Brothers Construction. CALL
trade for Jewelry, Van, P.U. or car. ; Paid to complete training. 4/18 Itpd.MOWING. 904-282-4964 or 9046852140. Free
964.683.18 Itpd. Work at home. For Information tend EDGING TRIMMING most NOTICE estimates. "tchg11.52 LAND FOR SALE
CARRIER AC 21.000 BTU 250.00. Electric .self-addressed stamped envelop 9Vi anything 964.5962.18 4tchg 5/9. CARPENTRY/MASONARY Additions
organ 100.00 works but needs repair Inches long to: AWGA. Dept E, Box INTERIOR, EXTERIOR PAINTi Home CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted brick block floors, tile work. 4734473. LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.
19 In. B&W Zenith T.V. 35.00 Atari with "9204, Atlanta. GA 30359. 4/18 Itpd repairs and custom built cabinets to the Lake Region Monitor office "tchg18.59 Owner will finance. $164 per month.
13 tapet and 2 new paddles 50.00, call TIRE CHANGER: 40 hours a week Apply yr. ex per. references 964.5962.18 In writing and paid In advance PERSONAL TOUCH Need your home or 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
964-8663 alter 3. 4/18 2tpd 4/25 In person Corbett't Tire Service, U.S. 4tchg 59.TRACTOR unless credit Is already establishedwith office cleaned? I will do It for you while Vi ACRE Corner fenced lot. septic tank
HORSES FOR SALE Gray Grade Mare 301 No. 4/18ltchg WORK 5 ft. mower and dYsc.( this office you do more Important things. and light pole. Halfmoon Lake, 4000.
v.ry gentle $150.00. Red colt 10 mt. HAIR DRESSER WANTED! Glenda Shear Can mow your field or yard or disc'up MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Keystone His., Melrose Stark. area. Call 1.783.1132.4tchg 4/11-5/2
Father It registered quart.r horse Designs It expanding we have a position that garden spot. 964.8522.4/181tchg. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 4733867. Let ring. Itchg 4/18 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights readyto
"C-Bar' $150.00. 2 adult leather tad- available please call Glenda for an MR. FIX ill: All kins of home repairs 8 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER LAWN MOWING AND ALL TYPES OF move on. Power, well, septic and
diet $50.00 each. 1 like new youth saddle appointment at 964..151.18 Itchg fix up needs. Paint minor plumbing S THE TELEPHONE. YARD WORK Reasonable rates, fence $7,000. 392.0985 or 3727294.
$SO.OO 964.5876.18 Itpd. LADIES WEAR STORE TO OPENi In carpentry. You need it fixed, call me Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon 4734512. 4/11 2tchg 418.MISCELLANEOUS. Ask for Linda. 4tchg 4/4-4/25
TRUCK BODY FOR SALE 1965 Chevy Alto Stark. Interviewing In Jacksonville first! 964.8522.18 Itchg. prior to Thursday publication. 10 ACRES Twin lakes Rood, Keystone
assorted engines and parts make offer for experienced sales position. Call loran JAMES NUGENT Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75, Heights. $28,000. Owner will finance
964.5876.4118 Itpd. appointment 3840603. 4/18 Itchg ELECT.CONTRACTOR then 10 cents for each word thereafter. No mobile homes. 473-3598 after 6
LAWN MOWER Sell propelling, 22" cut LIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER middle aged COMMERICAL RESIDENTIAL --- p.m. Itpd 4/11
PAC RAT- Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture
with 3'/i hp engine. In good condition women non-smoker, 964.7184.18 WIRING
$55.00after p.m. 964.8983.181tpd.. Itchg Mobile Home Poles FLORILANDREALTY appliances, household Items, PETSDOBERMANBOXER
DELUXE DREAMMAKER Queen Size mattress LAKE CHEVY OLDS: needs experiencedbody ceiling fans additions collectable, glassware, old (ewerly,
and box spring $190.00, Upright man with tools, good pay and PHONE 964-4824 tools, etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 Mixed puppy,
freezer u.ed'It yr. Sale$150.00. Weed- working conditions call David Lawsonat 4/18 2tpd 4/25 mole, 4 months, all shots golden tan
water grasscutter new never used will 964.7500 for personal Interview. 964-7700 YARD SALE good with kids. Moving $20 to good
tell $75.00 Call J. Smith 782.3129.18 4/18 Itchg 393 N. Temple Ave. home. 475-2730 (Melrose). Itpd 4/18
Itpd. HELP WANTED pre school teacher with VACUUM Vernle P. Odom8roker.GRI FRIDAY SATURDAY 95. Boat ft
ROTO TILLER 5 h.p. Ilk. new experience 9645232. By appointment trailer, 1963 Chev. clothing, MOBILE HOMES
reasonable 964-4322, 640 Gardiner St. only. 4/18 ItchgPERSONAL SALENEW household Items, fabric & plants. Signsat
4/18 Itpd Joy Thornton Associate 21 B between Melrose & Keystone.Box .
BUS BODY Make a good storage area & USED 2729. Itpd 4/18 1913 ow MOBILE HOME 24x56
964-6490, 964-8877. 964.8963.18 SERVICES YARD SALE Frl., Sat., & Sun., Lakevlew 3BR/2BA, CHSA, furnished shingledroof
2tchg 4/25 Wo Finance, Our Own Corner lot 3 BR 1 B. In City. St. off north Pecan Follow signs Itpd large front deck w/lakevlew, op-
PINTO STUD 20 mo. old. greenbroake, KIKBYS I Desired Area 3 BR 1 BA, assume 4/18 prox. 1 acre excellent condition,
ulck to learn, gentle $350. Ask for Beth SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All KOYALS Mtg. SATURDAY ONLY SR-100 and Jasmine, $38,000 with assumable mortgage. S.
964.8713.18 3tpd 5/2 mokes cleaned, oiled and adjusted KUHKKASIIOdVEHS Bessont Rd .3 BR 2 BA,with 2.39 oc. 473-3412 Hillcrest area. Itchg 4/18 Melton 473.7741.4/4 tfnchg
150 SQ. FT. Cedar Shingles 9644683. $15. Used sewing machines for sale.: .In Country 2 homes,.e.c. Condition, BETA SIGMA PHI Yard Sale Saturday,
8 Itpd. .: James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. ,, .owner jlnonce ,., .April.20?9 am.2 p.m.'Geneva lake
FSf' ..,B.'ow..Mo..." Fergvson"",ieandHwy. I...St.r..... 964.8733..1/03,He..i S J11''Ilpr. :'J((111Ir11Wa4 ...4.f ',Hwwcoit W"s" "Much u ;vein ..." lw.tiallorsv : > '. ,,.- ? ,Subscribe Today Is I
;"'set tractor Model 135 also 6 ft. buth' CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free; ,'U.Tlm Jlt.E.iS: : m +, ... .. i ." err"" '.rs .stone! LAKE REGION MONITOR
hog mower all In good cond. J.M. Edwards estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. SEARS" ,.n Homestead 38.2 ac. road frontageon SATURDAY 9 am.2 p.m. at Mini 473-2210
964.5379.18 2tpd 4/25 Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559.3/29 COMMERCIALWe two sides, ... Ig. barn, good land. Storage on Hwy 100. Bunk bed frame,
tin water b.H .r. ->.isc.473.7683.ItchqCARS
USED UPRIGHT PIANO for sale, good repair all makes LOOKING FOR LAND
condition. $400.00 or best offer phone MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size 181 Bradford
Ac. Co.; 19S Ac.Union; TRUCKS
Also have quilts for tale. Assorted ,
4851127.418 Ichg. Al
Young'sSince 114 Ac. Union Co.. AL'S PLUMBINGResidential
1 TRAINED BIRD DOG pointer, $100 call sizes and designs. Betty Hildebrond, & BOATS
7823869.418 Itchg 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg 1957 & Commercial

SOFA que SLEEPER table with good leaves condition$75 $75.excellent Anti WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 964.6918 Shop & Compare!! NEED TRANSMISSION WORK Rebuilt Repairs

condition. 964..91.18 Itchg WANT TO STOP? 3 Miles north of I r, 5pr'tal Insurance for I Most transmissions, also for $do ISO standards with warranty.and State Certified
BULLDOG PUPPIES 2 weeks old Mole ,
SlarkB US MobiU" Ionic I Harks, 473.3562
Alcoholics : on 3.L. foreign. Call 2727607. 4tchg
Anonymous 3/28./18.
$20.00, Female $10.00, 964.7271.18 .'All
iMH-s of hoim-
9 4-4150-964-e'94-9e4-5434 ..
3tchg 52ClassIfied --- ---
pd thru 1/16 11'Il'rs policies fur

Ads Want Ads Get Results i s: '8aiatt', Han dl House mobile hmnes ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

;, ,ir Portable Buildings. Call for Quote ,
Get Results US 301 South Starke 964-6020 RealtorFormerly
Olin's Mobile

221 W. Lafayette Across from Wishbone
Rooms t Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24 'Elaine M. Olin, Agent t Mon.-Fr1.8:30 am.530 p.m.
I 473.7173 I i Saturday a.m.to 12 noon
To Rent *
Hwy 21 2 MI. N. of Keystone r 964.5065

Weekly 'Monthly
the 1 u "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive
Or By Night Gainesville Sun 1 1

Starke Post Office .Skirting Decking Plumbing'Electrical Route Carrier NeededFor

Reasonable RotesMagnolia ..FlooringRemodeling J *STARTER HOME-Just right for the new family. 3br/'/ b. Brick home. Prlc.d'
Lake Butler Area
Hotel .Addition 'Concrete Slab f In the $30's.CLEARED.
I Custom Built Sheds-Pump Houses Responsibilities include 7-day per week newspaper i HIGH AND DRY LAND-Perfect for farming Fenced large Barn In-
I Free htlmates-Call 473-7123 cluded. Won't last long at $1375.00 per acre
[delivery plus Collection Dependable transportation 15 DOWN and monthly terms on Crosby Lake lots. Ideal new homesite.
and cash bond required. Contact Bob Ashley, i *IMAGINE I you could own 100 feet of water frontage on Santa F. River for
/ only $110. per month assumable Mtg. at 9.5t. Don't miss this great real
1-378-1416 1 1-472-3614
EARN EXTRA MONEY or estate investment)
i Only $29,900 and you can own this starter home In Starke, complete with

HEIGHTS AREA | above ground pool for the kids
KEYSTONE *Nice brick home with 47 acres to raise cattle or horses only 4 miles from

applications ara now befaj taken for TJam-Unron Mornlnx \1 Starke. This home must sell!
families In this Is the home for you located close to Brooker Elementary -
able to cash
Paper Routa. AjtpOeairts Mat ba past a lust $32,500.

bare rtllaWa trMsaortatfan and a.tatasfeaaa. ) If you like the country com and see this lovely well kept farm home and the
18.9 surrounding It.
CALL OAA.3163 to 5 Mon.-Fri." ," let me show you 'this unique house In lake Butler.
., lovely building site approx. 2'/t acres out post the hospital
.- 1 acre with MH 2 rooms built on needs finishing on 17500.
J.AN fS USHER 1 acre on Lafayette St with large 3BR 2 Ba C/B home 51,900.
/t acre with MH plus built on priced to sell 16,000.
WANTED: Union Realtor
Your County
Nice 20 acre farm with beautiful pecan trees nice BR country home
496-2126 or 496-2903 i Reduced. Home on Church St. remodeled nicely 35000.
Experienced UP W.Main St........Iut..r_ Home In the country with 3BR 1 BA only 25000.
Reduced. Cute little from home In convenient location. 15,000.
Sewing MachineMechanic NEW LISTING *Call to see this all cypress home with many extras on 2 acre plus 56000.
*35 acres of land ready for you to cut timber and build your dream In country
,Secluded 4 bedroom lovely brick home off SR 231 near RMC. :21 priced right 57,000.
minutes to town. Has cable, tool Extra large den with stone 1 *2 acre lot ready for your MH off 225 15000.

Vogue Inc. fireplace. Beautiful pool and cabana sets this lovely home I **Cute Beautiful summer lot 1.89 home acres wHh In access Hampton to Silver Oaks.lake 2BR 1 Ba on large shady lot.
from neighborhood. Has extras. First mortgage Is I
apart many *3 acres with DW MH with many extras.
Co 964-5064 _. at 8% and can be assumed with proper down payment. *Just starting out. Priced In the 30'. 38R 1BA home.
Faulkner ReddlshREALTOR
Check Into this.... Susan
Sales Manager Evening 944-4048
L. Faulkner"".5142 Ellse Johns S33-2 16
Chimney Fires., Executive home at central location In lake'Butler with ape Rex Slemer 473-2120 Suzanne Kitchens'*...7630 .
Ar. Among th. Top 10 proximately 3 acres that fronts :2 paved streets give this pro Bob Motth.w.7211 Lou Young 9M-7525
Steve Broadway Homo-Fir Hazards perty ability to be a showplacel I Could be a good candidate for Carol Warner'......"2

TREE SERVICE A Dirty Chimney Income or commercial, COMMERCIAL-RESIDENTIAL
Also Causes Rentals Available
I Removal J Heat Loss NEW LISTING Carol Warner.REALTOR ASSOC.
Trimming .Smok.-FIIIedRooms Division
Property Management
'Slump Removal! Country home setting make this 3 BR a very attractive buy.

Piri'xuMxl Protect your home Price Is right topi Approximately 4Vi _miles from Ralford FREE SEMINARFind

And Family Ideal for prison employee. "If can't sell homewe.1I
,* n'l'rJStIl1Wtl. With A out about we your
473-4732 Safe Chimney" NEW LISTING Gainesville but It.Board"' April of REALTORS 25. 185 7:00 Free p.m.

,After 5 P.M. Call 94-8278 e%-block from Main Street, Lake Butler. Walk to shop Owner j janxlpu transportatln from Starke. Call BG4-5065 for

Keystone,,Heights,. Blank.nshipChlmn.ySw..p -,will helpIn financing.; Must see, reservations.I .

Licensed A Insured -

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I:i Lawtey Bluegrass Festival Said to Be State's i Oldest .:as.ai..f..aa.a..f..a.dea.eX Rays No' Charge Office Visit' $1200 :

'- ," T* .:;,,;. ,: '.: ( ';.,1 I' :
< II
feature Fidcuin' Cnubby Wise, the tgract of land on Road 225, owned by ; Dr.
I The 15th annual spring Lawtey theme song of the Suwannee.Churchof : R.E. Dopson Chiropractor :
Bluegrass Music Convention will be Lincoln County Partners, the Clay James L. Waters of Lawtey. God. .
held at the Lawtey Music Park April Creek Ramblers, and other groups. A special feature of next week's The opening verses of "Lawtey ; 17 Years. Experience :
26,'D,28 with a special"Early Bird" festival will be the introduction of a Blue Grass" go like this:
startedin : Hours: Mon. Wed. Fri. 9.5 Tues. & Thurs. 9.12
Fish Fry and Jm Session Thursday, The Lawtey Festival was song, "Lawtey Bluegrass Festival Come join In the Lawtey Bluegrau Show, First ( ,, :
Apr. 25.Billed. __ 1970 by Ken Clark, Jacksonville and is proud of its being the oldest in In Florida's sunshine land.We know you'll enjoy .
musician, on a 17-acre plot on the state. She will sing the song dur- listening to Great singing and playing of :' This offer expires without notice Therapies If needed extrai .. :
Crawford Road southwest of ing the festival. \ Bluegnai Bends .!LEy: *!>#***--T: ,***i"P'-***_*i"*.? ***e.e..ee..t. a.r. :
as the "oldest bluegrass Lawtey. After operating several Mrs. Mobley has written"many We welcome you will all our heart and know
music festival In the State of years, the festival outgrew the loca- songs, and one of them, "Sing you'll enjoy your slay. Sit back, relax, and pat .
Florida," this year's festival will jion and moved in 1974 to a larger Praises. unto Our King" is the your loot And have a)wonderful Bluegrass day! ,

I Union County Ads Buy Mom or Grandmom


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EXCELLENT INCOMI FOR PART-TIME king size (sure brass) complet. w/flrm INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. ,
HOME ASSEMBLY Lake Avenue, lake Butler, 4963978.
WORK. for Info. call orthopedic mattress set, never used
504.641-8003 e..t. 8401. 4tpd still In box. Cost over $1,000 sell $385 Complete Insurance Service TFN. She'll be charmed.
cash. Call 269.2169.4-chg 4/4.25 Starke 964.5451 .
FOR RENT 1912 F-150 4X4Block w/custom trim, REAL ESTATE
step-side standard, ale, ps/pb, am/fm April 19 April 25 I
co... stereo, tinted windows, slidingrear LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE Of PRO
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES window, chrome rims on Q.78 PERTY? If I don't have It. I'll find It.Just
FOR RENT Union County Tlmm, 150 mudders. Runs great, looks better ask. JANE S. USHER, REALTOR. ,, 0,,. ,,. .Pi
Main Street Lake Butler. Phone .
$6200. Call ((904)) 431.1280.2-pd 4/4.11 496.2126 or 496-2903, eves "Your "S
496.2261 for Information TFN SINGER COMMERCIAL SEWINGMACHINE. Union County Realtor." 8/04 tfn .'"
C.O.'s.' OUT OF TOWN Save up to$80 : Sews heavy or light Like New All Brick Home. 3 BR, 2 BA,
mo. 13.000 miles a pearl PINES QUALITY material. Brand new, only used three family room two Inside utility rooms,
Secret Of The Lost .
LIVING. Laundry Park, Recreation, Legend.Fri.
times 4962338. Itpel 4/11 central heat/air, ,double carport, fenced
Car Pools, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE. BY OWNER 4 BR, 1'/. BA Home. FencedIn yard. 160 N.E. 9th Ave. lake Butler.
Reasonable. Sr 121 lake Butler yard, dishwasher, central HSA, Owner financing 481..470.2-chg 7:05 9:00 ...with a beautiful 14K gold
4962366. ufn 12/13 32000. Shaw Subdivision, 4962669. 4/4.11 Sat & Sun. 5:10.7:05, 9:00 charm that says *#1 MOM:

FOR SALESPINET.CONSOLI 1913 MOTORCYCLE SUZUKI 6400 125 miles.COMBINATION Exc. cond. PERSONAL SERVICES Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:30 A $9.95 retail value, the charmis

Full-faced helmet Included. Call --'SCREEN 2 yours absolutely FREE, with

PIANO 4962736. 4/11 2tchg 4/18 DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK the purchase of a 1OK or 14K
BARGAIN.Wanted I Responsible party Great room, screened porch Will setup Package deal; 2" or 4" wells water gold Family Ring.;Choose from
to lake over lose monthly payments on pumps new Installation of septic "
lot in Union County. Oth.rareas dozens of styles customizedwith
spinet piano. Can be seen locally. on your tanks drain fields and lift stations. ,
Write Credit Manager P.O. Box 537 .considered 18000. Not Call atrail.r Mobile home poles available. All work 0 a birthstone for each
must see to appreciate.
Shelbyvllle IN 44176. 3-pd.328411TWO guaranteed call Tommy Dorman. member of the '
4962554. Itchg /11STRAWBERRIES. family.
2752151. UFN 9/1
: U-Pick. 35 cent a lb. We IJ !M- ,
24 HOUR SERVICE Need : :
shaded lot on SR 18 In Union Coun a new pump or r.L..? ;
ty. Owner financed. Just built 3 pick $6 a flat. Bring containers. Open work on your old one? If so, call Lee's
Friday 7:10, 9:05
bedroom 2 bath home fully carpetedwith 8 a,''',Man thru Sat. Go south on 121 Pump Sales & Service. New S Used 0
enclosed on small pass LaCrosse ,three miles turn righton pumps available. Call Tim, 2596146. Sat. & Sun. 5:15, 7:10, 9:05 .
garage acreage
NW 22nd then left Into field. Call for
4/11 5/02 Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur.
4tpd 7:45
n.ar Worthington Springs. Call Information or picked orders '0' : e
496.3939 or 4963068. Evenings call REAL ESTATE LICENSING and i
462.1774.4111 2tchg 4/18 Training
462-1595.4chg3/28 SMALL LOTS IN WORTHINGTON SPR North Florida Real Estate College. Call 301 DRIVE-IN % >
Subscribe INGS 1 to 5 acres, small down pay. 1-755-4040. 4/11 3tpd 4/25.
ment. Owner financing available. Call Starke 964.7484

Today. I :496-2425 or 496.2540.4/11 2tchg 4/18 Fri,, Sal., Sun. Prices Start Around *60


NOTICE OF SALE Parcel 1: I The Family Ring-the of
NoticeIN Southwest Quarter of Northeast f gift
Legal Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto Quarter and Northwest Quarter of e cherish forever. .
the Summary Final Judgment Of Southeast Quarter Section 13, Township
Foreclosure entered In the above-.tyled 6 South, Range 18 East Union County,
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA action on March 28, 1983, the Modified Florida.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure Parcel 2.Northeast:
FOR UNION COUNTY dated December 28 1984 and the Second Quarter of Northwest. TEXASCHAIN
CASE NO.: 82.76.CA Modified Summary Final JudgmentOf Quarter Northwest Quarter of Nor.
Foreclosure dated April 10, 1985. I thwest Quarter and the South Half of Lot SAWMASSA"CRE Mon.-Fil 9-5.30 Sat M (FAk'TAIJ101' \ W.C4 Street
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA will sell the property situated In Union 1. Section 26, Township 6 South, RangeIS
Plantiff, County Florida, as described on the attached East Union County, Florida. 9.wy aGI(1 ""7271
Schedule of Real Property at Parcel 3Northeast: c.u..r,1ao.
vs. public sale to the highest bidder for Quarter of Southeast Showtime: 7:30
cash at the Main door of the Union Quarter, Section 13, Township 6 South '
CARL R. HAWKINS and IDA LEE County Courthouse In lake Butler Range 18 East; also West Half of _
.HAWKINS his wife; UNITED STATES OF Florida at 11:00: a.m., Eastern Daylight Southwest Quarter Section 18, -
.. .. .
Township 6 South 19 East, also i- '
AMERICA acting through the FARMERS Savings Time on the 9th day of May 1985. Range ., .1
HOME ADMINISTRATION, UNITED Dated April 10. 1985. West Half of Northwest Quarter Section: "
FARMERS ft DEALERS.BANK; ; ESTECH EItK. cJR: TtCQURT, Ts1 4?* IU. Union County, Florida. ', "A ,Little Out of the Way, A_.Lot Less to Pay."V, ,
GENERAL: CHEMICALS: CORPORATION; t\\!m!'-1.. \\A\Jjf! 4V' &: R. $$ Less and*..xcept"oll' jexi&Uao 8/ais{ Ear d /
and JOSEPH B. TURNER:d/b/a IMPERIAL Deputy Clertf A f F '"j and rights of ways. Said lands containIng :
M LIVESTOCK SUPPLY 400 acres more or less, dre locatedIn Clark's Meat & Grad.ooas "i
Defendants Union County Florida. 1:. .


SR 231 Lake Butler 496.2183 iVeCa
\acnQs ,
All New Construction 4
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Jamison Vita-Pedic I :


Equalizer Sleep System

Quarter. . . 1.35 Lb.

Front Quarter. . 1.15 Lb.

Enjoy savings like never before on the best Sleep
System available-the Jamison Vita-Pedic n r, r Sides . . . 1.25 Lb.
Equalizer. You'll sleep on the best, you'll save, 4Sand H Cut & Wrapped For Your Freezer
you'll also get the famous Jamison 15 Y Satisfaction Guaranteed
year pro-rated guarantee.(Free repair or replacement r k"j j --<
during the first five years on
warranted defects.)The Jamison Vita- I

Pedic Equalizer Sleep System gives ?,
you total support and comfort. Side ) Franks. 99C

to side. End to end. And now, you Lykes : .12 o:. Pk
have this opportunity to sleep on '
the best and save! Look at :
Slab Bacon : 99
these features
: 4r . Sliced Free-Lb,

e Decorator damask Mattress cover quiltedto Select Beef Liver.- 69
a layer of memory foam i ie .' Lb.

Second layer of memory foam a
for added comfort + 1 Assorted Pork 99
Two Comfort<*> pads of Chops. e Lb. #
garnetted felt

e 660 l coils of 15 gauge steel + '

e Durable 6 gauge border,wire -- Ham Hocks.. . e : e e Lb.59C

Power-Edge" Foundation a' ,r.:1.: ( -

Box Spring I 1' 4
e A Jamison exclusive-heavy duty -, .
Nova Bond pad
e Heavy duty Mira-Flex'm' coils-arc
jgFresh Fresh
welded Electro-Lok* Grid Top _Choice _
System Ground Whole
e Selected;! kiln dried hardwood for '

strengthIntroductory 4, ', Beef Lb. 99 Roast u. 99 Fryers iu. 49

i iI

$ 199 ) Twin Size Smoked 1.39
11 'Price Each Piece Sausage. . Lb.

,I .. .. :
Breast. : 99
Fryer .
I ''e Lb.
S Free Delivery Credit Terms AvailableFurAItur

] ,Fryer Thighs. e e '. .. '. Lb. 59 .:

i e-rimark Steaks. L.' 9.95
Ribeye :
?, ? ? :

I 434 W. Call Street ,Starke. 964-5826 or 964-5827 T-Bone Steaks. 9.95 ,
e e e ., ,
Established in 1 1923


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April III, 1985 Page 11R

G. S. Leaders Day

t Monday, April,,22

i' Bouquets to all Girl Scout leaders TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
,, in Bradford Union County, on
Leader Recognition Day, April 22. I9S5 CLAY COUNTY CATTUMFNS ASSOCIATION
+ A big thank you for a Job well done 6lh Annual ntpi n.hitji. !! _
;. to the following leaders. LOCATIONS:

i r Laurie&co-advisor Mullins &Senior Judy Dukes Troop,669.advisor W. Madison Starke Hwy 21 Keystone Hgts. o

i Joyce Sutton & Carolyn Eaves, .
f leaders Cadette Troop 520. '
Diane Tierney, Cheryl Moss & RODO v.
I 1 614.Mary Regina Price, leaders Junior Troop MLLllON DOLLAR

i Looney & Diane Moody,
r Junior Troop 60S.
r Elizabeth Walker & Barbara USED CAR SALE.
Reed Junior 664.Debbie EVENTS .
Broome & Beverly FRL-SAT.BP.M. 7
,: Padgett, Junior Troop 31 Til DOWN CALF HOPINO. SADDLI I9ONC
Gwen Fletcher & Regina Price, STIIR WRCSTLINO *
Junior Troop 69lLawtey( ). 19-20 ALL fAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Financing
) Kathy Hobbs,Peg Trimble&Wan .
da Bolin, Brownie Troops 683&690. -:- CONCESSION STAND OPEN UP TO Available I
Cathy Hicks Scott Hicks & Lori 01
Dukes, Brownie Troop 662Lake( GREEN COVE SPRINGSCLAY 8 8 60 MONTHS *
f Butler Bobbie). Howell and Linda Reed 10 FINANCING We will trade

(new leaders in LB) thanks and COUNTY AGRI CENTER SHOWGROUNDS
welcome. for
Beulah Lennon and Barbara Reed, (4 Miles West on Hwy. 16) On New Tempos anything
Brownie Troop 325. IPRA
Willie Mae &Ellen Lee, Sanctioned from
Randolph BAND BY DAVID BURKHALTER a gocartto
Brownie Troop 461Lawtey( ). 2 Gas, 1 Diesel in Stock

161Hampton, Betsy( Hersey) Brownie Troop e ARAN. 1..n lSiwa/....ADVANCE."...1I.IIMM.iIi-MOO TICKETS. .0"S AVAILAIIE ud, .fIM.i*<....10914....,. -. SI00 a semi.
Ann ADMISSION AT GATE AAAN.Sf.00 Stwfantt-tl 00
Davis and Gary Davis,

Brownie Julie Padgett Troop 301., Brownie Troop 311. BEST BUYS BEST BUYS *

Many of these leaders also serve
on the Neighborhood Service Team, 1985 Lincoln Mark VII 1985 Lincoln Town Car
as trainers and/or cluster leaders Starke United Pentecostal Church
where they give additional hours to 3,000 miles, un-titled 9,000 miles, leather int.
scouting in BU. We appreciate all Prophecy Conference
they do to make the excellent program 18,495 $17 495
of scouting available to young Reg.23,495-Now ,
girls in the area. Featuring Dist. Supt. of Florida
Thanks and enjoy Your Day,April Rev. O.C. Crabtree
22. April 18 21 Pastor E.R. Hoosier 84Buick
Thursday,Saturday 7:30 P.M. ,
Clay Burglary Ring Sunday 10 A.M. & 2 P.M.Cheryl'S
,. Broken 2 Arrests i Park Ave ;> *< **8

A major burglary ring in the north 4 Dr. $18,900 New *%
j end of Clay County has been broken PF9 c 6o
after a three and half month investigation -
r involving both Clay and 964-8431 $12,600 Fin. 48 mo. 13.84 Nty
Duval County Sheriff offices.
I David James Stevens, an 18 year 504 W Call /Starke n
I white male of King Royse Ave., 1
I Jacksonville and a 17 year old ; ,
Jacksonville youth, were arrested J{ ,
I last week on several counts of aves
j 1984 Lincoln
burglary and grand theft. >r yS
Stevens is in the Clay County jail Hello; ---
t under a$75,000 bond and the 17 year Town Car 4 Door ()
I old youth is in the Duval Detention My name is Rita, ":,;,1. ,
Center. on, 1 Fin. 48 13.84% RM
t. The 29 burglaries committed were and I'm looking .J. I :$ 13,500 mo. Nly
[, limited to exclusive subdivisions in -r
the Duval and Clay County areas forward to. :',<, 'R''
which included Argyle Forest, meeting and serv-'g
Village Green, Foxwood, Foxridge, ;f.
Stonebridge Ridgecrest, Fox- you! '.
meadow,McCraw's Landing and theJJJJ ..
II i \-. Doctor's Lake Drive area. My business dedication to the art (' 1984
r.) 4c According to a report .from Ifffe 3 Mercury Yrrpa
t Clay County Sheriff's office approximately of styling 'hair for men, women and '
I' / $175,000 worth of jewelry, Marquis 4 Door
"i TV's, stereos and guns were stolen children. ,

:a,;" in Suspects the burglaries.were reported saying the Before I do anything with your hair, 57,500 Fin. 48 mo. 13.84, pFS Mdhryi

'>, jewelry was either melted down or I'll talk to you and find out how you
\ sold through area flea markets
"" along with other items. like your hair to look. I'll listen, ask
Tom and Jim
Investigators Waugh
Redmond with the Clay County questions, and advise you. Only then i

}*8 Sheriff's tives H.S.Department Kirkland and and J.A.Detec-Sheriff will I cut and style your hair.

dan of the Duval Sheriff's Depart- I'll give and hair the undivided -
11 T I, ment, spent several weeks of you your 1984 Dodge
i'I, surveilance, gathering intelligence attention you deserve. If You
t; and information that led to the ar- 0 int..
Red w/red
600 4 Door
;, rests of both subjects. Want Your Hair To Be Picture Perfect, Come By or I X60

.! Waugh said of identification the two suspects and can apprehension Call Me at 6,000 Fin. 48 mo. 13.84% F9

be attributed to the concerted efforts Mq,yry .
I I and cohesiveness of neighbors to Nu WavesOne
many of the victims, the victims
themselves and concerned citizens Block W. of 301 Hwy 100 in Starke. 4'I p
who kept investigators coninually : Il4n
apprised of information on I'll Be WaitingFor d
suspicious vehicles and suspicious
,, persons. You To Call 1 ,
These arrests bring to a close for Ge
.' the fourth time In Clay County since
December 1984 that separate 964-8431 I
burglary rings have been identified, 83 Mercury Marquis Wagon
investigated and terminated with ar ,

rests., ..-., -"". '-.. -. ",, .'.. ..'. "".- ., ...' .. ''- ",''' '' "'. '"... -.. .. '-, '.." I 83 Ford LTD Brougham 4 Dr.

7:30-6:00: p.m. 83 Ford Crown Victoria 4 Dr.

496.2648 ,J' WV Sat. til 3:00 p.m.
A 0 I 1 e 0
83 Ford Escort. Air, Glass

&#$$ PricesGo"od I 83 Ford LTD 4 Dr.
""' ;<*wifc'

BRANCA Il 0 Through
I April 27


(\. ilJPBON&mvttfa SAVE THOUSANDS OF $$$$


, y (SR 100 at Union-Bradford County Line) 1981 .Cadillac El Dorado 10995 1978 Ply Aspen 2 Dr., Auto, Air. '1995

1980 Lincoln Mark VI 2 Dr. '7995 1978 Pinto 3 Dr. . . '995

50 Lb. Cow" Mineral 6.40 50 Lb. Layer Crumble 5.50 1979 Chev Corvette White.Ll2 Eng 9995 1976 Ford Granada . .,. '1695

1978 Cadillac Seville 4 Dr. '5995 1972 Datsun 240Z . . '2995
50 Lb.Race .

I 55 Lb. Salt Block . 4.00, Horse Oats. . 6.25 1978 Ford Mustang, Sharp '2995


AZALEAS Special Veg. Plants', We Now Rose Have erwi egar 0 ors

& Seeds

1.99 Dog Food
,. 473-FORD
964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD

lfllllJtF fitp 'A Feed For Every Need" Starke G'ville.JAX state Keystone Road.21

209 W. Madison

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.lll WEEK!! I IiI") 'II

I lMIT MI4 !- !: CA"'TeR I III iIJI \ I .11"-1 Iii I

I ___ ES9T g ALL KNOW. n can of beer a glass of wine or a l'i': ounce
I L'T'TeLe drink of 86" liquor are all about equally] Intoxicating

'& DECANTf Of/ : : have Liu- same effect when mixed with driving.

\:!!! ("TUTSand I Congress has derided to further widen the tax gap
1- the three bv levying additional Federal Tax on

1I.1I'lr..liTT .JY.IIi.'II'.c",;; ', , : j bevprnp.i'H! while leaving the almost non-existent
.. jI"" ,:: .IJ.I.I\I\\\\\I\\\\,\\ : ,\\111\1t\ T' ? "' Federal Tax on beer and wine alone. Beginning October 1.
I 1985 the Federal Taxes alcohol will be as follows :
new on
t.. // "'//Ii"II'hlll"J'1." "! U
PI I W: ,,]' SPIRITS . . $12.50 per gallon (100 proof)

r- I I i WINE . . . J7c per gallon (28 proof)

C ,, ,,I .w mill BEER. . . . 29C per gallon (9 proof)
t' g I, 1 .
I4 ',\\ j':, ';,,': hI I : .,' ...".,. '" !', ,.:',: .!" \ :, :" ,: Intro.. shouldn't tliev equally taxed
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flC 'Pot.
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KOU'LLS BOOTH'S HIGH i GIN 90 1.75 11.99
oRT LITER 71.25
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