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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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i n of Optometrist Len Schlofman' Named" f ..., '\. nool Board


The new Bradford County School the new appointee at a news conference ning today to become acquaintedwith Schlofman also served in the Navy Therese, have two young children :. J
Board member announced Wednes- at noon. the duties of a school board and after completing a two-year Mike and Jill, and live in Country \
-- day is Starke optometrist Dr. "I look forward to serving as a ," Schlofman paid military scholarship in Jacksonvillehe Club Estates. Jill will be starting -\ i,

... Leonard "Len" Schlofman. board member. I am a product of a :ember! was born in Corpus decided to open his optometry school next year, Mrs. Schlofman :' 'i''
"I'm overwhelmed by the appointment good education and I want a good Texas. but has lived in practice in Starke.He said Wednesday. ',? ,
The Board of Governors of the ," Schlofman said: Wednesday, education for my children: and all the Florida for the past 15 years after said former Starke optometrist Schlofman graduated from the ,.. I ;
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com May 1. He said the governor's office children in Bradford County." his father retired from the Navy. He Dr. Jim Hester was a friend of his University of Tennessee with honors -:::': ;
merce will meet today (Thursday called about 9:30 Wednesday morn- Supt. Jim Duncan called about said the family lived all over the who talked to him about locating in in 1974. He earned the Doctor of Op- .; : .
, May 2)) at 12:30 p.m. in the ing advising him that he had been noon congratulating Schlofman on United States while he was growingup Starke after Hester left to gain additional tometry degree from the Illinois Col- :.; i j
Chamber board room. chosen to fill the vacancy on the the appolntement and offering to but he really liked this part of schooling. lege of Optometry in 1979. He was .-'
The Bradford County Commis- school board. supply information he may need to North Florida after living in Green "Starke is a good place to raise a listed in Who's Who in Colleges in :;': "
sion will meet Monday, May 6, at Appointments Secretary Gwen become familiar with 'the school Cove Springs while his father was family. I like the small town at- 1979.- He was student body president '.. i I .

9:30 a.m. in the county courthousefor Matthews told Schlofman that the system. stationed near there and after his mosphere," Schlofman said. (See Schlofmanp.2A ::11 :

its regular monthly meeting. governor would release his name as "I'll be doing my homework begin-. retirement.fTrrrM Schlofman, 32, and his wife, '.:1 \ .
The Lawtey City Council will V :. '
meet Monday night;May 8, at 7:30: ,

p.m.The in Starke city hall city at commission Lawtey. will Garbage ProblemsWon't =j '
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chicken, May dinner 11.Fitness is set next Saturday .'. Commission Told ':j :

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Fun Run... -' \ :". bage can be buried and forgotten in said Commissioner Spivey. ',: .
north-Florida. New DER rules and regulations ':
The annual Bradford Fitness Fun ".".'.... Faced :
with increasingly stringent are affecting all 7 counties in NE :::
Run, including a 5-K and onemilerun : rules regulating garbage disposal Florida in the Northeast Florida ; .
is set next Saturday, May 11. H from the state Department of En- Regional Planning Council said Executive : .
The 5-K run starts in front of the ... vironmental DER
Regulation ( ), Director Dan Castle. "It's -. '
Bradford Hospital's Fitness Center, f ; area city and county officials going to be very, very difficult to :_ ':"
the sponsoring organization, at 8:30 C /1 # ;'A' meeting Monday night. April 29, in operate a sanitary landfill," said ":.: ;;
The one-mile
fun starts at
a.m. run
,.,., ...r.. Green Cove Springs came to the con- Castle. :
9:30: a.m. ; ')" clusion they'd better begin planningto Jacksonville was first thought to ':.: .
The Florida National
Sponors are do something.New be the solution to pollution problemof : '; I
Bank, Bradford Hospital, Inc., and technologly is to burn gar- the smaller area counties, but the .; \
for Health and Fitness.All .
the Center all kinds will have all the it
bage, in huge incinerators big city garbage
proceeds will be used to build a use the escaping methane gas to can handle and is not interested in :rj: ::1: .
and trail next to :
par-course jogging turn a turbine which will in turn, surrounding areas said Castle. :: ,;
the hospital. produce electricity. Orange Park ,
Some 120 runners are expected Mayor Francis O'Laughlin forseesthe Tampa Project... : "
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third annual .
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fitness trail day when electricity generatedby Mayor O'Laughlin said the City of ; .....1. .'
-course Is a -
par burning garbage will be equal to has million
Tampa a $115,600
with a number of stations along the I
the market.
buying on
power open that
resource recovery project prouduce&r '
route where the runner does a .' ,. When that occurs? burning garbage,,, trash :"of.: '
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: electricity-
.:; : 6.- *burning
variety of exerciseatitllil as.sit-ups ..-. .J.... r "
r will be a commercially-via opera and garbage. The Tampa unit burns ... t 11:1:
or pull-ups. tion, O'Laughlin pointed out. 1,000 tons of refuse per day, producIng
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O'Laughlin suggested it is possiblethat electricity for 10,000 residences.
area cities and counties joining Residue from the burning is used to
3rd Archer Depot ANew Line. together would have sufficient repair streets.O'Laughlin .
Restoration Fair. .. volume of gargbage, say 1,000 tons suggested such a unit
.. per day, to supply fuel for the huge can be built in north Florida to burn

The 3rd annual Archer Depot Distribution Lines Being ReplacedThe incinerators on the market now. waste, with the garbage being carried -
Restoration Fair is set Saturday, St.Petersburg, for instance, as a to the site by truck, rain a.t

May 4, from 9 a.m. until p.m. of Starke is doubling the capacity of its electric distributionlines $200 million incinerator, and car, and barge on the St.Johns
The day's events, sponsored by City Jacksonville is planning one to be River. Power produced could be sold
the Archer Historical Society, will in a $200,000 project currently under way. completed in the next few years. to cities that generate their own
is the 47 concrete utility
Most visible part of the long-awaited project
It decided 29 to have said*
include an arts and crafts displayand installed transmissiontrunk '.. was April electricity, he
poles which are new in Starke. Also being are new
sale different artists with judging another area-wide meeting in a
in draw- circuits and some new capacitor banks. month hosted by the NortheastFlorida' Joint Effort Urged...
painting, photography,
Director of Utilities
The work should have an affect all over town says
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ing and graphics, sculpture crafts, Merrill Dees. Voltage should hold steady, rather than dipping under a Regional Planning Council, Commissioner Spivey urged a
and fabric art. to which 'industry representativeswill effort of all NE-Florida
coun-
heavy demand. Hopefully, Dees said, brownouts will not occur. joint
" be invited to discuss the
, II, Free entertainment will be offered J.L. Malone Construction Co. of Albany,GA., the contractor, has a July ties and cities.
by local talent throughout the date. technology now available. "The counties need to get togetherso
day. An old-fashioned auction Is set 1 completion "Within five or 10 years we will be the doesn't shift from
problem
. Plus, the six-man line crew of the city is rebuilding several lines. One
at noon. There will also be a Civil line on SR-16 from Weldon Street to the city limits, is complete. The city out of the landfill business as we one to the other," said Clay's Spivey
War demonstration, country store, crew is presently working on N. Thompson Street, rebuilding that line know it today, and we need"to be pointing out Clay might be the first
and railroad museum. 'from Weldon Street north to the city limits. Also to be rebuilt is the trunk planning for something else, said county.sited but won't be the last. '
Purpose is to raise funds to line on 301 south from the Peggy railroad track out at least to the KOA Orange Park Mayor O'Laughlin. Plus,when one county raises dumping .1
restore the depot for an Archer permanent The meeting was called by Clay fees or comes up with new
campground."When t
museum. we get this done, I believe the city will be in pretty good shape County whose Commissioner has recently Wayne regulations garbage is taken to ad-

at least for a few years," says Utility Director Dees. It's a project Desstarted Spivey been ,cited by county DER for non- joining problems. For instance, !
working on 10 years ago but for which the city has never had the Spivey said. Clay banned putting
Square Dancing... compliance with state garbage tires in its landfills so they must be
money to complete. disposal regulations. Clay County is going somewhere else. Yes, to Brad- ,
Each second Saturday night will - -- now allowed to bury garbage in one ford County, BC commissionerssaid.

feature square dancing at the of four sites, the Rose Hill landfill, .
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. ? | **= previously used.
Ken Perez, a Jacksonville caller, : DER wants plastic liners Installedin
will call the square dances, which landfill holes so the drinking Solution Wanted...
will begin at 8 p.m., at the main water will not be contaminated by Spivey said DER is not helping to
stream level. the garbage.Bradford. solve the problem by closing land-
The first dance is set for Satur- County's landfill .
day night, May 11. operating permit has expired, and fills.What Clay needs to know is a solu-
For more information contact DER is requiring that wells be drilled tion to the problem. Spivey said
Millard Brown, phone 964-7955. to test for water contamination DER officials are not familiar or
before a new permit is issued. concerned with Clay's funding pro- ;
Every new rule, such as the liners blems. Spivey poin(0dout< or drilling wells to test for water con- making new regulations, expensive ,

School Meetings... tamination, is an expense, pointedout to implement, and counties are
Clay Commissioner Spivey. "A limited to 10 mills of property taxes.
The Bradford School Board mm& lot of people have been getting a free That's why Clay is looking to user j
moves to Starke this week for its i,. a'' !y f rf i, ride in garbage disposal, said impact fees, Spivey said.
annual school site meetings held in Spivey, who pointed out garbage we've done for the past 50 to .
an oft to get input from all county disposal costs $500,000 per year In 100 years is to bury our problems" ;
sc .Jf'J before the budgeting process Clay where commissioners are cur- and .those problems are "going to
begin... rently trying to find ways, such as leak out somewhere" Spivey said.
The board seeks in an informal impact fees, to recover some of the "We would rather have FDRE tell !
setting to know winat each school I increasing cost.It us how to solve the problem rather t'
needs so the needs ,:an be con- : looks like DER has raised the than just telling us what they (the I
sidered in making up a new budget. cost of garbagt. and it looks like pro. blems) are." !
Board Chairman Patricia Spengler I
says the views of parents, teachers
and administrators, and anybodyare

times Upcoming welcome.areStarke: meeting dates and More Classroom Space Big Topic at Southside. Elementary \ I IiII


Elementary: Thursday, "Is this going drag on, or..." asked MrsT: "I'll just wait until September and see what
May 2,7 p.m.Lawtey Portaole classrooms, so teachers can get' at aouthsioe. The other members all had has been done," replied a skeptical Mrs.
Elementary: Tuesday, out of teaching In broom closets tops the other committments, and their absence Mal Looney."I been on it since the last Prevatt.
ve workiM
May 7, 7 p.m.Bradford Middle School Thursday "want list" of the five Southside Elementary .:.disappointed the teachers school board meeting?said Mrs. Spengler.
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teachers who met last Thursday night, April In Broom Closet... .
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May
p.m. 25, with School Board Chairwoman Patricia Harrell pointed out the Cost of Living...
Bradford High School: Monday, Instructor Iva Jean in the Way...
spongier and Supt. Jim Duncan. Is taught in a closet, Closets out the Bradford
class
May 13, 7 p.m.VoTech Walkways removal of exceptional student said Supt. Duncan pointed
between buildings, Instructor Terri Prevatt
Third grade receives only 94 of
Center: Tuesday, May or a storage room. school district percent
14, 7 p.m.A closets taking up space unnecessarily, overcrowded "It's called a broom cIOSlquipped Instructor she has been asking for three years for the each: school: dollar i it earns, and ranks 46th in t
buses watered down school books: a .in the back of her room to be
with Jim Brenda Stroud. clothes: closet to the Cost of Living In
conflict Supt. the state, according
shorter schoof: { day for young students" a another and coat hangers and
portable, said Mrs. turned way Department of Education.
Duncan's schedule caused the "And. I lo- --ve my dex of the Florida
for ,
center emotionally -
county-wide: math program, a cubby holes be substituted.
with district office Stroud a fifth grade teadier. '
meeting to be postponed, with a handicapped students, guards for the Supt.!Duncan said S3 will get one additional Nobody has responded to her request In anyway Union County, In contrast, receives 98 percent
date employees unset., school: crossings, and school funding were portable to be built.with federal Chapter I Mrs. Prevatt said, adding she thinks of its earnings and.ranks Kth in the
yet also topics in the 2 -hour meeting in the ss (formerly Title I) money and which must be that very rude. All she wants Mrs. Prevatt state. "
cafeteria.' used In that program for the disadvantaged said U a ro.RODSe! a yes or no.. "I could live "It costs] us $400.000 per yean said Supt.
Two parents Mary Looney and Peg Trim However that should free a classroom now with either." >>uncal!.' .
ble, attended the meeting. Tie five teachers tM the maintenance crew la ,,"
Blue Chip Effort... being used for Chapter I. Mrs. Spengler
present were Brenda StrOud Terry Prevatt, "The whole problem ia financing," Bald shorthanded; and fixes things on an emergency .only SI percent of the $400,000 school
The Evaluation Committee from Usa Reddish. Iva Jean Harrell..and Laurie Duncab, when questioned about more basis. *" transportation costs: are funded only SI percent
the state Department of Commercewill Mullins.Principal Jesse Moore and secretary. Supt.than one portable. Mrs. Stroud said the fifth grade needs the by the state, the remainder coining from
arrive May 9 to evaluate Brad- Mary Beth Carter were also present. same work done In those classrooms. SE has operaun funds.The food service program was
ford County's application to be It was another in a series of school site Crowing Guard... been done. "We were wr"' dertng if they got also in the red $23,000 last term and
named a Blue Chip Community, it meetings to familiarize school board Is our order," Mrs. Stroud sa.d supplemented by operating funds. =
VMS announced April 4 to the Board members with problems before the 198S-M "I'd like to tell you before someone badly ficuls are discussing how much: t
.fjOowmora of the Starke- budget studies begin. Only Supt. Duncan and tort to" Bald Mrs.school crossiing third.rd's ef "Terry, it houkui De a major undertakinn. -. lunch prices for the 1 e5.M term. '
Bradford ChamEm of Commerce. .Mrs. Scenaler noresented the school board secure <<." Suet. Duncan said.



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a yearlong process, the were immoral actions which war- Young said the second+aiaead'- :-::a-. -said that the changes-had to be backed I II

Bradford County School Board officially ranted termination. cited by the hearing examiner was up with good reasons based on the I ," ".. ." '" 1
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fired Betty Stevens Hutaon that Mrs. Hutson asked her students testimony received at the hearing. t J" iL""S'I PHilliiHlComplete 'I' ,
Worse Than Thief.. He about coming back to Each board member had copies of 'I ,
as a cosinotology teacher at the vo- to Starke on ',..".' ., ,/ \""..." ,

tech The Monday school,board April 29.finally took the mon"Mrs.thief Hutson because is worse she involved than a com-her said the 13th that rather was not than done on the to 14th.protect He ing the 200-page and other legal documents hear-produced ',w .-...,, 'W' ,- ,.. ...., ,,0" .. .. ,. ." ,,- .." ... ,,,1

Hutson case into its own hands colleagues and students in her Mrs. Hutson,but to give the students by the process. .
because there was a desire to com- misconduct: ," Brown said. a day off after having traveled to an Ferrante said the board could also Line of Furniture
municate to other .employees that Brown said Hutson failed to properly out-of-town show. accept the hearing examiner'srecommendation
such behavior would not be supervise the 11 students who Students in the class are requiredto on the action to be Broyhill, Brookline of Georgia, Imperial Florida
tolearated, one achool board went on the trip by allowing them to put in 600 hours of instruction time taken against Mrs. Hutson or in- Furniture Woodland Zorro,
member told The Telegraph.The drink alcoholic beverages in the van before they are eligible to take a test crease the punishment with written Impact, Murphy, ,
action came after a two-hour on the way to Tampa.He for their state license. Justification. Woodbridge Staton, & Englewood
public hearing in which Hutson's at- said some students testified The third Instance of misconduct The hearing examiner had recom- ,
torney, Thomas Young III of the that they were frightened because Young said, was that she should mended that Mrs. Hutson be
Florida Education Association, and Mrs. Hutson drove faster than the have noticed that students were suspended for the remainder of 1985. Everyday Low Prices
school board attorney Terry Brown speed limit Feb. 13 in returning to drinking alcoholic beverages In the The board voted not to accept the .
rehashed the points of the case Starke and also ran off the road Van. hearing examiner's recommendation Credit Terms AvailableFree !
against Mrs. Hutson. several times on the return trip. He Young didn't mention another fin- to suspend at an earlier
The 4-member school board voted said the failure to supervise properly ding Davis stated in the report. She meeting.
3-1 to fire Mrs. Hutson, Board was willful neglect of duty. said that Mrs. Hutson was also guilty That decision was further com- DeliveryNew
Member Judy Becker opposing. of asking her students to lie abeut plicated because Mrs. Hutson had
Voting to fire Mrs. Hutson were The Defense... an incident in which a patron accidentally agreed to resign if the board would
Board Members Patricia Spengler, who received a chemical burn accept the hearing examiner'srecommendation
Hutson's
attorney, was paid Full Line of Dormlr Waterbeds
Parrish. during an appointment at the vo- to suspend her.
Rodney Hall, and J.T. for by the teacher's union, said only
'Former Board Member J.R. (Jim) three of some 38 charges cited by tech cosmetology class when Mrs. CHECK OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUYI
last week and a Brown were included in findings of Hutson was not in the classroom.Ac- Board Overrules 9:00: to 5:30. Mon.-Frl. 9:00: to 3:00: Sat.t ..
replacements not been appointedat fact against Mrs. Hutson by the cording to school rules, no chemical Superintendent, Attorney ,;, ", ', ,
the time of the April 29 hearing. hearing examiner who heard all the applications are to be made unless Supt. Jim Duncan and
testimony in the two-day session in the Instructor is in the classroom. Although suggested acceptingthe : I W' &Mgtt t $1t .PIfe, : ,"a\iJm'\ ;4,91O ,' 2S;$ t
The Case Against... resignation and the
Starke last December. accepting
Motives 1. .
Questioned...
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Hutson was accused of filing a Davis cited only three matters of hearing examiner's recommendation -
false per diem voucher sponsoring misconduct in the report, Young Attorney Young also questionedthe to suspend, the board voted to
a trip for her cosmetology said. motives of vo-tech director I k overrule those suggestions.That .
class February 11-13,1984.! .The Tampa The report concluded that Mrs. Smith who filed charges against prompted the official hearing Attention Senior CitizensWouldn't
show was scheduled for three Hutson filed a false per diem Mrs. Hutson without ever talking to which took place Monday night.
days,but Hutson sought payment fora voucher which would have netted her about the investigation.He After the board's action to fire !
fourth day which would have given her$50. said Mrs. Hutson should have Mrs. Hutson, Young said he was !It Be Great to Hear Well Again
her an unearned$50. Brown pointed out during his been given the opportunity to satisfied that the board had given
Brown said that Hutson asked her arguments that the false per diem discuss the trip and her actions the matter a fair hearing, but was .. You Can!
students to lie about the extra day. voucher was not an isolated inci- before being suspended.After unhappy that the wrong conclusionhad
The 18 adults,ranging in age from 18 dent, but a continuing habit. He said Young and Brown each had been reached.
to 40 years old, got credit for class several of Mrs. Hutson's voucher 40 minutes to discuss their views on He said a decision would be madeon
time that they didn't spend at school had to be reduced by the finance of- the case, the board beard advice on whether to appeal the termina- Linda Shipp, Hearing Aid Specialist with Audio
because of the lie, Brown said. fice because the time she turned in procedure from Ferrante. He said tion after he had a chance to review Service of Gainesville will be In Starke the
Brown said Hutson's false expense didn't match the agenda schedulesof the board could decide to accept the the transcript of the April 29 hear- Hearing

forms and coaching students to lie the meetings she attended.Schlofma hearing or change examiner's those recommendations findings. He- ing. 2nd Thursday of Every Month giving. .jjfljjfc| | Hearing



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(from page 1A;: Lawson was indicted by a Brad- against me, and the premature and choice but to offer my resignation to MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
his Junior year and vice-president of ford County grand jury April 2 for flagrant way the situation has been the Bradford County School Boardii 127 E. Call St. Starke 964-7810
the Senior Class. He was a memberof allegedly molesting a child under presented by television stations, has effective immediately. ,
the Gold Key Honor Society. He the age of 14. The complaint was filed been, and will continue to be, enable my replacement to the .
was included in the list of Outstan- by an 11-year-old boy and his damaging to the Board and the District 3 seat to serve this office THURSDAY MAY 9 9:30 to 12:30
ding Young Men in America in 1979, mother who charged that the boy School System. The nature of the with a clear and open mind for the
I960 and 1962. was fondled on three separate occa- charges and the fact that I am a duration of the term.
Since opening his practice in sions by Lawson. School Board Member has caused Those who are experiencing some difficulty understanding -
Starke in 1979, Schlofman has Lawson was suspended April 5 by the media to continuously cast a "Thank you for allowing me to
offer.
of this FREE
become active in the Chamber of the governor pending the outcome of shadow over the School System, serve these past six and one-half words should take advantage
Commerce and presently serves on the criminal charges against him. each time it reports another step int years. I have enjoyed working with Don't put off today, what could make a better tomorrow.
the Board of Directors. Lawson entered a plea of not guilty he legal process. This I cannot and everyone in the System. We have a
Lawson Resigns... to the charges in court April 8. will not tolerate. first class school system in Bradford
Schlofman will serve on the school In the letter to the governor's office "I am Innocent of the charges. County-one we can all be proud of, THE d1
board until November of 1986 on April 24, Lawson resigned.The They have had a devastating effect and one that deserves protecting." HEARING 1223 NW 16th Ave.
because of this appointment.The letter stated: on me and my family,and we have a AID PLACE Heariii1< Gainesville, FL
seat vacated by J.R. "Jim" "When I ran for the Office of long fight ahead to clear up this mat- Sincerely, 373-5507
Duncan will be up for election in School Board in Un8, I promised the ter. It, however, serves no useful J.R. "Jim" Lawson. $e w c
September, 1986 to complete the two voters that I would serve with dignity purpose to allow the media to con- (signed)
his term at that and honor. I have always tried to tinue to bring the School System into
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for election to a four-year term in, "It has been my Intention to never pens to you when serving in Public ,
*- ;iTT *"- ***..,'be a part of anything which would Office is not necessarily fair and this ,
1988. bring dishonor to the Bradford Coun- is one of those situations. However, '," .. ,
Lawson resigned from the schoolin ty School Board or the School as a conscientious official with! a-
April a 24.New letter. to the governor dated System. The recent charges made sad ,and heavy heart, I nave4no Sunshine Electric




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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the

A new convenience store be will hold
Brooker
may Town of a Special
located about eight miles south of I ii i I

Starke formed in a triangular by SR-100 piece and of CR-18 property Election for the office of Town Mar-'.

following action by the Bradford Come See Us
21 1985.
County Zoning Board Tuesday,April. shal on Tuesday, May ,

30.The pie-shaped tract of about 10 Polling place is the Town Hall. Polls In Our New, Modern

acres, located south of the Keystone

.Airport presently and owned west of Crystal by Robert Lake,B.is will be open from 7:00: a.m. to 7:00: Building at. .


Hawkins.commercial rezoning will be p.m. i

recommended- by the zoning board : 620 N. Thompson St.
for final consideration to be made by Linda Robinson I S
the county commission on Monday,
Mays.The. Town Clerk 964.5060I
rezoning would allow for
general commercial operations, In-
cluding a convenience store.
Another request,also approved 4-0
by the board Tuesday night was for a
change from open rural to light In-
dustrial on one acre owned by the e We are located 2 blocks from U.S. 301
Johnny Shadd Estate 1V4 miles northof
Starke on the east side of US-301. on Hwy. 16 E, by the Railroad Tracks.
James Todd Jr.,who wants to buy '
that property to expand his business, .1 Plenty of Free Parking
said the land would be used for a
machine shop. He said the operation s 1 & Loading Space
has outgrown his present location
and a building of about 30 by 60 feet
would be erected there. 1
The third request passed by the i s 1 't"r:
board would allow Kenneth EUxson
to expand his woadchippingopeta- 1 _
tion off Northwest 52nd Street. He Na.v$149995 CEILINGLIGHTS
asked that five acres at that locationbe Your Complete Electric
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dustrial.Janet Turner of the zoning office (deck free Reg.) value $449.95 & Plumbing Supplier. .
said that other land in the area was
already zoned to allow timber opera- too s.. Offer expires 5/31/85.

tions.Clarence L. Cooper'received the Electric start) i -*Water Heaters -

zoning board's approval for his request 38" rear discharge mower deck .
to locate a mobile home on a Briggs& Stratton I/C/ engine : .
three-acre tract located one-fourth synchro/balanced'1 : *Water Pumps
of a mile west of the Starke city i 2 year warranty on frame and
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May 2.IMS TELEGRAPH FaeiA.
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City S. Bd Committee i I

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rf'F+ : .Starke'' School Grossing Guard Deal :


;
'A deal for school crossing guards was agreed to start out with those some months but a close call two
for Starke and Southslde ETemen- two crossing guards this current 'weeks ago speeded action. A r
tory Schools to be paid for half-and- school year, as soon as Police Chief kindergarten student at Southside '
half by the Bradford School Board Jimmy Bowen can find crossing Elementary darted out onto SR-100
r t and Starke City Commission has guards to hire and to train them. and was struck by the the mirror on 'I
been worked out for submission to Chief Bowen suggested startingout the side of a car. The child was not !
l 0.i both boards. during the current school year to badly Injured, but 13 stitches were ;
The crossing guards will work work the bugs out of the system required to close the cut. !I
under Starke Police Chief Jimmy The committee first suggested
Bowen, will be be responsible for paying the school crossing! guards Mrs.Spongier pushed for action at :
training and providing relief guards 13.35 per hour. The school board, the April 15 school board meeting,
when the regular ones have to be off however, already pays middle volunteering to head the committee
duty. The guards will work two school crossing guard Willie Searcy which met April 29. Committee
hours per day, an hour in the morn- |6 per hour. members present included Chief
Ing when school begins and an hour Chief Bowen said he could not hirea Bowen Mrs.Spengler,Count-'' :
In the afternoon when school qualified school crossing guard for mission Chairman
dismisses. The crossing guards will minimum wage, that it would not be Jr., Commissioner Charles
be paid$6 per hour. worthwhile for just two. hours per Schaefer,'City Commissioner Jim I
day.It. my Crosby, school system Operations .
Chief Bowen said the guard will be was agreed the guards will be Director Lennard Register,
uniformed to look professional and employees of the city, and!g&MOhe and School Board Blue Ribbon Advisory -
be easily recognized by motorists. school board will make a cotYGptttytlon ':,. Committee Member Bob
to the city for the purpose.Arrtnte .t'JlUaon. '
The agreement was reached Mon- terlocal agreement will be written tor*Ilitt 'iI: ;.,;,
day, April 29, by a seven-person cover the situation. ue Ribbon Committee
36 Earn Straight-A's at Southside Elementary... committee of school, city and county The school board and city commissions recommended guards at SE and SS
officials chaired by School Board have been working on the February 1984 report to the
The 36 students at Southside Elementary who earnedstraightA's Third row: Julie Loper,Brittany Bula.Billy Jo Mullis. Chairwoman Patricia Soengler. It school crossing guard proposal for school board.
for the fourth six-weeks grading period, Michelle Gumming, Tami Cauley, Brad Barber, Brad
which ended March 4, are ((1-r): Bishop,Sean Phillips,Bethany Lee,Dana Warren,Amy
First row, seated: Killie Hannah, Alme Griffis,Jasen Rankin, Amy Triest.
Wilkinson, Carl Elder, Duke Lane, Jason Canova,Julie Fourth row, standing: Matthew Eunice, Monica New 1
Evidence Found in Murder Case
Ponder, Rosella Smith. Nichols,Lindsay Walkup,Becky Phillips,Jane Stanwix-
Second row: Erica Pfennlger, Talsir El-Souessi, Hay, Michael McKinney,Kelley Stewart Mae Lyn Van- .
Heather Safer, Packham Shannon Safer Aime -
Amy diver.
Long, Kelly Hall, Timothy Armentrout.I Investigators Don Denton and murdered Banister and Batie. >,Investigators refused to comment
Wiley Clark returned Wednesday, Batie was once married to Debra on what the new information might
I May 1, from a Texas trip with new Banister's sister. relate to.Homecoming I
evidence In two area homicides.
The murders of Joe Banister,Feb.
I 21n Starke and Cecil Batie Jan. 6 in
Obituaries Gainesville,have kept both agencies .
(Bradford Sheriff's Department and -t
the State Attorney) busy since their 1985
.
Marie E.Inouye both of Starke, Buck L. Kight of Chet Heather, North Aurora, Ill, occurance.At
Marie Eleonore Inouye, age 85, of Shreveport. La.; a sister, Hosey Lester Heather, St. Charles 1U; 26 this time Banister's wife,
North Clark Street,Starke FL.,died Menshew ot Argyle, Ga; and seven grandchildren numerous great and Debra, is in Jail in Gainesville, Sunday, May 5
April
Saturday tgernoon, 27,at her grandchildren. great great grandchildren. charged with he usband's murder.
home, following a long illness. Funeral Services were held at Funeral services will .be held at John Wayne h rn is in Jail in
Born in Providence,Rhode Island, 11:00: a.m. on Saturday, April 27, in 11:00: a.m. Thursday, May 2, at the Bryan, Texas targed with the Madison Street
Mrs. Inouye moved to Starke frrom the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with graveside in Crosby Lake Cemetery, murder of a '1 exas housewife. ;
New York in 1944. She was a Rev. Doug Sides officiating. Burial **Hh Rev.Ballard Wilson officiating. Hearn,who is allegedly'hired gun'
secretary for the late R.A. "Lex"Green was in Dyal Cemetery under the Jofteo Funeral Home of Starke In has confessed to authorities hedarreL Church
Attorney for 40 years. She attended direction of Jones Funeral Home of charge the arrangements. 1Ifi .[] Baptist
the First Baptist Church in Starke.
Starke. 900 West Madison Street I
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Survivors include: several close
friends, Mrs. Lu Green Sanders Is Invited To All
andMrs "Everyone
Green
Judge R.A. "Buzzy" ,
Lucille H. Green all of Starke, Liza Slone May : Or Part of the Festivities"
Mr. William H. "Bill" Green of Liza Slone May,age 78, of Hwy 301 I"
Tallahassee. North, Lawtey Fl., died Thursday
Funeral services were held at night,April 25,in Bradford Hospital. Sunday School . . . 9:45 a.m.

the 11:00 Graveside a.m. on Tuesday in New River, April 30, at following a long illness A NATURAL B&UTY FORMULA Morning Worship. . . . . . .11::00 a.m.
Baptist Born in PikeviUe, KY, Mrs. May
Church Cemetery, with Rev. Dog moved to Lawtey from Kentuck over Sold Only By LicensedCosmetologists. Dinner on the Grounds . . . . 12:30: p.m. :
Sides officiating. Burial followed 40 yhears ago. She was a member of Now Available At Children's Musical: !
with Jones Funeral Home of Starkein the Lawtey Chruch of God. .
charge of arrangements Survivors "Include: five "Down By the Creek Bank". : . . .2:00 p.m.
daughters, Mildred Lee, Tampa, HA1RPLANES,,-' 9644645Stop S
Robert C. nubs pastor j
: ."..' utit .."'!'::"': :; -Evelyn Houston Sanford,June Hall, ,

: eyF'lemb i ng firrsw Fontana J ,, Cali, Betty Starling,-' -- ""_. -- ., --by"fgeN..- .. .. a:free-.p.' faclalI..."... .-....... .. .. ___h ._._.. _.. _. _._,...._...... 1 18
AWards m 1n cst ;YUr.f OYJVJIFKI w viIliMlllllh i' "
Hb ( ar e, ., er n- four sons, Homer Lee May, New
day night April 26, in Bradford' Smyrna Beach Don E. May,Miami Hlllllljjlllllllli
Hospital, following a long illness. Richard and Billy May, both of!
Born in Baldwin. She moved to Lawtey five sisters, Rebecca -
;
Packs
i Savings on Family
Starke from Williston four years Robinson and Birdie Billiter both of
ago. She was a shut-in patient Pikeville, KY, Gladys Epps Orlando -
because of a lifelong illness and she Flo Huett, Boonville, Ind. Marie
was Baptist. Schmidt, Indiantown; two brothers,
Survivors include: a sister, Vera Greenie Slone, New Smyrna Beach,
L. Peeler Keystone Hgts; five Frederick Slone. Indiantown; 23
brothers, John R. "Pete" Fleming, grandchilren and 23 great grand-
Keystone Hgts, Charles R. Fleming, children.
Atlas, Okla., Roger H. Fleming, Funeral services were held at 5:00: atees
Jacksonville, Jerry D. Fleming, p.m. on Sunday, April 28, inthe"
Lake City, and Virgil L. Fleming, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, withxKev.
Huntsville, Tex. James Miller officiating. Burial was
Funeral services were held at In Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
10:00: a.m. Monday, April 29, in the direction of Jones Funeral Home of
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Rev. Starke.
Charles Van Zant officiating. Burial
was in Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the direction of Jones Funeral
Home Hwy 100 & Cypress St. Family Pack
Keystone Heights. Marie II.Van Dlepen
Marie Heather Van Dlepen of Neck
Pork
Center Street, Starke, Fl., died sun
John B.
Kight day morning, April 28, in North
John Buck Kight, age 67, of Bes- Florida Regional Hospital, Or BoneS4 $ 00
sent Road, Starke, Fl., died Thurs- Gainesville, following a short illness. .1
day morning, April 25, in Bradford .
Hospital, following a long illness. Born in Parsons, W. Va. she mov- Pig Lbs.
Born in Fargo, Ga. he moved to ed
to Starke from St. Charles, Ill,
Starke, from Green Cove Springsand
over 27 years ago. She was a .
he was a member of Shilo Baptist -
homemaker and member of the
a
Church. First United Methodist Church in Family Pack Sale" .
Survivors include two I Box!
: daughters, Starke. $1 39Lb '
Rosie E.both McCarthy Starke and Carol F. Survivors include: two:daughters, .Pork Spare Ribs . Box of -ao2.
of
Looney three
; sons, June Brownlee Staikr, Loretta
John W. KiRht and James B. Kight, Gainesville 5.29.POrk
.- -. Grenshaw of two sons, Family Pack Asst. Beef Patties . . Ea.

9gc Box of 20. 4 Oz.
PUBLIC NOTICE Ch ops. . .. Lb_ .
Pork Choppettes . . 4.69 Ea.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Pack
Family Box of 12-4 Oz.
Council of the Town of Brooker, Florida, will 59 c 9.39.
Pork Tails . Lb Rib Steaks. :
consider an ordinance for adoption upon se- :. Eye . .

cond and final reading, at its regular meeting Box of 6.8 Ox.TBone
Steaks.8.99Ea.
to be held at 8:00: p.m. on Tuesday, May 14, .

1985, in Town Hall, which is entitled as We Gladly Accept H BoxofB.aoz. .

follows: USDA Food Stamps VOelmonico Steaks. aLOiS EJ.

ORDINANCE NO. 85-1 XTdox of 8.8 Oz. ,

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE OFFICE OF I 8.89 :
.._ Strip Steaks . . Ea.
TOWN MARSHAL; PROVIDING DUTIES

RELATING TO BONDING, APPOINTMENT! OF 10 Lb Pall

DEPUTIES, FINANCE AND USE OF PROPERTY; Pork Chitterlings. . 5. 59ia: Ground .

PROVIDING DUTIES AND AUTHORITY FOR Mixed I ,
a 89 I
LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES: AND TRAIN- Fryer Parts . . 59CLb. Beef. . . ..... I

ING; PROHIBITING CERTAIN LAW ENFORCE- '. _,, .

MENT ACTIONS UNDER SPECIFIED CONDITIONS :
,
; PROVIDING FOR COMPENSATION; .


AND The PROVIDING public is welcome THE EFFECTIVE to attend DATE, HEREOF.and will F BUTCHER SHOP j ,. ".... '" ...


be heard with respect to the .proposed- ordinance Edwards Raad 9645905t' I

at'this meeting. .

Linda Robinson .

Town Clerk '



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'Bradford County Bears Name of Brave, Young Officer


.._..."" <'.,>:.".. ,,//III.! "= .. 1m ,

.y,. 4 On October t, 1881, Captain Richard H.

Bradford, "a noble and chivalrous young
man," was mortally wounded while
.,' 1. leading his troops in a futile attempt to

recapture Fort Pickins on Santa Rosa
: Island, from its Union captors.On .

November 28, 1861 the Florida House
of Representatives passed an act changing
the name of New River County to that of
Bradford "in honor of the memory of the
late Capt. Richard H., Br dford of this
State." The bill was passed by the Florida ,
Senate on Dec. 5, 1861, and approved by
Gov. John Milton the following day.

x yl CIV' s ? f Thus was Bradford County named for
r the first commissioned officer to lose his .
life on Florida soil during the War Betweenthe .5'S
A 4 1.t1 : States. He was 25 years old. V
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In his official report on the Battle of San- .'
5 yr ta Rosa Island, Col. J. Patton Anderson, A
wrote:

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;;( c.;:'':'" '. "'-.c: j; "First on the list (of casualties) stands
.
the name of Capt. Richard Bradford, 1st
Regiment, Florida Volunteers. He fell at
the head of his in the sand dunes Fort Pickens on Santa Rosa Island Is
The Battle Rages regiments. Both sides claimed victory In the In- Company the first Standing on lonely near
I engagement with the enemy. Capt. Brad- this Florida Board of Parks and Historical Marker erected to the memory of
their decisive battle of Santa Rosa Island, but Union
Confederate forces burn Zouave camp on ford was brave, just, generous, and Capt. Richard H. Bradford (pictured at left, the first Florida Confederate of-
forces retained control of Fort Pickens until the
way to attack Fort Pickens. The Zouaves were enlightened, and his native State, upon ficer killed In the Civil War. Shortly after his death the Florida Legislature
New York mercenaries fighting with Union end of the war. whose soil he fell and whose cause has changed the name of New River County to Bradford County In honor of the

been consecrated with his blood, will long young officer Another marker honoring Capt. Bradford stands at the entranceof
delight to honor the memory of a son the 1902 Bradford County courthouse on Call Street.
Opinion and Commentary: whose short career has shed lustre upon

,her arms,and whose fate she laments as a volunteers under the grove of oaks on the New York "toughs and'touts"who spent as
"
public calamity. north side of the public square, and was much time fighting among themselves as
Richard Henry Bradford III was born in there presented by the sixty young ladies, preparing to defend themselves. They
Who Are the Bad GuysIn 1836 on a Leon County plantation north of pupils of the Madison Female Seminary, were crack riflemen, but taken by surprise -
Tallahassee in a community still known as with a beautiful flag of the Confederate were no match for the Confederateswho
Bradfordville. The name was derived States. set their camp afire and rifled it of

NicaraguaExtreme from four Bradford brothers, descendantsof "Capt. Bradford is a noble fellow-kind, everything of value.
William Bradford, first Governor of the discreet, courageous, worthy to be com- Regular troops from the fort rushed to
Plymouth Colony. Edward, Henry mander of such a body of men. A nobler the rescue, attacking the Confederate invaders -
Thomas, and Richard Bradford left theirhome band of youths never graced the armies of and forcing them to retreat to the
statements, mis- the government of Nicaragua. This at SweetBriar Creek in Halifax Rome or Athens or Carthage in their days beach and embark for the mainland before
statements, and over-statements about amounts to attempted interference-in County, N.C. and came to Leon County in of highest renown." they could seriously damage the gun batteries -
the internal affairs of another count' the 1830s. It took them three months to Capt. Bradford Was shot in the
who the "bad in
are guys" Nicaraguahave The was mustered in at Camp
make the hazardous their company
trip, hauling
breast and died instantly while leading his
the American people wonderingwho by making war without admitting families and worldly goods by wagon Magnolia, near Green Cove Springs, on men in the first wave of attack.
is who, and which side to believe. openly and officially. Such actfr.1 train. March 28, 1861 and left for Pensacola
violates scores of commitments made where they were to take part in the Battleof Both sides claimed success in the battle,
President Reagan has full Santa Rosa Island, the first major offen- but it victory for either side-
come on the U.S. to its neighbors in the Richard Bradford III grew up on his was hardly a
by
force, praising the Contras as the equalto father's plantation, but apparently left as sive action of Confederate forces in both lost heavily, but the Federals were
and the rest of the world.In .
Americas to
our American forefathers, and a young man to make his home in Madison.At Florida. Federal troops already held Fort able to reestablish their positions around
Pickens at the mouth of Pensacola Bay, the fort. As the months parsed, events out-
declaring their defeat would plunge the the meanwhile, the debate con- the outbreak of the Civil War he was a
Rifle and the Confederates were determined to side Florida ended any Confederate effort
people of Nicaragua into "the endless tinues over whether the Contras reallyare which member later of became the Madison Roll Company Company F, 1st win back control of the best natural harboron to hold coastal Florida. In May 1862 the
darkness of a communist tyranny." "freedom fighters" or whether they Florida Infantry. the Gulf Coast. Confederates evacuated the Pensacolaarea
of followers of and the Federals moved to the
composed largely over
Secretary of State George Schultz ad- are On the evening of October 8, a thousandor
deposed dictator Somoza, as critics When the call came for volunteers after more Confederate troops were assembled mainlandIn
ded his bit to the confusion, calling for claim? Do they employ the same tac- Florida seceded from the Union in at the Navy Yard near Pensacola her book of memoirs, "Through Some

aid to the Contras while comparing the tics of terror that the Sandinistas are ,January 1861,Bradford-the youngest man waiting to embark for Fort Pickens on Eventful Years," a cousin of Capt. Bradford -
situation in Nicaragua to "another Viet- in the company-was the first to offer his Santa Rosa Island. Armed with pistols and Susan Bradford Eppes, wrote of the
accused of ? Would
nam." If it has the potential of another using they merely services and was elected commander of knives, they also carried materials for fallen hero:
replace one authoritarian governmentwith the company. burning tents and
spiking cannon
Vietnam further involvement there is "..
.he His
was everybody's darling.
another that is equally buildings, and mutilating carriages.
the last thing the American people *' obJectionable In its issue of April 3, 1861 The New gun brother, Sgt. Edward Bradford is bringingthe
would support. ? If the so-called 'experts' on e, an early Madison newspaper, About midnight, their transport ships body home. The telegram said they
Nicaragua are unsure, how can Con- described the scene: and barges moved close to Santa Rosa would stop over a few hours in Madison
Even the double-barreled rhetoric of, gress and the American people know Island and the,men,prepared to abode and (he casket would-Ji a u> stateta the
Reagan'and-Schultz: failed to convince\' the truth? We should not be expected to "Never on an}occaston'was there such a bark. Everything went well, and courthouse there, that Madison might do
of the necessity of voting $14 proYidel'unds'/and"logistical' .aid'to: a ,...throng of people or such a scene of excitement a.m. the .!battalions'wera.fornaedi! .pn+tbe, 1i&iqnpj4; lfhey ij RP and he
mill as was presented in our usually quiet beach four miles east of Pickens.: Between- will be buried in God Ss ACre at Pine Hill.
in non-combat aid to the military force that seeks the effective town) upon the departure yesterday of them and the fort lay the sleeping Federal He was so young, so talented, so hand-
Contras-and for good reason. overthrow of a government, if a very Capt/ Bradford's company of volunteersfor camps. some."

serious question exists about the force's Pensacola. The hour of their departurewas The Southern forces moved ahead in ;
Under: international law it is illegal to fixed at six o'clock in the afternoonand Governor John Milton, who later in the
commit acts of war against another character. friends and relations three columns, plodding through heavy war took his own life in the face of the
by two o'clock their
beach sand for hour and half.
an a They Confederate delivered
fading cause, a
government without declaring So began pouring in from the country on
war. If one clear lesson was learned in were almost upon a camp of New York eulogy on the spotless record of Capt.
far, Mr. Reagan has fallen short of ask- foot, on horseback, and in carriages to Zouaves before a sentinel sounded the
Vietnam it is the futility of trying to shake the hands of the brave boys bound Bradford in civilian and military life. A
alarm.The so-called Zouaves
ing Congtess to declare war on in ( were military company then came forward and
keep a government power or gettinga for Pensacola. .
Nicaragua, but he has steadily sought volunteer mercenaries fighting with some fired three volleys across the grave of the
and is still seeking "covert" funds for new one in power) unless a majority of "Shortly before the hour of departure, northern regiments and reputed to be com- young man whose blood was the first to be
a citizens favor the change. At present no Capt. Bradford paraded his company of posed largely of unruly and undisciplinedany shed on Florida soil.
group of rebels rounded up by the CIA one really knows which government the

clandestinely (in the beginning) so they Nicaraguans would pick if they had a

could attempt to overthrow the San- free choice. '

fact dinista waging government.war against The a Contras governmentstill are in Is it worth another Vietnam for New Fire Chief Outlines Plans for Improvement I

officially recognized by the U.S. as America to find out?

A stepped-up- program of fire emergency," He said. He stressed the Importance of an

H Interest in Civil War Continues HighAn well prevention as training and in preparedness the newest techniques as- Mutual The fire aid agreement chief described with other the hazards inspection in the program city before to uncover they cause fire

volunteer and
of fire fighting was outlined bytarke's county departments trouble with possible loss of life
the of the EMT as a
new fire chief, Dwayne cooperation and thousands of dollars of property
Hard in talk to Rotarians last first-response unit. damage. The department plans to
unusual amount of 2e! a
interest has week. "Starke is growing rapidly and move forward with pre-fire planning
'
been shown in the series of articles cur- Hardee said the department's first with heavy transport trucks and by inspecting potential trouble spots

rently being published in The Telegraph mission is to save lives. "We'll be with numerous freight trains pass- in the city, locating power supplies,
concerning the Civil War and its effecton pushing educational courses for our ing through here daily, carrying tox- gas supplies, and the closest water
ic materials, it is essential that our
Starke and Bradford County and the men in order to upgrade the firemen be prepared for any supply Hardee said.to potential danger spots,
readiness of our department to meet
people living through those stressful emergency," Hardee said.

years. Letters and other inquiries have

been received from readers, not only ..
locally, but from several other parts of -

the state, seeking more information Lawtey Bluegrass
concerning their ancestors who served Forestry in Bradford County

in the war. Festival Pleases
By: David W.Norton

These contacts have been gratifying, Bradford County Forester New Promoters '

not only to The Telegraph but also to ''M { .ffyY
kr'4 -Vdt. 207 additional acres of thrifty office, 964-6280 (ext. 219); the Reforestation -
the local chapter of United Daughters of There were planted pines in Bradford Committee Chairman Ted Cremer at String-instrument pickers and fiddlers

the Confederacy which is hopeful of ex- ; County, growing this spring, thanks to a reforestation 964-6915; or writing to the Florida Forestry from three states gathered last
Association,Box 1696 Tallahassee weekend at Lawtey Bluegrass Park,
its the 32302.LETTERS
tending to sponsored by
program younger groupsin incentives program said to be the oldest of its kind in
order to increase the appreciation of Florida Forestry Association and Florida.

young people in the services performedand x F.w Florida's forest of the industry.Bradford Ted Cremer County, From the pre-convention fish fry
sacrifices chairman for early-comers Thursdayh night to
made by their grand- i Reforestation Committee said, "The --
!5t closing religious services Sunday
fathers and pr
great-grandfathers and Reforestation Incentives
s Florida Program
One Confederate morning, some 1,200 music lovers
their families during this most trying (FRIP for short) reimburses qualifying Veteran IdentifiedIn came and went and sat and listenedto
time in American sRrt landowners for the cost of pine seedlings
history their favorite brand of folk music,
Old
planted for the production of pulpwood or Photograph which includes no brass or percussion -
This renewed interest was further sawtimber. Landowners who participatemay Editor, Telegraph: instruments.A .
be reimbursed for the cost of up to
t shown last Sunday afternoon when 2 60,000 pine seedlings which is sufficient to I read with great Interest your April 25 tion highlight of the spring conven-
the
members several families related to plant 80 acres,..This amounts to as muchas edition of The Telegraph pertaining to Lake was presentation of a plaqueby
returned to individual landownersto Civil War Confederate Veterans, My City Community College,
veterans to Lake $1200
came Crosby
bestowing the honorary HUe of"Pro
John Croft, is picturedin
Cemetery and assisted the UDC in encourage tree planting. great-grandfather the Confederate Veterans reunion in the fessor Emeritus of Music" on Chub-

locating the graves of thirty-two Con- Landowners participating in the program ( early 1900s. He lost his leg in the Civil by Wise, a veteran of 51 years as a
have to: 1) own at least ten acres of second from left country music performer.
federate dead and three Union dead, all War, and is pictured on
and plant a minimum of five acres in During a warm-up jame session
land,
of the
the front row photograph you
of which marked with flowers.
were pines, 2) not be receiving federal cost- Thursday night, Marjorie C. Mobley
share assistance funds for forestry pracUee8la3) published.His of Chle and introduced "Lawtey
About twenty Confederate graves still have a forest management plan, father, mother, and other membersof Bluegrass," an original song for 1
remain to be located, and anyone having at least 600 seedlings per acre the family moved to what was then New whic "',.he composed words and i
knowledge of these is asked to relay (Christmas tree plantings do not qualify) River county from Georgia in 1857. New music. A native of Bradford countYI 1
the information to Mrs. Herbert and, 5)) order their seedlings from the River county was created from a portion of Mrs. MobleyJhopes the !
Jacob Ferguson pauses at the headstone of his Florida Division of Forestry. Columbia County in the late 1850s and In- become the theme song of Lawtey

(Peggy) Thomasb 964-5344, or Mrs. great great grandfather, Louis Witkovskl. dur- from pulp and paper com cluded the area that is now Bradford, Bluegrass Park. ..
Franklvn er.. 473-4958. ing Confederate memorial services at Crosby Contributions sawmills,pulpwood dealers,equipment Baker, and Union Counties. This 15th annual Lawtey festival
Lake Cemetery last Sunday afternoon. panies suppliers, local businesses and Also listed as one of the 52 Confederate was the first presented under the
Since' 1985 is the 120th anniversary of Mr.Witkovskl, one of 32 Confederate veterans private sponsors fund the FRIP reforestation graves hi Crosby Lake Cemetery is that of banner of A it 0 Productions of

(the ending of the Civil War that dividedour whose graves were marked and decorated with program. my great uncle, Adam L. Markey. for Orlando.the Benny Gordon said it,spokesman
was too soon
country it is appropriate that those flowers Sunday lost an arm while in the service. in Paul Markey Rlherd company
Funds for this program are available to say whether the promoters made
who served and sacrificed on both sides because lie had, emigrated of to the condition U.S. while in a Poland.teenager certain counties each year. Hopefully by Lake Butler,Fla. any money this time but hopes to at-
be oppressive '. Bradford county will receive tract larger crowd with bigger
should not forgotten. Coming to Starke from Mllledgeville. Ga. In the August, ,
I ;I";y' 1870s he established a mercantile store here and funds under this program for this planting -- name entertainers at upcomiong

: was active In local politics, serving as Mayor, a year.. "We confess to small faults'only to festivals Commenting this fall and the next festival spring.Gor-
member of the City Council, chairman of the have on ,
that we
FRIP Program convey the impression don said "It of the nicest
Additional information of the was one
and of the Boardof
president
Commission LaRochafoucauld
County no big ones. "
crowds
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Elaine Slade daughter of sleeves. The skirt had gathered ruffles /
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F.Slade Sr. of caught be chiffon- bows. She News -
Hampton and Alan Robert Norton wore a white picture hat with white Weddings'f :
son of Sally E. Thompson of Starke ribbon and flowers and carried a : l
and Bradley A. Norton of Keystone of white, roses, white Receptions. :
Heights were united in marriage daises, blue carnations, baby's Gladys Mooty PartiesRecent i
April 20, at 5:30: p.m. at the home of breath and white ribbons.A 964.7608 ;
the bride's parents, Meng Dairy reception was held inside of the .
road. Hampton with Rev. Bob home where a white and blue carna ,
; Cooper performing the nuptials. tion arrangement was on the I II I
: The couple repeated their vows on refreshment table. I
:: the lawn in front i>f a white arch The bride's table was covered( witha : Bride
:5 woven with greenery .*hd blue and white lace cloth over blue linen and + Oct o. Feted at Parties :
':" white carnations balanced by two was centered with a three tiered I
:::: large ferns.Recorded. wedding cake decorated in blue and Miss Lori McKinney, whose mar Johns at the home of the latter.
:: music was arranged by white and topped with a crystal bub- riage to Brian Davis was an event of The hostesses presented the
::; the bride's brother Donald F.Slade, ble with bells inside. Mrs.Cherylene April 12,was honored at several par honoree( with an assortment of kit
Jr Kimberly of Starke cut the cake. ties recently. chen utensils.
: Matt Hull served as best man and Mrs. Charles Williamson, aunt of On April 4 Miss McKinney was One game was played and the I
:;:-; Zack Edwards was an usher, both: of the bride,presided at the punch bowl I. i honored at a bridal shower given by prize won by Miss Lori Clark.
; Starke. Two year old Ma'.thew Hul: which was encircled with greenery. ., Mrs. Marian Douglas, Mrs. Valerie After Miss McKinney opened her
:'' was ring-bearer.. Milk glass bowls held nuts and mints Coburn, Mrs. Anne Todd, Mrs. gifts the guests were invited to the
;:: Mrs. Edward Neats attended as and a bride's doll further decoratedthe Lavon Drivas and Mrs. Jeanne refreshment table which was I
::.::: matron of honor. Mrs. Donald J. table. }' Loper at the home of the latter. centered with a lovely cake and
Slade of Beaufort the bride's Mrs. Wayne Woods, the groom's t'k The honoree was presented with a assorted finger foods. Mrs. Ruth
sister-in-law, was S'C'i attendant. sister, kept the bride's book. > set of king size waterbed sheets by John assisted in serving,
They were attired alike in light blue The couple made a short( wedding fI the hostesses. After the honoree Among the guests were the '
qiana and chiffon gowns and wore trip to Southern beachs following( the 1// opened her gifts the guests, which honoree's mother and grandmother,
white picture hats enhanced with reception.The ," composed of faculty members of the Mrs. Dewey McKinney and Mrs. I
blue ribbons and flowers. They car- bride and groom are both fq4 in Bradford Middle School, were invited Blanche McKinney.
ried bouquets of blue carnations graduates of Bradford High .; to the refreshment table.

white daisies, baby's breath andblue School.She graduated in 1981 and Among the guests were the .... ,
ribbons. will graduate from Santa Fe Com- honoree mother, Mrs. Dewey

Cindy Slade age S, the bride's munity College on Friday. She plansto McKinney, the prospective groom's Carl Davis of Lake City hosted the
niece, was flower girl. enter UF in the fall for an ,I", mother, Mrs. Bonnie Davis and the rehearsal dinner April 12 at Western
The bride, given in marriage by Associate of Arts degree. f'......... ., prospective bride's grandmother, Steer Steak House for Miss McKinney -
her father, wore a white satin and The groom graduated from BHS in ,'t', \ Mrs. Blanche McKinney. and son, Brian Davis.A .
chiffon floor length gown with lace 1975 and is stock manager at T.G. & .'.,)' ., .
trim around the neckline and Y., Starke.. beautiful silk flower arrange.
ment decorated the head table.
On April 8 Miss McKinney was Upon completion of the dinner
I Conner Reunion Sunday, May 5 honored at a bridal shower given by Lor and Brian presented gifts to
her school friends Miss Selina jhelr'attendants.

The Conner family reunion will be All family members are welcometo : ,'i'I'<.- .- Cassels, Mrs. Carmella Johnson, .t Twenty-seven members of the
I held Sunday, May 5, all day, at attend and enjoy the day. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Norton Miss Angela Epps and Miss Kristy Br{dal.pprty enjoyed the evening.
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Dr. Jean Mundy of interest in the party rooms. tables interspersed with gold of W.T. Weeks Chapter members formed small groups to
Curtis Greene Hosts Thanks were given to Mrs. Muse candelabras with white tapers. U.D.C. held a memorial service for search the cemetery, identify the
Receives PromotionDr. "After Prom" Party and Mrs. Grider for their contributions Bridal place cards marked the Civil War veterans at Crosby Lake graves of Confederate and Union
to the party seating arrangement for the 44 Cemetery last Sunday afternoon at veterans and mark them with
Jean Mundy, daughter of Mrs. Curtis Greene entertained guests which included the wedding two o'clock. flowers.
Leila Mundy, has been appointed 50 friends after the approximately BHS- party, immediate families and out- The chapter president, Mrs. Thirty-two graves of Confederate
Head of the Department of Human Senior Prom last Saturday night at The George Roberts of-town relatives. Franklyn Weisgerber gave a brief veterans and three Union veterans
Services and Studies, at Florida the home of his Mr. and The young couple presented gifts history of Southern Memorial Day were located and marked. The
parents,
State University. Mrs. John Greene at Camp Blan- Host Dinner PartyMr. to their attendants during the din which was designated as April 26 chapter expresses appreciation to
In her new position Dr.Mundy will ding. and is observed by U.D.C. chapterson family members of veterans who
be responsible for the faculty and The refreshment table and Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. ner.Assisting in serving were Mrs. the nearest date possible. visited the cemetery and assisted in
students in four degree areas: covered with a Army/Navy cloth was entertained at a dinner party Friday Dennis Crawford, Mrs. Steve Sim- Following the ceremony, the locating the graves.
Counseling; Health Education; and centered with night at the Methodist Fellowship mons, Mrs. Vernon Siicox and Mrs.
Rehabilitation; and Leisure Ser silk an arrangementof Hall for their son, Scott and fiancee, Don Hardenbrook.Did .
peach flowers
vices. The 21 faculty members and lighted candles. and peach Cindy Norman, following( the

398 students are looking forward to from a silver Punch was served couple's wedding rehearsal. You Know........... Beth Underhill,
punch bowl by Mrs.
Centering the lace covered
Dr. Mundy's leadership.Dr. Ann Thornton and assisting in Bob BooneTo
Mundy will continue to hold servo U-shaped tables was an arrangement Sanford of
ing finger foods Mr. and Mrs. Amos ... .
Mrs.
was
Betty of pink and white silk Wed June 28 t.:
her rank of Professor in Leisure Ser Allen. spring Tavares were Sunday to Tuesday
vices and no doubt will continue to Spring flowers flowers with smaller arrangements guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early. h !
be sought international as a speaker. highlighted points of the same flowers on the side Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Underhill 1.:, '
,announce the engagement and approaching '

I Cindy Norman Honored: at Bridesmaid's Brunch, daughter,Joan marriage Elizabeth,of to Robert their 1"->:1'1'.r.-

... <0 Earl Boone, son of Mr. and.Mrs.
bnBMtebindfNehhtltnandfieKbdali; WHdes aid's'brunch'7aet' ..placed ""on*the piano'iri:4Je..uaos,q r ,n'relating'; ; to'.future, love life... .Earl Boone:all Starke.. ," < >, . -' iiI
attendants were honored at a Saturday morning at 11'a.m. at the room; 'in keeping with the- '/ 'The hostesses presented the bride The couple are both 1984
home of Mrs. Joan T. Chitty of Sear bridesmaid brunch theme. with a place setting of her chosen graduates of Bradford High School.
Starke Woman's Club ing Street. Hostesses for the occasion The grandmothers table in the tableware as a memento of the occa She is employed by P.R. .D.E. and
covered with an sion. Sharing this special event with he is 1
were Mrs. Virginia Darby,Mrs. family room was employed by Union Correction
May Breakfast J.E. Denmark, Mrs. Bob( Ferguson, imported oriental white cloth the bride and her bridesmaids on Institute. .. l .
Installation 18 Mrs. Ann Godwin, Mrs. Randy embellished with hand embroidered Cindy's wedding day were forty of The wedding is planned for June 28 Beth Underhill
May Johns, and Mrs. Chitty. flowers in bright spring colors. her close friends, and relatives of a 17 p.m. in Church of Jesus Christ of Bob Boone
Honorees and guests were servedan Centering the table were miniature the bride and groom's family. Latter Day Saints, Bessent Road,
The festive May Breakfast of theWoman's appetizer their arrival and bridesmaids hats around a yellow Among the guests were Mrs. Starke.
Club of Starke will be heldon were seated at upon tables with individual arrangement of silk flowers. Charley G. Norman, mother of the All friends and relatives are Invited
Saturday, May 18, at 11:30: a.m., named place cards decorated with Four other tables were set up in bride; and Mrs. George Roberts, to attend.
at the clubhouse.The lilac silk flowers. the family room and each covered Jr. mother of the groom; and
breakfast, which will mark The bride and bridesmaids tablein with lace and linen white cloths over grandmothers, Mrs.. Darby Gaskins,
the end of the 1984-83 club year, will the witha ruffled colored underlmers. Each Mrs." ,' Jr., Mrs. -
dining was elegant -
room
feature installation of the officersfor hand embroidered lace table had as centerpieces miniaturehats George W.-Roberts: Sr., and Mrs.
imported "
the coming. year; tickets are five and linen white cloth placed over an decorated with silk blossoms in A.N. Wyllys,p'f Hastings. otave :lira Video
dollars each.CCHhairmen includedMrs.
Other out-oftown guests
colors.At .
underliner of hot pink. Centering the vibrant spring
for this event are table was a brides white ruffled all the conclusion of the brunch, Scott Baker of Jacksonville,
Mrs. J.R. Reddish, and Mrs. R.E. Williams Miss Rachel
delicate the bride and each bridesmaid pull. Mrs. Lori ,
lace umbrella trimmed with
Biggs, to be assisted by Mrs. L.E. silk blossoms in shades of pinks, ed a satin streamer from the um- Williams of Gainesville, Mrs. Billie Keep the Memories Alive ForeverBy
Andrews, Mrs. J. Blackshear, Mrs. fastened with satin and lace bows brella. Each ribbon had a tiny Williams of Salisbury, N.;.C., MISS
: P. Faulkner, Mrs. W.H. Haas, Mrs. ribbons and streamers. The um-, charm tied to the end that was nestled Cheryl Brown and Mrs. Donald Cobb Video-Taping Your WeddingFor
: H..P. Herres, Mrs. D. Reddish, Mrs. in the silk flowers of the of Palalka.
tall on top information call
brella in 964-4582
was standing a antiquecut more ,
; W.B. Scoggins,Mrs. C.B. Spry, Mrs.H. adorned with umbrella. As each honored guest Assisting the hostesses in serving
crystal a
Thomas, Mrs. J.A. Torode, Mrs.J. cascading arrangement vase of silk identified her charm, Mrs. Darby and caring for the guests was Miss
Trawick, Mrs. R. Ward, and Mrs. Sandra
W. Whetstone. flowers in shades of pinks and rose. read her corresponding "future" in Chitty.

Members are asked to make At the base of the vase was an all
lace white brides folding fan, .
: reservations for this affair, by con dACtdONVLL.POOTOALL
decorated with and silk
tacting the chairmen prior to Morn rose pink
and lace ribbons and
day, May 13. Dues for the coming flowers, satin
down the center of the
Placed
bows.
.. club year will also be Accepted at
hand decorated
table were'
this meeting. All members are urg
ed to attend.Engaged. miniature straw bridesmaids hats
fashioned with various shades of

Couple pink and rose silk flowers lace and
satin ribbons, bows and streamers.
Honored at Party Each hat was placed on a silver
stand of varying heights. L
Miss Lynn Pierce and J. Mack Highlighted in the room was a L 1 .,
Godwin, whose marriage will be an large bride doll with formal white
event of May 4, were honored at a gown and veil] placed at one end of 4r
party on Saturday, April 20, at the the buffet. Balancing this was an arrangement se
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Torode, of miniature straw .
Sr. on Kingsley Lake. bridesmaids hats fashioned with
Hosts and hostesses for the occasion assorted pastel silk flowers, ribbons
were Mr. and Mrs. V.J. and lace, placed at the opposite end .c-
Spengler, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kelly of the buffet. A matching arrangement -i
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warren, Mr. and of hats and flowers were also
Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mr. and Mrs. n iC
James R. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl

Torode, Mr. and Mrs. John Torode, Lynn Pierce .
Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Torode, Jr. -
and Richard Torode. Luncheon HonoreeMiss
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The guests were greeted - -
door by Mrs. Torode, Sr. and Lynn Pierce whose mar- I
presented to the receiving line composed riage to J. Mack Godwin will be an .1, 3-Piece Dinner I piece Bulls Special 15-Piece Tailgater I-I II
of the honored couple, the prospective event of May 4, was complimented
bride's parents, Hon. and Restaurant Saturday at China I with one buttermilk biscuit I Family Dinner I Family Dinner
Mrs. George Pierce, the prospective given by Mrs. Linda IColonel's I
groom's mother and grandmother, Johns, Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, Mrs. of the I Get 15 pieces of the Colonel's
Mrs. Ann Godwin and Mrs. M.L. Norman Redding,Mrs. J.T.Prevatt, I This coupon good for 3 pieces or Extra I Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's Original Original Recipe, or Extra Crispy I
Williams. Guests were invited to the Jr., Mrs. Jimmy Prevatt, Mrs. Original RecipeTM. with and large mashed potatoes and
Extra Crispy large
Harold Davis and Mrs. Jack Hazen. mashed potatoes Recipe, or I
refreshment tables by Mrs. Carl CrispyTM. cole slaw, I
I Buttermilk Biscuit mashed potatoes and gravy, large gravy one large salad and 6 Buttermilk I
and 1
Torode.Highlighting the refreshment The dining tables were covered and gravy, with salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits for only I Biscuits for only $11.99. Limit
with white lace cloths. for only $2.59. Limit two dinners I
The head
fresh flower I Limit one one coupon per customer Coupon '
table was a arrange- only for $3,95 coupon per I I
and antique candelabras, surrounded table was centered with an arrangement each.coupon. Coupon good for good only for combination white/dark/
ment customer Coupon good only com
of pink silk spring flowers and combination white/dark< orders. I I
by assorted finger foods. smaller arrangements of the same I sales bination white/dark/ orders. Customer orders. Customer pays all applicable
from the silver ser .Customer-cays: all applicable I
Serving punch flowers were used on the side tables. all apolicahlo ajp vice were Mrs. John Torode, Jr., tax. OFFER GOOD THROUGH MAY 19, 1 pavs. I
Pastel linen and bridal II '
napkins 19 1985. MAY 19. 1985.OON.
Mrs. James R. Flynn and Ms. Sally GOOD THROUGH MAY I
place cards were at.the 24 place set. 1985.
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was Patrick.The graced outdoor by a refreshment crystal punch table bowl tings.Among the guests were Mrs. I wmi THis '$2.59 I WITH THISCOUPON $8.95 I :;j $11.99 I

encircled by English dogwood and George Pierce, mother( of the I I
candle holders. Serving the honoree and Mrs. Ann Godwin and I COUPON (Thl. Foal iWV. N (....... .Y Thto won fun*Mly. M lUtxortvy
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assortment of refreshments were grandmother of the prospective L - -. -. .,- -. .- -.- -.
also served in the deckhouse. groom. s..aLl.--S, , '
The honored couple were 'fl '(AI .1 ,.. :
presented with a silver water pitcher The hostesses presented the ,!,! .' '!It' :
occasion honoree with invitation holderas .
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Julie Rev. D.W.Froom WeyandTo Nelda Davis and Bruce Sims


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Mr. and Mrs. Kent F. Froom of Repeat Vows April 12Nelda

Dumfries Va. announce the engage-
ment and approaching marriage of
their daugher, Julie Suzanne, to ; Lou Davis, daughter of Mr. finger tip veil and she carried an arrangement -
Rev. David W. Weyand, son of Mr. ', and Mrs.Lloyd Mosley of Starke and of pink and white roses.A .
and Mrs. Lester R. Weyand of Danville + s I Bruce Lamar Sims, son of Laneta reception was held in the church
111.The raid Sims of Alexander City, Ala. were Fellowship Hall where Marty
wedding is planned for May united in marriage April 12, at 7:30 Rhoden, director,greeted the guestsat
18, at 7 p.m..in Hope Baptist Church pm. in the Wesconette Church of the door. Dotty Kite kept the
with reception immediately follow- A; God, Jacksonville with Rev. George guest book.
ing in the Fellowship Hall. Palmer performing the nuptials. On the wall behind the bride's
Miss Froom is a 1980 graduate of Centering the stage was a heart cake table was a pink banner with
Garfield High School, Woodbridge. 7i"iryu shaped candelabra flanked by two the bride and grooms names with
Va. 1983 graduate of Liberty Baptist u. flower baskets of white daisies and the date.
College, Lynchburg Va. and KII gladiolus and pink carnations and The bride's table was covered witha
presently employed by Clay Electric mums with tree candelabras on each beige lace cloth over pink linen and
was centered with a three tiered
district clerk.
Co-operative as
Rev. Weyand is a 1979 graduate of end.Presenting a program of nuptial weddding cake flanked by two three-
Julie Froom Decatur Christian High School music was Gilda Rubel,pianist,Bar- branch candelabras with pink
Rev. D.W. Weyand Decature. III.; 1983 graduate of +II bara Smith, organist and Rev. and tapers. Mrs. Leon Odom and Mrs.
Mrs. Robert Kirkland. Ed Riffe cut the cake. Violet Jones
Liberty Baptist College, Lynchburg
Va. and is presently employed by Tim Toon was best man. -cut the groom's cake.'

Hope Baptist Church as Associate Mrs. Harvey Rhoden, sister of the Paula McKinney Ann Norton
Pastor. bride was matron of honor. She presided at the punch bowls at a
No local invitations are being sent. wore a pink floor length gown table covered with beige lace cloths
All friends and family are welcometo 'overlayed by dotted Swiss lace. She over pink linen with two punch
attend. wore a wreath'of pink and burgundyroses bowls. The table was centered with
with pink and burgundy the groom's cake. Single
Summer Program streamers flowing down her back. candelabras with pink tapers were
NOUNCING She carried an arrangement of pink placed on each end of the table.
St. Mark'sLearning and white silk roses. Standing in the receiving line were

CenterWe Leslie Davis, daughter of the the bride and groom, their mothers,
bride, was flower girl. best man and matron of honor.
are now accepting applicationsfor Thomas Edward Scoggins Communion bearer was Teddy Rice bags were handed out by
children, ages 2-10, to attend our Randy and Sallye Scoggins of Riffe, nephew of the groom. Thomas Odom, Travis Odom and
8 week summer recreational program Hampton are the proud parents of a Given in marriage by Mark Charity Riffe.Following .
running June 10 August 3. son.Thomas Edward, born April 3 at Mosley, brother of the bride, she a wedding trip to Silver
We will offer two 4-week sessions; Alachua General Hospital in wore a floor length bone-white Springs the couple is residing at Rt.

1st session,June 10-July 3: 2nd session Gainesville:. He joins polyester gown with a V-neck and 1, Box 68, Starke.
July 8 August 3. Enrollmentfee his sister April who is 7 and brother Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sims sheer sleeves accented with alecon The groom is employed by James
is$5.00 per child for each session Erik who is 4.Paternal lace. A band of lace secured her Eason Roofing, Jacksonville.

attending. The cost will be $120.00 grandparents art
session, with reduced rates for 2 Clarence and Helen of
per Scoggins

or more children. Hours of operation Starke. Paternal great grand- ..................................................................................................................................................m.-u........ ..u. .uu....
are from.7:30 a.m. 5:30: p.m., mother is Elva Dowling of Dun- Did You KnowMr.
Monday through Friday. The Center nellon. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sexton of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Thomas of Pvt. Barry Carlton

will provide a morning and after Maternal grandparents are Paul Ashboro, N.C. were Saturday to Palmetto were weekend guests of Completes Specialist
and Mrs. William Peters
noon snack. Parents are required to and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. Wednesday of last week guests of Mrs. E.C. Dukes.
furnish children's lunches. entertained the family of Mrs. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Course at Ft. Harrison

Our focus for the summer is on Peters at a reunion last week at their and Mrs. J. Ellis Byrd. Mrs. Gladys Goldwire, Mrs. John
and Darrin James HigginbothamMr. Kinsley Lake home. Sightseeingand Army National Guard Pvt. Barry
recreation, nature study Griffin and Miss Lillian Stump
enrichment. Our Program will be and Mrs. Randall J. Higgin- enjoying the Lake were her visited Mrs. Goldwire's nephew M. Carlton, son of Sharon R. and
staffed with qualified teachers and botham of Lawtey announce the sister Julia and her husband Clay The literary work of local writer, Dale Fisher in Monroe Medical Martin H. Carlton of Rural Route 2,
assistants to provide an enriched experience birth of a son, Darrin James, born Whitcomb from Sterling, Colo., her Janice Sanford will appear in a ma- Center and her sister, Mrs. W.H. Starke, has completed the Army
with adequate supervision. April 18 in Alachua General brother Donald Hall from Sterling, jor anthology of American poetry to Peebles in Ocala on Saturday. personnel administration specialist
Registration will be through Hospital. He joins a brother, JustinR. Colo., her sister Marjorie and her be released this spring. Mrs. San- course at Fort Benjamin Harrison,
open ., age 5r4.Maternal. husband Charles Hideman from ford was selected to be included in Ind.
31. For additional informationand Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. John
May grandparents are CarlE. Denver, Colo., her brother Robert this volume title The New Poets.
applications, please contact Griffin, Mrs. W.H. Thomson and
Griffis and Mrs. Leatha Higgin- Hall and his wife Martha from Mrs. Sanford was born and raised in Carlton is scheduled to serve at
Rhoda Wainwright or Carolyn Ben- Mrs. Jim Womack and sons,Bill and
botham of Lawtey and great grandmother Lafayette, Colo. A brother Gordon Baker County and now lives in Camp Blanding.He .
nett at 964-8914.8:30: a.m.-3:30 Brad Hamilton of Starke Mr. and
p.m. Mrs. Sue Gault of Lawtey.* Hall and his wife Kathryn from Starke with her husband Billy Joe is a 1984 graduate of Bradford
Mrs. Thomson of Birmingham
Paternal grandparents are J.C. Hig- Denver Colo. were unable to attend Sanford and their seven children.Mr. Henry High School.
Ala., and Mr. and Mrs.
ginbotham of Lawtey and Mrs. due to illness. The family of Mrs.
Donna Carlton
Fred Thomson and Todd of
son,
Thelma L. Goodman of Starke and Peters greatly enjoyed an oyster and Mrs. Carmon Manes of
Tallahassee visited Dr. and Mrs.
Stork Shower grandmothers are Mrs. Daisy roast Mrs. Dee Hague Lakewood Ohio weekend
great given by were T.E. Jacobs and family in Roslyn, John P. Johns PromotedTo
Starling of Lawtey and Mrs. Janie Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. FrankW. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas.
N.Y. 18-21. Mrs. W.H. Thomson
Donna Carlton will be honored at a Higginbotham of Maxville. Palmer at the home of Mr. and remained April with her daughter, Marine Lance Cpl.

stork shower Saturday May 4, at 8 Mrs. Palmer.Mr. Mrs. Mona Canova, Mrs. Muriel Mrs. Jacobs, and family for a weeks
p.m. at the Raiford Community Leslie Travis Prevail Jr. Norman, Mrs. Lucile Johns and visit. Marine Lance Cpl. John P. Johns,
Center.All Mr. and Mrs. Travis Prevatt of and Mrs. Drew Reddish madea Mrs. Leona Royal attended the a 1984 graduate of Bradford High
friends and relatives are invited "Lawtey announce the birth of a son, business trip last week to New Retired Teachers District IV 23 Club School has been promoted to his pre-
Duplicate Bridge
to attend. Leslie Travis Prevatt,Jr. born April Orleans and were accompanied by Leadership Workshop Tuesday at results April were. Ida Shaw and Evelyn sent rank while serving at Marine
19, in Shand's Hospital. Mrs. P.D. Reddish who visited Mr. the First Baptist Church, Aviation Training Support Group-90,
Griffin Rhea Johnson and Lora
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish in Pensacola Gainesville. ; Naval Air Technical Training
Francis and Yvonne R. Reichmannand
Terri) Massey and Mrs. Richard Page of Jackson- while they were in New Orleans. Allen Brew. Center, Naval Air Station Memphis,
Honored at PartiesMiss ville. Great grandparents are Mr. Millington TN.
and Mrs.W.R. Mullins of Lexington.. Scott Parker of FSU spent Tuesrday -

Terri Massey,, whose mart Tenn. Paternal,grandparents are and Wednesday jwith. his aunts,
Mrs.Madeline Prevail and the late Mr&c Carolyn-Rcdgrae Airs.
riage to Michael Andrews win be.n
I
event of May 10, was honored at two Leslie S. Prevatt of Lawtey.- ; Edna Wells.

showers in the past week. .L. I
Tuesday evening April 16, Miss Meals Wheels Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee is
on
home break this week and
Massey was given a bridal shower '. on spring $
by Mrs. Gladys Edwards, Mrs. Jack Celebrate One Year staying at their cottage at Kingsley ALE i i.L.
Lake. il
Underhill and Mrs. Ronnie Tomlinson Meals on Wheels volunteers l!
at the home of the latter. cH"L>rated their first anniversary I
Northside Baptist Church had a
Arrangements of blue silk flowers iI
/ 29.
; ,
father/son camping trip at the homeof
in the
were at vantage points party
Volunteers were at coffeein
guests a
room. Travis Wyman on Silver Lake Friday r
Fellowship Hall Monday morning night while the ladies and girls
Games with prizes were enjoyedby
recognizing one year of a job well
had slumber
a mother/daughter
the guests after which homemade done. ,i
: party at the home of Mrs. BettyM.C.Kellyinlawtey.
strawberry shortcake was served.
'
One the
year ago project was
ROADMARK
Among the 30 attending were Mrs. (
started with the help of the First ,
Wayne Massey and Mrs. Ervin An- United Methodist Church'BradfordHospital
drews, mothers of the prospective and volunteer.(from the STARKE WIDE TOUGH 7-RIB
bride and groom, and all the grand church and the TREAD
community.' CHURCH OF GOD
mothers. They were all given cor 23 plus volunteers deliver a hot _6 DEEP TREAD $ 9 5
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
GROOVESSMOOTHRIDING
sages. meal Monday through Friday to the 2 8
Walter F. Monti Pastor
The hostesses presented the homes of 17 clients ,in the Starke -
honoree with a blender as a memento area. J .- ,We invite you to worship with us. POLYCORD BODY

of the occasion.On A charge for the meals depends on ATTENDED NURSERY P165/80B-13/

the financial means of the in- ,Sunday School . . 10 i.n. Size P16580B-13
dividual. The balanced meal is Meriting. Worship . . 11i.m. 4_ SIZEP20575B14
prepared at the hospital and Evoring Service . . 6 p.m. ,
Friday night, April 19, Miss delivered by private vehicles. .Wednesday Youth ... 7:30 ..m.. : P195/75B.14/ 35.95 P215/75B.15 38.9
bridal showerby
Massey
was given a ,
"We are unable to take on more r '
Mrs. A.W. Chapman, Mrs. Ed clients at this time since we have a i 37.95 P225/75B.15 39.9
Riplinger, Mrs. Charles Blalock, full route which covers 15 miles and
Mrs. Bob Matthews and Mrs. we want to deliver the meals within CommunityBible P215/75B.14 38.95 P235/75B-15/ 40.9
Rhymer Howell in the Fellowship the noon hour," said Norma Thompson :
Hall at the Madison Street Baptist director of the service; Church P225/75B.14 40.95 .Wth Trade

Church. "however, we are anxious to talk to Baptist Fundamental .' _. .WhltewallsTubeless
Potted palms were placed at anyone about the service and will
D.M.! WESTON 964-5522
'POints of interest in the Hall. The start another route if the need and REV. '

refreshment table was covered witha the volunteers are there. INSTANTCREDIT
white lace cloth and centered with Meals on Wheels is under the Sunday Senke..9:45: ft 11 i.m. ti

an arrangement of English dogwoodand direction of the Methodist Council on Sunday Evening. . ,. .7:00: p.m. '
yellow daffodils.As Ministry committee Church and
the guests arrived a "get- Society. Gladys Hobbs and Oleeta Temporary Meeting Place: AVAILABLE
acquainted games was played. Hardenbrook assist Mrs.Thompson.For Pratt St. Recreation Bldg. .a
Among the 30 guests attending bet- further information please .
ween the hours of 7:30 and I 9 p.m. call the church office 9646864. fl.
were the mothers of the prospectivebride

and groom, Mrs. Wayne .. ,
Massey and Mrs. Ervin Andrews,

who were given corsages. Cox Appliance
The hostesses presented the _
honoree with a place setting of their I CUSTOM WHEELS

chosen china pattern as a mementoof & .
the occasion.
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and approaching marriage of their All Major Appliances FRONT Ei.ALIGNMENT. OIL CHANGE,
daughter Julie Lynn Grittls, to j SPECIAL LUBE & FILTER I
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Apse Griffis is a 1976! graduate of .' i J'24zJLatviJLrui'
Bradford High School and la presently :
employed as a Records Super- '
visor with the Reception and MARION co.
Medical Center. 1964-74621 '. TIRE & BATTERY

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Union County High School and is / 24INSTANT ,CREDIT STARKE: .
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The wedding planned for June 29at (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd) TAI+ ...... I T'TIB -. I 709 S. Walnut St.

4:00: p.m. at the Klngsley Lake : :=-- ..... ..... (NedtoWencfyfl)
Baptist Church- All friends and Starke, Florida 32091 ;; r--
relatives are invited to attend.







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Methodists Host Live Dramatization

I Church News ..........................................Y,.,....................'......1........L.I..... KBBEI

The First United Methodist 3:30: p.m. May I 5 wh mothers and
first Baptist Church presented to the deacons by Charles which he is to ministry. Each month Church will be the setting Sunday daughters gather in the sanctuary
Holds Second Annie Goodowns, Chairman of the deacon they meet to pray for their people i afternoon for a visit from Susanna for a glimpse into the 18th century:*
fellowship at First Baptist. Each and plan for effective ministry. Wesley. which was an age of political and
Church-Wide PierThis wife pinned her husband with the They also have regular duties and History remembers her as the social turmoil.
deacons pins provided by the chuch. responsibilities in the worship and mother who gave us John Wesley The one-woman drama was also
Si turday, T \lt is the day There are 18 deacons of the outreach ministry of the church. the founder of Methodism andCharles written by Peggy Miller, who is a
set for th'First Racist Church's Second church. They serve on a rotating Those men currently serving as Wesley, one of the greatest wife of a Methodist minister and the
Annual Chu" wide Picnic. basis whereby six deacons rotate off deacons ,are: Scott Adams, Paul hymn writers of all time. mother of two daughters. The
the p+;nic wi' be held at the and are replaced by six other men Carter, Jim Duncan, Frank Durrance' 9 Susanna, portrayed by Peggy Millers live in Jacksonville. During
.cad Branch State Park annually. Each deacon serves a Ken Elixson, Charles Miller, was, however a remarkable 1984 Peggy performed for over
no.th of Keystone Heights just on three-year term and is not eligiblefor Goodowns, Ray Griffin, Tom Gross, + woman in her own right: a born 20,000 people across the country in 16
Highway 21. reselection until at least one year Jack Hazen, Dale Holloway, Jim teacher, an exemplary mother, a different states.
The youth of First Baptist Church has passed. The active membershipis Locke, Lavern Outlaw, Marion source of strength to her husband, Following the dramatization a
will leave the church at 1:30: on the divided among the deacons for Payne, Lennard Register, David Samuel, and a spiritual advisor to Mother-Daughter Tea will be held in
church bus to go out to the park and ministry purposes. Each deacon hasa Smith Marvin Stallings, Sonny Ten- her children throughout their lives. Fellowship Hall.
enjoy Lake Johnson, which is an excellent notebook containing the families to ly, Bob Woods. The time will be turned back at Guests are welcome.

place for swimming.
Goldhead Branch State Park has
some of the most beautiful nature
trails to be found anywhere in the rlII4tIJ1JJJlJI I *_ 'J
state of Florida. Members of First
Baptist Church and their guests are
invited to come and bring whatever YOUR KEY
recreational equipment that they
would like as well as several covered
dishes of food to share with others at

the Individuals picnic. are encouraged to TO SAVINGS

come as early as they like and enjoy
the park. The First Baptist Church
plans on beginning their picnic activities -
around 4:00: p.m. and will
begin eating the meal at 5:30: AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
Pavillion16 at the Goldhead
Branch State Park has been reserved Sale prices good thru Saturday. 4.
for the First Baptist Church Picnic May Come In and pick-up our 8-page sale
The cost for entering the park is We reserve the right to limit quantities.See circular lor savings on over 100 more Items.frvje .

50< per person. Bring your favorite the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you.
covered dishes and your lawn chairs
and join the members of First Bap-- .
tist Church for a great day of Chris-
tian fellowship.St. .


Edwards News

Senior Citizens Honored

On Sunday, April 28, members of w I.
he Bradford County Senior Citizens / Y PERNU FT : !
Club and friends were honored at a
Covered Dish Dinner given by St.
Edward's Altar Society in the parish I t,}ylrdN

hall.Guests / (INAfINM /,
were welcomed by Altar : WnlxYn a.norn / alYp, rIlu
Society President, Muriel Gilhooly. : lull I"r YIIiwRRWnhoYl
Entertainment was provided by
Debbie Lindsey with her violin and ,
WIYroA TM l mlL1jVb
Glenn Elwood Plimpton who sang.
Mrs. Antoinette Coss led the group in \r-
a sing-along of familiar tunes.

receiving Following special the dinner gifts among were: those Mrs. 5.00 OPIUM REGULAR COLOGNE PRICE 2.29 SHAMPOO 15-OX." 39.9 pJ SERCMVALENn-MEN'S or LADIES' I 1 99T1DI LAUNDRY CHEER or 27 GALAXY OSCILLATING 18" FAN
Minnie Coss and DeWaters
Rudy 2-02.or COLOGNE or QUARTZ ANALOG #2151....KIt r
the oldest present,Mrs. Vicki Zacek, OFF SPRAY 1.6-OZ. CONDITIONERmm WATCH Reg.49.99 4942.Q .
and Mrs. Jenny Ferda who were
born in Czechoslovakia, and Henry
Stefanelli, born in Italy. Peggy
Richardson was the mother of the
most children, and Viola Lefebvrewas BBd
recognized as having the most i t I I ladY SEiCli .,. .
grandchildren. Mrs. Evelyn ? s NIi ROHH
Vaughan was given a gift as ''JOAK?
Secretary of the Bradford County
Club and past president of the STICK, .
Hampton Club. Rhiannon Bott was # 4ryp.Y I
given a prize as the youngest person
,'WZt:;: resent at'the time of distribution of rcW-ON! CUSTOM mm*B ARBASOL SH A / ASSORTED DEODORANT ROYALOAK STRAP
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1iJ j W** 1WA"* J *j & "tfdM -ADESh i/Jr ti-ot.-'ivt Y'/O snotsSOLIDS CHARCOAL 1O-US. 88V\NYL CHAIR
CHOKE OF 30 ii / 3 TYPES Limit tff Rap 1.59 to 3.47 METEOR ELECTRIC 112.
Thomas and Mildred
honored for having celebrated Dwyer were their ,y, j 3-PANCOMPACT........... 2.99 _OFF CHARCOALLIOHTER....... 4.77 ___ MESH TABLE_ ......3.88

59th Wedding Anniversary on Nov. _

10.The. refreshment table 'was I

centered with an arrangement of :;::...,.-
IJ lane ,
fr '("' Trunt ,,-
variegated spring flowers. Mrs.
Gilhooly was in charge of arrangements Billlair
for the affair.

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Homecoming SundayAt ;ThJII
Madison Street BaptistThe YI"'R::'YMM::: Curl

CLAIROL COLOR :: 14.B$ K IGLOO PLAYMATE !'PLYi.L
Street Baptist 1 010
Madison 2 97".50'
RENEWAL 3.69MOISTURIZER12or.01 HeftI'M' :. COOLER 1S-OT. HOSE
Church will be hosting their annual !! ALL SHADES : ] 1.00- 'Greatforplcnics. .
Homecoming Sunday, May 5. OFF Reg.5." 10.88 =
The day will begin with an exciting
Bible Study in small grou 9:45
a.m. The Morning Bible study will -,.
be followed by a Praise Service in
the Morning Worship hour beginningat I
Service ; Assw&l MAXIMUM STRENG11t:
11:00: a.m. The Praise
will lead into a fabulous feast by the ANACIN. el?
world's best cooks beginning at 12:30:
err
!rj..lJIlIh; b
p.m.The : 1
Homecoming events will be T. mAu
off the children performing I ........ CAPSULES ,
topped by .::::::: CAPSULS.oYmlanca : # -
The Children's Musical, "Down ( La
By The Creek Bank". Everyone is NATURAL ASSURE I BURGESS 3-CAUON
invited to enjoy any or all of the exciting L2 WVV! 9CLIpri1LINE 1 77ANACIN3MAXIMUM S a.99COMBINATION 1999-:" TANK SPRAYER
events of the family of -3.00 Reg.:ze."
Madison Street Baptist Church. Limit 2TEFLON velar ueE 16.99 =


Senior Adult SundayAt

First Baptist Church

Sunday May 5th, is Senior Adult
Sunday at First Baptist Church of
Starke. On this day, the First Bap--
tist Church will highlight their
senior adults. The senior adults will
form a choir for the 11:00: a.m. ser
I -
vice on that day.
At noon the First Baptist Church >BUTLER C-U-M SUPER COOLER COATED ; ICASUALS MUCS,
will honor the senior adults with a 99 TOOTHBRUSH 1 99 TUMBLERS 2 99 10"FlY PAN 89" u or PLATIS 1.49f|
special senior adult lunch in the CHOKE OF TYPES Reg.3.29 Reg.5.19.am
fellowship hall of First Baptist
Church. Other adult Sunday School
departments will bring covered
dishes in honor of the senior adults. E
Senior adults from all over the
Starke and Bradford County com
munity are invited to come and Join
the senior adult activities at the
First Baptist Church of Starke.
This is always a great day for
senior adults who participate. The

First Baptist Church hopes that a.y I I I
senior adults from all over the area
will come and join them for this very ENTIRE STOCK AM/FM AC/PC 'KEYSTONE VEREADYENERCIZSR2MCXAAOT
special day which they call Senior MEN'S*LADIES' 9 9PSANYO RADIO 59.95 EVSRFLA5H AF-2 59CAIPnPItISH0
Adult Sunday. LcOFF. SWIMWEAS J5mmCAMIRA"IATTlIIII' 11
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Deacons First Baptist OrdainedAt r THE [CD] tt t

AUUIrr 04 re
Sunday evening, April 28,- four r/4r a L.. Y.Y
men were ordained to the Deacon BESTGENERIC o
Ministry at the First Baptist Churchof : PAQECKERD
Starke. The deacons who were or-
dained and their wives were: Scott

and Crystal Adams, Frank and NIIM ,p O }
Charlotte Durrante, Dale and Linda
, Holloway and Tom and Fran Gross. RX
Mrs Louise Hightower wife of
Deacon Ben Hightower, presented
the charge to the deacon 8 wives.
The Pastor, Reverend Ben Bryant,

presented Certificates the of ordinations were


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Hilites .... ......... .......... ....... .... .... .,........ .............................................................................."... .......... ... .......,.............. ............. .. ..... '"
I Hampton A-B Honor Roll were: First Grade-
an annual event. Roses of all sizes. Hospital following recent surgery. firemen's unitorms including Rebekah Comer, Charles Crawford,
and shapes were on dviay special equipment to assist during Jennifer Glenn Tori Hersey. Jenny
II) l>"Inrc'1I'1It: Visitors throughout the city. Hampton Elementary School night hours. Johnson, Melissa Kyle, Ian Marney:,
Phone Iti&1913> : Mr. George Werre who is recover The EMT personnel explained procedures Timmy May, James Rhoden, April
ing at his home from recent surgerywas Dinn ICnjoyed Latchkey ProgramOn to take in case of snakebite, Scoggins and Charlotte Smith. Se-
ar-n.Uue Dinner pleasantly surprised on Saturday Mrs. Fvclyn Vaughan and Mr. Thursday, April 25, the Starke cuts, burns, broken bones or other cond Grade- Christina Broome,Jen-
The Hampton PTA is sponsoring a his 65th birthday, by the visit of Rudy DeWaters were among those Junior Woman's Club sponsored the accidents.The nifer Darley, C.K. Fuqua, Laurel
Chicken Bar.B-Que Dinner at Hampton his daughter, Mrs. Susan Ray and honored at the Senior Citizens Din- Latchkey Program at the school for policemen in uniform advised Sanford, Julie Collins, Wayne
Elementary School on Friday, family from Lake Butler. On Sun- ner given last Sunday for local the Kindergarten, first, second and children on safety measures to use Crawford, Tim Crews, Jon Glenn,
May 3, beginning at 4:00: p.m. The day he was honored at a family din- Senior Citizens. third grades. This program organized in coming to and from school whenon Sonya Hodges, Jennifer Jones,
Dinner is priced at $2.50 plate ner at the home of his son, Mr. Jim- the streets in their homes.
per Mrs. Vaughan was given a gift in. to help young children who arrive or Tracey :McCullough, Kevin Orton,
and will include baked beans, cole my Werre and family of Lake recognition of her office as home from school in the absence of Children were also advised of the Brian Salvatore, and Jason Sander-
slaw and drink. Proceeds will be used Butler. Secretary of the Bradford County parents or older supervisors also Emergency Telephone Number to sone. Third Grade Jose Aviles,
for necessary supplies at the Among recent visitors of Mr. and Senior Citizens Club. Evelyn is also trains children to act responsibly in memorize in case help is needed Christy Comer,. Stacy Young,
school. Mrs. George Werre were Mr. and remembered as the past president of emergency situations. (964-6161). Kimberly Wilson, Angela Baker,
..". .. ... Mrs. Stanley Padgett and Mrs. the Hampton Club. The Program was supervised by The teachers were presented witha Adam Crawford, Eric Donnerstag,
Florence Moody of Lake Butler. Mr. DeWaters was awared a prizeas Emergency Medical Technicians, book entitled "Latchkey Children" Johnny Hernandez, Jason Padgett,
Rev. Woody Miller the oldest person present. He members of the Starke Fire Dept. giving valuable information on this Rodney Padgett and Samantha
AItt"lulltost'Festival. celebrated his 85th birthday on and of the Police Force. They explained subject. Truman. Fourth Grade Danielle
RevivalAt
Presents
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng visited March 18. the specialized training Hersey, Billy Kyle and Donald Dick.
Lawtey Church of God their son and daughter-in-law over needed in their professions after Report Cards Fifth Grade Mark Crawford, Dana
the weekend. They all enjoyed the Students were presented with
graduation from School.
Hospitalized High Hall, Joey Hall, Gina Padgett,
Rose Festival in Thomasville. Ga., Mrs. Ruth Dennison Children interested the report cards on Monday giving
The Reverend Woody Miller, a is making were to see William Price and Fletcher
most successful Church of God satisfactory progress at Bradford firemen who arrived in street grades for the fifth six weeks Rodgers. Seventh Grade Cindy
clothing quickly to their grading period. Those listed on the .
Evangelist who preaches the change Davis and Karen Estevez.Rawson
Biblical prophecy of the end of this
age will begin a revival crusade on
May 12 at the Church of God located I -
at Lawtey, 301 South, according to
an announcement made by the Rev The New Owner
James church.W. Miller, pastor of the local ,

The Reverend Miller has spent 0
years in this study and at present
spends many hours each day on cur A Renewed Commitment

rent prophecy.The events, comparing. them to Bible -

Reverend Miller declares that
a comparison of the current events
with Biblical facts along with the Rededication To You
scientific facts indicates that the end
of the world is very near. He states
that many facts of news today are
the fulfillment of of the Bible -
prophecy
from thousands of years ago. Beer Meat We Sell U.S.D.A. Choice Beef

These were to consumate this age.
,
Local pastor Miller, said ti v 1 A'
everyone is cordially invited to come '
and hear these facts presented
nightly at 7:30: p.m. except Sunday
Evening at 6 p.m. x

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Kevin Booth Promotedto N1 1' 111 1

Private First Class
Kevin M. Booth, son of William L "
and Barbara A. Booth of Keystone
Heights, has been promoted in the
U.S. Army to the rank of private

first Booth class.is a supply specialist with i I

the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort _________ .
Bragg, N.C. Ii. -Y .c1 qt"r" p FWk F, F1,91l '

His wife, Lori, is the daughter of .Cl CoiAiD1Et ,
Diane Thomas of Rural Route 2, % w -g&- 'ls q
Keystone Heights. 3uk
Booth is a 1984 graduate of
Keystone High School, Keystone
Heights.


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Stephen Foster Folk $ P ? Ti i.1

CAN- .,

Festival May 2426At _
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White Springs 4 t2v9.k '$6ovEN 4 ': i8; ",;,++p i.

Preparations are under way for SSTu3.35 QIH
the 33rd Annual Florida Folk ;PIE1 cotAt; f t ; P
Festival to be held Memorial Day ,. yvaffttri&to'nSSHtogft&f } oEUt T Ilahxh 1 i$ 'iet'l d ,
weekend (May 24-26)'at the Stephen 1 $ N a 'fi B BMF4.b frI e {:w)1 J ,
Foster State Folk Culture Center in 1SA 71uaDi'F
White Springs, nnounces Secretaryof MT'DBWQRT-IP l S$ rl + ,,, a, .. ,cNOrdrtnflorroM ylr1 ti. : l

State George Firestone. LIMR1000PON'PERREM 'i ')
"This'> ':!ar will be the first time O00 TMRU ec MhY 19(18, r iS; t, ,uo ; ,aA u i ROIJ D, ,,98' .. a i'r2 AJM'ktY u

three major Florida folklife areas wir.rrr i.if.rr'.l
are Firestone featured says.at the Festival," Mr. Produce You Pick Your Own

In the the Festival ,
past, usually -t 4 /, ,y
contained only one folklife area, Dairy-Deli + r
highlighting a distinctive Florida
region, ethnic group, or occupation.For 1
the 33rd Annual Festival, exten- MRS. FILBERTSMARGARINE BALL PARK '"" f
sive fieldwork has been conductedon .
the folklife in the St. John's River FRANKS
Basin region with the Seminole In- .. MEAT OR BEEF
...
dian Tribe oT'South-E'lorida, and \\I .... -rll \ 1StI

among Ukrainian-American in the \< : $169
Tampa Bay Area. !
Folk traditions researched and 16OZ 5 g _______ 16-OZ
PKG. ,, +} a
documented in the St. John's River PKQ.CROWLEVS.
Basin region, from the Duval County BREAD a BUTTER r r ,, ;1
boundary line to Lake George, will SWISS STYLE OR WHOLE DEUJARVlasic '
be presented in a special site at the Yogurt aoz 3/1. Pickles. 1.O9 w >
Festival. The folklife from the St.
12OZ: PKO BORDEN SLICEDAmerican HORMEL SLICEDPepperoni
John's River Basin will include i.
fishing lore, crafts, history, songs, SINGLES 1.79PANTRY a** .99 r '
:
tales and practices as well as PRIDEBiscuits SUNNYLAND MEAT OR BEEF iI+S '!,{ + a+I

Mexican-American foodways, ISS 2, 1KJZ: .89 Bologna . 1602 1.69
crafts, music, and dance.A BREAKSTONE LVKES AMERICAN QUAUTY 4 yA09 l1'l' yc t, !'
week before the Festival begins, Sour Cream 240Z 1.69 Sliced Ham ,:z2.39 ,pi
Seminole Indians will arrive at the
Center to build a small camp of L
chickees. During the Festival, FrozenBUDGET
represtatives from the Seminole In- Bakery _
dian Tribe of Florida will

demonstrate traditional foodways, Y R'
basket weaving, doll making, patchwork -- PANTRY PRIDE WHITE h f ?

,and beadwork. Storytellingand ING SIZE ,. ,
alligator wrestling will also be
GOURMET
featured in the Seminole area. BREAD
People from the Ukrainian- ALL VARIETIES 4.1; vr
American community in the Tampa y 20OZ LOAF '" v.hw
Bay area will showcase foodways,
woodcarving, egg painting, and embroidery -
as well as music, dance,
and song at the Festival. 100Z
The Festival is sponsored by FROZEN
Florida Folklife Programs a bureauof { uW f 43 L Wild, q ri," f''s ,v? ,
the Florida Department of Statein
cooperation with the Florida Park
SErvice of the Department of PANTRY PRIDEHAMBURGER
8 PAK
Natural Resources.

"Each year the Florida Folk or HOT DOG 3 $" 49
Festival folk traditions
presents and r'
FROZEN-OREEN OIANT
customs of Floridians-their music, Com the Cob cr'1.39 BUNSPANTRY FOR ... sI. +
songs, crafts, and foods. The on +4 i Tr Pa ucsxn F n
Festival is a panorama of Florida's BANQUET HOT SPICY PRIDE sC ? + '
!
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folklife, much of it little recognized Fried Chicken : oz 3.19 'y Bd''
by the average said PRIDE REOUUM OR PINK ENGLISHMUFFINS 8 591ePANTRY -

Firestone.In other. Lemonade ma27.89: PAl< ..._ _
parts of the Festival,

more than thirty expert Florida .
craftsmen displaying, and will selling be demonstrating their wares., CASH'DIVIDEND: .SPECIAL :;CA3H.DIVIDEND:,SPECtAt, 1 I -= siDIVIDEtcDSP) C AL'1 : ''W..DiY. Df:. [(sf'i tJ !

At the foodways pavilion, regionaland
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traditional dishes to the festival
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Programs on the main stage are
scheduled at 10 a.m., 1:30 and 7:3Q
p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sun
day, May 24-26, totaling nine programs
in all.
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for children. Weekend adult pass is o AoBe ,
offered for $14.
The Stephen Foster State Folk
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i I BBS Blanked by KHHS Hurler Daryl Taylor in District PlayoffThe I



BHS Tornado baseball team Francis has had the hot hand Hurler Gerald Brown started on BHS to a e-5 win over Interlachen walks and errors which loaded the cond to put BUS up 2-0 In the top of
ended their season 3rd in the District against Keystone the past two times the mound for BHS and held the In- High in the opening day of district bases. Two IHS runs scored,for in- the third.
8 2A tournament held in Keystone the two teams have played. In seven dians scoreless until the fourth inning play.Down. stance, on a missed fly ball. Diggs made it 3-0 In the top of the
Heights last week, advancing into appearances at the plate the senior when the host squad picked up 4-3 and hitless in the fifth BHS loaded the bases in the top of fourth when he singled, stole second
I the semi-finals with a wild win over shortstop reached first six times, two runs on a pair of singles by Mark and sixth innings, BUS had to win the second but got up only 10. and scored on a two-base throwingerror.
Interlachen, then falling victim to a and he led off the first inning againstthe Hardee and a double by Taylor. the game in the seventh inning.Lead McLeod led with a single in the hold .
I sterling three-hit shutout performance Indians in the tournament with a They scored four more in the fifthas off hitter Tony Diggs was admitted between second base and shortstop IHS scored four runs to go up 4-3 in
I by Keystone Heights hurler sharply hit single pulled into right reliever Doug Samons came on in by an error on the IHS shortstop. but was thrown out stealing secondwhen the fourth, forcing BHS to come
Daryl Taylor in a 6-0 loss. field. relief for BHS. KHS scored their Diggs promptly stole second base, John Samons hit a grounder to back in the seventh inning.
John David Francis, Robert Starl- Ina pattern that would be runs on five singles and a walk. and scored on Robert Starling's RBI second. Samons went to third on a Samons 10-4, was the winning pit-
ing and Hal Wood were the only Tornadoes repeated,Francis stole second,wentto "We had our chances but we just single to tie the game at 44. single by David Hamilton. Jason cher in relief of John David Francis
to collect hits off Taylor third on an error, then watched didn't come through at the plate," Todd McLeod was admitted on Polk walked to load the bases. who pitched the first four innings.
against the Indians.BHS had beaten helplessly as his teammates filed, \\Coach Hartley said. "We had a good another IHS error and Starling Samons scored on a sacrifice fly to Francis fanned 6 batters, walked 5,
KHS earlier this season in a 10-7 grounded or struck out. Taylor chance to win it but it was a tough scored on the play, putting BHS up left by John David Francis. Tony and allowed Just one hit.
slugfest, but could not get any of- threw nine strikeouts in the game. district. I'm proud of our team, they 5-4. Gerald Brown running for Diggs then walked to again fill the Samons walked one and fanned 6
fense going against the Indians. Woods led off with his single in the had a fine season." McLeod,stole second base. With the bases, but Robert Starling flew out in his three innings. He allowed one
.
The Tornadoes end their season fifth, and Starling led off with a hit-and-run on, Brown scored on to end the inning. hit, a seventh-inning lead off home
with a record of 15-10, the second single in the seventh but it was too BHS 6 Interlachen 5 John Samons second hit, and BHS Mike Chappell hit a fly ball and run to Arlin Harper, who had both
highest win total ever, and an little, too late, as normally hot- Tony Diggs, John Samons and led 64. went to third base on a three base er IHS hits. But Samons came back to
outstanding improvement under hitting Tony Diggs and Mike Chap- David Hamilton hit timely seventh- BHS built up a 3-0 lead only to let score the IHS centerfielder, and strike out the side to preserve the
Coach Mike Hartley. -pell were shut down. inning singles for three runs to drive Interlachen go ahead in the fourth on on Samons' grounder to 8eOf district tourney win.KHHS.

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The top seeded Keystone Htgh
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Tournament played in Starke last
week.
The Bradford High girls beat
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r I" i r ta then were bombed 17-9 Clay High in
WE WILL the second round, which ended their

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: Clay, the number two seed, drew a
TO REDEEM w bye in first round, then ousted Brad-
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I KHS beat Clay 2-0 Friday night,
WE ARE NO LONGER April 26, for the district title. Tues-
ISSUING CASH ( day night, April 30, the Lady Indians
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Keystone and Clay were pervious
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4"i Both teams were mostly hitting
short fly ball into the air. Keystone

played the better defense, however,
I p 1 and the two runs in the second were
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Tomlinson, Dru Ann Singletary, and
Jenny Buckridge hit back-to-back
singles to load the bases. Tomlinsonand
I Singletary scored on a 2 RBI dying
line drive into center by Lisa
Grice which went under the glove of
1 the charging Clay short fielder and
Lit 4 rolled deep into center.
,* + d BHS ended the season 10-10 over-
\ -x buy,. ;meM.., all and 7-1 and on top of the districtin
regular season play, points out
a.- r Coach Slater. BHS loses four seniors
.s, ,, but has 10 players returning for the
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In The Dell/Bakeiy Clay led all the way to oust the
Bradford High girls from the district
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Clay shortstop made a fantastic
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and the Clay short fielder went back
'A BAKED $159 and stole an inside-the-park home
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loaded. BHS would have been sparked -
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22-0? BOTTJL& hits, said Coach John Slater.
The same Clay short fielder miss-
OSCAR MAYER ALL MEAT OR BEEF ed a dying line drive that allowedtwo
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Scoring three runs in the top of the
seventh, the girl softballers from
Bradford High edged 6-5 by Union
5 High to oust the Tiger Ladies from
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day, April 25.
UCHS had BHS 4-1 going into the
sixth inning. BUS went up 6-4 in the
top of the seventh, and the Tiger
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Rolls .6.89F seventh, almost pulling the game
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General DAB\ run, making the score 65. Tracy
Healttli and Beauty Aids BAR-B-QUE Fortner, who had walked her
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runs in the bottom of the fourth on
Jennifer Zook's two RBI hit which
scored Fortenberry, safe on a
fielder's choice, and Fortner, who
had walked.
BUS got one run in the first when
three hits and a walk loaded the
bases. Patty Smith's sacrifice fly
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vA[Ir HI l y runs in the top of the seventh. Ann
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down the left field line on which
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Hawthorne Rd. Gainesville FL Millhoppcr Shopping Center 10811 SW. Court Gainesville. FL

.Phone :373-9183: : Gainesville FL Phone 373-8476
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Leer Upholstery & Strip Shop has served this area for almost a quarter This fine firm is owned and operated by Tom Donihue and Bryan Naz-
of a century in upholstery by master. crafl\men. Antiques is their specialty Scruples can well be termed as "Lingerie headquarters" in this part ol,f worth who have had almost a quarter of a century experience, they do
this firm is family owned and operated Richard Harrison, owner. the state. residential commercial and industrial work. They are licensed bonded
They also do furniture stripping residential and commercial work. They For anyone to assume the fashion responsibility in intimate wearing and insured their state certificate number RFO have been able to accomplish wonders in re-upholstering antique fur- apparel in the city Is rather a large undertaking but this popular lingerie! repair work, expert repairs, plumbing .remodeling, they do drain ande
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beyond expectations.Not line of dainty silken things so dear, to the hears.to women in all the sot t This capable firm of skilled plumbing engineers are fully equipped and
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of Most correct and reliable upholstering is an art rather than a trade and many satisfied customers at affordable' prices. the state.

requires a training that can only be secured by actual experience. That is Here will be found teddies, corsets, slips, gown Ideal for gifts foi To visit them is to see a very notable example of the substantial progress
why the work of the establishment is meeting with such universal favor mothers day, graduation, for the bride or for any occasion. in the line of convenience in the American home.
for it is in charge of one of the most experienced upholsterers in the coun- The many satisfied customers in this area who are wise their secrets of f If you want the best at an affordable price give them a call. You will
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718 W University Ave., Gainesville, FL :3208 SW Archer Rd.. Gainesville FL & EQUIPMENT

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every unique best
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ty service no wedding or party is too large or too small they are always get happy enjoy their unique food and drink in a relaxed atmosphere or the business from A to Z.

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THE VIDEO STUDIO
20 NE Waldo Road Gainesville FL Phone :378-2766(
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knows she can secure quality meat at an'affordable price.
When you are contemplating furnishing your home or any part of your,,, This stQre is modern and up-tofdait< :'clean! and sanitary throughout the QUILT SHOPPE
\home it will pay you to go by Nina's NOOK and look over the offerings bf businesi9'cd' iduetedaJong'priW'r33iVfeJiiWbiJ'; ; !! '" ,t. U :MiJ,_'i,,,i .. ,.Jil, .' 403.Main.Street.aArchejtvFljbbo.vrurM : 'Iii::' UI' e'v
I Here is your local meat deafer. llt-u !'pH6ne495-9002' ," ', ,
this modern establishment and see their quality solid wood furniture featuring beef-pork-poultry-fish. >'>
I finished or unfinished, even if you are looking for just one or more old seafood at money saving prices.. .
pieces. They have just what you want in top quality furniture that is The management of this store sees that quality is high and that you Join the crowd you will find quilting and other crafts very popular -
I American made. always receive the chociest of everything in any quantity desired. visit the Briar Patch Quilt Shoppe for materials (and classes) for the
Prices are always consistent with the market they will feature you a Shop here also for natural foods they have over five hundred bulk items leading crafts -You will find 100% cotton natural fabrics for any quilt you
savings over stores in larger cities because of cheaper overhead, and will that were organically grown such as-flowers, grains, seeds, dried fruits, would like to make and in all colors. Quilting supplies, books, patterns,
give you the same top quality wood furni-ure such as living room, dining cereals, nuts and much more sold in bulk so you can buy just what you quilting frames and more.
room, !Sofas, sofabeds, childrens furniture. need. They also carry a complete line of colonial candlewicking and counted
It is hardly possible for us to give you a concrete idea of the excellent So go by soon look over their products, you will be glad you did. cross stitch supplies, stenciling paints and supplies. This shop has a
stock they carry on the top qulaity offered at affordable prices. variety of Instuction books etc. classes are available. You will find
Remember this is the firm "where friendship is valued highly". It is PANNELL CONSTRUCTIONInc. quilts candelwicking, counted cross stitch etc. make facinating gifts forbirthdays
our pleasure to direct your attention to Nina's Nook top quality wood fur- mothers day or for any occasion.
I niture. Their stock is complete and you will find a large variety of beautiful
materials etc. in their store.
DYSONS CABINET PRUDEN Pannell Construction Inc., your authorized builder for VARCO- They will be happy to show you around, so, come in soon and shop or
Buildings.In .
browse will be glad did.
you you
& MILLWORK INC. the contracting circles of this area there is no one who offers a more CONTRACTORS
2923 NE 20th Way Gainesville FL attractive service Varco-Pruden. They are the authorized dealer for TILE
Phone' this area for all-steel building systems, design to completion. These are SUPPLY CO.
375-3542
cost efficient metal building systems for all applications. Varco-Pruden 2821 N.E. 20th Way Gainesville. FL
all-steel building systems, offers a complete of
They do new work and remodeling solid oak and other fine woods quali- buildings for commercial and industrial use also range for farm pre-engineered and warehouse Phone 372-0466
customer cabinetry modular systems European cabinets, visit their and many, many other uses.
I showroom. In this age of rapid progress there is no one principle of manufacture This firm has served this area since 1967 wholesale and retail-with
This cabinet shop has a splendid reputation in this section of the state that has pushed America faster than standardization and extensive Florida Tile-Ceramic bathroom tile-Decorative Tiles-Quarry TileSlateand
for the expert work done to your specifications. They feature custom duction. This principle applied to the building industry has brought pro-the Marble. You are invited to visit their complete showroom. They also
made cabinets. metal building to the front faster than other. You carry tools and setting materials.
Their work is noted for its superior craftsmanship and for the high and design, get the building and have any it up in a short time.can pick out a size Because of the great volume of business transacted through their extensive -
grade of materials used. Estimates are given free of charge, so telephonethem Thereare a great many advantages in buying a Varco-Pruden wholesale establishment, and because of their up-to-date business
when you have work of this nature to be done. YOU pet! good Prices, good materials of time and building.and methods and the high quality of products handled this well known concern
,
Their prices are fair and their promptness in turning out satisfactorywork there is no up-keep in these fine buildings.economy If plan to build money them has gained for this section of commercial prestige as an excellent marketfor
has won for them an enviable reputation.This a call. You will be glad you did. you give the wholesale and retail trade that could be gained in no other man-
shop is modern and well equipped, and takes a personal pride in ner. Their tile is the best the market affords.
every piece of work turned out. This firm realized that a satisfied The patrons know they will receive the best tile, marble etc at all times.
customer means more customers for them and as a consequence are NEW HOMESTEAD LOG CO. They know that their orders will be filled equally, promptly and efficient-
gaining new ones every day and a reputation for fine cabinet work that is OF FLORIDA INC.
spreading in this section. ly.The watchword here is quality and service. The whole atmosphere is
This establishment will design cabinets for you or will build from your 4010-A I'cwhcny: Road Gainesville FL one of courteous, pleasant and efficient attention.
specifications. Homemakers need but call them. Phone :372-4237: They know that for quality their tile marble, etc cannot be excelled-you
will always find the best quality the best service and the best price at Tile
KEN MERCER USED CARSNE If you are in the market for a home or building, you owe it to yourselfand Contractors Supply Company in Gainesville.

Waldo Rd. Hwy 24. Gainesville. FL homes to your and buildings.family to see or call this'firm for beautiful. energy saving log

LEWIS ANTIQUES .
Phone 371-1845 You can build from your plans or theirs..They have nv.ny plans for you
to select from., They will completely build your home or building or they Choiokka Blvd. Micanopy FL
The very high prices of new cars and trucks bring prospective buyers to will sell the logs, etc., for you to build; custom kits or build to your plans. Ph 466-3061 or 591-2245 (Mcintosh)
Ken Mercer Used Cars,where they know they will find a good used car or Traditional log homes give you rustic charm yet year round liveability.
truck at an affordable price. They are easy to heat and air condition, easy to maintain. They fit in with This firm carries one of the most complete displays of beautiful authentic -
This is one of Gainesville's most popular places to buy and they have a the surroundings of this area and are more popular with the people now and unusual antiques and collectibles in the entire area including
nice selection for you to select from. than any other type home. glass, china solid brass beds, book and much, much more.
Ken Mercer offers the people of this area a better automobile, truck, or These homes are designed to produce homes of fullest value and max- This progressive firm is regarded as among the most reliable antique
van not someone else's problem because he is very selective in his buy- imum service homes that are designed to satisfy for generations. For dealers in Florida nd have a reputation for authentic antiques they also

ing.The energy saving rustic homes you will find they are the finest the market carry. fine quality of solid oak furniture such as round tables and pressed
management is an automobile expert.. With many friends and affords. So go by soon, you will be glad you did. back chairs, china cabinets, roll top desks (any would make ideal
customers. mothers day gifts). .
Consider' Ken Mercer when considering the purchase of that good LIVE OAK MOBILE Remember this is the antique shop "where friendship is valued highly"it
dependable car, truck or van and you will get exactly what you want and is a pleasure for us to direct your attention to Lewis Antiques.
at an affordable price, so stop by soon and shop or browse you will be glad HOME SALES

'you did. fr 6502 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville FL

Phone 378-0611
,: TINA'S FINE FASHIONS f BILL'S PAINT

Thornebrook Village Gainesville. FL This firm is locally owned by Charles & Jackie Hooper and their son & DECORATING CENTER.

Phone 375-1847 Chuck. They feature many name .brands' of mobile Si manufactured 918 NE 16th Ave., Gainesville FL
homes open 7 days. "!
Tina'a Fine Fashions feature fashions for the style concious What could you buy your family that'would please them more than Phone 374-8111
woman anything else? Ah! that's what I thought you would say a new mobile
When it to smartness in ladies
ladies comes wear Tina features the finest In home from Live Oak Mobile Home Sales. They have a large selection of Now that the summer season is here, why not brighten up your home or
wearing apparel.
You distinctive singles & doubles financing available. business with new wallpaper, paint carpeting, mini or vertical blinds,
f will find here clothes by top designers, in all the new This concern offers the best in mobile homes. and Invites you to see coverings, and tile.
colors and you
stylesdresses from morning through dinner. their display of mobile homes Here you will find the largest selections of wall coverings you Would
You will find here the newest suits that seem to be made just for you.;. landlord and find anyplace and to suit decor. .
problem
In any
owning a mobile home, there is never a you
just for
"your trip" business or school. You choose from this sections can play your radio as loud or low desire and have your midnight They carry the best In wallcoverings-palnt-carpeting and mini and vertical -
as you
best
selection of fine
fashions when
fabrics and .shopping here in all the newest snack if i you want it.and you are as comfortable as if you were in the blinds. They carry wallpaper for living rooms bedrooms, kitchens
styles. finest house In town, as these mobile homes are well insulated in the mostof and baths-all kinds of materials even the most modem furniture and thesimplest
You will also find a complete and interesting collection of skirts, insulation. Their air conditioning and heating systems are, you might room can turn cozy if you use the right. wallcoverings,carpeting,.
blouses, sweaters, pants, tops-shorts, belts bags, swim suits and much, perfect. etc,

,much more. Electric' refrigerators and the best of stoves, hot water systems and two Bill's can help you choose the right colors,patterns,.etc. They can takea
This'spring and every spring fashion wise price wise ladies come to or three baths. drab room and make it sparkle. They have patterns a-plenty-In fact,
TINA'S Fine Fashions for chic clothing unsurpassed in quality. Come in You have more storage than you have In an ordinary house. In there is no one who offers a better selection,why not brighten up the
and select your "special occasion'- wardrobe now while selections are fact, a mobile home Is space Ideal furnished completely in every business with new wallpaper-carpet-tile and blinds: If you
most complete feel snug and look sharp in clothes from Tina's Fine detail with the finest of everything an home One to four bedrooms. want thebesot quality, the best selection and the best price go by Bill's

Fashions. Come in today and let them show you the better way of living a new you will be glad you did.

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THE COUNTRY PED LER M&JAUTO& GAINESVILLE MONUMENT


IH the ideal place to shop| because here they specialize in gifts that are TRUCK PARTS SERVICE

both practical and unusuaL Gifts 'In all price brackets too Beautifully Dwight Bea ch -owner 2135: SE 4 St. Gainesville Fl.
wrapped free of charge. Highway 441 Gainesville. FL
You! will' revel'In their selection of china and glassware, furniture and Phone 378-1542 Phone 372-9840

unusual dried and accessories.silk flowers and Rugs much wall hangings, brass, kitchen accessories, This firm has had 125 years experience. The father R.A. Laperle open'ed
more. The place for to see or call for used auto and truck owned "Chic" & his brother David,
You will really find you parts > if they this business, it is now by Laperle
some
for Aunt Ruth, Sister Sue exquisite Marti< gifts for mothers day, for birthdays will don't have it they will get it right away because they have hot line service See them for monuments and mausoleums. If you are looking for mar
not find difficult to absorb.or the bride to be, which. your purse, M & J Auto & Truck Parts is a twentieth century economy to the auto ble and granite and bronze monument or mausoleum consult this firm.
In fact, almost and truck owner of today why? Because they have everything In the This is one of the best regulated firms of this section. When they first
found here anything one could want in the way lovely gifts can be way of used parts which can mean only one thing to the auto and truck established their business, from then until the present time, it has been

The Country Peddler has owner is savings. known as the best place to buy monuments or markers of any kind, gain
planned well for you now and all year. And This saving Is made possible because do not have well service and reliability.Here .
you can rest assured you will always find the for "'.,, you to buy a new part ing a merited reputation for
person who has everything perfect gift, even every time something goes wrong, for here you can buy used parts and will be found a large selection of monuments and markers for you
get them right away. They buy wrecked cars that are sometimes Just to select from at bottome prices. This firm does their own work, selects
about new and disassemble them and sell the parts. Some of these parts the best grade of stock and has one of the best equipped shops in this sec
ABEL SUPPLY are as good as new and really /save you money, whether it's motors,
901 NE; Waldo Road Gainesville, FL transmissions, starters and those hard to find parts for foreign or tion.When you want a monument or marker of any kind, it will pay you to go
Phone 378-2487 American made cars and trucks. by and see them and you will be glad you did.
Just come by here and you will see they sell for less. See them also for sandblasting, let them make that old monument look

This firm features a complete line of plumbing fixtures and supplies new again, in fact, they will sandblast anything buildings they can
such as valves water heaters, plumbing brass fixtures and more. change the old to new again. Their work you might say is perfect.

Because of the great volume of business transacted through their extensive -
wholesale establishment,and because of their up-to-date business HOGTOWN COLLECTOR CUSTOM DRAPES

methods and the high quality of products handled this well known concern FRAMING & ANTIQUES BY SUE SULLIVANNew
has gained for this section:
a commercial prestige as an excellent market
12 SW 1st Ave. Gainesville PL Rochelle Road Gainesville FL
for retailers that could be gained in no other manner *
The fact that trade extends over all adjoining counties. Phone 377-7731 Phone 376-8895
This firm began its career with the belief that success could be obtainedby
furnishing goods of quality upon a reasonable margin of profit. With Specializing in custom framing -' museum mounting and restoration You are unique, shouldn't your windows be? Why should they look like
this method in mind, they proceeded upon their career upon the solid they have one of the largest selections of frames in Gainesville. everyone else's when Sue Sullivan can make them something special?
foundation of good values. This progressive firm is regarded as among the most reliable framer of With something custom made for you, all it takes is a visit so they can get
Each department of this well known house is in charge of men pictures, collector's prints, photos, art work, needlework, awards, etc. to know you, your taste, your personality the look you want your roomsto
thoroughly conversant with wholesale conditions, while the management Frames may be done in Early American, antique or any period. One is have. Then their experts work. They will help you choose
.is in charge of men who have had wide experience in the buying world. proud to own pictures from Hogtown Collector. from the hundreds of designer fabrics and styles. They will I put professional
Hogtown Collectors are always distinctive and appropriate. We are seamstresses on the Job producing the flawless draperies and win-
pleased to compliment? its service, and for the fine craftsmanship in its dow treatments that your windows deserve. They won't stop there,
GAINESVILLE BEAUTY framing of pictures, etc. either. They will make the installation themselves and make sure you're
So, make it a happy birthday, mothers day, graduation, etc,with his or perfectly happy with the result. That's what Custom Drapes by Sue
SUPPLY her favorite picture framed in the many, many frames to choose from. Sullivan means by custom draperies. Draperies that are yours alone. Do
923 W University Ave. Gainesville, FL They have made their store a shopper's heaven, and the management you deserve any less?
is ready to give you his usual courteous service. Come in soon won't you.
Phone 378-9395 You will be glad you did.QUALITY.

NORMAN'S AUTO
They have served the Gainesville area for ten years with a completeline
of beauty supplies they are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-Fri. and GLASS & MIRROR FRAME SHOP

from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat. 3035 NE 19 Drive Gainesville, FL 3020 N Main St. Gainesville FL
They sell wholesale and retail and keep top quality lines of beauty sup- Phone 378-7946 378-6396 Phone 378-8812
plies. They are one of the foremost dealers in beauty supplies in this sec or
tion and carry only the best quality at all times at their store and
warehouse. They keep in stock a vast supply of supplies such as a full line This reliable firm has become a center in the glass trade as is evident For auto frame repair bring them to Norman's for free estimates,
McPherson struts,
from the truly large trade they are receiving and the way their reputationis foreign and domestice cars and trucks. Frames -
of Posner and Loreal cosmetics, brushes, blow dryers, curling irons, .
claims welcome,
spreading far and wide over this part of the state. suspension problems, alignment problems, insurance
combs shears rollers lotions and conditioners hair
setting shampoos, ,
how In frame
and know
spray, hair accessories and a complete line of permanents featuring They have a large place and offer a complete service in store fronts, tub Norman Kurtz, owner, has the proper equipment
Clairol Wella Loreal and shower enclosures: sliding glass doors, windows, mirrors, mirrored straightening.The .
Roux, Carefree Curl, World of Curs, Ultra Sheen service
and alignment
wood windows and time to frame straightening
and walls, plexiglass, insulated doors and much more. devote all their
more. They have radio dispatched trucks and twenty four hour emergency people have learned that repair work done by experts who maintain an
Kevin
Mr. Crosley, owner will be happy to order any equipment you with machinery and facilities to efficiently -
need. So for the best the best service the best service. Mr. Richard President. establishment equipped proper
might beauty supplies ,
off in theVVe'sSvise
pate be done
is to
window in kind of work that pays
price go by or give them a call you will be glad you did. When we see a large glass usu.lly some large handle that particular
downtown store window, little do we realize that such glass cost quite a fu
bit of money but few of us know why. all of our readers that when you want your frame straightenedT -
The people from this firm know the glass business from A to Z being properly see or call this firm.
JONES AUTOMOTIVE thoroughly experienced in how glass is made, they know how to handle It. e many excellent Jobs they have done for auto and truck owners in
Therefore, they can handle all your glass needs large or small, so,give this part of the state, the reasonable prices and quickness of service has
NW 23rd Blvd. Gainesville FL if
1310
did.GAINESVILLE. the well deserved prominence that they deserve >so
them a call you will be glad you brought them into
Phone 327-0667 or 376-2397 you want your Job done right take it to Norman's Auto Frame Shop in

Gainesville.
Do you want your vacation spoiled by an S.O.S. distress call? Of course
not I But you might be running a great risk if you: have not had your car TRACTOR R.R. NOEBEL
checked lately. And with the price of automobiles so high it will pay to to
let Jones Automotive check It over where factory trained specialists can & MOWER FLOOR SANDING

serve you better. Their mechanics are experts at spotting small problems Highway 441, Gainesville, FL 2033 NE 9 Terr. Gainesville FL
which might escape you and grow up to be big troubles and repair Phone 3765317This Phone 3789879This
bills. They give major and minor repairs, front end alignment, air conditioning -

brakes, etc and if you need tires Jones Automotive has a com- is the place to see or call if you are in the market for riding mowers firm offers more than a quarter of a century experience In floor
plete line of general tires for auto, truck, van etc. in all sizes at affordable and lawn and garden tractors. So come in soon and see their full line of sanding. '
prices so, before you go on vacation or before the hot weather arrives let John Deere Products. Shabby, worn floors will mar the appearance of any room and detract
them put a new set of general tires on your car (sooner or later you'll own They have a complete line of John Deere Tractors for lawns, gardens, from the beauty of furnishings. Especially, in homes that have been builta
General's). estates and commercial duty at affordable prices, also dependable parts long time ago, floors often detract because they are shabby and worn.
I IJust j ; remember death rides on smooth tires, and tire maintenance and service after you buy tractors to 60 horse power. Clean smooth wood floors can now be had through their careful clean
JM ves you gas. The road tAJoaes.Automotivecompleteauto repairs Is the These John Deere lawn andraavdentractors: ,need.no.commentat all,. methods restores your:floors. to their original beauty to all your hardwood
| Fl&e road to complete auto repair and Generpj.tires that will Insure you every person who has a Jawn or.garden knows their line and that it,**" I and other wood floors. .
carefree motoring trips. represents the most dependable quality, the most scientific constructionand However, hundreds of home owners who have beautiful old homes with
the greatest all around efficiency.This wooden floors who have these floor conditions to tolerate from year to
is headquarters in this area for lawn and garden tractors and year thinking they are something Inevitable because they cannot afford
repair service and parts. new floors.
PARRAMORE MUSIC The very best ofattention is given the people from the surroundingarea. This firm can make your old floors like new, resanding your floors by
Oaks Mall Gainesville, FL So come by soon, you will be glad you did. their method means the disappearance of worn ugly spots, removal of old
Phone 378-3S26 paint and varnish then they are ready to finish as you like-you have your
floors returned to their brightness and soft lustre at an affordable price-
call for free estimates.
This is one of the model music houses of this section of the state. Carry- GAINESVILLE IRONWORKSINC.
ing a complete line of Baldwin Pianos and organs and sheet music.It .
forms a center for devotees of piano and organ music. The whole THE RANCHER INC.
store is devoted to the display of Baldwin Pianos and organs. A proper 238 NW 1st Ave. Gainesville FL "Your Complete Western Store"
center is to the of musical merchandise. A
display
necessary proper Phone 3734004If
4821 NW 6 St. Gainesville FL
center is necessary for the development of the art and Parramore Music ,

should be complimented upon the founding of a center such as this. As it you are in the market for architectural ironwork, Gainesville Ironworks Phone 3764595This
greatly promotes the study of music throughout this section of Florida.
Inc is the place to see or call and they can supply needin
your every is where most from this
from them be assured that popular western apparel store people area
buy a piano or ,
you organ you may you
areWhen quality work in railings, stairs straight spiral curved col-
gates, or
the best the market has.to offer, and that you are paying a umns, room dividers and more. enjoy shopping, because they know they sell only quality clothing at affordable -

very reasonable price for the piano or organ you buy.It You can protect yourself burglary etc. and let plenty of fresh air in prices.
your line of men's ladies and children's Jeans
They a complete ,
takes care and judgment to buy the right quality and when you are carry very
home and a good nights them install window bars and
get sleep by letting
told at Parramore Music that the piano or organ offered is the best buy doors door hats, shirts, jackets, western wear and more. The reputation and large
patio covers. business of this store was built upon the solid foundation of furnishing the
you need not hesitate in buying if it's spinit console, studio or grand.
master craftsmen in the manufacture
They employ of all their products
highest quality at the lowest price, and have always treated their
and their work represents artistry as well as sound and solid construc- customers fairly. In western wear for the whole family, they carry a

tion.This complete and attractive stock, which Is selected from the leading
firm is building a reputation in this area as tops in the business manufacturers of western wear, and offered to the public at prices that
because when they do a Job it is well done and there is no branch of the denote real and true worth. The public has come to know this and to look

business that they have overlooked. over their lines for unusual offerings. They can also supply your every
Their shop is thoroughly abreast of the times and is meeting the needsof need in boots-the finest the market affords all name brands and all sizesto
HAPPILY EVER AFTER the people of this area in all types of iron work. size 15 In men's boots. In Indies boots you will find fashion and western
Thornebrook Village Gainesville, FL We desire to refer this firm which is owned and managed by Dean and boots.

Phone 3738535This Vickie Lowry to all the people of this section and ask them to call for You will also fine your every need in guns, ammo, archery and knives.
specifications on contemplated work you will find them courteous and accommodating They carry western and english tack horse,cattle,pet and vet suppliesand

modern unique children's shop can well be termed style head and highly efficient.SOUTHERN much, much more. So, come by and shop or browse you will be glad |

quarters for children of this area and has firmly established itself as one you

of the leading children's shops of the entire area. DISTRIBUTORS did.'C
For any one to assume the fashion responsibility for children of this 7500 NW 13 Blvd. Gainesville FL '
I but this children's shop NTRAL MACHINE
area, is rather a large undertaking, popular Phone 376-6582
the finest and best has assembled a
through it's desire to present only PRODUCTS INC.

selection of garments which will are find fashion every leaders need of of the the infant country.from receiving They are specialist in fasterners grades 2-5-8 alloy, stainless steel 2709 NE 20th Way Gainesville FL
At this popular shop you metrics threaded rod hand and tools and dies drill bits and
beautiful dresses. A complete wardrobe for the growing power taps Phone 376-2533
blankets to to "Sunday best." all types of screws, in fact, if they don't have it they can get it for you and

child Nothing from 'play mi baby toys fair"can use to adorn his or her person Is lacking her they will get it quickly Just call their research department.It They are precision manufacturers of tools, dies, jigs, special
is a well-known fact that there is no institution in the community that machinery design, metal fabrication and hell-arc welding.
(ftVuAemrTp tgorGainesgville4 fail to visit Happily Ever After, has met woith greater favor with the public than this well-known This is one of the best machine shops of the area and is under the direc-

will always find the management and clerks courteous and ef- establishment.By tion of a management of wide experience In this businessa. They are well
where you reason of the fact that the management has had wide experience in equipped for all classes of special machinery design and fabrication and
ficient.So soon shop or browse you will be glad you did. every feature of this business and because of their comprehensive have established an enviable reputation for expert service and
come by ,
knowledge of every branch of the trade, this establishment has contined reasonable prices, much work is received from the surrounding territory.
I UI," to witness the increase in the number of their patrons. They: are experts In the business and no matter what work you desire
This is the day and age when the public demands the best quality and you will always find them ready and willing not only to serve you but also
the best price.Thoroughly. to give you valuable advice and suggestions as regards to anything con-
conversant with the conditions and a wide experience in nected with the business. Their plant Is a credit to the area and a tributeto
their particular field of endeavor, the management of this enterprising their progressive and reliable policies.It .
MOTHER EARTH concern has been able to render a service to.the people in their line that is has proved a valued addition to the business organizations of this sec-

FAMILY MARKETS distinctly satisfactory tion because such complete equipment and experienced men are able to

521 NW 13 St. Gainesville FL turn out the highest grade of work these.fines they have built up the
Phone 378-5224 business to Its present high standard.KOPPERS .

MADDOX FOUNDRY &
Mother Earth Family Markets is very popular with the people of this COMPANY INC
area -shop their market and their deli-you will find delicious salads, and MACHINE WORKS FORREST PRODUCTS DIVISION

sandwiches also fresh fruit and vegetable juices and much more truly 100 Mechanic St. Archer FL 200 NW 23 Ave. Gainesville, FL.
gourmet food. ... Phone 495-2121
They will tell you they are the south's largest and most complete health Phone 3785144This
and natural food store and will agree with them if you visit their store
you centrifugal ,
mining machinery
They are manufacturers of pumps call for wood preserving products such .s
because they carry over eighteen thousand Items. iron and brass iron bronze is the place to see or
dredge boats, cast steel alloy and other treated
This is the place to shop u you want to look better,feel better and have aluminum, also contracting sand casting. utility poles building poles, pi1ln8.1umber the section products.1n
Is knoWn throughout
more energy because they carry a total selection. This is one of the largest doundries and machine shops of this section This progressive concern satisfied .
patronage.
They also carry organically grown.dried peas, beans, etc. All kinds of and are well equipped to take care of every kind of work they do as well as the business and enjoys a large and well this section their prices
and dried fruit nuts, a large selection of frest produce natural excellent service to
candied any amount. Their wide experience enables them to serve every need of They and ablmanag .
vitamins wines cosmetic, candied fruit, natural juice drinks, right the firm Is under very *
food are
the entire area. Situated as they are right here In our midst they understand for the area. They carry a large
vegetable, coffee, tea, cheeses, cereals, baked goods and much much our needs and are better to take care of them. there Is no one firm lit who this has line.done The more experience of the management has
more. Their's Is and machine shop where service qualityand stock rf everything
market for will be to order for a general foundry to offer the very best in wood preserved lumber poles,piling
If you are in the a juicer, they happy one workmanship' make them rank foremost among the Industrial, enabled him them to give the trade product that has no superior.
I you. organizations of the state. They employ skilled workmen who understand etc this ell8bltll
business.
fact the
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health food and vitamins, etc., are unquestionably an essential in they are known as a leader
Adequate to turn out work.
,their trade and can be depended upon superior with their line of business and I by experience have
modem American This fine store Is able familiar
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feature today every You will find Maddox Foundry and Machine Works is a twentieth cen- They are conducive to success during the time they
to supply us with all our needs 80 go be lOOn. You will be glad you did tury Industry under the able direction of men who have always bad at learned the features that are
You are Invited to visit their. booth .t the Q'ConneU Center in and one of the firms that keeps the bave been in
heart the beat Interest of the area, \ Stable to offer the people the best in wood preserving
I Gainesville, where they will demonstrate juices etc, educations, en- Therefore,
wheels of in Florida.
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LAND FOR SALE RENTKIVSTONIHIIOHTS .
PERSONAL SERVICES MISCELLANEOUSPAC WANTED REAL ESTATE


I SEWING MACHINES REPAIREDl All ONI ACRE LOT facing Fortytha Rood. no REALTY RAT- Buy. Sell and trade. Used fur EXCELLENT INCOME FOR PART-TtMl LOOKING POI A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO-
down payment. $75 par mo. Call nlture appliances, household Items, NOME ASSEMBLY WORK for Info call find Just
r model cleaned, oiled and Cldlu.ted.| Rental Property'Available collectable, glassware- (ewerly, PERTYf If I don't hove It, I'll It-
10/4 tin
.. sale. 9645606.. 504-641-6003 exl. 8401. 4tpd atk. JANE S. USHER REALTOR.
$15. Used lOwinghln. tor 1 BR, 1M.Lake Santa F. Unfurnished. tool, 473-2183
Rd. LOTS ACREAGE 20 percent down. etc. Hnchg 7/26 WANTED- Pay Cash for 14X65 or 70, 496-2126 or 496-2903 _". "Your
James Strickland cor.Morvan No pets $400 month.
per HAVE A FASHION
i STORE OP YOUR OWNLet
tfn balance In five years, financing by trailer. Prefer 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Union CounfIor." 8/04 tin
0' and Hwy. 16 Stark. 964-8733.,1/03 2 BR.2 BA Gator bono lak.. Completely our National Company assist
964.6853.12/13 tfn.
:w owner. you. Powell' 496.3371.1-pd 5/02
; CHAIN UNK PENCE Installed. Freeestimates. furnished. $400
per month and $400 All brand
popular Calvin Klein
ACRE LOTS. Pleatont Grave Settlement. ,
i'i:!: Handy-Man Fence Co. security deposit. Gloria WANTID OLD ORIENTAL BOOS Mode FOR SALE
3500. $350 dn.. $70 mo. Call Vanderbllt Bobble Brook,
Owner :Tommy Reddish,964-8559.3/29 9645606.. 1/03 tfn per .OFFICE DACE At I Keystone Center. Sergio Valente, Santa Crus Tomboy before 1950. large or imoll. this ad op.pears -
tfn $200 month and simultaneously In 63 Fla. poperi. RHIEM FREEZER Matter Chett 5.1
per $200 t cu.
ONI ACRI LOTS ON MING DAIRY security Esprit more. ".500 to $18,400.
r. MACHINI QUILTINOt Crib to King size. deposit. Our buyer will b. In your area In a few H.Qood condltlon.$200. Call 496-2685
flxters
=:: Alto have quilts for tale. Assorted ROADi $3,000, no down payment. $79'per 1 M, FURNISHED efficiency alrfar.Beginning and Inventory Information, supplies,, days to make house call. Or you may
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn cottage training. For !
mo.
964.1122.6/21 sites and designs.MnchgWANT Betty Hlldebrand, 1.7 ACRES-IROOKIR ROADl (C.227)) By week or month.KIVSTONIHIICHTS. call Ed Brandt collect ((409) 238.5098.' lion bring for your examination.rugs to a convenient You mutt loco.call YARD SALE

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TO DaIMK' $3.500. no down payment $70 per mo. Licensed Real 1...... Broker REALTY 47$-.46) 1tFCAN before Mon. 5:00 p.m. to we can plan
THAT'S YOUIIUSINIS. Call 964.5606.1/03 tfn 6/21 tfnchg I hit route. PERSIAN RUG GALLERY. YARD SALE Lots everything cheap
WANT TO STOP LOT IN CITY. 6000. Call 964.5764; after YARD SALEMOVfNO : Member of Winter Park Chamber of May 25.3 mllet from Lake Butler on SR

THAT OUtS 5. call 964-5251. 3/07 tin and 9 BR,2BA Block house on Lak.Geneva. 'J)l Commerce. Call collect 9045896000. 121 N. Follow the tlgnt.Cancel ralnt.

Ale.hella Anonymous OCALA NATIONAL FORESTi High mobile Available May 1. Central HI A. $400 BALI Friday ft Saturday May 3-chg: 4/25-5/9 _496-2270. 1-pd5/2
dry wooded lots suitable for per ..
3. .
*444ISO9e4eS94e4S414edthruSU month. Call .73.7292.11 Hnchg Emery Lane. Geneva Estate.
home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. Many Interesting things. 5/2
Itchg
.
LAKE FRONT COTTAGE 1BR. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
windows w/$150 dn., $63.14 ma. Exc. hunting large COMMUNITY CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE .
GLASS CUT TO ORDERt Doors, screen porch. loot dock. Near
.,c. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY and fishing. Own.r ((904)) 236-4379 or Keystone. 4734186. Itpd 5/2 Thursday 8 Friday May 23, 9 a.m.-4

9646078. Orders alto taken In Lake 629.9649.3/21 12tchg 6/6 1979 MOBILE HOME Nice. 2BR. 1BA p.m. Saturday May 4, 9 a.m..12 noon, NICE SHADY ACRE LOT$60 per month BIG PLANT SALE All greenhouse plants
Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, 100 PT. WATERFRONTwIth dock on VS ocr. Close to town. $265 on Itpd 5/2 mobile home s.t-up ready. Call must be told. Assorted outdoor
473.4973.2/26 tfn Crosby Lake Call 9644236. 4/11 tfn 4732730. Itchg 5/2 monthly. YARD SALE Saturday May 4, 9 a.m.- tll 496-2222 ext. 172 atk for Denlte Col. plants on tale, too. Caledlumt In

BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and chg. 8 4 families Household |funk toy, oman or 4311887. 1-pd 4/25 gallon cant- 150. Contrary Mary't
toddlers up to 5 years of age receive RESIDENTIAL LOT ready for construction.City Mv .u. nOMI FOR liNn clean 2/BR% clothes Fairway Av. tpd 5/2 COUNTRY LIVING 2 BR, Mobile Home. Garden. SR 121 In Lacro....
excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call water and tewage. $6,500.00 BA, on 1'/ acre lot on Immokolee Rd. GARAGE SALE Geneva Spring. Condo. Garden space, adultt only. Unf umlgh- 4621561. Cloud Sun.' Mon.

473.1864.4/04 rin 964.7271.1/11 4tchg 5/2. 239.00 per mo. 473-2566. 9/2 Itchg Sat.. May. 8 to 12. Man/Item. fr&rrrS ed $165 per month. Phone 496-2600. 3-chr5/2.5/16
PIANO LESSONS In Your Home. With LAND FOR SALE 5 to 20 acr... 9647893. households. lied 5/2 1-chg: 502TYPEWRITERS

experienced teacher. All aget beginners 4/18 4tchg 5/9 WANTED AND ADDING MACHINESFOR .' ,
welcome. 3751343.0.. 4tchg SIX ACRES OFF FORSYTHI ROAD 1 2/3 CARS TRUCKS RENTs Union County Tlmet, 150 AL'S PLUMBINGResidential
4/2S acre lots $3500 No mon.y down $75 Main Str..t Lake Butl.r. Phon.
TOMMY'S LAWN SERVICE OF STARKE mth. Call 964.5606.25 tfn WANTED TO RENT June I. 3 or more & BOATS 4962261. TFN & Commercial

Call 964.6816..4/114tpd 5/2. NEAR GOLF COURSE 13% acret, 2 wells bedroom furnished home In Keystone.Repsonslble C.O.'t OUT OF TOWN' Save up to sea Repairs
2 teptlct low down payment owner adult with on. child. Local mon. 13.000 mules 'a yearl PINES
NEW METHOD CARPET DRY CLEANING
references. 475-9613 1977 FORD SUPER CAB 110. State Certified
financed. Also plus acre. In Crosby evenings. 4/18 Auto Irons., QUALITY LIVING. Laundry. Park.Rocrtlon. .
SERVICE Dry cleaning tollguard
A carpet frethner. Owned germicide and Lak. Shoret w/well and septic tfnchg air contained PS. PB. dual battery with self- Car pool, FRIENDLY AT. 473-3562 .
9648813.25 2tpd 5/2 camper toilet, shower MOSPHERE. Reatonable. SR 121 Lake
operated by Don Martin 8. Ed Sanders.
stove, ref. built In TV. $4,999. Phon.
Hwy. 24 West Waldo. FL 32694, Call IN KEYSTONE HGTS cleared lot ready to LOSTFOUNDCHINESE Butler. 4962366. ufn4/25

Collect ((904)) 46.1471.4/11 8tpd 5/30 build 80 by 125 access to Lake Beach 473.7139 2tpd 4/29-9/2 COUNTRY LIVING2 BR, Mobil. Home. VACUUMSALE

ROOFING AAMC POOP PROFESSIONAL Club House privileges. $3200. 964-75) PUG lost In G.n.va Lak. Gard.n space, adults only. Unfurnished .
Fiberglass flat deckt. call evenings. 3/2 2tchg 5/9 Estates. Wearing a silver chok. chain FOR SALE $165 per month. Phon. 4962600.
Fiberglass shingles Skylight.. Gutters LAND FOR SALE 11.8 acre 3 br. 2 bath fawn colored. Dlsappeard April 8. Call 1-chgS/2 '

downspout. Carpentry. W. use only double wid. gr.at room with fireplace, 4755657. Reword! Itpd 5/2 SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC NEW & USEDWe
CLASS A MATERIALS. W. finance all 778.7530 In evenings 7818012. 5/2 FOUND 2 dogs, large red pup at high pipes and fittings. Water softeners.
INSURANCEMAINES
work expertly don. 10 YEARS FREE 2tchg 5/9 school. Bull dog pup found In Gizmo Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hgts., Finance Our Own
MAINTENANCE guarant. Florida LAND FOR SALE, 8.24 acres, 3 br, 2 bathNH area. Call to ID. 473-2199 aft.r 6 p.m. 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg KIKBYS

Llcente No. RL0047314. with extra hook up 778.7530 'In or 473.7106 between 10 a.m.-9.30: p.m. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series INSURANCE AGENCY. 160 S. ROYALS

389-ROOF-389.7663 or .. 781.8012.5/2.. 2tchg 5/9 Itpd 5/2 organ with double keyboard base Lake Av.nu., Lake Butler 4963978. EUHEKAS

78 l-ROOF-781-7603 CALL COLLECT. pedals and rhythm section $795. Call Complete Insurance Servic.,1FN. HOOVERS

4/18 Itpd.MOWING FOR RENT HELP WANTED 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 ELECTKOLUX
EDGING. TRIMMING! most weekends for appointment to ._. tin
anything 964.5962.18 4tchg 5/9. THREE ASSISTANT COOKS and SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26, 2'''' miles KILTER QUEENS:
one
LAWN MOWING la/Small lawn. Ball MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. motel maid needed for In east of Melrose. Hedge plants, 3 for$1, SEARS
fields playgrounds. Phon. 485-1861 Mobil. Hornet and tpacet for rent.' Keystone ar.a. Call.'..'73-4798 a camp or $9 limit.12/20 tfnchg Steve: Broadway COMMERCIAL

anytime ./25 Hnchg Recreational vehicles w.lcom. Phon. 413.3258.5/2 tfnchgPERSONALSERVICES DARK BROWN PONY Mar. Best offer. TREE SERVICE We repair all makes
WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMEl County Road .68.29129116 tfn 473-7686. 2tpd 4/29-9/2

125 West One mil. between motels. RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET. Will 2 PEAVIY COLUMN SPEAKERS Suitable Removal AI Young'sSince

For further Info., call .7823525.25 design and remodel to suit your needi. for church or group. 1 year old. $300 or
2tpd 5/2 Call 964.6305, ask for John. 3/07 tin best offer. 473-2803. Itchg 5/2 Trimming 1957

LAWN MOWING AND ALL TYPES OF MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mil. SPECIAL DESIGN rear brake for H.D. *'Stump Removal<<
KEYSTONE Tree
I YARD WORK. Reatonable rat., from Stark. city limits. Clean. No Moving hauling. Big twins 197381. Stops poor pad 964.6918
disposal & Trash removal. Low rat.. Firewood!
473.4512.5/2 2tchg 5/9 children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. wear eliminates rattles and drag. 3
Free ..tlmat... $10 ft 4733209. Miles north of
A TRULY WHOLISTIC APPROACH TO .68.13231017 tfn up. Lyons Precision Machine, P. O. Box Free<< Kstimatt
2tpd 5/2.5/10 Slarfre
US
HEALTH Writ. (no phon.) VINCENT'I CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for .rent. On CARPENTER WORK 9404-LL, Albany. NY 12209 ((518)) 473.4732 on 301
G. GAY Rt. 2. Box 1350. Starke, FL Hwy.. 16 W. Close to prison. Call Remodeling work 768.2985. $150 plus shipping UPS COD. .
kltch.n cabinets and trim
32091 (NW 37th St.). 5/2 2tpd 5/9 964-7530 or .68.132310107 tfn Reasonable prices. Call 473-40)8 carpentry.after Master Charge.VIsa-M.O. ItFCAN After 5 P.M. *395--2 br. 1 bo. home on 1 ac., new
INTERIOR EXTERIOR PAINT. Home STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly 530 1/9 SLIGHT PAINt DAMAGE New flashing 12x36 workshop fruit trees S More
: tfnchg Keystone
p.m.
repairs and custom built cabinets, 20 ral... Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations. arrow sign. Factory dlr.ct. Warranty. Heights 32500.
yr. exper reference 964.5962.18 Av. 7/28 tfn $249 compl.t., reg. $469. Free bulbs, Licensed & Insured
Fr.. estimates. T.n J386--2 br. 1 ba. MH with addition on
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years
i 4tchg 5/9. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 tubes. Four left. Call Immediately .
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for 2 ac. located 100 West partly furnished
BA apt. For more Information call Lake 1-800-423-0163, anytime. (Not -
CARS & Butler Apt. 496-3141. Equal Craig. 5/17 tfnci.i: repossessed). 1tFCAN $19,000. _
TRUCKS Opportunity
HANDYMAN All kinds" home repairs, 359--10 oc. undeveloped. 4 miles to
6/7 MAHOGANY DINING ROOM SET In-
Housing. tfnchg
-
L mobllehome a..d: needs.No BULLDOZER WORKFill ((330
repairs fix-up town, paved frontage
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Mobil. Home. Two eludes buffet with glass shelves 'and
73 8UICK LASABRI power .._rlng. lob| too small. Minor .,....
plumbing Dirt & Clay ft..> $'800a
brakes windows AC 82,000 miles, BR. 1 BA. $1 50 per mo. Furnished, or un repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul. silver draw.r with liner 6 chairs tobl. 838 N.Tempi.Ave.Starke. .
good all cond. furnished. Purchase option. S69-S89 and 1 leaf; Rattan floor lamp. 473-4988. 32091
ov.r $800.
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.964-5952 and Ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day'or .. .nlng.
6915. ",8 Itfn. q.S month plus Iqt. 473.7.I861.)1. S/17 tfllChg.III"1!i J.- UiuibJFURNITURE ,,\.tpcl.s2J... : Tim Murrhee : \'MROU1i''UIII
ibkiK" \
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178 OLDS WAGON MDtlxW/HOME FOR''REWr'1"8N'lsousVtrall.r / '10 GIoN : and .
fully equipped. AND ANTIQUE reflnlslilng.. i \
Great family car. $2,500 or best offer completely furnished heat and Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac r.ar window sun visor. All to fit wide I Keystone Heights REALTY

Call after 964-4060.. 4/25 2tchg 5/2. air $60.00 per week. Near Graham 4732521. tfnchg 124CARMICHAEL'S .,'bed plck'up. $100. 4732110. Itpd 5/2 IMCOHPOKAHO

81 MERCURY LYNX Automatic A/C, .85.1371.5/21tchg. PAINTNG Interior, ex. 84 ROCKWOOD POP UP CAMPER Used 3 473-4175' SIOKII
AM-FM Cassette 2.500.00 964-5743 or FRAME HOUSE) 2/BR. 1/BA partially fur- terlor references. Call 473-7517 3/14 times, same'as new. Sleeps 6 has 964-1931 473-3096 .
473-2046 after 5:30.5/21: nlshed with A/C on Road 223-, tfnchg stove, ref sink call 473.2951.v.nings.

1982 VOLKSWAGON JETTAi 4 door Air Lawtey 964-5714 or 782.3088.5/21 Itpd DOCK BUILDERS Bulk heads, decks 5/2 Itchg == =

sunroof Am-Fm .t.r. _.. 57,000 mil., 2 BR MH FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED boathouses Quality construction
Highway mllet. 46 mpg. Service on Griff Loop 175.00 month plus Allen Brothers Construction CALL HOUSES FOR SALE PTr,2-J ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.
$100.00 security deposit 964-8704 after ; ,
R.gularly $5800 473-3270 or 473-7209., 04-282-4964 or 904-eS5-2140. Free
5/2 Itchg ":30 or all day Saturday and Sunday. estimate 4tchg 4/11-5/2 PRICED TO SELL Desirable 3BR. 2BA Realtor

AUTO FOR SALE. 82 Ford. F 11 size LTD 5/2 Itchg CARPENTRY/MASONARY Additions, frame home, 1.680 sq.ft., split BR plan
26,000 mil... 4 Dr. FOR RENT 2/BR unfurnished hou... No Formerly FAULKNER REALTY
brick t
A/C P/S. CruiseControl. block floors, tile work. 473-4473. fireplace, screen porch. Financing considered
V.ry good children or pets. 964-8464 aft.r 4 p.m. St.-Across from Wishbone
condition take over PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt $49,500.473.3929.3/21 tfnchg 221 W.Lafayette
paymentt. 964-4223 or 4737846. 5/2 5/2 2tchg 5/9 mildew peeling paint from homes, Mon.-Frl.':30 .-S:30p.m.
Itpd 1BR. FURNISHED APT) Carpeted paved driveways, mobil. homes. Call Rick LAND FOR SALE / ,. Saturday a.m.to 12 noon
72 PONTIAC GRANDVILLEi -runt but parking No pets. 9648265. 5/2 Itpd 473-2452. 4tchg 4/25-5/16

needs minor repair$350.00 782-3210 or HOME FOR RENT Unfurnished attractive FURNITURE AND ANTIQ.. Reflnlshlng.Stains r 964-5065
Weekend 2 B/R home on lake Geneva. 200 LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.
724-7587. 5/2 Itchg oils 4 polyurethene! finlshet.Caning. I
1975 CHEVELLEi Good condition ft. lak.front fireplace, panelled A/C. Call! Joann. 473.2086. 4tpd Owner will finance. $164 per month. ; l "Tak. Advantage of Our Exclusive
964.7276.5/2 3tchg 5/16 no pets, $425.00 mo. 17866044. 5/2 4/25-V16 473-4367. Hnchg. 12/6 house*!.
LOT-LAKI GENEVA Has well, A NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM
70 MERCEDES 220 D auto AC. AM-FM MOBILE HOME FOR RENT) 12 x 60 CLEAN PCM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE .Mowing pump
Stereo with cassette $4.000 9644581. stove S refrigerator A/C In the pines, Tilling, Beach work. 4737607. 5/2' storage bldg...$29.900.$2.OOIl.dowo.
$298 month. Phone 473-4098 after 6p.m.
5/2 Itchg picnic ar.a, garden space, .Id.rly couple tfnchg a
1976 CHEVROLET CHEVETTEl 1.6 engine.. preferred. $160.00 p.r month first KEYSTONE PLUMBING R.palr sewer 8 3tpd ../25.5/, *Deerwood.Lovely brick-veneer, 2296- sq ft. cathedral ceiling & sunken l.R.

Good condition low mil.ag. $900.00 and' lost month r.nt. AI Young drain cleaning. 24 hour ergency ser LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto Fish from your lot, many extras.
964-7871 or 961.5850.5/2 Itpd Vacuum. 3Vi mules north on 301. .. 473.3209.tpd 9/2-5/23 move on. Power well septic and *Nic. for a starter home, 3 BR. 1 B.'fenced yard. Could be a good Investment .
CARS FOR SALE Honda 964-6918.512 Itchg fence. 7000. 392.0985 or 3727294. for rental.
Car
$790 Rabbit LAWN MOWING AND All TYPES OF Ask for Linda. 5/2.5/30
'\ tame. 964.6020.5/2 l Itchg FOR RENT 'CUTE 3 Br} concrete blockhouse Stchg *Country Club Area-Approx 2'/i' acre, lovely building site.

1974 FORD PICKUPi V-8,, PS at $850 call with FF Refrigerator AC YARD 473.4512.5/2 WORK. Reasonable rates.. NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND ablns *M.H. with built on has 1 acre, can be bought for closing cost & qualifying fora
5/9 small ,
2tchg Larg. acreag. acreage
be assumed
964.5906.512 Itchg Fireplace and attached work shop near mortgage to
homes. ROCKERY LAND CO., 114 Andrews
I schools, $275 plus security deposit MOBILE HOMES Rd., Murphy N.C.: 28906 Call Beautiful home past hospital large lot-green house & other extras.
I' MOBILE HOMES 9646968.25 3tchg 5/9. Toll Free 1-800-331-7947. I *Call street East corner lot with spacious home..
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS FOR *Lafayette St. 1 acre, recently redecorated 3 8.R. 2 B. home.
i I' FOR SALE RENT FREE Garbag. oick-UD.. water 1983 DW MOBILE HOME 24x56 *Raiford-lmogine buying a 3 B.R. Home for only $16,000.

sewer and pest control ..r lc.. Call 3BR/28A CHftA furnished shingled Subscribe Today I I *REDUCED Owner anxious to sell 4 B.R. 1 B. just off Pratt St. 29900.

SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 N.Stork. 964-4048 or 9645065. Susan Faulkner roof larg. front deck w/lakeview ap- LAKE REGION MONITOR' *LAKE BUTLER you can't Imagine the space In this approx 4000 sq fdt home on

.. Come tee Ray Gouln formerly Reddish Broker own.r. prox. 1 acre, excellent condition 473-2210' 111 I acre, has fall out shelter pool. This place needs TLC.

of Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.< $38,000 with atsumable mortgage. S.., *Call St. E., a nice large lot to build that dream home on nice vairty of trees
W. buy and move u.ed.horn. Shop & Compare!! Melton 473.77.1.4 tfnchg approx 1'/> acre.
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.964-4414 or 964..778.26 tfn i-vi.il I Insurance for i *Quiet country living on '/> acre with 3 B.R. 1 B. has aluminum siding only

MOSJ.II HOME FOR SALE 12 x 65 mobile :\1..II.hIInlnt' Hark.s"All sdI Iaids'' ".. Hand I House $2,500 Monthly i $25,000. I

homeNiL.br, 3'/ ton c.ntral Heat/air There will be some people in How would you like to own a mini farm with pecan trees & fish pond with' aCute
looks like Ivpes.I of home- ': Portable Buildings
brand new. $6,000964-7312.
i 2 B.R. 1 B. home ready to move Into.
MOBILE HOME FOR SALEi One acre with owners policie.s.. for, h. I US 301 South Starke 964-6020 the Starke area making this In- *Close to Lake Geneva Beautllul38RJ2BA. with CHI A. Chain link fence, and

3 br, 1V4 ba trailer 9 -.236. 4/11 mobile, homes. V come. Will you be one of | utility bldg. Cheaper than you think.

tfnchg. *' Call for Quote ; CURIES CYCLES .. them? Skeptical or Lazy don't 10 acres of semi-cleared land with a fish pond ajoming It, $2.500 an acre
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OWNER MUST SELli 3/2 189.00. _Mo.. call. *Across from city hall nice frame house, with chain link fence.

Take over payments. Must ask for Olin's Mobile Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24 ((904)) 964.6962 *6.1 acres of rolling hills with 2BR/2BA brick home, Jen-aire, rang., CH/A
Chris
1.622.3799' or ,J-622-2820. 4/25 fenced and a large carport with work shed. Come by and take a look!
Sales : I
SAll Several furnished Mobil; Home ----
FOR
br I.
: 2
*You could 100' water
own frontage on Santa F. River for only $11 O. per
Hornet each Pin.In good M.H.to Park.xc..cond...962366.25$4250 Elaine M. Olin, Agent! I month assumable mtg at 9.5% Ready to build onl

> 964.5606 Country living In Bradford County 47 acres w/brlck off Hwy 100 toward
tfnchg.
Lake Butler ,
WANTED
HOUSE TRAILERS. 8 x 33. $800.00 HELP t
964.7567.5/2 2tpd 5/9 ; *$32,500 will put your family Into this nice Brooker Home.

PRICED TO SELL 3/BR Mobil. Home e Now Hiring Cooks Bus-Boys Meat Cutters, *Thinking of Building? Take a look at these two nice lots appox. one acre
1 each of SR 16 toward Raiford.
1978-1 acre, bldg."tome fenced-N.E. just
and Line Personnel.
t 11 St. fourth mobile home on I.ft Dishwashers'Waitresses' Salad REDUCED to SELL18.9 acres and lovely farm home.

Laura Bopti.Churc" Road 52tpdOWN Shifts Hillcrest Lake Builder/Owned; excellent condition with lovely view.
5/9 : Day or Night *Motivated Seller on rental property check terms 8 prices "UNBELIEVABLE".

YOUR OWN'HOME NeW 3 BR2Bath Lovely 10 ac farm on paved Rd 4 Br house priced In 30s.
double wlde-Mosonlte tldlng- 1 Apply. *Good commercial In town between two main rds.

thlngle' roof w. do our own financingPymtt ??;Mli'o'f..StarkerUS' 3M Thursda.y & Friday, 2.5; Saturday, 10-2; Monday, 2.5 *Graham-Live with In 10 min. of Starke or 20 mln.of G'ville on this 4,5 ac

at low a. $198. mo'. :Clayton WESTERN STEER STEAKHOUSE Ranch Style 3BR/2BA home.
Hornet 3965 Phillips Hwy Jacksonville,, BANKRUPTCYSmall Start your own U-Pickum farm on this 40 Ac with 2 Irrigation wells locatedon
Fl 1-733-0821. Itchg /. U.S. 301 South Starts C.R. 225 with lovely home and pecan trees.

W( DO OUR OWN FINANCING, Can you Bus, Ad mi", *Get back to nature with this 3BR/2BA D/w with fruit trees & Garden.

believe a brand new 2BR Mobil. Home *3BR/1 BA Old Farm House ft Barn on 70 oc.with 45 ac. in Timber make offer. "

,for only $\39 a! mo. Hurry limited A Reduced) 3 Br 1 Ba Home on corner lot with fenced In yard.

tpeclal call Ed at Clayton Ham. In Jax. A 5 Ac. with Country Home, fenced In pasture and fish pond. $47,000

3965 Phillips Hwy 1.733-0821. Itchg I Doublewlde M.H. on 3 acres with many extras.
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NEED USED HOMES Will trade your used r.s : s r Sack Ccurtnnu & AmDOcfatcfi 3nr. I.
*Cute Summ.r home with access to Silver Lake $49.000'
home for my good selection of n.w M2-Cgrri&., 2acr. lot with well and septic just ready for your M.H.
.. Highest trod. possible. w. do r Realtor IBulld..r 473-7060 Beautiful lot In Hampton Oaks 1.89 acres
our own financing. New mobile homes : Faulkner
Susan Reddish REALTOR
for$119 mo. with your trod. In. Call Ed .Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford t Sales
Manager 964.4048
i ,1.90".73-ntI21.: 5/2 Itcho tank mounds Evenings
Co. A few Duplex & Triplex lots. No septic paved REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene

WANTEDPARrS roads Our community water systems Owner,financing
L. Faulkner 964-5142 Elise Johns 533.2816
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,' '. Jacksonville, Palatka and
from $3950". Central to Gainesville.
Rex Siemer 473-2120 Suzanne I Kitchens 964-7630

FOR JMPH'M38-AI ParticularlySteering ) Or 1Q% Cash Sale Day ,Starke. Bob Matthews 964.7281 Lou Young 964.7525

<. 964-1497.5/2 Sector.Itpd Call, 964.8011 or Bat by foM jMMr & *JS Carol Warner 964.4992

WAWTEDi, A good home 'for S |lust weaned ici Beautiful' Golf./Course Lots COMMERCIAL-RESIDENTIAL

kitten 9647679. 5/2 Itchg Rentals Available

WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMIi 5 yrs; and I wthr1 11 Priced from $10,950/ Coral Warner REALTOR ASSOC..

under. Mon-Frl. Olln's Mobil. Home, ; ;( ; ./ Property Management Division .
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YARD SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE


THURSDAY AND FRIDAY; 10 to S. Sot 9.2. NEWSPAPER PLATESi Aluminum EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part 4M S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR, CB
Infon.. chlldr.n and maternity Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great time we\'k. Send resume to P.O. home 1.468.1323.11/08 tfn
cloth... h.ld In.ld. If rain, County Rd for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH Drawer 280 Starke, FL 32091, 1/03 tfn DOCK HOUSE Modern kitchen over the
225 b.tw..n Lawt.y and the prison 135 W. Call St. 9646305. EXPERIENCED SALES PERSON Apply In water where shrimp crabs, and fish
5/25 tchg TRAILERS. TRAILERS. TRAILERS S'xS' person at Ollns Mobil Horn, Hwy are plentiful teason. Beautiful view
YARD SALtt Friday ft Sat. B.E. Akrlda. utility trailer. $650; 16' dozer trailer 100 Stark.. 314n Secluded. One acre plus at Harriet'sBluff
.."."I RdW 781. V2 Itpd EXCELLENT INCOMI for part time home /icrWiliar
$1,700 16' Starke. 9647835.
; utility trailer $970; 16' lawn / hours NE
YARD SALEa M"ASolo. assembly work. For Info. call ((304))
J.ans trailer $1,125; 10' lawn tingle axle 3/07 tfn
cloth.., houiehold It.m., ha'n trailer, $878; 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 641.8003 Ext. 9579. 4/11 EOW 5/23. IR, 1'%' BATH HOMES Saratoga Hts., V REALTY
toy.. Sat. May 4, 9.' 1356 Blanding ft, ramps, $100 Olln's Mobile Home BABYSITTER: Wanted In our home Monday corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. f
Court Saratoga H.Ight. 5/2 1tpd Center, Rd. 100 W. Stark. 9645606. thru Friday B a.m. to 3 p.m.for our Phone 964-8652. 3/21 tfn J:1': '; .
: 221 RAIFORD ROADS Yard Sol. Thur., 1/10 tfn three daughters.. 7Vi yrs old 2'/s yrs 3 BR. MUST SELL Central air and h.at., j ...
Fri a Sat. Chlldr.n. cloth... dl.h.. COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or old and 15 mo'.. old. Call 468-2220. Enclosed garage, low maintenance l'.ML "" "" PHONE 964.7776

mist 5/2 1tchg sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon 5/25 ItpdAFTERNOON ceiling fans, nice n.lghborhoodrelose fJRWEIIlGAR
BIG YARD SALE, 205 N. Temple Starke
Sat. Furniture. clothing home or office copier $999; Canon of EVENINGS WEEKENDS to Southslde Elem.$39,900,964-3952 or ,
household Item, .hip tool.and equlp: flee copier, $1399. Rent to own for as Must boa neat cheerful and depen 964.6915.18 Itfn. ,
.. A/C.. freei.r. 9 mil.,, ; little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP ...dabl.. Aply In person 782-3580 Lawtey HOME FOR SALE 3 b.. '1V4 bath, Stucco PRIVATE PROPERTY WEEK
We.t of lowt.y Rd. US. 782-3640 110 W. Call St., Stark. 964-3764. 221tfn Shell/lc Cr.am Chum 5/23 2tchg home, fireplace deck, large shady April 28'May
Concel I If rain. 3/21 term HAIRDRESSER WANTED Glenda's Shear yard central air/heat for more Information
RD. U WEST TOWARD PRISONi Olan NEW PIANO $49.99 per month no credit D..lgn.2" ttchg. call 964737.25 2tchg 5/2
IT'S CALLED LIVING
KINGSLEY LAKE :
ITI I
Trailer Pork: Thr.. lam.il. Thur. M checks Call 96..69..6.04 tfn WOMEN TO DO GENERAL MOTEL WORKi HOME FOR SALE BY OWNERI Brick haute YOU ASKED FOR
& Sot. 9 tll. ehe. of drawer, drop.., 3V TON HEAT PUMP (GEt Call 964.5129after and some housework. Own private with 3/BR 2/BA. Central heat and air MAIN HOUSE, 2nd HOME FOR RENTAL OR FAMILY, LAUNDRY
bed.preod. Lot of ml.c. 964.6994.5/2 6 p.m. Price negotiable. 4/04 tfn room and salary 964.7184.5/2 Itchg 1600 *q. ft living area. 2 acres of land HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT) TWO CAR GARAGE HUGE
Hchg ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month. MAKE-UP ARTIST for Danyel Professional on highway 225. 57500.Call 964-6943 ROOM BOATHOUSE DOCK COMPLETELY FENCED
GIGANTIC YARD SALE B..ld. Lady Bug No down payment. Call 96469"6.04 Makeup line In Holrplone nlghtt. 4/25 2tpd 5/2 STORAGE ,
'Florl.t, Sat. from 9.3 too many Itm.. to tfn SHAMPO3/2 Itchg 3 BR HOUSE FOR SALE |lust outside city PAVED DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE I
het 5/2 Hpd MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as ASSISTANT needed on Private road Central h.atl AC. CONNERLY ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR & BRICK APPROX.
SAT. MAY 4: 127 N. Wat.r St.. Back of $14.99 per month. Call 96469"6.04 Halrplanes 964.4645.5/2 Itchg Wood Stove, huge Recr. Room below BEAMED CEILINGS SCREENED
Control. Cloth. for 2294 SQ. FT. STONE FIREPLACE, ,
P..t m.n. women tfn SAWYER AIR CONDITIONING, INCI one appraisal $38,000 Call 964.5597.25
& children. Alto, lots of oth.r Itm.a' 8 25 IN. ZENITH. CHROMACOLOR consoleTV. of the largest Independent air condi- tfnchg. BACK PORCH WITH WET BAR CORNER LOT.

til 5 p.m. Conc.l rain. 5/2 Itod Good condition. 9645907. S/2ltpd tioning service companies In Northeast 3 BR 2 BA fireplace deck with hot tub .CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW, DELUXE
FRI I SAT. 9 tll 3. 1505 Raiford Rd Oe.p 1979 YELLOW YHAMAHA 80CC runs like Florida It looking for a few good ..r- plus rented duplex and bunglo for Income A MO.
fr..z., duck & goo, d.coy., two brand new. Good Condition asking vice men. Benefits Include top salary and tax shelter$85,000 964.5584 OFFICE COMPLEX OF DISTINCTION) HWY. 301S $425
burn.r 1 hot plot.' & many mist 'It.m.. $250. 4311163. 5/2 2tchg 5/9 paid holidays, vacations, training anda eves 4/25 4tchg 5/16. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH PLENTY OF PARKING

3/Z Itpd 27 FT. TERRY TRAVEL TRAILER Priced to career with a fait moving area 2 BR HOUSE FOR SALE live rm, din. rm LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR
\V"/ PRATT
SAT. THREE FAMILIES 9 to 3, Rout. 100 ..11. 1972 well maintained. $2400 call leader. Call today for a confidential Interview. den In Starke. low Interest assume 908 .
South 3V mil. from 301 n.ar south 9645895. 5/2 4tpd 5/23 964.7701.5/2 tfn mortgage call 964-4718 after 5.00 p.m. BEST MOVE WILL BE TO THIS HOME.
end of Grlffli loop. 5/2 Itchg POODLE PUPPY: 3 months old, female OLAN MILLS HAS SEVERAL OPENINGS 4/23 2tchg 5/2 .DAIRY QUEEN HWY 301 N REDUCED OWNER IN CALIF.
GARAGE SALE FRI & SAT May 3& 4 9-5, 9646974. 5/2ltpd for phone sales p.ople. No experience sstss..susSS.. FOR YOU.
baby bed, Hl-chalr trailer. car-i.ot MALLARD BABY DUCKS Small trailer necessary. We train. Morning and ANXIOUS TO SELL. A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
carrier tingle bed fan., carp.ts. made by Sears, 7 ft. straight axle. Bird evening shifts available. Also need FOR SALE OR RENT: FOUR HOMES FOR LEASE AWAY FROM THE CROWDS.
dl.he.. pots ft pan, shut, towels dog puppy ft house 7823650. 5/2 Itpd somone to make lit.deliveries. Applyto 3 BR 2 BA Homn. Separate LR, OR CLUB SO
bedspread, t.wing machine, 12 In. FOR SALE 20 cu. ft. Hotpoint chest Josie Massle, Best Western Motel and FR CH/A. Fireplace in FR. Fenced .GOLFER'S DREAM HOME ACROSS FROM COUNTY \
TV, tlk., table) ft choir 7 mil* south freezer. $175.00. 964-8424.. 5/21tpd Stark, Thursday May 2 and Friday yard with paved drive and utility sh YOU WANT THE FINEST THIS IS FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE
of Stark. on road 100 on left 5/2 Itpd FOR SALE: Sears 23,000 BTU Window May 3 after 9 a.m. Equal Opportunity ed. Assume Mortg. Call 964.8268. JUST PLAIN LIVING. MAKE AN OFFER!
LARGE GARAGE SALE Sat., May 4 atBadcock' Unit. Good condition, 175.00 call Employer. 5/21 tchg 924 Woodltwn Road
.. A little bit of everything. 9647595. 5/2 Itpd FULL TIME WORK for chicken farm call 301 MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. WITH
5/2 Itchg CAMPER FOR SALE 19' Starcraft Pop-up. 964.8456 anytime. 5/2 Itchg SPACIOUS LIVING QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE.
BIG YARD SALE Frl ft Sat May 3 ft 4,9 A/C, shower, fully self contained SECRETARY NEEDED mature persone BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES A BUSINESS Tool.HANDSOME !
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Griff Loop S.E. 30th sleeps "-6; 19.3 cu. ft. refrigerator with stong Secty. skills, self starter A '
Av. Tupperware, what-nots china frost free, electric stove All good con well organized. Type 50 WPM accurately BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37/ ACRES
dish., living room ft kltch.n curtain., dition. 9646877. 5/2 Itpd Dictaphone and 10-key exper. re 4BR/2V.BA FIREPLACE &BARN-GOOD FOR KIDS AND OTHER
quilts, Ironing board ft irons, lamp, 84 ROCKWOOD POP UP CAMPER: Used 3 quired. Only qualified need apply. 10 YR ESTABLISHED MOTORCYCLE SERVICE THINGS.
luggag. ft beauty case, hand towels, times Same as new, sleeps 6, has Call for appointment Tom Dooley : Gross 100-400 thousand per GROWING
child folding chair, Kltty-Kupp.d bed stove, r.f. sink call 473-2951 evenings. Gator Freightways 964-5743. 5/2 Itchg year .FORMERLY MAJIK MARKET ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL
rug, TV Stand Red velvet bedspread'girl 5/2 ItchgSLEEPER FEDERAL. STATE ft CIVIliJobs now $40.000 TAKES ALL will lease bldg. 301 HWY. PRICED RIGHT.
ft boys ft baby clothes, women ft SOFA Queen size brown vinyl available In your area. Call 964.8848.25 Itchg. .
m.n cloth.s, window Air Cond curtain 782.3588 $100. 5/211pd 1-619-569-8304. 5/2 3tpd 5/13 OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR .THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT
rods ft ml*. items 5/2 Itchg 1 REG. RED BRAHMAN BULL 2 yr old, GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000550,000yr ladles apparel childrens, large size, "PINESONG" 37 BLDG LOTS & PAVED ROADS
FRIDAY ONLY Four families 9 to 5, antique gentle, from Brucellosis Certified Herd, possible All occupations. combination sstore, accessories. Jor- 5 BR 3V B UNIQUE
trunk furniture, family clothing ft 9644144. 5/2 Itpd Cell 805687.6000 Ext. R-5504 to find dache. Chic Lee, Levi Easy Street SECLUDED, CHARMING $76,900
misc., North 301 lust b.for. Textile, COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Stark. out how. 5/2 4tchg 5/18 Izod, Esprit, Tomboy Calvin Klein, HIDEAWAY IN CITY ON 7 ACRES 6 YEARS OLD & IF YOU LIKE

Town. 5/2 Itchg Truck Stop, south of .Starke.. 9648212.. v Sergio Valente, Evan uPicone, Liz INDIVIDUALITY HERE IT 5"I
IRIDA'6 rDrWUADAY.BofrjTdesL..q i I I *"II2Hfn !!*' HELP WANTED ,pClaiborne, Member Only Organically RM COULD BE 5th BR,
!5/2 story Gasoline Healthtex, Over .BRICK 4 BR 28 ONE ACRE-SEWING .
baby dresser. 708 -cVohon St.- ARTS FOR SALE 2 units / 2 building'with Grown ,
Itchg fireplaces on Washington St. Double EXP. MEAT CUTTERCall 1000 oth.r. $7.900 to $24.900 inventory FIREPLACE, DBL. GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -CH&A
GIGANTIC YARD SALE 6 families: 301 Lot. Next to Starke Elem. School training fixtures. Grand openIng BESSENT RD 5 OAKS CONNERLY ESTATES HAMPTON
drive In: Saturday 94. 5/2 tehg 9645876. 5/2 tpd 964.6071 etc can open in IS days, Mr LOTS:
FRI. ft SAT. 9 to 4: loll of Items, carpet, APTS FOR SALE 4 units on Call and Bay Ask for Roger Bennettor Loughlin ((612)) 888.228.2 Itpd. OAKS, CROSBY LAKE, SAMPSON LAKE, SOUTHGATE.
children clothes, long dresses, to anew St. behine Fortune Federal Savings A HAVE A FASHION STORE OF YOUR TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE 16 ACRES W/APPROX 700' HWY
hood. Strawberry Acres, loon good investment now. Future Sandra Norman OWN Let our National Company assist BUTLER
rang. HOMES
2 MOBILE
turn right at first dirt road past Thonl's commercial property 8645876. 5/2 you. All popular brands, Calvin Klein, 301 2 DEEP WELLS, 3 SEPTIC TANKS
Oil. 5/2 Itpd llpd Gloria Vanderbilt, Bobbie Brooks, BLDG. STOCKED POND & CREEK.
YARD SALE FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Old FOR SATE! : Surplus store fixtures, sales BOATS Sergio Valente, Santa Cruz Tomboy, CALL ST. HOME EXCELLENT FINANCING.
Lawtey Road N.E. Second Street. counter with coshdrawer, display table Esprit ft more. $8,500 to $18,400.
Phone 964.5746.5/2 Itpd with consealed storage, steel shipping 14ft. BASS BOAT AND TRAILER: with Beginning Inventory fixtures supplies 36.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING
YARD SALE Children Women ft Men table, metal storage bins, 2 drawer ft 4 25hp Johnson motor and electric trolling airfare, and training. For Information .COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES
clothes ft shoes. Gas tank for boat, drawer file cabinets, wood work table like 2250. Call call Ed Brandt collect ((405))
new MTG.
trolling motor ft life jackets. Road 125, with drawers metal desk, 2 office 964-6943 motor.after 6:30: p.m. 4/25 2tpd 5/2. 2385098. 5/2 FCAN .49 GREAT ACRES HWY 229 WITH FARM HOUSE ASSUM
'V mil. west of 301, Lawt.y. May 3 S 4, chairs, steel vertical file with rollers, 2 1977 LITTON BASS BOAT 85HP. Drive on MOTOR CYCLE SHOP FOR SALE: bldg for .LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3V ACRES.
5/2 Itchg microfiche readers, 6 catalog station lease 4800 ft. located on U.S. 301 S.
8 W 5 p.m. control trolling motor.Two sq.
a.m. trailer. Foot A GOOD BUY.
NEW AND USED ITEMS Frl ft Sat. Rd 16 holders, can be seen at Montgomery new batteries good shape 964-4224 or 9646020. 5/2 Itchg .4 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A & WILSON RD
East at City Limits. 5/2 Itpd Ward 132 E Call St. Stark. 5/2 2tchg 473-7846 350000. 5/2 Itpd RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.
BIG SIDE WALK SALE at Western Auto 5/9 COMPLETE MOBILE HOME SERVICE WIDE FAM RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4 A.
SINGLE -
$21,500
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Thurs Fri Sot watches$2.99 15ft. chest PINTO STUD 20 mo. old greenbroake Skirting 'PlumbingDecking
freezer only $299. Furniture, bikes ulck to learn, gentle $350. Ask for Beth Subscribe Today -ElectricalFlooring 832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.

$49.99 toy., tools. 5/2 Itpd 96".8713.18 3tpd 5/2 BRADFORD COUNTY Remodeling VILLAGE TWO LOTS FOR 5000.
GARAGE SALEMay 3, from 9 to 5 First TELEGRAPH _Additions 'Concrete Slab.Custom KINGSLEY LAKE
Resident North of lawtey school REAL ESTATE 964-6305 Built Sheds-Pump Houses 533 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING 21000.

YARD 7823944.SALE 5/2 Intersection 1 tchg 301 & 125 just OUT OF AREA Fre Istlmates-Call 473-7133- BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE LOTS OWNER FIN.

North of Lawtey weather permittingFrl. -- 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S. EXC. TERMS.

ft Sat. 5/2 Itchg bed playpen OCEANFRONT: 1 bedroom suites at NOTICE' Plumbing SuppliesFrom INVEST, NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S.
FRIDAY ft SAT. May 3 &4: Baby Crescent Beach near St. Augustine, :
machine, clothe, RD 230- 3BR 2 B. LOT 100 x 300 52000.
TV, sewing Florida. $''6,888. Not tlmeshare.Goodrklt BRICK HOME
shoes and what knots a.m. to 4 p.m. Company Brokers ((904) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING -
Phone 964-5031.5/2 Itpd 4711477. 4/25 FCAN should be submitted -
to the Bradford * *
VERMONT SUMMER: Rent luxurious condominiums Durrance
County Telegraph office EVENINGS
FOR SALE in the GREEN MOUNTAINSat '
In writing and; < OUTLAW"...5..7. BILL DODD 9647408IRVING
reasonable summer rates. Rents at & LAVERN
paid In advance Pump 533.2121 CLARK. JR.964-7188
'low $800 month. SUGARBUSH JOHN GREENE
CONDITIONER as a
WATER unless credit Is' WARD 961.1454WAYNE
AUTOMATIC NOVIS
CULLIGAN VILLAGE R.E., Box 234, Warren VT TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319
$500
1 old, asking already established Co. DAVID DODGE 764-5370
: year w..k.nd.25 05674. Toll free (800) 451-4326. 4/23 Supply DOUGLAS 964.6593
964-4693 after 6 and FCAN with this office.
2tchg 52YOUNG NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND THI TELEGRAPH 'U.S. 301 N.-.... N. Temple
4.00 .a. FRESH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 9647061We
RABBITS small cabins, Starke, Florida
WORMS: 1.73 large acreage acreage \
bunch. RESPONSIBLE,
ONIONS: .75 a I
St. homes. DOCKERY LAND CO., 114 Andrews Subscribe
318 W. LaFayette FOR MISTAKES IN
for 30 964-4536 or
FLA.
5/2 Rd.. Murphy N.C. 28906. Call STARKE,
Pride. 4/23 2tchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN
behind Pantry SLEEPER SOFA: end tables, Toll Free ((800)) 331.79..7.25 FCAN AD IS TAKEN OVER Drill Wells FOR SALE OR RENT
LAZY BOY ASHEVILLE. N.C. By owner-6 acres, or 2 .
excellent condition THE TELEPHONE. Four 1200 ft bldg.. $200"" per
and coffee table to 8 acre tracts overlooking Ashevill 2" to 6" Stat.Licensed EconoCutLawn sq.
533.29.25 2tchg 5/2 limits Classified deadline It' month. Ideal for contractor, auto
2 miles to city on state maintain
.d road restricted Call ((704))253-0147, TUESDAY NOON Services repair, light mfg., torage, lumberyard
MISCEllANEOUSREPOSSESSEDs or writ. Robert Carter 6 Golfview Rd., prior to Thursday machine hop.
Asheville, N.C. 28804. 4/25 FCAN publication. Roberts Real Estate 7.2.340aLawtey FOR INFO CALL
In:
Flashing arrow sign) 986 N. Tempi Avt. Stark, FL Specializing MCDOUGALL

Take ov.r $29.50 Big monthly cash discount.payments. :... i- i- -- ... 964.6262 Flower Mowing Beds AUCTION CO., INC.
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Complete
General LawnMaintenance
Delivered without obligation for your 1.904. 86-8989

detail Inspection.4/23 FCAN((800)) 551.3070 for free II "'Under New-Management';; I COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 Exc. Local References

SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE New flashing acres and a CB residence. Located on US
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arrow sign. $279 complete! Free bulbs, 301. Owners will leave all inventory a
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tubes! Four left. Call Immediately wrecker and some equipment for the Carpet Scotchgard
1-800-423-0163 anytime (not (Any
5/2 Itchg buyer. Call for details. $1495 Is
repossessed)
SPECIAL DESIGN REAR BRAKE for H.D.pad | PINE FOREST I Nice forty acre farm includes fifteen acres Cleaning aS) AvailableDeep

Big Twins 1973-81. Stops and poor of pecan groves with eighty four trees.
wear eliminates rattlet drag. and Soil Extraction is Also Available)
Machine, P.O. Box Two bedroom two bath central heat (

Lyons 3404-11.Precision Albany NY 12205. COD-((518)) APARTMENTS I air frame home. Fenced In electric fence; Whole House Special (uv., Din., Hall, 3 Br.), 5995Carpet
UPS
768.2985. $150 plus shipping 1 cross-fenced into five pastures with waterto

Master Charge-Visa--M.O. 5/2 FCAN I each. Four gathering pens working and Dyed 0x12)( ) . ., . . . .. .59:5FurnltJJre 9 s
hay and feed barn.
chute storage 4495
loading Cleaned sofa&chaio.-., ... . .
m 1-23: Bedroom Apts. Horse barn with three stalls tack room ( ) .

" KRAZY KEHOE 5 From '160" & Up equipment shed, storage shed. One- Qua 0? "Not Delighted, Don't POyf' ;;"tc

off paved road Starke. Florida..
BuyeSelieTrade eighth mile & Union Co. and surrounding -areas
I WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom 1 Bath homeon Serving Bradford

473-7173 Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock. Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

Hwy 111 W- N. of Kiyitom 112 & 3 Bedrooms Available Mow]' I House is In very good.condition Good access (Licensed & Insured) Residential( l & Commercial)

to the lake. Priced to sell.
WILSON ROAD ..'3 bedroom 2 bath. CB PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe

OUTSIDE CLEANER ,I house on 1 acre. Central heat & air, carpet, specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wad carpet, furniture cleanIng .

MOBILE HOMES I chain link fenced Vq d. Owners anxious. and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.

No lob too large or too Small. Ia=J- 1530 W. Madison CALL US FOR ALl YOUR REAL ESTATE Senior_Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge .Free Advice
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NEEDS, INCLUDING APPRAISALS '
Phone 984-6312
For ca1468.2 Call -. 964.4997 Call
estlmalloon'' EQUAL ROOSIII George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker
( ) L NPOITVBITY Office Howr: 9 S || Terry A. Gaines, CSM.Salesman If No Answer Call ((904)) 733-1308' Satisfaction Guaranteed .

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'f L; B S( raC1ste1s. Finish-Third,In District Meet'. I


BMS.Bands In Cnce.Ted -. _. .... :..._ .... .
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The Bradford High School. girls Florida's new'track in Gainesville. but the girls were able t; to achieve 'a: I.o. ".

track team narrowly missed a second A lasrnlnute injuried teammate some really fine performances.Those .The one mile sprint medley NIl

place finish in District: competition Lasher Butter, had to be replaced on going to the State Championships of Lex $attders,. Robert Bellam:;
bands
All three at Bradford Middle School, the beginners, cadet, and last Friday coming in third; according the 440-yard relay. Pat Barber filled. on Saturday, May 4, in Tony Jones and Timmy Hankeno

Parent concert Teacher bands, will be in concert Tuesday night, May 7, following a to CoaCIL George Loper. in giving up valued points in the Winter Park Include: which was 2nd In 3:44.19.

Organization meeting. Competing with the youngest girls 440-yard dash. .v Roberta Williams 2nd in the 100 Bellamy led off and was rennin

The PTO meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. The band concert will follow Immediately team in recent memory, the Brad- As a result, the team'fell short of in 12.16. fine until the last 15 yards coming u

probably around 7:43 p.m, The bands will be at their most accomplished the lame with a H
ford Girl's team came very close to runner-up slot by. only four The 440-yard relay of Pat Barber hamstring
level at this in the school and after working hard
point year made valiant
and a off |
their goal of at the points.The. Kim Adams Felicia Davis
all year, points out Band Director Jim Peronto.All District 4 Championships runner-up held Friday 92-degree temperature took I Roberta Williams, ran second in Lex Sanders who ran his 220 leg I

three bands will perform. There will also be solo performances and April 26, at the University of .Its..toll. ..on.. the_ .. runners and official S2.57. 21.9. Tony Jones ran a fantastic 44
flute trio. The BMS majorettes, the first-ever unit at the school, will also -0 _.__ Lisha Long who won the shot put split of 48.3 and Jimmy Hankerso

perform. ... in 35'155 and: was 2nd in the discus anchored his 880 in 2:08: minutes.

The Beginning Band will play America,Frere Jaques,a German waltz, in 92'io.", Some other fine performancewere

and Easy Steps March. 'Call Street To Come Alive With Sale...' Lori Sapp, first in the mile 'in turned in by Pat Barber's 10

The Cadet Band will play. High School Cadets, Pomp and Circumstance, .. 5:28.82 and 2nd in the two mile in In 12.34 Chris Anders In the mil

Of Castles and Kings. Downtown Starke will come alive from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Friday and 12:44.59.: 6:13.45, Kelley Jackson's 3rd in th

The Concert Band will perform Olympic Fanfare and Theme, Trium- Saturday, May Sidewalk Sale in excess of two-blocks long. i "We are allowed to change relays 880 in 2:27.58 the sprint medley c

phant Festival, Little Bob Riding Hood, Rough Riders March, Puttin on Visitors to the Sidewalk Sale will get to bargain, really wheel and deal, 'for the state meet so at this time Robert Williams, Kim Adams

the Ritz, and Brookpark Overture.The with Chastain's for unpriced items on a table of merchandise, get their Kelley Jackson, our fastest runner Felicia Davis (61.3) and LIs;

Becker.flute trio will be performed by Kim Lee, Renee Hewett, and Micki faces made up outside on the sidewalk at Merle Norman's, get a $6 hair- I In the 440-880 will probably be in the Tierney (2:32) came in 3rd ii

Solo cut outside at Glenda's Shear Design, buy shoes at Richard's for 92,$4,$6, 1440 relay,whfchcould bring our time 4:34.27..:'

performances will be given by Micki Becker, flute. ; Jimmy $8, and$10, buy one foot-long hotdog at Catfish's Sandwich Shop and get a down to around 50 flat and a better' Barber was 5th in the 220 in 28.Th
Qutette, trumpet Karen Hodges trumpet Scott Duncan alto
; sax-
,
; second one free, plus buy items displayed on the sidewalk at discount chance to Coach
many score, says Loper. mile relay was 3rd in 4:32.19 wit
ophone; Craig Williams, alto sax;. Sheila Stewart, alto sax, and John e
Loper, tuba. Tierney, Adams, Davis an
Stores participating are Mary Graves Richard's Shoes, Glenda's Boy's Track Team
The concert is free to the It is also done for AntiqueSi Jackson.
public. being as a promotion
Shear Design, Merle Norman Street Used Furniture, The boys did nearly as well quali-
the May 8 BMS orientation for the county's fifth graders who will attend Starke Shoe Repair, Kenwin Shops Williams Jewelry, Terwillegar fying:; -f. Other boy's fine efforts were

the middle school next year. Bandmaster Peronto issues a special invitation Motors, Catfish's Sandwich Shop, and Granny's Attic Robert Bellamy 2nd in the long Tony Jones in the 100 in 10.3; Eddi<

for the elementary students to attend the concert. See a double truck (two pages) of advertising in this edition of The jumpin21'9tt." r" Tennant 6th in the mile in" .4:54.52:

Telegraph for details on the Sidewalk Sale. Paul McKinpey 2nd in the 880 in the 440-yard relay team




I Legal Notices r Brownsteod has been filed nlng thus described continue 60x43.33 LEAVE FOR RT 4, BOX 1304. STARKE IN AND FOR storage charges, under NOTICE Is hereby
and South 8935'16" BRADFORD COUNTY the provisions of Section
against you you PERSONAL REASONS. FL 32091, made application given that on Monday
4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill
<
are required to serve a West along told Norther. for FLORIDA
I 6Gx43.45 JOB DESCRIPTION water use permit May 13 1985. at 10:00:

UNITED STATES DISTRICT torney are set torth copy of your written ly boundary 75.0 feet to FOR DEAN OF 3-83-00064 for an CIVIL ACTION of Lading. o'clock a.m., the undersigned

below. defenses I If any, to wit: an Iron pipe; thence STUDENTSThis average dally 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE Gator

COURTMIDDLE DISTRICT OF All! Interested persons on John H. Montgomery; North 21'29" West Public Hearingwill withdrawal of 0.0004 CASE NO.: B5-77-CA Frelghtways, Inc. will

FLORIDA are required to file with whose address Is Route parallel with the Westerly be held In the School million gallons. per day Is hereby ell at public auction for

JACKSONVILLE DIVISION this court WITHIN THREE 3. Box 1093. Starke, boundary of old E'/i, Board Room of the Bradford from ground water FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS given that on Monday. cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.

MONTHS OF THE FIRST Florida 32091. on or 100.00 feet to an Iron County School's Administrative located In Section 03, AND LOAN May 13. 1983 at 10:00 Jacksonville, FL, one lot .

UNITED STATES OF PUBLICATION OF THIS before May IS 1985.and pipe: thence North Offices, 582 Township 07 South. ASSOCIATION. stock a.m., the undersigned of plastic artlles mty ,

AMERICA NOTICE; ((1)) All claims file the original with the 89'35'16" East parallel North Temple Avenue Range 21 East Bradford Plaintiff Inc.Gator will lugs consigned to t"

Plaintiffvs. against the estate and Clerk of this Court either with aforesaid Northerly Stark., Florida at 7 p.m. County. Florida for tell Frelghtways for American Intern.,

((2)) any objection by an before service on John boundary 75.0 feet to an on May 20 1985. water utility uses. vs. cash at at public 2600 auction Lloyd Rd. Miami Fl. to satisfy

THE ESTATE OF KATIE B.WIMSERLY. Interested person to H. Montgomery or 1mm.dlat.V..r.aft.r Iron pipe; thence South Copies of these proposed Written objections or freight and storage
Jacksonville lot
FL
et. al., whom notice was mailed ; 0'21'29" East parallel|| | rule changes maybe comments of this application EARNEST N. CAULEY of floral one charges, under the provisions I

Defendatns that challenges the otherwise, a default will with said Westerly boun- obtained at the may be filed SANDRA C. DARLEY designs consiged of Section 4b( ) of

validity of the will the be entered against you dory 100.00 f..tl to the" 'Superintendent's Offices with the GoverningBoard f/k/a SANDRA G. to Dave PodhouserFurn. Uniform Standard Bill of I

Court No. 84.1432-Civ qualifications of the personal for the relief demandedIn Point of beginning at between 8 a.m. of the Suwannee CAULEY LANCIN D. Atlanta, GA and to Lading.

J-16 representative, the Petition. public outcry to the and 4 p.m., Monday River Water Management MERSEY CHARLOTTE L. satisfy freight 5/2 2tchg 5/9

venue, or jurisdiction of DATED at Starke. highest and best bidder through Friday. District Route 3, HERSEY AND THE STATE storage charges, under

NOTICE OF SALE the Court. Florida on this 8 day of for cash at the hour of This Is In compliancewith Box 64. live Oak. FL OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT the provisions of Section NOTICE Is herby given
4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS April 1985.CLERK 1200: o'clock Noon on the Florida Statutes 32060. until 5/20/1983. OF LABOR AND that on Monday May 13,

Notice Is hereby glv.n NOT SO FILED OF COUNTY May 29. 1985 at the front Chapter 120.54 as 5/2 2tchg 5/9 EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 5/2 of Lading.39NOTICE 1983. at 10:00 o'clocka.m.

that pursuant to Final Will BE FOREVER BAR COURT BY: Beulah door entrance of the enacted by the 1974 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Defendants 2tchg ., the Oftcterslgned,

Judgment entered on RED.Publication Moody Deputy Clerk. Bradford County Courthouse Florida legislature.Jim FOR BRADFORD I. hereby Gator FrelghtwaysInc.

April 16, 1985 by the of this 4/11 tchg 52e.eeeseeselee. at Starke, Duncan, Superintendent COUNTY NOTICE OF SALE given that on Monday will sell at public auction

above entitled Court In Notice has begun on Florida. FLORIDA BY CLERK 10:00 for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd.
May 13, 1983 at
the above styled cause, April 25, U85. Dated: April 17, 1985 Bradford County Schools Jacksonville FL, one lot
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Richard L. Cox NOTICE IS HEREBY o'clock a.m., the undersigned
the undersigned United Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Jr. 5/2 2tchg 5/9 PROBATE DIVISIONFile of rear coer damaged
States Marshal! or any of : : EIGHTH JUDICIAL United States Marshal Number 85-37-CP GIVEN pursuant to Final Gator consigned to Flberfab In
M.;; CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN Middle District of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Judgment of Foreclosure Frelghtways, Inc. will t.rI.) FL
his duly authorized Terence Brown, Division ((1.3629)) sell auction for Opa Locka to
FOR BRADFORD COUN at public
AND FOR BRADFORD Florida entered In this case,
deputies will sell the h satisfy freight and
cash 2600 Rd.Jacksonville. .
at Lloyd
P.A.Post COUNTY TY. dated that
April 22 1985
property situate In Bradford Office Drawer 40 IN RE: ESTATE OF HENRY FL, one lot storage charges, under
Storke CIVIL ACTION John E. Lawlor, III FLORIDA I will sell to the highest the of Section
County, Florida FL 32091Telephone L. FREEMAN, deceased of furniture consigned to provisions
described as: : ((904)) CASE No. 83-152 Assistant United and best bidder for cash 4b( ) of Uniform Standard
Bob Duncomb Ft.
States Attorney PROBATE DIVISION In the first floor lobby of BUI of
A portion of the Northeast 964-8272 NOTICE OF Lading.
In Re The of CASE NO. 8S-38-CP Lauderdale, FL, to sat',1yfr.'ght '
Quart.r (NE'lofthe ) : Marriage Attorney for Plaintiff : ANCILLARYADMINISTRATION the Bradford County 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE
CALVIN MARTIN husband ((1.3630)) Courthouse In Stark., and storage
Southwest Personal
QuarterSW1
Representative
and LEOLA MARTIN Florida at 11 the charges, under the provisions
a.m.on
4/25 5/16
( /.) and a portion of : 4tchg Is hereby
wife. IN RE ESTATE OF NAN of Section 4b( ) of
: 15th day of May 1985
the Northwest Quart.r Jacquelyn J. Hill NIE GRAHAM SANDERS The undersigned a* described Uniform Standard Bill of given that on Monday.
(NW'/i) of Southeast 1070 loren Avenue NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO personal representativeof the following Lading. May 13, 1983 at 1000:

Quarter (SE'/i) of Section Adrian; Michigan NOTICE OF SUIT REGISTER deceased the above estate, property as set forth In 5/2 2tchg 59NOTICE o'clock a.m., the undersigned .
NO PROPERTYTO the Final
28, Township 6 South 49221 FICTITIOUS NAME hereby gives notice thatan Judgment to- Gator
NOTICE OF
Range 22 East In the City 'ancillary administration wit: Is hereby Freightways, Inc. will

of Stark., Bradford 4/25 2tehg 5/2 : CALVIN MARTIN. Pursuant to Section ADMINISTRATION.The for the estate of the Lots Six and Eight ((6 that Monday. sell' at public auction for
.
County Florida and being P.O. Box 137, Tlllery. .> *i.09, Florida Statutes, decedent: a) was commenced and 8)) of Block 8, TOWN given on' cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.
13 ,.
administration of May ,, ,1985, gt lQPO;
UNITED STATES DISTRICT North Carolina OF STARKE per plat InDeed -
Jacksonville lot' \
more particularly/ "Vice Is hereby given the estate of NANNIE on April 18. clock a.m., the undersigned ; One'
described as follows: COURTMIDDLE YOU ARE HEREBY thatXhe undersigned GRAHAM 1985; b) Is now pendingas Book "N" at page Gator of Mexican 12" hex tile

Commence at the Intersection DISTRICT OF NOTIFIED that an action David -L. Fenton P.O. SANDERS case number 85-37-CP 759 public records of Inc. will consigned to Country FIs. :
deceased File Number Freightways,
of the FLORIDA for Dissolution of .Marriage Box 109, Hampton) Fl. 83-38-CP ((1.3630)), Is ((1.3629)) in the followingcourt Bradford County sell at public auction for Miami Fl to Satisfy
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION hat been filed pending Florida.
Southerly boundary of 32044.,l.o1.or! (joint) In the Circuit Court : Bradford County of cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. freight and storage '
Dated this 22
and day
Bridges Street (formerly against you you are owners, doing business" for Bradford County Circuit Court Probot.Dlvl.lon. Jacksonville Fl one lot charges, under the provisions &

Seventh Street) and the UNITED STATES OF required to serve a copy under the firm name of Florida Probate Division Stark. Florida April, 1985.GILBER of alum. castings consigned of Section 4b( ) of

Westerly boundary of AMERICA of your written defenses Bradford Marine Service the address of 32091. In the State of S. BROWN to Caribbean Uniform Standard bill of I'
Church Street and Plaintiffvs. If any to It. on the plaintiffs Three miles north -on' Florida. County of Bradford ClerkBY Lading.
run whose_ which Is North Temple BEULAH MOODY Metals Miami FL, to I
:
thence South 17 degrees attorney U.S. 301 North Intends., Avenue, Starke, Florida ; c) the name and satisfy freight and 5/2 2tchg 5/9
and Clerk
JAMES F. NORMAN name, and address is: Deputy
and .45 minutes West to register said fictitioii'name residence address of the
The and charges, under
32091. storage
CYNTHIA K. NORMAN Dudley P. Hardy, P.A., names 5/2 2tchg 5/9 NOTICEI
along said Westerly DefendantsCourt under thafor.sald \ addresses of the personal ancillary personal the provisions of Section4b i
boundary a distance of P.O. Drawer 1030 statute. ; representative or.: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ( ) of Uniform StandardBill .
representativesand I will be
not responsible
388.36 feet to a concret.monument Stark., Florida 32091. Dated this 24 day of the personalrepresentatives' Frances M.Freeman 242 FOR BRADFORD of lading. '

for point of No. 84-1439-Clv- and file the original with April A.D. 1985 In Bradford attorney Audubon Woods Rood. 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE for any debts made
COUNTYFLORIDA by other than
beginning. From point of J-12 the clerk of the above County. forth Clarksville, Tennessee anyone
are set James K. Dug-
beginning thus described styled court on or before l/254tcg5/16 below. 37043; d) and the nature Is hereby myself
NOTICE OF SALE May 13. 1985: otherwisea and valueof PROBATE DIVISIONFILE ger after April 26, 1985.
approximate
run North 72 degrees All Interested personsare given that on Monday. 4/2 2tpd 5/9
PUBLIC SALE OF
and 27 minutes West a judgement may be required to file with the ancillary asset NUMBER 85-33-CP May 13, 1985 at 10:00: I
Notice Is PATROL VEHICLESThe
distance of 108.76 feet to hereby giventhat entered against you for this Court.WITHIN THREE are: Real property o'clock a.m., the undersigned bet '

a concrete monument; pursuant to a Final the relief demanded in MONTHS OF THE FIRST valued at approximately IN RE: ESTATE OF MARYT. Gator I
Judgment entered on the complaint or peti Bradford County deceased legal.
run thence South 17degrees PUBLICATION OF THIS $96,000.00.Executed OVERHOLSER Frelghtways, Inc. will 1
March 26 1985 by the Sheriff's Office will sell
and 43 minutes claimsagainst this 3rd day sell at public auction forcash !
tion.WITNESS NOTICE: 1)) All
above entitled Court In hand and the following described IN THE CIRCUIT
my of April. 1963.
West a distance of 105 2600 Rd.
the and at Lloyd
estate 2))
feet to a concrete monu- the above styled cause, the seal of said Court on vehicles to the highest In- Frances M. Freeman NOTICE OF Jacksonville, FL, one lot COURT OF j
by an
objection
the undersigned United SAprll) S. 1983.Vpllbert bidder on Monday May any BRADFORDCOUNTYCASE J
ment; run thence South Personal Representative. ADMINISTRATIONThe; of bikes C floats consigned "
States Marshal of 6, 1985 at jterested person onBrhom No.84387FLINT :
72 degrees and 27 or any S. Brown As 300: p.m.; ,
to Shoes
this notice Dannys
wasCurved
his duly authorized said Court.B place of sale: Bradford
minutes CHKk of administration of '
distance
East a Miami FL, to
that satisfy I
deputies will sell the Parrlsh, As County Jail. Vehicle maybe challengesvolldity of RIVER MILLS INC., :
MARY T.
of 108.67 feet to a concrete Becky Ke of the will Terence M. Brown Attorney the estate freight and storage
Plontlff
situate in Bradford Clerk inspected to ,
property DeputV prior
for PersonalRepresentative ()VERHOLSER.dec.a.ed.
monument under the
on Jhe qualifications of the charges, provisions vs. I
: Florida sole.
aforesaid County 4114tcha32UNITED File Number 85-33-CP is
Westerly of Section 4b( ) of .
personal representatives. ROY Individually :
described 1982 Ford LTD. 4 door ADKINS.
as: P.O. Drawer 40 (pending in the Circuit
boundary of Church Uniform Standard Bill of '
venue, or and d/b/a
West 100 feet of lotS STATES DISTRICT sedan VIN No. Bradford ADKINS
County
Street run thence North the Stark. Florida 32091 Court for Lading. 'I
of Block 22 of the of ABP3I F3CB 140237. jurisdiction of Court. FEED STORE
City 964-8272 Florida Probate Division
17 ((904) !
degrees, 45 minutes COURTMIDDLE ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE
Lawtey Bradford County DISTRICT OF 1981 Ford LTD 4 door 3/2 2tchq 3/9 the address of r
East said
along Westerly Florida according to FLORIDA sedan VIN No.ASP3IF8BUI..812. NOT SO FILED COURTOF which Is Bradford County NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S
boundary distance of IN THE CIRCUIT Is hereby
a WILL BE FOREVER BAR- SALE
the thereofof JACKSONVILLE :
DIVISION'
or plot :
map Courthouse, Post Office
105 feet to of FLORIDA given that'on Monday.
point
r.cord at Plot Book 2, 4/25 2tchg 5/2 RED.Publication Drawer B, Stark.,
beginning at public out Page 61 of the public UNITED STATES OF of this EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURTIN Florida May 13 1985'at 10:00 NOTICE IS HEREBY

cry to the highest and records of Bradford AMERICA NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Notice has begun on May AND FOR The 32091.names and addresses o'clock a.m., the undersigned GIVEN THAT I I. Dolph E, !
best bidder for REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY Gator
cash at 2, 1985. ,
County Florida ..aldprop.rtv -plantlH of the Reddish Sheriff of Bradford h
the hour of 12:00: o'clock FICTITIOUS NAME Personal Representatives FLORIDA personalrepresentative Frelghtways, Inc. will County Florida f '

Noon on May 29, 1985 at lying and being v. : and the sell at public auction for under and by virtue of a

the front door entranceof within Section 23. CLARENCE. WILLIAMS. Pursuant to Section Elizabeth Andrews CASE NO.85.151-CA personal cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. Writ of Execution

the Bradford County Township 5 South Range JR., 865.09 Florida Statutes, 885 West Madison St. representative's attorney Jacksonville, Fl, one lot heretofore Issued out of I
Courthouse Starke 22 East Bradford County BETTY WILLIAMS his Is hereby IN RE: The Marriage of are set forth of fans
at. notice given Stark., Fl 32091. ceiling consignedto the above-entltled
wife al.Defendants
Florida.at et below.
Florida. that the undersigned Malcolm Sanders BRIAN LEE HAWN husband Key largo Mfg. Co, Court. In the above-

Dated: April 17, 1983 public outcry to the Elton Ward 828 WeldonSt. 241 S. Water St. and CONSTANCE All Interested personsare Hialeah Fl. to satisfy styled cause have levied

Richard L. Cox, Jr. highest and best bidder ., Starke, Fl, (sole) or Stark., Fl 32091 HOECHST HAWN wife rqulred to file with freight and storage the following
for cash at the hour of Court No.. 84-1133-Clv. this court. WITHIN THREE upon property I
United State Marshal (joint) ownerns, doing charges, under the provisions situate, lying and
Middle 12:00: o'clock Noon on J-16 the firm NOTICE OF ACTIONDISSOLUTION MONTHS OF THE FIRST of 4b
under
District pf business Attorney for personalrepresentatives Section ( ) of being In Bradford County
29 1985 the front PUBLICATION OF THIS
May at OF
Florida name of Starke Auto : Uniform Standard Bill of
Florida to-wlt i.
:
door entrance of the NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE: 1)) all claims '
Walnut St. MARRIAGETO
Center 528 S. Terence M. Brown Lading. The Southwest quarter ,
Dorothea BeaneAssistant Bradford County Courthouse Starke, Fl 32091 Intendsto P.O. Drawer 040Stark. against the estate and 2)) 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE of the Southwest
at Stark.,, Notice I* hereby given, any objection by an Interested quarter
United said fictitious BRIAN LEE HAWN
'that register .. FL 32091 : (SW'/4 of SW '/ ) of Sec.
Florida. Dated: April 17, to a person on
States Attorney 1985. Amended pursuant Final Judgment name under the ((904)) 96A-8712 address unknown whom this notice was Is hereby tlon 31. Township 5
Attorney for Plaintiff aforesaid statute. 59NOTICE given that Monday,
on
5/2
2tchg South Range 22 East and
Richard entered 9, served that
L. Cox, Jr. on April ; challengesthe
Dated this 23 day of YOU ARE NOTIFIED May 13, 1983 at 10:00:
as mare particularly
United 1985 by the above entitled OF of the will
States Marshal validity ,
4/23 4tchg 5/16 April A.D. 1985 In Bradford that an action for o'clock a.m.'the undersigned described In the Official
Middle District of Court In the above APPLICATIONOn the qualifications of thepersonal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Florida styled cause, the undersigned County. DISSOLUTION OF MAR- .Gator Records of Bradford
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL United 4/23 4tpd 5/16 RIAGE has been filed representative, fr lghtway.. Inc. will, County at Book 36 Page
States 4/19/1985 of
venue, or jurisdiction
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR against you and you or.roqul..d ell at public auction forca.h 397-398 and Book 163
John E. lawlor. III Marshal or any of his du- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO BAYLESS HWY BAPT CH the court. ,
to serve a at 26QO Lloyd Rd.
BRADFORD copy .
COUNTY' Assistant United ly authorized .deputieswill REGISTER 615 NORTH CHURCH All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Pag.297.O.R. r
of written defense. Jacksonville, Fl one lot
FLORIDA your Book 36
pages
States Attorney sell\ the property'.ltua' FICTITIOUS NAME STARKE Fl NOT SO FILED
STREET If any to It on GERALD of tire and tube-used. 397-398 1/8 Interest of
Attorney for Plaintiff In Bradford Coon-, 32091 mode application WILL BE FOREVER BAR- Southwest
l'.tltI-
PROBATE DIVISION M. HASKINS. consigned to undivided
4/23 4tchg 3/16 ty Florida described as: Pursuant to Section for water use permit Attorney whose address RED.Publication Dade Utilities Miami. property.
A parcel of land In theE' Florida Statutes far on of this O.R. Book 163. page
865.09 2-83-00090
CASE NO. 85-8-CP I* 112 South Main Street.Gainesville FL, to satisfy freight and 297 1/16 Interest of .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT /, of NE'of SE'of. dolly, has undivided -
notice Is hereby given average Notice begun on May
Fl 32601, on charges, .under
(1.3608) OF THE!EIGHTH JUDICIAL storage property.as ,
NEVi of ,
Section 21.1Tawn.hlp6South.Range. that the undersigned withdrawal of O.OOt/ 2 and May 9, 1985.
or before June 3, 1983. the provisions of Section the of theabovenamed
CIRCUIT property
IN RE: The Estate of BRADFORD COUNTY William Bosler Route 4, million gallons per day' and to file the original P.nanaIR.pr..ntatl.... 4b( ) of Uniform Standard defendant
22 East Bradford Coun-i Bon 1018 Stark., Fl, waters Jean Clark
from ground with the Clerk of this Bill of lading.,
and the
FLORENCE E.P. ENNIS.D.c.a..d FLORIDA. ty Florida said parcel (sole) or lolnt( ) owners, located In Section 10. Court either before service Star Route 1, Box 120 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE 28th,day of that May on 1983.

being more particularly'described doing business under the Township 06 South on Petitioners Attorney Hampton Fl 32GUA"arn.v
Tuesday at two o'clock
a* follow: firm name of Boiler's 22 East. Bradford for PersonalRepresentative
Rang. I I.
NOTICE'OF or Immediately hereby said the
INRE: The Petition of Commence at an Iron on day an
Custom Construction and Florida for
County; thereafter otherwise. a that on Monday.
given
premises of the Bradford
ADMINISTRATIONThe JOHN H. MONTGOMERYand located .
pipe at the SE Mlllword, Route 4, Box *. Eugene F. Shaw
use
water utility default will be entered May 13. 1983, at 10:00 County Sheriff Office I
i comer of sold SVt and, 1018 Starke, Fl 923-E North Temple Ave.Starke .
orcommtI
32091 objection .
relief the underIgned
Written for the o'clock a.m., -
administration of against you will offer for sole and
ANNE MONTGOMERY
run North 060W; Eastalong Intend. Fl 32091
to register said on this application ,
GatofFrelghtwoys .
demanded In the petition. ell bidder
the estate of FLORENCE Co-Guardian of to the highest
as the boundary
Easterly fictitious name underlie be flied ((904)) 964-5200
may Inc. will
.for cash In hand the
E.P. ENNIS deceased JERRY JOHNBROWNSTEAO thereof .77.74' feet: aforesaid
statute. '
Governing
with the WITNESS hand andseal call at public auction for
my above described
File No. 85.8-CP (1-3608) to an Intersection with' Dated this 29th day of Suwannee NOTICE I I. hereby" property
Board of the Rd.
I of this Court cash at 2600 Lloyd
on as the of the
Is pending In the Circuit Name property
to Change an Northerly' April. A.D. 1985 In Bradford River Water Manage- April :24, 1983.- given that on Monday Jacksonville, FL, one lot aid defendant to satisfy.

Court for Bradford County of the County. m.nt District, Rout 3. GILBERT S. BROWN a* May 13 1983. at 10:00 of drapery hdwe, coslgn- aid E.welan.DOLPH '

Florida. Probate Division NOTICE OF ACTIONTO dory ef the right of way' 5/2 4tpd 5/23 Box 64, live 'Oak. FL' Clerk of the Court o'clock a.m.,' the under ed to Miami Intl Airport I. REDDISH
the address 0" of Thomas St thence- .
; PUBLIC NOTICE 12060.. until 3/30/1983.. BYi Beulah Moody."Asclerk signed. Gator,: Miami B, la satisfyfreight .SHERIFF OF BRADFORD
,
which 19"35'16"Wa.t'
Is Tho".sIrown.Mad..SOI'
Post Office : jerry South Inc. will
1/2 2tch 519 Frelghtway. and storage)
Drawer B, StarkerFlorlda Kerle Mid easterly' '' Deputy COUNTY. FLORIDA.
along prolongation for,
ell at public auction under the

charges
3/2 prevision
The Bradford 4tcha 3/3 5123P.R
3/33 4tchg
"The County NOTICI OPAPryKATION '
32091. and said
Street Jacksonville
( along cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. of Section 4b) of
names end addresses of Florida 33303 Northerly boundary School Board. Slorke. INTHECmcinTCOURT i Jacksonville, Fl, one lot Uniform Standard Bill of
the personal feet Iron'' Florida will hold a Public OP FLORIDA I
representative ,164.96 to an of toilet teats consigned
and the personalrepresentative' I YOU All' NOTIFIED ,pipe for point of beginn Hearing on, Proposed On 4/13/1983. SAMPSON EIGHTH JUDICIAL to Saint Solid. Htaleoh. 33222ttdbg 5J9

ash, that on action for change .ing. From point of begin- School Changes Board m the Policies following CITY ClOP GOD,I CIRCUIT. Fl. to satisfy freight and:,

of name for Jerry John : .

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c.. -, ,, .'..- : ilJy' lark FrAed'ln' ,I! rSta.LtWriter. .--.-'lion. "The'flsb; won'tbc.3hockedliti;:: y haveifew'ntin> t' ;{o'geTiusecfto( r i id J
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.\ for the commission hope to make a broad study of their out of all the fish you see here." r" r97b
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! restocking program which began in 1974, in an effort to determine how to opened
I keep the fish at a healthy level and how tq keep as many of them as 'fish poured out into the lake, swimming away almost instantly into the i. ,

possible growing larger for the enjoyment of area fishermen. blue-green depths. Ty y
Game Commission Biologist Pete Southall has been a busy man in the As of Spring, 1984,27 lakes in Northeastern Florida have been stocked,

'+ past few months, he and his one-man restocking operation, all neatly self- including six urban fisheries. Biologists working for the Commission like .. tr
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contained in pickup truck, have been visiting local lakes like Lake Sampson Southall have been busy monitoring the program ever since, with sampl- y 4 I / : Y/A
and Lake Rowell in Bradford .County and Lake Santa Fe near ings taken with gill nets each Fall and Winter. The nets are set at dusk /4
Heights. and pulled the following morning when growth/ and weight are checked. ?x/1 ( wrrTTTA

I Keystone. This is a unique program for this area and we have received quite a bit They give biologists a good idea of the growth rates of the new fish and an
of positive feedback from fishermen who watch when we release the indication of their varying feeding habits as well. ,111' "
fish Southall said after he had eased his truck in reverse down the embanimeat "We are in the process of finding out how often we need to stock the fish .
into the waters of Lake Santa Fe. "The results of the restocking in each lake to maintain both a healthy population for the fish, and plentyof
them for the fishermen," Southall said. "We have to adjust the stock .
have been encouraging. We have made an effort to get
very
program
ing rates in a certain way for each different lake we stock. They're all different ... .
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I the public involved irt the program as well. We put waterproof cardboard '
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J that the fish are there and requesting that they tell us the best methods of have to approach each lake with its own set of requirements. That'spart .If. ':',, t .".... ..
\ catching them." of the challenge of this project and also why we are so eager to get h "

l! In the back of the truck a large metal holding tank contained Southall'sj the public involved this. We need the information." ',f, ''. .I ., ti .
around in The fish are a special hybrid a cross between Striped bass and White ,v: ::- 4 I! ,,: 'I'a
j prize possessions thousands of tiny Sunshine Bass milling 'r ..
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swarms too numerous to count. Aggressive feeders, the tiny fish .
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fish Southall stocked into Santa were 5-6 they 1: '; .t
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: continually at the surface of the water, going after real or imagined r" at \. J. ...... .11I
specks of food.Southall were released. ";;,. ., ;. ___ ......(. .:. ",: T,'
j 15 lakes in the area were stocked this Spring with fingerling SunshineBass ... r i
similar to the ,
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was busy making a water process an ...ii; I ;
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and six were sampled during 4'v.. :
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have been released in a report by the commission which shows a healthy 1.
; vironment. '. '., ..,..., : '. '
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where they were bred at the commission's special farms, and replace it The results have shown that the best method may be to restock the fish .,1 J.....,.,..'.'" .,. '' '''t ,' ,. 'F-.M'I' '
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I with the water from Santa Fe," Southall said as he monitored the t,"; ,",'f .' % ..,
opera- at two year intervals in moderatly fertile lakes and also states that the '.."'". 4..'' ,'. .: M
best lake for the Sunshines are lakes with abundant amounts of shad. 1 ;' .f.1;<." k'1:': 2 \ ...J' '
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. Lake Rowell and Lake Sampson have show good growth patterns.
.' J Southall supects that an increasing amount of hydrilla, an imported plant Thousands of 5-6 week old Sunshine Stripers wait to make the plunge into
pest, is responsible for the lower growth rates In these two local lakes. Lake Santa Fe (tat left) as Southall checks his tiny crew.
: Over 20 lakes in the North Florida region have been restocked since the

I "We hope the hydrilla eradication program in these two lakes will help program began in 1974.
! ji j- the situation," Southall said. "We are encouraged with the potential for This special device mounted in the back of the truck (bottom right) lets
the restocking program in these two lakes." Southall look behind him as he drives to check the water level.

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arts similar to karate? A gurgling ", ,
sound made by babies! when they ,I dlnr
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followed by a modern family in the ...."" Boating, the #1 outdoor sport In America! And what
Worthington Springs area of Union the deck of
County 1 better way to enjoy than to entertain from
Rod and Carol Prins own and your own pontoon boat powered by a "Mercury out-
operate Lecanto Tofu Their son, board" motor.
Scott,and UC1IS senior Rick Thompson i'c
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before dawn.Organically-grown e
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just as cheese is made from dairy '
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adding nigari. Nigari, which is
imported from Japan, is a highly OUTBOARDStti
mineralized liquid left from kt
seawater after salt is removed. Mr.
Prins is responsible for the coagulation 4031 NW 6th Street 373-7862
process. lie explains that the The art of Tofu... Store Hours Weekdays 8:00: to 6:00: Saturday 8:00: to 4:00:
way the nigari is poured into the C'aiol Pi'inn hH.kI lilllc known Mibst.incc. callttl'l'ofulllld nude it into a big money business.
soymilk, and the way it is stirred -
determines the consistency and cooler, near lows of finisned pi'inducts -
quality of the tofu. awaiting delivery. RIGHTS RESERVED
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The soybean curds are then ladled about their product. Mrs. Prins p BMBBBBBBl
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points out that the veryversatiletofu
cut into blocks and Beer Wine Mixers
placed in a large can be used in many ways: as a ;
tank of cold water to chill. The main protein source in casseroles, a t,
blocks .are then packaged in cold cheese replacement, meat extender Homeownedand
water. mayonnaise substitute, and a It's Wise to Shop at a

cholesterol reducer in egg dishes.
Wise store.
The Prins are also wholesale She also points out that there is no Homeoperated Price
distributors of a variety of tofu pro- waste involved in making tofu.
ducts. They make tofu no-egg salad, Okara the pulp which left after Check Our Many In-Store Specials
soymilk, marinated tofu, tofuna soymilk has been pressed from the
salad,soyasage,and several flavorsof bean can be used in baked goods to
tofu pudding. All ingredients in add fiber. Whey, the clear liquid left 1 AD GOOD THRU MAY 8.. 19SS
the Prins' products are organically when soymilk is solidified into tofu, _
grown-they contain no chemicals, can be drank as a tea or used as a -

fertilizers, or pesticides.The soup Tofu stock.has been popular in other Kentucky C;; -h Windsor's Canadian j Smirnoff Schenley

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steel vats, table tops, and tanks are popularity in the southeast, Mr. LTR z LTR LTR 750 750 LTR
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the Prins. Even the concrete floor is tofu is its nutritional value. Tofu is
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U.S. 301 North Keystone Heights Starke on U.S. 301 Waldo on U.S. 301

Busy at Work... 964.8080 473-9627 964-7771 468.9461

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LKM Editor
A weekend of rain failed to
dampen the spirits of returning ,
Civilian Conservation Corps to the ,
reunion held the weekend of April
13-14 at Gold Head Branch State I
Park in celebration of Florida state
parks 50th anniversary.
The CCC was a product of
Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration
that was created to solve two of
the Great Depression's worst pro
blems the widespread unemployment
and the deterioration of parks ,
and forests in America.
Although few outsiders visited the
park that weekend because of inclement
weather, some 60 CCC
members showed up and presented
programs when weather permitted!
along with Florida Park Rangers.
One such program was a
demonstration of tools used in the
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construction of park facilities.
Demonstrations were given on the 1IJ \ 1
cross cut saw, the foot adze, a hand
drill, a draw knife and hoe. Conducting
the demonstration and explaining ff'
the tool's use during the con .,.
struction of state parks was Hardee ...
C. Loper, now of Tampa, one of the Demonstrating tools...
CCC recruits back in the 30s that
spent 14 months "out in the woods"at Hardre I.opcr and Jim McDonald demonstrat tools slate parks as Capt. Donald Younker of District 3.
Gold Head. used In the:30s by Civilian Conservation Corps to build Paynes Prairie looks on.
Capt Donald Younker District 3
Biologist stationed at Paynes pavilions at Gold Head. This par
Prairie in Gainesville, told CCC ticular tool was used to round and
members there that Gold Head is smooth out large cypress timbers.
living proof of the CCC's labors and Loper,in remembering his days at
that these structures still standing in Gold Head, said he helped move an
the park have stood the test of time. entire CCC camp, piece by piece,
Capt Younker said it is the aim of from Brooker. He said barracks,
park rangers to maintain and mess hall and other camp buildings HOT SALE
restore buildings built by the CCC were of prefab-construction for
during the depression years in their mobility and fast construction.
natural and original state In order
to accomplish this, one park ranger,
at Gold Head, Robert Wilhelm has See. 1. Free Ear Piercing'' 1
learned to the use the foot adze prof ..CCC .
ciently in order to replace
deteriorated timbers in some of the Page 12 HAIR CUTS
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I Starke Police Involved in Hit-Run Accident .

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charged In a Sunday April 28..t.afternoon the scene of an accident with property Ford driven by Rhoden,southbound license check revealed the vehicle vehicle was$1.500. According to Assistant State At-
hit and run accident on CR-100 damage and improper turn, 1 on SR-100 made a right turn onto belonged to Rhoden. Following Police Chief Jimmy Bowen said he torney Thomas Elwell,the charge Is '
according to the Florida Highway according to Trooper D. F.Pe clll,. C-21B. Rhoden's vehicle turned too Investigation Pescia cited Rhoden planned no action at this time. "Itwas a 2nd degree misdemeanor since''
Patrol. A 1963 Ford driven by Paliiy wide and the left front of the vehicle when he could be located AprU 29. a normal situation could have there was no injuries and damageI
Clemons Newman of Keystone struck the left side of the Newman There was no bodily injury in the happened to anyone,I plan no action I was less than$2,000.His office plans
W. S. Rhoden
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taro cap Heights, was eastbound on C-21B,at whirl Rhoden then left the scene, accident damage to the Newman something new develops, no action against Rhoden.
with the Starke Police Depart- said
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At UCIContraband pearance, by Judge R. A. Greon, Samuel Roes Eichelsdefer of Lake vehicle ran off the roadway and into, .
Jr.to pay $45 each week or spend!60 Geneva was arrested April 29 four a ditch striking a culvert with the : Now Announces
ChargesA days In jail.William miles south of Starke on CR-loo according left side.The Ford left the scene but !
to Trooper D C. Roberts was located shortly after the acci-
man of contraband was charged and with introductionof introduction Anthony Ragland 28, of Eichelsdefer was charged< with DWI dent, according to Trooper L. W. EVENING DENTAL, SERVICES :
at Williston was arrested for driving and DWLS. Bond was set at$550 he Richter., I
controlled substance 18
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Union Correctional Institution. while intoxicated(DWI) and driving was released on his own James R. Briggs 87, or Starke Tuesday frliiirsday '- 6-9 pM' !
Dwight Lamar was arrested while license suspended (DWLS). recognizance.Fred driver of the Ford was charged with .
Lynn according to Trooper D. F. Pescia.: violation of right-a-way said
after and 459W. 964-5152
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currency Bond was set at $500. Ragland was Harley Smith of Richter. '___
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vestigator Larry Cochran.On being to outstanding He was released after a R I
for violation of $210 cash bond
the way to the jail Lynn warrants probationin was posted.
allegedly offered Lt. Cochran$548 if Marion County. Andrew Jackson Knight 29, of
he would release him. He was addi- Brooker arrested
was April 26 for
John Paul Sasse 30, of Orange
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Park was arrested April 26 for DWI
released after accident with
Lynn was a $3,000
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surety bond was posted. and Terwillegar.IID
resisting arrest without violence
C. Reno. Bond was set at$535
wilful-wanton reckless driving according -
Quarterly Report Connie E. Waldron, 29, of Hamp- to Trooper Pescia. Knight's 1
LWCI Vol. Fire Dept. ton was arrested April 26 for DWI blood alcohol content was .12 percent
he released after
John was a $800 Motors
and DWLS, according to Chief
Since January 1 the Lawtey Cor- Hodges. Waldron's blood alcolhol! surety bond was posted.
rectional Institution volunteer fire content was .24 percent. Bond was
Department has responded to 106 set at$1,000 she was released on her Bill Nabors of Waldo was arrested
cads according to Officer Doug own recognizance. April 29 for disorderly conduct according -
York.. to Sgt. David Crum. Bond 964-7200
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Due to the dry weather the majority Jorge Alex Cordon, 22, of was set at$150 he was released on 371-1096 388-FORD 473-FORD
of the calls 62, were to brush Elizabeth, N. J. was arrested April his own recognizance. Starke
fires. These fires were worked in 27 for no valid driver license,according G'ville JAX Keystone
cooperation with the Division of to Trooper D.C.Myers.He was Accident on US-301 209 W. Madison
Forestry.Nine released after at $75 cash bond was North of StarkeA State Road 21
calls were to vehicle accidents posted.
17 calls were structure fires 1983 Dodge, driven by Karen
and seven were Rescue assists. Carl Dale Stanfield, 32, of Lawitey Lavern Dickinson of Lawtey, was
Two calls were false alarms, five was arrested April 28 for violation of southbound on US-301 April 27 whena
were automobile fires and three probation (DWLS), according to Investigator vehicle,a 1975 Ford,westbound on INVENTORY
calls were special details(a propane David Aderholt. He was NE 30 Ave. entered US-301 in the
gas leak and spills). released on a $150 cash bond. ,.path of the Dodge The DickinsonSKYLINE
Tanker I responded to the struc- .-Ae SALE.VACATION
ture fires and the special details REDUCTION
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Recent Arrests

In Bradford CountyThe -

following arrests were madein
Bradford County during the past HOME CENTER INC. 3 In Stock
week by local authorities PHONE 9(54-4414 964-4778 SPECIALA

Leslie DeSue, 46, was arrested Large SelectionOf I\
April 27 on an order of arrest for \
failure to pay child support, accor- RAY GOUIN 2303 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE a"
ding to Investigator David Aderholt. Sales Starka. Fl. 32091

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I A proclamation proclaiming "Private Properly Chairman Bill Dodd Starke Mayor Bobby Biggs,Lake
Week"was signed In a ceremony held at Starke's City Butler Mayor John Shaw and Bradford-Union Board of
Hall Tuesday. Realtors President Harriet Maines. Norman's
Attending the ceremony werefrom! right to left):



. I Cities declare Private Property Week Market .

U.S. 301 South 964-6071

By Mark Jo'rledlin ty Week. Dodd is associated withStarke's Harriet Maines,ol Maines Realtors, "The Country Store For More"
BCT Staff WriterA Terwillegar Realty. Bradford-Union Board of Realtors
joint proclamation issued by the Also attending the ceremony was President.IIIIIIIVVBBVV8RIlloB0000DODOBBOOOJ' Open 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon/ thru. Sat
mayors of Starke and Lake Butler .. I Compare Our Prices& Saved
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Monday proclaimed April 28 to Mayas "GGGGODGDD We Accept USDA Food Stamps
Private Property in the two cities. ntro acingSculptured
The annual event was started by
the National Association of Realtors
and celebrates the rights of NailsAt
SCORE BIG I SAVINGS
property.American citizens to own private An Incredible Price

"We are glad to be able to I .,
recognize an important right for all Grade A I I 1' Boneless
citizens,"commented Starke Mayor 50 % Off WHOLE I I SHOULDER
Lobby Biggs at the signing of the FRYERS i
proclamation at the Starke City Manicures '2.50 (Twin Pack) Limit 2 Pkgs. I ROAST
Hall. "It's something we certainly
5.00
never want to give up They Reg.
(realtors) provide a service that is Pedicures Also Available :

important Lake Butler to all Mayor of us." John Shaw Sculptured by Melanie RobertsAt Lb. I : 1.39Lb.

also signed the joint proclamationand Sandi's Hairworks in Melrose/ --------------- .. ------------.---.-
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said he was happy to be able include Boneless
his city's realtors in the 475.2140 GROUND BEEF i
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celebration.The Don't SHOULDER
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Bradford-Union County Board of For That Lasting Tan... STEAK
Realtors for their efforts in preserv- :
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of Realtors will nominate I .
housing rehabilitation projects and a Call For I .
winner will be chosen and awarded a Appt. ------------ ( ------------. --
plaque for their efforts," said Bill i Boneless
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Tommy Cannon C.Cha.taln Joan Gagnon John Odom,III Patrlela D.Toole t ....... ALASKAN ",! GULF WHITE .1
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I Firefighters gained'experience at an April drill when regulars and volunteers showed up for the practice I Gainesville, Florida ((904))
they had a structure fire to practice on. Most of the drill at a house on Thomas Street early last month.
Continues its SummerPIANO


Starke Fire Dept. 11 ORGAN

Drills With Real FireThe and
rears and the volunteers of ,LOW BACK PAIN'

the Department participated
in a drill last month by set
Street.ting fire to a house on Thomas fuller SUPER SALE *

The owner of the house contactedthe
department wanting the building Chiropractic
burnt so the lot could be cleared,ac- AT T6&Y of Starke
cording .to Fire Chief Dwayne Center

Hardee.The fire was deliberately set in Friday & Saturday, May 3, 4 1O-6 p.m.
one of the rooms which was then Same Day Emergency Appt:' .
entered by a teams made up of =; YAMAHA Planol a Organl HAMMOND.
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regulars and volunteers. The fire Complete FamilyChiropractic 1i1..J -_-.---- "Recognized Walk Leader" .:The Organ We Grew Up With
was extinguished, with the team Care
members using the breathing apparatus I iM -' CHICKERING WURLITZER

lines. and learning to advance the *auto Workers injuries Compensation accepted. and : r r. ,j America's 1st Piano'. Dependability & AffordabilltyI iIy

The house was then fully involved -
and allowed to burn to the ground. I Sizzling Sidewalk Savings!
The drill gave the firefighters TREATMENT OF:
valuable experience, especially the On the 2
new volunteers,'said Hardee. ': Headaches, Low Back Pain, Spot Financing Days Only

Neck & Arm Pain, Numbness & ,
North Carolina Man '
Arrested for Trespass : Tingling CALL( TODAY

A' 20-year-old man from Rob- :
binsville N. C. was charged .in : RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C.
Starke April 26 for trespass,afler '
warning. : 473-7213
.Tommie Darrell Key was arrested :
at the Econo Lodge lounge after he ,
had been told to leave,according to Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights
Patrolman W, C. Reno. Key was Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:03: :
staying an another motel in town.He
Weekends,
was released after a $157.50 cash Evenings 473-7894

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12 May 18 ( PEST CONTROL I' Prices Reduced Throughout the Store

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l Ij Late registration Is being held at
j '' _..._ __.. .. the Starke Center Office hiBnutford
j I Mrs.Geo.W.Mozo Sr. Survivors Include: His wife,Voo- High School 8a.m.to3:30p.m.
: Union Man Arrested In Union i County by local auUtorUbni own recognizance.Sheila Mrs. George W. Mozo, Sr., died cUe C.' Mole, Lake Butler; 2 dally with a special evening
f f Helps Plan Escape during the put two weeks. Friday, April 25, In a Jacksonville ersButler Marilyn Cason, registration schedule Monday evenIng -
dutone
Dianne Stinson was arrested and Rose
convalescent home at the of 103. Mary ,Mayo from 6 to 7 p.m. Classes
: Rickey Wayne Todd wan arrested April 25 for unlawful speed Mrs. Mozo, whose maiden age name Ft. White; 1 sone Richard A. Mole begin on May l 8 and end June 20.
i April 25 lor conspiracy to escape,ac. and DUI, according: to Deputy was Lulu Llddon, was born In the Lake Butler;2 sisters,Maude Davis A special feature of the Spring A
cording to Lt. D. L. Cochran. Guyott. Bond was set at $2I O, she Providence section of Union County. Lake Butler and Ruth Weeks of Term is Religion In America taught
On March 19 Lucas Harmony was was released on her own She was the daughter of Matthew Pahokee; 2 brothers, John A. Mole by Dr. Bernard McFadden. This
placed In the Union County Jail on recognizance.Ed Liddon, and the family lived In Jacksonville, and Graham Mole of course'will present a historic and
1 I' charges of conspiracy to Import coCaine Starke at She Pahokee; granchlldren and 10 contemporary overview of the tradi-
(federal charges). Todd who Jerry Jerome Roberts was arrested Lamar Rainey was arrested member many of the years Main Street ago. Baptist wasa great grandchildren. tional Christian and Jewish religions
\ was In the Jail on a charge of sexual April 17 for trespass after April 25 for DWLS, according to Church in Jacksonville. Funeral services will be held which have existed In American life,
/ battery, was assigned March 22 to warning according to Deputy Trooper B. A. Williams. Bond was Survivors include two sons, Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in the Advent as well as some of the religious
I the two-man cell with Harmony. Guyott.lie was released after a$100 set at $100, he was released on his George and Walter Mozo: and one Christian Church at Lulu with Rev. groups which have developed Inside
; From March 22 until April: 22 Todd cash bond was posted, own recognizance. daughter, Mrs. Margaret Barrs, all Roy Crews and Rev.Bill Delaney of- and outside those major traditions.
conspired with Harmony to assist of Jacksonville. ficiating..Burial will follow in Dekle Although the class is a 3 credit
him In breaking out of the Jail and Richard Stanley Isom was arrested Woodrow Wilson Harper was arrested Graveside services held Cemetery Lake Butler under the course, it Is open to the general
then transport him to another loca- April 21 for driving while April 27 for DWI,according to Tuesday at 11 in were Evergreen direction of Archer Funeral Home of public and may be taken for audit.
tion where Harmony could make' license suspended, according to Deputy Guyott. He was released Cemetery, Jacksonville.a.m. Lake Butler. Persons over 60 may take all SFCC
good his flight to avoid federal prosecution Trooper D. F. Peseta. Isom was after a $250 cash bond was posted. ---- classes tuition-free.
by leaving the United released after a $100 cash bond was Garner A. Mole, Sr. Other classes being offered during
States, according to the arrest posted. Garner A. Mole, Sr., 76, of Lake Still Time the Spring A term in Starke Include
record. Butler, died Tuesday morning'in Principles of Math
April 19 the first part of the plan Lloyd Mitchell Williams was arrested Headline Error... Alachua General Hospital after a For Santa Fe the Family, and American National
was Initiated when Harmony had a April 12 for DWI and DWLS the brief illness. Government. '
contact wire David Todd, Rickey while license suspended or revoked The headline on the report of Born in Lake City, he has lived in RegistrationThere Computer Concepts 1 will be offered -
Todd's father, two money orders in according to Lt.D.L.Cochran.Bondwas Bradford County State Attorney'sOffice Lake Butler community since 1948. during the Summer C Term
the amount of $2,500. so he could set at $500, he was released on in last weeks Telegraph incor- He was a section Forman for the is still time to register for which begins May 8 and ends August
secure a bond his own recognizance.Joe rectly read, cases dismissed. Seaboard until he
surety be released Coastline Railroad classes in Starke for the Spring A 8.For
The received final -
from Jail and carry out the escape cases disposition retired. He was a member of the Advent Terms at Santa Fe Community College. more information call Lila
plan for Harmony. Mack Bennefield, Jr. was arrested they were not all dismissed,according Christian Church at Lulu. ., Yawn at the Starke Center,964.5382.b'A11'llRItG .
April 25 Todd was arrested after April 26 for failure to appearon to Assistant State Attorney ..- --- -- -
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Bond was set at 15.000, Todd was a single lane, according to Deputy Further reading of the article in- .
released on his own recognizance. T. E. Frith. Bennefield was additionally dicated that the cases listed were
Harmony has been moved from charged with violation of disposed of during the months of < JHH6H'lR
the county jail by federal marshals. probation. Total bond was set at February or March. Many defen-
$5,750, he remains in custody. dants pled guilty,a few went to trial .
and since it was a two month'sreport
Union County Wallace Warren Isaac was arrested there were a large number of H CES
Recent ArrestsThe April 28 for DWI by the cases disposed of, said Elwell.
Florida Highway Patrol. Bond was The Telegraph regrets the
following arrests were made set at $250 he was! released on his headline error.

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'. :t. Janet M. FLORI LAND
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Paul Bennett Helen L. Crawford Marie Davenport Snell Born in Letcher KY. She attended ,
Marie Snell of REALTY
Paul Bennett age M, of P,0. Box Helen Louise Crawford 64, of Rt.| Davenport 1761 the Betsy Lane High School in StarlingRealtor
Dr. FL I
formerly
Lakeland
138 FlT died 4, Box 136, Interlachen died Thursday Bayview ,
Lawtey. Tuesday, She later moved to '".7ro0
of Starke died
Friday,April 26, in Bradford
at Putnam Community County-
night
at the Bradford '
County
a
In 1959. She was
Hospital .Hospital Palatka after an extended wartow General Hospital. She was 393 N. Tempi Av..
sudden illness.
following a .
iDn.... nsr. **>*_ member of the Baptist faith. VERY NICE: 3 BR, :2 BA. :2 Ac. Hwy Vernle P. OdomIrokerGftl
He was a life long resident of
Survivors include Her mother
: 125. $49,000.
lived 52 Mrs.-Snell moved to Starke in 1941, I
and
Born in Bushnell
Bradford County,and the son of .
was Eva Whitaker Starke
in Jacksonville before moving later married ana moved to Eddings, ; 5 ACRES: $11,000; 10. ACRES Joy Thornton Associate
the late Richard and Hettle Long yean I
Lakeland in 1944. She Step-father, James P. Eddings, $22,000.
.to Interlachln 8 alo. She was a was a I
Bennett,former pioneer residents of years member of Starke;2 daughters Karen Lorraine 4.87 ACRES:Well, tank, 17x35 I
Harmony septic
,Lawtey. Mr. Bennett was a retired ,member of the. Church of Christ of' Missionary Pollard French Camp Miss., Talmon Small House App.. I oc.In country
Baptist Church. pool fenced/cross-fenced. .
Com Lake Butler; Corner,lot 3 BR I I. In City.
of the E.I.
employee Dupont Melody>Elizabeth Pollard Starke; 1 24000.
Survivors include her husband .
served in the U.S. Coast Survivors include: Her husband : .D..lred Area 3 M 1 BA assume
pany. He son, Robert Edward Pollard '4 ACRES 225 '
Jame B. Crawford, Interlachen; 2 Ben Snell of Lakeland; one : Hwy A. $12.500. Mtg.
Guard. Jackson daughter Elizabeth Snell McKeeLakeland Starke; 5 brothers, MarylandWhitaker "5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. .... with 2.3
Survivors include His wife Lorraine daughters Joinie Usry and .ant ltd 3 M 2 BA. oc.
: Sneliof Daytona, Damon "20 Ac. Cov'd
Interlachen 3 ; one sone, David T : In pines. homes, Condition
Potvin Bennett Lawtey 3 ville,and Julia Smith, : In Country 2 .xc.
; Starke Gene .
Whitaker >
Spike 50 Ac
DewittCrawford Miami: one sister Glennis Davenport $50,000.
and -
Crawford llnanco
sons James owner
daughters, Judy Norman, Melrose Rhonda both of Jacksonville, and Solomon; one son-in-law, Whitaker, Jacksonville GregoryRay >3 BR, 1 BA: Country, 25500. Lawton Bldg much valu. for low
Brenda Beeman Starke, Whitaker Starke 5 sisters,
'LIQUOR STORE
; AND LOUNGE
Johnny McKee 4 sisters-in-law one
Park ;
Troy Crawford of Orange ; 2 ; dollar
Bennett Lawtey 1 stepdaughter grandchild aunt and host of Alma Robinette Tallahassee Doris 'SERVICE STATION $40,000
one a
brothers Howey Mickler Green ; Homestead 31.2 oe. road Irontagoon
of 2 stepsons -
Janet Starling Lawtey; Adams, Starke Wanda Green New
Johnson Keystone Cove Springs,and Getson Mickler of neices and nephews and other two.ld..x..Ig.born,good land.
Jimmy ,
Mexico
relatives. Maryzena Dixon Orange ((904)) 782-3931
Julia Cant of LOOKING FOR LAND ,
Harold Orlando: 2 Jacksonville; 1 sister
Hgta., Johnson Park Gauthier Starke.
Shirley
P.O.
Funeral services will be held Drawer
Ul Ac.Bradford Co. 19B Ac.Union
and Pauline Tampa; 8 grandchildren. )
sisters Hazel Tanner
Services were 4:00 ill ini <; inwtou
held Saturday Saturday May 4, at Harmony Missionary -. Union .
Anderson both of Lawtey; 15 grand- Funeral services were April 29. at the First Baptist Churchin 114 Ac. Co.
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children and 2 great grandchildren. April 27, : p.m. Starke,with Rev.Ben Bryant and :
memorial graveside service and
Funeral Home of
of Archer
Funeral Services were held on Chapel
Saturday April 1:1. at 11:00: a.m; in Lake Butler with Bro. Dan Jarrett burial will be Sunday, May 5, 1985, Rev.Burial Edward Harvey Lake officiating.Cemetery.
was Crosby
11:00 at Odd-Fellow
Burial will follow at : a.m. Cemetery.
Tanner officiating.
the Chapel of the Archie Archie Tanner Funeral Home was in
Funeral Home. Archie Tanner Midway Cemetery near Lake Waiter T. Dickson Sr. charge of arrangements.Words .
Funeral Home was in charge of ar Butler. Archer Funeral Home of Walter Taylor Dickson, Sr., 66,
rangements. Burial was at, Lake Butler was In charge of ar- resident of P.O. Box 1173, Starke,

Evergreen Cemetery. rangements. died Tuesday morning April 30, at cannot adequately expressour
the Veteran Administration Hospitalin deep appreciation for the many REALTOR

Sarah Mae Dicks Gainesville, FL, following an extended kind and sympathetic acts that
Sara Mae Dicks, Age 91, of Route Leonard A. Hall illness. came to use at the time of our recent JANE S. JU5H&I

3, Box 1422 Starke FL,died Friday Leonard "Jack" Albert Hall, age Born and raised in Birmingham bereavement, Your Union Cm.ntya.eM.r "
April 26, at the Whispering Pines 82,of Star Route 1,Box 50,Hampton Ala., the son of the late Robert andHelen Katherine Solomanand 496-2903
Care Center in Starke FL. FL, died on Friday April 26, at Taylor Dickson. He was a Easley familyKNOW 496-2126 or
She was the widow of the late North Florida Regional Hospital.Mr. veteran of World War II and was 140 W.M&Agt..L.k.IUHVR
Joseph Dicks and the daughter of Hall was the son of the late retired from the Soo-Line Railroadand I /
Bud and Sallie Hodges Blackwelder.Born Melancton and Ida Hall. from the Veteran Adminstration
and raised in Union County.She He was retired Assistant Fire in Atlanta as a supervisor of mail.
For A Lotto In But With Few Dollars
resided in Columbia County Chief of San Bruno, Calif. He then lie moved to Starke in 1980. Change Scenery, j
some 28 before moving to moved to Bradford County in 1947 at :Survivors include: His wife Mrs. Down...Buy yourself some of the Countryside. Choose clearedor
Bradford County in 1966. She was a which time he worked and retired Opal King Dickson, Starke; one wooded hay fields or planted pines. We have it ALL FOR j

member of the Miller Baptist from the State of Florida Camp daughter Mrs. Shelton Christopherof SALE...In Lake Butler or Worthington Springs.
Church. Blanding as a Range Keeper. He Atlanta, Ga.one;, son, Walter T and 15%
With 10 Yrs. to at the going interest rate, only
Survivors include: 2 sons, Spence was a member of the Waldo Masonic Dickson Jr., East Point, Ga.; two pay
Dicks of Fernanda Raymond Dicksof Lodge number 10,and also the Ocala step-daughters, Mrs. Jackie Kite, down, you can buy 1 Va: to 3 Ac. parcels or up to 60 Ac. Owner I
Lake City; l daughter Archie Lee Scottish Rite Body. He was of the Starke and Mrs. Sue Ellen Wilder of financed near Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT |

Westfall of Starke; 1 brother Aaron Protestant faith.Survivors Chatanooga, Tenn; one stepson, TO SEE...
Blackwelder of Wachula; 3 sisters, Jerald Smith, Selmer, Tenn; one HOMES WITH ACREAGE
Dora Crawford of Lawtey Florence include: his wife brother, Robert Dickson of Birmingham k
fine, home with pool. Ext. Den with stone fireplace. This attractive -
Ig.
Super
Dixon of Florahome,Ellen Butler of Sylvia H. Hall of Hampton; 2 sons, Ala; two sisters, Mrs. : very
that I
secluded home on 1 Ac. has a low interest rate on FlrstMortgage can
Tampa 11 grandchildren and 13 Gene Hall of Tex. Ernie Dorothy Doss and Nina Casey both
; Malone .
; be assumed by qualified buyer. For appt. call now...Close to tity limits of Lake
great-grandchildren. Hall of Freeland Wash.; one of Birmingham, Ala. 10 grand- Butler.
Services were 4:00: p.m. Saturday daughter, Dorothy LoBue of children. .
Brick Home. In Town. Ac..SPACIOUS. 4 fireplaces, beautifully decorated.
Aprl 27, at Hopeful Baptist Church Turlock, Calif; 3 stepsons Ben and Funeral Services wet conductedat Investment?
with Rev. Williams officiating. John of Gainesville 11:00 Wednesday May 1, at
Ray Jim : a.m.
Campen .3 BR home I block from Main St. Lake Butler. Owner will finance. Priced right.
Burial was in the church cemetery. Campen of Waldo; 1 stepdaughter 'the Chapel of the Archie Tanner Terms negotiable. Owner SELL..
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Funeral Home in Starke with Rev says
,
was Sylvia Campen Scott also of Raiford I
3 BR home on lovely country road lust outside area. Beautifully landscaped -
charge of arrangements. Gainesville;; 23 grandchildren and 29 Gene Bass officiating. Burial will be 1 Ac. Property Is partially fenced, also barn and storage shed Ind. Pricedto
great-grandchildren. Thursday at 2:00: at Elmwood
p.m.
: sell. Ready to move In..Call today.
Kenneth T. Cemetery in Brimmgham, Ala with E-
Quinon Moving to Alachua? Have nice home and 1 Ac. available. Owner moving out
Kenneth Thomas Quinon, age 65, Services were 10:00 a.m.,Monday Archie Tanner Funeral Home in of area. Ready to sell Call for appt. to SEE. Corner lot with beautiful country
of 410 East South Street Starke, FL, April 29, graveside at the Santa Fe charge of arrangements.Allie scenery across the road makes this home a delightful one to sell.
died Friday, 'April 26, after an ex- Cemetery at Hampton Lake. With
tended illness. Masonic services conducted Rev. W. Pollard
Born and raised in Collinsville Fred Yerkes assisted. Archie Tan- Allie Whitaker Pollard, Age 42, of
Conn. He later moved to Bradford ner Funeral Home is in charge of the 331 N. Clark St. Starke, FL, died Fri.
County where he was retired from arrangements. day, April 26, following a brief il- YOUR
the Sun Land Training Center in DEALERIt
Gainesville. Mr. Quinion was a ,, "'" I for Home Entertainment
much
.. is more important
member of the Village Lodge 29 in ...
.". to know your dealer than to ,
you
Mass. He was a member of the Bap -
tist faith. .. know carpet. More than likely, I ConceptsBradford
Survivors include:"'One Sone,Ken- \ ,. you know very little about carpet I

neth Quinion, Jr., who is stationed in tyrfrr since it is a commodity,seldom Square 9646946iJ'J
Zweibrucken Air Base in Germany; purchased. You must depend on ;

one grandchild. t. the dealer's knowledge when buy

Services were 1:00: p.m. Freet I ,, s .h ing carpet. IL'
graveside, Monday, April 29, at San- awe ieaA 1 That's where we shine. Tell us Buy a Panasonic Portable' '
ta F.e
Cemetery at Hampton Lake in t w 1 how and where you want to use

Starke. with Rev.Rev.Bob James Cole Sullivan was officiating Hearing the carpet, and let us recommendthe VHS Recorder & A Panasonic CameraGet

assisting. Archie Tanner Funeral proper carpet.Rely on profes
t sional advice when FREE MOVIES For One Year.
Home was in charge of ar 1 ,a1elY purchasing an
rangements. important product like carpet. ((10 Movies per week for 52 Weeks or 520 Movies)
Tests Come on in today and let us

show you the latest decorator

More..CCCThose styled carpets. We have a large

inventory. Buy A Panasonic or Sharp

attending weekend ac Tuesday May 7
VHS Recorder for $39S
tivities at Gold Head reminisced Teal Tile : .
about days of fire fighting, tree plan' 1-4 p.m. atBradford Get 20 FREE MOVIES '
for tree :
ting collecting pine cones & Carpet
nurseries, road building, and con- Hospital Inc. (To Be Used in 60 Days)
structing parks facilities. 131 N. Cherry St.
During the first 18 months of the
Starke Florida
organization of the CCC, the men The test is conducted by a licensed clinical audiologist.The ,
planted somewhere around 200 964-7423 I
million trees, cleared firebreaksover hearing test will be held in conjunction with

700,000 acres of forest land and Bradford Hospital's May blood pressure clinic. -
built some 40,000 miles of roads.
Men remembered the meager pay
of$30 a month they received, but felt Sponsored by:
fortunate to get that. All but $5 of
this was sent home to their families.In .
addition to support for their OR FITNE'C &:J
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families during hard times, >
members of the CCC received an s
education and learned trades of all Jtlj

kinds. Bradford Hospital, Inc. Professional Hearing Services
Hear: said during his stay at Gold 922 E. Call Street 720 S.W. Second Avenue
he became acquainted with a
Starke FL 32091 FL r
Gainesville 32601
number: the local people in the i
Keystone and Melrose area and was
.planning to look some of these people Bradford Hospital and Professional Heanng Services are membersof
Santa F. Healthcare Systems Inc
up during his visit in the area. j.

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Third Annual 5 K & 1 Mile Fun Run k

ATTENTION Sponsored By Florida National Bank, Bradford Hospital Center For Health & Fitness

And Bradford Hospital'

All proceeds will be used to build a community parcourse and jogging trail. I
Turn Your Ciiiidrens Closets Into Cash!

DATE: Saturday, May 11. 1985 r

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TIME: 8:30a.m.5: K ((3.1 Miles)

9.30; a.m. 1 Mile s
We are now taking consignments ono f
PLACE:' Bradford Hospital Center For Health & Fitness

Infants Childrens Clothes .922 E. Call Street (SR230)), Starke, Florida I I.


COURSE: Paved and dirt roads. Aid stations at 1.5 miles and finish. i
Furniture o Toys And Splits at 1 and 2 mile markers. I


Handmade Items AWARDS: T-Shirts to at I 5 K participants. Trophies for 1st place overall S
male and female and first three places for division winners in :
5 K. Ribbons to all finishers of Fun Run. aadH' t tI
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For More Information; Call 964-8169 DIVISIONS: Ages 14 and under,15 24, 25 29, 30 34. or w PwtI i

35.: 39, 40 44.45 49, 50 + !,

ENTRY FEE: $1.00 for 1 Mile Fun Run. A

$6.00 for 5 K entries postmarked May 6, 1985. t1

Cherry Tree Boutique LATE $7.00 after. X zso

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REGISTRATION: 7 a.m.. 7:45a.m.. on race day< %

:Consignment Shop Registration Form Available at the BH Center for Health too

and Fitness, Florida National Bank, and Starke Recreation

: For more Information call the BH Center at 4
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Madison S'treet
440: EO' -. Starke Plaza 964-4210. t OitoU.Ul*
WALKERS WELCOMEIIPae

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