Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:01337
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Partly cloudy and warm through Sunday, predicts the extended Social. . . . .Pog.i 5-7
forecast for FridaySunday.. Sports..P.0.. 10,11.14
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Sunday. Temperatures will range from the high 80s to the low 60s ;
overnight.The SECTION Be 12 Pago* L"-t-'
eastern U.S. is still under a high pressure front. The weather Horio S.nio. . . . Pago IB
fronts causing rain in the midwest is moving slowly eastward. Gorman Stud.nt..Peg.31:

No rain fell in the past week. The four inches of rain April/ 13-16 Fair R.ivlt. . .. . Pago 4
brought the year-to-date rainfall up to average, around 10-11 In Crlm. Sc.no. . . Pago. 8,9-11 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
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40th Issue Thursday April 25, 1965 USPS 062-700
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WPlh rIolin, Lawson QuifsLHISTORY;

a Small Loan...? I IJ.R.

A panel discussion on small
business loans is set at noon today 9

sored(Thursday by the, April Starke-Bradford/ 25)) and is spon- Seeking Post

Chamber of Commerce.J.E. .
Tomlinson, president of the
Florida National Bank at Starke; (Jim) Lawson, indicted for Reception and Medical Center at
child molesting, is expected to Lake Butler.
Norman executive vice-
Ray ,
ft Carolyn Brown Spooner, a
president of the Community State I resign from the Bradford School
counselor for HRS in Starke, was
Bank of Starke, and Med Connelly, t + Board in the near future to avoid any
recommended by attorney Terence
other adverse publicity to the school
retired president of Kraft Foods y sw itty
A i yM r* system.A M. Brown of Starke.
will the and
Corp. compose
small letter of resignation is being Ralph Bryan, an accountant for
answer questions concerning
business loans. mailed to Gov. Bob Graham, it was DuPont, recommended by Bob Harris -
learned Wednesday afternoon, the governor's patronage man
The seminar is set from noon to 1pm. April
in the Western Steer 24. Lawson returned to Starke last for Bradford County.
Steakhouse on US-301 south. Lunch week and is at work at TerwillegarFord. Terry Gaines, a Starke real
estate salesman and property appraiser -
will be served for $3 per plate.
Bob Har
There was no word Wednesday by

School Meetings... afternoon from Gov. Graham's office ris.School
as to when or who will be appointed officials are hopeful Gov.
The Bradford School Board to fill Lawson's school board Graham will appoint a replacementfor
moves to Starke this week for its l'r post. Lawson before Monday night,
annual school site meetings held in April 29, when the school board is set
an effort to get input from all county Names of nine candidates have to hear the case of suspended vo-
schools before the budgeting process been communicated to the office of tech cosmotology instructor Betty
begins. Gov. Graham. They are: Stevens Hutson, who has been
The board seeks, in an informal suspended without pay, accused of
setting, to know what each school Warney Adkinson, retired filing a false daily expense voucherto
needs so the needs can be con- teacher and basketball coach at obtain an extra $50 and other
sidered in making up a new budget. Bradford High, submitted his own misconduct on a field trip to Tampa
Board Chairman Patricia Spengler name. with adult vo-tech students.It .
says the views of parents, teachers 'Phillip Johns, managing agent at is now planned to proceed with
and administrators, and anybodyare / Charlie E. Johns Insurance Co. anda the hearing with four school board
welcome. member of the board of directorsof members, if the vacancy is not filled
Upcoming meeting dates and Community State Bank, was by Monday night.
times areSouthside: nominated by his grandfather, Lawson, 42, has served on the
Elementary: Thurs- former Gov. Charlie E. Johns school board since 1978. He was in-
day, April 25, 7 p.m. Evelyn Chastain, owneroperatorof dicted April 2 by a Bradford grand
Starke Elementary: Thursday, Chastain's Gift Shop, is a write-in jury, suspended from office April 5
May 2, 7 p.m. candidate.Dr. by Gov. Graham, and pleaded not
-Lawtey Elementary: Tuesday, Richard Odom, Keystone guilty to the charges April 8 in Cir
May 7, 7 p.m.Bradford t aw Heights\ dentist who ran against cuit Court here.
Middle School: Thurs- < Lawson, is a write-in candidate.Dr In indicting Lawson, a Bradford
day, May 9,7 p.m. rte ,JI Arthur L. (Len) Schlofman, grand jury heard testimony from six
Bradford High School: Monday, 4 1 ek rt Starke optometrist, submitted his witnesses, including one 11-year-old
May 13, 7 p.m.VoTech own name. boy.Lawson
Center: Tuesday, May II.F.\ Wiggins, who works for the has worked as a car
14, 7 p.m.A Department of Corrections and is in salesman for the past 20-odd years
conflict with Supt. Jim charge of the receiving area at the and has active in civic functions.
Duncan's schedule caused the
meeting with district office
employees to be postponed, with a
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I' 'date yet unset County Producing

Square Dancing...

! Each second Saturday night will d

feature square dancing at the Beautiful Berries
Kingsley Lake Civic Center.
Ken Perez, a Jacksonville caller, - --.
will call the square dances, which Beautiful Bradford strawberriesare acres, and 20 or 30 other growers
will begin at 8 p.m., at the main being trucked out of Norman's with smaller patches.
stream level. Farm on CR-225, a mile east of Most of the Bradford berries are
The first dance is set for Satur- CR-16. being sold to customers an in-

day night, May 11. "If you find prettier berries dividual grower, such as Billy
For information contact Anders, have cultivated or they'rebeing
more anywhere I want to see them, said
Millard Brown, phone 9647955. County Bobby Taylor after a sold along US-301.
truck world at Nor
f It's a pickup
Wednesday morning tour of Brad-
man's Farm. A driver will pull ,
Bluegrass... ford strawberry fields nearing peak up
flats and be off.
buy 20 or 30 ,
A Bluegrass music festival startsat production. Buddy Norman's large operationis
6 ,m. tomorrow (Friday, April local sales the
p ,: made possible with
26). ..: Picking every day now, Buddy Normans' three stores, Norman's
Norman got 610 flats Sunday morn-
Programs are scheduled daily a and Nor-
in ,
fourth of his 14-acre
through Sunday at the Lawtey Blue No Easy Job... a v ing from his a man's Markets in Starke and
Grass Park on CR-225 west of patch highest production yet. Park. A hundred flats wentto
Lawtey. Picking strawberries Is no easy job, as anybody who has It almost has the flavor of an old- Orange
Norman's Country Monday morn-
tried it for over five minutes knows. time strawberry picking. But there
Marking GravesOf A.D. Clemons is 75 and can still handle the Job as the are no semi-trucks loading, there is ing.Norman's and Norman's
photo above approves. Clemons has worked on the Norman plastic mulch on the beds, and no 200 flats of
Confederates... Market each sold over
Farm for 26 years. The older folks were getting a little help mulch in the furrows. The berriesare
A Southern Memorial Day obser- carrying the strawberry laden flats up to the shed Douglas or Sequoia, the old Mis- berries Saturday. here should peek
vance is set Sunday, April/ 28, at 2 Pickers get ".50 per flat. They average 20-25: flats per sionary and Florida 90s are names of within Berry the production next two weeks, says
p.m. at Crosby Lake Cemetery. day, starting at daybreak and staying on hands and knees the past. County Agent Taylor. As long as
Come help locate and mark pushing little carts down the row until almost noon. They But the berries are as beautiful as nights stay cool and it doesn't get too
graves of Confederate veterans. exchange flats of berries for yellow plastic tabs with "Nor ever. Buddy Norman figures he's dry, the berry bushes will produce.
Sponsored by W.T. Weeks Chapter, man's Farm" stenciled on them in black, then exchangethe picking 200 flats to the acre this Taylor said Wednesday morninghe
week. With driven down to $6
U.D.C.Hampton. "tickets" for cash money each day.A prices heard fi the Extension Serviceat
I oiti
good picker works with both hands, and arranges the tit Yid per flat, or $4.50 wholesale, by com- of Florida that
the university
Dedication... berries nicely in the flat in the process. One lady, named petition from Plant City's 5,000plusacres Plant City berries are now a
Christine, picks :35 flats. of berries, the Bradford boys
The city park at Hampton will be have drawn in their claws.Norman's U-pick'em operation. If Plant City
Toomb Help is all local and none too plentiful. It was easier to ships fewer berries, the price here
dedicated to Joe longtime
get help when Union and Bradford students were out of + '
employee who recently died, 14 acres is twice the size may recover a little.
city during ceremonies this Saturday, school, but Buddy Norman was asking for pickers Monday. of any other strawberry patch in the Nobody's getting rich at $6 per
April 27, at 5 p.m. The crew of about 30 pickers were giving out before they e' county. Most local growers planted flat. It costs $1.50 per flat dolor the
A sign will be posted dedicatingthe got over the patch. fewer berries this year due to the berries picked, another is
park in memory of Toomb.A competition. sunk in plants and fertilizer, and
third annual chicken and rice Morris Carter Jr. has 6-8 acres, labor must be added on, Taylor
I dinner will be served, all proceeds ,.,:. Leon Starling and Luther Hilliard 4 points out.

j going to the park fund. Adults $2,
children $1.25.
J The Strawberry Jammers will -

I,I To entertain.fund donate raiser A a, cake contact cake or walk Mrs.help is in Ollie planned.the Parents Want HE Students to Attend BMS for Special Programs I

! Sheppard of Hampton.Upcoming. .
Conern over their: 6th and 7th graders being and those students stay at BMS for the 6th or there will be a combination class. If enroll- classes the ladder.as the larger lower grades work up

j ... able to attend Bradford Middle School and an 7th grades when they should return to HE, the ment goes over 34 students, consideration will Supt. Duncan also pointed out that small
I The rained-out Strawberry In- experienced teacher for the combination 6-7 parents said. be given to dividing the class or hiring an aideto schools, such as HE, do not have enough
! vitational Golf Tournament has grades topped the list of problems teachersand Mrs. Pat Hayes was told the school system help the teacher, Supt. Duncan said. students to support the school. HE, for in-
been rescheduled for May 18-19 at parents approached the school board withat does provide transportation to the middle stance, requires 139 percent of the school's
the Starke Golf and Country Club. the meeting at Hamp oi Elementary school if a student is approved to attend BMS. Current enrollment at HE is 178 students, earnings to operate itself.
i i For more info, see the sports pagesof School. Board Member Judy Becker, who lives in leaving only 10 spaces for grades one through
this week's Telegraphs. Board members and Supt. Jim Duncan Lawtey and has a daughter attending BMS seven before the school capacity of 188 Training for Aides...
-A public hearing in the case of assured parents the 6th and 7th graders can and in the BMS band, pointed out the privilege students is reached, said Principal Connie Lack of training for paraprofesionals who
suspended vo-tech cosmotology In- attend BMS if they want programs, such as should not be taken away from some students Clark. help teachers in the school system was expressed -
structor Betty Stevens Hutson is band, not offered at Hampton Elementary. just because other students mistreat the All grades are "up to snuff," said Principal by Mrs. Judy Archie and Bill San
scheduled Monday, April 29, at 7 Parents told the school officials that some HE privilege. Clark except the 6th and 7th grades. Plus, a
p.m. The hearing will be held students go to BMS for such a program, then Right now, there are 16 sixth graders and 17 large kindergarten class is expected. In the (see Hampton..p.IM)
whether or not a replacement has drop it after a few weeks, but nobody checks seventh graders on the list for HE, meaning future, there will be larger 6th and 7th grade
been appointed for suspended
school board member J.R. (Jim)

board Lawson.would It was be first required thought for a the full Transition from Small Brooker Ele. to BMS Concerns Parents .

hearing, but Supt. Jim Duncan says

that be has been researched and foundto The shock of going from a small closelyknitschool feel very good" about the education BE explained Mrs Robinson. "Is it a loss of in:

The unnecessary.Starke Board of Adjustmentfor such as Brooker Elementary to the are getting, said Principal McRae. terest," she asked.It .
zoning will meet at 7:30 p.m. comparatively huge crowd at Braford Middle they have a very solid foundation in has a lot to do with the age of the child/ ,

tonight (Thursday, April 25) in city School was the main topic when the school arts, which the BE program ventured Principal McRae.
hall to consider a special exceptionto board met Tuesday night, April 23, at BE. he said. It's a complete environmental change, !laid
permit new and used car sales at ed."I Board Member Rodney Hall. McRae agreed,
the former Texaco Station on Everybody at Brooker apparently is happy they hit the 870-member student body referring to the huge crowd at BMS comparedto
US-301. across from Winkler Elec- with the way the school and the brand new middle school, begin to change classes, the 158 students at BE. Students no longer
tric. The regular zoning board cafetorium is going under new Princjpal Bill lack the close relationships with teachers know everybody at the school. They are no
meeting at 7 p,m. will not be held. McRae. Only Mrs. Linda Robinson, who Is students they had at BE, Brooker
The Bradford County zoning Brooker's city clerk,who attend*college, and either do extremely well or terrible, (see TransiH..pg.2A
board is set to meet Tuesday, April who helps as a BE school volunteer, her.hus

30. at 7 p.m. in the Starke city hall.




Pale ZA TELEGRAPH April 25.1985 ,

assts--- I Quilt Show...

J ''... The 5th annual McIntosh Quilt
1al il. April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
,. Sunday, April 28, 1-4 p.m. at the at
M''e awrfA historic Mcintosh Depot
The show will feature the "Pine
Needles" of Silver Acres, FL, Second at
number one in the Florida National
,Quilt Association. The group will
exhibit traditional, contemporary,
and original quilting.An :
antique exhibit will feature In-trade :
one quilt from the 1840s and two $ '.
England in the 1850s.
Over 100 quilted items will be for Outside :
sale. There will be quilting $

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Hampton Ml/WUIe our
OCCASIONS "Jewclry Gt9-Gift
.&, Gallery inc. N
(from page l.\) an half-time aide to keep a study Ms Sallie Scoggins suggestedsome
hall, Ms. Brooke said. method be worked out to see
I that students found with head lice do
Supt. Duncan and the board list of items needed at HE
A 12 not returned to school until the lice
members agreed with Mrs. Archie'ssuggestion were listed for the school board to are eliminated.
that aides be trained, consider.
possibly during pre-planning, before The items are: a covered Problem is, the school bus drivers
being put on the job. walkway, copier, 10 heavy duty don't get notified of the problem and
Sanford also suggested that a poolof mats, 50 elementary school chairs, a infected students are allowed backon
prospective non-instructional vacuum cleaner, 3 computers and the bus the next day. That means
employees be listed by the county carts, 2 sections of bookshelves, 3 they must stay in the hallway or office
administrative office, rather than record players, 2 filmstrip projec- which is called isolation, said
letting each principal be responsiblefor tors, 28 library chairs, an. electric Principal Clark.Crossing .
his own school. Centrally hiring microscope, and a paint dome over
non-instructional employees would with heat reflector paint.
the library
insure uniform training Sanford
contended.HE Can't the carpenter build the book Mayor Elwood Padgett told the
librarian Kathryn Brooke, a shelves, it was suggested. Yes, but school board members Hampton
former classroom teacher, said she one carpenter serves the entire pays for a school crossing guard for
would prefer an aide who knew her school system and just hits the school.
students in her classroom, as opposed emergency items, pointed out Board "We'd like to be able to bill the
to a certified retired teacher unfamiliar Member Rodney HallCan't school board," Mayor Padgett jok +TIjiFzirTTTr
with the students. the carpentry class at the ed.The _
vo-tech center build the shelves, it school board is currently stu
Changing Classes.. was then asked. "We don't have one to provide school cross-
Mrs. Beverly Padgett suggestedthat now," said Supt. Duncan. ing guars all over the county.
the 5th, 6th, and 7th grades be The maintenance crew is short.
allowed to change glasses at HE. That's where a large part of the cuts Only.'t
Ms. Brooke said those grades did made to come up with the $31)0,000) Covered Walkways...
change classes when she taught in the school board had to do without A discussion about the need for
the classroom seven years ago and," because it didn't receive money covered walkway*was a part of the t',
it work satisfactorily. One teacher from the state when 'the student,. meeting for the second -year,' burp _
) "
taught math, one taught language count came up short. nothing was decided. A TI
arts and one social studies and "Maintenance Is where we alwayscut There is a need for covered ij
science. All that was required was ," said Board Member Hall. wa Ikways at several schools __

I Transitionfrom

( page I A) until they get in touch with a parent.In transition easier. But, nobody had a
longer in self-contained classrooms, the much larger middle school, solution. The change is more abrupt
and their teachers are also new. one teacher! might contact: jpare.nt coming from Brooker, Mrs. Robinson _
And, after a few weeks, EMS: but that says nothing about how the said. Brooker is a close com-
teachers demand that homework be student is doing in other classes, munity, she added.
turned in on time, and don't allow McRae pointed out. Mrs. Robinson also pointed out
extra time for makeup work. that when a student reaches the mid.
Mrs. Robinson asked, is there any The middle school makes for a die school level many parent are no
way to alter the situation? much more difficult communication longer able to help with homework.
There is no significant problem, problem, McRaw said, wishing
academically,said McRae, a former something could be done to make the (see Transition..p.3A: )
assistant principal at BMS.
Mrs. Robinson pressed: Well, s
socially? She said some Brooker
students, perhaps a third, completely CommunityBible STARKE
lose interest in school when they
hit BMS."I ChurchBaptist CHURCH OF GOD
have to feel a lot of it is the age FundamentalREV. 422 N. St. Clair 964.5445
of the child," said Principal McRae, D.M. WESTON 964-5522 Walter F. Montz, Pastor
pointing out the middle school is extremely -
We; invite to
you worship with us.
critical, it is where education -
is made or lost. Sunday Service. 9:45: & 11 a.m. ATTENDED NURSERY
Parental follow-up is very important Sunday Evening. .7:00: p.m. Sunday School . . . 10 a.m.
at the middle school level, said Morning Worship . . 11 a.m.
Mrs, Vellenga. Mrs. Robinson Temporary Meeting Place: Evening Service . . 6 p.m.
agreed, pointing out that BE Pratt St. Recreation Bldg. ,Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: p.m..
teachers will trv three or four times


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$250,000 Bail Set in Bannister Case,. I -.

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Hearn Mrs. Bannister Remain in JailThe :;.: ."toM''I' --

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Federal liuieau ol Investigation ,- with Mrs. Banister last December also had made arrangements for, ...
hits an interest in the Banister when she told Mrs. Watson her husband and paid the deposit on I le arn's -
murder case, according/ Investigator was deceased and she plannedto Prairie View apartment.! ':
Don Denton of the Bradford !sell her home (<'Iridllllnd move The sheriff'H investigator/ also ,
Shi-rill's Department. to South Carolina. From "'eh, 1(1; until listed numerous long-distance
Denton said the FBI has requesteda Feb III Mrs. Banister" was in the telephone calls between Hearn's
copy of the case file to determine if Watson home in South Carolina with apartment and Banister's home, ..
a new federal law, referring to hiring Hearn. Mrs Watson said other conversations south of Slarke t made in the morning r- ..
/ a killer Iron. another slate, has and meetings/ told her on the day Banister died and during (
been violated! If Banister waS killed thai something was wrong. the hours immediately following
in a 'murder for hire' deal, the case Denton described his investigationinto his death. I
may fall in that category Deputy Bannister's death, which took Denton testified t thai on two occasions
Denton says. lie and Investigator Wiley Clark in January, $:r>(Hi was transferred .
Bond for murder suspect Debra over much of the southeastern to learn from (he Sun Bank inGainesville
Banister! was set at $2511,000 Apl'II17 United Slates Denton testified where Mrs. Banisterwas 2 BITS Students Win in Spanish Contest..

at the conclusion of n circuit court Banister owned an All-7 rifle prior loIns an employee He said! llcurn llniiiiil I 1..lIdu l placed first ill Siiinisli| I mill Kililie'Imiianl : :.Matins; l.ililie; 'Jeiiiiiint iJniina I'uiaiK, unit I1IIS
hearing during, which the stale death and Mrs. Banister voluntarily allegedly killed a Texas woman plated\ seriMiil in NIIa'li..h| III in u SpanishSpeaking Spanish Instruelurltooald 1t""J..tII."
outlined its case against the defendant. turned over to him several after receiving $IIMIII from thewoman's | and' residing foulest in ciiinpetitiiiii with Also conipeliiii, ; were ItllS. !Spunlsli, ...lud"lIl."IJ
weapons the couple owned but the rifle husband, who has been in- over Hill other high srliool students nt ruiiSutillieni Ward, (aniline( (.ieenly.! 'I rac;y liac/, \Jlk'IS..r'JI'r. I
Mrs. Banister! \ 2I!>,and John Wayne not I the Denton dieted along with Hearn.Denlon .
was among weapons. Lisa lil.ilixk lii-l .
College( recently.SIniMii S.>lvlii Pus!1"1 hi l, An|>i>l.t 'thomas,
Hearn, 39, were indicted by n grand said he believes Mrs. Banister said Hearn's wife, wh' above me ItllS Spanish Inslim-tor Nit laid Ilranua'Isitu; ;hnsan.
jury for the murder of John Joseph gave the rifle to llenrn the day of lives in South Carolina, told him thin _
Banister. Hearn is in a Texas, jail Banister's murder Hearn said he was going into II
charged with (the contract murder of Denton said Mrs. Banister had 'security and bodyguard service'
a woman Ihel'e.Assist.ml been a sharpshooter while in the service and thai he would be 'killing peoplefor
Slate Attorney Thomas and would have knowledge of money' 4
Klwell argued that Mrs. Banister weapons a "ordinary housewife"would Klwell urged that Mrs. Banister beheld
should not be freed on bail because not have. without bail, arguing thai the R' 4
of the weight of the evidence againsther. Denton said Mrs. Banister told evidence showed that she and Hearn
him I that her husband's life insurance had planned her husband's murder. $1.19
would Bates argued that the evidence .
Defense attorney C. Valentine amount to$14,000() ) ,approximately -
Banister circumstantial
enough to pay the mortgage against Mrs. was -
Bates of Gainesville contended that
and that she Lb.Ir/ .
on the Banister's home. But was
Mrs. Banister was a good risk for Denlon said the life insurance was of nothing more that having guilt lb.$1.69 GROUND
bail because, despite knowing for actually $107,000Denton fair with Hearn and trying to cover it
several weeks that I she was a suspectin
said Mrs. Banister had '
the case, she had not attempted to up.Mrs. I
Banister remains in the BEEFu1.19ALL
told him she had not been in contact '
leave" the area.Testimony with Jle.unln more than five years. custody of the Alachua County Jail. .'
was taken" by telephonefrom Denton said, however, that 37 calls Her two young children have placedin I lillillll/I/IiIlllilll/iliOO'iurl,/!:, : BOTTOM ROUNDSTEAK
Hearn's mother" Mary Watson, had been made between Mrs. the custody of Bannister's sister, //
in Columbia, S. C. Mrs Watson Banister and Hearn from Dec. 1 to Lana Halbrook, until a custody hearing -
described" telephone" conversations Feb. 1. Denton said Mrs. Banister is held May 1. 79

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SFCC Enrollment Expected To Increase. $1.79 lb. Fresh

The prospect of being able to take Starke Center is 250 'students and school graduates have enrolled in at CUBED SAUSAGES.
Sunta Fe Community College this is expected to increase at least least one class at SFCC.
courses on "home ground" at the 50: when the Starke Center begins A survey of the 1985 BHS senior
new Starke Center in the 1902 Cour- offering a full schedule of day and class showed 84 of the 109 students $1.99 lb1.49
thouse next fall has greatly night classes, McFadden said. replying to the survey questionnaire .EAK
stimulated interest in enrollment, He pointed out that 42 scholarshipsare indicated an interest in enrolling in F
Dr. Bernard J. McFadden told the being offered for 1985 graduatesof SFCC for the fall term
SFCC Board of Trustees at their an- BHS-two from the Starke Rotary Dr. McFadden said that students,
nual meeting in Starke last Thursday Club, ten from the Andrews Foundation as well as adults, are beginning to ,
; eight Beck Scholarships; 20 realize the many advantages of at- t BUTCHER SHOP
Dr McFadden, coordinator of the Board of Trustees academic tending SFCC Starke Center, in-
Starke Center, said his office had scholarships, and two anonymous cluding savings in time and money, Edwards Road 964-5906
already received 40 student applications scholarships through Rotary. and predicted this would be -
for one or more scholarshipsfor McFadden also reported that reflected in increased enrollmentthis
the forthcoming term, double the since 1973, 412 graduates of BHS fall. c -...
number of applications received last have gone on to graduate from
year. Current enrollment at the SFCC. and 1,618 adults and high

BMS Transition WE'LL PAY UP 10 $1,525TO

(from |page|( 2.\) tbooks for the fourth and fifth
With the addition of a dean of grades, Sup Duncan pointed oul. HOME
studentsaMhe! middy will' echooL, th, .+"Textbook dollars don't go'far at $12". ,GIVE
principal become'much to $15 each, Duncan said.
more involved in curriculum,
and can follow up on what is being
taught at the junior high level in the ,:'
said.outlying schools, Supt. Jim Duncan ., THE WORKS.H.E.L.R .

On Textbooks... .
There have been no new science
books for the first grade at BE since HappyBirthday ,
1965, said Mrs. Vellenga, shocking
school board members who have
mandated a textbook for every

child.Board Chairwoman Patricia -Lowell-
Spengler takes pride in saying the
school board has never turned downa
request for textbooks.BE .
received some $2,800 in textbooks -
money for this current school
term, and bought new series of tex

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Opinion and Commentary, \,,..'". ,.. '.. .. .. :EL '_ ,- ,. ,..,-.' ,. ,

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..,. ,- 52 Confederate Graves at Crosby Lake Cemetery


as "sharpened and pinched -
April 26 is Southern Memorial Day for
if the gaunt
Confederate War Veterans, and membersof c. as
h Y Y been the threshold of their
n A already .
1 W.T; Weeks Chapter U.D.C. will meet

Sunday, April 28, at 2 p.m. at Crosby Lake dwellings.
Cemetery and try to locate and mark the "Jacksonville had been captured for the
graves of the 52 Confederate veterans fourth time on Feb. 7, 1864 and Union
r' buried there. forces fanned out from the city with their
main objective being' to break off com-
Printed on this page is a list of these Confederate
'' Y k1 men,many of whom still have descendal't.sliving Buried at Crosby Lake munications and cut off supply lines bet
west Florida which had
I and
ween east
in Starke and elsewhere in Bradford
t p f been supplying food and other supplies to
County. Any of these knowing the locationof Edward WainwrightNewn forces in other states.Florida's .
graves of relatives who fought in the Confederate
C. WainwrightCapt.
chief role in the war was to be thebreadbasket'
war are invited to visit the cemetery Sun- .J. C, Richard
her sister Southern
; day afternoon and assist in locating Con- Louis Wllkovski for
f federate states.
qr graves.At W. II. Rivers

one time, Southern Memorial Day Edward L, Stafford The fighting atOlustee, raged for five
was observed annually with a service at Capt. G. K. Martin hours until Union troops began a hasty
s the Confederate monument in Crosby Lake SydbotenDr. retreat in late afternoon. The Confederate

,- xI .. Cemetery. But in recent years, due largely J. M. Jones cavalry pursued them until darkness fell
'------- -
I t:: to the observance of National Memorial Thomas Hemingway and they turned back with 150 prisoners.The .

Day .in May, and'' Veterans Day in Dr. Wm. Ilolllngworth toll: Union casualties, 1,861; Con-
Confederate veterans are pictured In this federate veterans for over 20 years, from its November, the April 26 date has gone by Frank Hollingsworth federate, 946. It was one of the most
organization In 1906 until It ceased meeting In G. W .TumblinIsam Confederate victories of the
unidentified photograph as they gathered for reu- with little or no recognition.' significant
nion In the early 1900s. Seated at center, at left of 19U.! : Cone war and gave the South renewed hope to
If any reader can identify others In the pictureThe In a Memorial Day address at Crosby T. another 14 months.
tree is believed! to_be Col._W !. Weeks, who was T. Long fight on
Telegraph would like to have this Informa- Lake Cemetery in April 1977 a tribute to J. M. BrownleeG.
commander .of the J.J. Dickison Camp Con- tion. those who are buried there was paid in the "To those who might wonder what
following words: benefit would be derived by reenacting a
Kinch) AdamsB.
bloody battle that took place so many
"Gone now is any desire to attach blameto S. WailWilliam for the Florida
ago, a spokesman
Government Waste VersusSociaISecu..rY.Sometimes either side for what happened on the bat- Tison years Volunteers who staged the mock battle

tlefields so many years ago. Our only object Thos. E. Bugg said, 'We are not attempting to glorify
here today is to honor the memory of Dr. A. M. Powell war. Basically, we are history buffs
a letter to the editor carries a message that is stated more forcefullyand all men who fell on either side, with special Dr. Tate PowellII. who're not satisfied with just reading what

concisely than even the best editorial writer could express it. Such a one appeared whose honor to those whose tend names and those we bear whose and ..W.W.AdamsDr. Adams happened. We are trying to portray what
recently in the letters column of the Florida Times-Union. We quote: heritage graves we have shared down through the James. A. BaisdenG. SparkmanII. our presenting ancestors a capsule endured of living during 19th the century war,

It matters little that a government years. W. Baisden historyand hopefully bringing about,
If democracy, at least the.Washingtontype
"Each in February the Battle of among people today, a greater ap-
report has shown that if this happens year William Hill young
is the best political system this world
Olustee is re-enacted near Ocean Pond in preciation and understanding of the
600,000 (mostly elderly) will be pushdbelow Johns
should feel Jerry
has ever known, then mankind
and sacrifices made
Baker this re-enactment endurance
the poverty level, nor that this same County. In men W. T. DrydenT. courage, ,
shame.There Is something fundamentallywrong Pentagon that Reagan wants to give this in blue and men in gray fall to the groundin C.Sweal by those who went before us."
with a system that (1) indicts thenation's money to with no strings attached has been simulated death,enabling us to envisionthe Samuel P. (Bud) CrewsD. ** *
to waste billions of dollars awful scene.that took place there in .
fourth largest military contractor -, proven every L. Alvarez:
1864, when fellow Americans, sometimeseven No finer tribute was ever paid to the
General Electric Co., for defrauding it year and flatly refuses to do anything J. It. AlvarezA.
brother against brother, fought one fallen men on both sides than that expressed -
of$800,000 (and, if convicted, GE will facea about it.There. L. Williams
... another in a tragic encounter that caused by President Abraham Lincoln at the
to be for the tax-
ought a Phineas Burnsed
$1.08 million fine), imposes a freeze on way '
one brave Confederate captain to write his dedication of the Gettysburg National
GE from payers to stop the issuance of those con- John C. Darby
obtaining new Pentagon con-
wife, saying, 'I went over the battlegroundthis Cemetery on November 19,1853:
tracts, and (2)less than three weeks later tracts to GE and its partner, to stop the Furney Edwards .
creates an exception and awards GE a payment of any more money to the Pentagon -, morning on my way to camp, and William Edwards "The world will little note, nor long
until it cleans house to those never in all my life have I seen such a remember what here but it
$4.36 million Air Force contract.In get John Andrews we say can
addition, another firm, in which GE responsible for all the waste, poor distressing sight--some men with their legs Win iMalplmrs never forget what they did thereon the
blown off, others with their drains out,and
holds a partnership, is awarded a $422.9 management and fraud out of govern- N. A. Blitch field of battle.
ment but there isn't. mangled in every conceivai le way..their
Adam :
million Markey
contract.If "It is rather for us to be here dedicatedto
bodies left to lie on a pallet opine needles.
President all he wantsto
those whom we Americans elect to Reagan can say John Chaplin
the task remaining before us-that
I never want to see another battle, or go on great
in of the defense needs of this .
feel that is the best support I.Y. KicklilerW. :
represent us to runa
way the field after it is over.' from these honored dead we take increased -
business (the government), then we are country, but one thing he can't say is that T. Weeks devotion to that cause for which they
indeed a sick nation. the elderly and poor Social Security reci- "When the actual Battle of Olustee occurred J. T. DillaberryJ. the last full measure of their
This comes at the same time President pients he wants to take the money from are Floridians had not yet known the F. MorganF. gave devotion-That we here resolve that these
Reagan wants to reduce cost of living ad- paying $58 for a screw, $29 for a nut, $400 suffering and grimness of major warfare, C. llaislop dead shall not-have died in vainthat this
justments to Social Security recipients and for a hammer. $600 for a toilet seat, etc. but hardship and privation were already B. M. :McRae Nation, under God, shall continue as a
turn this savings over to the military Walker Jacksonville known to this area. A Union soldier, Williamddlson
Raymond II. Government of the people, by the people,
establishment.Far writing home, described the faces of Con- and for the peopleforevermore..

from getting at the heart of the would be to clean houses from top to bottom 1

matter of waste in government, the in the Washington bureauracy'eliminating L E.T;' T E RS: ..."... Oral Tobacco Use Is DangerousSmokeless I

President and Congress have only overpaid and underworked : .

scratched the surface in their current. deadheads. .: Tob smokeless tobacco are legitimate and well
., cco7A' Information Sought
"compromise"" "' .' -is now-'QI/I',being hotly: "",,!.' t w. .;. tt'\\I' fihe"yaluepfSpcreorganization ii.-4" ProdU0t Related,.. .' founded. The' November 1984 conference' On V R'rgvatt, : "
:debated. tobacco is carcinogenic to humans" The t .,.
was recently To Oral Cancer ?I .ml zatu
ivlvil wa-t S'btdler
American Cancer Society's and the National -
I In a recent news letter to his consti- demonstrated by one financially troubled editor, Telegraph: Cancer Institute's (NCI) 1985 projections

tuents, Congressman Don Fuqua wrote: corporation which streamlined its y. estimate that 28,900 people will get Editor. Telegraph: ,
"It is my considered judgment that the work force, cutting it almost in half, and I was both disillusioned and provoked by some type of oral cancer this year and I am following your excellent series on
last week's editorial, "Snuff Sniffers, will die the Civil War with a great amount of In-
found that it operated not only more 9,500 as a result. This is not a
American people support a strong .national Tobacco Chawers Get Senate Attention". laughing matter, Mr. Editorl! Instead of terest, as they are outstanding and obviously -
but much efficiently.
defense, but they know there is economically, more The Telegraph apparently wished to lam- jeers, Senator Deratony deserves praise well researched.

waste and,, inefficiency in our military poon Senator Tim Deratony for his In- for attempting to protect our youth until Should any of the research reveal any in-

expenditures. Therefore, I believe that Instead of biting the bullet in these troduction of a bill designed to prohibit the they are mature enough to decide for formation In reference to Valentine Rowell
sale of smokeless tobacco products to themselves whether or not they wish to Prevatt, who was born in 1809, those of us
massive savings can be made in defense wasteful however President accept -
areas, minors. Apparently your paper felt such the inherent risks of smokeless tobacco researching that line would be very
spending without jeopardizing our national Reagan is using the threat of the mam- legislation Is of little merit. use. grateful if we could be informed of it. We

security. moth deficit as a tool to force the The Telegraph, like the vast majority of Perhaps Senator Deratony's bill would have only family tradition as to what hap-

j "I strongly feel that a balanced dismantling of social, educational, and smokeless tobacco users, is woefully Ignorant do more than keep Florida mothers from pened to him during the Civil War.
misinformed of associationof "the added chore of Briefly, he had large land holdings at
and medical research programs that he has or the cleaning spittoons and
budget a healthy are as
economy Sampson Lake. Union soldiers capturedhim
habitual smokeless tobacco use with throwing out empty snuff cans". Perhaps
important as any weapons system. It is been philosophically opposed to, even oral cancer and oral health problems In- it would keep some Florida mothers from at Theressa after he was wounded in

our healthy economy that has made it before entering the White House. cluding periodontal damage and decay having to watch their children lose their an attempt to flee on his horse. Letters to

for us to achieve From within teeth, their facial their his wife, Huldah Ward Prevatt, stated he
possible military Last December Mr. Reagan said in experiences my own practiceand appearance or in
was a in New York but
from the available literature I am lives prison camp ,
and I
superiority, am firmly convincedthat an interview published in Human convinced that the health concerns about William Marchese,D.M.D. later she was Informed that he died in the
massive savings can be made in the Events: "Well, I have to say my pledge Old Fort at St. Augustine.We .

projected Pentagon budget without during this campaign carried with it the have,on the other hand, documented

sacrificing one whit of national security. clear implication that present Social County Agents NotebookTomato proof of the death of his father, Thomas
i ." beneficiaries would the Prevatt, who died in 1837 at Garey's Ferryat
Security get
Middleburg during the Florida War. He

j Another source of savings that has cost-of-living increases as well. I made Wilt quired. Place shallow cans in your gardento was in Capt.! Smith's Mounted Rangers,1st

been advocated for years by Senator that pledge and so, therefore, I feel And Other ProblemsThis determine how much water is being ap Regiment Pauline Prevatt Murley

Lawton Chiles is the cost of the "im bound by it." plied. Box 75, Geneva, FL

perial" ex-Presidential libraries, is the time of year when I get Water should never be applied at a rate
around-the-clock Secret Service At times when Congress won't bow to numerous calls from gardeners about problems faster than it can absorbed by the soil.
protec- his bidding Mr. threatens and pests on their vegetables. One If the sprinkler applies too much water, it Forestry
tion for life for ex-Presidents and their Reagan to of the most common problems is wilt on only runs-off and is being wasted. By David Norton

widows, office expenses, special staffs take his case the people. This is one tomatoes. Unfortunately, this problemcan Avoid extremes in water. Light, frequent -

and other luxurious,"perks '. time when the people should take their not be corrected after it has attackedthe waterings are inefficient and produce
case to the Congress and insist on fur- tomato plant, and I hate to tell the shallow root systems. Excessive.!irrigation TIMBERInvestment
A bill prepared by Senator Chiles to ther efforts to cut waste in the Pentagonand gardener that there is nothing he can do which keeps the root zone That Keeps Growing
trim these benefits to a .more other branches of for affected plants. saturated with water is also harmful to the
reasonable government The best to wilt (fuasium plants. Roots need air to function and too
figure was approved 8-to-l before attacking Social and way prevent Newspapers and magazines carry
Security much water kills decreases
by a Senate committe last but further and bacterial) is to grow resistant greatly root stories almost daily about growth and
enriching corporations accusedof varieties and/or fumigate the soil before growth. changes occuring in the financial markets.
nothing has been heard from it since.
Time to water is also important.
defrauding the of billionsof Even then During
government transplanting. some plants One of the most significant changes in recent -
Another overlooked source of savings dollars. may develop the disease. dry periods, it may be necessary to wait years is the explosive growth of
the heat-of the .
during day. Water will cool
Other common problems are insects, retirement funds. Estimates place cur
and diseases like early and late blights, the grass and prevent damage. However, rent market size of these funds at $800
leaf spots and mildews. Leaf spots and when daytime waterings are not possible, billion to $1 trillion with annual growth
I Growth Management A Must For Florida blights can be controlled with a regular water whenever convenient.Late after- rates in the 10 to 15 percent range.
noon or early morning which
spray or dusting program. using Zineb, watering The magnitude and growth of these
Maneb, Captan or Benlate. keeps the plants wet for many hours longer funds has led the traditional investor to
Insects such hornworms ruitworms than normal can be detrimental. Extended -
as consider alternative investments such as
The demands of a rapidly growing Precious wetlands disappearing"fast aphids, stinkbugs, loopers and cutwormscan wet periods encourage plant diseases.So real estate. Larger investors are looking

population, combined with cutbacks in converted to housing be controlled with a general purpose water early enough in the afternoon so for alternatives to traditional stocks and I
that the will
plants dry out several hours
insecticide applied at 7-day intervals. The bonds. Timberland investment
President can meet
Reagan's proposed fiscal 1986 developments or agricultural purposes. spray of dust should contain either before nightfall or late enough in the morn- returns that investors are seeking. ,
budget are putting the State of ing so that the plants have had time to
Florida Reduced inland Malathion or Diazinon, plus Sevin. Applythe dry Why is timberland such an attractive in-
public access to
between the proverbial "rock and a insecticide after a rain or overhead irrigation before being irrigated.I vestment? Today's timberland In-
hard place". fresh-water lakes and rivers, with in- also get calls on herbicides for the vestments will provide a projected real

creased pollution of surface and Other questions include garden Irrigation. garden but I usually suggest cultivation. rate of return in the range of 5 to 10 per-
The good news is that the Florida underground water, In irrigating the garden it is ad- The primary purpose of cultivation is to cent; that is, 5 to 10 percent above Infla-
Legislature finally seems to recognizethe visable to thoroughly wet the soil once a control weeds. Weeds are easy to control tion. This compares with real returns on
problems that Creation of hazardous toxic waste week unless sufficient rain falls, rather when they are small. Shallow cultivationand stocks of about 6 percent and on real estateof
trolled and accompany has uncon-. dumps, and failure to clean up those than to apply several light sprinklings. A hoeing is advised' in order to reduce 4 to 5 percent.
growth placed growth already existing. growing garden will require 1 inch of damage to the crop root system. No one One of the major benefits which makesan
management at the top of its 1985 agen water per week and when the plants are chemical weed killer (herbicide) can be investment timberland attractive to

da. But unless the legislators bite the Farsighted growth management is large as much as 2 Inches may be .re- suggested for a growing garden. retirement funds in the physical growth of

bullet and actually come to grips with Number One on Governor Bob '. the timber. Timber is a unique investmentthat

the problemthe future is grim, Indeed, Graham's priority list, but it will re compounds through growth in wood
if the the best from all volume and is not taxable until it is
haphazard, unplanned methods of very leadership %a cte47 harvested. This physical through
the sectors both and to r growth
east are into the decade of public private put good management,can be at a rate of 6 to 9

the 90s. an effective growth management "''('" percent per year regardless of the state of
system in place. It will be necessary to the economy.

Beaches lined with taller and taller bring about a truly integrated planning What does all this mean for you if you

I condominiums, blocking out the system, compelling local, regional, and The sun Is 110 times larger than the earth.,. are living a landowner in Bradford under County 50 years? It means of age that and

.. ,seascape and limiting beach access for inevitable to work together on the 'if you have idle or non-productive land andit

visitors and residents alike. problems that will arise. Ii is not in pine trees, you are missing an

Coastal areas made Governor' Graham's opportunity to have additional money dur
more program was 1OYS ing your retirement years. Please call
vulnerable to wind and wave action long on planning but short ,on suggesting your county forester's office for additional

because of continued destruction of means of providing funds for the R e Information on timber and tree planting.

sand dunes and vegetation resulting in needed goals. This is the problem that FW oolworth! opened his first.store in Utica. N.Y, on rvD. 22. 1879 (Portions of this article were rewritten

the destruction hundred of miles J must be addressed before any programcan based on the principle of selling nothing over 5 cents." The public did from December an article in the No.ember-
issue! of "'Irfotarmer,
he moved to
beaches. the idea and Pennsylvania
be developed. I not take to written by Mr. Charles M. Tarvw.i

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!: April;!5.1985 TELEGRAPII Pages*
.. .... Jackie Terrell .
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"' '
''''' Jerry Adler II,; :, # I' ') '

..'. ., :i': ... Married April 14 Social l bide ,., o'l"' .C'ubNew'' \
f: '."':, ..r r;;J''.'' ._.JJ,. T4 ;j't; :, ;?,
Notices '
. ,'' ', 1".X'..... (K,. i t; Ms. Martha Dorko of Lawtey attended OJ -.1U "
TllGNews Church
Sv-i '' Items
,.. ,:." "" the wedding of her daughter
/IVOf, Jackie Terrell to Jerry Adler,son of v ,
: '.. Mr and Mrs.Edward Adler of Niles, '
... '
.' tr 1L1- i
,F' yTS. e F's
' i'.v. Mich and Deerfield Beach, Fla., on WeddingsReceptions
d'r -- % Sunday April 14,at 3 p.m.at Jupiter ,0
J. ,
1..1' Beach First Methodist Church witha .
::1)) reception following at the PGA Na Gladys Mooty Parties
tional Sheriton Hotel. 964-7608
...., ..
.... .. The couple who are on a trip to
:.: ; '.' '1'I'f: Europe, traveling the Oriental Express

r_.;.7.'r 'yt.....:':...",;" .M;? ;1. x7 f" w. .: ...;r..fI"P.o/.:3",_..\::tV .:1... ..V-: Road,,will Palm be Beach at home Gardens at 50 Dunbar after Did You Know...................'............,...................................,..........,.'t

.... ....")".-r:,.; .t,; -- I May I. Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins atTime to set your clocks ahead 1
.. .. :-0, >. tended her hour
..... --H j Jefford's family reunion Saturday night beforeretiringat
.,.ri&X'/kihi.* -": *:'\SJ
-.1-.....::..(. t.ST Olena State Park on Sunday. for Daylight Savings Time.
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<: : r '=<= New River Association Office. :\1 The Bradford County Fair Association'

Wishes to thank everyone who helped make this years

Baptists Break Ground For NRA Offices fair a huge success!

On Sunday afternoon April 21, the the people. The New River Baptist Association Sincerely,
New River Association broke ground The new building Will be composedof composed of twenty churchesand Board of Directors
for their new office building to be offices for the Director of Missions one mission. A special offeringis
built on Highway 301,one mile northof and his secretary, Mrs. Lisa being taken by these churches to
Starke. Morgan. There will also be a media provide the building funds. Most of & General Manager
Reverend Darryl Murray Director center, containing books films, the labor will be provided by the
' of Missions of the New River tapes to be made available to the members of the churches. Anyone .
Association presided over the ser churches of the area. A conferenceroom interested in donating labor or ..'tri!:i. I.
vice. Reverend Robert Gillis will be provided to accom (materials may contact Reverend ,' ..t.'I. '
Moderator of the Association readscripture modate associational committee 'Darryl Murray at 964-8340 or _:'!t.,!'!.:;,. :'1 0! '
and issued a challenge to meetings. 964-6562.


Miss Terry Massey HonoredAt

Afternoon "Calling" Party

Sunday atJJE.Hardys . .. "I i -

o' '
Miss Terry Massey of Lawtey, punch from the silver service at the
bride-elect of Michael Andrews was end of the table was Mrs. Vernon
honored at an afternoon calling party Reddish aunt of the groom-to-be.
Sunday at .the home of Mrs. Party foods were placed on silver
Eldon Hardy on East Call Street. trays around the floral centerpiece.
Hostesses for the occasion were Pouring punch on the patio was
Mrs. Bobby Biggs Mrs.Joan Chitty Mrs. Ronnie Tomlinson. The table '.
Mrs. Martha Dorko-- Mrs. Pete was overlaid with army-navy hand
Felos, Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Mrs. embroidered cloth placed over a I.. '
Charles Norman Mrs. George yellow liner. Assorted finger foods )
Pierce Mrs. Roberts were placed around an : \r." .
George Jr., arrangementof ,
and Mrs. Neil Tucker. fresh spring field flowers. .&"J. .
The guests were greeted at the The honoree was presented with a "
door by Mrs. Hardy and presented to corsage upon her arrival at the par
the receiving line composed of the ty, and also was given the large ser
honoree Terry Massey; her mother ving platter to her chosen dinnerware -
Mrs. Wayne Massey; and Mrs. Er- as memento of the occasion
vin Andrews, mother of the groom- by the hostesses.
to-be. Assisting in serving were Miss
Guests were invited to the refresh- Lynn Pierce and Mrs. Ted Kendrickof
ment table by Mrs. Jeanie Biggs. Orange Park.Enjoying .
The dining room table was covered the afternoon with the
with an imported army-navy hand honoree was her great aunt Mrs. iTIO1 ISHOPPERS
embroidered cloth and centered Nelson Blocker. A1TE1
with a formal arrangement of red Two hundred guests were invitedto
roses, interspersed witp': spring call between the party hours of
. blossoms and. bahv l br". 1h.: Pouring 'J''u2:30c8ndlU3op.m., ,'r .
dj"1'! .,rUff'l''. "If q'

Baptist Youth Travel to Praisfest


This past weekend, April 19-20, spiration. The choir returned home
members of the First Baptist Saturday evening,arriving in Starkeat
Church Youth Choir, Imagination 6:15: p.m.
attended the State Baptist Youth
Choir Festival called Praisfest at Those attending were Steven
Stetson University in Deland Akridge, Matt Bryant, Chuck
Florida. Coburn Connie Colston, David
Since schools were out for the Floyd Andy Goodowns, Vicki
week,the choir left Friday morningand Goodowns, Danny Hughes, Jason ,
spent the afternoon and night in Hughes, Rebecca Lawson, Amy -
Ormond Beach. They traveled to Lewis Tim Lewis Marilynn McGee,
Deland Saturday morning for the Beth McKinney, Nicola Shemer, ,
festival which lasted from 9:00 a.m. Jerry Slayton, Deanna Waters Car
until 4:00: p.m. The day was filled rie Woods Jenni Woods, Pam '. .. .
with rehearsals} followed by a concert Zurfluh and Ron Zurfluh. -
at the end of the day. The group which is about two-
Periodically during the day there thirds of the choir,was accompaniedon ,
were breaks scheduled with the time the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
being filled by David Garrard a McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Christian Magician from Louisville, Floyd. Mandy Floyd and Michael
KY. It was a day filled with Chris McKinney also went along with their
tian music, entertainment and in parents






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Miss Lynn Pierce Honored at Parties "Dairy Days" Cooking Contest I

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Miss Lynn Pierce, May 4 bride Mrs Gene Melvin presided at the Lynn Pierce was honored recently Florida cooks are gearing up for address, telephone number and
elect, was honored at a Coke party Coke table. with lingerie shower given by Mrs. the annual Dairy Days food contest. name of category in tie) top left corner
Saturday at the Starke Golf and The hostesses presented the A.J. Barry,Mrs.James Crosby, Sr., The contest is being conducted in of each entry. Also,give numberof
r Country Club given by Mrs. Ervin honoree with the sugar bowl to her Mrs. Comer Suggs, Miss Nancy Bradford County on May 14, 1965. servings and approximate cost
Andrews, Mrs. RC. Buford, Mrs. china pattern as a memento of the Payne Mrs. M.A. Payne, Sr., MissMichelle The entry period has just openedand per serving.To .
Tom Casey, Mrs. Gloria King, Mrs occasion. Sapp and Mrs. Joe Sapp at anyone is eligible. Both male enter just send your recipe
Gene Melvin Mrs. Vernorr Reddish, Approximately 125 guests attended the home of the latter. and female cooks of all are urged prior to 5-3-85 to Bradford County
Mrs. Freeman Reddish, III, Mrs. between the hours of 10 and 12 The honoree was presented with a to check out their favorite ages recipes Extension Office at P.O. Drawer
Mike Sexton and Mrs. Ben Moxley. o'clock. corsage and a negligee and mat- using milk or other dairy products.The 1028, Starke, Florida 32091. There is
Mrs. Moxley greeted the guests at ching gown by the hostesses. general contest categories in- no limit to the number of recipes
the door and presented them to the Memorial Service '.' After the honoree opened her clude 1) Casseroles and one dish each person may enter. Recipes will
receiving line composed of the many lovely gifts, the guests were meals, 2) Vegetable dishes and be judged on nutritional value,
honoree, her mother, Mrs. George Sunday, April 28 invited to the refreshment table.The salads and 3) Desserts. creativity, economical use of product
Kenna Shlree Wllkerson Pierce and mother of the prospective Given by UDC table was covered with a pink under Special youth beverage section attractiveness, flavor and tex
groom,Mrs./Ann Godwin.Thosein skirt,overlaid with an antique white will be open to young people age 13 ture.
the receiving line were presentedwith lace cloth. Centering the table was and under. Creations from milk, ice Phone 964-6280( ext. 284.
Kenna Wilkarson. The W.T Weeks chapter, U.D.Cwill
an arrangement of pastelcoloredsilk
corsages. cream, sherbets, yogurts, etc. as a
J a Memorial Service al
'Barry Watts At points jQf interest-ia the party Crosby Lake cemetery on Sunday,* flowers. Punch was served froma base for floats, punches, shakes and Did You Know., ". ...
room were pots of ferns and mixed silver bowl along with a chocolate other drinks. : :
Plan June 1 April 28,at 2 at the ConfederaU
Wedding p.m.
tJ spring flower arrangements. The marker. dessert and assorted finger foods. The recipe must include a real Dr.Sarnt Sarntinoranont attendedthe
'!. refreshment table was covered witha Among the guests were the dairyj The is invited and U
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Wilker- urged honoree's mother, Mrs. George
Army/Navy cloth and centered attend. gredients. A list of ingredients, and Florida Academy of Family Physi-
'son announce the engagement and with a basket of silk spring flowers. Pierce; the prospective ,groom'smother instructions for cians at the Hyatt Regency, Tampaon
Don't forget the time t preparation approximately
'approaching marriage of their change < Mrs. Ann Godwin and the
Tom Casey passed out platesto ; 4 servings must be writtenor April 12-14 with over 250 other
daughter, Kenna Shiree, to Barry the guests, Mrs Mike Sexton and daylight saving on this date groom's grandmother, Mrs. M.L Write family doctors throughout Florida.
Lee Watts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Williams. typed legibly your names

Barry. O. Watts, all of Lawtey. .
"" The wedding is planned for June 1,

r"at:.Church 7 p.m.in Lawtey.at Evergreen Baptist. We Will Continue

'. All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend.At4MOUt.

MG Dividend Certificates

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Elizabeth Dell PatersonMr. :; : ': MEAT 6t
and Mrs. Buddy Paterson ofT .: 'f.I \ w
I'Kingsley Lake announce the birth of ,/ 1\
I> .,
.a daughter, Elizabeth Dell, born '
'April 11, in Alachua General
Hospital. She joins a sister, Alicia,
one year old.Maternal .
grandmother is Mrs.
s>Olive Dell Ryder of Gainesville and '
j'great,great aunt is Mrs.J.E.Wilson. it Pays To Shop
*>'of Starke. Paternal grandparents U.S.D.A. GRADE A
are Mr and Mrs. Robert G. Pater-
'"'son, Jr., of Starke and great grand- Pride for LOTS OFCHICKEN TENDER & TASTY HICKORY
::mother is Mrs.Cannon S.Bowers of Pantry
I'lFortLauderdale. SMOKEDPICNICS

duality Selection

fan' Dustin Thomas llowell.i 3 BREAST QTRS WITH BACKS,3 LEG
,.i, Mr. and Mrs. Sid T. Howell of OTRS, WITH BACKS &3 GIBLET PACKAGES
Lake City announce the birth of a and savin: s'
son, Dustin Thomas,born April 9, in 9 LIMIT
Lake Shore Hospital. He joins two
it brothers, Sid, 5 and Carey, 7. PLEAS4 9
sr Paternal grandparents are Joeann 5
1 Howell and the late Sid G. Howell of PER
a: Jacksonville Beach. Paternal great AVG. LB POUND
grandparents are Vera B. Howell I 1 r ) I I
and the late Sid Howell of Burley,
i,Idaho and the late Mr.and Mrs.TomortJ. .
Eller of Bluefield W. Va.'
;, Maternal grandparents are the O BONELESS FULL CUTROUND $ 79 SPARERIBS $1139
late Lillian Thomas of Starke and HUNTS I
the late Robert A.Green of Lake Ci-
is.iy Maternal great grandparents STEAK
fare, the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank
va:Green of Lake City and the late Mr. KETCHUP32OZ' EXTRA LEAN FRESH
and Mrs. Earl Thomas of Starke I PLANTATION $139 $199

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Make Reunion PlansThe 'yp TURKEY LB.39
final plans for a class reunion at RUMP ROAST', u.2.69 SAUSAGE ROLL 1LB .89 SCRAPPLE visa .99
please attend. BEEFSTEAKS LB2.89. SAUSAGE 10.1.79 FISH FILLETS. a x1.99
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::[Plans For BHS Class

n'-Reunion Made Cash r ? Cash -- Cash r .--?: Cash '"" .-7Cosh ".
Dividend Dividend ( DividendSpecial l Dividend : I'Dividend N i
The class of 1970 will hohritsttnar 1
Speci Special'
r f' .meeting to plan the class reunion. Special
The meeting will be held on Satur-
day, April 27, at 7 p,m. at the home STARKISTTC1NA HI-DRI PANTRY PRIDE
1:.of Mary Strong,Hwy.225 in Lawtey.
I I .All class mates are asked to attend. COMETCLEANSER PAPER LARGEDOZEN LESUECIR

Reunion PlannedThe CHUNK UGHT EGGS
Bradford High School-claw. i 1 1 ROLL
1975 will have class reu-
nion June 15 at theyear Golf and

Country The final Club.planning meeting will be

held Thursday night, May 2 at 7:30:
p.m.at Matt and Debbie Hull's home i
in Starke. All committee members L L'uIJ

'are urged to attend.

Hosp. Board Members

Attend Hospital Meetings _

". Bradford Hospital Administratorand _
Mrs. C.E. O'Steen and Board ,_ ('_____ _-.dJ __
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Chairman and Mrs. Al K. Carlislespent p _
t April 13.18 of last week in
I Seattle, Wash. attending an Estes
Park Institute Seminar on new
issues affecting hospitals. HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS GROCERY
Santa Fe Health Care System Tostltos
hosted a retreat at Mission-Hills, AIM Y o .
Howey-in-the-Hills on Friday to Sun-
day for all board members at the af-
filhate hospitals. New issues were r /' ,
presented and discussed. Bradford (
f Hospital Trustees were 100% in at- TOOTHPASTE >r ,
tendance. Those attending from Crunchy Dills er \;

'here were: Mrt. and Mrs. AI K. $ : .. T .. I
S; Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph w we .rr. \
Stephenson, Mrs. Anna Felos, Mr. 4.5-OZ 1BABY.
and Mrs.Jesse Moore,Dr. and Mrs. REG.OR MINT .HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH V
'> H.H. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ben-
i3onett: Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford, VLASIC SALADDRESSING 'FRITO lAY V.
0"1n" aoz1.69 <>Z JAR BTL BAG
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8"it Old You Know........... VASELINE WOZ8ASY INTENSIVE OIL,tXJmOH CARE,SHAMPOO OB J59 $149 $109 $129; '

BABY POWDER :*< 1.79
j : Mr. and Mrs. Roland Carlisle of
' T..Wi1mt. ngton, D la. were last Friday
.,-.Green. Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Green ALUMINUM WRAP sa F. 1 .59 k, COOKIES VS1.49
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in the outfit in the
)were 2I5CZ JAR I ;44 BONUS BAOJ3M
i Marines during WWII and this was 8 PACK 12OZNRBTL KRAFT MUSTARD .88
r IOthe: first time they had seen each : DANDY coo RATION ', sDeA1 6.99.
qqother since that time. SWOT .__ DOG FQOO
i .,.. MILLER $939 JUNE BOY RELISH. .' .. JAR .59 KAL KAN '. ,, ;. 140Z CAN .39
9:1':T Mr. and Mrs Walter J. Frick ., BEER ALL FLAVORSROYAL LAWN*LEAF '
spent Thursday to Sunday night atsd.Hol'lle k ," GELATIN .,, iKIZ ,.49 BAGS oouN
Shoe Beach,visiting Mr.. and HEFTY .. ?1.79

Mrs. Kenny Scarbro.

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City Park BenefitOn Mrs. Lilly Walker of High Springs
HospitalizedMrs. Sympathy is extended to the tang!
By Dolores Meng Shailia Stephens and Curtis Wade. Sat.,April 27,beginning at 5:30: spent brother several days recently with her Ruth Dennison.entered Brad- ly and friends of Jessie Mae Whtt-
Phone 468-1915 Thanks also go to the Hampton Han- p.m. a chicken and rice supper will and sister-in-law Mr. and ford Hospital Inc. last week. We field who died on April 18, George
dy Way Lott's Country Corner, Iris be served at the New City Park. Cecil Mattheus. wish her a "speedy' recovery.Mrs. Claus who died on April 20. and
Gratitude Hart Elwood Padgett Ted Curtis Also included in the menu are green Glen Mattheus of Folkston, Ga. .Dennison recently celebratedher Elizabeth Rose Watkins who died on
Members of the Hampton and the City Recreation Dept. for beans corn cole slaw and rolls with visited' his parents Mr and Mrs. 82nd birthday with a party at her April 20.
Woman's Club and anonymous donating and assisting. drinks available. Donations which Cecil Mattheus on Monday.Mrs. home attended by a large group of
donors are to be thanked for making will go to the City Park Improvement Lola Williamson recently relatives and friends. SeePageS
the April 6th Easter Egg Hunt suc- CongratulationsClaire will be $2 for adults and $1.25 visited her brother Don Tyler in Anniston ;
cessful. The children enjoyed the Brunetti was recently initiated for children. Music will be providedby ,Ala. After spending the week April Birthdays w
Easter eggs;delicious cup cakes and into the Phi Kappa Phi Na- the Strawberry Jammers. he returned home with Renee and April 10 Melissa Kyle, Crystal
punch served. Among those finding tional Honor Society. She Is scheduled weekend.Ray Hargrove who came for the Wilson and Henry Stewart; Apn112.Tonya Did You Know
prize eggs were Seth Hall and Kelly to receive her Masters Degree in Souls Outreach Mission Taylor April 13 Pamelia
English and Humanities from the The Sullivans Musical Group from Mrs. Patti Meng, Christina and Rhoden and Mildred Williams; April
Lee.Elwood Alabama is scheduled to perform at Daniel spent Sunday at Oklawaha 15 Melissa Lisa Mr.and Mrs.A. G.Loudon returned -
Padgett Hampton Mayor University of Florida on May 4 in the Kapp; April 16 -
welcomed a large group to the City top 10% of he'r class. the Souls Outreach Mission Churchat visiting her sister and family Mr. Bruno Lisa McClellan and John Wednesday of last week after 10
Egg Hunt held on April 6. Among Best wishes go to Jeannie Lloyd 11 o'clock on Sunday April 28.The and Mrs. Mike Slaughter also Mr. Underwood; April 17-Carrie Meng; days visit with their son-in-law and
public is cordially invited to attend. and Mrs. Mel Boyer. 18 Teresa andHarold daughter Mr.and Mrs.Marvin Bgr-
Girl Scouts assisting were Allison and Charles Baker who were mar- April Manning .=
Miss Julie Fowler returned nhart in Hartwell Ga.
Archey, and Regina Padgett Jana ried on April 13, at the home of Mr. homeon Waters; April 19 Jeremy ,
Lester Visitors Tuesday after flying to her Smith and Jerome Mitchell April 22 ;
Tracy 'White and Kelly and Mrs. Edward Clayton on Hampton ;
Cribbs. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng returned former home in Twin Falls, Idaho -Cindy Parado; April 24 -Terri Ann Mr. and Mrs. Marion Payne and
They were assisted by their Congratulations also to Kelly their grandsons Kasey and Ryan where she visited relatives andfriends. Brown; April 26 Jody Wadsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey visited
Callaway Gardens and Thomasville,
McClure to their home in Tampa !
leaders Debbie Broome Beverly Slade and Alan Norton who were
Padgett and Judy Archey. Among married on April 20, at the home of after one week's visit. They also Ga. Sunday to Wednesday of last
I prize winners were'Robert Broome her parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald visited their son and family,Mr.and week. 0
.' Deena McClellan Slade Sr. .Mr Bill Meng in St. Pete.
--. -Crawford. -Dewey.- -, Mrs. R. A. Green Jr. of Starkeand
daughters, Miss Catherine
Green of Jacksonville and Mr. and
Mrs. John Hancock of Orange Park
To Redeem CashThruMayll,19850
attended the 50th wedding anniversary -
reception for Mr. and Mrs.
Alton Higginbotham in Callahan
Saturday afternoon. They also attended .
the Wrye family reunion
Saturday night in Callahan.

April 16 Duplicate Bridge Club
results were: first-Dorothy Cawleyand
CASH DIVIDEND COUPONS. Doris Tibbitts; second Rhea
Johnson and Lora Francis; third
;J"" :; Allene Brew and Yvonne
.... 27 PRODUCE Riechmann.
r. ,"< r' 't"1Jt".. )

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bowman
Myrtle Beach, S.C. are spending
several days this week with their
son-in-law and daughter Judge and
Mrs. R. A. Green Jr.

Miss Clare Ruckdeschel is visitingher
brother-in-law and sister, Capt.
and Mrs. C. M Deyerle in Niceviue,
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen and
U.S. NO. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ruckdeschel
BATHROOM tended the Art Festival. in Cedar


Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Trawick and
BROCCOLI family of Lake City spent the
PKG. OF 6 weekend with his mother, Mrs. Jack

r c1': ? Trawick.Cockeysville Mrs. John Md.K.and Ruckdeschel Mrs. FredericB. of

$189 gg d ; Ruckdeschel of Bethesda Md.

LB BAG g : are Ruckdeschel visiting for Mr.several and Mrs.days.C. B.

Mr.and Mrs. Lamar Williams and
LIMIT-1 PLEASEFROZEN family were in Clearmont over the
weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Schalk and family.

TENDERASPARAGUS FRESH $139 POLE 49 Lindsay Thornton visited her
BEANS ville
LB LB over the weekend and they
DINNERS FROZEN toured Disney World.
CHEESE OR SAUSAGE SLICES Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas and Mr.
;a' i FROZEN and Mrs. Dale Haas were in Dublin,
YELLOW 5 $1 FLORIDA 6/1 DONALD DUCKORANGE Ga. over the weekend attending the

CORN EARS CUKES JUICE . FROZEN 10OZ 1.39 nion.Thomas Jefferson Perry family reu-.

BIRDSEYE PEAS FAQ .88 Cindy Norman

event of April 27, was complimentedat
a luncheon Saturday at China
DELI/BAKERY Restaurant given by Mrs. Jimmy
IN Lee, Mrs. J.K. Reddish, Mrs. John
Cosh Cash *?- -- r Cash -- rye, Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and Ms.
Dividend --rDi / ( i Dividend ) STORES ONLY Linda Johns.
The U-shaped tables were covered
Special Special Special with lace cloths and centered with a
spring flower arrangement. Down
GATORADETHIRST' 4t JUMBOKAISER FRIEDCHICKEN the length of the tables were pink
PANTRY PRIDE rose buds and varigated azaleas in
FRANKS crystal holders. Bridal place cards
GALLONBLEACH ROLLS 8 PIECE SATCHEL marked the seating arrangement for

QUENCHER the 25 guests.
SODAS' The hostesses presented the
LEMON UME,ORANGE COLA 6/ 7 9 ; $299 honoree with a invitation holder as a
OR FRUIT PUNCH memento of the occasion.

Group Attends DKG

50th AnniversaryMr.

STORE SLICED 4 and Mrs. A. Russell Norman
I CHOPPEDHAM 9 9 Mrs. Janet Walters President of
HALF Alpha Nu Chapter (Bradford and
POUND Union Counties), Miss Della
3 Rosenberg, Mrs. Gladys Thomas
and Mrs. Betty Herring attended the
PICKLE OR OLIVE Biennial Convention of Mu State,

BAKEDLOAVESLAND . . POUND HALF .99 The Delta Kappa Gamma Society
International on Friday throughSunday
0'LAKESAMERICAN at the Airport Marriott Hotel
CHEESE . PODUND 5 1.49MADE i iiTOrlaYido.
WTTX CRABMEATNEPTUNE This year was the golden anniversary

SALAD . . .2.49 since Mu State Florida was
organized in Orlando on March 18,
1935. G. B. Stanton's words "One
t(: --1 DAIRY/DELI KAHN'S GATOR SUB . . . = 5.99 Golden Moment....It is yours....,"
FRESH BAKED SEEDED OR PLAIN was the theme for the meeting.


: FRANKSMEAT RING GLAZED DONUTS . 1211.79 Women of St. Marks

:1-\' < ( \ JUICIE. .,g r $ 89 LAYER CAKE . ..Ncn'3.39 Offering ProgramThe

f Women of St. Mark's had a
HALF 16OZPKG. IE53S program of United Thank Offeringat
its meeting Wednesday, April 18,
,\ I PEPSI DIET PEPSI, 2 UTER IIi'iII I IP in the Parish House.
PEPSI FREE OR "570$ I Mrs. Flossie Prescott gave the
I (!ilIZD!
AXELROD'SracoTTA. oz1.49 ; CLAUSSEN PICKLES .JA'R 1.49 UMIT-1 COUPON, PER ITEM.GOOD THRU WED,MAY 1,1986. I "Ascension". The president. Mrs.
1 ---------------.--.---- Herbert Thomas conducted the

CRACKER KRAFT BARREL CHEESE.SHARP 1ooz1.99 QWALTNEV TURKEY HAM . 21.29 SAVE 50* CASH ..IUaHr /IBM t I business informing meeting the and group gave what the pro-program

k LIVELY KIN8ERSCOL8 MAW MACARONI OR POTATO IIPACKt&OZBTl. iiiill I jects in Florida had been given
DANNON YOGURTS 2 aoz ,.89 BEEF BOLOGNA 'PKa 1.59 I L_ UMIT-1 COUPON_ PER ITEM GOOD THRU WED,MAY..L:.Tags. _J grants Ministry will Ministry be "Education and Pastoral for

Care"; "Child Abuse programs"and
PANTRY PRIDE BAKERY COUNTRY SQUIRE ,'::2 to' F :,. .. !ISfflJ "Problems of the Elderly".
Vi" ,r ,I'''. Mrs. Thomas concluded the program
PULLMAN OR BUTTERMILK I with an interesting story about
$ CELEBRATE II a Landrover given to a mission in
BREAD 2 1&OZ JJL oO9Iulim.n ; g..lk.r2v' : .:A: SEALTEST ICE CREAM'S I Tanzania which provided transportation -
.,...w I for medical care and shopp-
SUN MAID I 5 0 ing. One of the sisters took a course
wlf} pYilLaaa dllhiu RAISIN MUFFINSI I..p;. ;. th WITH fist! I I240Z in servicing Landrovers to keep the
{na1 I Ah.FLAVORSHALF GALLON" car in running order.
PACK 99C I : THRU WED MAY i,tlJBl5. Mrs. Thomas reminded the
OF. 6 L--------------------_ women of the date for Spring In-
gathering of UTC is May 5.AprU25,1955 .
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I BHS Tennis Squads do much better than expected at District .

i\ :Ia..k1..11111 Smith of P.K Yonge all she could number three seed Vivian Aqui ofWillislori BHS's Thomas and Sapp made it all In the boy's matches, Starke's BMS's number three player
\lt("I tip/nl.ltritcr| handle before falling 4-6, 5.7 in the 4-6,2-6 in the semi-finals. the way to the semi-finals before losing number one player Jason Brown Robert Taylor suprised PK's HenrAshley >.
Bradford High School tennis team next round. In division four, BHS's Sherry to the eventual champions, blasted Greg Heal of Chiefland, in an exciting contest, w inn
members did much better than ex- The division two player for BHS Ross blasted Oak Hall's Alease Smith and Hair of P.K. Yonge 5-7, 6-0 and then pulled a muscle at 5-5 in ing in three sets 7-6, (5.4), 1-6. 62. Me
peeled in last week's district tennis was Donna Parado and she too advanced Zuckerberg 6.4, 6-0 before falling to 0-6. They defeated Schott and Ken- the next match with number two then fell to Kelly Laird of Dunellon
tournament as several players from through her first round. finalist Kerry Cooper of Keystone drick of Oak Hall in a thriller after seeded Alan Thompson of Keystone 0-6, ...6 in the semi's.Division .
both the boy's and girl's squad advanced Heights, the number three seed in dropping the first set. The scores Heights. Thompson went on to take five player Paul Bavi ek
further than that seeding in match with a 6-0, 6-0 thrashing of the semi-finals 4-6.0-6U were 4-6t 6-1 and 63. the match 7-5, 61. also threw a big scare into eventual
the different divisions Carolyn Phillips of LeCanto. Parado In division five; promising young In number two doubles, Parado In division two Jody Brown lost to champion and number one seed Joel
"I'm very encouraged by the was. then beaten. by number two seed BHS player Terese Richardson and Sapp gave Keystone Heights' Oak Hall's Brian Duva, the numberone Roberts of Keystone Heights 6.7
development of the players this i nil Rhi-. upset Chiefland's Laura Kelly 6-3, number one seeds Kirsch and seed, 3-6. 0-6 in the opening ((5-1) 2-6 in the opening round.
season and I'm impressed with how 6-4 In the opening round then lost to Cooper all they could handle in what round. Jody Brown and Lex Saunders
hard they are working to improve," In division three, Tornado Kim Kelly Kisarewich of Williston 3-6, was one of the best matches of the Jimmy Wilson in division three gave number two seeded Alford and
commented BITS Head Tennis Coach Sapp defeated LeCanto's Martha 4.6.In day before falling 6-3, 6.7 ((5-4 in the lost. to PK's. David Vaughn 4-6,1-6 in Thompson a close match as well,
Jerry McGriff after the tournament Harrison 6-2, 6-0 before falling to number one division doubles tiebreaker) and 57.WVHAW.M'HA. 11 ft n..nr r- falling 4-6,5-7 in the semi's
was over. "I think we can have an
even better team next season with

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The girls were led by number one
seed Maria Thomas, who advanced
through the opening round of play
with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Santa Fe's
Jody Pcquiqnot Thomas then gave :
the division's number one seed Lynn I. SWING INTO I

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The Fellowship of Churches will I I

be held Sunday, April 28, 1985, at _
3:00: p.m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist ;fr I I
Church, Rev. Alphonso Jenkins, A i 'ilsV

Pastor. Bradford County I III II _

Branch N.A.A.C.Pthe ,
monthly meeting of the Brad _r/

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students. They formerly lived in prescriptions carry the PAQ seal.That's why PAQ seal 1 '
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I Gainesville Business Directory I

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Gainesville Live tocMarket.Jnc. The Bible Book Center Marcel's French

1202 N. Main St. Gainesville, FL Cuisine
Hi-Way 41, Gainesville, FL Phone 378-6855
Phone 3123..2Auction 1218 N. Main St.. Gainesville. FL

Serving Gainesville since 1969. Shopping for Mother's Day birthday) Phone 377-6037 .

every Monday at 12:00: noon. Pigs and Hogs every 1st and 3rd gifts for any occasion it is not difficult if you go to the right place. The Bible (- this fine
Friday of each month. Tommy Thompson, owner. Book Center is the ideal gift center. For a delicious meal, you will never forget dining at
This firm is well equipped,receiving livestock from all surrounding territory No wonder Bibles and Christian books make the appropriate gift for restaurant, they feature the finest of French cuisine.
and rendering a service that is essential and adds to the progress of any occasion.It This fine restaurant is a classic restaurant, no matter what the size or
this section. They are interested in home progress and is under management is ever so appealing for everyone is bound to find happy evenings in scope of the restaurant it is still a matter of the small details, the personal for this
that is both spirited and popular and invites shippers to compare their favorite chair with the Bible or a good book. service and the authenticity of cuisine. Unique is one word
their prices with other markets. When this is done, you will find the You probably know several friends and relatives who need a new Bibleor restaurant, with so many items on the menu, you can find just what you
reason why.Courtesy a good book, and would be delighted with such a gift. Perhaps more want in the finest of French cuisine.
and accommodation are also features of the valued and essential than anything you would select for them. Here are Bibles, Christian Their name is a familiar name to the people of the country over and is
i service which they render this area. The farms and stock raisers books for adults and children, music, gifts, cards, church supplies, choir recognized as one of the great places to dine in this area. fine
should realize the value of the Gainesville Livestock Market. It not only robes and Pulpit robes (custom fitted). Beautiful Stained glass from the People who live in this area, take their family and friends to this
furnishes the farmers and livestock raisers a valuable market for their smallest to the largest Cathedral.. dining room and a knowledge of good food spreads.So .
I livestock, but will also help to increase the value of farm land in this section It is known as the real devotees of Christian books and is known as a plan to dine here soon for a delicious meal you will never forget and
by having an excellent market right at their door. delightful shop. where every guest is a V.I.P.Cox .
One can readily understand this for thee is something s. delightfully Furniture
Gresham's Healthcare personal about the place, that it is what we call atmosphere so much appreciated Company
by those who know what atmosphere Is. 19 S.E. 1st Avenue Gainesville FL
915 N.W. 66th St.. Gainesville. FL Just try browsing over those shelves full of nice selection of books and Phone 378-2395
Phone 375-1112 or 375-1122 Bibles.

Liddell Glass Company Cox Furniture Company has served this section of Florida for eightyone
7 locations to serve you better. They give you a "Personalized service years with quality furniture for all budgets in every price range.
because they care" 3246 S.W. 35th Blvd. -1522 N.W. 12th St. -1138 N.E. 1128 S. Main St. Gainesville. FL They are currently having a half million dollar reduction sale.
16th Ave. Hawthorne Rd. Hawthorne Hwy 441, Alachua 24 Hour ser Phone 372-8191 or 372-1102 Featuring the greatest selection of brand name furniture, bedding, accessories -
vice. wallcoverings, and custom draperies.
:This firm carries a very complete line of hospital equipment and sup- Liddell Glass Company has been serving Gainesville under one owner There is no place like home. This old adage holds true especially during
plies In fact, they sell everything for the sick room and they accept ship since 1947. the spring. So as you get dressed up for spring, why not dress up your
Medicare assignments, and bill Medicare direct. Give them a call for There are countless articles that we could get along without in this home with a nice piece of furniture which the whole family can enjoy?
better home care,such as all kinds of wheel chairs, hospital beds,manualor world of ours and still have comfort. But how many of us could get along A new sofa for the living room, a beautiful desk, a comfortable chair, a
electric, patient lifters, commode charts,overbed tables, trapeze bars, without glass and its allied products. We might say this is a glass world bedroom ensemble, some new draperies will contribute to the comfort of
traction equipment, prthopedic braces, and urinary supplies. Ostomy for we use glass for hundreds of sanitary purposes and comforts daily. all of the members of your family.
and mastectomy Diabetic and incontinent supplies. Liquid gas concentrators When we see a large plate glass window in some large downtown store Their stock is complete, you will find a wide variety of furniture piecesin
nebulizers etc. window little do we realize that glass costs considerable money, but few all price ranges in their store. '
It is not strange then that this firm is very popular with so many people. of us know why. They will be happy to show you around so come in soon and shop or
Its management is progressive and affordable and we are pleased to The Artisans of this firm know the glass business from A to Z being browse, you will be glad you did.
refer all out readers to this establishment for everything pertaining to thoroughly experienced in how glass is made they know how to handle it.
hospital equipment and supplies, sales, service and rentals. Here you will find superior glass for commercial use such as, store BlackweldersRadiator
fronts, sliding glass doors, window glass, tub enclosures, and shower Service
doors, desk and table tops. .
Sun X of GainesvillePhone To I look at glass the layman can not tell if it is OK but here will be founda 3020 N. Main St., Gainesville. FL

371-0841 superior glass. Phone 372-4949
They replace all types of broke glass.

The place to see or call for professional glass tinting for business, This firm has served this area for over a quarter of a century Larry
home, or auto Gerald Boward, owner, offers free estimates with no Harwood BrickDistributing Hicks, owner, offers complete radiator service. New and rebuilt
obligation.Sun Inc. radiators all modern equipment.
X glass tinting is installed directly over factory clear or tinted There is nothing more important to the development of the mordern
glass, gives you daytime privacy, is scratch resistant can reduce heat 2626 N.E. 39th Ave.. Gainesville FL American community than a progressive establishment such as this one,
by 8054 glare by 82: % and eliminate interior fade by 99% and heat loss 40% so Phone 377-1699 which is complete with a line of radiators of all kinds and supplies, and
keep cooler in summer. are prepared for all kinds of radiator work.
They have built a reputation for their work that brings them an ever Increasing Featuring brick masonry material, paving and patio brick. From the inception of this business, it has been one of the most popular
patronage They are considered authorities in glass tinting. Harwood Brick is furnishing the brick that is being used in the Old establishments in this section.
They have always employed In their firm only such workmen as they can depend Bradford County Court House. Recording of radiators is a very important business and they are equip-
on for professional work.It Commendable publicity and valuable advertising is given our com- ped scientifically to do this work and their prices are most attractive.
Is quite proper that we direct your attention to this professional firm andthe" munity by this progressive firm. When it comes to radiators and repairs, they are very complete, and
quality work. The tendency to build better homes and buildings than in the olden daysis you will readily learn why it has come to be known as the house of service.

We wish to compliment Sun X of Gainesville upon the high standing In the very marked, as we are now building for the future. The beauty of
business world of gloss tinting and upon the efficiency of the concern they so ably brick construction as well as the latest qualities is constantly increasingthe Dave Barber's
dIrect. demand and this industry has prospered beyond expectations.The .
advantage of building with brick is self evident as it reduces the Paint & Body Shop
cost of insurance lasts forever, and the first cost is the last cost, as it requires 310 N.W. 6th Street. Gainesville, FL
Dave's AutoportDavid no painting or up-keep and is fireproof.It Phone 376-5331
may be well to add that this is one of the best equipped and one of our

Loucks, Owner best conducted concerns, which have always found a large and ready Dave Barber's repair specialists will turn your total wreck into a model
706 N.W.13th St. Gainesville FL sale. automobile. Specialists have the expertise to rebuild nearly any auto,
Phone 376-8992*;;;" The management of this well known company has had wide experlepce good as new, and sometimes better. Old or new, foreign or domestic,
.. in the brick industry and has witnessed the advancwSntris'field.; car's is and at Dave Barber's Paint
'your body repaired efficiently
OM"' .qjm fe I it I TMidWH 4v n # i '''''
Through their wide experience l Comprehensive knowledge of every.
Do want work day or your holiday merryVnaking spoiledbanS.O.S. 4& Bod/Shop.
you your
be running a great riskif branch of the business they have kept thoroughly abreast of the times and the for this has the of
distress call. Of course not! But you might Serving area years, body shop gained respect
you have not had your car checked lately, and with the price of turn out a product with reputation for superior quality.Jernigan's thousands of motorists by providing quality work at a fair price. Only the
automobiles so high, it will pay you to let Dave's Autoport check your car finest mechanics are employed here assuring customers the highest
over where factory trained specialists can serve you better. Their quality work in the area. Dave Barber's Paint & Body Shop also matches
mechanics are experts at spotting small problems which might escape Motion Picture paint tone to perfection. The paint specialists are experts for matching
you and grow up to be big troubles and repair bills. and Video Service colors and can restore the brutal effects of time and elements.If .
They give complete general service, transmission service, tune-ups, you have been smashed lately, need a new paint job, visit Dave
3019 N.E. 20th
shocks, electrical work, complete air conditioning service, brake service, Way Gainesville, FL Barber's Paint & Body Shop for complete auto painting and body repairs.
and special notice to front wheel drive owners, they offer free inspectionof Phone 372-9691 Specializing in Insurance claims this is a good place to bring your car.
axles and joints. They have ha A 20 years experience.The .
road to Dave's Autoport is the true road to dependable: auto repair This firm has served this area since 1949. They feature a complete In GooifTaste

that will assure you of care free motoring.Gainesville laboratory service. Bakery & Catering
They feature film productions, editing-recording-sports filmed. Road Gainesville FL
Roadrunner They do processing of 16mm and Super 8mm. Color and black and 3720 Newberry ,
Service white. Phone 372-7345
Repairs and service of Audio Visual equipment.
Phone 372-7982 or 371-8836 They also transfer old home movies to video cassettes, and transfer old Sugar& Spice and everthing nice that's what gourmet specialties and
time 16mm movies to modern day Super 8 or video cassette. French baking is made of. Just to thrill the family (and friends). Just
For 24 hour road service for heavy equipment repairs, Eric Keith,
This modern and progressive firm offers an excellent service to the trays and trays of cookies, cakes, breads, etc. you couldn't possibly
owner. people of this section. Their prices are always right,and the firm is under duplicate them. The proof of French baking is in the eating.
repair M.C.I. buses tour buses shop equipment trucks trac- service of
They very able management.There Mary Landsman and Bliz Sildherr, owners, offer a catering
tors cranes farm and industrial equipment custom coaches lift hoist is no one firm that has done more for this section. They carry a real excellence and it is unsurpassed in serving weddings. They also give
and lube equipment Graco lube equipment farm shop and industrial large stock of practically everything in this line. The experience of the special attention to dinners, meetings, dances and teas, banquets, par-
equipment electric and hydraulic saylorball air compressors Globe management has enabled them to offer the very best grade of stock and ties, brunches, office parties. In fact, they do planning and catering for
Bewil Dealer. this enables them to give the trade a service that has no superior. all types of events and always do it just a little nicer. You can rest
This concern features a complete heavy equipment in this service section making of the They are familiar with their line of business and by experience have assured that your party will be a complete success if you arrange with
of servicce
their establishment the repair shop good
learned them to do the catering.
the features that are conducive to success. During the time they
state. have been in business they are therefore able to offer the people the very Society hostesses rely on this service for a true friend in time of need.:
The repairmen are expert workmen and they are able to repair any best quality and the most accommodating service. The occasional party is a burden on any woman regardless how effi-
heavy equipment, no matter what the trouble may be, in a most satisfac- cient she might be. Realizing the need the catering establishment has
tory manner.It sprung into vogue. They maintain a corps of well trained servants schooled
can readily be seen that this service is important to the heavy equip- in the etiquette of service.
ment world of this area and adds materially to the advantages of every Scan Design Shop With their splendid service, delicious foods and reasonable charges
owner of trucks and other heavy equipment.The Corner N.W. 43rd St. & 16th Blvd. makes this service truly perfect. So, give a caLL and be a guest at your
many excellent jobs they have done for heavy equi Roadrunner own party, and don't forget "They will do it just a little nicer."
owners in this part of the state has brought Gainesville Ser- Gainesville. FL

vice into the well deserved prominence, that it now deserves. Phone 378-5565 Watson & Watson

The Carpet Barn Gift shopping is not difficult if you go to the right place Scan Design Tile Company
in Gainesville is the ideal place to because they specialize in FL
Shop shop 104 S.E. 14th Street. Gainesville.
N.E. 23rd Ave. FL
1732 Gainesville.
gifts that are both practical and unusual, gifts in all price brackets. too. Phone 373-8207 or 373-9245
Phone 378-5337
Beautifully wrapped free of charge.
You will revel in their selections of dinnerware, stainless steel
in which
Barn is the to for floor materials. wine racks They have an excellent selection of the highest artistry tiling
The Carpet place shop Quality teakwood hostess accessories, art vases, stemware, soaps the
authority on
floor covering all- first qulaity brand carpet they they would be pleased to have you inspect. They are an
carpets, vinyl major and comestibles and much much more. successful from a
can save you money as they buy direct from the mill Buddy Dies,owner. Here you will find some really exquisite gifts for Aunt Katherine, Sister correct laying of tiling. They have been unusually the artistic beauty of
This firm has carpet specialists who are devoted exclusively to fine Ruth or Marti, the bride to be which your purse will not find difficult to business standpoint and have added much to state. In the of many this
and buildings in this part of the employ
broadloom stair and hall Cheer homes public
floor coverings, carpets, carpets. up your absorb.In and work Is executed both withan
home with a new wall-to-wall carpeting in the colors you have been look- fact,almost anything one could want in the way of lovely gifts can be company are the very best of craftsmen is authority on this class of
ing for. Expert installation and a decorator will help you select rugs to found here. eye to beauty and utility. The manager an
with their plans or to draw
harmonize with your walls, drapery, etc. Scan Design Shop has planned well for you now and all year, and you work and will be pleased to assist anyone up
is false economy but here in our own vicinity we are for- find the for the plans and give estimates on the work.Robert.
Buying cheap can rest assured you will always perfect gift even person installation of Ceramic, Quarry, and
tunate to having a concern that from the standpoint of cost and high quality who has everything. Specializing remodeling
etc. They personally see
Marble tile kitchens baths patios saunas,
offers you rugs and carpets you will be proud to own. They are doing
letter of the contract. If
work to tile <<
that all is done on time and according
an extensive business in this line and their rugs and carpets are giving
satisfaction. you need work done, give them a call. You will be glad you did.

Give your rooms a newlook of luxury,a feel of underfoot comfort and a Tropic Bridal
wonderful quiet takes the place of noise when you cover your floors with
carpet from this firm. When in the city, come in and let them show you & Formals KellyConstruction
what you are missing each day you put off buying the new carpeting. 6393 Newberry Road, Gainesville FL Co.

KAMCO Industrial Phone 378-2545 5200 Newberry Road Gainesville FL

Equipment & Supply Now that you have said "yes" it is time for you to shop Tropic Bridal & Phone 374-8177
Formals where beautiful weddings begin from planning to completion.Your .
1022 N.W. 2nd St. Gainesville FL dream and you! See the beautiful dream come true; your own exquisite Robert Kelly Construction Company is prominent and well known in
Phone 375-3503 bridal gown from Tropic Bridal & Formals one of north central this section, with a reputation for the kind of building work that is bull I to
Florida's most complete gown selections featuring Jena, Brides Choice, last his services are in great demand for he knows the building business
This is the place to see or calrfor a complete line of industrial and con- Coquette Bianchi Picclone -Alfred Angelo, Aria Joelle and many, from A to Z and employs only expert workman.
tractors equipment sales and service.It many more and lovely formals. Robert Kelly builds custom homes commercial buildings and A & S
is a well-known fact that there is no institution in the community that This is where most of the loveliest brides in this area have made their Building systems from design to completion. A & S are cost-efficient
has met with greater favor with the public than this well-known establish-' selections, see the beautiful gowns from famous Bridal Couriers metal buildings. A & S all-steel building systems. offer a complete rangeof
ment. Bridesmaids and Attendant dresses also dresses for the bride and pre-engineered buildings for agricultural commercial Industrial
By reason of the fact that the management has had wide experience In groom's mothers and flower girl dresses. warehouses and many other uses.
every feature of this business and because of their comprehensive Never before has greater care been exerted by the bride in choosing her In this age of rapid progress, this Is no one principle of manufacture
knowledge of every branch of the trade, this establishment has continuedto wedding gown. that has pushed America faster than standardization and extensive pro-
witness the Increase in the number of their patrons. Tropic Bridal & Formals carries a nice selection of lovely bridal gowns. duction. This principle applied to the building Industry has brought the
This is the day and age when the public demands the best quality and Brides to be in this vicinity now patronize this firm because of the helpful metal building to the front faster than any other. You can pick out a size
the best price. hint and suggestions cordially extended their customers. and design, get the building and have'lt up in a short time.
conversant with the conditions and a wide experience In They have built up a large business and the unusually large trade they There are a great many advantages In buying a A A S building.you gel
Thoroughly field of endeavor, the management of this enterprising enjoy Is the result of the nice selections of bridal gowns in every price good materials, good prices, economy of time and there Is no up-keep of
concern has been able to render a service to the people In their line that is range, and no wedding is too large or too small. these fine buildings. If you plan to build any I building, give them a call.
distinctly satisfactory. you will be glad you did.ra .


P."e lOA TELEGRAPH April 25, 1985

BBS beats P.K. Yonee:. Blue Waves .1

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A 7 run explosion in the fourth inning At 4:30'p.m. Wcuaesday fifth- Catcher Robert Starling 2for4.
lifted Bradford High 10-2 over seeded Hawthorne, 2-8 in the led with a single in the third and
district rival P.K. Yonge High and district, met fourth-seeded Union scored on David Hamilton'ssacrifice
Doug Samons hurled a 5-hitter last High 4in the district. Winner the fly.Francis .
Thursday night, April 18, before HH-UHS game will take on defending was 2-for4 with a double.
N hometown fans.Middleburg district champion Clay High,
bombed BHS 14-2 as seeded first with a 9-1 district mark. Middleburg 14 BUS 3
the,Broncos came to town Friday Clay only district loss.was 5-3 to KHS Class 3A Middleburg High showed
night, April 19, with bats that never April! nothing but power in the final
stopped connecting. Middleburg regular season game Friday night
pounded four BHS pitchers at win BIIS 10 PKY 2 April 19, in a 14-3 win over BUS
f and was helped along by four BUS John David Francis, Tony Diggs Big Pat Tomberlin was the winn-
errors. BHS seemed to lack intensity Robert Starling Mike Chappell, andHal ing pitcher, with relief help, for the
.... 1 in the final game. Only person in Wood had five consecutive base Broncos and hit two towering singles
Hal l Wood slams a singles for BUS uniform showing much Irritation at hits to power the 7-run fourth inning that would have been home runs in
the way things were going was uprising,also helped along by a walk most parks. Tomberlin, who has
Coach Mike Hartley. and an error in the 10-2 win over signed a football scholarship with
The 1-1 week ended regular season P.K. Yonge. Florida State, handcuffed the Tor-
play at 14-9 for BHS. Doug Samons walked to lead off nado nine for two innings.
fourth. John David Francissingle BUS finally scored in the third
District Tourney Tony Diggs, Robert Starling when Chad Reddish led with a single
[I9! On in Keystone Ills. and Chappell singled. Hal Wood and scored on a Tony Diggs' RBI
was admitted on a error by the second single. BUS added two more in the
BHS 7-3 in the district 8-2A, is baseman. Todd McLeod then fourth when Mike Chappel walked
third seeded in the District 8-2A grounded to third for the first out. and Hal Wood was admitted on a
Tournment which began Wednesday David Hamilton got on by an error passed ball on third strike. Both
1'. r &I i "" j., ',>\' 1'-' ''' night, April 24, in Keystone Heights by the third baseman, and Chad moved to second and third on
\ I"t' "'I1"-.4" SLti ""' 1 ,:..; with BUS playing sixth seed In- Reddish flew out to right field. The McLeod's ground out second to first
.OW1't;,. : dt 1": r ,oi1.,kh' terlachen, 0-9 in the district. last out was a Samons grounder to and both scored on Gerald Brown's
RBI single.
M.AtIIIU'' : 'p' ,; ""......Iit3Crldj 1;........',4 If, ''It..h'U It M ;'l Ni"\r; '\!.14'r( Winner of the BHS-IHS game will second.BHS scored two runs in the first In- Middleburg put the five-inning
I wImMM play second-seeded and tournament ning when Tony Diggs, 2-for-3 at the game away with an 8 run on
.__..oJ 'f...n....1q.rhwf 1f .d.!hr AtarN IIfI1 Host Keystone High, 7-2 in the plate, singled, went to second on a six hits, a walk, and a BHS error.
E $11i4, \t'11." "-"."""-" ."..g!. wyMmrl",,. ,i, 'I.iII/\" "" .iI, f, '-!' district, at 7:30 p.m. BUS lost 10-2 to error on the third baseman, and Next season, when they move up
KHS early in the and beat the to Class 3A the Tornadoes will face
I am-wm .. )t.' 'I : ., t:;" season scored on a wild pitch. Mike Chap- ,
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.1.4 ,, : 17. single,: bv Hal Wood. 2-for-4. game.
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:' :' : 'f ,d '" : High 177-264 in the final match of the Randy Wood, in ," says Coach Sexton.
9 ,J "/4 HtAYV't'.1Ur"tJJf! : :'.' \ season Tuesday afternoon, April 23. four BUS golfers, boys on the BHS golf team
i r : I ,SHOCkS> INTA ,' ;'tl'? ) J"">wr'h,' \ BHS is 3-5 for an 8 match season. Gillenwater and Douglas playing junior tour golf
atrt 1lgtt ( 4 .ed4.. ,i '''' '' Low medalist in the Interlachen for BUS in the district. just now moving into high
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out Coach
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.. ',' '''' .' .t.. ,ii Bo Bishop shot 44, and Todd Gillen- days are also some golfers in the
I ,fA""',:;_ ; ,, .,"t'1."aI'I i water and Chris Douglas each shot Gaines and Joey Herres, school coming along, so BITS
", I ;iii! 1 !L:4: .' 'I"' ",,:' 1"1'1., f..' I/tr,' ( ,' ",.4'. 45. this Mike season Sexton because who took there have a good flow of golfers
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April 25, 1985 TELEGRAPII
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I, Tornado Softball squad 'gears' up for Dist ct, Toiroey ". ,;\ .:::":';;: 1After I

dropping their last two they scored 10 runs in the top of the the win. they've got the numbers." said Tornadoes either, as the BHS bats
games, the BUS Lady Tornado soft sixth," said Coach John Slater. Starting 'off with two, the Lady Slater. staid in the bag. The district play-off began here in

the ball team hopes to get it together for The visitors put five more on the Tornados slipped in the second when Stacy Reddish went 3-4 with a dou- "People who usually come Starke yesterday (Wednesday even,
start of the ing) after
here district tournament board in the the seventh to end OP came back with three. BHS took ble against the Raiders while Kay through big..their bats were quiet," press time.
tonight (Thursday, April 25) things with a total of 18 runs. BHS the lead again in the third with two Allen was 3-4 as well. Marla Reddish said Slater. The first game was between

when they play Lake Butler in second was only able to come up with six for scores. linings were looking even was 3-3 and Patty Smith was 3-3 The 'Canes came out swinging in number four seeded Hawthorne and
game of the contest the evening.The belter when for the number five seeded Interlachen at 5p.m.
the Ladies
put more evening as well. the first, putting four runs on the
at Westside Park in Starke.
bad news started with a slow on the board in the the
fifth taking board to Starke's one. In the second
BUS 6, Orange Park 18 roller to the pitcher followed by lead 6.3.Orange. BUS 2, GIIS 10 BHS got another, but GHS put one on, Number three BHS plays numbersix

The Lady Tornados did good, until another to third base, said Coach Park jumped on the Tor- Playing in Gainesville, the Lady the board to match it. The Tornadoes Lake Butler at 7 p.m.

the sixth inning that is, when Orange Slater, whichthey couldn't pick-up nadoes in the top of tbj sixth putting Tornados continued to hit a rough 'ouldn't get any more scores The winner of the BHS-UCHS seed

Park tore lose and put 10 runs on the in time. 10 runners across the plate. They, road Tuesday, April 23, losing 10-2 to the rest of the evening, while GUS match-up plays number two
board to go ahead for the last time "Probably the best team we've held BIIS scoreless in both the sixth the GHS Hurricanes. put five more up in the fifth. Clay High Thursday at 5 p.m and

for an 18-6 win over the Bradford played all year," said the coach. and seventh, ending the game with Rating GHS as probably the second In the top of the seventh the Lady the Hawthorne winner contest of the Interlachen-

girls. The Tornadoes hit fairly well, with five more runs in the seventh with a best team they played against Tornados got two on base but two goes against
"All of a sudden we made two er- 16 hits out of a total of 33 at bats, butcouldn't final score of BHS 6. OP 18. Coach Slater indicated that without, fly balls and a fielders choice and number one seed Keystone at 7 p.m.

r""" 'In" .hn n,..'. thl.-n ...,. 1.-.. wit pnn"IJ" rims im to take "Being a big school like that, two of the innings, things would have another fly ball ended the contest. single The elimination championship tournament game in in the set

been different. Getting 13 hits at theplate for 34 for 7
p.m. Friday. April 26, at
"If we could have gotten some hits trips the big hitters for BHS were Westside.

at the right time, we could have Kay Allen 3-4, Stacy Reddish 2-4 and Single tickets
game are $1.50.
I Bradford to host Dist. 4 2A track meetThe made it a ballgame," said Slater. BridgetteSkeen3-3. Tournament passes are$3. The con

Leaving the bases loaded in the second cession stand will be stocked and
and fifth innings didn't help the District Tournament open at the games.

District-4 2A track meet is being and Newberry for second and In the sprint-medley relay, BUS

hosted by Bradford High at the possibly with good performances, to holds down a strong second and

University of Florida track' in move up. Barber is expected to place in the

Gainesville Friday, April 26. with 12 The nine schools scheduled for the 220. Sapp has the second best two- JAY'S FURNITURE

boys teams and"nine girls teams girls meet are BHS Father Lopez, mile time with the mile-relay team a

scheduled to compete. Santa Fe, Newberry, FlaglerPalmCoast close third in the standings. Lisha

In 2A competition the first two individual Dixie County, Cresent City Long with her 36'10" shotput has the

winners in each event P.K. Yonge, and Williston. best distance reported so far said

qualify for the state meet. The first The boys will have 12 teams in Loper.If s : FACTORY I wmjEr I :
two relay teams also qualify for their portion of the day to deal with. the team puts out a good effort

state as well. Santa Fe is favored to win with Loper thinks they have a chance to

State competition is on tap for Chiefland, Dixie County and BHS a at least take second place.

Winter Park May 4. toss-up for second stated Loper. Top seeded for the boys 100 is Tony

"The kids have a tremendous opportunity Expected: to compete for the boy's Jones with Lattamore Williams D a

and challenge," said district title are BHS Santa Fe, number three. BHS is third with its 1 I 1

Coach George Loper of his team's Newberry, Chiefland, Dixie County, 440-relay,but three other schools are

chances of moving on from district. Flagler-Palm Coast, Cresent City, very close time-wise. Paul McKinney -

Events kick off Friday around Hawthorne Father Lopez, P.K. is third in the 680 with Eddie

10:30: a.m. at the UF track when the Yonge, Williston, and Dunnellon.For Tennant third slotted in the mile.
field events begin. Running the girl's, Pat Barber is a con- Williams has top spot in the 220 at
tender along with Roberta Williams 22.0 and BHS has second seed in the '
preliminaries for the hurdles 100 "SAN CARLOS" ; "Meadow Brook"
in the rI'
100 with Lori Sapp given a sprint-medley and mile-relay Lon- '
and 220 are set for 11:30: a.m. with ElehedMirror r ,<
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finals set to beign at 1:30 slight edge in the mile, according to me Hamilton has the fourth longest f v Solid Woodbsck a -
p.m. Loper. toss in the shot and Tennant is ranked Complete) ,d Everything

Favored to win the girl's title is The BHS 440-relay has the second fourth in the two-mile. %
Father Lopez from Daytona in- best time reported so far with 1

dicated Loper, "an older team," Wendee Hall the third best time in The real test will be Friday, when 0 Ipy 'r nu

with quite a few seniors. He said the 330 hurdles and Kelly Jackson the paper rankings will be tested on ,<
BUS i is a contender with Santo F*. nnmhpr thr In th.. Rflf the track. 1

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Tracksters finish third at Invitational-. Super Single Belaire

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Finishing a strong third at the with Chris Anders taking fifth at Interlachen 111,Jeffeson County 71'! Complete

Chiefland-Hardee's Invitational 63309.: BHS 69, Hamilton County. 37, Branson IB, Bookcase Waterbed b $ 9 5
track meet, the Lady Tornadoeswere Kelly Jackson took home top Dixie County 16' $ 51995 69

tuning-up for the district meet honors (in the 880 at 2:28: and Sapp WATER BED

tomorrow (Friday, April 26) in was second at 2:32.:

Gainesville. Chris Anders was second in the 110.Hurdles. A. Denmark 21.77,T.Jordan 72 14 I' CHOOSE YOUR,. MATTRESS THAT WILL FIT
Overall winner was at the two mile at 13:04.37.: 100: <')R. Willlimt 12.09, f.P.| Barber 12.II

Chiefland Invitational was In- Lisha Long was first in the shot at Mlltl, ..(UL. S.pp5:37.12, ,(SC.,And.rU:33.0': FREE FLOW SEMI WAVELESS a 95 CONVENTIONALBEDROOM
terlachen High with 111 point. Jefferson SB'lO'/z" and second in the discus- at98'la" 440 R"l S1.01nO'Hurdl.Yi (3) BHSi Barber Buller-Ad.miWllllami 299'

County followed in second ..., A.Denmark 45.01,T.Jordan 48.01 AND WAVE LESS SUITES
place with 71 points. BHS was third Overall the best performance of IBO: (I tK. Jackson 2:2it.: (2)L. Sapp 2:32 .
with 69.Aoberta. anyone was Lisha's win in the shot Sprlnt-Medl.yl (3) BHS: BarberputlerAdamrTl.rney
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Lori Sapp won the mile in 5:37.12 880 and mile relay. Long-Jomp ((4/R. WIRI.m51S'S"i'

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East along said Westerly Terence M. Brown, property lying and being,; > picked up from Merrell vs. John E, lawlor, III STATE OF FLORIDA at the Division of Administrative
boundary a distance of within Section 23.; -- Dees office. City Hall. CLARENCE WiLLIAMS! Assistant United DEPARTMENT OF Hearings,
Legal 105 feet to point of P.A.Pott Offic. Drawer 40 Township 5 South, Range, THE CITY OF STARKE JR., States Attorney ENVIRONMENTALREGULATION Department of Ad.

beginning, at public outcry Stark, FL 32091Telephone 22 East, Bradford Counvt twill be receiving bids on BETTY WILLIAMS, his Attorney for Plaintiff ministration, 2009
NoticesUNITED to the highest and : ((904)) ty, Florida. ; .".;\,,.,,fjve foot rotary mower wife, et ol, Apalocheo Parkway
best bidder for cash at 964.8272 at public outcry'to.thd'highest *"* until April 30; 1985, Defendants 4/25 4tchg 5/16 Notice of Proposed Tallahassee, Florida
the hour of 12:00: o'clock and best bidder "*. specifications can be Agency Action on Permit 32301. If no hearing officer

Noon on May 29, 1985 at Personal Representative for cash at the hour;of picked up from Merrell Court No. 84-1153-Civ- NOTICEOF Application.The has been assigned,
STATES DISTRICT the front door entranceof : 12:00: o'clock Noon 'on Den office, City Hall. J-16 INTENTIONTO Department gives the petition is to be filed

COURTMIDDLE the Bradford County Jacquelyn J. Hill May 29, 1985 at the front THE CITY OF STARKE REGISTER notice of Its Intent to with the Deportment's
DISTRICT OF Courthouse at Starke, 1070 loren Avenue door entrance of the will receive bids on NOTICE OF SALE FICTITIOUS NAME issue a permit to Roger Office of General

FLORIDA Florida. Adrian, Michigan Bradford County Courthouse surplus property until Jones, General Counsel, 2600 Blair Stone

JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Doted April 17, 1985 49221 at Starke, May 7, 1985 Notice Is hereby given Pursuant to Section Manager, Griffin Industries Road, Tallahassee.

Richard L. Cox, Jr. Florida. Dated April 17, 1966 Ford Van that pursuant to a 865.09, Florida Statutes, to construct anew Florida 32301. Failure to
UNITED STATES OF United State Marshal 4/25 2tchg 5/2 1985. 1967 Ford Van Amended Final Judgment notice is hereby giventhat poultry cooker andfeather petition to Intervene

AMERICA Middle District of Richard L. Cox, Jr. 1973 Ford PickUpWe entered on April 9, the undersigned, dryer at their within the allowed timeframe
Plaintiffvs. Florida NOTICEOF United States Marshal will receive bids 1985 by the above entitled rendering facility, constitutes a

INTENTIONTO Middle District of on these vehicles individually Court In the above JOANN South B. COPELAND Walnut St., located In Hampton, waiver of any right such
THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. Dorothea BeaneAssistant REGISTER Florida or 01 a group. styled cause, the undersigned 1252-B Florida. has to request a
WIMBERLY, et. ol., United FICTITIOUS NAME THE SAID CITY United States Starke, Fl 32091, sole Persons wishing to person hearing under Section

Defendatns States Attorney John E. lawlor, III RESERVES THE RIGHT TO Marshal or any of his duly owner, doing business comment on any aspect 120.57, Florida Statutes.
Attorney for Plaintiff Pursuant to Section Assistant United ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY authorized deputieswill under the firm name of of this action are required The application Is

Court No. 84-1432-Clv. 865.09 Florida Statutes, States Attorney OR ALL BIDS. sell the property JO ANN'S COUNTRY to submit their available for public Inspection
J-16 4/25 tchl! /16 notice Is h.r.by given Attorney for Plaintiff4254tchg516 4/25 Itchg situate in Bradford County CRAFTS B WOOD comments In writing to during normal
Florida described as: WORKS, 1252-B South the Gainesville Branch
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF that the undersigned, e..e..SSee.se business hours, 8:00:
NOTICE OF SALE THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL FAYE LUKE AND JANE S. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT A parcel of land In the Walnut Street Stark., FL Office within thirty ((30)) a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Mon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF E''A of NE'/4 of SEVi of 32091 Intends to days of publication of
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR USHER, P. O. Box 796, EIGHTH JUDICIAL day through Friday, except -
Notice is hereby given THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL NE'/4 of Section 28, sold fictitious this notice.
BRADFORD COUNTY, lake Butler, FL 32054, CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN register legal holidays, at
that pursuant to Final CIRCUIT, IN AND fOR AND FOR BRADFORD Township 6 South, Range name under the Persons whose State of Florida Department
Judgment entered on FLORIDA joint owners, dplng BRADFORD COUNTY, COUNTY 22 East, Bradford County aforesbid-statute. -. substantial Interests or. of Environmental

April 16, 1985 by the PROBATE DIVISION business under the firm FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION Florida, said parcel Dated this 2nd day of affected by the Depart Regulation, Gainesville,
above entitled Court In name CASE No. 85-1 52 being more particularly April. A.D., 1985, In ment's proposed permitting Florida 32609
the above styled cause, 85-8-CP NEW RIVER, Rt. 1, Box described as follows: decision may petition 4/25
the undersigned United CASE NO. 652. Lake Butler, FL INRE: The Petition of of Commence at an Iron Bradford County. for an administrative
In Re: The Marriage 4/25
((1.3608)) 4/04 4tchg
States Marshal or any of 32054, Intends to JOHN H. MONTGOMERYand CALVIN MARTIN, husband pipe located at the SE proceeding
said fictitious of said E'and ---44 44 (hearing) in accordancewith PUBLIC SALE OF
his duly authorized IN RE the Estate of register and LEOLA MAR corner NOTICE
: under the ANNE MONTGOMERY' North 060'09" East Section 120.57, PATROL VEHICLESThe
sell the
deputies will name run
TIN wife
property situate in Brad aforesaid statute. as Co-Guardians of uiuv; ::Ss Sisterly: boundary Florida Statutes The
ford County, Florida, Dated this 2nd day of JERRY JOHN NOTICE OF SUIT thereof 27.74 feet The Board of County petition must conform to Bradford CountySh.rlft'
Office will sell
described as: OF April A.D., 1985 In BROWNSTEAD NO PROPERTY to an Intersection with Commissioners of Brad the requirements of
A portion of the Northeast ADMINISTRATIONThe Bradford County. to Change Name an Easterly prolongationof ford Chapters 17.103 and the following described
the boundary County Herebygives 28.5 Florida Administrative vehicles to the highest
Northerly ,
Quarter (NE'/Oof)
4tchg MARTIN.
TO CALVIN notice of Intent
the Southwest QuarterSWVi of . . .. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO : 137, of the right of way to Code, and bidder on Monday, May
administration P.O. Box TIII.ry.North purchase a new wheeltype 6, 1985 at 3:00: .
and of of Thomas St; thence must be filed (received) p.m.
( ) a portion
the estate of FLORENCEE.P UNITED STATES DISTRICT Carolina. doier-compactor of sale Bradford
: Jerry Thomas South 89035'16" West In the Office of General place :
the Northwest QuarterNW
deceased YOU ARE HEREBY for landfilloperations.
ENNIS, COURTMIDDLE Brownstead, 5015 Kerle along said Easterly pro sanitary Counsel of the Department County Jail. Vehicle maybe
( % of SoutheastQuarter
) NOTIFIED that an action .
File No. 85-8-CP (1-3608)( DISTRICT OF Inspected to
Street Jacksonville, and along soldNortherly at 2600 Blair Stone prior
(SEV..of! ) Section Is pending In the Circuit FLORIDA for Dissolution of Marriage longation The bids will be open- ..
Florida 32205 boundary Road, Twin Towers Office -
28, Township 6 South, Court for Bradford County JACKSONVILLE DIVISION has b..n'fll.dogaln.t ed Monday_ May 6. 1985. Building 1982 Ford LTD 4 door
feet Iron
166.96 to an
Rang. 22 East, In the City Florida Probate Division and you ore 10:00 The Board
a.m. Florida sedan VIN No.
Bradford' YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat pipe for point of beginn Tallahassee,
of Stark., the address of UNITED STATES OF required serve a copy of County Commissioners A8P3IF3CBI 0237.
for within fourteen
Florida, and beIng an action changeof ing. From point of beginning 32301,
County which Is Post Office AMERICA of your written defenses of Bradford 1981 Ford LTD 4 door
name for J.rry John' thus described continue (14)) days of publicationof
more particularly B, Storke, Plaintiffvs. if to It, on the plaintiff's has the
described as follows: Drawer Brownsteod has been II-j' any South B935'16"West County right to this notice. Failure to sedan VIN No.
Florida 32091 The attorney whose accept or reject any or ABP31F8BU144812.
ed and said Northerly file for hearing
intersection against you you along a request
Commence at the -
names and addresses of JAMES NORMAN and name and address Is: all bids, whichever will 4/25 2tchg 5/2
this time period
of theSoutherly ore required to serve a boundary 75.0 feet to within
Dudley P. Hardy, P.A.. be In the best of
the personal representative CYNTHIA K. NORMAN Interest waiverof
of written thence shall constitute a
boundary of copy your 1030 an pipe;
P.O. Drawer
and the p.rsonalr.pr."totlv. DefendantsCourt Bradford
defenses, If to wit: North 2I'29" West right such person
any any
Bridges Street ((formerlyS.v.nth .'. at. Starke, Florida 32091. 4/18 2tchg ../25 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
John H. with the Westerly hove to request an
on parallel may
and theWesterly
Street) sat fortfT 1U.1 and file the original with cc eeeeec.ecc. REGISTER
lorney are No. /39-Clv. determlnation .
boundary of whose address is Rout. the above boundary of said EV4, ....- administrative
the clerk
Church Street, and run below. J-12 3, lox 1093, Stark. before 100.00 feet to on Iron (hearing) under NAME
All Interested styled court on or NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
personsare Florid 32091, on or pipe; thence North Section 120.57, Florida
thence South 17 degreesand required to file with NOTICE OF SALE before May 15 J985, and May 13, 1985: otherwisea 89"35'16" East parallelwith REGISTER Statutes.If Pursuant to Section

.45 minutes West this court, WITHIN THREE 'file the'orlglnafwith'the." judgement .may be aforesaid Northerly FICTITIOUS NAME petition Is filed, the 865.09, Florida Statutes,
along said Westerly FIRST entered against you for notice I.I
MONTHS OF THE Notice Is hereby given administrative hearing hereby given
75.0 feet to an
of Clerk of this Court either
boundary a distance the relief demanded In Pursuant to Section that the
PUBLICATION OF that pursuant to a Final Iron thence South I I. designed to undersigned,
388.36 feet to a concrete NOTICE: ((1)) All claims Judgment entered on before service on JohnH. the complaint or petltlon 21'29"pipe;East {WJ.09, Florida Statutes formulate process action. Elton Ward 828 WeldonSt.
parallel agency
monument for point of against the estate and .March 26; 1985 by the Montgomery ffTireofter or Immedlotely with sold Westerly boom nVjce Is 'hereby given Accordingly, the Deport.mant' ., Sta..... Fl, (sole) or
beginning From point of (2)) any objection by an above entitled Court In will; WITNESS my hand andthe c"f..f'101hoPoint tharV'he undersigned, final action maybe (joint) ownerns. doing
beginning thus described Interested person to the above styled cause, otherwise, a default ) seal of sold Court on dory l00. Davld 'L. Fenton, P.O. different from the business under the firm

run North 72 degrees 'whom notice was mailed the undersigned United be entered against you NAprll 5, 1985.Gilbert of beginning,th.highest at. Box 109, Hampton, Fl. position taken by It In name of Starke Auto
and 27 minutes West a that challenges the States Marshal or any of for the relief demandedIn S. Brown, As public and outcry best to bidder JJ2044, ('oU) or (|Joint) this preliminary state Center 528 S. Walnut St..

distance of 108.76 feet to validity of the will. the his duly authorized the Petition. CI ck of told Court. for cash at the hour of owners, doing business ment. Therefore, persons Stork. Fl 32091, Intendsto
a concrete monument; DATED at Stork., BY\ Becky Parrish, As under the firm name of sold fictitious
qualifications of the personal deputies will sell the who may not object register
run thence South 17 representative. property situate In Bradford Florida on 'this 8 day of Deputy Clerk. 12:00: o'clock Noon on Bradford Marine Service the proposed name under the
and 43 minutes 1983.CLERK May 29,1985 at the front .on1' agency
degrees venue, or jurisdiction of County, Florida, April 4/11 4ic'2 door entrance of the Three miles north action may wls lW to Intervene aforesaid statute
West a distance of 105 the Court. described as: OF COUNTY U.S. 301 North, Intends', In the- Dated this 23 day of
feet to a concrete monument ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTION Westt 100 feet of Lot 3 COURT BY: Beulah UNITED STATES DISTRICT Bradford County Starke.- to register said fictitious* ceeding. A petition pro for April A.D. 1985 In Bradford -
; run thence South ) NOT SO FILED of Block 22 of the City of Moody, Deputy Clerk., COURTMIDDLE name under the Intervention must be filed County.
72 degrees and 27 FOREVER BAR Bradford County 4/11 lehe 5/2 DISTRICT OF Florida. aforesaid statute. ; 4/25 4tpd 5/16
WILL BE. Lawtey, "" Dated: April 17, 1985 pursuant ,to Model
minutes East a distanceof Florida, according to : FLORIDA Dated this 24 day"of Rule 28-5.207 at least
Richard L. Cox, Jr,
feet concrete RED.Publication TwrarY ;1TARK,i ? '
108.67 to a Of DIVISION In Brad-
of this the map or plat thereofof JACKSONVILLE United States MarshalMiddle' April. A.D. 1985 five (5)) day before the
monument on Notice has begun on record at Plot Book 2.Pag 'will be receiving bids on 'r District of lord County. final hearing and be filed
aforesaid Westerly April 25, 1985. 61 of the public steel 1 building 40f MOT x UNITED .STATES OF Florida 4/25 4tcg 5/16 with the hearing officerIf
boundary of Church Attorney for Personal records of Bradford 1..' urilll May 7, 1985, AMERICA one has been assigned
Street, run thence North Representative/: County Florida, said specifications can be Plantlff
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YARD SALI SAT. ONlVl 403 N. Walnut AXLES I TIRES Two axles and four tiros':
Street. 4/25 ',chg. / M
Highest price paid. Green's.Welding
YARD SALT SATURDAYS 9 tit 6 p.m. 1378 SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N.Stak. MOBILE HOME PARK FOR SALE $54.000 Shop 301 South Stark., FL:Y64.5007. ,I ', ":,,:.:,: ,, ::' ., ': d, .
Blanding St. Saratoga Hats Clothe .. Come see Roy Gouln formerlyof down. Income. Great tax hi'eaks. 11/03 tfnchg
and mltc. It.m. 4/25ltchg. Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains. Serious Investors only. 3734792. Cash STABLE HANDI'Darabor plus com.Must
THURS..FRI.' ,AND SATl 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. W. buy and move used homes flow records down 114 bo able '
payment In ..to ,.thowhorses...,...MAM""'$, r-- rrWiHe
Children and adult' clothing 964-4414 or 964.1178.4/26 tfn years. 3/28 Stpd 4/25 .. STABLES WALDO, FL 4681020. \ CarLREALT'I
housewares, .'c. SR 100 South two MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12 K 65 mobile "THE OCTAGON CONCEPTS A great opportunity 964-8380.4/18 2tpd 4/2S ,
miles from Stark. 4/251tpd. home 2 br, 3'/t ton central Heat/air, for builders and developers. WANTED GOOD HOMI. for horses and
THURSDAY AND FRIDAYS 10 to 5. Sot 9-2, looks like brand $6,000964-7312.
new. High profit potential. ,
Dealership We
ponies buy sell ft trade, tack room .
Infants chlldr.n and maternity 4/18 Nn.MOBILE available at no cost for qualified .
per.son. now open. New saddles from $116. ,
clothes, h.ld 'Inside If rain. County Rd HOME FOR SALE One acre with Call or write OCTA-STRUCTURE Carts, harnesses MAMA'S STABLES r
225 b.tw..n lawtey and the prlion. 3 br, !'/> ba trailer 9644236. 4/11 OF FL.. 'INC. 2516 W. 23rd St. Panama WALDO. FL 468-1020, 9648380. 4/18 J
4/25 Itchg. tfnchg. City FL 32405 ((904)) 7636553. 4/18 2tpd 4/25 PHONE 964. 776
BARN SALE S.R. 18 V mile W. of 301 OWNER MUST SELLS 3/2 $189.00 Mo., 2tchg 4/25 CECEIIAERWILLLGAR
Truck topper, freeier, file cabinet Take over payments. Must ask for 10 YR ESTABLISHED MOTORCYCLE SER tiger-striped Mama Cat and her a five young, 4 205 N. Temple! Starke

miscellaneous household Items sat. Chris. 1-622-3799 or 16222820. 4/25 VICE Gross 100.400 thousand per week old, kittens 9647679.25 DISTINCTIVE PROPERTIES
and sun. 4/25 Itpd. ",chg 5116RE"REMENT y.ar. ....
Itchg. Some of Our Most ...
SAT 10 UNTIL h 1624 N Lake St. Cancelled SPECIAL Upscale Offerings
A super qulaity $ O.OOO TAKES ALli will lease -.bldg. WANTEDi Beauty Salon hydrolic styling
If rain. 4/25/tpd. home for '
minimum efficiency has too 964-8848. 4/25 Itchg. chair shampoo choir HAIRPLANES'
SALE lots of/ mist' It.ms.1103 Pratt St. to see It. ONLY 1 Iin Florida lik.lt Ladles .
Call apparel chlldrens,
Sat April!, 8-4. 4/25.Itchg. before its gone. 783.0821 Clayton Combination! store, accessories. Jor-
Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy Jax. 4/25 ;rtmchev. Chic, Lee Levi Easy Street 1 Itpd.
HOMES FOR SALE 1 chg Izod/MEspYtt" "".Tomboy, Colvin Klein WANTEDi Used I 11' Boston Whaler withor STORAGE ROOM, BOATHOUSE DOCK COMPLETELY FENCED,
NEW USED REPOi Very low payments, Sergio Valente, Eva Plcone, Liz without motor Call collect ((305)) PAVED DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE I
large selection Instant financing Claiborne, Member
606 S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR, CB Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy Jax Grown Gasoline, Only Heolthtex.Organically Over 943-8560. i Io CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW, DELUXE

home. 14681323. 11/08 tin 733-0821. 4/25 Itchg 1000 others. $7,900 to $24,900 Inven OFFICE COMPLES OF DISTINCTION HWY. 301S $...25'A MO.

DOCK HOUSE Modern kitchen over the CAN YOU PURCHASE YOUR OWN tory training fixtures Grand openIng FOR RENT 1125 SQ. FT. EACH PLENTY OF PARKING YOU'VE
water where shrimp crabs, and fish HOME Only one dollar down. You can etc can open In 15 days Mr. EVERYTHING TO GAIN I
are plentiful season. Beautiful view. at Clayton Homes Call 783.0821 Now, Loughlin ((612)) 8884228.25 Itpd.
Secluded On. ocr. plus at Harrl."', and Ut us show you how. 4/251tchg MOBILE 908 W. PRATT LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR
'vMoblle Homes and for
Bluff. IVi hours NE Starke. 9647835. FOR SALE Several furnished 2 br Mobile BOATS :''.'Recreational vehicles spaces welcome. Phone BEST MOVE WILL BE TO THIS HOUSE.

3/07 tfn Homes In good to ."c. cond. $4250 ) .DAIRY QUEEN HWY 301 N
:3 BR. 1V4 BATH HOMEi Saratoga Hts., each. Pine M.H. Park 4962366. 4/25
corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. tfnchg. 14ft. BASS BOAT AND TRAILER with design and remodel suit needs.
Phon. 9648652. 3/21 tfn .................... 25hp Johnson motor and electric troll. Call 964-6305>ask for to John.your 3/07 tfn .THREE COUNTRY HOMES FOR LEASE AWAY FROM THE
GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $liUKepalr Ing motor like new. 2250. Coll MOBILE HOMES mile CROWDS.
( ) Also delinquent tax
property. 964-6943 after
Call 805-687-6000 ext. GH-5504 for New 14' Wide 2 BRi 6:30 p.m.25 2lpd 5/2. from Starke city limits. Clean. No .GOLFER'S DREAM HOME ACROSS FROM COUNTY CLUB SO

Informatlon.. /(). 4tchg 4/25 Fully furnished. F/F/ Relrlg.,vaulted ceilings LAND FOR SALEONE children 468-132310/7lfn or pets. Hwy 16._W. Call. YOU WANT THE FINEST THIS IS FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE
:3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat.
1 plywood floors& much mom. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On

Enclosed fans garage, nice,neighborhood low maintenancecelling closeto '179" Per Month ACRE LOT Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison.. Call 301 MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. WITH ,
facing Forty the Road
Southslde Elenv $39,900,964-5952' or Jf 4 No Money Down to Qualified Buyer. payment $75 per mo." Coll STUDIO 964-7530 APARTMENT or 468-1323 10/071Fn SPACIOUS LIVING QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE
Weekly monthlyrates.
964-6915. 4/18 Itfn. 9645606. 10/4 tfn- A BUSINESS T001HANDOME I
Call Today Mr. Ford ,
HOME FOR SALE 3 br, I'It'both Stucco LOTS ft ACREAGEi 20 percent down. Palms Apartments, 2314 N.Tern- BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37% ACRES4BR2'sBA -
pie Ave. 7/28 tfn
.l 437 34 J
home, fireplace deck large shady ****** ******* balance In five years, financing byown.rs. I
yard central air/heat for mar. Inlor- ******************* 9646853. 12/13 tfn. BA apt. For more Information call Lake
motion call 964- 737. 4/25 5/2 GROWING THINGS.
2tchg I ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. i
HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER Brick house I 1 NO MONEY DOWN! 4J 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Butler Apis. 4963141. Equal Oppor.I .FORMERLY MAJIK MARKET ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL
with 3/BR, 2/BA. Central heat and air, unity Housing. tfnchg
I Take Over Payments On This JJ 964-5606. 1/03 if nONE 301 HWY. PRICED RIGHT.
1600 sq. ft living area. 2 acres of land I ACRE LOTS ON MENG
on highway 225. $57,500. Call 964-6943 I. Repo 14x70. 3 BR/2 BA ROADi $3,000 down BR. 1 BA.$ISO per mo. Furnished or un .THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT
*. New Furniture, Carpet T/0, F/F : no payment, $70 furnished. Purchase option. S69-S89
nights. 4/25 2tpd 5/2 per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn "PINESONG" 37 BLDG LOTS ft PAVED ROADS APPROX 660'FROM
:3 BR HOUSE FOR SALE outside plywood floors ft 1 Yr. warranty. per month plus 'lot.473-7560.3/28-6/27
just city 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD,
J (C.227)) CITY
on Private road Central h.all AC, J iPayrnents 219" Per Mo. W/No Rerrlg"j 3500. no down $70
Wood Stove, huge Recr. Room below Ioppral.al i Payment, to Qualified Buyer.CaD Mr. Call 9645606. 1/03 payment tfn per mo. trailer completely furnished heat and SECLUDED. CHARMING $76,900 5 BR 3'B UNIQUE

$33,000 Coll 964-5597. 4/25 I 473-7237 LOT 'IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764. ; after air, $60.00 per week. Near Graham HIDEAWAY IN CITY ON 7 ACRES 6 YEARS OLD & IF YOU LIKE
tfnchg. I V*********.***** 5, call 964.5251.3/07 tfn 485.1371.4/25 Itchg. INDIVIDUALITY HERE IT ISI I
:3 BR 2 BAi fireplace, deck with hot tub OCA.LA NATIONAL FOR RENTi 4 bedroom 2 bath brick
: FOREST High and home central AC ft heat 2 car carport, BRICK BR.2B, ONE .ACRE-SEWING RMCOULD BE 5th BR.
x' plus rented duplex and bunglo for'Income REAL ESTATE 4 dry 'wooded lots suitable' :for mobile'home
and tax shelter' $85,000 964-5584 ,' cabin or camping.. $49SO' ea. carpet built In range and dishwasherand FIREPLACE, DBC. GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -CH&A THERMAL

eves. 4/25 4tchg 5/16. OUT OF AREA w/SISO dn., $63.14 mo. Exc.'hunting' more 964-6490 964-8877, WINDOWS.'REFRIG, RANGE D/W.
HOME FOR SALE WILL FINANCE Furnished and fishing.. Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or NICE :3 BR, 2tchg HOUSE 4/25 In quiet BUILDING LOTS: BESSENT RD, 5 OAKS CONNERLY ESTATES.
12 60 added
x plus room car 629-9649.3/21 12tchg 6/6
port, deep well and secluded mil. to OCEANFRONTi Crescent Beach 1 near bedroom St. Augustine suites at, 100 FT.. WATERFRONTwith dock on 4/25 neighborhood after 5:00: p.m. 964-5377. HAMPTON OAKS CROSBY LAKE, SAMPSON LAKE.
Keystone $13,500173.7338. 4/25 2tpd Florida. 46888. Not timeshare Crosby Lake Call 9644236." 4/11 tfn. FOR RENTi One Br. furnished apartment SOUTHGATE.
5/2 Goodrich Company Brokers ((904)) chg. $ISO mth plus $75 sec. No pets. .TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE 16 ACRES W/APPROX 700' HWY 301S
2 BR HOUSE FOR SALEi Llv. rm, din. rm, RESIDENTIAL LOT ready for construction.City .
471.1477.4/25 FCAN 2 DEEP 3 SEPTIC
den In Storke. Low Interest assume water and 6500.00 964.8071.1/25 Itchg. WELLS. TANKS, 2 MOBILE HOMES BUTLER
mortgage call 964-4718 after 5:00: p.m. VERMONT SUMMER R.nllulCurlou. con 964.7271.11 4tchg 5/2. THREE/BR HOUSE FOR RENTi on Ballets BLDG. STOCKED POND & CREEK.
dominiums in the GREEN MOUNTAINS
4/25 2tchg 5/2 at reasonable summer rot... Rents as LAND FOR SALE 5 to 20 acres. 9647893. Highway last month$275.00 plus per damage month. First deposit.and [ .CALL ST. YOU'LL LOVE TO CALL THIS HOME EXCELLENT

low as $800 a month. SUGARBUSH 4/184tchg5/9 496-2356. 4/25 tchg. FINANCING.
3 BR. 2 BA Home Separate LR, DR 05674. Toll free ((800)) 4514326. 4/25 mth. Call lots $3500 No'money down $75 with FF Refrigerator AC PROPERTY.
and FR. CH/A. Fireplace In FR. Fenced FCAN 964.5606.1/25 tfn Fireplace and attached work shop near
yard with paved drive and utility sh NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND NEAR 2 GOLF COURSEi I/; acres, 2 w.llsN schools $275 pus| ; security) deposit! .COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES FLUME RD TO
Low down "
ed. Assume Mortg. Call 9648268. Large acreage small acreage, cabins, septlcs payment ownerfinanced. 964.6968.4/25 3tchg 5/9. COUNTRY CLUB.
124 Woodtawn Road homes. DOCKERY LAND CO.. 114 Andrews Lake Also plus acre, In Crosby HOUSE FOR RENT 2 br block house completely .49 GREAT ACRES HWY 229 WITH FARM HOUSE ASSUM
Rd.. Murphy. N.C. 28906. Call Shores w/well and septic remodeled unfurnished $290' MTG.
HBg"* BH8BBMISCELLANEOUS Toll Free ((800)) 331.79..7.4/25 FCAN 964-8813.4/25 2tpd 5/2 per month first last and $200 ctep\>sit LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3% ACRES.

ASHEVILLE N.C. By owner-6 acres, or 2 964-8848.4/251tchg. ;; -' I .4 3/4 ACRES $12,000 ON RD 230A ft WILSON RD A GOOD

to 8 acre tracts overlooking Asheville ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS FOR BUY.
2 miles to city limits on state maintained
FREE GERMAN SHEPPARD HUSKEYi road restricted. Call) ((704)) 253.0147, RENT FREE Garbage pick-up water RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.
and control service. Call
Female good'tempered loves children.To or write Robert Carter, 6 Golfview Rd., BULLDOZERWORKFill 964-4048 or pest 964-5065. Susan Faulkner $21,500 SINGLE WIDE-FAMILY RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4
a good home 782.3120.4/25 Itpd. Asheville.! N.C. 28804. 4/25 FCAN Dirt& Clay ACRE.
REPOSSESSED Flashing arrow sign I

Complete! Big cash discount. Tim Murrhee .Skirting .Plumbing KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE TWO LOTS FOR 5000.

Delivered without obligation for your _RENT/LEASE_ Keystone Heights .Decking o Electrical 533 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING 21000.
551.3070 for free .Remodeling
Inspection. (800)) Flooring
detail. 4/25 FCAN FOR SALE OR TRADEi IN STARKE Two- 473.4175 .Additions .Concrete Slab { BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE LOTS OWNER FIN. ADDITIOANL

story building on corner of Call & .Custom Built Sheds-Pump Houses ACREAGE AVAILABLE.

Thompson Sts., one block from City Free Estimates-Call 473-7132: 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S. NEXT TO MOSLEY TIRE CO. EXC.
Hall. Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849.2/21 ,
tin .-- -u- ___-->I' TERMS. .
Plumbing Supplies

STARKE, FLA. From I BRICK HOME RD 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 x 300 52000.


Order Cook Four 1200 sq. ft bldg. $700" per Durrance c * * F

month. Ideal for contractors, auto:, EVENINGS
ft Counter Girl repairs' light mfg., storage,,lumberyard Pump& V ; LAVERN OUTLAW 944-5478 BILL DODD 964-7408
Experienced Only.I Year round machine shop. :: affl 4 JOHN GREENE $33-2121 'IRVING CLARK.JR. 964-7188
(_. TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
NOVIS WARD 964-7454
Camp Blanding Service Club. MCDOUCALLAUCTION Supply WAYN DOUOIAS 4-593 DAVID DODGE 9645370Handl

I U.S. 301 N.-161 N.Temple'

533-2050 AUCTION CO.,,INC. 51...... Florida 9647061Wo 1, -. ,

190478o8989OUTSIDE Ji e1 lit 4 House ,

Drill Wells 9446020L
: US 301South Starke
.. 2" to 6"- State Licensed !

MOBILE HOMES 1.- I Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24

I No job too large or too small Under. e-Management ,

| For estimation, call 964-5609 .... .... .... .... .... .... - ....err. Roberts Real Estate ..

(home) or 468-2184 I 986 .T.mpl.Ave. Starke, FL I' -

(business). 964.6262
Carpet "

I I II N I (Any $1495 Scotchgard is
._ COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 Cleaning & Hall) AvailableDeep

FLORILAND acres and a CB residence. Located on US

I II ':301. Owners will leave all Inventory a ( Soil Extraction Is Also Available)

REALTY and for the Whole House
wrecker some equipment Special 5995.
lIv. Din.
( Han 3 Sr.). .
964-7700 buyer. Call for details. .

,393 N. Temple Ave. .FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of' Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . . .". : 5995

i Vernle P. Odom 1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. II pecan trees, Improved pastures, fenced &, Furniture Cleaned 445W
BrokerGRIJoy cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace.. (Sofa & Chair) ... .

Thornton Associate From '160" & Up I, Excellent working farm. i Not Delighted, Don't PoyV>< ''IowLaw

d i iCenter I r 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home''!
| Lot 3 SR I B. In City I II I on Crosby, Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock.$! ,Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas

Desired, Area .3 II I BA, assume 112 ft '3 Bedroom Available Haw I House Is In very good condition. Good ao, Florida Carpet & Dye Co.

Mg.e.s cess to the lake. Priced to sell. j '(Licensed & Insured Residential
) (
..nt Rd. 3 SR 2 IA.with 3.39 ec. It & Commercial)
I II I 3 bedroom 2 bath. CB'
.In Country 2 ho_..e.c. Condition WILSON ROAD PROFESSIONAL '" "
ewsar flnenceLewseft house on 1 acre. Central heat & air; carpet,,!' SERVICES OFFERED
Wdg much velue for few chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. We ,specialize cleaning and dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean-

..Homestead'1.,*/ ".2 ... reed. frentegeen A 1530 .Madison I I CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts .
APPRAISALS Senior Citizen Discount
two sides,...Ig.bem.good land. Phont 984-8312 : NEEDS Mileage Charge Free Advice
LOOKING FOR LAND? EQUAL 1012111 I I George W. Roberta.Jr. Broker Call-. 964-4997 Call

111 Ac.Bradford Ce.|198 Ac.Union; omlnlfT' Office Hours 9 S .riy A. Galnei CSM SaUsmari' :: --_- -
114 Ac. Umen Co.. L___ A. n- _.H_!No"_Answer Call ((904)) 733.1308. Satisfaction GuaranteedP..4.

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IL Starke Ads a I l l- Keystone Heights- -AdsFOR -- I 1 r Union County Ads -. I

Measur.s 24.36". 25 c.nu .och. Graf time work. S.nd resume to P.O.
for patching and r. >cllr.. TELEGRAPH Drawer 280, Starke, FL 32091.: 1/03 tfn INCOME FOR PART-TIME TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
Available 1977
Rental HOME
139 W. Call SI. 964-6305. CRUISE SHIP JOBS Property FORD SUPER CAB ISO Auto trans., ASSEMBLY WORK. for Info call RENT Union County Times 150
TRAILERS. TRAILERS TRAILERS 5'x8'utility Great Income potential. All occupation. 1 BR. 2 IA lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished.. air, PS, PB, dual battery with sell- 504-641-8003 ext. 8401. 4tpd Main Street Lake Butler. Phone
trailer' For Information No pets. $400 per month. contained camper, toilet, shower, WANTEDWill Pay Cash for 14X65 or 70
$650; 16' do..r call ((312)) 742-8620: ext. 496-2261 for Information TFN
"51,70016' utility; trailer $970 16'troll.r lawn, 362.3/1" 4tpd 4/4 2 BR, 2 BA- Gator bone lake Completely stove,, ref., built In TV. $4,999. Phone trailer Prefer :2 bedrooms, 2 baths. C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWN Save up to $80
; furnished. $400
$400 month and Powell's
troll.r, $1.125; 10' lawn .Ingle axle EXPERIENCED SALES PERSON Apply In per 473-7139 2tpd 4/25-5/2 WANTED 496-3377. 1-pd 4/25: mo. 13,000 miles a year! PINES QUALI
security deposit OLD
trailer. $878; 16' cor hauler. $1,150; 6 person at Ollns Mobile Home, Hwy OFFICE SPACE At Center before ORIENTAL RUGS Made TY LIVING. Laundry, Park, Recreation
I N. ramps. $100. Olin'. Mobil. Ham. 100, Starke. 3/14 tin $::200 month- and Keystone$200 security FOR SALE 1950 large or small this ad op.peon >- Car Pools, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
C.nt.r, Rd RETIRED per simultaneously In 63 Fla, papers. Butler
100 W' Sl0rk' 964.5606. COUPLI TO MANAGE SMALL deposit. Our Reasonable Sr 121 lake

V10ln 35-unit mobile home park. References 1 IR. FURNISHED efficiency cottages JPHAUOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC days buyer to make will house be In your calls area in a few 4962366. ufn 12113PERSONAL_ _
COpy MACHINES and bondabl. live Or you may ""
373-4792. Must In pip.
Co" "-'<" r.nt or By week or month. and fittings. Water softener bring
4 .ale. Canon 3/28 .. your rugs to a convenient loco. SERVICES
horn park. Stpd /25GOVEaNMENT Bryan Ace
eopl.r. $799: Canon KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, Keystone Hgts., tlon for examination You must call
:!!:. home or office Copier, $999; Canon of.J1 JOBS Licensed Real Estate Broker,473-491 473.40065/24 tfnchg before Mon. 5.00 -
::; tie cppl. $1399. R.nt $15.000-$50.000/yr. possible. All of MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series p.m. so we can plan
:; to own for 01 6/21 tfnchg his route PERSIAN RUG GALLERY. REAL ESTATE LICENSING and
J1. 11"1. o. $ ? p.r """"h- OFFICE SHOP cupatlons. How to Find. Call organ with double keyboard, base Member of Winter North Training
Park Florida
Chamber of Real Estate Call
tfn 110 W. Call SI., Stark.. 9645764. 2121 4/25 805-687-6000, ext. R.5504.04 4tchg 3 BR, 2BA- Block house on Lake Geneva. pedal. and rhythm section, $795. Call Commerce. Call collect 904.589.6000. 1.755..040.11 1 3tpd 425.stisssss' College.
I 473.2210
Available May 1. Central H/A, $400 per weekdays or 4734648weekends 3-chg 4/25-5/9
NEW PIANOI $ 9.99 p.r month, no credit{ ELECTRONICS CONSTRUCTION, month. Call..73.7:292.: tfnchfl for appointment to see tfn .
checks. Call 964.6946.4/04 tfn MEDICAL SCHOOLING SBONUS:On the BUSINESS SPACE FOR RENT Utilities furnished 'WAN CREST NURSERY SR-26, 2'/ miles
I 3% TON HEAT PUMP (GE). Coll 964.5129 Job Training. All at th. governments or unfurnished Prime location. east of Melrose. Hedge plants, 3 for$1. FOR RENT KRAZY KEHOEBuy.SellTrade '

k: aft.r 6 p.m. Prlc" "Bailable.. 4/04 tfn' expense. Ages 17 thru 26. Non-prior Call 473-7708. 2tchg 4/18-4/23 li.5: llmlt.12/20' tfnchg

ELECTRONIC ORGAN. $49.99 per month. military only. Call 1800521.1316; collect 2BR 1BA MOBILE HOME Located on MASS BED King size (pure brass) with NICE SHADY ACRE LOT $60 month,
:" No down poym.nt. Call 964.69"6.04 904-772-3351. Jock.onvlll.04 firm orthopedic mattress set. Never used per
r Hwy 100 next to Mini Storage oiAmerica. mobile home setup ready. Call 473-7173
tfn 4tchg 425EXCELLENT still
In box
Cost $1,000, sell
Furnished 496-2222
PINE INCOME for home or for $385 ext. 172 ask for Denise Coleman Hwy 21 2 MI. N. ol hya"" .
: SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM part time Washer ft dryer Included 473-3571. cash. 269-2169 4tchg 4/4-4/25 or 431-1887 1-pd 4/25:
C.E. Hick., 1-879-4024, Milliard, Flo. assembly work For Info' call ((504)) 2tpd 4/18-4/25 REPOSSESSED Flashing arrow signl') I COUNTRY LIVING 2 BR, Mobile Home.
4/04 "tchg25 641-8003 Ext. 9579. "/11 EOW 5/23. 2BR Take over $29.50 monthly
1BA payments
MOBILE HOME washer/dryer Garden space, adults only. Unfurnighed
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At Iowa. REAL ESTATE LICENSING and training back Complete! Big cash discount. VACUUMSALE
conn., stove, ref big enclosed $165 per month. Phone 496 2600.
;, $14.99 p.r month. Call 964.69..6.04 North Florida Real Estate College Call porch deck, large yard. 1st month < Delivered without obllgtlon for your In. 1-chg 425TYPEWRITERS:
tfn 1.755"o.cO.11 2lpd 4/25. dep. required. 473-2041: Itchg 4/25 spection. ((800)) 551.3070 for tree AND ADDING MACHINES
BLACK ANGUS BULL 9648414. VERMONT SUMMER Rent luxurious condominiums FOR RENT Union County Times, 150
4/11 3tpd /25.. PORTUNITYI In sales and delivery. We in the GREEN MOUNTAINS DARK BROWN PONY Mar. Best offer Main Street lake Butler Phone NEW & USED
LOG HOMESi Ov.r offer excellent employment benefits 473-7686. 2tpd "/2552I
40 rustic models
10chao. at reasonable summer rotes. Rent as 496-2261. TFN W'inan'e. Our Own
.. from. S.nd for FREE and advancement/Equal Opportunity low as $600 a month. SUGARBUSH KENMORE COUNTERTOP Ref., A-1 C.O.'s OUT OF TOWN Save up to $80 KIKBYSKOYALS
I BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES employer 964-8544, 1038 Edward Rd. VILLAGE R.E., Box 234 Warren, VT condition $109.50; twin box springs A man. 13.000 miles a year! PINES
Rout.On., Box 84CF.Mo.. Tennessee 4/25 Itchg 05674. Toll free ((800)) 4514326. ItFCAN 4 Inch foam mattress, very clean, QUALITY LIVING. Laundry, Park,
38575 ((615))) 258.3648.25 FCAN TEMPORARY POSITION OF CLERK: at the $21.50; 5 ft., brass plant stand $17.50; Recreation Car pools, FRIENDLY AT. EUREKAS

COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Stork. Brocket Stat. Farmers Market Typing WANTED 9 Inch oscillating fan, $7.50; AM/FM MOSPHERE Reasonable SR 121 Lake HOOVERS
Truck Stop south of Stark. 9648212. necessary Local Resident prelerred. radio ft recorder with 12 music tapes, Butler 4962366. ufn 4/25: .KLECTROLUX
11/24 tfn Call 964.6951 and leave m.nog.25 $16.50; 3 single bulb lamps, $6, $7 ft MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 3 full baths. Please
BRASS BED King size (pure brass). Complete Itpd. WANTED TO RENT June 1, 3 or more $14. "73.7812. Itpd 4/25: call 4963437. ufn 4/25: KILTER QUEENS:
with firm orthopedic mattress BABYSITTER Wanted In our home Mon bedroom furnished home In Keystone SEARS

et. N.v.r used. Still In box Cost day thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for our Repsonslble adult with one child. Local MOTORCYCLESHONDA COMMERCIALWe

$1,000; sell for $385. Cash 2692169. three daughters. 7V yrs old, 2Vi' yrs references 475-5613 ..v.nlng.18 repair all makes
4/04 "tchg25 old and 15 moV old. Call 468-2220. tfnchg Steve
CARRIER ACi 21,000 BTU 250.00. Electric 4/25 itpdAFTERNOON WANTED Used 11' Boston Whaler withor XL 350R 400 miles, 1 month Broadway AI Young'sSince

organ 100.00 works but needs repair, EVENINGS. WEEKENDS without motor. Call collect ((305)) old. S.. at Terwlllegar Motors, TREE SERVICE
19 in. B&W Zenith T.V, 35.00 Atari with Must be neat cheerful and depen 943-8560 ItFCAN Keystone Heights. 473-7824 after 6 1957

13 tapes and 2 new paddles 50.00, call dable. Aply In person 782.3580 Lawtey p.m. 21pd 4/18-4/25: Removal
964-8663 alter 3. 4/18 2tpd 4/25 Shell/Ice Cream Churn. 4/25 Itchg HELP WANTEDNEED Trimming 964.6918

BUS BODYs Mok. a good storage ara NAIL TECHNICIAN! Experienced and HOUSES FOR SALE 3 Miles north of
964-6490 964-8877 964.8963.18 sculptured Nails Manicure.HAIRPLANES FULL-TIME NURSE In private 'Stump Kemouil

2tchg 4/25 964-4645.:: "/25..!Itchg. !_ medical office in Keystone. Experience PRICED TO SELL Desirable 3BR 2BA Pirexvnnd

PINTO STUD 20 mo. old, greenbroake, prelerred. Call 473-7292.: tfnchg 4/18 frame home, 1,680 sq. ft., split BR plan, Free KstimaU eeeeaealtTh-- -
ulck to 'learn, gentle $350. Ask for Beth PERSONAL SERVICES SHEAR PERFECTION STYLING Is looking fireplace, screen porch. Financing considered Janet M.
964.8713.4/18 3tpd 5/2 for an experienced hair stylist to loin $49,500. 473-3929. 3/21 tfnchg 473-4732 :
FOR SALE By owner Massey Ferguson the staff of one of the fastest growing OCEANFRONT I bedroom suites at .
Dl..., tractor Model 135 also 6 ft. bush makes cleaned, oiled and shops In the area. For Interview appointment Crescent Beach, near St. Augustine, FL :, StarlingRealtor
hog mower all in good cond. J.M. Edwards adjusted, call Susan at Shear Perfection $46,888. Not timeshare Goodrich Keystone Heights
$15. Used sewing machines for sale !
473-7323. 2tchg "/18.25PERSONAL
964.5379.18 Brokers
2tpd 4/25 James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. Company ItFCAN ((904)) 4711477. Licensed & Insured

197. CUB FARMAlCTwfm" mower ... and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn SERVICES LOG HOMES Over 40 rustle models .. VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. 2 Ac. Hwy.
c.lI.nt condition Call 964.6558 after CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free to '-. ,, 125. 49000.
choose from. Send for
5:00 or w..k.nd.25 Itpd. estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG FREE 0395..3 br.1 1 bo. home on I ac, new, : -5 ACRES: $11,000, 10 ACRES -

CULLIGAN AUTOMATIC WATER CONDI Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559.3/29 CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work Rout. One, Box 84CF Moss HOMES Tenn. 12x36 workshop fruit trees 8 More : 22000.:

TIONER 1 year old, asking $500 tin kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry 38575. ((615)) 2583648. I tFCAN $32,500. -4.87 ACRES: Well, septic tank, 17x35
964-4695 alter 6 and weekend. 4/25 MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after #386-2 br. 1 bo. MH with addition on : Tolman pool, fenced/cross-fenced.
2tchg 5/2 Also hove quilts for sale. Assorted 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 2 ac located 100 West, partly fur. 1 $24,000.
PROM AND PADGETT DRESSES for sale sizes and designs. Batty Hildebrand, CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In. LAND FOR SALE ,.nlshed. 19000. -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12,500.

size 5.7 contact Janet at 782.3220 Coll 964-8122.6/21 tfnchg stallations. Free estimates Ten years 359-00 ac. undeveloped, 4 miles to -5 Ac.: Pv'd fmtg. 12500.
alter WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.
p.m.25 Itchg town,, paved frontage ((330 -20 Ac.: Cov'd in pines
YOUNG RABBITS ".00 .a. FRESH YOUR BUSINESS Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Owner will finance. $164 per month. {,.)...,..518,000. -SO Ac.
ONIONSi .75C a bunch. WORMS 1.75 WANT TO STOP HANDYMAN) All kinds of home repairs, 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 +. S38 N.Temple A... I : $50,000.
for 30 964-4536 or 318 W. laFayette St. THAT'S OURS mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs.No Vi ACRE Corner fenced lot. septic tank Starke, Fl 32091STRALTYOUT -3 BR, 1 BA: Country, 25500.

behind Pantry Pride 4/25 2tchg 5/2: Alcoholics Anonymous lob tod small Minor plumbing and light pole. Halfmoon Lake, $4,000. i 1 'LiQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE

BEDROOM SUITE 2 piece. Good condition 964-4150-964-6894-964-5434 repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul. Call) 17831132. 4tchg 4/11-5/2 1 : SERVICE STATION $40,000

964.6019, 115 Martin St. 4/25 Itpd pd thru 8/16 Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto 'g ,
LAZY BOY SLEEPER SOFA end tablet GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, 5/17 tfnchg.FURNITURE move on. Power, well, septic and I INc0.r0A TEo ((904)) 782-3931
and coffee table, excellent condition etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY AND ANTIQUE refinlshlng.' fence $7.000. 392.0985 or 372-7294: t.OKt P.O. Drawer
5332944. 4/25: 2tchg 5/2 9646078. Orders also taken in Lake Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jar,." .Ask for,4nd4.4tdto4LA.4625( I 964-B931 473.3096 '301 S. Lawtey
'!"'"''r I'FtEETSIDE rAKGATtV lw/wiCIoilmd9 ?Bi tlCr-496-3079'and' Keyflne"H5ghts! "'3. 5 1.'tfnchg 1/24: r"YOT-LAKE GENEVA Has well pump &

and hardward Ilk. new, no rust Ills 473-4973. 2/26 tfn CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG Interior exterior storage bldg. $29,900, $2,000 down == ---
81.85 Chev. C-10 trk $100.00 Call BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and references. Call "73.75173/1" $298: a month. Phone 473-4058 after 6

964.7500 from 8:00 to 5:00 ask for toddlers up to 5 years of age receive tfnchg p,m. 2tpd25.52 ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.
David Lawson (alter 5 964.6133)). 4/25: excellent care. Weekdays 77. Call MOUNTAIN LAND. ,
Itpd 473.7864.4/04 tfn' boathouses. Quality construction Large acreage, small acreage, cabins, ,
3 WHEELER FOR SALE: 185 S Honda, 2 PIANO LESSONS: In Your Home. With Allen Brothers Construction CALL homes. DOCKERY LAND CO., 114 Andrews RealtorFormerly

new tires new valve job, auto ignition. experienced teacher All ages, beginners 904-282-4964 or 904-685-2140. Free Rd., Murphy, N.C. 28906 Call FAULKNER REALTY
welcome 37S.13.c3.04 4tchg estimates. 4tchg 4/11-5/2 Toll free ((800)) 3317947. ItFCAN from Wishbone
new sproket and chain. Ask for Todd 221 W. Lafayette St.-Across
CARPENTRY/MASONARV Additions, ASHEVILLE N.C. By owner-6 acres, or .ffRKVQttsSMKmnjlj
964.671.25 Itchg. TOMMY'S LAWN SERVICE OF STARKE Mon.-Frl. 8:30: a.m.5:30 p.m.
Call 964.6876.11 5/2. brick block floors, tile work. 4734473. 2 to 8 acre tracts overlooking -
4tpd Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 noon
4tchg 4/18.5/9 Ashevllle. 2 miles to city limits on state
CLEANING SPECIAL $13.95 for 4 rooms
CARS & TRUCKS $3.50 addltonal Example: PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt maintained road restricted. Call ((704)) 964-5065

kitchen per, bathroom and room 2 bedroom I mildew, peeling paint from homes, 233-0147, or write Robert Carter, 6

73 BUICK LASAIRE power steering will clean offices MH, churches, driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick Golfview Rd., Asheville, N.C. a "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive
4732452. 4tchg 4/25-5/16: 28804.1 tFCAN +
brakes window., AC 82,000 miler 964.7270 9646372. 4/11 I Itchg.

6915. ",8 tfn. SERVICE Dry cleaning, sollguard ger Stains oils S polyurethene llnlthes. MOBILE HOMES

1977 CAPICEI Classic, perfect condition. micide & carpet freshner. Owned andoperated Caning 4/25-5/16 Call Joanne 473-2086. 4tpd Imagine! 100' water frontage can be yours for only $110. per month

Reasonable. 823 W Cypress St. by Don Martin & Ed Sanders. KEYSTONE BABYSITTER Flexible hrs.. adays 1913 ow MOBILE HOME 24x56, assumable mtg at 9.52 on Santa Fe River, Don't miss this great investment -
964.6191.18 4/25
2tchg Hwy. 24 West Waldo. FL 32694, Call 3BR/2BA, CH&A, furnished, shingledroof Call right away.
snacks A hot meals, clean atmosphere
1972 DATSUN P.U. TRUCK 4 speed,
short bed runs excellent. $1,300.00 Collect ((904)) ...68.1..71.11 8tpd 5/30 recreation children of all large front deck w/lakeview, opprox. *This Is an opportunity for you to own 47 acres & brick home only 4 miles

Stark. 964.6627.18 2tpd 4/25 MOWING. EDGING, TRIMMING most ages, educational learning, Individualcare 1 acre, excellent condition, from Starke. This property won't last.
178 OLDS WAGON fully equipped, anything 964.5962.4/18ltchg 5/9. childproof home Call Melanie $38,000 with assumable mortgage. S. A 15 Close to Brooker Elementary only $32,500. and we'll put you right In
Great best offer LAWN MOWING la/Small lawns. Ball 473-7087. Itpd 4/25 Melton. 473-7741. 4/4 tfnchg this nice home.
family $2,500
car or
Call) alter 964080.25 2tchg 5/2. fields playgrounds. Phone 485-1861 70 FT. MOBILE HOME 2BA 1 acre, *Country home just north of Starke and 18.9 acres reduced to sell!

1914 FORD CONVERSION VAN For Sale anytime 4/25 tfnchg MISCELLANEOUSPAC paved road 214, $1,500 down $235: a Two lovely building lots appox. one acre each on State Rd 16 toward
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 12 years experience month. Phone 473-4058 after 6 p.m. Raiford. Restricted
extra's cond. area.
loaded-lots of
fully esc '
for Info. call 431-1432 after ":30.25 and full Loss bookkeeping statements.services.Profit Taxpreparations RAT. Buy. Sell and trade. Used furniture 2tpd 4/25-5/2 r A Country Home on two acres. Great-room and lovely fireplace with

Itpd. etc. Ideal for small I appliances household Items, 3BR/2BA.
1972 HONDA CAR 31,000 mi. 50 MPG businesses. Call 964.5819 after 500. collectable, glassware, old (jewerly, NOTICECALL 1 *Assumable Mtg. priced 'In the $30. 3BR/1 BA home.

$890.00.964.8848.4/25 Itchg. 4/25 Itpd I tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 it 18 acres within the city limits off SR. 16 East.I .
1981 V.W. RABBIT CONVERTIBLE Book WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMEi County Road TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON I Investors I Reduced! Rental units. This buy won't last

valu. $7600 sacrifice $5900. 9648848. 125 West One mile between motels. YARD SALE FCAN (Florida Classllled Ad Network). Duplex with owner financing only $28,000 with 10% down.,

4/25 Itchg. For further Info., call 78:2.3525.25: For $125 ((25-words). your ad will go Into -At Starter home with low down payment and owner financing.
1979 DODGE ASPEN PS, PB, AC Extra 2tpd 52INTERIOR 56 Florida newspapers (dailies and Business acreage within city limits. PRICED TO SELL!
YARD SALE State Bank Satur
Keystone ,
clean Call 964.6558 alter 5:00 or weeklies) for a circulation of 1.000,000 *4 BR home on 10 acre form only $39,500.
day, April 27, 9 1 "/25
weekend, 4/251tpd. EXTERIOR PAINT. Home YARD SALE Sewing a.m.machines p.m. antique readers Make that money work for I.Graham-live conveniently to Gville on 4.5 Ac, 3BR/2BA.:

1976 FORD GRANADAi P.S. Auto trans. repairs and custom built cabinets, 20 tools, lots of goodies. Fri. A Sat., 8 til ? you..Sell the FCAN way. Call i *40 Acres with lovely home and pecan trees,
A/C. Make Offer. 964-4048 or yr. exper. references 9645962.18 Hwy 100 east, lake Villa Trailer Park. 964.6305DON'TC AY.CALL TODAY IREALTOR' I *Lawtey Area 17 acres fenced pasture.

9645065.._-_ 4tchg 5/9. Itpd 4/25 J ..... -- HWY 16 W. 3BR / 1 BA Side Walk and near school
JAMES NUGENT *W. Madlosn St. 38R/38A with circle dr

MOTORCYCLES ELECT. CONTRACTOR .. '/ mile north of' SR 100 on 225 3BR./2BA, DW/MH Nice Gorden Extras.

COMMERICAL RESIDENTIAL, Old farm house and barn on 70 ac. with 45 ac. in timber,

17 750 HONDA SUPER SPORT Low WIRING Poles *Close to Lake Geneva, Beautiful 38R:2BA with CH/A Chain link fence, and
mileage 6500$750 Call 964-6945 before fans additions utility bldg. Cheaper than you think.

4 p.m.25 Itpd. ceiling PHONE 964-4824 10 acres of semi-cleared land with a fish, pond ajoining it, $2,500 an acre
*Across from city hall, Nice frame house with chain link Ience.
4/18 4/25
HELP WANTEDHAIR .6.1 acres of rolling hills with 2BR/2BA brick home, Jen-aire range, CH/A
fenced, and a large carport with work shed. Come by and take a look I

STYLIST Must ihpVtollowlng. excellent -' JANES. USHEB *2 acre lot ready for your MH off :225 15000.
benetTTT.usy:: .hop. Subscribe I ... *B.autifullot 1.89 acres In Hampton Oaks
HAIRPLANES 964..645.25 tchg. You Union County Realtor *Let me show you this unique house In Lake Butler.

MASTER LEVEL with experience In 496-2126' or "" '-2903w. *lovely building site approx. 2'/i acres out past the hospital

Counseling or Related Field needed for 340 ...... ;........... 1 acre with MH 2 rooms built on needs finishing only 17,500.

Coordinator of Adult Day Treatment Shop & Compare!! 1 acre on Lafayette St. with large 3BR 2 BA C/B home 51,900.

Center Send Resume to Bradford Sptfi.il Insurance for NEW LISTING '/ acre with MH plus built on priced to sell 16,000.

Union Guidance Clinic, P.O. Box 399 Mobile Homo Harks Nice :20 acre farm with beautiful pecan trees nece BR country home.
Stark. FL 32091.: Attention Carolyn'
Spooner., E.O.E.4/25 Itchg "All I>p's of honu- Secluded 4 bedroom lovely brick home off SR 231 near RMC. 2 *Reduced. Home on Church St. remodeled nicely 35,000Home
In the with 3BR 1BA only 25,000.
HAIRDRESSER WANTED Glenda's Shear owners I policies (or minutes to town. Has cable, tool Extra large den with stone country
*Reduced Cute little Irame home In convenient location. 15,000.
_..Deslan.! _4/24 Itchg. mobile home. fireplace. Beautiful pool and cabana sets this lovely home *Call to see this all cypress home with many extras on 2 acre plus 56,000.

Call for Quote apart from neighborhood. Has many extras. First mortgage is *33 acres of land ready for you to cut timber and build your dream in country

AL'S PLUMBING> ; Olln's Mobile at 8% % and can be assumed with proper down payment. priced right 57,000.
Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
Check into this.... Susan
Residential) & Commercial I Homo Solos Sales Manager Evenings 964-4041
"Don't Pass By"eExecutive REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene
Certified Elaine M. Olin Agent,! L. Faulkner 94-8142 Ellse Johns 533-2114
State home central location In Lake Butler with .
964.5606 at approximately .Rex Slemer 473-2120 Susanne Kitchens 944-7630

-473-3552 3 acres that fronts :2 paved streets give this property Bob Matthews "".7211 Lou Young 944-7S2S

ability to be a showplacel I Could be a good candidate for j ,I Carol Warner 944-4992

-. .- income or commercial site. COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
Rental Available:
Gainesville Sun

Route Carrier NeededFor Country home setting makes this 3 BR a very attractive buy. j Property Management Division'

Price Is right, tool Approximately ..'/ miles. from Raiford -
Lake Butler Area FREE SEMINARFind
Ideal for
prison employee. out about "If we can't sell your home
Responsibilities include 7-day per newspaper NEW LISTING we'll but it." April 25. IMS TOG p.m.

delivery plus collection. Dependable transportationand Gainesville Board of REALTORS Free

cash bond required. Contact Bob' Ashley, e'-block from Main Street Lake Butler. Walk to shop Owner traniportatln from Starke. Call M4-5M3 for

1-472-3614 anxious will help In financing. Must .... reservations.r 4 'I ,
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I IIA TELEGRAPH.. April 25, 1985I

I T -iest Construction Co. Ahead of Schedule on BHS. Rebuilding


Triest Construction Co. is ahead of cleanup of smoke damage to other PRE preparation program, called general basis. Adopted a 5-year plan for the administrators.
schedule on the rebuilding job on BHS buildings was$120,000,bringingthe grades A professional services is awarded district education system as required
Phase I of Bradford High School, total cost of the clean up and after three years of successful ser' by Florida law, F.S. Chapter \
which burned last Dec. 12. rebuilding to some$586,720. Approved an Adult Basic Educa- vice and on recommendation of the 230.33. \
Triest is racing to finish the job tion Program for 1985-85 as prepared principal. The new 2-year contract Approved a cooperative agree:;
before the 1985-85 school term this In other April 15 action, the school by county vocational director offers more protection than a continuing Adopted a job description changefor ment with the Department of Health
fall. A bidding controversy delayedthe board: Millard Brown and vo-tech administrator contract, some says, but no the dean of students, including a and Rehabilitative Services.
job a month. Charles Thomas. teacher currently with a continuing requirement that candidates must
Work'began March 27 on removing Awarded a $12,900 bid to Davis contract has requested to switch to a complete certification within two
damaged steel and insulating deckon Express of Starke on a used truck- Reappointed annual contract professional services contract. years of accepting the position. Supt.
the roof, architect Don Morgan tractor for the commercial vehicle teachers for the 85-86 term, and one Under a professional services con Jim Duncan proposed to laxen that -Approved a request for$30,000 in
told the school board April 15.A new driving program. continuing contract teacher. In a tract (PSC) a teacher is notified during rule, but the school board said the state funds to increase the memory
poured insulating deck was com first of its kind move here, the board the annual evaluation by the idea was to require beginning ad- capacity of the IBM System 36 com-
pleted April 12. Approved an application for a awarded 10 teacher the new profession principal and is given one year to ministrators to be certified and to puter system so it can be programm.
The rebuilding job will cost the grant to place an educational services contract. These correct the problem. If a problem stop hiring unqualified candidates.The ed to do student scheduling. Computer
school board $369,722. Architecturalfees enhancement program in grades 45. teachers would here-to-fore have goes uncorrected. the teacher may board said the requirement expert Dr. Steve Miller said
of$28,720, smoke damage clean It is an extension to grades 4-5 of the been given continuing contract, Be placed back on annual contract or should also be included in the job the memory would be increased
up of Phase I was $14.000. and same type of program as the which will no longer be awarded on a given no contract at all. description of principals and other from 80 to 200 megabytes.

I Bradford School Board Cuts 11 Staff Positions from RosterA I

school staffing allocation chartof this fall than is estimated now. The problem, said Board Member creased."I 3igrfirant moves planned for professional l who works there; will
289.2 persons, a decrease of 11.5 Supt. Jim Duncan explained that Rodney P. Hall, is that every year guess..my problem is, I'm next year are'Providing be transferred from Bradford Highto
positions over the current school programs could be terminated if the the student count (FTE units which afraid to trust the figures," said the vo-tech center where there is
year was approved Monday nightApril students expected don't show up for stands for Full Time Equivalent board member Hall. more room. The county-wide media
15, by the Bradford School the first five or six days of school students) are estimated high, the The 11.5 fewer personnel is partially guidance counselors to center currently is in a portion of the
Board for the 1985-85 school year.It this fall. school system loses anticipatedstate made up of teachers never the elementary schools. It had been BHS library.
Duncan explained the staff alloca- funds because the students hired at the vo-tech: center which planned to have psychologists but
tions were made on student count don't show, and the money has to be underwent the most severe student qualified personnel could not be The middle school will have 1.5
was with reservations that the projections for this fall, and are bas cut from the maintenance program. drop. There will also be 3.6 fewer found and the switch to guidance media specialists (librarians) up
new staffing chart was approvedwith ed on state averages.Projections for "We're really hurting in the whole basic teachers and 2.1 additional counselors was made. from one, which is badly needed,
months yet before the actual the 85-86 school year are made more maintenance area," said Hall. guidance counselors. Nobody will Supt. Duncan told the school board.
student count for the 85-86 term will conservatively than in past years, Duncan agreed the maintenance lose his job, Supt. Duncan has explained BMS has 900 students. BHS with
be known. School board membersfeel the new. superintendent explained tow corps cannot keep up with the work ; attrition will take care of The county-wide media center 1,025 students has two fulltime .
the student count might be lower''' fKA q* brw>l "I''',"/< now, and the staff needs to be in- the small decrease. had Martha Green, the para media specialists. j


. BHS boys finish fourth .

." '
/ ? :: : ...'
BUS was fourth out of eight teamsat leg in around 50 seconds. :. )
the Chiefland-Hardee's Invita-
tional Track Meet last Wednesday. Santa Fe 85, Hamilton 75, d/t. ..... .....;:
April 17, in Chiefland. Jeffeson 67"is: BUS 48! /:*, ;l" .
"A good" closing meet for the Chiefland 43: Dixie County .
season, said Coach George Loper.
'"We saw several teams in the 42, Trenton 1 19!), Bronson 17 :: :
district who we had not seen 100:((2)T. Jones 9.93, R. Bellamy SHOWER d ;;;/L.... .. ct2
before." 10.5 B. Lane I.09
Highlights for the meet were Tony 1-Mile: (2)P.) McKinney 4:52.77,11.:
Davis second at 9.93 in the 100 and Cooper 6:08440Relay:
his first place finish in the quarter in : (5)) BHS: Davis-Hall- d d l''
50.3."At Bellamy-Sanders 45.38 OF SAVINGS sea
the finish line, he was truly 440: T. Jones 50.3, (4)B.( Lane
walking away with it," said Coach 60.11, ((6)C. Hankerson 63.66 .
Lopen 880: ((4)P.) McKinney 2:10.55: S.
Also noted was Lonnie Hamiltonand Abdulla 2:30SprintMedley:
his improved performance in : ((2)) BHS: Johnson- -27
the shot with a throw of 43'5" which Hall-Davis-Hankerson 3:49.3: From Gold Kist I April((2 1985: !

earned him fifth place. 220: ((3)T.) Davis 22.39, ((6)L.) _
Paul McKinney was second in the Sanders 23.09, B. Lane 24.3
mile at 4:52.77: and fourth in the 880 2-Mile: E. Tennant 10:53.24:
at 2:10.55.: Eddie Tennant had been Mile-Relay: (4) BHS: Hall-
second to cross the finish line but McKinney-Sanders-Bellamy 3:36.56:
was disqualified following a bump- Shot: ((5)L.) Hamilton 43'5", A. \
ing incident. Timmons 36'2", A. Roach 33'3"
The sprint-medley relay team was Discus: A. Timmons 90'10", A. ,
second in 3:49.3: and saw the returnof Roach 80'HighJump
Wesley Johnson after injuring his : T. Davis 5'6" SHOVELS
leg/ several months ago. Long-Jump: R. Bellamy 19'2'z"
W. Johnson 17'4", D. Patterson 14'7'f t 59
The mile-relay was fourth, with Triple-Jump: Hampton 36'11", D. SALE .
Robert Bellamy running the anchor Patterson 36'9"


Recreation Department News

Ball-Time Again..,

With the weather warming up, it's getting time to start swinging those
bats and scooping grounders again. BOW RAKES: HOES
The Starke Recreation Department has a full season on tap for the
younger set. 59 $339
T-Ball for All... ** 99
T-Ball registration for youngsters 4-6 year olds runs until May 17. Feeis
$6 for the season to pay for the cap and Tshirt.To .
sign your child up, go by the Pratt Street Center from 3-5 p.m. or the
Old Armory on 301 from 8:30: a.m. un.til5:50: p.m.

Small Fry and Juniors...

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

Spring Tennis Tournament... DS40P

A single elimination men's and women's tennis tournament is scheduled Spreader Durable Galvanized .jl
for the Pratt Street and Bradford High School courts May 17,18,and 19. No-rust hoppers Strong- I i iI
Deadline for entry is Friday May 10.
Entry fee is $8 for doubles and $4 for singles. Balls will be provided by Rugged -yet lightweight 20 gal Size ) N0.e610 i
the Rec Dept with brackets and schedules being finalized by Tuesday, $ 95 *9MSALE$659 j" TREE: Ralide* tree;
May 14.Contact. Regular 36" SALE 19 REG. quorterhorse bars;
the 12" front, 6"
Rec Dept for further details. '-
Broadcast Spreader $220 wldex 6" high gullet
Bradford Fitness Run... & 3" deep dish cantie. .
The annual Bradford Fitness 5-K and 1-mile fun runs are scheduled for PB.47 No-rust hopper fertilizer, 30 g.SALE- \ RI691N0cony.: .
May 11.The Spreads Regular n4" $205 rigging skirts slotted
5-K run starts in front of the Fitness Center at 8:30 a.m. The one- seed, salt chemicals $959 I & reinf. for Installing
mile fun run starts at 9:30: a.m. Multiple spread SALE: flank billets. TRIM:
-I Sponsors for the race are the Florida National Bank, Bradford settings J I 1 Embossed black or
Hospital, Inc. and the Center for Health and Fitness. All proceeds will be brown pattern, double -
used to build a par-course and jogging trail next to the hospital. Vw Regular'38" SALE $2895 > It.>>..J rosette, 1W
Last year 120 runners entered the run with Frank Reynolds of Jackson Cheyenne roll. 15"
ville winning the men's title in 16:18: and Lisa Carter of Starke finishing in Padded Seoi >
22:47: to take the women's trophy home. iPRAYER'
A par-course is a fitness trail which is run. Along the route are a WHEELBARROWSKS3
number of stations where the runner does a variety of exercises such as *

;Sit-ups or pull-ups. Shamrock. air Compressed type, HORSE

Vietnam Vet Runs for MIA's... 0 Plastic body + FEED

To call attention to the almost 2,500 American servicemen still unac- -- Regular .
counted for in Southeast Asia, Army Master Sergeant Larry McNatt will .1" '25" 14%
.run from Tampa to Jacksonville April 28 through May 1. Drawn steel tray JHORSE
The 14-year special forces veteran,presently assigned to the ROTC program 'Stronglightweight '''SALE fEE ; GOLDEN
at University of South Florida in Tampa, is making the effort on HORSE
behalf of the National League of POW-MIA Families. This organizationis s24' "SALE $1988 $1988 .
Regular FEED
seeking an accounting for the missing servicemen in Southeast Asia.
McNatt is scheduled to stay overnight at the KOA campground south of At Very Special
Starke on Tuesday April 30.

Bike-A-Thon.... Plus Many more special values! SALE PRICES!

A Bike-A-Thon to benefit the St.Jude Children's Hospital set for May
.18, with an alternate date of May 25, if it rains.. .Come in today! Save real dollars_ !
The "Wheel's for Life" bike-a-thon is sponsored by the Starke Junior
Womqn's Club. For further information contact Mrs. Shan Johns, 131
t South Walnut St., Starke. Everyone welcome, Where you see the Gold Kist sign!

Looking for: Mr. Ugly...

Come one,come all to see the-ugliest,... uh, gentlemen BHS has to offer
Friday, May 3,in the school auditorium.
Under the sponsorship of the All Sports Club, the BHS Mr.Ugly contest
will determine which. of the contestants will walk down the runway with FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE
the coveted title.
For only $2 at the door; you can be In the audience to see the lovely 2210 N. Temple Ave. 964-7871 I '
Ophelia. Gypsy,Rose and Lialaya) strut their stuff. Festivities begin .at 7:30 A.M. 5:15: P.M. Mon.-Sat. GOLD KI5T
7to;;: p.m.. so be on time to see these three and their companions. _
Door prize, will be given away as part of the show. Sorry ladies, the. Il / sM
gentlemen are not part of the prizes.
Come on out and support the All Sports Club.

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out in light silver riding attire, above left and right) bring their charges my" Gladwell shows off one of her prize thoroughbreds to prospective Proud Owner...
around the exercise track at the Ocala Breeders Complex. buyers at the auction. i* ,
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n Noted Bradford Horse Trainer J.L. "Jimmy" Gladweli scores big at Ocala Horse Sale 1

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half a mile. succeed. A I The House in Ocala and Becky broke her hand this
SPECIAL FEATURE' WRITER' / Hampton Farm. Kentucky, Marylandin past year
+,* : :. A Frofitable''Affdil'& :;., To prepare a thoroughbtedyesrling "'.'3tt6cated.on. US 'y>l.jusC'south' j>C; the fall, then put at least 90 days whflt.working-with\ //I,,r. t.--r' .
During the 17th century, British" for a sale, It takes an educatedeye Starke, stables many fine racedraining'hhd' conditioning The horses are also groomedrex-
race 'enthusiasts produced the J.L. "Jimmy" and Billie Ruth for good conformation and thoroughbred race prospects. Dur before they sell two-year-old race tensively by Bobbie Davis, 22, of
ultimate race-horse through selec Gladwell of Hampton House Farm soundness, knowledge of veterinary ing the week of Feb. 19-24, twelve of prospects. These horses have been Lawtey, to obtain that show sheen
tive breeding of eastern stallions have succeeded in making the medical practices, the hiring of com the Gladwell's 36 young broke correctly and galloped six that !is so vital in a sale ring.

and native mares. business of conditioning and training rooms and exercise riders, thoroughbreds made the quick trip days a week by their exercise ridersto 2 olds.
coupler Exhibiting ..
The thoroughbred, characterizedby thoroughbreds for two-year-olds in- with the ability of the from Hampton to the Ocala strengthen their young legs; this
its fine head,deep girth, powerful training sales into a profitable one. trainer to take the horse towards its Breeders' Sales complex. The prepares them for the faster 'breez- Horses that are consigned to the
and well full potential. Hampton House crew had its work mgr they'll receive with their next two-year-olds in training sale are ex
quarters, strong legs, as as Today, thoroughbred racing is an
speed and stamina,is considered the immensely popular sport. Althoughthe cut out, even though the crew was trainers. hibited under tack by the girls the

swiftest of all equine breeds over a knowledge of horse pedigree to At Ocala Sale... already ending late.used to starting early and Hampton House Crew.... days Buyers before are as better well as able on sale to make day.

Once settled in barn 9, the feeding, Hampton House now has two exer more sound decisions from the
watering, grooming walking, stall- cise riders and one groom. trackside rather than just the ring

cleaning, and exercising commenced. Becky Cooney, 20, who is considered
w:, It was not unlike a typical day at Jimmy s assistant trainer sale.Hampton House thoroughbreds
'wf Hampton House; however, these and number one exercise rider, has carried their colors on the track; the
new surroundings created an added been riding competently for five girls wore white silks with blue let
f "s edge to these already fiesta colts and years. Becky, who had broke very tering while riding high in the exer
fillies. Billie Ruth describes them horse that was consigned cise saddle. This jockey-style actively -
,. appropriately as being 'on the mus ton House, ended up tiring the assists the horse's movements as

.. -. --,- d cle' at the Ocala Breeders' Sales Gladwell's high seller, an 'Our well as keeps the animal in control.
track. Native' colt, that brought $32,000.
Jimmy and Billie Ruth pick up Genie Rising, 19,jumped right into See... Trainer
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'l'1I""lillllll'lltN from Germany spent three weeks with l local families In
J Hi'mlfonl mid Clay counties us part of an exchange program between the
\ countries.
From right to left on the front row: Gunhild Plocler. Ute Stemmeler.
Sylke erdsen, Uta Hoffmann. Susie Uedke. Taljana Mcdke. Astrid,
II Lebfii. (iabi Koch and Anja Khrhardt. .
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: i Kulke, JuerKen Fashhrnder! Klaus Sehwope, Alex Weiss, Dirk Ludwig,
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German exchange students enjoy stay in BradfordBy RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C.

!Mark Kriedlin Erftstadt is a small, agricultudlly think many of the students here at most said they liked the same 473.7213
BCTStaffWriteeAmerica oriented town "similar to Starke in BUS were interested in finding out musical groups who are so popular
was "big fast-paced, ex many ways" but "in other ways what we are like as well. The pro- here )uran-Duran, Michael Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights
citing" and "lots of fun" for a groupof quite different" according to Mrs. gram strengthens the bond betweenour Jackson, Cyndi Lauper and Def Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00:
18 students from a small town Wacholz-Kulke, who said her two countries.Most people in our Lepard. :
called Erftstadt in West Germanywho students had no trouble adjusting to country have a very positive opinionof The students also attended several Weekends, Evenings 4737894PONTOONS
visited Starke and Bradford life in the states. "They have been the U.S. right now. These exchange parties hosted by some of their host -. -. ..
High School during the past three excited about meeting the people programs should be expand families with whom they spent muchof -
weeks. here. They are all so crazy about the ed in the future. I hope they will. their off-time, including a covered
The students who came to the U.S. American television shows which The students seemed to be quite dish dinner at Allen and Jerrie
were first rate academically and are so popular back in Germany." interested in absorbing as much Richardson's house on Little Lake
very well educated, many conversing The students got a good look at the popular culture as possible in their Santa Feand a an outdoor cookout at NOW IN STOCK
well in three languages, a tributeto local economy here in Starke and all-too-brief stay, many purchased Starke Attorney Richard Welty's
their educational system. surrounding areas as not all of their .records on their shopping trips and house in Starke.
What did they want to be when field trips were recreationally
they graduated? oriented. They visited the Lawtey
"A physicist" said one "a Correctional Institute, the DuPont
doctor' said another "a chemist", Mine and Administration complexand I "IP TRY SHOP"NOW I
"an engineer". "aerospace studies" Camp )Blanding as well as attending -
were just some of the careers these classes at BUS ("much easier
highly motivated students wished to than our schools", according to
pursue.Bradford. one). OPENAt
High School administrator Each student selected for the trip S-
Julie Miller was the had to attend educational seminars
driving force behind he effort to brIng before they left Germany in order to Out}New Location ....
the exchange program to Btad- prepare them fortne,sights, sounds, ySOlrVesfMaafson Stre 'f'- Starke M1 r! slln
ford County, and she was assisted in and local customs in which they
her efforts to accomodate the groupof would soon be immersed. (Corner of SR 100 & Westmoreland Street)
travelers by Chamber of Com- They were quite interested in the
merce President Mike Cooney, who business as well as the cultural side
arranged tours the area for the of life in the U.S.
students and of local The students also took tour of the
a group parents
who hosted the visitors. Bradford Vo-tech center in Starke. Same Bakery Boating, the #1 outdoor sport In Americal And what
"All of the people here have been then went on an outing to better way to enjoy than to entertain from the deck of
very gracious" said teacher Gisela Cumberland Island. your own pontoon boat powered by a "Mercury outboard"
Wachholz-Kulke in almost flawless On the recreational side, the
English. "The south is charming and students visited Crasecent Beach, Same Service '. motor.
the environment is very different spent some time shopping in
than it is back home. The students Gainesville and visited Disney
were especially excited by their World, where they "acted like
-visits to the seashore. We live in a typical tourists" and enjoyed the *
town that quite far from the ocean, world-famous amusement park. Same Prices -
so it was a new experience for them. "I wish we could have more of -nrayjnnwg
Mrs. Miller has been especially these exchanges," Mrs. Wachholz-
helpful. She has made us feel very Kulke said. "They are an invaluable Eyrabliyhrd 1469

welcome- -here.-"-- experience for these students, and I | PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE |

f growth in education.That is why she :Y<
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helping them to see their own ability .
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Peggy Hollingsworth NEW USED & REPOSSESSED HOMES ;
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Peggy Hollingsworth is Lake .
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member of the week.
Peggy is a native of Union County. C"adwiCK- i BdgewoodBYFLEETWCOD
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 14' x 60'Serial
Lee Crawford. Peggy has one BfFLEETWCODJL 24' x 50'Serial .
daughter, Amber, a fourth grader at ... Not 8730
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Texas, and Michigan. Shingle roof, Masonite .r 1 .. .
Before becoming a teacher,Peggy HOMES 1 t ) JlT
worked in banking and as a legal Siding, F/F Refrigerator, TO 8 > I ,

secretary. She received her A.A. ,. CHOOSEFROM ., .
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from Lake "
degree City Community "
College and her B.A.E. from the Beams, Tub Surrounds, Cottage Door, Hutch. &

University of Florida, where she .,... J Delivered & Set-Up t Buffet F/F Ref
graduated with honors. i d rr :. =!"" Wired Ceiling Fan, Unfur- rtgerator,
Peggy is a member of the Lake, .
Butler Church of Christ,where she is J $ nished. $ 47 4H& 4T& House-Type Door,
a Sunday School Teacher ,I I 6 900 Dei'vered' & Set-Up Iff 11111 Garden Tub, 30 gal.
She is also a member of the Gold ty V
Key and Kappa Delta Pi, an educa- _W/H, Chapel Ceiling, Unf .
tional fraternity.As .
an educator, Peggy believes Come out and check' our prices. Drive little ..
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that love is the key to a child'sTo sa"ealot.oursl'r"iceis'l'condlono/l ..._ .. _

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*lt April 25. 1985
Chimney Fires ,
Are Among the Top 10 .1;

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Protect your horn
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.. sale for an average of 22000. They Safe Chimney
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profit after the sale. Dlonkenshlp Chlmnvy Sweep
ret 't' .; :: _bt L 1nTtli4 The remaining Hampton House
thoroughbreds will be sold at similar
sales In Ocala and Louisiana in
March and in Maryland In May.
Racing has been known as the
'Sport of Kings'; however,thanks topeople t s sUE
like J.L. and Billie Ruth
Gladwell.an optimistic horse person
could feel the ultimate pleasure of
the race or even own that one race- VALUE DAYS
4? A r. horse that manages to win and
perhaps make possible that royal .e
road to riches. tW.ci

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r Starke 964.5451 you purchase any Snapper catcher or dump cart-FREEI!
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exercise rider at this Ocala sale, Off '
says she prepared herself like an 20 % 7:05 9:15 200.00 '
.athlete training for the Olympics.Her Dualie Sat. & Sun. 4:45, 7:05 9:15 7-
first out at the OBS track, Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:45 -- .
was a big colt that would sometimes One Ton, 4-Door Retail- -
want to "buck and play", she said. 2 YEAR _
,Even though she was so scared she This is a Black Beauty! 301 DRIVE-IN LIMITED WARRANTY .
:scouldn't even get her "leggin's" on. Silverado-PS/PB Service Starke 964.7484 .
;Genie knew she had to make him
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." She passed the starting gates and & f"'OOIIOIHElfl51\' AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS
Finance charges accrue'from date ol purchase.
:took her first lap at a trot alongsidethe Mover 12.588 I .'These features are available for the SNAPPER rider you now own_Aak dealer for detail
; pony-horse then she kicked him
;:into a gallop for the second lap while All IJWlGOrq Rivers Hardware Lawnmower
:standing up in her now natural 1984 Manning
:jockey position. She goes on to tellhow f>rodu(,jbyBUPtDTHTTZJQ 85 East Main Street 100
; the colt stayed in the middle of Parts |IpG-IJ|_- O-"nrtbyM'CHAELSChUlTlPLUS ...... ... Lake Butler Keystone Heights
the track all the way around and just Camaro
:looked over at the grandstand as
j they[ passed but didn't duck. With Starke Power Equipment Doc's Saw Shop

:her first ride a good one, she then BREAKIN II 438 S. Walnut St. Starke Worthington Springs1SANTA ..
;felt more confident that she could Sport .
; horses look as good. A Super Nice Car ',,,- "
i,i On sale day, one of the fillies that'' ...cQM co
'Genie rode, a grey 'Recitation'lilly, tt. \I
r .'ended up being Hampton House's second ONLY $8288001fCHEVY 1 H1i\ FE COMMUNITY' LE6Eb q'?

highest selling filly at $21,000. (\ I
,. $3.3 Million Sales... ALLEG aILEG
Of 143 thoroughbreds sold at the j
Ocala Breeders' Sale, the gross was 1901 N. Temple N. TEMPLE AVE. PH. 964.5382
3279500. The average horse Starke Florida STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
... brought $22,934 and the high seller, OLDS ,
an 'Irish Tower' colt, sold for 9647500c
$90,000. Jimmy and Billie Ruth sold .
.nine of their 12 thorouehbreds at the -
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ff:: Discount! Monday ... April . . PREREGISTRATION 800am3: :30 p.m. & 6:00: -7:00: p.m.
#' ) Daily ._. .. April 812. .. PREREGISTRATION 800: a.m. 3:30: p.m.
II r Thursday.. .. April 11. . PREREGISTRATION 8:00: a.m. 3:30: p.m. & 6:00-7:00: : p.m.
(({ ..".-2 ,
: r 1 Dally. ....... April 22-26. .., Registration for Starke Classes
: 'flc(l /j Thursday..._.. April 25. . ... Special Evening Registration (Starke Classes Only) 6-7 p.m.
Monday.. ... May 6 . ... Special Evening Registration (Starke Classes Only) 6-7 p.m.
; Tuesday. .. May 7 . .. ALL FEES DUE (In Starke)

Wednesday. ... May8. . ... Classes ScheduleAdjustment
V T\ 8:00: am -3:30: p.m.&6-7 p.m.

Monday . May 13 .... .. Last day to drop class (In Starke) & receive a refund
Monday . May 27 .. ... Last day to drop class & have removed from record
Wed., Thur. June 19 20 .. Final Exam Days [Exam Times (In Starke Only) 7-9 p.m.)

; :
or POS 2041 A61 P American Nat'! 7:00-10:15N: : MW 3 Green
14 1 MGF 1113 A61 P Principles of Math 7:00-10:15N: : MW 3 Golliday
SYG 2410 A62 P Marriage and 7:00-10:15N: : TH 3 Koolstra
I the Family
REL 2120 A62 P Religion in 7:00-10:15N: : TH 3 McFadden
:- America
C TERM (Once weekly until August 7)
COC 1201 C62 D Computer 7:00-9:45N: : T 3 Miller
Concepts I ISUMMER
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The Bradford Hospital Center for Health and Fitness is offering senior citizens

Dally .. ... June 10-21.. REGISTRATION 8.00 a.m, .3:30: p.m
,ages 62 and over a 35% discount on a one-year membership. Monday .. .. .. June 17 .... Evening Registration 6:00 7.00: p.m.

c For only $180 a year you receive: Monday .. .. June 24 ..... FEES DUE (In Starke)
Tuesday .. June 25. ... Classes Begin/Schedule Adjustment 8:00-3:30: : and
6.00-7:00: p.m.
4z an introductory fitness evaluation 'Thursday.. . June 27 ... Last day to drop class in Starke & receive refund
Thursday. .. July 4 ... ... No classes Independence Day Holiday
E a nutrition lecture Monday. .. .. July 15 .. .... Last day to drop class & have removed from record
stretch &,flex exercise class every Monday and Wednesday at 8:30: a.m. Wed., Thur. August 7-8.... Final Exam Days in Starke (Time 7-9 p.m. in Starke only)

use of the Center's facilities Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. 4 p.m.. STARKE CLASS SCHEDULE

and Saturday 8 a.m. 4 p.m. .

M daily blood pressure and heart rate check. COURSE SECTION ID 'COURSE..TITLE TIME DAYS CR INSTRUCTOR

E DEP 2004 B61 P Human Growth 7:00-10:15N: : MW 3 Pappas
& Development
ENC 1001 &
g For more information call the ENC 1001 L B61 N Basic Writing 5:30-10:15N: : MW 0 Montangne

for Health and Fitness Skills & Lab .
4 1 .c w; BH ,Center \

= at 9644210. ,.-' MUL 1011 B62 P Music 7:00-10:15N: : TH 3 Dack
.'.. Healthcare System.. Inc., GEB 1011 ,B62 D Intro to 7:00-10:15N: : TH 3 Trofholz
: member of Santa ft
Bradford Hospital are
BH. Center for Health and Fitne. and Business
a not for profit Florida healthcare corporation. *,

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April 25,1985 Page 5B

II Bradford State Attorney Office Dismisses Large Case Load I


During the Willie Williams charged with tary School; defendant pled to other
month of February Jim Calvin Carroll arrested Oct. Mark Mattox arrested
June 11 to of less
pled guilty possession than
there were 42 ,mew or individual escape; pled guilty placed on 15 charges of burglary. and 11 for threat against public servant, 1983 for forgery and passing forged 20 grams, sentenced to one year
years probation. Sworn complaint of burglary probation
felony cases received in the Bradford battery of law enforcement officer, instrument; pled guilty to forgery fees
attorney $200.
Martin arrested Sept. 25 for attempted arson; lacks prosecutivemerit.
County Office of the State At-
substance placed
possession of controlled on probation five years; Thomas Hamilton arrested Nov.
torney, according to Investigator aggravated battery; pled guilty to (cannabis) contest to bat- violation of
pled no probation filed June
Wiley Clark. reckless discharge of firearm, placed Suzette Griffis,arrested Sept.5 for ; 12, 20 for delivery of controlled
on 60 days issuing worthless check restitution tery, probation one year under DOC admits to allegations in VOP, substance; pled guilty to possessionof
unsupervised proba-
Five cases received involved In- tion. made. ; supervision, fined $200 and attend sentenced to 24 months DOC and five less than 20 grams of cannabis,

mates Information in Florida prisons.filed Julian Moore arrested Nov. 28 for Lawrence Kerry Roberts, Inmate alcohol counseling! years probation.Kim placed on probation one year, pay
was 30 prior Norris
on arrested
cases and 30 cases were dismissed Issuing worthless check; pled no Florida State Prison, charged with William Frazier arrested Aug. battery of law enforcement April officer 17 for attorney fee $200.
Edward Aldridge arrested Nov. 20
contest, sentenced to five aggravated battery and possessionof
'j by the state There years pro- 13,1982 for concealed
, attorney. was no bation. carrying resisting arrest with violence and in- for delivery of controlled substance;
action taken on eight cases and two contraband (a weapon); case firearm; pled guilty 1 placed on three terferring with police officer; pled pled guilty to possession&was plac-
Julian Moore arrested Nov. 28 for lacks prosecutive merit.
felony appeals were received. Two years probation alter several arrests guilty to
; opposing officer ed
an on for
probation one ,
issusing worthless check to Winn Tom Lindsey arrested Dec. 26 for year pay
i pleas of guilty were accepted and for violation probation in sentenced to five years probation, $200 fees.
the office to declined to prosecute Dixie; pled no contest,placed on five aggravated battery; victim does not 1983-84, admitted to allegations in fined$250; arrested Jan. 15 for VOP, James attorney Warren Paulk arrested
four cases. years probation.. wish to prosecute. VOP affidavit, order vacating probation admits VOP continued.
probation Nov. 20 for burning to defraud insurer *
William Arthur Hall arrested Oct. William Vasco Jr ar-
Forsyth, ;
31 ,sentenced to 30 months DOC. Hurve Waldron}
were filed in charged with aggravated false & fraudulent insurance
3 for possession of cannabis and rested Nov. 11 for criminal attempt-
misdemanor cases, and four cases victim Kevin Griffin arrested Oct. 31, assault, transferred to claims; pled guilty to burning to
cannabis murder and false
; poed guilty inprisonment;
were dismissed 1983 for aggravated battery; pled no misdemeanor.Mark defraud
by the state at- placed on probation three
to unlawful manufacture of does not wish to
con- prosecute.
contest to assault
torney. The office declined to aggravated Anthony Shoemake, inmate
prosecute years.
trolled substance, placed on four Anthony Dwayne Webb, arrestedDec.
21 cases and 17 pleas of guilty sentenced to one year restitution UCI,charged with escape; pled guiltv Theresa Lynn Seltz arrested Sept.
years probation, fined $1,500 and 15 for burglary of conveyance;
were accepted.There center and four years probation; admits sentenced to twn vpnrc r r)c, 30 for introduction of contraband; pl-
court costs $589. defendant has moved, facts do riot
were no juvenile petitions Gary Dennie Wells, arrested Nov. warrant extradition. to allegations in VOP affidavit, Chris Goodman arrested Nov. 27 ed guilty to introduction, placed on
filed during February and two prior 7 for possession of a controlled Raymond Peneel Tyson charged sentenced to 30.months DOC for delivery of controlled substance; probation tw yeas.r '

cases were dismissed by the state attorney substance and - _ .. -.....
sale of a controlled with aggravated assault; case lacks -10 ------ -
14 received
action cases nonjudicial substance; pled guilty to possessionof prosecutive merit.
approval. cocaine, placed on three years Ethel Ford charged with welfare
During the month of March 44 probation. fraud; pre-trial intervention (PT1)) Norman's Market
new individual cases and/or felony Ewell Craft arrested Nov. 6 for contract signed, defendant pled to
possession of controlled substanceand other charges. !
defendants '
for r
prosecution were *
recived during?: the month, said sale of a controlled substance; Ismael Rivera arrested Dec.18 for U.S. 301 South < Clark. pled guilty to possession of controlled burglary of conveyance and petit "The
None of the cases were prison substance and sale of controlled theft; defendant pled to other ,d Country Store For More"Open
related. substance; placed on seven years charges.Eddie.
Information was filed on 22 prior probation, fined $2,000. Bailey charged with 8:30: am 7 pm Mon, thru Sat.
cases and 37 cases were dismissed George Young, Jr., FSP, charged burglary of conveyance and petit
by the state attorney. No action ws with attempted murder; judgementof theft; defendant pled to other Compare Our Prices & savelll!
taken on four cases and the office acquittal granted during trial. charges.
Timothy Allen Bryan arrested Richard Howard Float arrestedOct. 1
declined to prosecute: 18 cases. Two We
violation of probations were handled Nov. 6 for possession fo controlled 12 for manufacturing cannabis; Accept USDA Food Stamps

and there was one jury trial. substance and sale of a controlled completed PTI. 4 .
62 informatiions were filed in substance; pled guilty to sale of con- Betty Mae Lott arrested Dec 16 ; /
misdemenaor court and 23 prior trolled substance, sentenced to 18 for attempted murder; insufficient iivi
cases were dismissed. There was months DOC consecutive to any evidence as to this defendant, lacks .
WjoIDl.THE [ )( )
were one trial accepted.and twelve Two pleas cases of guilty were sentence federal relating court. to prior violationsin locate prosecutive essential merit witness.and unable to

dismissed by time court and the office John Spencer arrested November Clay McRae arrested Sept. 23 for
declined to prosecute 25 cases. 6 for possession of controlled petit theft and burglary of structure;
Two juvmle petitions wre filed in substance and sale of controlled defendant completed PTI. WORD GETS AROUND !

juvenile court and two cases were substance; pled guilty to sale of controlled Robin Emanuel Williams, inmate .
dismissed by state+ attorney. Twelve substance, placed on proba- FSP, charged with aggravatedj N
cases received non-judicial action tion three years, fined $1,000, at- tery; victim does not wish to pro- Boneless Boneless
torney fees $350. secute.
approval.The .
Michael Stephen Bryan, arrested Ismael Rivera arrested Dec. 18 for a
following, individuals and/or Nov. 6 for possession of controlled grand theft; defendant pled to other CHUCK
cases were dismissed in February substance and sale of a controlled charges.
:and March. substance; pled guilty to possessionof Eddie Earl Bailey charged with NS
t controlled substance, placed on grand theft; defendant pled to other ROAST1.49Lb.
Thomas Allen Larkin arrestedOct. probation for five years, concurrantwith charges.
27 for disorderly conduct following case. Eddie Earl Bailey arrested Dec. 'Yi
resisting arrest: with violence and Michael Stephen Bryan, arrested 20 for burglary and grand theft; pled
battery of law enforcement officer; Nov. 6 for possession of a controlled guilty to burglary of conveyance,
pled guilty to resisting arrest substance and sale of a controlled placed on probation four years, 1.39Lb.
without violence, sentenced to one substance; pled guilty to sale of con- special condition 364 days DOC. C.
year probation. trolled substance, placed on ten Eddie Earl Bailey arrested Dec.
Suzanne Carol Williams arrestedOct. years probation, six months DOC, 20 for burglary and grand theft; pled
27 for disorderly conduct pay $5,000 to FDLE, fined $2,000. guilty to burglary of a conveyance,
resisting arrest with violence and Sworn complaint of grand theft; placed on four'years probation con- Boneless v
battery of law enforcement officer; dismissed, case lacked prosecutivemerit. currant with above case, fined $250 !
pled guilty to battery, placed on one Denise White Money arrested July GROUND
year probation. Johnnie Blaine Thompson, charged 29 for introduction of contraband; pied CALIFORNIASTEAK
Samuel Shawn Clark arrested Oct. with possession of controlled no contest, placed on probationone CHUCK
28 with resisting !arrest with substance and sale of controlled year, fined $500. '
violence,battery of law enforcement substance; defendant sentenced on Mark D. Mattox arrested Oct. 10
officer and th reatening a public ser- other charges. for issuing worthless check to Winn Family Pack 3 Lb. or More
vent; pled to resisting without Sworn complaint issuing worthless Dixie ($95.20);; pled guilty,placed on
.r violence,.paced on one year proba- check; restitution made. probation five years concurrent with'

1.' ion o .... Linda! K, Griffin,charged with Issuing following case. ,0 tAMarkD -.. 's1 ir59 CUBE STEAK 1 3 g.Lb. .
18: Sy'rO'estertiott arr ii\iiik. foP- worthless check;, 'TG&1'-r :\Mattox air; f."Oct. >Hf r : .t '
aggravated assault and kidnapping; $146.28; restitution made. for issuing worthless check to" WD Lb.
pled guilty to battery, sentenced to Linda K. Griffin, charged with issuing ($90.20); pled guilty, placed on probation 1.99
serve five week-ends in Bradford worthless check,Pantry Pride five years. Lb.
County Jail.George $240.91; restitution made. Nolan L. Woodburn arrested Oct.
DeS.ue arrested Dec. 18 for Jarotha Morris, arrested Nov. 5 26 for aggravated battery; pled guil-
aggravated eissault; pled guilty to for issuing worthless check to Pan- ty to aggravated battery, placed on BEEF BOSTONBUTTS
reckless displ)ay of firearm, sentenced try Pride $59.52; defendant pled to probation 15 years. Oak Creek
to one year BCJ, after srving 84 other charges. Ernest Williams,Jr. arrested Oct.
days placed on probation one year, Jarotha Morris, arrested Nov. 5 is- 16 for burglary-grand theft; pled
credit for time served (84 days). suing worthless check to Pantry guilty to burglary and was placed on STEW
John Woolard arrested Jan. 25 for Pride $107.85; restitution made. probation five years, make restitu- BACON
soliciting mu rder; pled no contest to Gladys Jackson arrested Dec. 15 tion to victim, fined $300, six months
disorderly conduct, placed on 12 for aggravated assault; victim does BCJ.
months probation.: not wish to prosecute. Jerry Jarman Hall arrested Sept. c
William Edward: Rosier arrested Mary Ann Newby arrested Dec. 12 25 for aggravated battery; pled guil- 1.69Lb. 99 99
August 29 for aggravated assault, for aggravated assault; facts do not ty to leaving scene of accident with Lb.
improper exhibition of weapons or constitute a criminal offense. personal injury; placed on three Lb. Pkg.
firearm; motion for discharge Tracy Dean Pruitt arrested Nov. years probation, make resitutionand
granted. 19 for burglary of Southside Elemen- attend alcohol counseling.


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I Investigator Clark Helps Businessmen Recover Worthless Checks

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At a recent business seminar sponsored A case in point was when Carl ment, a partical payment constitutes that a civil suit be filed in addition to defendant may be prosecuted, they counties. Last year Bradford handled
by the Chamber of Commerce, Speed gave a $2 million check In a another contract and the individual the action taken by the state at have in fact committed a crime, but 80 to 85 felony worthless checks,
State Attorney Investigator Wiley bankruptcy proceeding, the check may not be prosecuted torney. The state attorney has no economically speaking It is not feasible Gainesville would have that many
Clark, spoke to the group about worthless was still considered a misdemeanor without starting the complaint over. authority to require an individual to to take each worthless check cases in one month,in fact they have '.. .
checks. charge because it was 'on account'. If full payment is made it is the make restitution but has been and case to court.Worthless a worthless check division/ said ,
Clark explained the priorty of worthless The group was Instructed on the responsibility of the individual who will continue to cooperate with the check charges primarily Clark.
check cases In the practical proper way to complete the form wrote the check to obtain a restitu- victim of worthless check cases. come from grocery stores and If anyone has a question as to procedure -
business of the SA, who handles and asked to provide complete sufficient tion slip from the state attorney and People seldom go to prison for chain department stores in Bradford arrest or prosecution of an
everything from capital murder to identification for the state attorney have the victim sign the slip and writing worthless checks but it has County. individual Involving a worthless
simple assault. Worthless check to find people or the sheriff's then return it to the state attorney.The happened in this county, said Clark. "We have few worthless check check Clark said he is available at i
cases fall somewhere between office to locate the individual who state attorney .recommends If the state attorney chosen the cases in comparison with_..larger. his office} 964-6280. .:: \
murder and assault, said Clark. wrote the bad check. I

The proper procedure for complaints "- .. . .... ,... ".. .. ', p ., ... ... "' I I
of worthless checks and the Procedure for a bad check by law
difference between felony and and policy; the victim must run the '
misdemeanor was also explained by check through the bank twice, writea SPECIAL! SOFA SLEE PERSALE
Clark. An individual who Is able, letter informing the person of the -
may pay for the worthless check bad check, send it by certified mail .
prior to trial, which may be done if with a return requested. If no
the individual pays $50 per felony response is received by the victim, a u
check and $35 per misdemeanor copy of the check (back and front)
check for administrative costs. along with the notice of the mailing JI.
The importance of not waiting too should be taken to the state attorney.The II IITh i
long to issue a complaint was stressed state attorney has a complaint :
by Clark. The time limit for a form which the victim completes as
felony check is two years but only best they can but does not sign it until ".
one year for a misdemeanor check.A in the presence of a notary in the .. \
felony check is generally one state attorney's office. ,
made out for$50 or over with the exception The individual is then charged J N nt
of any check accepted as'on with writing a worthless check. If > '\ -' '> c
account'payment, they all fall in the the individual wishes to pay off, the .' i.t i.4:
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to Bradford County new rules and extra paper work this I
Telegraph'who sponsored the Scout year. Most leaders sold cookies but
and comfort
24 hour sleeping
booth at the Fair this year. The probably none out sold Laurie sitting
booth took third prize for the most Mullins who totalled 366 boxes.
interesting display. Thanks to Lila Rae Yawn, our at the best price you can find
Carolyn Eaves, Laurie Mullins, local cookie bookie, everyone enjoys _
Diane Tierney, Lisa Tierney, working with you and appreciatesyour Contemporary
Elizabeth Walker and Lady Bug devotion. Another great year Queen Size Sleeper w
Florist worked together on the for BU with nearly $2,000 remaining
booth, thanks, we appreciate the efforts in the troops and bonus checks on the
of all.Cookie way.
Awards for the scouts are here and
will be distributed soon to the top
Report cookie sellers. ( i {

Cookie sales 1985 are over, with It's difficult to bell e v e. Here we have a luxurious .I r"" :
the exception of a few boxes left in Annual Meeting modernsofacom letewlihenormousseatcushionsi ',, 1". } y of. W +"
leaders living rooms,and the resultsare Delegates from BU attended thickbufton, tultedbackandpaddedwrop around; +r t'4
a '
Gateway Girl Scout Council Annual I <
very impressive. arms, There's even somedecorative wood trim. And 1 r <
13,128 boxes of cookies (1,094 Meeting last Thursday at the Holiday ; '
tucked inside is
a huge queen-size mattress, lusty .
cases) were sold in Bradford-Union Inn on Jacksonville Beach. 200 r ktI}
Neighborhood by 106 scouts delegates and guests meet for waitingtodemonstratehowpleasantlycomfortable'' > ,
representing seven troops.A reports, election of officers and
big cheer goes to our top cookie awarding of tenure pins. I
sellers, Sarah Douglas of Cadette Mary Looney, Joyce Sutton, YI ,( JF"
Troop 520 who sold 434 boxes of Carolyn Eaves, Diane Tierney, t=
cookies and Kristen Sapp who sold Elizabeth Walker, Laurie Mullins,
424 boxes of cookies. Yeah... Beulah Lennon, Carmen Eaves and ) Re *890
Other cookies sellers Andrea Waterhouse made the g
high were Twin Sleepers from 2.95 Have An Instant It '
Danielle Smith,Troop 605, who sold delegates from BU 100 percent.
340 boxes. Selling 300 boxes or more Thanks. Full Sleepers from 369.95 Queen-Size Bedroom Many'Other Styles Yom'
were; Danielle Hersey, Troop 31; Diane and Joyce received council
Shannon Wiggins and Brandi Bar- recognition for service to scoutingand Queen Sleepers from 399.95 at Special Savings from which to choose
rett, Troop 614; and Lori Mann, received their awards at the
Troop 520.Selling Friendship Luncheon which followed
250 boxes or more were: the meeting. Carolyn Eaves was
Tracy White, Troop 31; Stephanie awarded the PR Rep of the year.
Gainey and Sebrina Smith, Troop
.520; and Sarah Looney, Troop 605. Also from the area, Dot Rowe of Furniture
Selling 200 boxes or more were: Keystone Heights, was awarded the Denmark
Valerie Randolph and Lisa Tierney, Thanks Badge. The highest awardan
Troop 669; Missy Davis, Kim Hampton adult can receive in scouting was
and Missy Price,Troop 520; Kel- presented to several ladies last
ly Ann Duncan, Carla Stephens, Thursday but we feel Dot has madea 434 W. Call Street Starke 964-5826 or 964-5827
Emily Nugent and Cheryl Lynn positive force in scouting for
Moss, Troop 614. 'many' years and we were delightedshe Established in 1923
A big thank you to the leaders and was recognized. CongratulationsDot
cookie chairmen who put up with the Diane, Joyce and Carolyn.

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April 25, IDK5 Page fD

I Second Jury Finds Reddish Not Guilty of Drunk Driving I

'J Iwjnas Alien'"Tommy" Reddish dant intoxicated. was sentenced.
27, of SUirke was found not guilty of Tuesday's jury of three man,three Defendant Edward Silas I Adkins afternoon cases were found to be In- guilty.It 13 he was found guilty of DUI (his
driving while Iploxicaled by a jury women deliberated for one hour 15 was arrested January 27 by Sgt. admissable in court, according to ',First offense) in a non-jury trial, fined -
in Bradford County Court April 23. minutes before reaching their vor Assistant State Attorney David was the second offense of DUI $380.50, license suspended one
It was the same setting with the diet oi not guilty.A Wayne Wilkinson for. driving while Giant. for Wagner who was sentenced"to year, ordered to attend nWII'l'hnnl.l
Name Judge and attorneys, but with intoxicated. Attorney Dudle Hardy ten days in the county jail, fined "on Salvation
placed Army probation"
a new! jury for the second trial for second DUI case was heard witha Adkins was fined$2,500, placed on represented both defendants.A $544, six months Salvation Army for one year and must complete 50
Itcddi.h. A mistrial was declared by different jury Tuesday (April 25)) six months Salvation Army probation supervision and suspended license community service work. That
Judge George II. Pierce in the afternoon. must attend DUI school, com- third trial scheduled for this for five years. by Marshall Tommy Raulersontook arrest
March trial when the jury came Midway through the afternoon plete 50 hours community work. week was cancelled when defendant place on Oct. 12 Wagner
back with a guilty verdict but one trial the state accepted a plea to The breathalyzer test, ad- Bradley D. Wagner, 19, of Lake Bradley was arrested December 8 charged with DUI and possession was of
juror was unable to find the defen- reckless driving ana.the defendant ministered in both the morning and Buller !also charged with DUI pled by Trooper W. D. Langston. On Dec. less than 20 grams of canna hiI'.


I Three Inmates Get More Time \ EYE


Separate cases heard April 22 in during an escape attempt from UCI bery aggravated a" .nm, and kid cy j
Union County Court added more on Nov. 2 and received a 28 years napping. C ,e
prison time to the terms of three sentence. Sparks pled guilty to introductionof J{ (Waves
state inmates Jacobs and fellow inmate James contraband and was sentenced to
Alfredo Pino Barrelto, 211, pled Sparks, 33, were being transportedin seven years.In .
guilty to the Oct. 9, fatal stabbing of a prison van to the Reception and the third case, Richard Eugene
fellow Cuban inmate Enrique Bar- Medical Center about 30 miles from Smith, 29, was returned to prison fora Get in the of
rea at Union Correctional Instituion. UCI when Jacobs pulled a one-year term after pleading guil- Swing SpringWith
Circuit Judge John J Crews sentenced homemade pistol on the driver. ty to taking a vehicle that was
Barretto to a t term of 27 years for Jacobs took a pistol from an escor- rebuilt at UCI's a NU Style From Our
the murder. Investigators said Bar- ting guard and the prison uniform of where he had worked The vehicle
relto was seen backing out of Bar- the driver. The van was driventoward was reported stolen from UCI in NU Staff at NuWaves
rc a's cell with a knife in his hand Lake city. November, 1983.! A Simple and Painless
after the two were heard arguing' Both Jacobs and Sparks were captured The unusual 1G, Chevrolet cab, Haircuts by Rose, Connie, Robin, Rita. examination can be
loudly in Spanish.In without incident in a wooded! mounted on the frame of a military
a second case, Roosevelt area after they abandoned the vehi- weapons carrier, was spotted in St Limited Time Only your first step In
Jacobs, 37. plod guilty to kidnapping cle in Baker County. Jacobs was Augustine by a UCI employee on : 7. w treating and correcting
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I : Ryan honored as. Volunteer of YearThe


Reverend Joe Ryan made during the annual dinners,held thanks for their outstanding con-
Volunteer Chaplain and Founder ofthe April 19, to honor the 225 Citizen tributions. Paul Gunning, Assistant
Pneuma Ministry at Union Correctional Volunteers at U.C.I. Superintendent for Programs, reada
Institute,received the first The theme of the event, proclamation from Florida Governor
Volunteer-of-the-Year Award. "Reaching Out with Love," was in Bob Graham praising volunteersfor
The honor was bestowed upon keeping with T.L. Barton, the in- their "gift of time and talent in
Ryan by U.C.I. SupervisingChaplain stitution's Superintendent, welcomed some kind of community service.""
Eldon l Cornell.__ II wa>s the guests.!!! and expressed his Music was provided by the choir
from the First Baptist Church of
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Nazarene Pastor and U.S. Naval
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J. Carroll
Master Alan Jackson Carroll, 17
i..REi\i months, of Keystone Heights, died
A MOVIL e Sunday, April 21, in Shands
0 i ro' tlI Teaching Hospital, Gainesville,
e II I- following a brief illness.
Born in Gainesville, Master Car-'

: TONITE (;f : II I s e we t ; l o' Ea i iOPSN roll Church Survivors attended with his include St.parents.Anne's his Episcopal parents,

7 DAYS Alan Harvey and Patricia O'Brien
.eeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaa a00000 A W Ixr' pa Carroll, both of Keystone Heights;
9a.M ra PALM I $2 one sister, Amanda Erin Carroll of
'Cs s"RA Keystone Heights; his paternal
HomeEntertainment READING ? {e- grandparents, Harvey and Faye
Carroll of Fairbanks; his maternal
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O'Brien of Keystone Heights; pater-
nal great grandmother, Mrs. Joann

Concepts Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm Morgan great grandmothers of Micanopy, Mrs.; maternal Geneva

:Take 100 South towards Keystone, take right on Bennett of Keystone Heights and
Mrs. Irene O'Brien of E. Hartford,
- 24th Street (Forsyth Road), follow signs Conn. and several aunts and uncles.
JUST COMPARE Funeral services were held at 3
p.m. on Tuesday,April 23, in the St.
All Movies Anne's Episcopal Church, Keystone
Heights, with Rev. Jim Edwards of-
: Tuesday Saturday 10 am 6 pm ficiating. Burial was in Fairbanks
Cemetery, under the direction of
.. ;. AH Week 'I' 964.. \\1 09 :r' I Jones Heights.Funeral',. Home of, Keystone. ,.

: All Nature Sings/ of Jesus I'
Bertha A. Paris .
3 for $500 Bertha Alice Paris, 89, of
Keystone Heights, died Monday
I night at Whispering Pines Care
50Machine Center, after a long illness.
Or$2 Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Mrs.
a Ea. Paris moved to Keystone Heights in
1976 from Buffalo, N.Y. She was a
IIIIIIIIIfA homemaker and former member of
the Keystone Heights Woman's
,,,,,,,, I pllllu GRAND OPENING Club.
Survivors include one daughter,
Patricia Eksterowicz of Keystone
Heights; five grandchildren and five
Rental 3 NAIL PARLOR great grandchildren.No .
funeral arrangements are be-
ing planned.Arrangements by Jones
Sculptured Nails Funeral Home of Keystone Heights.
$750 Ea. ra
Night James V. Killebrew
1/2 price James Virgil Killebrew, 54, of
$2000 Starke, died Sunday, April 21, in the
.' Veterans Administration Regional
VIDEO C reg. '400.NOW Medical Center, Gainesville, follow
ing a long illness.
PANASONIC 'OH.r Expires April 30 Born in Blytheville, Tenn., Mr.
CAMERA Welcome Killebrew moved to Starke from
Orange Park in 1974 was a Navy
CAMERAREG. veteran of the Korean Conflict and
737 S. Walnut St.
964.4645 the Vietnam War; was retired from
$850 Starke the U.S. Navy as an equipment

J .. .. operator first class, and was a
$2500 $779 . ., faith.member of the Assembly of God

We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call Survivors include one daughter,
"fit Mrs. Rhonda of
24 HOURS Bobinger England;
Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH two sons, Duane and Tyrone

from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. to better serve our Mrs.Killabrew Pearl of Pensacola Florence; his Kasper mother of,

custom,..:. Mesa, Ariz; two sisters, Mrs.! Vicki
Gean Wagner and Miss Michelle Lee
SHARP VHS PanasonicRECORDER Gainesville Hearing Aid Center Killabrew, both of Mesa, Ariz.; anda
close personal friend, Mrs. Bonnie
1003 NW 23rd Ave.Gainesville Doughman of Starke.
TELEVISION Funeral services will be held Fri-
day, April 26, in the DeWitt C.Jones
376.0095 Chapel, with Rev. LeRoy Olive of-
I .We service all make and models of hearing aids. ficiating. Burial will be in Crosby
$38998 Lake Cemetery, under the directionof
CASH $379 CASH Also ointment have onl\batteries. available. Home testing by ap- Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

.. .. ,. James James Joseph Murphy Murphy, 63, of
Starke,died Monday,April 22,in the
Now OpenSanta Naval Air Station Hospital,Jackson-
ville, following a brief illness.
Born in Washington Lake
eP 1-'IfN Fe Township, Minn., Mr. Murphy moved -
fj to Starke from Jacksonville 18
ooggpao qVHS years ago; served in the U.S. Navy
during WW II and was retired from
Shooters the U.S. Navy and Union Correctional -
ReY.BB91.Open Institution. He was of the

., 1520 i S. Walnut St. (U.S. ) Catholic Funeral faith.services will be held

Mon.-Fri. 9-6; Sat 9.4 Thursday, April 25, at 2 p.m. in the
Jones Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev. David Landers officiating.
.Opening Specials Burial will be in Riverside Memorial
A Park of Jacksonville.Jones Funeral
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April 25, 1985 .Pate 118
..News of Record Barosse, allowing unauthorized to unathonzed minor; pay $25 cost.
Bradford drive; fined $81.50. Lindsay Erin Rist, no valid I
County William David Marchant, ,viola- drivers license, pay $25.
k Misdemeanor Court tion of restriction; court probationsix Walter Swindell, no tag; producedvalid r I
months, violate no laws, hold tag, dismissed. Weatherization offered
license for 20 clays, present report Swindell, driving while license program
r!' Appearing April 15 before Judge card to Judge.Marchant suspended; dismissed. .
George H. Pierce in Bradford County no headgear; same Clarence Brailey Thompson, no -
traffic court were the following dispostion as above. valid Linda driver license; fined $59.25.valid The Suwannee River Economic Weatherization can repair or New Income Guideline:
defendants; Perdue Cummings, no Council Inc. theWeatherization windows
Marchant, improper or unsafe announces replace doors, broken
"( Henrietta Prescott, no valid equipment; same dispostion as license drivers dismissed.license; produced valid Program, which panes of glass, seal and/or caulk
drivers license; fined $59.25. above. provides materials and labor at no cracks, patch holes in floors, ceil-
f" Billy Robert Wilson, wilful-wanton Marchant, no tag; pay $25 cost. Ronald M. Taylor, Jr. pled guilty cost to the recipient, to make the jngs, exterior walls or patch and/or She of
reckless driving; pay Wu: : cost, turn Yulee' L. Kirchaine, Jr., driving lo failure to pay civil penalty, adjudication home as weatherproof as funds will Icon Mal rnof tr k_r. th.. CAM Air 1 Family Unit Allowable Income
6 _.in report cards for next three mon- while intoxiated; fined $334, Salva- withheld, must pay $35 permit, is still operating in Bradford 'out of your home.Weatherization. -. 2 $*..MJMI2
ths to judge, court probation three tion Army supervision six months, County.Priorities. 3 $
l'. months, violate no laws. 50 hours community work, license cost.Bobby Flanders pled guilty to are given to the elderly 4 $11.02
I If'!' Simon McCloud, (two counts) no suspended six months, attend DWI disorderly intoxicated; fined $65.75. and those with the lowest income a $13.311
If valid driver license; produced valid ir-hnol Bruce Edwin Hopkins charged and/or whose house is in most needof cannot repair or 6 $1S.M2
r( license pay $25 cost. Peter Christenson, charged with with trespass; case dismissed by the Weatherization. Proof of incomefor replace steps, porches or screens. 7 17.12
r' Ronald Raymond Barosse, Jr tag battery; dismissed by state at- state attorney.William the entire family and proof of $20.062I 22.312
::. lit! wronrr whtole: fined $"" 9!* torney. Hugh St.John pled no con- ownership must accompany the ap-
!!: !'" Timothy David Harris pled guilty test to possession of alligator parts; plication. Tax receipt for the land If you would benefit from this program
I'iV :::: 9a:?: pE I. ,..); and think might qualify
: and/or trailer title you
:' i :I to battery, fined $281.50. adjudication withheld, pay $25 cost, or tag registration -
). ,\ (:)4 ..,"" "' ; :".' ,.... Sally Leinthall Rist, allowing may have alligator head returned. will be accepted. Rental property come by our Outreach Center at For
I family .
r' and units with
-' ,, j may also be considered, with writ- 272-6 South Bay Street in Starke, mar than
ten permission of the fill out an application, or call members add$2,175 for each addltlonalm.mb.r.
I landlord/owner. 964-6696.

\ Jack (Eourtnan & AsfiodatCB. inc.

Realtor IBulider 473-7060

r I .Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford Citizen Sought
Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds pave

I ed roads Our community water systems Owner financing Looking for a Good Deal? Who Assisted DeputyThe
from $3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and.; Clay County Sheriff's Depart-
ment is attempting to locate a
Check our prices before you pay TOO much! citizen that assisted a deputy sheriffat
the scene of an arrest in Mid-
INDIAN LAKE WOODS j I We have been in business in Florida for 34 dleburg.The man; described as 28 to
Beautiful, high, wooded, single family homesltes on paved 30 years old, medium build with
I, road with community water. One acre and more from years Designing and Custom-Building to meet brown hair and a mustache, was

I $6,950.00. Excellent terms. -- YOUR specific needs. We will .also complete driving boxes on a the pick-up sides. truck with tool

YOUR home or building to ANY STAGE YOU The unidentified man saw a deputy -
i I stuggling with a man on the road-
DESIRE. side at Blanding Blvd and Foreman

Skyline Home Center, Inc.Across In the Market for a New Home? Circle 15th at approximately on Monday morning 12:45: a.m.April

b ( from Highway Patrol Station) It is requested that this man or

I I I 2303 Phone N. Temple 964-4414 Ave.or. Starke.964.4778 Florida v out our 3-Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special! anyone man, contact knowing Investigator the identity of Jimm this

1H Baths, CH/A Carport, Util. Rm. & Carpeting Redmond of the sheriff's department
DEPENDABILITY Starting at $34,800 on your lot at 264-6512 or 2847575.

business That's,the..dependability.word to describe We sell our THE HEAT IS ON! For More Details & Free Estimates Call:

name brands of carpet and stand Recent ArrestsIn
behind our sales. Carpet from All 1985" Doublewide FlintstonesFREE LONGCHAMP, HOMES, INC.
this store is dependable.Our "FIREPLACE" With Purchase CountyThe
sales force is dependable. 964-6853 following individuals were arrested -
They will make every effort to in Bradford County by local

see that you are well informed -3 BR, 2 BA Shingle Roof, Plywood Floors, authorities;
about the carpet which you are
considering purchasing. We will Den Model, Ceiling Fan Troy Nathen Smith of Skyline
Mobile Home Park was arrested
tell you whether the carpet is April 22 for disorderly intoxication,
suitable for residential and com "- DUDLEY according to Patrolman Gerald Bar-
mercial uses. P. HARDY rette III. Smith was allegedly caus-
When you buy carpet from us, 17 ing a disturbance at Jackson'
you can depend on it being a good ) -40 F 1i Attorney at LawAnnounces Building Supply. He was released on
value. Come on in the store today his own recognizance.
and look over our fine selection of
Kenneth Franklin Hill, 37, of
home and office. .
carpets for : -- Starke was arrested April 22 for

_Q driving under influence, accordingto
= ''''''--' Trooper B. A. Williams. Hill's
u : __ his association with blood alcohol content was .17 per-
I Teal Tile cent, he was released after a $325
Financina Available I surety bond was posted.

I & Carpet New & Used Homes with Financing and No Down Payment

131 N. Cherry St, L ,-.. M FHAi ConvenMtoal and Bank Financing .- -, J -, J. ,RICHARD. MOORE -. arrested Billy Ray for Law driving of Jacksonville while license was

Starke, Florida See Ida Sue & suspended, according to Patrolman
Ray Today Attorney at Law Clint Blankenship. He was releasedon
964-7423 his own recognizance for the
DWLS charge but held for Clay
.. ..
-'- County on a violation of probationfor
,.., n a DUI charge.

LO RIDA r Who limits his practice to Trial Practice, with Melton Jimmy Griffis, 41, of
Starke was arrested April 22 on a
PEST pACBEMRALCO emphasis on injury and death claims caused capias for failure to appear (for
child support, according to Deputy
by accident or wrongful incident. Sammy Eunice. Griffis remains in
539 E. Call St. Starke Open 9-6 Call 964.57451KILL Eugene Deal, 33, of Tampa wa arrested -
April 22 for violation of probation -

THOSE RESISTANT FLEAS 996 N, Temple Ave. according to Deputies Eunice
Starke FL
and John Tilley. Deal is being de-
& ROACHES WITH BUHL'S ((904)) 964.5701 tained for Hillsborough County.

HI-KILL Baygon JI David Milton Benefield, 19, was
8 Oz. Makes 1 Gallon 729 arrested April 20 on a warrant from
'. REG.:9.49.................... Union County for grand theft, accor-
1 IPEC'AL I 4fHtS WEEK 3. ', NEW HI-KILL I I rI J 870 W. McMahon Street' ;;- ding was released to Patrolman to the W.Union C. Reno.County He
.. $
-s.. Dursban 6 29 (Next to Pizza Hut) Sheriff's Department.
Roses 588 J 8 Oz. Makes Gallon 964.7434I

,. -:...=.1 REG. 7.29._.,..I......I... I 10-6 Sat 8-1 Ernest Williams, Jr., 23 was arrested -
r'- - for petit theft (shoplifting)
399 ---:71: Sporting Goods & AccessoriesNylon April 19, according to Deputy Tilley.
CLIP>I & saVE .
Grass Bond was set at $210, he was released -
JPursleyPlug,- Hi-Yield Brand on his own recognizance.Steve .

3 99 I DIAZINON GRANULES Running! Shorts ,c edi demons Mobley (also
f i __ Reg. 7.95 Sale 5.95 known as Kendall E.) was arrested
Controls most lawn insect pests, Including i for theft and ,
Pocket tai April 20 petit no tag according -
5 9 9 I mole crickets, fleas, chinch bugs. ,1 to Sgt. Greg Nichols. Mobleywas
Plaques and released after a $235 surety
t Plants IOLbBagtreatsupto5,000Sq.Ft. 588 Trophies Now Available
i bond was posted.
REG. 740 With I
99 Coupon I Ladies Oxford Casuals
Pecan Trees Reg. -is- 14"
9 I Limit 5 Bags Coupon Good thru May 1, 1985 John Paul Sasse, 30, of Clay Coun-
Reg. 16" -_18" _-- > : BASEBALL. SOFTBALL. GLOVES 10.20% OFF ty was arrested April 18 for trespassing -
1.:....- -,-. '- -.-. ,,...,.'. ,, - after warning, according to
- Patrolman Gerald Barrette. Bond
was set at $157.50, he was releasedon
a--/- Model XR-50 Model No.2215Gas his own recognizance.Steve .

Trimmer Gas TrimmerCuts
Call For Mobley, 23, was arrested
17"Path, -Cut. I'"Path Appt. April 18 for failure to appear (child
America's .2-Cycle-26.2 engine -26.2 cc Engine support), according to Deputy
-Centrifugal Clutch -Tap-N-Go Line Feed May 1st Tilley. Mobley remains in custody.
NO. 1 I r .TapN-Go !Line Feed -34"Sha. Ft. Wt. 12Lbs.
Dean Pruitt, 19, was
9O-D. Warranty Tracy arrested -
Brand / REO-69 for violation of probation, according -
Sale Only 'REG. f jDQQ Opening New Shops to Deputy Eugene Lee. He
remains in
1200 139" OO i custody.

< Jerome Anthony Complesi of Port
__..Sale Subject to SelloutlaID -t..J St. Lucie was arrested for driving
Cutt'n Loose while license suspended (failure to
appear), according to Trooper D. F.
Pescia. Complesi paid the $59.25
NOW PRICED "BELOW PAR'Model Featuring: Calvin Kirkland fine.

l Lorraine Alvarez
Gary L. Cooper (with no known
A Calvin&Jolene Enterprise
( address) was arrested April 15 for
I No.16775 disorderly intoxication,according to
''r" WalkBehindModel Watch For OurGrand Patrolman Dwight Groves.

:.a No. 56145
MOWER David William Padgett, 32, of
RIDING MOWER J -21"Cut I; Opening ; Lake Butler was arrested April 15
8 h.p. engine 32"cut iKeyLectrIC I for driving while license suspendedand
Start ft -SelfPropelledSid improper tag, according to
*Discharge Special Patrolman Groves. Padgett was
5 Forward Speeds
I REG. 329" I released on a $235 surety bond.
REG. 1389"Sale -Permanent .
J Wave Specials- -

1299" c 29995In.'ant

SAlE .
Credit to QualifiedBuyers A man lull not seen a
1 964-4090 thing who bat not felt
"I AOQ 2 "
I It. Henry David Thoreau
14000 Down r1 Only 14 Per Month'

(Cash or Trade) '++'+ '..
On Hwy .301_] Across from Norman's Market l ft .... '

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r'i April 25.1985 'p'.1 i .1

Obituaries- I II

Card of Thanks,

tiKOltGK CLAUS. JR. He was born and raised in Brad- / Also Milton one Brownlee aunt, Mrs.of Jos.Gainesville.E. Wilson James Howard Kerce would like to thank all of the Starling for her beautiful music.To .
George Claus, Jr., age 83, of P.O. ford County. He was retired from of Starke. James Howard (Jim) Kerce, 59 of friends who were so kind in my timeof those who so generously con
Box 2'14.: Hampton, Fl. died April 19, the Civil Service and served In the Funeral services were held at 3:30 Rt. 2 Box 14, Lake Butler died Satur- need. The Elks and Elkettes of tributed to the Florida Elks
!1911:>, In Alachua General Hospital. U.S. Army. He was of the Baptist Wednesday in the Methodist day, April 20, at the Veterans Ad- 1802 for all the food and comfort. Hospital, for crippled children, .
He was the son of the late George Faith. Church p.m. of Kingsland. Burial was in ministration Hospital in Lake City Rabbi Lehman, Reverend Ray Florida. Lung Assoc. and The Boys
and Barbara Claus. He Survivors include: his wife, FloyeG. after extended flowers and
was born with Wain- an illness. Williams, Archie Tanner, Arthur Ranch. All cards, phone
and raised in St. Louis Mo. later Browning of Starke; one sister, Kingsland cemetery Born in Lake Butler I love
wright Funeral Home in charge of where he lived Winkler, Skeeter Howard, Special calls. I will never forget. you
moved to Gainesville where Mildred Glisson of Starke; one most of his life. lie
he was retired from thanks to Bill and Blanche Col- all.
resided some 20 years before mov- brother, Willard Browning also of arrangements.In the U.S. Navy as an Aviation Boatswain's linsworth,Don Furrow end to Elaine Bill Finucan
I ing to Hampton in 1979. He was Starke; one step-brother, Bobby Mate First Class. He was a .. .. .. .
retired from the American Can Mershon of Lake City. member of the Trinity Baptist Church
Company, and was a member of the Funeral services were conductedon in Lake Butler.
)First Christian Church in Starke. Monday, April 22, 1985, at 11:00: Memory of my Daughter Survivors include: 3 brothers, Carl
Survivors include; his wife, Alta a.m. at Graham Baptist Church withRev's Deborah Sue Kite E. Kerce, Shelton Kerce and Frank

M Claus; 2 daughters, Betty Brin- Bruce Cubbage and Charles Kerce, Jr. all of Lake Butler; 2
It has been four since
sor of Hampton, and Barbara Starling officiating. Burial was at years you sisters, Ina Kelly of Lake City and riIfg.
went but somehow it
. Medlin of St. Louis, Mo.; 1 brother, Sapp Cemetery. Archie Tanner just like away, seems Betty June Kerce of Wheaton,Illinois.
Funeral Home was in charge of ar- yesterday.
Michael Claus and 1 sister, Barbara Funeral services were held Tues-
The loneliness I have in "
.I. Smith, both of St Louis, Mo; 4 rangements. is here to and, my heart, day, April 23, 1985 at 11:00: a.m. in the f
grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren PAUL BENNETT will make stay it nothing or no one Chapel of Archer Funeral Home of

' Paul Bennett, age 66, of P.O. Box I would give go away.the world, and even Lake Butler with Rev. Michael Nor- x Cherry TreeBoutique

. Funeral services were held at 138, Lawtey, Fl. died Tuesday, April more, if I could see walking in man officiating. Burial followed at
;\ 3:00: Monday, April 22 1985, at the 22, 1985, at the Bradford County the door. you Mt. Zion Cemetery near Lake Butler.
ry First Christian Church in Starke,Fl, Hospital following a sudden illness. But sleep my beautiful daughter Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler
r with Rev. Raymond Baer of- Mr. Bennett was a life long resi- under the stars; and skies of blue. was in charge of arrangements.
, ficiating. Burial was at Crosby Lake dent of Bradford and -
County, was Because it will not be long before I
'y, Cemetery. Archie Tanner Funeral the son of the late Richard & Hetlie will be sleeping just like you. tee.sr And Consignment Shop
u, Home was in charge of ar Long Bennett, former pioneer
rangements. residents.of Lawtey. He was a Missed so very much, Moma.In 1 J 2 Price Perm (Formerly Clothesline Consignment Shop)

I retired employee of the E.I Dupont ,SALEIHairpianes NEW LOCATION
Company. He served in the U.S. I
;.f DOROTHY HOFFMAN Coast Guard 440 E. Madison St. Starke Florida
! Dorothy Hoffman, 70, of P.O. Box Survivors include: his wife, Lor- Loving Memory J
365 Waldo, Fl died Tuesday,April 16, raine Potvin Bennet of Lawtey; 3 Mr Enoch Strong,Jr. -Same
God called you home a year ago .. Quality Clothing Still Available
: 1985, at the University Care Nursing daughters, Judy Norman, of To be with Him in heaven above
Care Center in Gainesville, follow- Melrose, Brenda Beeman of Starke, ,
You're missed here below -We
greatly Are
ing an extended illness. Rhonda Bennett of Lawtey; 1 step- And remembered with much love. Now Buying Children's
She was the widow of the late Paul daughter, Janet Starling of Lawtey, f
Hoffman. Born and raised in Ohio, 2 step-sons, Jimmy Johnson of &<< Infant's Clothing (
You left behind wife
a loving Exeunt common
she moved to Waldo where she own- Keystone Hgts., Harold Johnson of ) I
ed and operated The Glass House at Orlando; 2 sisters Hazel Tanner and Who misses you more each day;
the Waldo Flea Market until, ill Pauline Anderson both of Lawtey; 15 And children 5 of them Alan Liz WendyOur -Clothes For All Ages
Who love
than words
you more can :
She and
health forced her retirement. grandchildren 2 great grand-
was of the baptist faith. children. say, *50 Perm is Nowon Still Taking Consignments

Survivors include: One sister, Funeral services will be held on "
Mrs. Mary Bowman of Pataskala, Saturday, April 27, 1985, at 11:00: Your grandchildren large and Sale for *25 I
Oh' two brothers, Mr. Lloyd Bartonof a.m. in the Chapel of the Archie Tan- small
Who don't understand Sale End April 30. 1989!!
really ;
ner Funeral Home. Archie
Columbus, Oh and Mr. Wesley Tanner
Funeral Home is in And friends and other kin McGHGH At
Barton of Circleville, Oh. charge of ar Welcome LINDA
Who with
Graveside funeral services were rangements. you a sigh.
conducted at 3:00: p.m. Wednesdayat WE HAVE ADDITION Our ,
When God's its
Santa Fe Cemetery, with Rev. Martha B. Johnson plan says your
Ray Williams officiating. With Ar- Martha Brownlee Johnson, widowof time to go A Nail Parlor Visit Grand _
Your soul from earth departs.But .
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein the late Earl Johnson, and .
charge of arrangements. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. In a way you're still on earth, Bobbin Stephens York Us :'
M. Brownlee, of Starke, died in her Your're forever in our hearts. Opening
sleep Sunday night at her home in Specializes in Manicures

JESSIE MAE \VIHTF1ELD Kingsland, Ga. Mr. Johnson died Departed one year ago Sculptured Nails I
last December after a long illness. Friday,April 26, 1985 ---
Jessie Mae Whitfield,age 637of: & Nail Piercing ,.
Mrs. Johnson survived
" P.O. Box 293, Hampton, FL died sons, Jimmy, Kingsland is ,and by Holt two of Your loving wife and children Honee Bee- Register for DrawingAt
Thursday, April 18, 1985, at theVeteran's !!
after San Diego, Calif.; two brothers Dr. Maxie Bell Strong,Truman, Hair Removal Available .
Hospital an extended -
Benjamin, Edith, Mary,Perscilla
J. W. Brownlee, of Starke, and J.
illness. Open 7 Days A Week Our Grand
She was the widow of the late

Howard David Cooper. Born and Papa As I Knew Him Ii,
737 S. Walnut St.
raised in Bradford County the NtUS Winner Will Be Announced 28
May "
daughter of the late William and Papa Griffis (Sidney F. Griffis Sr.) \ Starke. Fl 32091 Do '
Not Have
Mary Lou Andrews Slade, former I lust met Papa a little, over 10 years ago. He was a big man: 6 ft. and every Be Present To Win ;
pioneer residents of Bradford Inch a true Southern gentleman Bright, twinkling blue eyes and a smile that
County. She served in the U.S. would start In his eyes and gently play Its way down to his lips. and sometimes
I. Coast Guard, and was a member break out In full laughter. I
of the Baptist Faith. He was In and out of nursing homes the last 2'/' years he lived, but always a ;
': Survivors include: one joy to be around. When I came In his room or up outside, wherever he was, he
,j daughter, Mary Lou Peeple of would look and that smile would start and he would hold out his arms for the x-J "A Little/ / Out of the Way, A Lot Less to Pay.. "

;. Hampton; one son, Leamon Lee big hug he knew I expected from him, klnda think he expected one from me
Willis of Dunnellon; three also. He lived with his daughter, Margaret Batten, of Jacksonville.
brothers, Truby Slade, of Starke, One of the times that he was In the hospital and hod had,a very serious Clark's Meat & Groc. i
Lester Slade of Hampton, Avory operation, he would talk about the people he knew through the years and"lit- s /
;. Slade of Gainesville; five sisters, tle people"I felt like It could have been angels that this gentleman was seeing, .
Elvie Rigdon of Hampton, Alla and he'd smile and talk to them, then he would turn and talk to us, asking If we -

.. Mae Schuppert of Ft. Lauder- had seen them...We could see them through his eyes, the way he would We Carry i iFo
dale, Eva Allen of describe them. SR 231 Lake Butler 496.2183

tice Wallace & Martha Henry The last weeks he lived his daughter, Alice, came In from California for a \\s\a\\\\\t A Line
both of Jacksonville. visit. So, one Sunday evening, we went over to Green Cove Springs to see him. OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY 7 to 7 Full
Funeral services were con- He had on a straw hat and shade glasses (he'd wear these when he was carried, Welcome of' Groceries l
ducted Sunday, April 21, 1985, fit outside for a stroll through the flowers, etc.) and was smoking his pipe and
the Victory Baptist Church at since I always felt at ease to tease Papa, I asked him was he sure he wasn't a
2:00: p.m., with Rev, Bob Cooper gangster like"AI Capone" maybe. He just turned and smiled and looked at me
officiating. Burial will be at a slowly smoking his pipe-as if to lay You don't know,do you?
later date. Archie Tanner Then last Sunday in April, we received a phone call from his son, Clinton, and Choice Boneless
Funeral Home was in charge of was told he wasn't expected to live but just a few hours So my husband, his 1.39Lb.Choice
arrangements. son, Emery Griffis, and I rushed over to the rest home. There our-, old Southern CHUCK ROAST .
-- gentleman lay, dying with the dignity he wanted to cross over with. His :

CLIFFORD B. BROWNINGClifford daughters, Margaret and Gloria, were there. So,we sat from 4.00 Sunday even-
Ing until 7:00: Monday evening during this time we sat and talked and would _
Bule Browning, age 70, of check Papa. Since he had gotten where he could not talk, we would ask him to *
P.O. Box 653,Starke Fl. died Thurs-
blink his eyes so we still communicated with him until the last moments We SIRLOIN STEAK r"
day, April 18, 1985, at the Bradford i Lb. ,
asked him If he wanted to go meet Mama he blinked yes. Our loss was Papa's
ed County illness.Hospital following an extend i gain Just want you to know when you look down here that we still miss you, fJSD
i but love the memories we have of .
il you.
r : Fresh
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?Government Call 964-5064 f

Judge R.A. "Buzzy" Green will -
teach a course in American National -

Government during the Spring A oL :JhatVij
Term at the Santa Fe Community ot/e eo Beef ..
College Starke Center located at
Bradford High School. ; '
the class is a 3 credit Short Ribs $1.29 .
Although is open to the general Keep the Memories Alive ForeverBy v .

public and may be taken for audit. Video-Taping Your Wedding <.
Persons over 60 may take all SFCC Asst.
classes tuition-free. For more Information, call X64.4582rWANTED : Ham "
The American National' Government -
course is a study of the Con- Smoked. Pork

stitution, the Presidency; Congress
the Federal Court System, politicalparties Chunks
electoral process, and : NEW CUSTOMERS Sausage Chops

American foreign policy. Current Lawn Service
critical and controversial issues will 69'
be discussed Landscaping 1.39 99C.
The Spring semester at Santa Fe Lb.
Systems ..
runs from May 8 through June 20. It
1 Registration is currently under way Estimates- I -
at the SFCC Starke Center office in L t
782-3354 (Nicks ) Whole r
j Bradford High School from 8 a.m. to t :
3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
There is a special evening registration 49C
J\ on Thursday,Airi125, from 6 to FRYERS tI

7 p.m. HEUSI
.Other classes being offered duringthe Spring I
1 Spring A Term in Starke include .' r
Principles of Math Marriage and Special .. 'i f
Fryer Leg
the Family, and Religion In. I ., ,, ,
America.A I P4

special feature of the Spring- S Rep 39*
Summer program at Santa Fe fa Perms $25 ; QUARTE.RS.
Computer Concepts 1 which will be e3s1e
offered during the Summer C Term
beginning May 8 and ending August 7 By: GlencJa and Suzi t Fryer ,

8: Computer Concepts 1 Is an introduction -.
to the commercial uses'of 118S.ThompsonStreet OCX
4151 BREAST. .99C
i data processing in business today. hi Merle Norman Building __. if U**' Lb.

I For more information call Lila
Yawn at the Starke Center,964-5382.: ., ..


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