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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 9, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Extended outlook Friday-Saturday is for widely scattered -- 1\::.
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thunderstorms. SECTION Bi 12 \ i0N
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There is a 40 percent chance.of rain today (Thursday, May 9)),, in BE Mini-otrmpin. .: . Pag. IB ___ Y .. ,
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Jr. Women Wlnn.r. . Pag. 4B .
Mild to hot temperatures should prevail, with lows in the 60s and UGH Nursing Program. .'.Pag. 58 J 1 r,\, t\\'c.. < .
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highs in the 80s. High J j
Wednesday was 93. D.ath. 78 -=, ;
No measurable rainfall has been recorded so far in May. Thirty. N.w. Page \. '
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year average for rainfall January-May is 16.79 inches. So far In LI8R'ARY '
1985 Gun at Standing . .Page lOB PKY ._
only 8.83-inches of rainfall l has been recorded. "'. Drill. . . . .lap. loe0F FLA. HISTORY v _
106th Year STARKE. K._ ..UA 25 Cents Copy
42nd Issue Thursday,May 9. 1985 USPS 062-700

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.14/016 'f/Oin9. i Landfill Problems

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BITS Band Concert... 4 4igt IIRhTTrn Attack in Motion

A Bradford High School band t full

concert is set tonight (Thursday, tt ri

May 9)) at 7:30 p.m. in the BHS .


played.auditorium.musical Contest compositions selections and will other be i f''1' By BC Commission


Admission is $1.50 for adults, $1

for children in school, preschool is A$107,060 garbage compactor will Fees to use the landfill or charges
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free. : be purchased the Bradford Coun- placed on residents for garbage ser-
ty Commission the board voted vice could then be county rules, the
On Grad Night... r Monday May 6, in its battle with a attorney suggested.
I growing refuse dispoal problem.
Grad Night participants: Buses r
will be at BHS .1 'i I Main purpose of the compactor is
Friday
night
May
to make the county's 12-acre landfill Expensive Changes...
10. Be ready to leave at 6
p.m.
last as much as a third longer. And
Students are asked to remember The county has been discussing
1,1 it will allow garbage to be
dress guidelines and conduct codes. u com- alternatives for trash and garbage
pacted more tightly and in accordance disposal and has been trying to get
with the regulations of the $25,000 a year for landfill upkeep

Shrine Parade... state Department of Environmental from the City of Starke a major con-
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Regulatgion.In tributor to the county's landfill.
The annual Shrine Parade and .-----. addition the commission In- Starke commissioners have not yet

chicken dinner is set at 10:30 a.m. .. \ ., structed that an engineer be retained acted on the request except to seek
Saturday May 11. to head an effort to secure information about how much gar-

Route of the parade will start on .. renewal of the permit, which expired bage the city contributes to the land-
S Walnut St., go N on Walnut to ,. '..k .tfi > Jan. 1, to operate the landfill

SR-100, turn E on SR-100 and turnN ,, ''1i,,'. ",'" ,'!: ; .. .. ._ : site near Keystone Heights. fill.Commissioners hope the landfill
on Thompson Street, turn W on ,, .. ,. .' .' J" :''' Plus, the commission agreed with permit can be renewed the compactor -

Call Steet, turn N on Court Street to****? county attorney Reggie Flynn's suggestion will pack garbage to DER
and end. SV + to draft a completely new, specifications, and that other DER
Goal of the local Shriners is to much more comprehensive county requirements such as more
sell 1,600 chicken dinners, at $3.50 law to control disposal its currently monitoring wells can be met.
each, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. under Improvement.. Awards... mixed trash, household garbage The compactor was bought on the

the Terwillegar Ford building on :! Starke businesses keep improving in appearance construction site refuse and metal installment plan over four years,

.. and the Chamber of Commerce gives household appliances such as stoves with the right to buy that the seller,
301.Fitness one an award each month. and refrigerators. And the new ordinance Ring Power Corp of Jacksonville,
Fun Run... Editor's Note: The deal is The Telegraph will will seek to give the county buy the machine back for $40,000.

The annual Bradford Fitness Fun print a picture of the award winner each authority to control use of its land-

Run, including a 5-K and onemilerun month. We're behind, so here are three: fill.The
The Winkler Building, above, which occupiesthe new ordinance will be similarto Ahead.
is set Saturday, May 11. Looking ..
a lengthy refuse
The 5-K run starts in front of the entire block on US-301 between Jeffersonand dinance disposal or- Commissioners think that in five
Bradford Jackson Streets, received the Bradford Improvement recently adopted by
Hospital's Fitness Center, the
Alachua County. years machine will have seen its
the sponsoring organization, at 8:30: Award (BIA) for February. TheChamber's better days, and predict the landfill
a.m. The one-mile fun run starts at \h NBC Susan Reddish presents the awardto be in
not
f .. A Broad Problem... may operation as it is to
9:30: a.m. f Sue (Mrs. Warren) Winkler, owner of the day. Thinking is that DER will
Sponors are The Florida National building, for exterior improvements.The "The garbage ordinance is much outlaw landfills, leaving area coun-
Bank Econo Lodge on, US-301 north, won the broader than one individual, I urge
Bradford
Hospital, Inc., and ties to join together to build an incinerator -
, the Center for Health and Fitness. BIA for April for extrnor, improvements and ,you,to think attorney Flynn told, ,
"' L ,landscaping'-Mcm Rattf.ifNL\ cscnts) the award toMsrPat the commissioners. -h-j .
All proceeds will be used to.build( a- Thinking Ihat.jOarJwigocoUecUanand _,".
"' Slack E'coiKJ: Lodge 'at left. *-*--Theeurrent' garbage law,ruled
f :'par the hospital. Florida Pest Control' expanded its buildingand unconstitutional Jan. 1 by County which will be increasingly -
I Some 120 runners are expected ( painted its building on East Call Street to Judge George Pierce, tracks the commissioners expensive
I, Florida litter law and is not directedas Monday approached -
win the March BIA. Mrs. Reddish presents the
I for the third annual event. the subject of user fees for
\I A par-course is a fitness trail award below, to Frank Sheffield. much at controlling the landfill, customers, franchise fees for com
-..,. .... said Flynn. County sanitarian Dar-
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with a number of stations along the 1 !:t } '. mercial garbage collectors, and how
; rell O'Neal out
fi. pointed however
j\, route where the runner does a r ''{'J.? ; to' .. to bill residents. No such chargesare
I" litter
\ that is a problem in itself.
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r variety of exercises such as sit-ups '", : i- :
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or pull-ups. .. days garbage
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I !' 1""" '>:i'l"' _'fif t. 'f charge filed by the county for dump
tI0 disposal are numbered commissioners -
! QB Club to Meet... "',,:\;, ." .!'" ing garbage outside the landfill gate think.Actually .
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L1 ,'- -' t was based on the litter section of the
:, The Quarterback Club of Bradford J, ... law, and may not have held up in thecollection systemisn't
free but the
now,
t county picks
High will meet at 7:30: p.m. court.
the tab in its current
.1 Tuesday, May 14, in the Field Flynn presented the commissionwith There up is not a budget.for
separate charge
House. a redraft of its currently un-
garbage collection.It .
constitutional garbage law which
cost $200,000 for
Dairy Days Contest... the attorney said attempts to define the county's some system of years dumpsters ago
Pierce.
areas questioned by Judge
around the
and the
The annual Dairy Days cooking However suggested the placed county
Flynn coun-
/it + big truck which the
picks dump-
contest is set Tuesday, May 14, at 7 1wtr ty commission give him time to sters and carries them up to the land-
p.m. in the county Agriculture draft a more comperhensive docu-
r t fill. Plus it costs the
county some
Building on US-301 north, sponsoreby ment, one that addresses the different -
$100,000 to the land-
per year operate
The Cooperative Extension Ser areas. Flynn suggested the fill.
ordinance giving the commission
vice.Recipe finalists will bring their authority to control disposal of
entries to the Ag Building for a' refuse be written in general terms. (See Landfill ..pg.3A)

taste test. Judges are Delores

Morgan, Nancy Denton and Janet


Chaves.While entitled the judges"Dairy are Products busy, a program Limerock Road at Lawtey Makes Dust Bowl Commission Told I I IThe


The Missing Link" will be -
presented to the audience.The hmerock covered dump roadat sioner Carter. "But it takes long Eunice Road," asked Commissioner Was told by Cliff Chapman, dint pleasure to work on and told com
is free. Everyone is Lawtey, NE 60th Ave., is a dust green. When we can see our way to Wilbur Waters an old Lawtey boy. tor of emergency services that the missioners the cooperation of county
invited.program bowl very unpleasant to live around clear... You are more than a priority Commissioners also told White Federal Emergency Management employees of his auditing firm is ex
and should be paved, Curtis White ," Carter told White, ".,..becausewe and Jackson the county needs 60 feet Administration is closing area civil emplary. .
and Tim Jackson told County Commissioners know there is a problem." of right of way to pave the road and defense offices such as the one on
Ants in Your Plants? Monday morning, May 6. Commissioners explained the asked that residents get committ- Edwards Road. It may be possiblefor Approved four zoning
Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. told county is now paving Ellington Road ments to have the land donated. the county to gain control that reclassifications recommended by
Hurry to the Fire Ant Sale
the two Lawtey residents the commission east of Starke. Next road to be paved The 4-cents gas tax is the reason building for an emergency services the zoning board. Commissioner
Wednesday, May 15, at the county realizes there is a problemand will be Eunice Road, north of the county can pave roads such as center Chapman said. Lawrence Mosley opposed the
Agriculture Building on US-301 realize the county garbage com Lawtey, because that dirt road is Laura Church Road, Ellington reclassification request by RobertB.
North.
pactor site being on the road about the worst in the county and Road, and Eunice Road, Commis- Received an unqualified audit Hawkins for a convenience store
Sale hours are from 8 to
a.m. worsens the problem. causes the most maintenance pro- sioner Waters told White and report the highest rating possible in the triangle of SR-lOO and CR-18
4:30: p.m. in the auditorium. White asked, "How long does it blems."Didn't. Jackson.In from the firm of Davis Monk & near the Camp Montgomery cutoff
Prices are $4 for one pound bags, take? Ten ?" _
years
we talk about doing that Farnsworth. CPA Pat Farnsworthsaid
lower for 25 pounds or more. "No. Not that long," said Commis road at the same time we pave sion:other May 6 action the commis- the county's books were a (See Limerock..p.2A)


Report Card Scam...

I It seems copy machines have '
been busy when BHS report cards ;
with students making copiesto Forgotten.
go out
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change their grades.To .kr.- '

stop the report card scam,
BHS report cards for the fifth six-
weeks sent home Monday have

seal been, which embossed imprints with the the school seal so it SE Parent-Teacher Group Wants Fair Share of Dollars from School BoardA

an be felt.
Administrators at BHS have been stepchild. Left out. Slighted. Forgotten. district responsibility. Supt. Duncan pointedout Present, In addition to Supt. Duncan were SE has nine computers..in a room'where-
aware for some time that some That's the way some 31 teachers parentsand it would be an expensive undertaking for a school board members Redney Hall, Judy the roof leaked and ruined four, McLeod
.students have been changing staff members feel Starke Elementary is parent-teacher group. The last portable cost Becker, newly appointed board member Len pointed out.McLeod .
grades on report cards and presen- treated by the Bradford School Board. Like $13,000. Schlofman and School Board Chairwoman said he was forced to make a decision

ting the altered copies to parents, its sister school Southside Elementary, SE's "Most of us are not well versed in dollars." Patricia Spengler who ran the meeting. to group exceptional students into one
says Principal Tom Casey. most pressing need is for more space- mat- said Chuck Walker cutting short an explanation room to make a classroom for overcrowdedfirst
Parents need to look at report ter of asking for two or three portable of school funding by Supt. Duncan, and Playground Needs... graders. That's a decision a. principal )

cards to see if they are embossed, classrooms when only one is promised. Correct the fact that dollars are short in the Bradford The board was treated to a slide show on the should not have to make, McLeod said.

If not, most likely the card has unsanitary conditions add more. district. problems on the SE playground such as exposed Chapter I instructor Vickie Powell said two
been altered Casey says. For ques- bathrooms for the oldest elementary school "We're talking about basic needs," said a concrete foundations to equipment or three portables are needed to make a real

tions, phone BUS, 9646092. plant in the district rottening walkway ceilings frustrated Chuck Walker, telling the school caused by use. dent in the space problems.
which support classroom alrcondi- board officials present that inmates in the Charles Walker said his child's face was -
tioners carpet in the classrooms paint needs, state better treatment than NO Lies...
Upcoming... prison system get broken in three places on the playground.
playground equipment repair needs and Starke Elementary. "Everything you've said is true... there are
The Brooker City Council meets other general "fix It" needs were all expressed Kindergarten teacher Joe Watson said"We Maintenance problems the board-pointed no lies in it. We 11 try to do some of the things,

Tuesday, May 14, at 7:30 p.m. in ci- at SE last Thursday night, May 2. all realize the name of the game is money, out are on a emergency basis with only one but."said Supt. Duncan, summing up.
ty hall. Supt. Jim Duncan said everything the and that Bradford County doesn't have muchof carpenter. The board said at SE as it has in Perhaps the board didn't prioritize as it

The Hampton City Council teachers and parents were saying is true, that it." But SE Is slighted in what is available, every school, that it hopes to be able to In- should have, said Rodney Hall, saying the
meets Tuesday, May 14, at 7 p.m. projects at SE on the prority list have not Watson charged. crease the maintenance crew. school board is at fault in that area.
i in hall. been done, and the needs cited are legitimate. Supt. Duncan said after the three hour session -'' The people at SE work hard the parents
-The Bradford School Board Duncan stopped short, however, of promising that SE does have things on its prioritylist Space Restri tl ns... and teachers, said Principal McLeod.
meets Monday May 20, at 7 p.m. in what will be done. Perhaps the school board that are three years old. This has also Principal Wayne McLeod said SE has 29 exceptional The school board and he will be fair 'In

the administration building on has not properly'prioritized, said veteran been a complaint in other district schools the students in four categories, a establishing priorities for the coming budget
US-301 north across from Bradford board member Rodney Hall. board has visited to date in its rounds to find visiting exceptional child teacher with no 'year, promised Supt. Duncan.
High School. The PTA could pay for an additional portable out the needs in each center. space no space for the part-time speech in-, It's Impossible to tell, at this point exactly
Next meeting of the City Com said SE PTA President John Walker. The school officials retained their poise in structor, or the gifted program. Music is what will be done here because the board.
mission of Starke is set Tuesday, Supt. Duncan and the school board members the face of the onslaught from the largest con- taught on the cafetorium stage, which members don't know thf.._.iU -_ "

May 21, at 7:30: p.m. in city hall. discouraged that, however; terming it a tingent they've had at any school meeting. McLeod termed one of the nortor -"" .-



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Next meeting at a school center are welcome.Upcoming -
will be tonight (Thursday, May 9)) dates nd
meeting
t"j .. at 7 p.m at Bradford Middle Schoolas
times =
the Bradford School Board con- !It.Bradford
tinues its annual school site
r. School
High : Monday,
meetings in an effort to get input .
.. ;" from all county schools before the May 13, 7 p.m.VoTech
,
budgeting begins
process Center: Tuesday, May I 1

p y ( \ The board seeks, in an informal 14, 7pm. _
v setting, to know what each school
..I needs so the needs can be con- A conflict with Supt. Jim 'I
; ). sidered in making up a new budget. Duncan's schedule caused the
Board Chairman Patricia Spengler meeting with district office I
\' n says the views of parents, teachersand employees to be postponed, with a 1;
(Iii.f l'I
date yet unset.
d administrators, and anybody
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Straight-A students at Bradford Middle School for the fourth six-weeks Second row: Link Bishop Marcia Brown Scott Duncan Wt'lIIly'onng, Ham Lb. _
grading period are (1-r I ): Kimberly Brewer, Audra Branlley, Selena Norman, Tonya Klein.
First row: Tammy Jo Tatum Brian Kendrick Ron Zurfluh, Ashley Al- Kent Fill.vaw. Vince Robinson, Sarah Douglas, Aimee Ferguson, Beth Picnics Boneless
day Brian Canova, Danika Richardson, Wanda Mueller, Linda Chang, McKinney, Allison Farnsworth, Yxonne Bobo, (llollj' Shit'hlslicki:
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2 Loaves 100
Bradford Middle and Mrs. L.M. (Buddy) Norman of A-B Honor Roll: Schmitt, Misty Telken, Greg Chuck Steak
SR-225 in the Thomas, Steven Thornton, Tawanda
Lawtey area. -
School students, or three percent of
the 870-member student body, earned Holly Shields, daughter of Mr. and The 108 BMS students who earned Tyson, Lance Wiggins, Lyn Wart- All Meat
straight-A's for the 4th six-weeks Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Starke. places on the A-B honor roll are, by sbaugh. Stew 1.89u>. 1.89 Lb.
grade
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grading period which ended March Tammy Jo Tatum, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatum of Sixth Grade: Nicole Adams,
4.Another 108 BMS students, or 12.4 Lawtey. Eighth Grade: Tangalia Bass, Regina Bass, Brandi Barrett Come in and Check Out
percent of the student body, earned Denise Waddell, daughter of Mr. Patricia Bath, Lilly Burgess, Shanae Blom. Eric Brown, Les
Wendell Collins, James Cox, Ed Brown Our In-Season Produce
all A's and B's for a place on the A-B and Mrs. AI Waddell of Starke. Karen Coleman, Kim Cum-
Tina of Douglas, Kim Dukes, Julie ming, Aprin Dicandio Melissa *
honor roll. Fifteen eighth graders, Willingham, daughter New Potatoes SquashCabbageFresh
eight 7th graders, and three 6th Mrs. Mary Willingham of Brooker Ferguson, Mitch Gray,Stanley Grif- Frampton, Andy Goodowns, Brad *
fis, Alisha Gruen, Idella Hall, J.J. Hamilton Collards Fresh Green Onions
graders earned straight-A Forty- Wendy Young, daughter of Frank Kristy Harrison, Holly
Hall, Christi! Harrell, Kirby Joe
two eighth graders, 35 seventh Young of Starke. Hersey, Shannon Hicks, LaTara
and Hildebran, Eric Hodge, Karen Jackson, Chris Johnson, Michael
sixth
graders, 31
A-B students. graders were Seventh Grade: Hodges,Renee Hewett,Unissa King, Johnson, Tommy Kinchen, Mike BUTCHER
Tonya Klein, Kim Lee, Richard McElroy, Sharea Deborah SHOP
Myers
The straight-A students,by grade, .ink Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeNeave, James Long, Jared Met- Nichols, Rebecca Nugent, Kim ,
are: (Bish) Bishop of Kingsley calf, Lisa Mitchell,Peggy Petteway, Ross, Andy Smith Danielle Smith, Edwards Road

.. rah Tangela Pittman, Jimmy Quiette, Lori Starling, Carla Stephens, Raymond 964-5906
Douglas, daughter of Mr.
Eighth Grade: '...id Mrs. E.M. Douglas of Brooker. Christy Michelle Redding Robinson, Jeremy, Sandy Ritchey Rowan,, Jill Williams.Trimble, Tushina Vanzant, .... ........ I

Mick Becker,daughter of Mr.and Scott Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elizabth Rowell,Suzanne Sapp, Car- -. -
Mrs. Les Becker of Lawtey. Jim Duncan of Starke. rie Shaw, Barbara Smith, Sarah ,
Shawna Blom, daughter of Mr. Aimee Ferguson, daughter of Mr. Smith, Noy Snbibul Sheila Stewart, ; : ; '. '. ,/ ; ; '.. !
and Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Starke. Jill Strickland, Sheila Tew "
sPRiHl tiflfliiSPECIALS
Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr.and Allison Farnsworth, daughter of Christine Thomas. "TiRlj:
Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. (Pat) Farn- .
Audra Brantley, daughter of Mr. sworth of Starke. Seventh Grade : Melissa : '.... \ ."
and Mrs. Gerald Brantley of Starke. Beth McKinney, daughter of Mr. Backus, Jamie Bowen Debbie ', -, :" ". ;!J'. "\'' ')"'
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Kim Brewer, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Dewey McKinney of Browning, Jennifer Dodge, Gayle ":: SERVICE"-. ,
Mrs. Otis Brewer Starke. j 11'
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Douglas, David Dunlap, Jennifer .
Marci Brown,daughter of Mr.and Vincon Robinson, son of Mr. and Forsyth, Donnie Francis, Stephanie v t.{;l" 1.', "::,;"':: :: ': '::'" 4

Mrs. D.A. Brown of Lake Butler. Mrs. Joe Robinson of Brooker. Gainey, Theresa Guthrie, .Ktm ., ., ..., ,
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Linda Chang, daughter of Mr. and Ron Zurfluh son of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton, Bo Hersey,Jason HerSeY'' ------' 1."...---0' j.. .. '..d.rnrvw 1y ,
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Mrs. Charlie Ghana of tarita.'. .* '? J.' Mellssr Hislop,' Eva'Hodge, Stacy M 4*! FRONT-END l7 .;
Kem Fillyaw, daughter of E.Z. Jones, Dwite Knowles, Kevin Krack, I f' 'Pit CMAMSI, feI ; ,
Lee of Starke. Sixth Grade: Valerie Krack, Len Looney, Lori '(NARK' P .r I ALIGNMENT I I 'uiBf a. FIlm:,) }
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Brian Kendrick, son of Mr. and Ashley Alday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mann, Randy Milton, Adrian : 'I J V 6ddn n, oW wnr.,-W M,f I w rw.4a1s1 ini,.'Y.IAw" i
Mrs. Jim Kendrick of Graham. Dwayne Alday of Starke. Mosley, Daniel Moss, Wayne ;,. aNeetAfi curia tsoMi .1 I =::-._d y.WkNn MnrYr ,p J. J I ::::':::;N N./1.IdMr 11 Inn I,:F
Tonya Klein, daughter of Mr. ar.d Brian Canova,son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick, Tammie Paterson. Carl lr fwt w-A ...p.vn. r,'' ., tMWtw, 'aalrti/ :
Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke. David Canova of Kingsley Lake. Richie, Mike Ripplinger, Shana 1.. ....._..... i. .' :'":)1/"''!I
Wanda Mueller, daughter of Mr. Danika Richardson, daughter of ., .I t. !
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Selena Norman, daughter of Mr. Starke. .1
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422 N, St. Clair 964-5445 ',." ..' ;:
Limerock- Walter F.\Montz, Pastor r- : i r-------- I
We invite you to worship with us. I SHOCK i r "" "
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(from page 1A) has just been repaved by DOT, ATTENDED NURSERY I I J .IIRt,! "ij 1
toward Crystal Lake.Commissioner which must put roads in top condi- Sunday School . . . 10 I.m. ,I ABSORBERS .t i j I ,1 REAR DVN1 (r..;. t i I

Mosley wondered if any plans were tion before turning them back for Morning Worship . . 11 I.m. J 4 HEAVY DUTY 'r I........ _. '.. .............. '
being made for a convenience store local maintenance. Evening Service . . 6 p.m. 4 >fa : r na I II SHOCKS INSTAL. ,f '- ,. ',.........--..... _.,...
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now, or if the request could be con- Wednesday Youlh . . 7:30 p.m., IIN/OA.11 rusoa.u afld nee! I MOST AMERICAN CADS) ,, t.1'- eo..,..Ives- s rw.iIIoOt..vuirlna.a "! '
sidered speculative zoning. can 1 I (1-"q'iid. ,t", h
Approved a change from Took no action on as $900 bill, Haas' to uss %
open .1. r y
rural to light industry one one acre from former county attorney Dudley rfellfe 1111f1 p If'N.ff N.Sf $8u'. : ''t l t $_4'9'!!1 '
owned by John Shadd 14 miles Hardy for work done in 1982-3 for the HSf/Sblf q.13 I. I :\
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public defender's office. nlusels a.fe Reg. 79.80 ftg.'t 7SMN5Jl '. '
north of Starke on the east side of CommunityBible I ,
US-301. James Todd wants to buy 1. -EXPIRES Sm/85.. __1 I L. ,EXMNF$511SI16 1
that property to be used for a Adopted a resolution of appreciation Church "! ,

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machine shop.Approved for the work of volunteers in the Baptist Fundamental
the reqeust of Kenneth Guardian Ad Litem Program who REV. D.M. WESTON
Elixson to expand his 964-5522 MARION TIRE &
woodchipping become part of a court program to BATTERY
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the best interests of
represent an
5-acre site was rezoned from Sunday Service. .9:45: 11 a.m. ;
rural to industrial. open assigned represents child.the child The before volunteer the Sunday Evening. . ? 7.00pm.: STARKE 964-TIRE'

.Approved the request of ClarenceL. court, social service agencies and t ,', 709:Walnut Street (Next to tcfWend/s; feft
Cooper to locate a mobile home on the community. He/she also protects Temporary Meeting Place: V ,; ,
a three-acre tract a mile west of the Pratt
St.
the child during a family crisis, Recreation Bldg.
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Edwards Road. child's progress after the court
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Was notified by the state Depart- volunteers are Patrick and Patricia The MONDAY &
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back to the county 3.4 miles'of SR-21 Betty Young, Laura Conti, and Bar TUESDAY ALL
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Land Donated For Sampson Ramps
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M A 11j Land at the two public boat launching places at Sampson Lake was
given to the County in separate donations announced Monday,May 8, '
at the County Commission meeting.! .

Container Corporation of America will deed the county 1.8 acres at
one-yearRlease area s .Container first suggested a
: the county demurred Container then suggested a
j M'r > 25-year lease but in the corporate process it was decided to give the
: i xl land to the county Cissy! said. ._

J.D. Odom Jr. of Starke donated to the county 2.5 acres on oppositeside
: of Sampson Lake at Sampson Trestle Canal where the county has
recently built a new boat on donated to the
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r Brooker Elementary... "Thank you. We appreciate it," said Commission Chairman Maxie
Carter Jr.
Brooker Elementary School will present a dinner-theatre with the In addition to the school children from grades K-6, the entire faculty The Odom property is across the railroad tracks from the Sampson
students providing an evening of entertainment with "Brooker and staff of Brooker Ele. will be participating in "Brooker Presents Trestle Canal boat ramp but will provide needed parking and land for
Presents Broadway" next Friday and Saturday nights, May 17-18, at Broadway." Former administrators, teachers, and school board future expansion into a picnic facility.
6:30 p.m. members will be joining the students forsome of the special songs. The county's account with the Department of Natural Resources,
Music from many popular Broadway plays will be featured. Favorite "We decided to take advantage of our new cafeteria facility with a which comes from fishing and license revenue, now totals$20,529,an-
songs from "Annie,'' "The Sound of Music," "The King and I," and stage to provide an opportunity for our students to have a chance to nounced Clerk Gib Brown.
"Annie Get Your Gun" will be presented by a variety of groups and perform some of the music they've learned," says Principal Bill Next major boat ramp work planned with that money is at Cypress
.soloists. McRae. "In addition to just singing, the students have learned staging Run where the commission has discussed building a boat launching
This is the first time any school In Bradford County has had a dinner and performing skills. This will certainly be a highlight of our school basin. The canal at Cypress Run has filled with sand and sandbars out
theatre. The Brooker Elementary PTA decided to undertake this project year that these students will never forget." in the lake make it difficult to get boats across. Zoning Director L.M.
as one of the many fund raising activities this busy group has been For reservations, phone Brooker Elementary, 4851812. Seating is Gaines is the county's planner for the boat ramp.
Involved with this school year.,. limited) Cypress Run has been a boat launching and camping area for years.
The county once put in a concrete slab launching ramp but it is now
covered with sand. Container once built a picnic area with concrete
tables at Cypress Run, but it was destroyed by vandals. Four-wheel
Landfill drive trucks pulled up some of the concrete tables, anchored in the
ground. Motor cycle groups camped in the area.
(from. page..IA) No leachate or surface runoff collection monitoring wells have not been In- receive a six-inch initial cover at the Since the area was vandalized the county commission has been
and treatment system: stalled.Monitoring well data has not end of each working day. reluctant to improve the Cypress Run area.. _
Violations Revealed... : ,
There should be a perimeter ditch been submitted for more than a "
In an April 10 letter Whitney C. encircling the landfill to collect any year. (There are two wells at the 'M! 'MoMt; <;WoMt2IR; ; 'M! tMMM.M.M2R. MMMM.MMMMMMMM.M_
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numerous violations of Chapter 17-7, performed as required. All gar ..
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,I:; Opinion and Commentary. : Call St. Buildings Tell Story of Their Own I

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County Faces Crisis research of buildings in the old commer- .-'
cial Call Street district nearing completion
interesting facts about the structureof
! In the buildings and happenings in and '
Landfill Operations : -
around them are beginning! to surface. I.
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For instance, Starke once bad a three- II
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Story brick"skyscraper" owned by Jerry
I Bradford County, like many other in the frustrating position of not Having M. Johns on the north side of Call Street at

\1'\ areas of Florida and other fast-growing even the protection of a garbage control the railroad crossing. was built in 1884

I I states, is threatened with drowning in ordinance. Since Bradford's ordinancewas with imported brick at a cost of$4,000. The

its own garbage. declared unconstitutional in county, first Door was occupied by the Jones fc
Bessent dry goods and general merchan-
.J The current practice of burying solid court a month or so ago, control of its dise store; the other two floors were usedas

> J, waste in a so-called "sanitary" landfill one landfill operation has been in limbo, meeting halls for the Masonic and IOOF flit .I

l is headed for oblivion if the Florida with no ordinance to enforce. Profes- (Odd Fellows) lodges, and a short-lived LC .
f"\i
sional and individual garbage collectors newspaper called The Index. The building -
,1 Department of Environmental Regulation this burned in 1889 in an incendiary fire that
of
have taken advantage situationand
". ,I enforces its landfill rules as are dumping unlimited amounts of swept two blocks along East Call Street. 9tffl fir Use on Call Street

I.I I. presently written. garbage, some from outside the county Farther west, A.the corner of Call and This KKt-year-nld{ building is Mill doing business at the old stand, the nor-

I, This sobering message was brought in the Bradford landfill site. Thompson known as the Streets Rosenberg still stands Building.what This is theast corner of Call and Walnut Streets, present location of Richard's
i before a meeting of officials from Brad- Shoes. Built in 197B. it was the first building rented for use as a courthouse -
two-story brick structure was built in the
and several other counties of The lower court's decision is to be appealed after the election of 1975 when the county seat was moved from
ford, Clay, late 1800s by N.J. Jones, an early Starke
circuit but since Lake Butler to Starke.
this area at the courthouse in Green to court, illegal merchant. After the turn of the century it
last week. garbage dumping is a misdemeanorwith became Hull's Store, operated for many later owned
Cove Springs block was destroyed, and another fire in drug store was and operatedby
low priority in circuit court, it years by N.B.Hull a Republican appointeefor the early part of the century when a large Charlie Cason, a somewhat eccentric
The stark fact is that acreage could be months before an appeal is postmaster. The building later houseda two-story frame building, used as a hotel, figure who is said to have amused himselfby
available for landfill use is fast runningout heard. Consequently, the County Com- secondhand furniture store and pawn burned and damaged the newspaper tying a roll of bills to a string and dragg

in Bradford and surrounding coun- mission has asked its attorney to draft a shop operated by Sam the Rosenberg. During building and press so that the paper had to ing it to the bank followed by his playfulcat.
Camp Blanding days upstairs was converted -
ties. And if ample for this be printed in an out-of-town plant for .
even property new ordinance with "all deliberate into rooms for rent to some of the several weeks.
purpose were available, the expense of speed," hopefully within a couple of hundreds of newcomers who came to Proceeding east, the old Florida Bank

; with all applicable DER weeks or sooner if possible.A Starke during that period. The downstairs building was the Bradford County bank
.
{ regulations would be prohibitive. walls are still decorated with military insignia when built in 1914 and was the finest
new ordinance, however, will require of infantry units stationed at the FascinatingFacts building in Starke at the time, with stately
Bradford County's landfill permit expired careful research since it must cor- camp during World War II. columns in front and ornate grill work and

January 1 and letters received rect deficiencies in the old ordinance On the opposite corner of Call and leaded glass in the lobby.In .

from DER on February 19 and again on which was based on Florida's antilitterlaw Thompson Streets is the now vacant Fascinating facts about the historyand the middle of this bloc was Abe Bes-
April revealed that at least five viola- and did not deal with the building that was once a livery stable. architectural features of older sent's Billiard Parlor,a setting for colorful
proper After remodelling it became the site ofStump's events too numerous to mention.
,
tions exist at the Bradford landfill and disposal of sludge at landfills, and other Store in 1911, which remained buildings in the Call Street district will
have not been corrected. The countywas important matters. there until moving to Bradford Square. be discussed and Usually shown at a Two barber shops, or "shaving parlors"as
coming meeting of merchants and property they were sometimes called were also
notified to respond to DER charges
The of this the
Sooner or later the issue of separationof upper story building was owners in the proposed historic in this block, one on the site of the present
within ten days after receipt of the last first Starke armory. It was here that the still
district. City Barber Shop, which displays a
waste matter by types must also be Bradford Guards drilled before
{ letter (which time has already expired) volunteering The Call Street study was funded by a fancy shoe shine stand, well over a hundred
f "or corrective action will become faced, with landfill personnel or in- for service in the SpanishAmericanWar matching grant awarded through the years old.
in 1898. The
also used for
dividual residents being required to armory was
f necessary." Whether or not refusal tot dances and other entertainment.In Florida Preservation Board and was On the east corner of this block stood'
renew the landfill permit was part of the separate garbage by types in order to conducted by Paul Weaver of historicProperties J.M. Mitchell's drug store, a popular
the middle!of .
block
the St.
make now occupiedby Inc. Augustine.The
the disposal less
I process expen- gathering place for sipping sodas and ex-
"corrective action" not stated.
j, was Mitchell's Store will be held 7
Drug stood UJD. meeting at p.m.
sive for the county. At present DER changing gossip in the days when Saturday
Miner's jewelry store,and also the office Thursday May %3. in the Woman's
post
t One of the more serious of the charges does not object if the county burie night saw stores staying open till 9 or 10
before it moved to its present location. Club, and will provide a great oppor
.I was that garbage is being disposed of in limbs and leaves along with garbagebut Several prominent lawyers, including UK- tunity for merchants and propertyownf'rs o'clock,and visiting there with friends wasa
of the week.
groundwater at the site, since the pit is the cost of burying trash, such as late A.Z. Adkins, who later became a cir- to learn more about the history highlight

below the water table and groundwater leaves, which could be burned is not cuit judge, bad offices upstairs.On and important features of the buildings On the opposite corner, now occupied by ,
,
included in the Call Street district. M.G. McMillan was the site of
1 ; seeps through garbage. In order to correct cost effective. As a cost-saving the west corner of this block, the the first Bradford surveyor County Bank building,

t this DER said the county must install measure, the county and city should building now occupied by Richard's shoe constructed in 1888. It later became an

I a plastic liner in the pit or place a also consider requiring leaves to be store when,the was rented for use as a courthouse abstract office and insurance agency.
seat first moved
to
county was
i i layer of heavy clay in the bottom of a sacked by the property owner, rather Starke after the election of 1875. It was Crossing to the south side of Call Street, The post office was once located in this

i disposable trench to prevent leaching than being raked into the street for city erected by Thomas Hemingway and usedas the old Starke Hotel stood across from The block, and next to the railroad was the

t into the ground water. Either of these crews to shovel up in a time-consuming a dry goods and grocery store. He also Telegraph and was famous for"Miss Sally Richard & Pace store, believed to be
corrective measures would be and task. advertised "fine liquor of all kinds" with Alvarez s" home cooked dinners for 25 Starke's first large general store. Capt.
the feels.prohibitively expensive "a first class sample room" in the rear. cents. It stood in the space now used by J.C. Richard, one of the partners, was a
expensive, county Gator Freightways for a parking lot. colorful figure and organized a of
DER means business in company
apparently In the middle of the next block to the
Action on one DER complaint was the landfill matter since it recently clos- west stood J.D. Crabb's Red Light saloonin The upstairs of the adjoining building, militia in the Civil War. He was also a

; taken at Monday's Commission meeting ed four out of five in Clay County, leaving a brick building which was the scene of now covered with white brick and used by vention delegate in to 1885 the,Florida and served Constitutional several termsin Con-

; when the board voted to purchase a gar- only the one near Doctors Inlet in an unsolved murder when Starke still had Gator Freightways, was occupied in the the Legislature.
at in open saloons. A city police officer was 1890s and the early 1900s by The Telegraph
bage compactor priced $107,060
operation. Since it is a long way from fatally shot when he went in one night to before it moved across the street. A den-
answer to the charge that covering and the southern of to Doc- These and many other interesting factsabout
part Clay County breakup a bar room brawl. If anyone tist also had offices on this floor and the Call
compacting was considered necessary tors Inlet, a lot of garbage from the 'knew who fired the fatal shot, he wouldn'ttell story was that the old press used by the the Street have been documented
j since;' even'if construction'of'a: central L". 'Keysl6he'HelgIitsarea Is lIkely finding and no arrest was ever made. After paper in those days shook tbe building so> by survey Associates being conducted by HistoricProperlies

I incinerator by several cooperating its way to the Bradford County landfill, saloons were voted but the building! ')vas that the dentist 13d to stop-fi+!quentl/for'- under a grant obtained of by Augustine the Bradford i
bought for The office and stilla fear of pulling the wrong tooth.
counties could be started it wouldbe Telegraph is
t t today, especially now that there is no protec- of the Conty Historical Board of Trustees. The
at least five years before completionof tive ordinance.At part present newspaper plant. The space now occupied by Chastain'swas completed report survey will be
the plant.Efficient The burned-out property between The the drug store owned by Dr. J.L. made public at a n .ng to be held in the
present the county is on the hornsof Telegraph and the Old Courthouse has Gaskins, a prominent physician and politi- Starke Woman's cluj Thursday,May 23,at
dilemma with insufficient cian in the 1800s. He served several termsin 6:30 p.m. All Call Street merchants, property
operation of incinerator money been the scene of two disastrous fires. The
an latest in 1978 when the the State Legislature and was Speakerof owners,and city and county officialsare
Green business
would require a minimum of 1,000 tons budgeted (currently about $100,000 an- the House in 1981, 1893. and 1895. The invited to attend.

of garbage per day, requiring multi- nually) for landfill operation under the

county use, except in the case of very new, expensive regulations. Even the

large counties. Hillsboro County is cost of closing a landfill in accordancewith Writer Questions Lack of Action In Police Officer Hit-and RunHow I

already operating an incinerator which all the state-imposed regulations is
estimated at close to a million dollarsup
reportedly cost 500 million dollars.
Duval County is also considering going front, with continued expense of Editor, Telegraph: Then, to top that off, the statement made many people has Capt. Rhoden put
monitoring the remaining pollution factors In regard to a hit and run accident by Chief Jimmy Bowen that it was a "nor- in jail for making the same "simple
this route. at a cost of several thousand dollars reported last week's Telegraph, in mistake"? If it had been another officer
which the Captain of the Starke Police with the department
I or even a citizen,
At the Green Cove meeting last week annually for a period of 25 years. Department W.S. (Scotty) Rhoden strucka LETTERS would Chief Bowen have been so

it was decided to hold another area-wide After research is completed it may be vehicle, then fled from the scene: Was it "understanding"? I think not!

l meeting within a month, hosted by the found that the incinerator route is the make'a simple? mistake which "anyone could Did Chief Bowen investigate the circumstances -

I Northeast Florida Regional Planning only way to go, if enough counties will mat situation" is ridiculous, coming from at the time the accident was
i Council, with industry representatives band together to make the The accident itself could have been a the Chief of Starke's Police Department. first reported to him after the hit and run,
invited to discuss the possibility of a up necessary "simple mistake," but to flee from the accident Was it a "simple mistake"? Or was it a or does being a captain with the Police
incinerator. 1,000 tons of garbage disposal daily. scene, not knowing if someone was flagrant criminal act against the laws of Department exempt a person from an in-
: regional County Commissioners in Bradfordand badly injured, or dead could have been the State of Florida and the morals of vestigation or discipline by the Chief of

To complicate matters further, the surrounding counties will have nothing,more than a flagrant disregard for society with total disregard for the wellbe- Police? Are the Commissioners! of the City
1 safety and life of his fellow man. This act ing of the woman and child in the car of Starke satisfied with the response of the
DER landfill crackdown comes at aj some hard decisions to make in the is totally inexcusable. which his car struck? Chief of Police? We should certainly hope
time when Bradford County finds itself coming months. not!

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County gen t s Notebook By Taylor Bobby L. Application of Law I


Sidewalk Sale Promotion

-- Fire Ant Bait Sale Coming Amdro Fire Ant Bait was developed for' Commodities
use in controlling the IFA, Solenopsis in- Distribution
victa; however, it also controls the native
Peps Up Call StreetThe Bothered by the Imported Fire Ant fire ant, Solenopsis geminata, and has the May 9 to 15th
(IFA) in your lawn, garden, pasture or following characteristics: *"

,. cropland? If so, you might be interested in Cheese, butter, flour, and rice will
success of last week's a Fire Ant Bait Sale Wednesday May 15, 1) It is slow acting. An important be distributed this month throughthe
sidewalk sale showed there is plenty at the Agriculture building on North 301 in characteristic of bait insecticides for the Suwannee River Economic
Starke. IFA is that they are slow A fast
acting. acting -
Council in Bradford
f of life left in Call Street, just waiting The sale will run from 8 am. til 4:30 p.m. insecticide will kill the individual ants following schedule: County, on the

to be released by cooperation and in the auditorium. Prices are$4 per poundIn that it contacts, but the colony escapes. Thursday, May 9, RJE school
aggressive promotion. i one pound bags with still cheaper pricesfor Treated colonies may be expected to show building,Starke, 10:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.
quantities of 25 pounds or more. effects in a few days; however, completekill for persons over 60
or physically
Several participating merchants The Imported Fire Ant is a nuisance to may take up to 2 months. handicapped.
were questioned during and after the 1 man. The ant damages some crops; it can
Friday May 10 RJE
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interfere with cultivation and 2) There is no residual. To prevent ,
sale and all were pleased with harvestingof possible environmental damage, Amdro is a.m. to 1:30: p.m.

results .. especially the fact that many, and crops may; it injure is a threat, maim to or man'shealth kill designed to breakdown upon exposure to Monday, May 13, Lawtey recrea-

customers continued to browse domesticated animals and wildlife sunlight for approximately 12 hours. For tion center (Middleburg Road), 10
around and this reason, no residual effect may be expected a.m. to 3 p.m.Tuesday .
buy even after noon
May 14,
Hampton city
Saturday, when Call Street is usual- The IFA was first discovered in Florida,, hall, 10 a.m. to 1:30: p.m.
near Pensacola in 1948. During the in- 3) It can become rancid. Amdro con Wednesday
ly pretty well deserted. One mer- May 15, Brooker city
chant tervening years, the ant has'spread tains soybean oil, which is used as a hall, 10 a.m. to 1:30: p.m.
expressed hope that more Florida to infest of all
throughout portions feeding
attractant. Soybean oil
may Wednesday, May 15, Speedville,
I such cooperative events will be held 67 Florida counties. Resistance to the IFA become rancid under moist conditions, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 10
In the future, saying that his sales Invasion by natural predators and the and IFA will not feed on rancid bait. For a.m. to 1:30: p.m. ,

l last 'Friday were more than double IFA's important preference for factors certain in type the habitatsare time this reason, the bait snoUld be stored in a modity Clients card must and bring identification.USDA com

those of any previous day this year, necessary for the establishment of IFA dry place in an airtight container. Under sack or box to place commodities Alsoa
and Saturday sales were almost as populations on a given piece of land. proper conditions, the bait can be stored in. .
good. Populations in old infested areas may for 1 year or more. .
from no colonies to over 100
range per 4) Treated areas can become reinfected.
With the opening of the SFCC acre, ,averaging less than 20 colonies per The IFA queen Is capable of flying 12 milesor

Starke Center on Call Street this fall, acre. more. For this reason, reinfestation

and other planned improvements In will occur regardless of treatment of
Florida Department of Agricultureand
The
." neighboring properties.. As
the 'downtown district merchants previously
Division
SErvices, of Plant
,' Consumer stated, Amdro has no residual effect. As
should start planning now to Industry, and the USDA, APHIS, have with all the present registered IFA control 5

r', x" capitalize on this increased Interest entered into a 50/50 cooperative program insecticides, when used as directed,

f and activity. Customers will come designed to give temporary makes control Amdro of Fire the reinfestation of a treated property may occur -
; I where they are invited made IFA. This program within a few weeks. Thus one must ex-
low
r Ant Bait available at a relatively cost.
pect to retreat as needed to maintain the
,l welcome, and given the opportunity The state charges the user the actual cost desired level of control.
_,r to buy attractive'merchandise at a to the state related to the purchase of Am- -
1 r, reasonable price. dro and the cost of distribution of material.; Directions for application of Amdro to Businesses can get reimbursed ;
ai your area will be given at the time of the
a R'L/ That is the chalfenge now facing This money deposited In a trust fund sale. Call me at 964-6280 ext 205 if you have the for up to 910,000 of
: : Call Street. for continued refunding of the program, questions or want more Information on the costs of hiring qualified
pending the Legislature's permission) to Imported Fire Ant, or the bait sale next veterans and training them
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jr .Mr- and Mrs. Austin J. Fender, lv !me event with a golden arch News
life long residents of Bradford County candelabra with golden baskets of .3' c.'I' v "
; ,celebrated their 50th wedding an- fresh flowers, mums, gladiolus and f. t.rrx ... WeddingsReceptions' .
i niversary with a reception given int daisies in shades of golden yellow. ,'. "
their honor Saturday,April:27,In the Potted greenery and palms were ,. Gladys Mooty ','Parties ,
-' Fellowship Hall of the Pine Level placed throughout the hall. Fifty ,.. ', : "......
I Baptist Church from 2 to 5 p.m. candles were,used to carry out the ; ,f 'a 954-7608
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April :27, 1935, at the Old Courthouse The tables were covered with ..... ;
if in Starke,with the late county Judge white linen cloths and centered with
E.K. Perryman officiating. golden candelabra's. '
l Hosts for this occasion were their The cake table was covered with a Items of Interest J
i. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and lace and satin cloth. The four-tier
Mrs. Winfred E. Tomlinson, their cake was topped with a golden "50" t
late son James Fender's wife. Gale ornament. On each tier of the cake 1 ; Blaine Dyal HonoredAt family luncheon Sunday, May 5, at
..and grandchildren. were pictures of the four generations their home on Bayless Highway v
starting with: Mr. and Mrs. Fender, Birthday Party honoring their son and brother, \-
Hostesses for the delightful after- their two children, their five grand- Jerald Dwayne Baldwin, Jr. who "JL
noon event were: Mrs. Marie Thorn- children and one great grandchild.The i'; ":,\,, ,, Mrs. Charles Schmitt and Mr. and received his Bachelor of Science in J
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ton, Mrs. Julia Alvarez, Mrs. Bar- two side cakes held golden 'J"f''J Mrs. Gary Coleman gave a cookout Chemical Engineering degree from iJ
bara Reddish, Mrs. Carolyn Sapp, numerals 1935 and 1985 connectingthe ',;' birthday party for Mrs. Schmitt'sson the University of Florida on Saturq
Mrs. Joyce Moody, Mrs. Pat side cakes was a golden ribbon. '" ... '. \: '.' ,Blaine, celebrating his 20th bir- day, May.
Baldwin, Mrs. Tia Osborn, Mrs. The punch table held two punch \ij :. } thday on May 5 at Silver Lake. Among the 25 attending were his
Janet Carter, Ms. Landa Koistinen, bowls, greenery and flowers encircled ..r ..,.rr. Blaine and 40 of his friends and aunts, uncles and cousins from -1
Mrs. Gwen Thornton, Mrs. Martha the base of the bowls in shades of Mr. and Mrs. Austin J. Fender family enjoyed boating, skiing Starke, Middleburg and Jacksonville .)
Myrick, Mrs. Pat Johns, Mrs. gold., swimming and games. including his grandparents,Mr. ,
Lucille Johns, Miss Kellie Baldwin, The finger food table held sand- and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez of Starke .
Miss Amy Carter. Floor hostesses wiches, chips and dips, nuts and The Herbert Thomases and grandfather,Ralph Baldwin andl
were: Misses Suzanne Sapp, Rhon- mints. Items of InterestLunch aunt, Mrs. Leland Fransen of
: da Alvarez, Stephanie Alvarez. On the display table were\Mr. and Celebrate 50th Jackson Minn.
.. Presiding over the guest book table Mrs. Fender s marriage license, pictures Dwayne has accepted a position s
were: Miss Stacey Reddish and taken the year they were mar- BunchTo Senior Citizens Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas with Milliken and company of O
Miss Regina Eunice. ried and other pictures in their mar- were honored at a surprise reception Greenville, S.C. starting June 3. ,J;t
Pastor and Mrs. Roman Alvarez ried life.Derek. Meet May 10 Meet MondaysThe Sunday morning in the Parish House q
greeted guests at the door and Alvarez was the ,following the morning service of St. Terri
presented them to the honorees and photographer for the afternoon.Mrs. The Lunch Bunch will meet Fri- senior citizens are meeting Mark's Episcopal Church on the Massey, 3
their family. A large heart outlinedin Julia Alvarez and Mrs. Marie day, May 10, at 12 noon at the every Monday morning at 10 a.m. in Thomases 50th wedding anniver- Michael Andrews iTo
greenery with "Happy 50th An- Thornton assisted in decorating the Presbyterian Fellowship Hall for its the Senior Center behind the court sary. Wed Friday
niversary' in gold provided a hall. Mrs. Marie Thornton assisted covered dish luncheon the meat house on US 301N and invites all Judge Elzie Sanders was in charge -
beautiful background behind the Mrs. Geraldine Tomlinson in make will be furnished. senior citizens to come and have coffee and told several interesting storiesof The of Terri and :.S!
Rev. Robert G. Holtz will be the and enjoy the activities.See w.edding Massey
honored couple as they greeted their ing the cakes. his acquaintance with the couple Michael D. Andrews will be held Fri- !
._ guests. Approximately 150 guests called speaker. you there. over the years. day,May 10,at 7 p.m. in the Madison "*
The hall was beautifully decorated Mrs. Kenneth Grider presidedover Street Baptist Church with a recept
the refreshment table, which tion following. Byron BagwellHas was covered with a white cloth and All friends and relatives are in-
:.. Video Party centered with a decorated anniver- vited to attend.Presbyterians. ? I
I Methodists Hold Tea sary cake. V
Mother-Daughter
Donnie and Shirley Bagwell gavea Mrs. Grider presented a corsageto 'i
,-- video movie party Tuesday even- Mrs. Thomas and a golden rose Hold .
ing, April 16, at their home on S. plant was given to the couple as a
: Peggy Miller of Jacksonville gave Fellowship Hall which was daughter Micki Becker,on the flute.A Cherry street in honor of their son, gift from the Parish. Weekend Retreat :i
a one-woman drama of the life of transformed into a Southern Tea lively song was provided by the Byron's 13th birthday. 1
Susanna Wesley Sunday afternoon in Garden with tall pink and white three generations of Gladys Green, During the party hours of 6 and 10p The Montgomery camp on the '
the Methodist Church sanctuary dogwood trees, palms and garden daughter, Marian Douglas and her .m. Byron and 16 of his friends en- Suwannee River was the location for
preceding the Mother-Daughter tea flowers placed throughout. daughter, Gayle Douglas.As joyed viewing two movies and Engaged Couple the retreat by the members of the.
in the Fellowship Hall. Tables, covered with cool green refreshments of Given CookoutTerri First Presbyterian Church on Friday 11
Guests were greeted at the church coverings with matching green bars, cake and cokes.popcorn, candy afternoon and Saturday with 36 fi
w several members of the United napkins,were placed throughout the the mothers and daughterswere Massey and Michael An- members attending. 'j
Methodist Women, who were hall for tea dining and entertain- introduced recognition was drews, whose marriage will be an Activities were hiking, canoeing
lostesses for -the affair, and given ment. Each table was centered with given to the family of Charlotte Women of St. Mark'sTo event of May 10, were honored at a and tubing down the Suwannee s
.' ;rograms>> and name tags pinned on large flowered picture hats that Frees with four generations present.Her couples shower for the man and River and swimming in several sprj
:miniature picture hats to match the were used as prizes. mother, Marjorie Pancoast, Meet May 15 cookout Monday night given by Mr. ing!:. A treat for the church familywas z
wearer's dress. The tea table was covered with a daughters, Kathy Whitehead, Vickie and Mrs. Leroy Jackson, Mr. and breakfast served by the men of .i
; Mrs. Miller portrayed the life of floor length embroidered white cloth Powell and her daughter, Vanessa The Women of St. Mark's Mrs. Larry David Andrews and Mr. the church with Tom Bement head of '*
Mrs. Wesley, complete with and centered with a tall contem- Powell. Episcopal Church will meet Wednes- and Mrs. Jim Lewis at the home of the crew. "
::: costumes of the 18th century and us- porary arrangement of purple, pink day,May 15, at 11 a.m. in the Parish the latter of W. Madison street. Carol Stator gave the devotions rand
ed an 18th century accent which and white calla lilies, tiger lilies and House. The shower was unique in that it a group discussion on "To be a ->
gave her personality a timeless appeal spring flowers in the same shades in Favors of handmade refrigeratormemo was gifts mostly for the man in- Christian in '85". ;j
History remembers Mrs. a basket Mrs. Andrea Whitehouseand magnets with tiny picture cluding house and yard tools.
Wesley as the mother of John Mrs. Norma Jean Adams hats attached were given to each Gospel Sing The hamburger cookout was heldon The T. Smiths Given
founder of Methodism presided at the crystal punch bowl. guest as they were leaving as a At Graham BaptistThe the patio where the food table was }
and Charles Wesley, one of the' Trays held an assortment of tea memento of the highlight of the covered with a white cloth and Farewell Party v
greatest hymn writers of all time. dainties, cakes, nuts and mints. United Methodist Women's yearly from centered with an arrangement of
Following the dramatization, a During the tea, music was provided program which was under the direc- Apostles Quartette yellow mums in a straw basket. The Senior Citizens Club gave a -
Mother-Daughter tea was held in the by Judy Becker, pianist and tion of Phyllis Carver.rfiiifch August siogMay, Ga.18, at will 7:30p.m.: present in a Graham gospel Other straw baskets held the con- farewell party Monday, May 6, at.:;
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diments. the home of Henry Easterling at >
Baptist Church" ? ', couples iween.. ,Bedford Lake,[or>Mrand, .Mrs-5l''a
;' t Li, n -Mr' >nvnrrr 'bow> rlot1 :"n1frtva) ':ft'! :"f' 1"1"-"the' hours of 7 and 10 .med.b Smith, parents of Mr. and Mrs. Dan .
I of God ofherlJaughter'BdnquefThe t i Bethel Baptist ChurchTo The hosts presented the couple Smith of Conerly Estates. '
with four lawn chairs as a mementoof Mr. and Mrs. Smith will return to )
Hold Revival the occasion. their home in Endicott, N.Y. for :
mother with the most descendants
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Fellowship Hall of the Starke decorated with pink parasols, pink
after the winter .
:hurch of God was the setting for its tapers, greenery and pink. pom Mrs.most Esther daughters Martin present,mother at the with ban-the Bethel Baptist Church, Hwy 230A, Dwayne Baldwin on summer N. Walnut street.A spending. "
nnual Mother-Daughter banquet poms. Starke,will host a revival May 12-15, barbecue and various covered
anddaughter and Mrs.Walter Montz motherof
aturday: May 4, at 6 p.m. Mrs. Charles McKinney quet beginning nightly Luncheon Honoree dishes were enjoyed in the outside
skit the with writ-
decorated in pink and Kristy presented a year winning essay Evangelist '
The hall was Speaker will be JamesW. gazebo beneath the giant oak trees.
Protec ten Miss Millie DiCandio.
vhite with the theme "Mother's pro- demonstrating "Mother's by Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin and Approximately 25 members atJ
ective Love" carried out with urn- tion". Mrs. Buster Hughes was Montz brought the benediction to a A nursery will be provided. children, Brian and Kellie gave a. tarMmri
Bellas, raindrops and clouds depic- guest singer and speaker.A wonderful evening. J,
ing a mother's protection. The wall delicious supper was served by Woman's. Club t.
of the church. Awards were .
>ehind the head table was covered the men
with a huge pink and white tissue presented to Mrs. Henry O'Hara, May Breakfast 1

jmbrella surrounded by huge clouds Saturday, May 18 .,
Pink and white-
and raindrops.
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balloon !raindrops. were hung Hospital AuxiliaryTo Woman's Club of Starke membersare
.hroughout the banquet room. Meet May 13 reminded of the annual May Gifts for
The tables were covered with At Presbyterian Church Breakfast to be held on Saturday, ]
white linen cloths and napkins were May 18 at 11:30: a.m. at the Your Mom ..:
tied with pink satin ribbons. The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary will clubhouse. ,
head T-shaped table was centered Tickets are $5.00 each; reserva- .
meet Monday, May 13, at 6:30: p.m.
with a huge tissue parasol surrounded in the Fellowship Hall of the First tions are requested by Monday,May ,
with greenery, baby's breath and Presbyterian Church for installation 13 and may be made by contactingthe i
pink pompoms flanked with burning of officers and awards. chairman, Mrs. J.R. Reddish or .
tapers. :The. other tables were Mrs. B.E. Biggs.
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Hosts Sunday Mrs. Drew Reddish of Starke and
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: "" ; p.. : A4 Riverland Music Club hosted ot ( eremonies. Tommy Joy Cason accompanied by Augusta,
\ / the 4th Annual Sunday Afternoon Cox. welcomed everyone to the Neil Brooks.. Music instructor at Jacksonville spent the weekend at
I Musicale. May 5th, at Brooker Bap event and read a Proclamation from Lake Butler Middle School performed Hilton Head S.C.
list Church. Brooker Mayor Blake Hamilton a flute solo. Joy Cason and Becky
Ii i The Riverland Music Club, a declaring the observance of National Tarleton performed a piano duet. Mrs. Don Tilley, Mrs. J.G.;
member of the National Federationof Music Week. Mrs. Nell Mann and Mr. John Hen- Jackson and Ms. Elizabeth
I Music Clubs held this event in Governor Bob Graham has proclaimed dry pastor of Dedan Baptist Stalnaker were in Chattanooga,
observance of National Music Week National Music Week for Church played a piano/guitar duet Tenn. Saturday to Tuesday to atlenothe
I r.t which is May 512. the State of Florida urging citizensto graduation of Pam Johnson, '.
The theme for the sixty-second an- participates with interest in the daugher of Ms. Stalnaker, from Ten-
t nual observance of National Music music programs offered. nessee Temple Schools where she
Week is "Music A Source of Na- Piano solos were performed by Following the "Musicale" received her degree in Elementary.
f! tional Pride". Musicians from Amy Hallmark, Allyson Beutke refreshments were served by Education and Deaf Education.
Bradford and Union Kelly Leach, Ginger Adams, in
counties provided Riverland Music Club hostesses
the entertainment for an Melissa Hislop, Becky Tarleton, Joy the church fellowship hall. Spring Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Griffis
ap- Cason Loree Lennon, and Mrs. spent the weekend with their son and
audience. used to
preciative Most were flowers and were
Denyse Stafford. Joy Cason greenery family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Griffis "
students of Club counselors, Mrs. decorate the serving tables and
Kathleen Lennon and Honor Martin Orlando and also visited EPCOT ,bon
in
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Vera Butler
Clyatt and Mrs. points of interest in the room.wu..h'h'.U"h.HH.A'AWU
Nell Mann, Brooker. performed as a Flute Ensemble.O'HM'w'A'UM'U.wwMWMwmMf. Saturday. i :; Janet Lox Kev. S erk lien "
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H I ,';I.t'' I II Mr. and Mrs. James Told Allen Cox of ;Li'Mother's Day IitN I io'Dn)

Raleigh, N.C. announce the engaget ,
ment and approaching marriage of
their daughter Janet Leigh, to Rev. ylt
Verle Robert Best, son of Mr and .,
Mrs.Verl Ray Best and grandson of /// D
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The wedding is planned for June 1, I our"Spring into Savfnes"and ,
at 6 pm. in the Salem Baptist o 831; S. Walnut Stree tare a e "This Sale's For You Mom"sale ,.. ;;

i, Church.The bride-elect Apex, N.C.is a 1978 graduateof Sale Prices good thru Sat. May 11th. tttl circulars for great savings o)

Wilson Senior High School We reserve the right to limit quantities. gifts, for Mont _:::
I Florence S.C.; 1963 graduate of See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you. ;1.1"
Francis Marion College Florence, I 1
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mathematics and is currently "
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graduate of Stetson University with .1
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graduate of Southeastern Baptist /! I 1 31i
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II Education and is currently ,11J
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Legal Notices the Noon hour of 12:00 29 o'clock )highest and best bidder Elizabeth Andrew. or before June 3, 1983. 4b( )'of Uniform Standard Jacksonville FL,'one lot the personal

the front on May door entranceof 1983 at for cash at the hour of 885 West Madison St. and to file the original Bill of Lading. of rear, coer damaged and the representative peraonolr.pr..ntathr.
-:-. the 12:00 o'clock Noon on Stark., FL 32091. with the Clerk of this 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE consigned to Flberfab In .' '
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION TOMANUS NUI SU HLW' Bradford County May 29, 1985 the Malcolm Sander attorney
at front
Courthouse Court either before service t.rl.! Opa .Locka. FL, to.atl..y .
forth
Stark. are set
REZONING FOR WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Florida. at door entrance of the 241 S. Water St. on Petitioner' Attorney Is. hereby freight and below. .

AMENDMENT AND OF RED. Dated: April 17, 1985 Bradford County Courthouse Stark., Fl 32091 or Immediately given that on Monday, storage charges, under All Interested personsare
Attorney: at Stark., thereafter; otherwise a May 13. 1983. at 10:00: the provision of Section
THE LAND Richard L, Cox, Jr. required to file with
USE
PLAN Eugene F. Shaw United State Marshal Florida. Attorney for personal default will be entered o'clock a.m., the under..Ign.d. 4b( ) of Uniform Standard this court WITHIN THREE
925-E North Temple Middle District of Dated: April 17, 1985 representatives: against you for the relief Gator Bill of Lading. MONTHS OF THE FIRST
An Avenue Florida Richard L. Cox, Jr. Terence M. Brown demanded In the peti Frelghtways, Inc. will 5/2 2tchg 59NOTICE PUBLICATION OF
, ORDINANCE omen- Stark., Fl 32091 United State Marshal P.O. Drawer 40 sell at public auction forcash THIS
ding th. Comprehensive ((904)) 964.5200 Middle District of Stark., Fl 32091 tion.WITNESS NOTICE: 1)) all claim
at 2600 Rd.
hand
and Lloyd I* herebygiven
Land Dorothea my again the
Use BeaneAssistant estate and
Plan EI.ment 2))
Florida
tJro and Map by Bradford 3/9 2tchg 5/16 United ((904)) 964-8272 seal of this Court on Jacksonville, FL, one lot that on Monday. any objection by an Interested

County Florida In The City of Lawt.y States Attorney John E. Lawlor, III ,5/ ttchSi 5/9 April 24, 1985. of floral design conslg- May 13. 1985.-at: 10:00: person to whom
13b occor-
.bJ. done with th. local Florida I I. seeking sealed Attorney for Plaintiff Assistant United fIIOTICEOFAPPLICATION GILBERT S. BROWN, a* ed to Dave Podhouser o'clock a.m., the undersigned notice was mailed that
.ba Government Com- I bid on a Police Pursuitcar State Attorney Clerk of the Court Furn. Atlanta GA to Gator challenges the validity of
' prehenslve Planning Act with a police In. 4/25 4tchg 5/16 Attorney for Plaintiff BY: Beuloh Moody A* satisfy freight and Frelghtways, Inc. will the will the qualifications
of 1975 at Please On 4/19/1985, Deputy Clerk storage charge, under sell at public auction for of the personal)
provided for tercepter
In engine.
I toT Chapt.r, 163 of the have your bids In b.for. UNITED STATES DISTRICT :4/25 4tchg 5/16 BAYLESS HWY BAPT CH, 5/2 4tchg 5/23 the provisions of Section cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. representative, venue,
.{ Florida Statute! May 20th. 1985. COURTMIDDLE 615 NORTH CHURCH IN THE CIRCUIT 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill Jacksonville, FL, one lot or jurisdiction of the
DISTRICT OF
Th. City reserve the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO STREET, STARKE Fl COURT OF FLORIDA of Lading. of Mexican 12" hex tile court.

.1"q TO: All Citizen, Tax- right to reject any or all FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE DIVISION REGISTER 32091, made applicationfor EIGHTH JUDICIAL 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE consigned to Country Fl.. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS .

> payer and other In- bid. Please give detail FICTITIOUS NAME water use permit CIRCUIT' Miami FL, to satisfy NOT SO FILED
2.85.00090 for I* hereby freight and storage WILL BE
Itt tereited on make and an FOREVER BAR.
persons. equimpent. UNITED STATES OF IN AND FOR
given that on Monday, charges under
You and each of You Send to the following address AMERICA Pursuant to Section average dally BRADFORD COUNTY the provisions RED.
''0 ore hereby and herewith : City of Lawtey, Plaintiff \ .09. Florida Statutes, withdrawal of 0.0037 FLORIDA o'clock May 13.a.m.1985., the at undersigned 10:00. Uniform of Section 4b) of Personal Representative

IQb given notice In accor P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey vs. ncttfce Is hereby given million gallons p.r day CIVIL ACTION Standard bill of :
Gator
that from ground waters lading. Genaro S. Baldo
danc. with Florida Florida 32058. the undersigned, Jr.
JAMES F. NORMAN and
Ii! David U. located In Section 10, Frelghtway. Inc. will 5/2 2tchg 3/9 5907 Seventh Avenue
Statute that th. Board 5/9 Itchg CYNTHIA K. NORMAN Fenton P.O. CASE NO.: 85-77-CA sell at public auction for
' of County Commissioner Defendants Box 109, Hampton Fl. Township 06 South, NOTICEI Brooklyn, NY 11220
0N of Bradford PUBLIC NOTICE 32044, (sole) or (joint) Range 22 East, Bradford FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS cash Jacksonville at 2600 Lloyd Rd. Attorney for Personal
FL, one lot
,) County, Florida, have Court No. 84-1439-Clv- owners, doing business County, Florida, for AND LOAN of furniture I will not b. r..pon.l.bl. Representative:
.!S designated the Bradford A* provided by J-12 under the firm name of water utility uses ASSOCIATION Bob consigned to for any debts made Zelda J. Hawk
) County Zoning and Planning Chapter 197 Notice is Bradford Marine Service Written objections or Plaintiff Lauderdale Duncomb Ft by anyone other than 515 N. Main St. #300

n Board to conduct a hereby given that tangible NOTICE OF SALE Three miles northon: comments on this application freight and, FL, to satisfy myself, James K. Dug- Gainesville, Fl 32601

1 public hearing at a personal propertytaxes U.S. 301 North may be filed v. under storagecharges the gem, after April 26, 1985. ((904)) 377.4422
assessed for the to said fictitious'name with the Governing provision 4/2 2tpd 5/9 5/9 2tchg 5/16
regular meeting h.ld at Notice Is hereby given register of Section 4b( ) of
I'a 7:00 p.m. In the Concll year 1983 are now delinquent that pursuant to a Final under the Board of the Suwannee EARNEST N. CAULEY, Uniform Standard Bill of IN THE CIRCUIT
and River Water
Room of Starke City Hall beginning Judgment entered on aforesaid statute. Management SANDRA C. DARLEY, lading. COURT OF The Bradford County-
i 1 Stark. Florida, on Tuesday April let such taxes are March 26 1985 by the Dated this 24 day of District. Route 3, f/k/a SANDRA G. 5/2 2tchg 59NOTICE BRADFORDCOUNTY Board of County Commissioner .
b May 28 1989, and drawing Interest at 18 above .ntltled Court In April A.D. 1985 In Brad Box 64 Live Oak, FL CAULEY, LANCIN D. CASE No. 84-382 will open

n make recommendation percent per year plus the th. above styled cause, lord County. 32060. until 5/20/1985. HERSEY, CHARLOTTE L. I I. hereby smiled bids at l:3Op.m.

.t to the Board of County proportionate costs of the undersigned United 1/25 4tcq 5/16 L/2_2tchQ 5f9NOTICE HERSEY, AND THE STATE given that on Monday, FLINT RIVER MILLS INC., on Monday June 3,

) Commissioner and th. and publishing this notice States Marshal or any of NOTICE OF INTENTION\ OFAPPLICATION OF FLORIDA, DEPART May 13 1985, at 10:00: Plantlff 1985 In the County Commissioner .
J Board will consider on delinquent cost. his duly authorized TO REGISTER MENT OF LABOR AND o'clock a.m., the under vs. room at the
1 Monday. Jun. 3. 1983 at Unless the amounts set deputies will sell the FICTITIOUS NAME EMPLOYMENT SECURITY signed Gator ROY ADKINS. Individual. Bradfrod County Courthouse

'Ia the Commissioner opposite each name property situate in Bradford On 4/15/1985 SAMPSON Defendants Frelghtwoys. Inc. will ly and d/b/a ADKINS for Fire, E.C. and
'Ir.tJ Room of the Bradford below are paid before County, Florida Pursuant to Section CITY CH OF ROD sell at public auction for FEED STORE VAMM Protection on all
the '
r County Courthouse, 1st day of be May 1985 described as: 865.09, Florida Statutes, RT 4, BOX 1304, STARKE, NOTICE OF SALE cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. County Buildings.The .
Storks Florida at 10:00: warrants will Issued. Westt 100 feet of Lot 9 notice' I.I hereby given FL 32091, made application BYCLERKNOTICE Jacksonville, FL, one lot NOTICE OF Bradford County
thereon and
) a.m. an' Ordinance will the Tax Collector of Block 22 of the City of that the undersigned for water use permit of alum. castings consigned SHERIFF'S SALE Board of County Commissioners
relating to: apply to the Lawtey, Bradford County Elton Ward 828 WeldonSt. 2-83-00064 for an IS HEREBY 'to Caribbean NOTICE IS HEREBY reserve the

tt Th. rezonlng of th. Circuit Court for an order Florida, according to ., Star...., Fl, (sole) or average dally GIVEN pursuant to Final Metals, Miami, Fl, to GIVEN THAT I I. Dolph E. right to reject any and all
following described property directing levy upon andseizure the map or plat thereofof (joint) ownerns, doing withdrawal of 0.0004 Judgment of Foreclosure satisfy freight and Reddish, Sheriff of Brad bids received.
of the
f and amending the tangible record at Plat Book 2, business und.r the firm million gallons per day entered in this case, storage charge, und.r ford County Florida Gilbert S. Brown
) Comprehensive land personal property of the Page 61 of the public name of Stark. Auto from ground waters dated April 22. 1985 thatI the provision of Section under and by virtue of a Clerk to the Board
J Use Plan to provide that taxpayers for unpaid records of Bradford Center 528 S. Walnut St., located In Section 03, I will sell to the highestand 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill Writ of Execution 5/9 2tcha 516IN
,I land currently zoned OR taxes: penalties for additional County Florida, sold Stark., Fl 32091, Intendsto Township 07 South, best bidder for cash of Lading heretofore Issued out of
, and designated by the costs. The name property lying and being register said fictitious Range 21 East Bradford In the first floor lobby of 5/2 2tchg 59NOTICE the above-entitled THE CIRCUIT

4t plan at Agricultural b. of delinquent personalproperty within Section 23, name under the County, Florida, for the Bradford County Court In the above- COURT, EIGHTH
r.zon.d to Cl, and taxpayers and Townships South, Range aforesaid statute. water utility u.... Courthouse In Stark., I.I hereby styled cause, have levied JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
the
of
) designated Comm.rclol, amount taxes Including 22 East, Bradford Coun Dated this 23 day of Written objections or Florida at 11 a.m. on the given that on Monday, upon the following property AND FOR

Ii the property of JOHN A. the the cost first of advertising ty Florida. April, A.D. 1985 In Bradford comments of this application 15th day of May, 1985 May 13, 1985, at 10:00: situate! lying and BRADFORD COUNTY
i tB TORODE described as ths or. mon at public outcry to the County. may be filed the following .describedproperty o'clock a.m., the under being In Bradford County FLORIDA
follows: 200' x 200' out of penalty and delinquent highest and best bidderfor .4/251tpd 5/16 with the Governing as set forth In signed Gator Florida, to-wit:
1r Parcel 4732-0000 off costs are as cash at the hour of Board of the Suwannee the Final Judgment fo- Frelghtways, Inc. will The Southwest quarterof CASE NO.: 85.186
West side of Hwy 301 follows: 12:00: o'clock Noon on PUBLIC NOTICE River Water Management wit: sell at public auction for the Southwest quarter

,! South of Stark. 2 miles In Albert J. Andrews, May 29, 1985 at the front District Route 3, lots Six and Eight ((6 cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. (SW'/ of SW '/ ) of Sec. IN RE: The Marriage of
Section 6, Township 7 $159.03; Ray Gay., door entrance of the The Bradford County Box 64, Live Oak. FL and 8)) of Block 8, TOWN Jacksonville, FL, one lot tion 31, Township 5 SHELTON D. BAXLEY,
South Range 22 East for $28.26; Harrells Amusement Bradford County Courthouse School Board Stark., 32060 until 5/20/1985. OF STARKE, per plat InDeed of bikes & floats consigned South Range 22 East and husband and BETTY J.
general & Vending Company at Starke Florida will hold a Public 5/7 9tchq 3/9 Book "N" at
comm.rclal.\\ page to Dannys Shoes, as more particularly BAXLEY wife
You are furthertyvenNOTICE $9.79; Harrells Florida. Dated: April 17. Hearing on Proposed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 759 public records of Miami, FL, to satisfy described in the Official
that a copy of Amusement 8 Vending 1985. Changes In the following FOR BRADFORD, Bradford 'County freight and storage Records of Bradford NOTICE OF ACTION
old OR. Company, $58.82: Carl R. Richard L, School Board Policies: Florida. under .
proposed Cox. Jr. COUNTY charges, the provisions County at Book 36 Page CONSTRUCTIVESERVICE.PROPEItTY
I DINANCE I I. available for Hawkins, $255.65, T S C United States Marshal 6Gx4.3.33 LEAVE FOR FLORIDAPROBATE.DIVISION Dated this 22 day of of Section 4b) of 597598. and Book 163,

your Mpectlon at the office Leasing Corporation Middle District of PERSONAL REASONS, April 1985.GILBER Uniform Standard Bill of Page 297.

ofrtheWre. .. ) Jf..Qt.< ( $410.73; Johnny Florida 6Gx4-3 JOB DESCRIP- .-., S. BROWN Lading. O.R. Book 36, pages To: SHELTON D, BAX-
Zoning pnd-VfUnnJng, City -,1 i.* Wppoleyf31j.9 ,1 ,,a'raJO''I nut,RSI 4Join t'I ..I.TION(I' | FOR DEAMOf-. ,-1;*'I\Io i Z **"4 ftle, ATOmMr 85-37-CP KB'J'IR' Crk/ ,.. tf-tui. .. _. 4fBY ..... 5/22 chgaV9frK. '997-598 II I/O Interest of .LEY, addreee unknown
Hall, Thc nL>>..on'Str..t E..: Lawlor, III STUDENTS 'b vl.lon ((1.3629) 'BEDLAM MOODY undivided property.O.R. .
Stark., Florida: UNITED STATES DISTRICT Assistant United This Public Hearingwill Deputy Clerk NOTICE Is hereby Book 163 page YOU ARE NOTIFIED
Each and every person COURTMIDDLE States Attorney be held In the School IN RE: ESTATE OF HENRYL. 5/2 2tchg 5/9 given that on Monday. 297 1/16 Interest of undivided that an action for
having any Interest DISTRICT OF Attorney for Plaintiff Board Room of the Bradford FREEMAN deceased IN THE CIRCUIT COURT May 13. 1985, at 10:00: property, dissolution' of marriagehas

what.v.r In the enactment FLORIDA 4/25 4 chg.6..!. County School's Administrative FOR BRADFORD o'clock a.m., the undersigned as the property of the been filed against
of this propo..dORDINANCE JACKSONVILLE DIVISION UNITED STATES DISTRICT Offices 582 NOTICE OF Gator above-named defendant you and you are requiredto
should appear North Temple Avenue, ANCILLARYADMINISTRATION COUNTYFLORIDA Frelqhtways, Inc. will' and that an the serve a copy of your
and be heard at th. UNITED STATES OF COURTMIDDLE DISTRICT OF Starke. Florida, at 7 p.m. sell at public auction for 28th day of May, 1985, written defense. If any.
time and place prescrib AMERICA FLORIDA on May 20, 1985. PROBATE DIVISIONFILE cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd Tuesday at two o'clock to It on EUGENE F.

Plaintiff JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Copies of these proposed The undersigned, as NUMBER 85-33-CP Jacksonville, Fl, one lot on said day on the SHAW, plaintiff attorney -
ed.BOARD OF BRADFORD vs. rule changes may personal representativeof of ceiling fans consignedto premises of the Bradford whose address Is

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. UNITED STATES OF b. obtained at theSuperintendent's the above estate, IN RE: ESTATE OF MARYT Key Largo Mfg. Co. County Sheriff Office, I 925.E North Temple
WIMBERLY, .t. ol.. AMERICA Offices hereby gives notice that OVERHOLSER, deceased Hialeah, FL, to satisfy will offer for sale and Avenue, Starke. Florida
BY: G.S. BROWN. Defendatns Plantiff between 8 a.m. an ancillary administration freight and storage sell to the highest bidder 32091 on or before JUNE
CLERK and 4 p.m., Monday for the estate of the charges, under the provisions for cash, In hand, the 10, 1985. and file the
Court No. 84.1432-Civ. v*. through Friday. decedent: a) was commenced NOTICE OF of Section 4b( ) of above-described property original with the clerk of
IN THE CIRCUIT J-16 CLARENCE W'lllAMS! This Is In compliance on April 18, ADMINISTRATIONThe Uniform Standard Bill of as the property of the this Court either before

COURT FOR JR.BETTY, WILLIAMS, his with the Florida Statutes, 1985; b) Is now pendingas Lading said defendant to satisfy service on plaintiff's attorney
BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE OF SALE Chapter 120.54 as case number 85-37-CP administration of 5/2 2tchg 39NOTICE said Execution. or Immediately
FLORIDA wife, .t al, enacted by the 1974 ((1.3629)) in the followingcourt th. estate of MARY T. DOLPH E. REDDISH, thereafter; otherwise a
'
Defendants
Notice Is hereby given Florida legislature.Jim : Bradford County OVERHOLSER, deceased I. hereby SHERIFF OF BRADFORD default will be entered

PROBATE DIVISION that pursuant to Final 841153CivJ16 Duncan Superintendent Circuit Court Probate File Number 85-33-CP. Is given that on Monday COUNTY. FLORIDA against you for the relief
Court No.
File Number 85-29-CP Judgment entered on Division Starke, Florida pending in the Circuit May 13, 1985 at 10:00 5/2 4tchg 5/23 demanded In the peti
April 16, 1985 by the Bradford County Schools 32091, in the State of Court for Bradford County o'clock a.m., the undersigned tion.Dated

IN RE: ESTATE OF JACK above entitled Court In NOTICE OF SALE 9/2 2tchg_9/9 Florida County of Bradford Florida Probate Division Gator NOTICE OF INTENTION on this 2nd dayof
FOSTER McCOMB. SR.. the above styled cause, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ; c) the name and the address of Frelghtways, Inc. will TO REGISTER May 1985.
deceased the undersigned United FOR BRADFORD COUNTY residence address of the which Is Bradford County sell at public auction for FICTITIOUS NAME GILBERT S. BROWNAs
Is
Notice
hereby
States Marshal or any of giventhat ancillary personal Courthouse, Post Office cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd Clerk of the Court
NOTICE TO his duly authorized Amended pursuant Final to a FLORIDA representative ore: Drawer B, Starke, Jacksonville, FL, one lot Pursuant to Section BY: Beulah Moody
CREDITORSSUMMARY deputies will sell the Judgment Frances M. Freeman, 242 Florida 32091. of tire and tube..used 865.09 Florida Statute) 5/9 4tchg 5/30

( property situate in Bradford 1985 entered the above on April entitled 9, PROBATE DIVISION Audubon Woods Road The names and addresses consigned to Southwest notice Is hereby given
by
ADMINISTRATION) County, Florida, Court In the above CASE NO.: 85-38-CP Clarksville, Tennessee of the personal Dade Utilities Miami that the undersigned NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
described as: styled cause, the undersigned ((1-3630)) 37043; d) and the nature representative and the FL, to satisfy freight and William Bosier Route 4, REGISTER
TO All PERSONS HAV A portion of the Northeast United States and approximate valueof personal storage charges, under Box 1018, Stark. Fl, FICTITIOUS NAME
Quarter the ancillary asset the provisions of Section (sole) (joint) owners,
ING CLAIMS OR (NE'/Oof) Marshal of his du IN RE: ESTATE OF NAN representative's attorney or
DEMANDS AGAINST THE the Southwest Quarter authorized or any NIE GRAHAM SANDERS are: Real property are set forth 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill doing business und.r the Pursuant to Section
deputieswill
ABOVE ESTATE: (SW/4)) and a portion of ly sell the deceased valued at approximately below of Lading. firm name of Bosier's 865.09, Florida Statutes,
You are hereby the Northwest Quarter property 9600000. All interested personsare 5/2 2tchg 59NOTICE Custom Constuctlon and notice Is hereby given
situate In Bradford County
notified that an Order of (NW/4)) of Southeast Florida described as NOTICE OF Executed this 3rd day rqulred to file with Mlllwork, Route 4, Box that the undersigned,
Summary Administrationhas Quart.r (SE%) of Section of land In the: ADMINISTRATIONThe of April 1985. this court. WITHIN THREE Is hereby 1018 Starke, FL 32091 T.R. Ratliff 301 North
A
b..n entered In the 28. Township 6 South, EV4 parcel of NEK of SE'/4 of Frances M. Freeman, MONTHS Of THE FIRST given that on Monday Intends to register said Lawtey, Fl. (sole) or
estate of JACK FOSTER Range 22 East, In the City NE'of Section 28, administration of Personal Represen PUBLICATION OF THIS May 13. 1985. at 10:00: fictitious name under the (joint) owners, doing

McCOMB, SR.. deceased of Starke, Bradford Township 6 South, Range the estate of NANNIE tative. NOTICE: 1)) all claims o'clock am., the undersigned aforesaid statute business under the firm
file number 83-29-CP, by County Florida, and being 22 East Bradford County GRAHAM SANDERS, against the estate and 2)) Gator Dated this 29th day of name of H A R Auto Service
the Circuit Court for more particularly Florida, said parcel deceased File Number Terence M. Brown Attorney any objection by an Interested Freightways, Inc. will April. A.D. 1985 In Brad 301 N. Lawt.y, Fl,
described follows for Personal sell at public auction for ford County. intends to said
Bradford County. as : 85-38-CP ((1-3630)), Is pending person on register
being particularlyd..crlbed
Florida, Probate Division Commence at the Intersection more as follows: in the Circuit Court Representative, whom this notice was cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd S/21tpd 5/23 fictitious name under the
the address of of the for Bradford County, P.O. Drawer 40 served that challengesthe Jacksonville, FL, one lot aforesaid statute.
which Is Bradford County Southerly boundary of pipe Commence located at at an the Iron Scorner E Florida Probate Division Stark. Florida 32091 validity of the will, of drapery hdwe. cosigned IN THE CIRCUIT FOR BRADFORD COURT Dated this 6 day of

Courthouse North Temple Bridges Street (formerly of said EVa and the address of ((904)) 964.8272 the qualifications of the to Miami Intl Airport, COUNTY, May, A.D. 1985 In Brad
Avenue, Stark., Seventh Street) and the run North 60'09" East which Is North T.mpl. 5/2 2tchq 5/9 personal representative, Miami. FL. to satisfy FLORIDA ford County.
Florida 32091 that the Westerly boundary of along the Easterly boundary Avenue, Stark., Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF venue, or jurisdiction of freight and storage 5/9 4tchg 5/30
total cash valu. of the Church Street and run' thereof 27.74 feet 32091. The names and FLORIDA the court. charge, under the provisions PROBATE DIVISIONFile
estate Is 15900.00 and thence South 17 degreesand to an Intersection withan addr..... of the personal EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURTIN ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS of Section 4b( ) of Number 84-111-CP NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
that th. names and addresses .45 minutes West Easterly prolongationof representativesand AND FOR NOT SO FILED Uniform Standard Bill, of Division "F" REGISTER
of those to along said Westerly the Northerly boundary the personalrepresentatives' BRADFORD COUNTY, WILL BE FOREVER BAR Lading. FICTITIOUS NAME

whom It has been boundary a distance of of the right of woof attorney FLORIDA RED. 5/2 2tchg 59NOTICE In RE: ESTATE OF CORAS.
assigned by such order 388.36 feet to a concrete Thomas St; thence are set forth Publication; of this Is hereby BALDOS. deceased. Pursuant to Section
or.: Emma M. McCombSR monument for point of South 8933'16" West below. CASE NO. 85.181.CA Notice has b.gun on May given that on Monday 865.09, Florida Statutes,
230 East Stark., Fl beginning. From point of along said Easterly prolongation All Interested persons 2 and May 9, 1985. May 13. 1985 at 10:00 NOTICE Of notice Is hereby given
32091 ; Barbara M. beginning thus described and along said are required to file with IN RE: The Marriage of Personal RepresentativeJean o'clock a.m., the undersigned ADMINISTRATIONThe that the undersigned,
Weldon 1343 Rogero Rd., run North 72 degreesand Northerly boundary this Court, WITHIN THREE BRIAN LEE HAWN husband Clark Gator Fred R. McElroy *
Jacksonville Fl; Jack F. 27 minute West a 166.96 feet to an Iron MONTHS OF THE FIRST and CONSTANCE Star Route 1, Box 120 Frelghtways, Inc. will administration of Patricia B. McElroy, joint

McComb Jr., 1716 10th distance of 108.76 feet to pipe for point of beginnning PUBLICATION OF THIS !HOECHST HAWN. wlf.NOTICEOF..CTlON. Hampton, FL 32044 sell at public auction for the estate of CORA S. owners, doing business
Street, Langley AFB. a concrete monument; ing. From point of.begin NOTICE: 1)) All claim Attorney for Personal cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. BALDOS, deceased, File under the firm name of
Virginia' 23665: CeciliaM. run thence South 17 thus described continue against the estate and 2)) Representative Jacksonville FL, one lot Number 84-111.CP, Is Stark. KOA Kom-
Gr..r 2201 99th degrees and 43 minutes South 8933'16" any objection by an Interested MARRIAGEOF Eugene F. Shaw of plastic artlles mty, pending In the Circuit pground, 1463 S. Walnut
Street Brodenton.- West a distance of 105 West along said Northerly person ono 92S-E North Temple Av. lug. consigned to Court for Bradford County Starke, Fl 32091 Intendsto
feet to a concrete monument o whom this notice was Starke. FL 32091 register said fictitious
33505. boundary 75,0 feet tan Am.rlcan Intern., Florida, Probate Division
All person are required : run thence South iron ; thenceNorth served that challenge* TO: BRIAN LEE HAWNaddress ((904)) 964.5200 Miami. FL, to satisfy the address of name under the
pipe
to fll. with the 72 degrees and 27 21'29" West the validity,af the will, unknown freight and storage which Is Bradford County aforesaid statute.
minutes East distanceof the qualification of the NOTICE Is hereby Dated this 6 day of
sold court. a
clerk of parallel with the Westerly charges, under the provisions Courthouse, North Temple _
WITHIN 3 CALENDAR 108.67 f..t to a concrete boundary of said E'/i- personal( representatives YOU ARE NOTIFIED given that on Monday. of Section 4b( ) of Avenue, Starke, May, A.D. 1985 In Bradford

MONTHS FROM TIME OF monument on 100.00 feet to an Iron venue, or that an action for May 13, 1985 at 1000, Uniform Standard Bill of Florida 32091. The County.
THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF aforesaid Westerly pipe; thence North jurisdiction of the Court. DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE o'clock a.m., the under ,lading. names and ad all boundary of Church ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS been filed signed Gator. .
THIS NOTICE 8935'16" East parallel l I has 'r 5/2 2tchg 3/9
claim against the estate greet, run thence North with aforesaid Northerly) NOT SO FILED I I' against you and you are Frelghtways. Inc.. will
In th. form and manner J/.degrees, 45 minutes boundary 75.0 feet to an WILL BE FOREVER BAR. required to serve a copy sell at public auction for NOTICE Is herby given
prescribed by Section East along saidW. .,''V' iron pipe: thence South RED. of your written defenses; cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. that on Monday. May 13. tti'sttff !

733.703 of the Florida boundary a distance of ,0'21'29''' East parallel Publication of this If any, to It on GERALDM. Jacksonville, Fl, one lot 1985, at 1000, o'clock I
Statut.. and Rule 5,490 LOS feet to point of with said Westerly boundary Notice has begun on May. HASKINS. Petitioner' of toilet seats consignedto a.m. the undersigned ..
of the Florida Rules of beginning at public out' 100.00 Tail To"1W '2. 1985. t Attorney whose addressIs Saint Solid. Hialeah, Gator Frelghtways, Irx. : MAY 12. I I

Probate and Guardian- cry to the highest and Point of, beginning al Personal: Represent 112 South Main Street Fl to satisfy frelghjcnd.. will sell at public auction

1 "ship Procedure CLAIMS AND- best bidder for cash at public outcry to' the tatives: Gainesville, FL32601.en.1 see |< '-.t, the storage provisions charge of*,Section under for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd... .." "." ,r' I II

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I," \ ryu. TELEGRAPH _. ._ .May: 9, 1M3! Baby) King..........

,,j\I:\ r- Baby Queen.......... Edwin Sam Powell Jr.,son of Mr.and Mrs.Edwin Powell of CMefland -. .;
'::1.l'l. and nephew of Mrs. Bernie Jackson and Mr. Lila Cook of Starke was
Heather Christine Sellers 10 month old daughter of Dale and Kim r crowned Baby King and King Photogenic in the 0-2 age division In the
l'l TA Sellers Lawtey was crowned Baby Queen at the Holiday Pageant; Holiday Pageant held Saturday.May 4,in the American Legion Building:
II f ,,. w w held Saturdayl\lay..at the American Legion Building Starke. The State finals will be held in Gainesville In June.
A 1 Heather will be competing In the State Holiday Pageant to be held In Sponsors were L.R. Beauchamp. Attorney at Law Chiefland and The .,
Gainesville July 5,sA 7. Beef House Restaurant. Fanning Springs. r
Honors Included a trophy,banner and crown.


Did You Know........... Did You Know..........

Lindsey Evan Gumber, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Ogden gates of and Mrs. Harold Bridge of
Mrs. Ruth Merlie returned Saturday of Mr.
Jacksonville and Father Burnelle
Mr. and Mrs. Tom last Wednesday
after with her Gumber of Somerset. Mass. were
eight days'visit
Gainesville were Sunday visitors of of Mr,and .
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Keystone Heights and granddaughter Edwin Sam Powell Jr. Mr.and Mrs. Robbie ShaUer. and Thursday guestsMrs. '
" 1 1'I Mrs. Michael Merlie in Hasbrouck of Mrs.Josephine Cumber Edward N. Green. I
; of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.Charles
' Heights, N.J. and son-in-law and Mrs. Kathleen McNeely and
'..\ daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Averain Baldree of in Theressa the Tiny was Stars firstrunnerup of Did You Know.., ......... daughter,Michele of Lakeland spent Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Teal spent
, Silver Spring Md. the weekend with her Mr.
Mediterrean
America Pageant held in Jacksonville parents April 20-April 27 on a
1'1 April 28. Friends of W.B. McKinney will and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Cruise and Mexico.
Mrs. Gilbert Brown visited her regret to hear that his wife, Selma, '
'Iil nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. is in intensive care at North Florida Duplicate Bridge Club results for "No pains, no gains."
W.P. Joyce in Tallahassee last Sun- Mike King of Leesburg spent last Regional Hospital after a heart bypass April 30 were: first Frankie Senser English proverb"It
day to Thursday. week with his mother, Mrs. Gloria while his mother Mrs. Ruby and Lillian Daniel; second Ida
'I I: Heather Seller King. Goodman Geriatric is in Center.the Green Cove Springs Shaw and Evelyn Griffin; third i is well for the heart to be naive
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Doris TibbrtU and Dorothy Cawley. and for the mind not to be.
.A...hnlA...-.. .CrftnMA.....-
Bridal Shower For


I I\, Mrs. Alan Norton Rawson The New Owner

Mrs.Alan Norton was honored at a
friends ,
bridal shower given by on
Saturday,May 4,at the Hampton City

I I Mrs.HaU.Brenda Jones supervised the A Renewed Commitmentededication

game played. Winners were Mrs.
I Joann Hicks and Mrs. Dolores

I Meng.,Mrs. Brenda Jones kept the gift
i list. Presenting the gifts. was Mrs. To You
Dottie Roberts. .
.1 The honoree was presented with a
yellow daisy corsage. Special guests .
presented with dogwood blossom MEAT _
corsages were Mrs. Lillian Slade, A pr "
I mother of the honoree,Mrs.Mildred a. :- : r"
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I Williamson, grandmother,and Mrs. (l
Sally Thompson, the groom's '
I mother. PRICES EFFECTIVE\ THURSDAY, ..,. ...._,::z-;=:::
.
I with The a refreshment yellow and white table lace covered cloth MAY 9 THRU WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, : Lt : ll -;::::-..-.-..;-;
I hat 1985.! QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.PILLSBURY. :=:::::"-=.---
was centered with a large straw ;
surrounded with yellow flowers.

The cake was Iced in yellow ,,, ._....d SLICE BACON s= '
andcentered
decorated with yellow roses,
with a heart design holding
double golden rings. Fruit punch,
mints and nuts were served from Sb urys PLANTATION
I' .
crystal containers. .BEST BONELESS
I. The bride was presented with a
decorative recipe file box containing :.xxu HICKORY SMOKED

I favorite recipes of the guests and CHUCK ROAST
hostesses. SLICED BACON
Hostesses for the shower were '
I l f Mrs. Florrie Davis, Mrs. Brenda dour
;I. Jones, Mrs. Florence Jones, Mrs. ..

i f f i: Dottie Waters.Roberts and Mrs. Alice Fayei $138 $138 ,H


!It; .!; Miss Nancy- Lee 1LB '
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I I Honored at Showers LB PKG.


: Miss Nancy Lee, whose marriage PLAIN OR SELF RISING
to Norman will be event of
\ Ray an TOP QUALITY GRAIN FED
t 1 May 25,was honored at two showersin FRESH PORK SlICED C"IBF .
FLOOR .
: .
$ 178
Theme of Mr. and Mrs. D.M. QUARTERPORK $128 CALIFORNIASTEAKS
'
I Hale on Silver Lake was the setting 5 LB BAG
;: for a bridal shower given April 16 by LOIN LB
Carolyn Hale, .Melanie Roberts, tir

r' J f Linda Kathy.Barber flallmark; ;. Glenda. Sfaaw and/ :- ; !USDA e&BbP CROCK ? ;::; ,i f q;: i w..r a : I

Mrs. Hale entertained the guests 7 ; TOP QUALITY GRAIN FED ,
t with a medley of songs played on the I -9 FRESH PORK $ .

I I piano.The hostesses presented the CORNISH 24OZAvasize 8 CENTER COT: lOL,

honoree with two water goblets of HENS LB PORK CHOPS LB '
her chosen crystal as a memento of ,
the occasion.
.... TOP QUALITY GRAM FED FRESHSIRLOIN 3 BREAST OTRS.WITH SACKS 3 LEO
FLASH
HALF SUCED FREE FROZENARROW
OTRS WITH BACKS 3 OIBLET POS
On Monday night a bridal showerwas JUMBO PORK ROAST ua1.28U LOTS OF CHICKEN La.58 TOOTH
given at the Heilbronn Baptist TOP CHOICE U.SJXA.TOP CHOKE FLOUNDER. ts1.38
Church Fellowship Hall by Mrs.Lois BOUNTY BONELESS BEEFCALIF. BONELESS! BEEF FOR STEW VAC PAC HICKORY
Bennett, Mrs. Betty Cassels, Mrs. ROAST U1.78 CHUCK CUBES u,1.88TYSON'S SMOKED CENTER CES F
Linda Norman, Mrs. Betty Norman, TOWELS LEAN FRESHLY GROUND HAM S Ls1.08 ;
Mrs. Maida Williams, Mrs. Kathryn TRAY PACKED
BEEF CHUCK. HYQRADE PURE
PORK
",, Luke, Mrs.Faye King and Mrs. Bar. f ASSTDMICROWAVE .La1.68 CORN DOGS. wca 1.18 ROLL '
bara Reddish. OH DESIGNER SAUSAGE L..98 ;
The bride-elect's raspberry color I Ig ONE ROLL
II theme was carried out in the floral DAIRY -- '" DELISUNNYLAND
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decorations. The gift table was
: centered with a raspberry silk arrangement 7 g"-... TROPICANA HALF GALLON I&OZPKG.
balanced by crystal can 100% PURE .'
t die holders with raspberry candles. ORANGE $"199 JUMBO
The refreshment table was centered r. FRANKS $169.
I with a sheet cake topped with a bride
JUICE MEAT OR BEEF
I doll cake decorated with raspberry -
\ silk flowers. .The punch table was KRAFTMRACLE T MEAT BEEF OR THICK SI..ICEDLYKESBOLOONA.

; highlighted with ferns and MARGARINE .99 Tr :1.69

f,f, raspberry silk flowers. AIOTTSAPPLE AXELROO( CHUNKY,WWPLD OH EASY BET ..., x 318 CAN
Among the 31 guests that attended '1
between the hours of 7:30: and 9 p.m. COTTAGE CHEESE 3 oz1.89 "." r AOAR'SHAM..5.99 .>'
1 was the honoree's mother and KRAFTINOMOUAULYSUCED l.' ', ,) ". ROUND OR SQUARE
t grandmother, Mrs. J.W. Lee and AMERICANcV5Sf. oz1.79 N ,; OSCAR MAYER V=T' 'Ptin aOZ 1.99
Mrs. J.D. Gaskins and Mrs. Frank JUICE KAHN-S CHUNK

{t i Norman, mother of the propsective "'% APPLE GRAPE OR APPLE RASPBERRY OUR CREAM 2 .oz ..89'ti' ----. BRAUNSCHWOGER 16 1.29 -r:'
groom. a 3 PACK
The hostesses presented the
I honoree with a silver chafing dish as BAKERY FROZEN HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS
; : a memento of the occasion. C
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f Engaged Couple KING SIZE JENO'SCRISP
DR. WESTTOOTHBRUSHES
I Honored at Party AND TASTYPIZZA

I',i WHITE BREAD .
Miss Nancy Lee and Ray Norman,
j'' : whose marriage will be an event of 20OZLOAF AU.VARIETIES HARD,MEDIUM OR SOFT

t ,I; May 25, were honored at a couple's
: party and bridal shower Saturday $ 149
':1 night given by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne KRAFTDRESSING / 99 5/$1
I: s Kinney, Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and 10.30Z
tl f Mr and Mrs. Douglas Hardy at the. .1. FROZEN
R home of the latter of E. Call Street. FRENCH ITAlIAN,1000 .
As the guests arrived they were ISLAND OR CATALJNA 1&OZ BtRDSEYC CONOmON(KO2 ra) .
greeted by Mr. Hardy and Mrs.Kin ,i.tt3OZBOTTLF COUNTRY SQUIRE COOL WHIP 1302 1 .09 EXTRA BODY OR POOZQZ1.29''
\ ney and presented them with a glass FRENCHBREAD 2/$109 AUNTJEMMAREOULAM CLA1ROL
i of champagne. Mrs. Redgrave Invited I I I I OR CINNAMON EXTRAJIEaULAR,
'! the guests into the garden $ 39 FRENCH TOAST .oz .99 CONDI'noNINoORSEHSr11VE :,

< room where games were played and I ] AUNT JEISMA EDGE GEL .. .QZ 1.49! .
prizes awarded. NATURE'S GRAM 1&OZ RGQULAA OR BLUEBERRYWAFFLES ACTtFED CAPSULES 10 COUNT OH ,
.' After the couple opened their gifts WHITE ( . 1502 .99 ACTIFED TABLETS CT.1.49 :
the guests were invited Into the dining -' rouA-PARr 2/l REGULAR ALL VARKTES SUPER ULTRA ''
room for refreshments. The' BREAD MORTONDlNNZRS .99 SCHICK BLADES ? '
'. table was covered with a silk embroidered 11
cloth and centered with a .
crystal bowl of roses. Silver and
1 T
crystal trays held finger foods. IJr':1
In the garden room the refresh- ,A
ment table was covered with a Ar SUNSWEETPRUNE 'v EIGHT : ': -p.
my/Navy cloth and centered with a. TETLEY M COKE, DIET .

silver and crystal vase of roses. I :1 FAMILY SIZE pL'O'CLOCK' : COKE, TAB, :
Mrs. Bernard Jacobsen presided at
the punch bowl which was encircled JUICE TEA BAGS EIGHTOTLOC COFFEE : SPRITE ofMELLOYELLO fsN

with roses. 48OZJAR 1I 24 COUNT | < 1 LB BAG ''I i
et
At points of Interest In'the party BEAN: I ". .
rooms were beautiful arrangement ... .
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of roses and hanging baskets of ICOFFCE $199 TWO 7 9 ;
plants. In the living room. silver pitchers $159$159 1 UTEH 1 1
held yellow roses. I f, WITH THIS COUPON t
The hosts presented the couple > : GOOD THI COUPON j WED MAY PER ITEM.18,IMS, .

with a dinner plate of their chosen '... . .. .. -,
china pattern as a memento of the
occasion. STARKE-430 WEST MADISON STREET

Forty couples attended between
UM hour of S and 10 p.m.




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will Jessie Mae Sparkman of they .arrived. The tables were Adults. They meet at 1:45: a.m.each
First Baptist Church ,vice receive these gifts. First,Baptist Church ,
.
Gainesville Sunday for Bible
Vera morning
All Collins of Fairbanks covered with white Army/Navy stud y
Will Honor mothers are encouraged to Honors Senior Adults The Pastor. Ben Bryant i
Mothers worship God this Mildred Cox of Waldo, Hazel cloths and centered with miniature ; .
on special day. Moran Idell Williams of Department Director, :
Mother's Day is also Lawtey, straw baskets filled with burgundyand
Each year on Mother's Day, the which to honor the a special faith of day on Bradenton,Pauline Francis of Fort white flowers with an arrangement Sunday, May 5 was "Senior Adult
our Myers.i, Fred and Lera thaw of the Sunday' at Church of
Pint Baptist Church of Starke deceased mothers by of the same flowers in First Baptist
honors Godly mothers for their God. worhsipplng urunson, Ruth Owsley of High Spr- bride's colors of burgundy and white Starke this is an annual event of the
.Christian Influence in their home ings, Rhoda Dampier of Theressa ''at the head table. At the bride's church to honor these Senior Adults
and. community. and Martha McClane, Carolyn place: was a bride doll holding a bou- who are such an important part of AdMOUNClMG
This Sunday, every mother present BHS Class off 34 Redgrave, and S.R. and Dorothy quet of burgundy and white flowers. the church's ministry. < I :
in the 8:30 a.m. worship services Hold Sltt Reunion Johns, all of Starke. Corsages were given to the The Senior Adults formed a choir' -
will receive a gift of ap recia- honoree, her mother, Mrs. Wayne to sing in the lloo: a.m.worship ser-
lion from the church. The gift this Bradford School class of 1934 Massey and mother of the prospective vice. Following the service they Donald Tatum Davis J
is wood High Terri Massey HonoredAt Mrs. Andrews.The were treated to a lunch In their
year a lovely fiber rose stick held its 51st class reunion Saturday groom Ervin Don and Robin Davis of Raiford
pin. night, April 27 in the Western Steer LuncheonMiss honor in the church fellowship hall. announce the birth of a son, Donald :
During these There were seventy in attendance at
worship services, Steak House. Tatum, born April 4 in Alachua
one of the children of each mother After the dinner the went to Terri Massey was honored at hostesses presented the the lunch. The food was prepared by General Hospital. 4
party
will be given the lover stick pin to the home of Carolyn Redgrave for a bridemaid's luncheon Saturday honoree with a piece of her chosen the younger adult Sunday School Maternal grandparents are Mr. i
pin on their the mother several hours of fellowship, May 4, at the Econo Lodge given by china pattern as a memento of the departments The Senior Adults and Mrs.Tom Tatum,Jr.of Lawtey. ;
baa no children in the service, one of reminiscing about their school days the groom's aunts Mrs. Carl Hurst, occasion. were served by some of the youth of Great grandparents are Mr. and ':
the church: : staff or a deacon will give and for another get- Mrs. Stephen Kelley} and Mrs. Ver- Place cards were used for the 18 the church. Mrs.T.W.Tatum,Sr.of Lawtey and
making plans
the pin to the mother. Only those non Reddish. attending which included the grand- The Adult VI Department of the Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Pearson of .
together next year. mothers of the Sunday School Is composed of Senior
mothers Starke.
who couple
are- present in the ser- Those attending were Joe and Punch was nerved the guests as
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
John E. Davis of St. Augustine and
the late Iris Sapp Davis of Raiford.
Great grandmother Is Mrs. Myrtle

.Of Pantry Pride Brings Sapp of Ralford.


Victoria Dawn Felicetty

"Ralph and Alma Felicetty, Jr. of
To Starke announce the birth of a
: Excellence And daughter Victoria Dawn,born April

23.Maternal
grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. A.R. Johnson, Jr. of
Our Valued Customers. Starke. Paternal grandparents are
Mr.and Mrs.Ralph A.Felicetty,Sr.
of Anchorage, Alaska. Maternal
great grandmother is Ruby Gunterof
Starke. Paternal great grand-
PRODUCE mother Is Nell Collinsworth of Anchorage

,Alaska.


/ ieob Joshua Travis Milner
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I fl Susan and Richard Milner announce -
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WE WILL CONTINUE TO the birth of a son, Joshua
REDEEM CASH DIVIDEND Travis, born April 30 in Alachua
; r General Hospital.Maternal .
tsf
-y CERTIFICATES THRU MAY 11, 1985. grandparents are Mr.

and Mrs. William Miller, of
o Gainesville, and Lloyd Allen of
c Starke. Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milner. also of
Starke.
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Hampton Hilites


FRESH

By Dolores Meng
FRESH YELLOWBROCCOLI Phone 468-1915 I

Gratitude I
CORN The Benefit held recently for the
New City Park was declared very
MOTHER'S DAY SMCM& successful with profits of some$300
; 16 PIECE realised. Mrs. Ohe Shepherd,
Chariman, wishes to escpeclaUy
.. IRONSTONEDINNERWARE thank those who donated cakes and
7 9.. 10 $159 other supplies. Mrs. Elwood
SET Padgett and Mrs. Mabel Mc-
Cullough, the Strawberry Jammer
BUNCHJUMBO EARS I (REGULAR PRICE$29.99)) Band and the Lake City Band are
among those who deserve speical

I II $ 99 thanks for their assistance.

FRESH 'y Bridal Shower
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HEAD GREEN $' .!1?" IPRICE.. "V $ '.' I J W'CAUUFLOWER I MrsKelly .Slade- Norton wasm".,
$139 6/ honored with a Bridal Shower given
caKES / .. SERVICE FOR ASSORTED PATTERNS by friends on Sat night, May 4, at
x 9OZ MUGS,8 W SOUP BOWLS, 7'/,"SALAD the City Hall.
PLATES AND 9" DINNER PLATES.OVENPROOF
M ROWAVEOVENUSHWASHFE'D'ANJOU Farewell Dinner
FRESH JUICY Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and Mr.
WATERMELONS FRESHPEACHES Rudy DeWaters attended the
19 99 Farewell Picnic Dinner given by the
Bradford Senior Citizens Club on
. LB r Monday, May 6, at the home of
Henry Easterling on Bedford Lake.
HICPEARS. Club members Travette and June
EATING FRESH CELLO FRESH YELLOW will be to
Smith, who leaving soon
. . is.69 RADISHES. S2 .14 SQUASH. 3 F 31.00 FRUIT spend the summer months at their
i
FRESH CELLO FRESH OREENONIONS FRESH CALIFORNIA I I r I' northern home were honored with a

CARROTS..2 siS .49 . .411.00 LEMONS. . 101.99 DRINKS grilled hamburger dinner and food
: ALL FLAVORS specialties brought along by some
. 64OZJARJIF twenty friends who attended.


I JUNE BOY RICE A RONI R.C. COLA, DIET KALKAN [ U of F GraduateCongratualtions to Mrs. Claire

RITE, R.C. 10O or DOG FOOD $119 .. Brunetti who graduated on Sat.,
SWEET RELISH YELLOW RICE VERNOR GINGER ALE ALL VARIETIES May 4, from the University of
Florida with a Masters Degree in
:: ;: w... English and Humanities. <
59 2/$1 $159 3 9
, 80Z 14-OZ
JAR BOX 120ZCAN 6 PACK CAN Condolences
Sympathy is extended to the fami-
, NABISCO GREAT ly and friends of Mr.Leonard(Jack)
ALMOST HOME ALL VARIETIES CRISP OR BETTER CHEDDARSNABISCO Hall who died on April 26.
COOKIES 120Z1.59 ...: SNACK CRACKERS wz1.O9 Sympathy also to family and
NABffiCO COOKIES JAR friens of Mrs. Mary Lou Ditter who

OIEO> SANDWICH oz2.O9i ''a Dfnnrr 'N-- KRAFT MUSTARD KOZ .88 PEANUTBUTTER died on May,4.Wedding.

NA8IIICO ._
PENMUM .I, : ROACH TRAPS > .89 Anniversay
SALTINES PA CN SMOOTH OR CRUNCHY Congratulations to John and Deb-
1&OZ JAR bie Weimer who celebrated their
11th Wedding Anniversary on May 4,
IN THE DELI/BAKERY STORES ONLY
May Birthdays I
$169 May 1- Julie Dorminay; May 3 I
.1 Christopher VanSyckel; May 4 -
LEAN COUNTRY PRIDE FRESH BAKED Elisa Aviles Sierra; May Tammy I

BOILEDHAM FRESH FRIED WHITEBREAD Peeples; 'May 7 Melissa Stone;
May 9-Jason Watson, Angela
" CHICKEN and Tom Ellis; May 10- Allison Ar-
/ chey, Jeannie Hodge and Harold
Mitchell.

:."- $ 19 C WESSONCORN Hampton Elementary School 1

I $6 69 !

HALF *** SATCHEL 16 PIECE LOAF The PTA Successful Bar-B-Que Supper Supper heldat

POUND OIL the school on Friday, May 3,
brought in$612. Profits will go to a
4SOZ BOTTLE new computer for the school.
those deserving special
Among
PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH SEED LAME OR SOFT PLAIN SESAME recognition for their efforts in mak-

Lebanon Bologna. 1.99 HAM & EACH Sandwich Roll. 81.89 $ 2 4 9 _--_ ing Chariman this an, enjoyable Louis Marney meal were and the the

MOTHER DAY
DOMESTIC CHEESE good cook, Randy Scoggins. Other
Shoot Cake 4.99 --
Swiss Cheese FHALF 1.89 SANDWICH $169 MOAN C necessary workers were Debbie
DELUXE HEALTH HALF POUND ON A FRESH MOTHER'S DAY Broome, Sallye Scoggins, Bill San-
VegetaWo Salad . .89 eAKEDCRDuSANrBUSH'S RoseCake..uYER 8.99 ford, Debbie Donnerstag, Beverly
Padgett Shellia Padgett, Judy Ar-
chey, Cyndee Lawrence and Sue

Marney.
'CASH; A&W MILWAUKEE'SBEST The PTA appreciates the dona-
tions of parents and the patronage of
: PEPSI COLA ROOT all who came to enjoy the supper.
,
; Members of the Seventh Grade
: DIET PEPSI, BAKED BEER BEER Class are also grateful to those who
contributed to the/ bake sale they
I 7-UP or J BEANS II REGULAR OR SUOAR FREE 6 PACK 12-OZ CAN cnducted that evening. Profits will
6 PACK 12-OZ CAN ..,. C
i MOUNTAIN DEW i 21-OZCAN / _!\ go toward their Class Trip.
I t t pIlM lia l lI
I / r $149 Super P.E.Students q
PACK OQC ; -, Those named Super P.E.Students 1
I 16OZ: BTL \ 5 g = by Coach Keith Tetstons for the
b
I WITH THIS J r,
*COUPON PLUS DEPOSIT LIMIT 1 COUPON PER y week April 29 to May 3 were: Rox- .
: REAL GOOD THRU WED I ..r ;.' ann Condon, Tori Hersey Christina ;
,, .. "-------F ...J ,Broome, Jason Padgett Della ;
Kosar, Regina Padgett, Jodi Ford I
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011OO'I' W ma wt N..IN MWAM 101.MTIDL OOIN.T.RN011.
D and Pam Rhoden. ,J


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LtKE I! ?ITV' FL 32035 ;, ; AC0Uie970009 I 13 4S 21 IS JAMES t PAULINE'* l" IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL.J00203TCCO3 T 1.0X318-C STRICKLAND FAYE E 'ID

33 fti 20' ('. 'l6Yu' COM AT Nk COR OF El/2 OF f 4 BOX 1308'' '''''TEY FL 32cs" PO BOX ei ;w

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i r, ': i # Lislia Long first at state track'.eet 9 Sapp records near nrlss' :


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.-Lisha Long became Bradford excellent time of 12.09, Loper said. Robert Bellamy long jumped 19 The Sprint Medley Relay team fLex All the team participants closedout and 440, the Boys 880-yard relay of
High' tint girl ever to win a state Lori Sapp came back in the two feet, 2 inches in the rain which Sanders (22.8)), Robert Bellamy the season in fine style and as a Sanders Bellamy, Jones and either III:
II championship In any mile with a 12:34,03 time which was hambered all the jumper's efforts. ;((22.7), Tony Jones ran another fan- result some have qualified for the Kenny Hall or Lattimora Williams.
I. I Through trisho good enough for 12th. Paul McKinney ran a fine 880 in tastic 440 in 48.46 and Jimmy prestegious Golden South Track Also Lisha Long in the shot, Lori
\ Usha Long hurled the shot put 38 2:07.45: which was 12th overall, 'Hankerson's 880 anchor (2:09.68): Classic later this month. Sapp in the mile and Kelley Jackson I.

$1 feet and three inches. Her discus efforts The Boys... Loper said. finished_7th overall 'in 3:43: .64.. They are. : Tony JonesJithei !L in the 880.--_. .' ''J
'- 1 ;
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\ were hampered by showers .. ... .. .. _
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i i where she finished 10th of 16 entries ..G_ __ -'fill u. .. '- "'-' .
; j\ i ..with abest_ throw.M Tfcjfefit ,

i I '" i \ \ Lori Sapp came within three- f
A Name
.. : I tenths of a second of being the se- Change
i cond state champion from the team
,I", i in the mile run with a closing sprint After 25 Years in Starke

:: i\ and outstanding time of 5:17 flat.

i 1\, j I |' JThejwinner's.time was 5: 8.7. 7 . ..... .. .... ". ,.. "
;
: \ Has Dropped
i I All of the girls and boys represen- r ,
I i ting Bradford did well, according to : The
I,: ': _Coach George Loper.
!
Farmers Mutual Exchange
i I The girls team finished 12th

1' U, ..overall' out of over 40 schools. Of Atlanta, Georgia Logo ;

i '' The girls 440-yard relay team of "
:
1 Pat Barber, Kelley Jackson, Felicia .:__',. 1,'t.t', This has been done in an effort to change the imageof
,i Davis and Roberta Wiliams ran m .d : V. """' ,i
i their best time of the year in 51.09 to -- > AYA.oIl _c;. Gold Kist's chain of stores from a "Farmers Only"

: -finish 12th.Roberta. Winners.. operation to a retail outlet for everyone in the com-

Williams finished 9th Lisha Long (at lefOcaptured a first ever first place at the state track munity. In the past, people thought the I
.overall! .in the! 100-yard dash.with an. meet while Kim Sapp missed a first by the slimmest of margins.an many
Farmers Mutual
Exchange was for members only or

I an insurance

Bradford Fi Run set Saturday company.I I ;

". .. -
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The Annual Bradford Fitness Fun ..,,:>;H iI6tvt.i.t I:: t .h'bIJ __ ILq.l
I Run, including a 5-K and one-mile ., : J.J7JJJdJJJJ.kbtlJJttlUtlU! invites everyone in the community to come by and
; : run is set for this Saturday, May 11 _... ., ,
: at the hospital. Y check its large product lines. These include garden

I The S-K run starts In front of the supplies, fertilizer and chemicals for lawns and
I Bradford Health and Fitness Center, BRADFORD HOSPITAL
1 the sponsoring organization, at 8:30: pastures, fencing, salt for water conditioners and a

; a.m.The one-mile Fun Run starts at CENTER FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS full line of horse tack.IjE .
9:30: a.m. .
Sponsors for' the event are the :'

Florida National Bank Bradford
'. Inc., and the Center for' I''GOLDKISTl I
Heath and Fitness.All proceeds will w
be used to build par-course: and ..; '
jogging trail next to the hospital. : 4 will still be your feed headquarters; be it dogs, cats,
Some 120 runners are expected to A- x
rabbits
participate In this the third annual cows, horses, or hogs.Go .

event.A I
par''course is a fitness trail with f

a number of stations along the route
'I where the runner does a variety of

exercises, such as sit-ups or pull-

ups.All participants In. the 5-K race ByToday I
will receive a souvenir T-shirt and 1 I Store

there are trophies for first place Ready for the Winners... _

overall male and female, as well as Bradford Health and Fitness Center Exercise Specialist Mlquel Fran- ,
I first place division winners. quiz Is ready to give out some trophies In the Annual Fun Run set for this i
All participants of the onemilerun Saturday. is located at ,

will receive a ribbon. The entry O Bradford County Fairgrounds i
fee is $1 for the Fun Run and $7 for Next to Stats Farmers Market
the 5K race. For more information facility will be like. I
contact the Center for Health and In addition BH, is providing its an- I I
Fitness at 964-4210. nual free health screening clinics to .

On Tuesday May 14, local include blood pressure mailings, *" _t" I
\ residents are invited to Join the staff cholesterol levels, "?,. PUBLIC NOTICE I '
at the hospital for a sneak preview of and ,hearing tests, There is no ,v .H3
the new hospital's interior. A tour of ehareg for anv nf the tests '. ." ," ,

the current facility will include "BU"tie'd 1eSsii l activities As provided l by Chapter"iPT",1'Acts' of .1974 Notice is hereby given that, thereon and the Tax Collector wllf' ply to the Circa1!''Courf for art'orderS ,
,
viewing artistic renderings of what each year as part of National, '
eactr new department ''the .new Hospital Week. ". *"." """" '- ** tangibly personal.prppe; a/e assessed for the year )J984 are.now d.rearrtg fevf cVnd: !SerabfeWneTang/ble l / |SeVs6>fti Property 6ftne'' tdk/ 01)delinquent
I and Ap/il, 1. such taxes are drawing interest at 18 payers for unpaid taxes; penalties and additional The
beginning cost. names of,
d' .1..,. ri""I.,.... sent 1 ._u__ .. _
percent per year plus tne proportionate cost of publishing mm notice -- :q persona 1 property taxpayers and me amounts of taxes (nand -
delinquent cost. Unless the amounts set opposite each name below c uuednncastareasf advertising for the first month's penah, .elm-

I. Church League Results are paid prior to the 30th ddy of April 1986, warrants will be issued q :


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Northside leads the Church Soft- ble followed by Barry Warren with a 100001-000-7 (17.48 OUCK INN MCKINNEY JAMES A STARLING GEORGE
ball League at 6-1 after a month's double. Mike Chappell tripled to A & K FEED STORE I JAMES & HELEN SMItH STAR RT 1 BOX 148 RT 1 BOX 76
plays which began April 15. send in the second run. RT 4 BOX 1C72I 1202 N KELLER SI HAMPTON FL 32044100653OCO8 STARKE 32091 FLA

Smyrna Baptist? is second at 5-1, Jimmy Alvarez had a single in the ROY AOKINS STARKE 32051100319OCO2 FLA $5.60
their only loss is to Northside Baptistin 2nd inning for Northside and scoredon STARKE FLA 150.76'FORO MCRAE A R 100908-000-5 19.61
the Starke Recreation Depart- a double by Buddy Revels. Kenny 32C91100040bba4 LARRYP 1 1029 PALM'" ST SUTHERLAND 2 BOX 62-F JOHN bRT

ment sponsored play. Chitty was the only Northside batterto 'iso.76 O BOX 236 KEYSTONE HOTS FL 32696100659OCO4 STARKE FL 32091
First Methodist and the Starke two hits ST.20
get Monday night. CIVILS WESLEY A HAMPTON FL 32044
Stars (Sr. Boys) are 5-2 are tied for POBOX aRA1FORO } MELTON CLARENCEBOX 100914-000-6 $290.77
third. New River is 3-4 and in fifth F.Meth.19. Airpark 5 FL 32C83100041000i 100382-000-5 240.94 149HAMPTON TAR HILL VENDING
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place. Airpark is 2.5 and sixth. The First Methodist's team blasted 10 FORSVTH PLUMBINGP FL 32044 4441 BRAGG BLVD
junior Boys are seventh at 1-5. (146.68 0 BOX 666 100700-000-9 (42.84 FAVETVILLE NC 26303
base hits in a row in the first inning
Madison Street Baptist trails at 07. B & M STARTER L GENERATOR STARKE FL 32091100435'00C2 MOTEL UNDERWOODRT 100932000.1B2.91
against Airpark April 30, scoring 10
Since there is no men's Softball 238 E WASHINGTON ST (28.97 2 BOX 460 THE MEAT STORE
runs on 13 hits in that opening inningfor
STARKE FL 32C91 STARKE FL 32C91 112 W ADAMS STREET 1802
league this spring, the Senior Boys, a 19-5 over Airpark. GRIFF IS LAtaERENCERT
calling themselves the Starke Stars 3 BOX 164 JACKSONVILLE FL 32202
nine the 100705000$656.94
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and the Junior Boys play in the next innings the Methodists finished a K MARCUS INC STARKE FL 32091100470OCO MUTUAL LUMBER COMPANY 100936-000-8 (28.73
Church League. with 19 runs.Airpark P 0 BOX 913 -2 86.63 P O BOX 28 THOMAS AUTO SAFEY
scored 5 runs but could MELROSE FL 32666 .,.J i" HARLEY S C JR STARKE FL 32C91 I COLON THOMAS -
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to win by two runs, 5-2, May 6. Sutton. The team had a total P 0 BOX 923 HWY 21-N : RT 1 BOX He 32091
Barry Thomas was 3 for 4 and of 23 hits compared to 17 for Madison MELROSE FL 32666 STARKE. FL J2C91 100818-030-6: $23.06 '
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PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR RENT
CLEAN MOBIL HOMES, for rent. On

EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part RENTLEASEFOR Hwy. 16 W. Clot to prison. Call

SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: All time work Send resume to P.O. 964.7530 or 468.132310/07 fin

mok.* cleaned, oiled and adjusted| Drawer 280 Starke, FL 32091. 1/03 tin SALE OR TRADE: IN STARKE Two. STUDIO APARTMENT: Weekly monthly : :" ':'' "'::": :;::: ": ';:
$15. Used sewing machines for sale. EXPERIENCED SALES PERSON Apply In story building on corner of Call 8 rates. Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple I' 't' t''f.' '"''

James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. person at Olins Mobile Home, Hwy Thompson Sts., one block from City Av. 7/28 tfn
and Hwy. 16 Slarke. 961.8733.1/03 ifn Hall. 356.6849.221tin NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2
100 Starke. 3/14 tin Clyde W. Simpson. : ,
CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed free EXCELLENT INCOME for port time home BA opt.For more Information call Lake : ,: ( rw ilIcfjiJrtfV
estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. assembly work.: For Info. call ((504)) COMMERCIAL PROPERTY! Loose Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity
Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559.3/29 641-8003 Ext. 9579. 4/11 EOW 5/23. 4800.6800 sq ft. Hwy 301 South Housing. 6/7 tfnchg
tin > AFTERNOON EVENINGS WEEKENDS 9648848. 5/9 Itchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobil Horn. Two
MACHINE QUILTING: Crib to King size. Must be neat, cheerful and depen BR, I BA. $150per mo. Furnished or un LREALTY'"EL ,
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Also ,have quilts for sale. Assorted dable. Aply in person 782.35801awtey BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES furnished. Purchase option. $69-$89 -
sizes and designs. Betty Hlldebrond, Shell/lce Cream Churn. 5/25 2lchq per month plus lot.4737560. 3/28.6/27 ...
964.8122.6/21 tfnchg MIDDLE AGED WOMEN TO DO GENERAL FOR RENT 2/BR unfurnished house No CECELIAIERWIIUGAR PHONE 964.7776

WANT TO DRINK MOTEL WORK and some housework. YR ESTABLISHED children or pets 964-8464 alter 4 p.m. 205 N. Temple Starke
MOTORCYCLE SER 5/9 !!
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Own private and 5/2 2lehg
room salary,
WANT TO VICE Gross 100.400 thousand per FOR RENT NEAR GRAHAM nice I/BR
STOP'THAT'S 9647184. 5/2
Itchg LAKE IT'S CALLED LIVING MAIN HOUSE. 2nd
KINGSLEY
vnr YOU ASKED FOR Ill!
furnished
Trailer In
Country. Completely
OURS SAWYER AIR CONDITIONING INC one OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR HOME FOR RENTAL OR FAMILY LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT) TWO
Alcoholics Anonymous of the largerst Independent air conditioning Ladies apparel, childrens, large size, 4851371.59 Including Itchg air 60.00 per week CAR GARAGE. HUGE STORAGE ROOM BOATHOUSE DOCK. COMPLETELY
964-4150-964-6894-9&4-5434 service companies in Northeast combination sstore accessories Jar.
PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE!IU
JUNE FIRST 3/BR 2/BA, FENCED, PAVED DRIVEWAY
pd thru 8/16 Florida Is looking for a few good service dache, Chic Lee, Levi, Easy Street, AVAILAILE
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, men. Benefits include top salary Izod, Esprit Tomboy, Calvin Klein W/Garage. Central H/AC Fenced ACRES 1 LARGE FARM HOUSE 85000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL. BARN
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY paid holidays, vacations, training anda Sergio Valente, Evan Picone Liz back yard, paved, dead-end street No WORKSHOP, 3.2'\ POLE BARN FENCED ft CROSSFENCED VARIETY OF
9646078. Orders also taken In Lake career with a fast moving area Claiborne, Member Only Organically indoor pets $35O.OO/mo.Call evenings FRUIT TREES.
Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, leader. Call today for a confidential In. Grown, Gasoline Healthtex, Over 9645392. 5/9 tfn 907 CYPRESS ST. 3 BR 1% B STUCCO 6 YRS.OLD $43,000. ASSUM MORT.
473.4973. 2/26 tin terview. 964-7701. 5/2 tin 1000 others. $7.900 to $24,900 Inventory SMALL 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on $29,500 MO. PAY. $304.33.10'1.%.
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infants and FEDERAL STATE ft CIVILtJobs now training, fixtures, Grand open- large private lot call 9647625. William STUNNING CEDAR & BRICK APPROX. 2294 SQ. FT.
toddlers up to 5 years of age receive available In your area. Call Ing etc can open In 15 days Mr. Silcox. 5/9 Itpd CONNERLY ESTATES BACK PORCH WITH WET BAR
excellent care. Weekdays 77. Call 16195698304.52 3tpd 5/13 Loughlin ((612)) 8884228. 5/2 Itpd. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT $225 mo plus STONE FIREPLACE, BEAMED CEILINGS, SCREENED
413.7864.4/04 tfn GOVERNMENT JOBS: $15,000 OWN A BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN's SHUT sec deposit call 9646166. 5/9 Itchg CORNER LOT

NEW METHOD CARPET DRY CLEANING $50,000/yr possible. All occupations. Offering the latest in fashions, Health UNFURNISHED br 2'/i bath house 313 CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW, DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEXOF
SERVICE Dry cleaning soilguord, Call 805.687.6000 Ext. R-5504 to find Tex, Izod, Levi, Lee Chic Jordache N Walnut St. $350 per mth. 964-8404. DISTINCTION HWY. 301S $425 A MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH PLENTY OF
germicide out how. 5/2 4tchg 5/18 Buster Brown and many more. 5/9 2tchg 5/16 PARKING
S Ireshner. Owned andoperated
carpet by Don Martin & Ed Sanders. CRUISE SHIP JOBS) Great income poten Furniture-accessories and toys by 2 BR MH: convenient to shopping center 90S W. PRATT LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR BEST MOVE
5/9
Hwy 24 West Waldo, FL 32694, Call tial. All occupations. For Information Germber and Nod-A-Way. $14,900.00to ItchgFURNISHED. WILL BE TO THIS HOME.
2 BR MOBILE HOME air
call ((312)) 742.8620 ext. 362. Includes
: $17,90000
Collect ((904)) 468.1471.4/11 8lpd 5/30 beginningInventorytrainingllxturesgrand IN CALIF.ANXIOUS TO SELL.A .
OWNER
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: for sharp honest I i cond. new flooring curtains, nice large DAIRY QUEEN HWY 301 N REDUCED
MOWING, EDGING TRIMMING! most people who are willing to help others, opening promotions and round trip airfare yard, located in country, very quiet, GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU.
964.5962.4/18 5/9.
LAWN anything MOWING Ig/Small 4tchg(lawns. Ball needed in Starke Part time $150wkfull for two. Prestige Fashions not in trailer park call 9645630. 5/9 FOUR HOMES FOR LEASE AWAY FROM THE CROWDS.GOLFER'S .
time $300/week with unlimited Income 501.329-8327.5/91tpd Itchg ACROSS FROM COUNTY CLUB SO YOU WANT THE
HOME
fields playgrounds. Phone 485-1861 DREAM
anytime 4/25 tfnchg potential In 3 to 5 years. Report 10 YEAR ESTABLISHED MOTORCYCLE HOUSE FOR RENT) 2 br, 2 bath carport FINEST THIS IS FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE JUST PLAIN LIVING. MAKE AN
nice
central heat-a/c paved street
to Howard Johnson Room
Banquet SHOP 100-400M $40,000
:
gross per year
LAWN MOWING AND ALL TYPES OF
Rd. 1.75 Gainesville, neighborhood no pets $300 mot: OFFER)I.
Newberry near Turn Key will lease bldu. 964.8848.59MISCELLANEOUS
.
YARD WORK Reasonable rotes, WITH SPACIOUS LIVING
Thurs. 7.15: no phone calls please. 5/9 available 6/10/J5 call evenings 301 MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. \
473-4512. 5/2 2tchg 5/9 1 Itchg 964.5392.5/9 tin QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO
A TRULY WHOLISTIC APPROACH TO TRAILER LOTS Griffis Loop call after 4BR/2BA
CAPE CANAVERAL FIRM now hiring : on HANDSOME BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37'ACRES
HEALTH? Write ( phone) VINCENTG.
: no
$150.00 a week part-time. $300.00 per 5:30: p.m. 964.8816.5/91 Itpd FOR KIDS AND OTHER GROWING THINGS.
2 Starke FL 25 IN.ZENITH CHROMACOLOR:Console FIREPLACE ftBARN-GOOD
GAY, Rt. Box 1350 FOR RENT CUTE 3 Br concrete block
week full time.Call 964-5803. 5/9 Itpd.
32091 (NW 37th St.). 5/2 2tpd 5/9 TV Good condition 964-5907 5/9 Itpd house with FF Refrigerator AC FORMERLY MAJIK MARKET ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL 301 HWY. PRICED -
CITY OF STARKE Is accepting applications
NEED YOUR LAWN MOWED Call Today Mechanic 1979 YELLOW YAMAHA: 80CC runs like Fireplace and attached work shop near RIGHT.
for job as
4734846. 5/9 Itchg Helper for temporary City Garage Mechanical ex. brand new. Good Condition, asking school, $275 plus security deposit THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT "PINESONG" 37
PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL ft $250. 431.1163 5/2 2tchg 5/9.
desired. Hall, 964.6968.4/25 3tchg 5/9. LOTS ft PAVED ROADS
perience Apply at City BLDG
.
COMMERCIAL: All tyhpes repairs & Installation 27 FT. TERRY TRAVEL TRAILER Priced to
Merrell Dees office 5/9 Itchg 5 BR 3Vt B UNIQUE HIDEAWAY IN CITY ON 7
24 hr. service, licensed call sell 1972, well maintained. $2400 call -SECLUDED CHARMING $76.900
Owen..ftWflrez!: 964.5219.5/9 BfiflJS'.T'I FOOD SERVICE POSITION: Union Correctional 9645895. 5/2 4tpd 5/23. MOBILE HOMES ACRES 6 YEARS OLD ft IF YOU LIKE INDIVIDUALITY HERE IT IS I

I WANT PRIVATE SITTINGS: I am certified Inst. Is taking applications food service for FORE SALE Surplus store fixtures sales FOR SALE -BRICK 4 BR 2B ONE ACRE-SEWING RM COULD BE 5th BR, FIREPLACE. DBL. .
correctional officer I I. in
9645626. 5/9 4tchg 5/30 counter with cashdrawer display table GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -CHftA
INTERIOR, EXTERIOR PAINT Home department. Must meet requirements Commercial with concealed storage, steel shipping BESSENT RD, 5 OAKS CONNERLY ESTATES, HAMPTON OAKS,CROSBY
in LOTS
repairs and custom built cabinets, 20 for certification. Experience is table, metal storage bins 2 drawer 8 4 SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N. SAMPSON LAKE. SOUTHGATE.
references.964-5962. 4/18 Food Service preparation drawer file cabinet wood work table Stark Come see Ray Gouin, formerly LAKE
yr. exper. preferred Beginning salary $13.000 annually POSSIBLE 16 ACRES W/APPROX 700' HWY 3012 DEEP WELLS.
wlthdrawers, metal desk, 2 office of Lake Chevy-Olds for the bargains.We TERMS OF 12%
YARD SALE Apply In person at UCI or call chairs steel vertical file, with rollers, 2 buy and move used homes. 3 SEPTIC TANKS, 2 MOBILE HOMES, BUTLER BLDG. STOCKED POND ft CREEK.

personnel 4311212. Equal opp. microfiche readers 6 catalog station 964." 14 or 9644778. 4/26 tfn CALL ST. HOME EXCELLENT FINANCING.
CORNER BROADWAY ft CENTER STS.: Fri. employer 5/9 Itchg holders can' be seen at Montgomery MOBILI HOME FOR SALE: 12 x 65 mobile 36.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING -
& Sat., Rain or shine. Yard ornaments, RADIOLOGYNUCLEARMEDICINECTULTRASOUND Ward 132 E Call St. Starke. 5/2 2tchqAC home 2 br, 3''/. ton central Heat/air,
BEAUTIFUL ACRES
wood croft bird houses& feeders, fur TECHNOLOGIST We are now accep. 1".OOOBTUllIOvolts, $150.00' Anti. looks like brand new. $6,000964-7312. COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 HWY,229.JWlT.1*FARM HOUSE\; ASSUM.. MTG .,,. sj7 ;.n
ACRES
; Stereos $50.00 each, 73 Nova. 4/.18 -49 GREAT ; T ?
l iFia951F1" .. winTln4him! ... que --
nlturem yr < ,, MIJST SElrl9$189.60 .
# I If; gppliQgtiagFhfuqond, parMtmaddy "needs work"S200OO"CtllI; : after 5 p.m. "OWEE Mo.. LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3'ACRES.
crochet .j. ,i Some1g.' E Rt Some stand by call, with
positions Must ask for
evervone. 59'ltpcYARD 9644133. 5/9 Itpd. Take aver payments. _4 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A ft WILSON RD A GOOD BUY.
from 9 compensation is req. As an AMI A GOOD HOME lor 2 lust weaned kittens Chris. 1.622.3799 or 16222820. 4/25
10 811
SALE Frl 8 Sat, May (American Med. International) 9647679. 5/9 Itchg. 4tchg5/16 RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.
AM to 1 PM. Country Club Estates. Hospital we offer a wide range of paid FREE KITTENS TO A GOOD HOME after 5 FOR SALE Several furnished 2 br Mobile $21,500 SINGLE WIDE-FAM RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4 A.

Follow signs. 5/9 Itpd Ave. Boy's benefits for lull time employees Call or and weekends 9646692. 5/2 ItpdME Homes In good to exc. cond. $4250 832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.
SALE 324 N Temple
GARAGE fu. send a resume to personnel Lake City CATER TO DOCK CUSTOMERS fill 100 each Pine M.H. Park 4962366. 4/25 VILLAGE TWO LOTS FOR $5,000.
Household Items LAKE
KINGSLEY
Tools
,
Clothing LC, Fl
Duval St.
Medical Center 1701 W
solite
$20 customers to
pd cylinders we tfnchg.
jrniture, bric-a.brae 9 AM Sat.only. 5/9 7522922. EOE 5.9 2tchg 533 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING $21,000.
32055, ((904)) own their tanks we sell and rent tanks HOUSE TRAILER 8 x 35, $800.00
Itpd! Allen Rock 5/16 and furnish cylinders open Mon thru Frl 964.7565.5/2 2tpd 5/9 BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE LOTS OWNER FIN.
of 4 Ethan
MOVING SALE Set bike. WANTED PRIOR SERVICE AND NON- 8:45 to 6:30: Sat 8:45: to 3 00 354-7843, PRICED TO SELL: 3/BR Mobile Home 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S. EXC. TERMS.
Mable bar stools Sears Exercise ._ ..... .
PRIOR: with High School Diploma or Jax 259-6B1O M<-rl'--- ioj 1978.1 acre bldgs some fenced N.E. 301 S.
Depression glass and much more. Sat GED. The 202 C.E.S. has part time jobs FOR RENT liSt, fourth mobile home on left. INVEST NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY
only 812. Off 301 'V mile from Zippy Lake in Heavy Equip, Carpentry, Plumbing, Laura Baptist Church Rood. 5/2 Stpd ,BRICK HOME RD 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 r 300 $52,000.
Mart on State Rd 18 Hampton Masonry Metal Fob, and Pavement 5/9 * .. *
468.1243.5/91 Itchg 11th Maint. Earn while you learn. Contact MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK DOUBLE WIDE 24x40, 1980 Tiffany M.H., EVENINGS
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE St the MSG Carl Sievert Mon thru Fri. at Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. 1 acre cleared lot. 10x20 screened 964-5478 BILL DODD 964-7408
8:30 a.m. till? 515 Alton Rd. Lots of 904.533-3386. 5/9 2tchg 516HIGH Recreational vehicles welcome. 916Nn front porch. 2BR 2BA L.R., D.R., Kit., ,LAVERN OUTLAW 533.2121 IRVING CLARK JR.964-7188
items C.B. Pace Base station with D104 SCHOOL GRADS want a great W/W carpet, C/H. Unfurnished except ,JOHN GREENE NOVIS WARD 964.7454'WA
Mike. Ceramics for Mom on her day. part-time lob? Interested In learning RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET: Will refrlg,, ft Range. Well, pump, septic TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319 DAVID DODGE 964.5370
THURSDAY, FRIDAY ft SAT: 9-5 turn left Heavy Equips, Carpentry, Plumbing, design and remodel to suit your needs. tank light pole 110 ft 220 hookup 8 YNE DOUGLAS 964-6593
off 301 onto SR 225 go to carter TV and Masonry, Metal Fob, and Pavement Call 964-6305, ask for John. 3/07 tin security light. Call 964-6253. 5/9 Itpd.
turn left on N.W. 68th Avenue follow Main Earn'while you learn. Contact MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: One mile
signs 782.3610.5/9 Itchg MSG Carl Sievers Mon thru Fri at from Starke city limits. Clean. No
YARD SALE 326 N Walnut furniture and 904-533-3386 2tchg 5/16 children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call.

misc. Frl and Sat. 5/9 Itpd HELP WANTED: Experienced Tire 468.13231017 tin I ?
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YARD SALE FRIDAY 9-4 take'16 west to Chancier with references 964.6436. 5/9 Looking for a Good Deal

I C233 Morgan Rd. turn left IV4 miles HELP WANTED: Experienced parts person Plumbing Supplies |
: watch for signs. 5/9 Itpd. send resuem to P.O Box 128 Lake NOTICE : !
YARD SALE MAY lit Go out 16 West to Butler. Fl. 5/9 Itchg From Check our prices before you pay TOO much

Kelths Beauty Shop then follow signs. WANTEDBABY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING been in business in Florida for 34
964.4506.5/9 tchg should be submitted We have
YARD SALE: on Griffis Loop, 2nd Durrance meet
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SITTER: desires lob 8 AM to 5 PM, County Telegraph office years
Thurs SALE and Friday.Frl & Sat.5/9ltpd lurnltur clothing Mon thru Fri. 964.7940. 5/9 3tpd 5/23 in writing and Pump & >t. YOUR specific needs. We will also complete
YARD : '
LUGGAGE in good condition paid In advance'; "
424 household.N Water Items St. 5/9 everything Itpd must go WANTED call HARD 964.7336.5/9 Itchg: unless already establishedwith credit Is Supply I Co. ....."'.-- YOUR home or building to ANY STAGE YOU


YARD SALE Womens housewear, Mens and appliance this office U.S. 301 N.-"" N. Temple I DESIRE.
clothing
childrens TELEG'RAPH I 9647061We

sale. Pocket galss Change china many Flea Market things on on *,*****NO***CASH*****NEEDED******!******: THE HELD STAFF RESPONSIBLE CANNOT BE Starke,Florida In the Market for a New Home?

and Sat,
Thurs, Fri
,May 301! _North'..'.!.1Waldo..T-! 6 {I.m._ 1985 14' Wide/2 BR. Wood i CLASSIFIEDS FOR MISTAKES WHEN IN Drill Walls /.,_ out our 3-Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special!

MOTORCYCLESMOTORCYCLE siding., furnished, vaulted cash 3 AD IS TAKEN OVER 2" to 6" Stat Licensed IV* Baths, CH/A, Carport, Util. Rm. &: Carpeting
ceilings, much more. No THE TELEPHONE. Starting at $34,800 on your lot
'149.63 : Classified deadline
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FOR SALE Honda Twin you w TUESDAY. NOON. snBIME M! -- For More Details & Free Estimates Call:
STar $550.00 964.5747.5/9 Itpd. per mo. prior to Thursday Roberts Real Estate :
Call Mr. Ford 473-7237 :
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| NO MONEY Doiliti7" ;= u-a--I_ -_ 964-6262

i USED HOME ; : 964-6853

Refurbished singlewlde .... ........ -

w/new drapes, carpet; furniture Under New' Management | COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 -

& appliances., No I ... acres and a CB residence. Located on US

I down if you qualify. ;I 301. Owners will leave all Inventory, a

'money 163.31 permo. ; wrecker and some equipment for the Carpet (Any $95 Scotchgard

473.7237LOOK buyer. Call for details. Room IS
Call Mr. Ford
.*...*..***.......*..... : I PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS 1 Nice forty acre farm Includes fifteen acres Cleaning & Hall) Availablelow.Low

*****..*.***.*....*.' ..** of pecan groves with eighty' four trees. Also Available)
: AT THIS! = Two bedroom, two bath, central heat and (Deep Soil Extraction is

Own a New Doublewide =f I air frame home.: Fenced In electric fence; Whole House Special (uv., Din., Hall 3 Dr.). 58 9 s

w/wood siding, shingle ; I cross-fenced Into five pastures With waterto

fireplace & more. ; I each. Four gathering pens, working and Carpet Dyed (o x, 12)) . . . . 4495

well, pole, pump & septic rOOf'1; loading chute, hay storage and feed barn. '' Furniture Cleaned Sofa & Chair) . "
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package. 274.82 per I 1-2 13 Bedroom Apts. Horse barn with three'stalls tack room, ( :

w/s800 down. =; From '160" & Up I equipment shed storage shed. One- y_iy! Not Delighted,' Don't Pay" Prls

Call Mr. Ford 473.7237 't mile off poved road Starke Florida.. and surrounding areas
eighth
******* Bradford & Union Co.
*..***.****.* **** I WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom 1 Bath homeon Serving

Subscribe Today N..II Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock. Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

I I BRADFORD COUNTY' 112 1 ft'3 Bedrooms Availablo ] House Is In very good condltjon. Good- access (Licensed $!Insured) Residential & Commercial)

TELEGRAPH to the lake. Priced to .ell! SERVICES OFFEREDWe

'964.6305 m WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom ,2 both. CB PROFESSIONAL

fem.... I house on 1 acre. Central heat & air, carpet, specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet,furniture clean (

MOBILE 140M' SERVICISkirsing I chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. Ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.

COMPLRI _Plumbing 113U W. Madison CALL US FOR ALL YOUR RCA ESTATE Senior Citizen Disc lunl No Mileage Charge. _Free. .Advice.

_Deckl" ..emoclelln.ll.ctrlc.1] I Phone 984-8312 H NEEDS, INCLUDING APPRAISALS Call 964-4997 Call .
E081L ROBINS W. Roberts, Jr. Broker
.Flooring _ConcraleStab.C OHlce Hours j9-5 H George Call (904)) 733.1308 Satisfaction Guaranteed
A4Iclltlon. Hau'"' tmimMITT Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman .__ If No Answer (
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FOR RENT
homes '
1,' "I. -' ; ,.mildew, peeling point from' ,: .

ii" 79' BUICK LASABRC power steering, ,' driveways mobile homes Call Rick DODGE VAN" 1977 condition, Iou C.O.'s' but
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS''' 473-2452. 4tchg 4/25-5/16 good OF TOWN Save up to$80 mo.
broke window, AC 82.000 md. NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum.Measures .
I : REALTY of extras, mutt tee, $2500 firm. Coll 13.000 miles I FINES QUALITY
FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE Refinishlng. g year
I good ov.r oil cond. MOO. 964 5952 and 24x36", 25 cents each. Gr.atfor
6915. ',8 lltn. patching ond repairs. TELEGRAPH Rental Property Available Stains, oils 8 polyurethene finishes. 496-2961 keep trying. 2tpd 3/09-5/16 LIVING.. Laundry, Perk Recreation CarPool
Sv: ::1 1t78 CMCi VAn for sole good condition 135 W. Call St. 9646305. 1 BR. 2 BA Lake Santa F.: Unfurnished. Coning. Call Joanne 4732086. 4tpd 1982 PLYMOUTH ,CHAMP 4' door .. :FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE.
ti. $2995. 961.7423.5/9 Itchg TRAILERS TRAILERS. TRAILERS S'x8' No pelt. $400 per month. ,j' 4/25-5/16_ automatic A/C 4 cycle, nice car. $200: Reasonable' SR 121 lake Butler.
\ 2 BR. 2 BA -Gator bone lake Completely PIM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE 'Mowing and take over payments. For information 4962366. ufn 12113COUNTaYLIVING
r 1973 MERCURY WORK CAR rough body, utility trailer $630; 16' dozer ,trailer
with good engine and IrontmlMlon $1,10016' utility: trailer, $970; 16' lawn furnished. $400 par month and $.cOO Tilling Beach work 4737607. 5/2 call 4963210. 1tpd5/09 2 Bit Mobile Home
depot! ... Garden adults Unfurnished
961.8569.5/9 tin trailer $1.125: 10' lawn single axle security tfnchg' space only -
Gary
1910 CHEV. MONZA good chop, trailer, $878: 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 OFFICE SPACr- Af Keystone: Center KEYSTONE PLUMBING Repair sewer d' HOMES FOR SALE $165 per month.. Phone 496-2600.
AM/FM 'Cassette, Air Power Auto ft, rampii $100. Olin's Mobil. Home $200 per month and $200: security drain cleaning. hour ennugency ser Itchg 509'MOBILE BR
deposit. vice 473-3209.4tpd 5/2-5/23 HOME 3 3 full baths Please
asking $3.500 or bell oll.r. 964-8857 Center Rd. 100 W. Stork 9645606. :
| IR, FURNISHED efficiency .' GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 ( 4963437. tfn 4/25
5/9 llpd 1/10 tin cottages.., DAYCARE -Preschool age and up.Cia. you call
By week month. ). Also delinquent tax MOBILE HOME Shaded clean 2
1980 FORD MUSTANGS cyl, good condl., COPY MACHINES:. Canon-tor rent or or to Keystone schools., Call .73.7529.MISCEIlANEOUS' repair properly.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Call CH-1136/for In, furnished 12x65 Wor
1.805.687.6000 bedroom near
REALTY. ext.
loon home Canon
Ion $700.00 and assume Canon copier, $799; :
Licensed Real Etlole Broker 473-4961 formation 5/09 6tpet 6/13 thlngtOl't' Spring Adults only' no pets
964-5510. 410 E South St., Stark.,9/9 home or office copier $999; Conan office
6/21 month deposit. No lease
tfnchg $200 per -
for at
21pd 5/16 copier $1399. Rent to own
1974 DELTA 88 Good condition'2/door little at $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP. PAC RAT Buy Sell and trade; Used furniture LAND FOR SALE 375.8614 (Gainesville). 5/09 2tpd 5/16

$900.00. negotiable. 9645510. 410 E. 110 W. Call St.. Stork. 961.5764.2/21 3 BR, 2BA. Block house on lake Geneva. ,. appliance, household Items, -

South St.'Stork.. 5/9 2tpd 5/16 tin Available May 1. Central HI A. $400 per collectable, glassware, old jewerly' LAND OR ACREAGE PERSONAL SERVICES
/5 IUICK SKYLARK I Runt Good $350.00or NEW PIANO, $49.99 per month no credit month Call 473.7292..11 I tfnchg tools etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 Highway 18 between -
checkt. Call 96.69"6.0.. tin LAKEFRONT COTTAGE IBR, large OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR Worthington Springs ond
b.at offer 964.4812.5/9 llpd.WO Breaker, In Bradford DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK
9V TON HEAT PUMP GEt Coll 961.5129alter tceren porch. Boat dockNearKeystone. ladies' Boutique, Children's Store National County. Terms
OlDSMOBILEi good condition, muata.1I ( '. 473-4186., available Coll Shands Howard atFarm.r. Package deal; 2"or 4" well water
lichg 5/9. ,
4/04 tfn ( brands $15.500 Includes fix-'
6 Price negotiable.
782.3610.5/9 Itch p.m.
of
VERMONT SUMMER Rent luxurious Dealers Bank. 4962101.59 pumps, new Installation septic
1912 DATSUNi 210 AC excellent condition ELECTRONIC ORGAN $"9.99 per month. condominiums tares, training $9,175' Inventory accessories tanks drain fields and lift station
$3,495 Stark. Chrysler! Plymouth. No down payment Call 964.6946. ./0.. reasonable In the GREEN MOUNTAINSat and more...CALL NOWI Mr. WANTED MObile home poles available. All work
tin summer rates. Rents at Tote ((704)) 274-5965. ItFCAN
Dodg.. 961.6081.5/9 Itchg guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman
low month.
$800 SUGARBUSH
1911 DODGE ARIESt DrAT, AC$12.795. PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM at a 2752151. tfn 9/1
C.E. Hicks Milliard Fla. VILLAGE R.E.. Box 234. Warren VT FOR SALE TV TOWER 50 or
Stork Chrytler Plymouth Dodg.. 1-879-4024. more, will take NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and
4/04 05674. Toll Free 1 ((800)) 4514326. down.Call 1-259-6843
964.6081.5/91tchg 4tchg25. ItFCAN Macclenny. pruning Also' firewood, oak and pine
19S2 JEEP CJSt .000 orlg. mil. 4WD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS! At low at SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC after 6 P.M. No collect calls-1tpd3/09 for sole Call Thomas Nettles 4963823.
5195. Stork. Chrysler Plymouth $14.99 per month. Call 96..69..6.0.. 4 ROOM COTTAGE On Lake Hutchiton.Unfurnithed. pipes and fittings Water softeners WANTED-.WIII Pay Cash for 14x65 or 70
tfn $265 .o month plus trailer Prefer 2 bedrooms 2 BABYSITTING Experienced dependablemom .'
Dodg.. 964.6081.5/9 Itchg Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.. both..
1982 IUICK REGAL 34.000 miles Ilk. REGISTER BLACK ANGUS BULL 9648414. depotit. 473-7708 or 373.6611 j Itpd 5/9 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg Powell's 4963377.5092tpd: 5/16 will bobytlt Monday. Friday. Call .
n.w $15.295, Stark Chryiler Plymouth 4/11 3tpd4/25. 2BR IBA MOBILE HOME. Washerdryerconn. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series WANTED OLD ORIENTAL RUGS Made for more Information. Janice Noegel

Dodg., 964-6081 5/9 Itchg 1971 CUB FARMALL with mower excellent ., stove, ref, big encloted bock organ with double keyboard, base b.for.,9SO. large or small this ad appears 4963923. 4tchg 309530HOUSECLEANINO
1979 CHEV. GRAN MARQUIS PW. PS condition Call 964.6558 oftei porch deck large yard. 1st month & pedals and rhythm .section $795. Call simultaneously in 6.3 FI papers. Desiring to clean
Cruise. Control fully loaded, $2895. 5:00: or weekends. 4/25 Itpd. dep. required.173.20/I I. Itchg 5/9 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4643 Our buyer will be in your area in a few houses for Information call 496.2218

Stark Chrysler Plymouth Dodg.. CULLIGAN AUTOMATIC WATER CONDI ., weekends for appointment to see. tfn days to make house coll. Or you may ofter 6 P.M. Itchfl 509REAL

964.6081.!. 5/9 Itchg TIONER: 1 year old. asking $50C WANTED MOVING SALE 9 piece pit group. $100; bring your rugs to a convenient location
1978 DODGI lAM CHARGERS 4WD Ex. 964-4695 after 6 and we.kend.25 Apartment size Sears Kenmore washer for examination. You must call ESTATE

Condo mutt.* $2995. Stork Chrysler 2tchg 5/2 WANTED TO RENT Jun. 1. 3'or more and dryer $100; white rug. 6x9 $30; before Mon. 5 P.M. so we can plan his OUT OF AREA
Plymouth Dodg. 964.6081.519 Itchg PROM AND PADGETT DRESSES: for tale bedroom furnished home In Keyttone.. love teat, chair chrome/glatt tables rout. PERSIAN RUG GALLERY-
1980 OLDS CUTLESS SUPREME WAGONifull size 5.7 contact Janet at 782.3220 Call Reptontible adult with one child. Local make offer. 473-7742. Itpd 5/9 Member of Winter Park Chamber of
power low mileage $3995. Stark alter 4 p.m.. 4/25 Itchg references. 475-5613 eveningi. 4/18 15 CUBIC FT. Amano Chest freezer, Commerce. Call collect 904-589-6000. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
Chry.l.r Plymouth Dodg, 964.6081. YOUNG RABBITS: 4 00 ea. FRESH tfnchg $150. Call 4733408. Itpd 5/9 WANTED Retired couple to live on small PERTY' If I don't hove It, I'll find it- Just
5/9 1 Itchg ONIONS: .75 a bunch. WORMS 1.75 NEED A GOOD Stationary exercise 17 FT. SAILBOAT Sails, mast and boat farm; take care of house and livestock ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
1978 ,VOLARE WAGON 38.000 orlg, for 30 964-4536 or 318 W. LaFayette St. bicycle with speedometer tension and cover like new $1,500 takes all Coll Send reply to P.O. Box 531, Lake Butler 496-2126 or 496-2903, eves. "YOUR
mites PW, PS Crul... Tilt $1995. Stork. behind Pantry Pride. 4/25 2tchg 5/2 timer. Mary Brut 473.2769. Itchg 5/9 473-2604 Itpd 5/9 Fl. 32054. 5/09 3tpd 5/23 UNION COUNTY REALTOR."" tfn 8/04
Chry.l.r Plymouth Dodg. 5/9 Itchg BEDROOM SUITE: 2 piece. Good condition MASONIC DIAMOND 6-tludded lapel
1979 CMC High Serw Ic. P.U. wlthtopper 9646019. 115 Martin St. 4/25 Itpd LOSTFOUNDHELP pen. Valued at $225. will sell for $125. INSURANCEMAINES FOR SALEFOR
AT air Show room condition "195. LAZY BOY SLEEPER SOFA end tablet Call 473-4441 evenings. Itpd 5/9
Stark Chryiler Plymouth Dodge, and SALE OR TRADE with
10 2
964-6081 5/9 Itchg 533-2944..4/25 2tchg 5/2 offer. 4733992. llpd 5/9 lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 496-3978. acres
1981 PONTIAC FIREBIRD. 6 cy 4 tp. 1 FLEETSIDE TAILGATE: w/wide mldg WANTED BINGO SPARK SUNDAY 145 on Hwy .... Complete Insurance Service tfn mobile hornet, fish pond tome trees
and
block
538000. Call
$2295 Stork. Chry.l.r Plymouth and hard word like, new no rust fits I mile North post Highway Patrol Sta 4962600. itch building.3/09

Dodg.. 9646081. Stork. Chrysler 81-85 Chev. C-10 trk $100.00 Call CUSTODIAN NEEDED Keyttone High tion 2604 NW 74th Place May 19, June ZENITH 25" CONSOLE, COLOR TV In
Plymouth Dodg., 964.6081.5/9ltchg 964.7500 from 8:00: to 5:00: oak for School. Call Personnel Division Clay 2. 16.30.375.0251.519 Stchg 6/27 beautiful walnut cabinet
wa.5749.95now
1978 CORDOVAi $895. Stork. Chryiler David Lawton (after 5 964-6133)). 4/25 County School Board. 473-2011 for op. need
Plymouth Dodg.. 961.6081.5/91 tchg197f Itpd plication and details. EOE. Itchg 5/9 HOUSES FOR SALE HOME 12x65 stove, refrigerator of someone$31.20 to month take overpayments
TOYOTA COROLAt Top thap a/c S WHEELER FOR SALE 185 S Honda 2 MAN FOR LUMBER YARD .' Handling washer dryer, AC. Excellent condition. small balance of "per 28.60. Interestedparties or pay

$1995 Stork Chrysler Plymouth new tires new valve job auto Ignition ,lumber and building materials! truck NEW 2-BR CEDAR HOMES land water $4500. 431-1298. Itpd 5/09 call collect for Mr. White at
Dodg.. 964.6081.5/9 Itchg new tproket and chain Ask for Todd driving some counter sates, some electric heat rock fireplace, deck for CHAMPION 1975 12x60, central H/A. 755-0945 before 5 P.Mlpd 5/09-5/30
1972 HONDA CAR 600CC 31.000 mil 50 SIX YEAR OLD ARABIAN QUARTER maintenance work. Permanent with 38500. We are developing 1.400 Total electric. Coll 4963503. 1tpd5/09 QUASAR TV 19" $200. Call 4962613.
MPG $790.964.8818.5/9 Itchg HORSE, mar., shown successfully in opportunity for advancement. Write toP acres surrounded by rivers and lake. 1982 LIBERTY 14x70. 2 bedroom 2 bath. Itpd 309GURNSEY
1981 V.W. RABBIT CONV.l Book value O. Box 364 Lake Geneva FL 32660. 496-2134.
English Wettern & Halter 700.00 or Pick and choose your spot novel) $4,000 1tpd5/09 HEIFER 1 yr. old. Will make a
$7600 Sacrifice $5950 firm 964-8848. best offer. 5/16 2tchg 5/9.5/16 BIG PLANT SALE All
475.2768.5/92tchg p.r acre. ERA DUNCAN REALTY. 124 greenhouse plants good family milk cow: $225. I set drag
5/9 tcho PEAVEY MIXER/AMP 400 watts Eq., TOP PAY Experienced backhoe Highway 64W Murphy, NC 28906. Free must be sold. Assorted outdoor plantson type disc. $50. 1 planter fertilizer "1

LAND FOR SALEONI $900.00 Two Peavey amp speakers operator Keystone Height area Permanent brochure 1 ((800)) 4388196. ItFCAN sole, too. Calediums In gallon cans, !Row Cole". Used very little. $125. Call .1.
400.00. Can make deal on both lob. Call 473-4761. keep call. GENEVA LAKE ESTATES New 3/2 ranch 5150. Contrary Mary's Garden, SR 121, 496-2270. Itpd 5/09 I

9645803. Mark. 5/9 Itpd. Ing. Itpd 5/9 style, energy elf., well equipped kitchen lacrosse. 462-1561. Closed. Sun. and ELECTRIC. HOSPITAL liD Remote controlled
ACRI LOT facing Fortythe Road no M. FARM ALL TRACTOR: In good running lots of cabinets, bar appliances Mon. 2tchg 5/09-5/16 head/foot elevation' Excellent ,
down payment. $75 p.r mo. Call condition $80000 call 9647823. 5/9 NOTICE including microwave, ceiling fans MAYTAG DISHWASHER excellent condi condi lon..U..ct: .onl one month. Will \

961.5606.10/4 Hn Itpd woodstove, tingle garage, large lot on tlon: radio-r.cord changer with sell 'for 'a' fraction ..of ,.original' cost;
LOTS i ACREAGIl 20 percent down. FRESH DiLL FOR PICKLES: May 9 thru 31, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub paved ttreet. Upper 50'.. By builder. speakers; Toastmaster deluxe oven 496-2493. Itchg 5/09 ""'-

balance In five years, financing byowners. no cuket yet? Buy now and freeze. mined to the lake Region Monitor office 14813559. Itchg 5/9 broiler; electric heater; electric- fan. STRAWBERRIES U-pick 35 cents a Ib.. We
9646853. 12/13 tfn. 964-7581 after 8 5/9 1 Call 4963503.
p.m. Itpd and In advance 1tpd5/09
In
writing paid picko o flat. Bring containers. Open 8
ACRI LOTS Pleotont Grov. Settlement. FOR SALE 15 R.V.'s 77-78-79. 20', 22', credit establishedwith 3'TON AIR CONDITIONERCarrler mobile
unless_ it already LAND FOR,SALE A.M. Mon-Sat. Go South on 121 past
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call 32', Air. Awning thorp $1500.00 to55OOO.00J this offfce. v \\v' home unit only been used 2 tummert. LaCloste,three 961.5606.1/03 tfn ,.' : mi. south of Starke Hwy 301 ble. Call
MQNITOR-STAFF.CANNOT.BS-. LAKI "--r-Hlllerest-loke.. $,,.500.- Great cenditlan-tSOO gol the field.rtf! dr"W:
ONI ACES LOTS'ON' M1NO DAIRY DICKS R.V."OPfN 7 DAYS.:5/9 Itpd RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN'' Owner will finance. $164 per* month. 496-2131 after 6 P.M. 1tpd5/09 formation or picked orders 462-1774.
ROADi $3,000 no down payment $70 PIN SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARMi CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 DRUM SET 5 piece Sllngerland "Altec"tet AIR CONDITIONER 5.000 BTU $75 firm.
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn C.E. Hicks 1-879-4024. Milliard Flo 5/9
p.r mo. THE TELEPHONE. with 3 cymbals and drummersthrone. a
LOT-LAKE GENEVA Has well, pump & Jessie James. Small ho from
1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROADi (C-227)) 4tchg 5/30 Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon bldg. $29,900 $2.000 down. Very good condition. $300. Call Sordis Babtist Church I. rthlngton
down $70 mo. 1975 AMC PACER: No rust runs good storage
3500. no payment. per. prior to Thursday publication. ". $298 a month. Phone 473-4058 after 6'
Call 961.5606.1/03 tfn sell this w..k $750964-4119. Itpd Minimum charge if 15 words for$2.75.then .
LOT IN CITY $6.000. Call 964-5764; after REFRIGERATORS < MICROWAVES GE p.m. 3tpd 4/25-5/9
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10 cents for each word thereafter j
LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights readyto
5, call 964.5251.3/07 tfn Coppertone side by side with Icemaker and Tiffin & Owens Inc.
well ,
Power septic
move on.
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and $250.00 GE Whit. Refrig. $150 1
dry wooded lots, tultabl for mobil. Whirlpool Microwave excellent condition PERSONAL SERVICES fence. 7000. 392.0985 or 372-7294. Realtor 1
ham., cabin or camping. $4950 .a. large capacity $350.00 9645610. Ask for Linda. Stchg 5/2-5/30
dn. $63.14 Exc. huntingand 5/9 llpd NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND Formerly FAULKNER REALTY
w/$150 mo. KEYSTONE Moving hauling. Tree
flthlng. Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or FOR SALE: White Onions $10 buah.l.7B2.3625. disposal & Trash removal Low rotes- large acreage. DOCKERY, small LAND acreage CO.,,117 cabins.hom.s. Andrews -, 221 W. Lafayette- ..from Wishbone 1
629.9619.3/21 12tchg 6/6 5/9 llchg Mon.-FrI. 1:30 a.m.-5M p.m.
Free estimates. $10 & 4733209. ,
up. Toll
LAND FOR SALE 5 to 20 ocr. 9647893. FIBERGLASS TOPPER for Ford Ranger 2tpd 5/2-5/10 Rd.. Murphy NC 28906. Call 0 Saturday ......to 12 noon :
truck wheel bate, call Free 1 ((800)) 331-7947. ItFCAN
4/18 4tchg 5/9 pick up long CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work
SIX ACRES OFF FORSYTHI ROAD 1 2/3 after 5:30: p.m. 9648816. 5/9 Itpd kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. 964-5065

ocr. lots,$3500 No mon.y down $75 VW TYPE III Par... 3 cart-trans odes Reasonable prices. Call .73..018 alter Wrte
mth. Coll 964.5lI06.25 tfn front ends fuel Injection brain etc. No 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES 1 'Take Advantage of Our Exclusive

IN KEYSTONE HGTSi cleared lot ready to motor Gary 9648569. 5/9 tfn CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In..tollatlons. hp1tl NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM
build 80 by 125. access to lake Beach FORD CAR FOR PARTS: 429 engine C6 Free estimates. T.n years .
$3200. 964-7521 Transmission 15" tires good rear end. 1983 DW MOBILE HOME 24x56.
Club Home prlvllaget. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for
call evenlngt. 5/2 2tchg 5/9 Gary 9648569. 5/9 tfn 5/17 3BR/2BA CH8A. furnished shingled
LAND FOR SALES 11.8 acres 3 br. 2 bath COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Stai ke HANDYMAN Craig. :tfnchg All kinds of home roof large front deck w/lakeview. ape .Reduced! 3 Br 1 Ba Home on corner lot with fenced In yard.

,double wid.great room with fireplace, Truck Stop, south of Starke. 9648212. mobilehome repairs and fix-up repairs needs. prox. Iocr., excellent condition [[// *5 Ac. with Country Home, fenced In pasture and fish pond $47,000
778.7530 in evenings 7818012. 5/2 11/24 tfn No lob too small. Minor plumbing $38,000 with assumable mortgage. S. Doublewid M.H. on 3 acres with many extras
; 2tchg 5/9 APTS FOR SALE 2 units 2 story building service haul. Melton, ..73.77..1.4 tfnchg12x64 .Cute summer house with access to Silver lake "9.000.
; repairs. Cleaning light
l LAND FOR SAlli 8.24 ocr., 3 br, 2 bath( with fireplaces on Washington St. Double Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. MOBILE HOME 2BR. 2BA, CH/CA. .2 ocr. lot with well and septic |lust ready for your M.H.
MH with extra hook up 778.7530 In Lot. Next to Stark Elem. School 5/17 tfnchg.FURNITURE fireplace, on 5 acre shady lot on Bundy .Beautiful In Hampton Oaks 1.89 acres.
$ eves 781.8012.5/2 2tchg 5/9 964-5876. 5/2 Itpd AND ANTIQUE refmishing. Lake Rd., deep well out bldgs.. irriga .Own your very own home right now Just $23,300 town Close to schools A
IlO ACRES OF PRIM LAND Reasonable. APTS FOR SALE 4 units on Call and Bay Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Joe tion tyttem. Sell or trade. 904.659.2689 shopping '

Coll 473-4680 or 473-3619.519 Itchg. St. behlne Fortune Federal Savings & 4732521. tfnchg 1/24 after 4 p.m. Itpd 59SubscrIbe .Kingsley lake can be enjoyed In this lovely home with It's very own walk.

i' loan good Investment now. Future CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG Interior, ex- I way path to this beautiful lake
4 HOMES\ FOR SALE commercial property 864-5876. 5/2 terlor, references. Call 473-7517 3/14 Today New listing on this commercial Investment property corner lot on HWY 301

Itpd .. tfnchg LAKE REGION MONITOR' South. Act now It will not last s

't' 601 S.WATER STREET By owner. 2 BR. CB CARPENTRY/MASONARY Additions 473-2310 .REDUCED to sell lovely country home with 18.9 acres too Boot!
'. home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn brick block floors, tile work. 473-4473. Own 100' Santa Fe River frontog. for only $110 per month at only at 9.5{

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water wh.r. shrimp crabs and fish on 2 tides and 3 I.R..2'Ba.. Ranch Style 3BR/2BA home. *

or. plentiful season. Beautiful view. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted t Start your own U-Plckum Farm on this 40 ac with 2 Irrlgcitipn' >> wells locatedon
( Secluded. On. acre plus at Harriet's to the Bradford County Home.FLORILAND CR 225 with lovely home and pecan trees. .
Bluff... IV\* hours NE Starke. 9647835. Telegraph office In writing and paid in .Get back to Nature with this 3BR/2BA DI'h' fruit trees S garden

1'' r 3/07tfn advance unless credit is already STARKE, FLA. .3BR/1 BA old farm house < barn on 70 ac.,with 45 oc:. In Timber make offer
', \. .3 BR. lVt. lATH HOMES Saratoga Hts., established with this offic. REALTY SR 100 S C/B Home |lust remodeled,. CAir small town payment with
FOR SALE OR
)!ii' comer: lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE RENT 964-7700 owner financing the bal. .
Phony 964.8652.3/21 tfn HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Four 1200 sq. ft bldgt. $200 per Need room 10 ac with 4 br. house in 30',.
1h MU.MUST SELL Central air and heat. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER month. Ideal for contractor, auto>>- 393 N. Temple Ave Good Comm Ac with motivated seller Q A 8,AC'track' In town.
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.' ,Enclosed garage, low maintenance THI TELEPHONE. repairs, light mfg., storage, lumber Vernie P. Odom 2 Br only 23,900 with owner financing *
: ., font cloteHe ,.. ,
celling nice neighborhood yard, machine shop. Brok.r-GRI
Duplex on 3 lotsIn town good business property.

ii' ;!.*.Couthtlde.6915., 4/18 EI.m.Itfn.39900.' 964-5952 or CUSTOM DECK & BACKYARD FOR INFO CALL Joy Thornton. Associate Owner ready to sell this.lovely. 3BR/28.A Mobile home JLarge Just outside

: HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3/BR. MCDOUCALLAUCTION Keystone Heights ? ? .oj
$220
Wood Furniture
jf'A/8A. Fireplace, carport screened Outdoor .For Rents Trailer appx. 1 AC.. lake lot In winding tree lake;great fIshing'paved! road priced right
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"!'porch 3/4 mil. west of Highway 301. Wood Decks Wood Play Sets CO.. INC.l90478a89M ma., Two Vt Acre lots In "The Woods" subdivision next to ,the., country club.
'.: .$95,000.68.1576 after 6:00.5/9 tfn Quality Craftsmanship at reasonable Small House Appx. oc. 'In country'Corner : Attention all Co't 3BRI1 BA brick home lust. outside. of Ralford'clote to SR

*. BR HOUSE FOR SAlli just outsld city prices Lot 3 BR 1 8. In City. j 121. .
on Private rood Central heot/AC, 496-3422 Desired Area ; S BR 1 BA, assume; .Deerwood-Lovety brick v.n..r. 2296 *q ft..cathedral ceiling*! sunken l.R.

Wood Slav,' hug Recr. Room below .. ... -- Mt,. i Fish from your lot many extras. "
appraisal $38.000 Call .9645997. 4/25 gl ssa, .Bessant Rd, 3 BR 2 BA:with 2.39 ac. Nice for a starter home, 3BR 1 8A fenced yard Could b. a good Investmentfor

Hnchg. R 41airIS .+ "In Country 2 hornets. exc. Condition. rental. II.
FOR lAUi 2 unit/3 story building owner finance .Country Club Area-approx 2M acre, lovely building sitar .'

Hh fireplaces on Washington St. Dou- Portable Buildings lawton Bldg .'much value for lewdollars. .M.H. with built on has 1 ocr., con be bought for closing. cost I qualifying fora
lot. Next to Stork. Elem. School. US 301 South Starke 964-6020 mortgage to be assumed .

6. 5/9 Itpd. Homestead IIa ac. road frontog* ..Beautiful home post hospital large lot green house and other extras
FOR SALE 4 units on Coif and Bay a CURLES CYCLES on. two sides, ..Ig. bam good'land ,.Call street East corner lot with spacious home '
,behind Fortune Federal Saving. a LOOKING FOR LAND .Lafayette St. I acre, recently redecorated 3 BR 2 BA home.i

good Investment now. Futur. Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24 :,181 Ac, Bradford Co.; 198 Ac.Union .. .Roilord-Imagine buying a 3 BR home for only 16.000' ,'* .*

r) I property 9645876. 5/9" 114 Ac.Union Co.. *Reduced-Owner anxious to sell:4 BR 1 8.: |lust off Prati St.)' 29900.

0 FOR SALE -- .lake Butler you can't Imagine the space In this appro. 4000. so., ft home on I
--" acre, has fall out shelter pool. This place needs TIC.

.Call it. E, a nice large lot to build that droM home one:nice variety of trees

CULLIGAN AUTOMATIC WATER CONDITIONER I opprox 1'A acre. .
; 1 year old asking $500 h' .. Sack dmirtnag & h.; $oifutts. 3nc.I A Quiet country living on '/> acre'with 3.BR 1 B has aluminum siding" only

964-4695 after 6 and weekend. .4/25 525000. ,. .

2tchg 5n'YOUNG 4.00 FRESH Shop & Compare!! Raalto/Bulld!! 473-7060 I .How would you like tp own a mini farm with' ., pecan trees C fish pond with acute
RABBITSi ea. 2 BR 1 BA home ready to move tao.plOtlllOn .
ONIONSi ,75 a bunch; WORMS 1.75 SMfial| Insurantfor Large variety of< lots & Acreage'in the hill reglonof Bradford Faulkner Reddish REALTOR':
for 30 964-4536 or 318 W. LaFayett St. Mobile ''IIUlnt|| Pa'rk"11 I
A few S No.eptle tank mounds paved Soles r.Evenings96.4048
Co. Duplex Triplex lot..
behind Pride. 4/23 5/2 '
Pantry 2tehg ,\ IM1 IIf lion," Owner financingfrom REALTOR ASSOCIATES
IEDROOM SUITE 2 piece. Good condiassn. roods Our community wOter systems
IHHHTH"politic* (or Irene I. Faulkner 964.5142' Elite Johns 533-2816
,, Pafotka and
Jacksonville.
1Q '" !Ai Central Gainesville.
'EI, Surplus store Hstur..al. mobile hitmw $3930 to Rex Slemer 473-2120 .Suianne Kitchens 964-7630 I

counter with coshdrower. display table *, Call for Quote *' .Slark... r' Bob Matthews 964-7281 Lou Voung. 964. 525
>Carol Warner 964-4992
with consealed storage steel shipping .
tabl., meto.tarag\ Mitt..2 drawer A 4 Olin's Mobllo Beautiful .;Course, Lots COMMERCIAl.RHIDENTIAlRental j
drawer 'file cabinet..-wood. worktable; Gaff Available 1
with--. ,drawers/ metal desk., 2 office Home Sales .
$10,950 Carol Warner* RIALTO ASSOC
dial,..:st.*l vertical file with roll.,.2-: ." -, Elaine M. Olin Agent Priced from J Property Management.."
microflch read.". 6 catalog station
holders. can b. seen at MontgomeryWard 964-5606
132 E Call St. Stork.. 5'2 3tchg

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Students at Brooker and Lawtey Elementary have a field day at an annual sporting eventBy


Mark Friedlin, BCTStaff Writer
Students at Brooker Elementary and Lawtey Elementary Schools,
their parents and teachers, all turned out last week for a
"Mini-Olympics", an afternoon filled with sporting competition among
the various age groups.
Large groups of students packed rows of chairs set up along the ?
sidelines at the Brooker Softball field and cheered for their favorites as
the contestents ran races, lined up for the javelin throw (Softball for the
smaller frYt) an exciting 50-yard dash, relay races, running Jumps, .
wrestling and that old.favorite the tugofwar.The A r
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various events were designed with all of the students in mind, and
the activities seemed to bring out the best sporting instincts, and sportsmanship
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The Mini-Olympics have been a tradition for Brooker Elementary for .d y d3f'
seven years now,and were planned and supervised this year with a great ;
deal of enthusiasm by Phys. Ed. Instructor Ramona Jordan.
Everyone at the school was busy planning for the day and the students a
got into the act as well, helping out with the concession stand and with the .
decorations at the field. $4
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Refreshments were sold at the playground from a booth by the students _
and they were busy as the temperatures started to reach nearsummerlike -

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50-yard races were hotly as competitors
divided into different age groups,fired off the starting line, etch- !_ _
ed on the softball field, and ran full tilt to the finish line right on home _
plate in front of bleachers full of screaming parents and fellow students.
They all had their favorites and the crowd kept rising in volume the : -

closest i the racers came.i h i : f'f1

seems as if there were quite a few old scores settled during the hot #
and heavy competition as well!

"I told you I could smoke Billy in that race," one young racer told his
friends. "I knew I was faster than he is." His friends all nodded approv-
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J the younger ladies was a grand total of five feet. But the fun they had : I

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April S.IMS in Green Cove Springs The Jr. Womans Club of Starke THEIR PARENTS" was presentedto Market
Outlet 4 Junior Womans Club also has three more Latchkey Programs Southside Elementary on March
Awards Night wu held. planned for the month of 19, and to Starke Elementary on South 964-6071
U.S. 301
April at Brooker, Hampton and April These books were presentedto -
Our top winner was Mrs. Debbie Lawtey Elementary Schools.: the principals at a faculty meeting "The Country Store For More"
for the teachers Professional
Connaughbn, who won the "AC
TION VOLUNTEER" Award for The Book "THE HANDBOOKFOR Libraries. Open 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon. thru. Sat.
..1984-85. Competing for this were LATCHKEY CHILDREN AND Compare Our Prices& Save///
::other area Junior Clubs which were, We Accept USDA Food Stamps
"S Green Cove Springs Macclenny, -
PaIatka. St. Augustine, Arlington
Z Jacksonville Lake City.and Orange In Our
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** America's ServiceDept.
S Debbie is married to Dr. Dennis
-5 Connaugbton,she is the mother of 3. Most Loved
:Sean C yean old.Kelly 3 years oldand Os0Qe4'BUY
Car
S Megan 18 months old. Her work Compare
%in the Junior Club this past year in- This Celebrity Open Saturday III Noon
=eluded holding the office of
'::::Treasurer and Home Life Department For Only Off
Z Chairwoman which this year 20 %
started the "Latchkey Program." 9439 USDA WESTERN CHOICE
5 Her other volunteer work included USDA WESTERN CHOICE
s Vice President and President of St. FULL CUT BONELESSROUND
Retail-
S Edward Catholic Church Parish
E;Council;where she also coordinated ROUND STEAK I STEAK
i the Religious Instruction Programsfor Service
grades pre-school thru high
K:::school, and taught second gradeS '
Religion. t3-; & 1 .59 Lb. .79 .

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All USDA WESltHN CHOICE USDA WESTERN
Corn-2 Oldsmobile WHOLE OF HALFRIBEYES
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S cludes one half day a week at GROUND
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:: assists in Mrs.Mullins Kindergarten Celebrity .
ROUND
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S Another top winner was Hjalmar
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:; Woman were 3rd place in Education T i GROUND L STYlE''
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Starke. Florida
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residents May 20-25 to collect Ill
sj unemployment and other data on the 964-7500 PORK ROAST PORK ROAST
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Lavin acting director of the Census
w Bureau's Atlanta regional office.
si: The unemployment data will conC 1. 19 Lb. 1.19 Lb.ljJlti@j
tribute to May's national picture to ._._.-
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_Students- .. .- examine choices in nursing. as a career in LB .Hospital program 1 1if

eighth-grade boys and girls student must give to get them. agencies. They regulate the profession P IT: vPOV 4u
want to become nurses when they Guest speakers are one of the and can revoke licenses and so
graduate from school, they need to teacher's favorite ways to illustrate on," she said.
plan on at least four years of college both aspects.Slater's All five classes heard Slater
training, two years will no longer talk on nursing did exact describe her work at the Hand
suffice, said an operating room ly what her class was designed to do, Surgery Center In Lake Butler.
nurse speaking to 100 students talc Mrs. Mitchell said. "She told them "The intricacies we have to work
ing a special health-career: class at what the job requirements are for with are so delicate-you can't just
Bradford Middle School. nursing, as well as the grab a tendon and sew it back
Carol Slater RN, of the Lake opportunities." together,"she said. "We want to get
Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery In addition to requiring a good everyone hooked up just right."
Center cited a recently passed New education Slater said that nursing Some hand surgery methods were
York law requiring a four-year also demands long hours of devotion illustrated by Slater, who passed
degree to practice nursing and said and "quick thinking on your feet." around some of the tiny instrumentsand j- .'
last Thursday that this move was She added, "Nurses work 24 hours a synthetic threads for students to
"writing on the wall" for other day because we don't shut down look at.Mrs. .
states to soon follow hospitals." Mitchell said the session accomplished .- : :
"You had better plan on Floridano Also, situations often demand several of her objectivesfor 4i
longer accepting two-year judgment that cannot be taught this part of the semester. "Dur
degrees for nursing when you get ahead of time, Slater said. "You ing the third six weeks of the
out "Slater told all five classes have to take all the skills you have semester, I try to have hospital personnel
taught by Mrs. Adele Mitchell. and figure out what to do in a par explain various aspects of
Each semester, Mrs. Mitchelluses ticular situation." their occupations and also certain
a bagful of teaching methods to After covering all requirements, aspects of first aid."
show her students not only what they Slater told the eighth-graders that With Slater's instructions on whatto
can get from the many careers there are nurses in almost every do with severe injuries to the
available in health and public ser- facet of public life,including govern hands and feet,she touched on both

.vice',-occupations,,,,.._....-1;...but. .also? .whnt_ the ment. work at various! areas.
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Visiting Hours Checking out a new Career

For Older Children ,. Lake Butler Hospital Hand Sugery Center Operating to follow New York's lead in requiring a four-year
Nurse Carol Slater told students at Bradford
Middle degree to practice nursing.
Alachua General Hospital's SPECIAL! .. *>/ mvsincno' uNlemu .School. that the"writing! I is on the wall",for many stateMotors .
Obstetrical Unit has expanded its .
sibling visitation hours to allow
older children a greater opportunity \}
to welcome the new baby to the
family. a C
Siblings can now visit daily from
12:30 to 1:30: p.m. in addition to the Terwillegar
evening hours 017 to 8:30 p.m. Adult 1OoffOn
visitation remains 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 111I IBm
"We feel older children adjust better I
to a new baby when they can visit
the mother and meet the new baby in -
the hospital," said AGH'Administrator All Dinnerson .
Wassie I. Griffin. "We
hope that by enabling the older
children to take part in more of the Mother's DayRestaurant
activities surrounding the birth, it
will home.help" in the adjustment at 964.7200 371.1096 388-FORD 473-FORD

Alachua General strives to provide Starke G'ville JAX
a family-centered atmosphere Keystone
for its Obstetrical Unit. The hospital 209 W. Madison State Road 21
offers classes in prepared
childbirth, a siblings class and tour,
and a labor and delivery tour.
Alachua General's Obstetrical Unit
also features two birthing rooms in
addition to the regular labor and Call for Reservations 964.7681
delivery rooms. Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine UNBEATABLEPRICES.
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y v The Annual Morrocco Temple rides her bike cracks nut, ties despite her handicap is a tribute -
',. Shriner Parade will get Till the streetsof her shoes, nothing really slows her both to her strong will and personality
Starke with action and colorful down. Because she has lived with her and to the Shriners who have
l lMrs millions of children like Jodi
r.I ,. costumes this Saturday as the always artificial arm for as long as she can helped
-...-- popular event gets underway. remember, she is completely used to through their special hospitalization
.... for disabled youngsters.So .
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-- it and her friends barely even program
/ ... This year the queen of the parade is many
.. ... this Saturday when the
--oil -- -' from Keystone Heights and she is no seem to notice in the busy social the crazy
motorbike riders clowns and the
'" ;o.. =- -Jr ... stranger Her name to Shriner's is Jodi Ponder events. and she schedule She takes at KHHS.off the arm to swim or to men in funny hats come riding down
"f i. :.,.' ...... the streets of Starke for the annual
.. ;._.... -- goes to school at Keystone Heights sleep,but nothing gets in her way dur-
: =--- ._ take close look at the ra-
., "I'WI High School where the popular student ing the daylight hours. parade, a
'. ..".....,' -."-. ..-:-,. is "always in the center ofeverything" She plays the piano, has played on diant queen from Keystone Heightsand
according to one of her Softball teams and has participated in give to the Shriners.The .
teachers, despite her handicap.Jodi Girl Scouts. She was even a more Jodi Ponders there are in
world the better off we'll all be.
de o % was born at the Navel Air Station cheerleader for Pop Warner Football this ,
Hospital with a missing left
forearm and hand. The hospital, at
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5l ;' that time, had no special therapy Dairy Days contest set May 14
iaeartneinsnenisr v + facilities for patients with her condi -
Florida cooks are gearing up for etcr floats, punches,
", I I .1 tion.Thanks to the Shriners, she was the annual dairy days food contest. shakes and other drinks will be ac-
,,;:t.:. .r'. soon fitted with an artificial arm at The contest is being conducted in cepted. ?.
':r.t. .. :.' the Shriner's Greenville (S.C.) Bradford County on May 14. The recipe must include a real
.Ii-rttl '" -t." '. Hospital for Crippled Children, and The entry period has just openedand dairy product as one of the main in
at
,.., 15 months back and gredients. A list of ingredients and
...... spent traveling anyone is eligible. Both male
."w" '. '. ....... f forth to the hospital so she could be and female cooks of all ages are urged preparation instructions for approximately -
.-.A. it... fitted with her arm. to check out their favorite recipes 4 servings must be writtenor

.......... .. Jodi went back to Greenville in 1979 using milk or other dairy products.The typed legibly Write your name, i
.
...'" . .. to star as the Shrine Bowl Queen the general contest categories include address, telephone number and
; {j..1u. : first young student chosen from the : casseroles and one dish name of category in the too left cor-_
) North Florida Morrocco Temple area meals, vegetable dishes and salads, ner of each entry. I II
'f; rf. .. .. .. for the honor. and desserts. I
-, '.-r ; Jodi may be special to others but Special youth beverage section To enter send your recipe prior to
: .... .- she,can do just about anything anyone will be open to young people 13 yearsof April 3, to Bradford County Extension I
could do with their arms with her artificial age and under Creations from Office P.O. Drawer 1028
Jodi Ponder arm, which has been refitted milk. ice cream. s>wrb rts, yogurts, Starke Florida 32091.

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Heilbronn Springs Volunteer size in an unincorporated area of the grateful for this fine support. "It donate to the department's buildingor
Fire Department received a big county. They now have a Class 9 In- helps keep our department running operational fund may send con- ffiERLE noimrrPersonalized
boost of approximately $3,400 from surance rating which means a 23 to so we may protect you and your property tributions to HSVFD in care of
donations to its building and 27 percent lower fire insurance ," McCarthy said. Terry McCarthy, Box 342, Starke, ,
operating fund during the Bradford premium for all residents within a Anyone else who would like to FL 32091. Skin Care and Makeup
County Fair. five mile radius of the fire station. It WI I
Terry McCarthy, chairman and This is the best rating possible in a NO CKELu f?NO PROBLEM SEE USH .1
director of the Heilbronn VFD issuesa community without fire hydrants.A : I
special thanks to all local Terry" g
businesses that donated prizes to be Y GOLOHEADI
total of 1,225 tickets were sold by
awarded, and to all others who contributed the department during its spring lit's Wour i
to the fund. fund drive and the members are .,:
The top prize, a 12' Stumpknocker .l-b. MOBILE HOME SALES Inc.
fiberglass boat and galvanized J iH. Hwy. 21 North, Keystone Heights
Magic-Tilt trailer, donated by Grif- .r
fis & Sons, was won by Pauline Con- Gainesville Keystone Say 148mColor

erly.Other lucky prize-winners were: Affairs of IGtfc. 475.1442 473-7237

Wesley Norman $50 gift certificate WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
from Starke Motor Parts. .
Mike Dahnke, $25 gift certificate .-. I :.-J: :
from Lil Skeeters.
Robert Marshall, $20 gift certificate 11 i
from Settles True Value AnalysisValued
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Hardware. --.. at '35.00 'E
M.M. McRae, $25 gift certificate
from Thomas Auto Parts. Now Only 25.00
Dan Harley, $20 gift certificate '.
from Fried Chicken Factory. "t 8
George B. Williams, $15 gift cer-
tificate from Wilson's Florist. .- -. .Ide. Wide...Selection, ; of. New; Spring
R.R. Howell, $20 gift .certificate bI h 1 ...-
from Norman's Market. Become more ( +, ) .. 9 me\C l m_ ;; i. .. w .m
Weiland, $25 fresh'arrangement
Roy positive in your F- "-+- t-- -1--1
from Bradford Florist.
J.L, Alvarez, one case of Gulf attitudes. Mother's Day Special: :
motor oil from Register Oil. Gift Certificates Available :8
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ham
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The Butcher Shop. only thinking and Shingle Roof, Fireplace, Furnished Cosmetic -Ear Piercing Color Analysis ; '
Gary Whitton front end alignmentand Carpet TIO, Paddle Fan. Mail Sculpturing Suntanning Bed :
about impro'ements -
tire balance from Mosley Tire talking in your LIFE. Including Well, Pole, Pump & Septic Tank ..

Co.Joy Hut.Faulkner, large pizza from Pizza Only 276.93 Per Month 1

Virgil Mullins, 2 shrimp dinners With Low Down PaymentGOLDHEAO
from Powells Dairy Freeze. X-Ray No Charge \ Good May 9 thru May 18 k '

from Agnes Florida Dinkins Twin, 4 Theatre.movie passes Office Visits 12" ,,{C: r r l

Naida Reichner, shampoo, condi- \ l
tioner, and haircut from C.J.'s Hair DR. R.E. DOPSON 118 S. Thompson St. 3
Fashions. :v.- MOBILE HOME SALES Inc.
Edward Douglas,. haircut from Chiropractor FREE Mlcr 964.7355
NuWaves. 17 Yn. Experience WIEach Purchase

,Marvin Tyson! smoke alarm from -,_ .. .. .
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Jackson Building Supply.The -'. ,.

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Audrey A. Fleming .
Audrey Allen Fleming, 65, of Edwards with Father Jim Edwards and Rev. and Joe Trip of Hartville, S.C.; 1 step- In Loving Memory We still can't believe that your not
Road, Starke, FL., died Fri- 1 amond Ward conducting the ser son, John Ditter of Summerville, Of Paul BennettPA coming back, but I know that where Card of ThanksWe
day night, April 26 in Bradford vices. Burial services were held at Mass.; step-daughters, Darlene Dit- your at your peaceful and happy and'
Hospital, following a long Illness 3:00: p.m. on Monday, May 6, in ter of Evlerville, Mass, and Pauline you have no pain.
Born in Baldwin Keystone Heights Cemetery with Ditter of East Boston, Mass; 11 gran- Just the other I know that don't
she moved to day, they told us you you want us to be would like to thank all our
Starke from Williston four years Rev. Leamond Ward officiating. children were gone, we couldn't believe that sad, but it's hard, because your the family and friends for the comfortand
ago. She was a shut-in patient, Jones Funeral Home, Hwy 100 & Funeral services were conducted at God had taken you home. BEST grandfather anyone ever had. love shown during the loss of our
because of a lifelong illness, and she Cypress St., Keystone Heights, Fl chie 11:00: a.m. Monday morning at the Ar- And now the only way, we have to These words I write come from the Husband, Daddy & Pa. All the food,
was Baptist.Survivors. was in charge of arrangements. In Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. say good-bye are in these words heart, and for as long as we're apartyou'll flowers and prayers were deeply ap
lieu of flowers,contributions be E.L. Bradley officiating. Burial
will
include: a sister, Mrs. may that I'm gonna write. be in our thoughts each and preciated.Special.
made, in the name of Mr. Zane Hud- be at a later date. With Archie Tan-
Vera L. Peeler We love day.
of than words
every
Keystone Heights; you more can thanks' to Dr. Cienki,
and five John son, to the Keystone Heights area ner Funeral Home of Starke, in and in hearts I feel that here to I
brothers, R. "Pete"Fleming of say, our your memory way your stay. Carolyn Hodges, Linda Bakken, Ar-
charge
Hospice or the American Cancer
of arrangements. will always just want to tell one more time
Keystone Heights, stay. you chie Tanner and the entire staff of
Charles R. Fleming of Atlas, Okla., Society. There's an emptiness down deep that we all love you Archie Tanner Funeral Home.
Roger H. Fleming of Jacksonville John Murphy in our soul, and we feel we'll never Forever, We Love The Family of
I Jerry D. Fleming of Lake City, andVirgil Richard M. Slater John Murphy of Starke died early be completely whole. You, Your Granchildren Paul Bennett
Wednesday, May 8, at the Veteran's
L. Fleming of Huntsville, Richard Morris Slater, 52, died Administration Hospital in

Texas. Thursday, May 2, at the Econo Gainesville. ... .. ... .. .. .
Funeral services held - - - - -
were at Motor Starke after
Lodge Hwy 301, a Funeral arrangements will be I
10:00: a.m. on Monday, April 29, in sudden illenss. He was employed by nounced at a later date Archie an-
Tanner -
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Dupont as a associate Engineer, and Funeral Home is in
charge of the I
Rev. Charles Van Zant conducting was moving to Starke from New
the services. Burial was in Keystone Johnsonville Tenn. where he lived arrangements. + CEASYSIREETJI

Heights Cemetery, under the direc- for the past two years. Lillian V. Allen 1 d's.

tion of Jones Funeral Home, Born in Ellenville, N.Y. on May 26, Lillian Varney Allen, 69, of Alton _
Hwy/100 & Cypress St. 1
Keystone 1932.
Road, Starke, Fl., died Wednesday SHOES
Fl.Zane.
Heights, Survivors include: his wife Mrs. afternoon in Alachua
Mardell J. Slater of New Johnson- Mar.I I :
General
a long il- 101 E. CALL ST. STARKEMother's ,
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Gray Hudson ville, Tenn; two daughters Mrs. lness. .'

Zane Gray Hudson, 53, of Gasline Karen Slater and Mrs. Kimberly Born in Carlton County, West I
Slater both of Boundbrook NJ two
; Virginia, she moved to Starke
Road, Keystone Heights, died Fri- over
Kirk Slater and Dennis Slater
day morning, May 3,at his residence sons 45 years ago. She was retired from I Day
also of Boundbrook NJ brother k
following a long illness. ; one Sunland Training Center and she
Born in Greensboro, N.C. he mov- Mr. Carl Slater of Coldbrook, NY; was a member of the Bradford Coun- bavmqs
ed to Keystone Heights from Orlan- one sister, Mrs. Nellie Dulaff of ty Senior Citizens Club. She was alsoa
Liberty, NY; and his step mother, member of Madison Street
do 14 He U.S. Baptist
years ago. was a Navy
Mrs. Slater.
Veteran of the Korean Fanny Church.
Conflict, anda
member of the VFW. He was Bap- Memorial services were held in Survivors include: two daughters, 25 %
tist by faith.Survivors. Clayville, New York Mrs. Judy G. Hardenbrook of offAll

include: his mother, Starke, and Mrs. Opal Y. Holl- k w. f' If
Mrs. Adelaide P. Hudson of ingsworth of Dayton, Ohio; a sister
Newman, GA; three daughters, Mary Lou Ditter Mrs. lone McCord of Lexington, KY; Street""
Mrs. Sherry A. Hunt of Gainesville, Mary Lou Ditter, 58, of P.O. Box and seven grandchildren. Easy
Mrs. Patty Hall and Mrs. Tamma 273, Hampton Fl, died early Sunday Memorial funeral services were
Adams, both of Keystone Heights morning. May 4, at her home follow- held at 3:00: p.m. on Saturday, May
three brothers, James Hudson of; ing an extended illness. 4, in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, Many Styles and Colors VIRGINIA!
964-7353
Arkansas, John Hudson of Lynn Born and raised in Rossville, Ga, with Rev. Robert Gillis conducting
Haven and Luther Hudson of Colum- and moved to Tampa where she mov- the services. Burial will be in to Choose From! Mon.-Sat. 9:30-5:30; Fri. 9:30-6:00:

bia, S.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Connie ed to Hampton in 1970 where she has Crosby Lake Cemetery at a later

Brown of Forest Park, GA, Mrs. Dot resided since. She was a member of date. Jones Funeral Home,514 East .
Collins. of Manchester, Tenn; and the Hope Baptist Church. Nona St Starke, Fl 1 was in charge of ", ---, '
five grandchildren. Survivors include: her husband, arrangements. In lieu of flowers,

Memorial funeral services were Fred Ditter of Hampton, 2 daughters, expressions of sympathy may be
Patricia Hamblet of Marietta Ga made to the Lillian V. Allen
held at 5:00: p.m. on Saturday, May For Mom
I 4, in St. Anne's. Episcopal Church, and Peggy Mills of Gloverville.;; 2 Memorial Fund, P.O. Drawer H,
I I sons, John Trip of Warrenville, S.C. Starke, FL 32091.

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Thanks to the American Legion Tallahassee for SilverSix Approximately 75 scouts with tour. Refreshments before the Starke were group served left
Post 56 for their poolside
supplying leaders
space for the and parents were pre
Cookie Cupboard this year.We real- sent for the seventh annual For the Capitol.
r ly appreciate their support and in- Cadettes made the trip to ceremony Leaders Joyce Sutton and Carolyn(
terest in Girl Scouting. Tallahassee last Friday at the in- Eaves accompanied the group as
Joyce Sutton and Carolyn Eaves vitation of Mrs. Adele Graham, to Following the ceremony the mansion well as Mikki's mother Mrs. Dick.
attended the thank you dinner for receive their Silver Awards. was opened for the scouts to Congratulations to the receipents.
neighborhood cookie chairmen and Kim Lee, Micki Becker, Mikki
i cupboard chairmen last Wednesday Robinson, Colleen Neary, Evonne
t. evening at the Ramada Inn in Bobo and Missy Price have earned -,11 -- _._ -
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rryi meal was delicious and the accolades Scouting by leadership, earning pat-
i r were many for all presentand ches, and participating In service
t x for every leader and cookie projects during the past two years.
chairmen who could not be there Mrs. Graham and Mrs. Margie
I were. Mixon presented the awards at the
J Only one council in the nation sells state wide ceremony which was heldon
I i more cookies than. Gateway Girl the grounds of the Governor's
# Scout Council. We averaged 148 Mansion. --
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this year with four neighborhoods Starke. 964.5451.Open 0 f f
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Fri. 7:05, 9OF:
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I State Mates Bradford. *Emergency Table Top. Exercise__a Success_ I



"We got an A plus for our .in Starke on March 19 Indicated that ed by the participants and observedby across from the EOC (County Jail 8. Released news information on ding to the scene so quickly.This.is a
exercise' said Cliff Chapman, the participants (players) were the evaluators for your con- 4. Teachers could be used to man the accident/hazard should be responsibility presently assigned to
Director of Emergency Services for knowledgeable with the Hazardous sideration for further enhancementof rumor control phones. You may reported to shelters to inform the Emergency Services Director,
Bradford County Materials Element of the Bradford the CEMP and local response need to develop Standard Operating evacuees of the situation. when there is sufficient time for him
Chapman was referring to the recent County Comprehensive Emergency capability in regard to hazardous Procedures (SOPs) for this. v 9. Consideration should be given to to act. This is an area which shouldbe
table top excerise conducted in Management Flail (CEMP). The materials follow: 5. Alternative communication avoid, whenever possible, the further clarified for optimum ef
Starke concerning emergency players' responses to the scenario 1. Preplanned routes for rerouting methods (other than phones) shouldbe separating of parents from their fectiveness.We .
handling of a hazardous material closely followed the identified agen- traffic in and around Starke developed between the EOC and children should evacuation and were very pleased with the
problem, should one arise in Brad- cy responsibilities,as outlined in the when major roads are closed shouldbe the Bradford County Shcool Board. sheltering become necessary. overall outcome of the exercise. It is
ford County. plan. Communications and coor- developed. 6. Consideration should be given to 10. Additional phone lines should be our hope that Bradford County
The following letter was received dination of the simulated responses 2. Church buses should be added to acquire mobile communications for added to the EOC for local agenciesto equally benefited from it. We hope
from the Department of Community were good. The discussions resource lists as additional vehiclesto school buses!! utilize while the EOC is activated. these suggestions will further improve -
Affairs, Division of Emergency generated by the messages and sequence be used for. .evacuations purposes. One additional observation noted the Bradford County CEMP
Management; of events were in-depth and medk 7. SOP's should be developed for was that the Starke Police Depart- and local emergency response
informative. 3. A ..,,, enter should be "evacuating students from schools writ representative Initiated the capabiltiy. If we can be of any fur-
The- table' top-exercise conducted- Several points which were discuss 'developed at the community center ..and accounting for them. evacuation due to his men respon-: ther assistance, please contact us.



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New SuperintendentNamed Recent ArrestsIn The backup unit transported two Jeffery Boyd Caldwell was arrested Starke Man Arrested grand theft, according to PatrolmanW.
patients, three patients were April 26 for disorderly con- .
C. Reno-Johnson alledgedly tooka
For RMC Bradford CountyThe transported by StatFlight and one duct during a disturbance at Ten- For Grand TheftA VCR and a tapy player from the

Superintendent James T. Wain- following arrests were madein pa i tent was transported by Shand- neco Patrolman Gas Station, according to Starke man has been chargedwith home.
wright has been named the new Bradford County during the past sCair. Dwight Groves. Caldwell the burglary of a home April 26. Bond was set at 1000. Johnsonwas
The of the calls 32 posted a $52.50 cash bond and was
majority ,
superindentent of the Reception week by local authorities were Howard Lewis Johnson was arrested released on his own
Medical Center in Lake Butler by J. transported to Bradford Hospital. released, only to return to the gas J April 30 and charged with recognizance
C. Combs, Region Director for Nine calls were transported to station creating another disturbanceand
Clinstopher Ward Zowarka, 32, of
arrested for
Alachua General to was trespassingafter
Hospital, eight
Region 2.Wainwright.
Alto, Mi. was arrested May 3 for
Medical Center and two warning according to
will replace driving while license suspended Reception made to Veterans Ad- Patrolman W. G1. Reno. Caldwell 'I I.. -. __ IP'; i:
Superintendent James Godwin who (DWLS), according to Trooper D. C. runs ministration were Hospital. posted a$157,50 surety bond and was i 670 W. McMahon Street
is retiring May 31. I .
Roberts. He was released after a
Currently head of Lawtey Correc- Five runs each were made to released. 1.: I (Next to Pizza Hut)
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$210 cash bond was posted. :
During investigation at a local
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tional Institution, a post he has held North Florida Regional and Shands : I 964.7434
residence (not Caldwell's) April 27, .
Hospital in Gainesville. One run was .
since May 1977, Wainwright will Dale Lee Lamont 26 of Starke Caldwell happened to be there,came .....Ftl1D.6 M 8-1
take over his. new assignment June arrested for violation of proba- transported to each of the following, "'
was to the door and making
1. Lakeshore Hospital (Lake City), starting accusations Sperling Goods & AccessoriesNylon
tion(burglary ot a structure),accor- of the officer and
police
Union General (Lake Butler), .
Wainwright is a native of Lawtey. ding to Investigator David Aderholt.
started another disturbance, accor- "
schoolsystem Methodist Hospital (Jacksonville)
graduate of the Bradford
a Lamont was released after a $1,000
to Patrolman Groves. Caldwellwas
served in the U. S. and to a Jacksonville doctor's office. ding
Army surety bond was posted. Running Shorts ,
with disorderly ,
and is the father of two children. The majority of the calls, 28, were charged con- '*
In April 1958 Wainwright startedat Eugene Keith Thomas of Sanfordwas illness related. Ten runs were car duct and assault. He was released Reg. 7.95 Sale 5.95 Cofo..
from the jail April 29 on his
the old Florida State Prison wherehe arrested May 4 for DWLS according diac patients, nine were to patients county
remained until 1973 when he was to Trooper W. D. Langston. with respiratory problems. Eleven own recognizance. Ladies Shoes
assigned chief at the Lawtey Correc- Thomas was released on a $210 cash runs were to people in trauma and
tion and Vocational Center. June bond. three were trauma related to an auto Oxford Casuals Reg. '18"1498Chris
1976 he was made assistant accident. One call was to a person in Two Men ArrestedIn Leather
superintendent at LCI.and in May Cynetress Ann Milton of Jackson- emotional distress, two calls were to Starke DisturbanceA Evert Caprice

19"7 was made superintendent. ville was arrested May 5 for DWLS, obstretric patients, one run was to __ Court Shoes Reg. 43" *37"Call __
Wainwright is a member of the according to Lt. William Tillotson. an overdose victim and one run was Lutz man and a Zephyr Hills
Florida Criminal and Delinquency to an gunshot wound victim. man were arrested April 30 during a ,.
Commission, Florida Peace Officers Edward W. Youmans of Keystone One call was an attempted suicide distrubance at a local tavern, accor-
Association and the North American Heights was arrested May 5 for one call was to assist BradfordHospital ding to Patrolman Dwight Groves
Association of Wardens and, DWLS, according to Trooper D. C. seven calls were cancelledand and W. C. Reno.
Superintendents. Myers. He was released after a $210 three were false alarms. Dorcie France, 20, of Lutz was For Appt.
surety bond was posted. Only one run was made by the charged with disorderly conduct and
Quick Response Unit, to a brush fire additionally with criminal mischief
Rescue Makes 98 Runs by Crosby Lake, said Chapman. when he kicked the left rear windowout
Former GuardTo of the patrol vehicle, he was

Plead GuiltyA During Month of AprilThe released Michael on a Anthony$210 surety Decker bond. was Opening New Shop

Bradford County Rescue Unit
fourth will Starke Man Arrested with intoxicationand
prison guard plead charged disorderly
responded to a total of 98 runs duringthe
guilty in a smuggling case in which months of April, according to 3 Times In 2 DaysA was released on a $52.50 cash
Florida State Prison inmates obtained Director Cliff bond.
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hacksaw blades, ammunition, Emergency 20-year-old Starke man faces
calls
maps and other escape tools last Chapman. 65 required several charges after he was ar- tJs
August, Assistant State Attorney transporting transport. and 33 required no rested three times in two days.louAnn's o Cutf'n' Loose
Elwell said 6 in
Tom Monday, May 1
Bradford County Circuit Court. ---,- -- Janet M Featuring: Calvin Kirklande
Elwell said Roger Harvey 31, of
Azalea &
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Keystone Heights, will plead guiltyto Blueberry StarlingRealtor// Lorraine Alvarez
introduction of contraband in- 100 South towards Keystone, take right on

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firecrackers. Inmates extract
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powder $1 000 off
homemade "zipguns," according to NOW OPEN 125. $49,000.5 .. .
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Randy Bass of Jacksonville, and '.., Charles M. Ball of Lawtey,has com-

pleted specialist an course Army at food Fort Jackson service, LOW BACK PAiN Wednesday, May 22, 7 p.m.

TOM JOHNSTON
S.C.The course trained personnel to

prepare and serve food in large and Tuller PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTTO
small quantities. Students received
field kitchen FABRIC INDUSTRY 4
training in baking,
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operations, and the operation of an ChiropracticCenter -Sew on collars in minutes. Eliminate that -
Army dining facility.He IEi "Homemade Look" learn to make store" patterns fit YOU Will RECEIVE
is a 1984 graduate of Bradford properly, Shows you an American method of make HOUR SEMINARIng
High School. c your own patterns at home that fit, In one short -A Slacks Pattern That Fits
( __ RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY Come ear _
i I N session A Basic Dress Pattern
Same Day Emergency Appt. ly for preferred seating -A Vest Pattern the 'In'

FLORILAND Complete FamilyChiropractic Reservations 964-8158 fashion garment this year

___ Between 8 a.m. & 9 p.m.
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964-7700 I Workers Compensation and US 301 North Admission '5.00INFLATION
Starke, Florida *This'Ad Will Not"Be Repeated _
393 N. T.mpl. Ave.Vernle auto injuries accepted.
P. Odom
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Joy Thornton Associate TREATMENT OF: i/ I

Headaches, Low Back Pain,
-Small House-App*. I ac.In country
Neck & Arm Pain Numbness & I f
Corner Lot 3 BR 1 B. In City. ,
I Desired Area 3 BR 1 BA assume Tingling CALL TODAY BUSTER

Mtg..alant Rd -3 BR 2 BA. with 2.39 ac. h 10 FT. BLK. MESH 9 FT. BLK. MESH

Sin Country 2 homes, ..e. Condition RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C J pfl o 120 LNA. 120 LNA.
own.r flnanc. DRAKE RECEIVER JANEL BCR 2000 RECEIVER
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Blanding,on May 18th thru June 1st, are expected.This presently engaged in their and movement of troops Guard's safety theme this year. units and the post while this two-
play host to South Carolina Army Is the fourth time this year two-week exercise. firing of the weapons is an Lt. Gen. Charles P. Graham, 2nd .week training period taking place. I .
National Guard's 131st Field Ar that this 72,000 acre training facility "Both day and night firings training tool and units can-
tillery (FA) Brigade as well as the has been utilized b> large groups of take place at the post as it In today's battlefield p ..Pe..i 1.1 -=' o--
2nd Battalion, 263rd Air Defense Artillery reservists and/or active component previous AT (annual / ) can move and fire at --
In military circles, units of .members.. periods", commented Maj. WIlS"r. :S Mothers DaySpecial
this type are known as "The Big -- -' Sledding, operations oi'ficeat South Carolina's 3rd \ \.. ;" ..... .
Guns' U.S. Army's XVIIIAirborne training site. "When the 178th Field Artillery will \1tS\G "
Members of the 711th Corps Ft. Bragg, N.C., FloridaGuard's warmer, we don't expect the 155MM self propelled "t AR ,"! "'"
Maintenance Co.,325th Maintenance 3rd Battalion, 116th Field factor to be as loud as it has in some of Camp
Co., 494th Medical Detachment, Artillery, Haines City, and Tampa's53rd it's cooler", he smd. more than 80 ranges, 2 00
202nd Medical Group and the 927th Infantry Brigade have had The rwisi'on lor night( firings both tracked vehicles..: Perms
training here since Ih( (' beginning ofI
Medical will also be here
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II I 118 Thompson St. .. U 964-4151
4-H News._ I I & Consignment Shop In Merle Norman Building Off,,Good 5/9 thru 5/15/

440 E. Madison St. Starke Plaza .
Bradford County any boy or girl between the ages of r .
4-H'era Compete 8-18 regarless of race, color, creed, 964-8169
Recently 14 Bradford County religion, sex or national origin.HamptonTheressa .
4-H'ers competed to represent the .SKYLINE HOME CENTER, 'INCT
county at the 4-H District Events in Mother's 101 mm .
Gainesville on Saturday May 18. 4-11 Day Special ( ?303 NdRTH jEMPI1 AVENU ESterke
Five clubs were represented at the Club Being OrganizedA New Ladies Shoes Ulf\ Fl. ;32091:! ____
4-H Club is being organized in Dress & casual !iH' PHONE
964-441 e 964-4778
competition.Eleven 4-H'ers presented the Hampton-Theressa community.The _________
demonstrations. Their content organizational meeting will be 3.49 Pair FREE Carnations to First 25 Mothersn
varied from "how to make held on Thrusday May,7:00 p.m.at 4
cheesecake" to "how to rewire a Hampton Elementary. : 1/2 Price Sale Throughout Our Store n \(- ',r Saturday May 11Vt(?
Parents and interested
lamp". youth are 4 ("..."\0Stop By & See Our Homes &
Four In the fashion Invited to attend. If you are unableto c Register f\\\" A
revue. competed attend, and want to join, please : Gift Certificates Available for Mothers Day << > <*> v.1 i To Win A FREE 17" Color TV
Awards presented were: call the Bradford County 4-H Office cat L. Good May 9 thru May 15 << h To Be Given Away May 31 _.
FASHION REVUE Anita Black 964-6280, ext. 224. 4-H is open to ,
(Jr.) Blue Award Amy Black (Sr.) any boy or girl between the ages 8-18 I .. ..
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Blue Award, Stephanie King (Sr) region of race, color, creed, '- .

Red Award.Award ANIMAL, Amy SCIENCE Tison (Sr.)Chris Red .- sex or national origin."--- -- -- .. . ,!
Barfleld (Jr.) Red Award. ELEC-
TRIC Lamont Adams (Jr.) White Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
Award, Randy Taylor (Jr.) Red
r Award. Jeffrey Adams (Sr.) Blue 1003 NW 23rd Avenue. Gainesville FL 32609
Award. MARTEN: ECOLOGY PONTOONS NOW IN STOCK ,
Mark King (Jr.) Blue Award.
1 1 PHOTOGRAPHY-Bryan King(Jr.) FREE HEARING TEST
Red Award. HOME ENV RON-
!| MENT -Rhonda Alvarez (Sr.) Blue
l| Award. FOODS AND NUTRITION Sales Service
f Lori Mosley (Jr.) Blue Award,Amy Repairs Phone 376-0095
Tison (Sr.) Blue Award, Annette
t. Balkcom (Sr.) Blue Award. v Monday thru Friday 9:30: to 4:30 except Wednesday til Noon
Bradford at
Representing County
; District will be: Anita Blace Amy SM jrfl'll' Home Testing by Appointment 10% Senior Citizens Discount
Black Chris Barfield Randy
f. Taylor Jeffrey Adams, Lisa Billy Kaylor, Licensed Hearing Aid! Specialist
Mosley Mark King, Bryan King,
Rhonda Alvarez, Lori Mosley, Amy
Tison and Annette Balkcom.
\i Judges for the county events
: were: Ms. Marty Barry. Ms. Linda --
t Chandler Ms. Jan Chaves Ms. .
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i A 4-H Club Is being organized in better way to enjoy than to entertain from the deck of
the Starke community. The your own pontoon boat powered by a "Mercury out-
organizational meeting will be held board" motor.
\ on Tuesday, May 7,7:00: p.m. at the .w IPR11CES
,1 Bradford County Agricultural t
Center 2266 North Temple Avenue,

Starke.Parents and interested youth are ]Lades wear OUTLET
invited to attend. If you are unable
I to attend, and want to Join, please

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TAXING TOTALS -
Federal, state and municipal OUTBOARDS
excise taxes on cigarettes duringthe
last fiscal year were
$7,833,142,971or$33.83per 4O31 NW 6th Street 373-7862 ?'
man, woman and child in the Store Hours Weekdays 8.00 to 6:00: Saturday 8:00: to 4:00:
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: Only MAY 12 Kills Mole Crickets Chinch Bugs. Sod Web Worms& More .
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With this; Ad, We Are Offeringflj. 6 I f ,_. CLIP cSAVE .- I II

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; / You A Choice of 10 Different Dinners 2 $888 I
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(Listed Below) To Choose From for $5.95 Ea. Peach &> Plum I 2Cu.FI.Reg.3.... I
i I I Sole Prices W/Coupon ,
Trees., ..$ 699 limaS Bog i Coupon Good thru 5/14/85
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: CHOICE OF DINNER: CHOICE OF SOUP: \ LINE TRIMMER '
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I Wonton Soup BUY THIS TORO WITH NO trolled I head. con-

i I Pork Chop Chinese Style Egg Drop Soup MONEY DOWN RFG,259: Sale 1'79'--

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! -Shrimp Chow Mein ..-- 1 -_ Per Month "" No Money Down,
(On Pork, Chicken, Beef) CHOICE OF APPETIZER : ,;i.-. Model No. 20675 Rear Bagger 21" Cut To Qualified
-Beef with Broccoli' -Self Propelled Rear Wheel' Drive -Hi-. Buyer
Fried Wonton Torque Cycle Blade Broke '

Pepper Steaks! .. Silver Wrapped Chicken 4 IU r REG. 345 ,
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CLOWNS. MOTORCYCLES FUNNY CARS BANDS SHRINERSI!
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On behalf of the Starke Shrine Club, I would like to Dwight A Cleo Elder Sons AI & Marge Carlisle Gordon Air Conditioning HEILBRON :-

Lake ChevroletOldsmobileCorbett's Davis, Monk, Farnsworth :
personally thank the
following contributors for their Tire Service ACo.CPA'sSlade Russell Lea Faye's IN Beauty Shop

generous donations and support. Your generosity is Skyline Home Center Tractor Sales Jones Funeral Home Nita's Beauty Shop

what makes this fund-raising event for crippled and Gib & Jewel Brown E.J. Dowling StablesA Tommy Tomllnson Keith's Beauty ShopGAINESVILLE
Mooneyham Heat A Air
burned children a success. Again, thank you from the Mills Cypress Friend Vernon Buff's Used Cars :

Starke Shrine Club and crippled and burned children in Davis Express Starke Auto Center Jackson Building Supply Dwight's Grocery
Longchamp Homes, Inc. Crown Central
Lumber Co.
this area. Manning Lawn Mowers Hllrs Van Service, Inc.
Acme Hardware
F.L. Fruits RIchard Judy A Marla American Appliance Parts Co.
Jerry Williams, President Bradford Rentals Crosley Manufacturing Co. CunninghamSteve Judge Chester B. Chance

Starke Shrine Club Looking Glass Dick's R.V.'s Broadway Tree Surgeon Media Marketing
Starke Pawn
Shop Ronnie Newman
Florida Food Service
Manning Fence
STARKE: .. ,,1 Buddy N Tlssy Starke Beauty Supply Griffis Construction Co. Company Latimer Tire Co.
Raymond Baer Merritt H. Williams Ins. Lewis Timber Co. Starke Cleaners LAWTEY: J.D. Sanders, Inc.

Love That Video Archie Tanner Funeral Home Denmark Furniture Rosha's Beauty Shop Emory A Bernice Duncan Mildred D. BryantMid

George Roberts Ins. Etta Faye Thornton Starke Motor Parts Gilbert G. Nelson Tatum Brothers Lumber State, Inc.Gainesville .

Jerry Hicks Strickland Sewing DrawTileA Hank & Charlotte Green Lawtey Shell Neon Signs

Florlland Realty Machine Repair Friend The Over the Hill Ice Cream Churn Sonny's Real Pit

Tiger, Sonny & T.T. Brown's Refrigeration Pete G. Felos, M.D.A Gang Waters GroceryMr. Bar B.Due

Best Western Motel Textile Town Friend Arthur Minnie Redding A Mrs. Allen TaylorMr. University City Florist

Neva Flynn, Supervisor Family Hair Design Lavern Outlaw The Sharon Aaron Family A Mrs. M.D. Crapse Gainesville Florist

Of Elections Mark, Tonya & Josh Hodges Terwillegar RealtyBill Frank A Ruby Bowen & Table Studio 38Package" 'use Brown Attorney

+j Jimmy Alvarez, Tommy's AutomotiveDana Dodd Etta Faye Thornton Lounge joe & Bev Sheridan

Property Appraiser Shane and Morgan Reddish Winkler Electric Starke-Bradford County Lawtey Auto Sales Harry, A Margaret Stalllngs
Judge & Mrs. George H. Pierce Biggs' Body Shop Mosley Tire Co. Chamber of Commerce Oral's Garage Pet's Gym

Patrick Welch & Associates Bradford Lodge No. 35 Noegel's Auto Sales Magic Needle Eunice's Nursery Jeff Coat Signs

Dave MengA Mr. & Mrs. Veil Best Durrance Pump & Supply Trail Motel Pete A Meldee Fancher

Friend Agricultural Center City Fish MarketA LAKE BUTLERA A Restaurant '

Douglas Battery Lady Bug Florist Friend Friend Heath Auto Service KINGSLEY LAKE:

LII Skeeters The Meat Store Automotive Parts Center Katherine's Beauty Shop Pioneer Electric Mr. A Mrs. W.F. Cooley

Tackle Box Wayne's Paint & Body Shop Badcock Furniture Frank's Barber Shop Janet M. Starling REALTOR New Kingsley BeachStrckland's

Hayes Electric A Family Practice Urgent Care Clinic Charley E. Johns Agency John A Vivian Whitehead Tompkin Liquor LoungeA LandingMr.

Air ConditioningFried Gus Kopelousos Register Oil Petit Used Cars Friend A Mrs. Stuart

Chicken Factory Inc. 301, Tavern Jerome JohnsDr. Lake Butler Farm Center Genesis Hair Design Strickland

Norman's Market Van's Upholstery O.L. Haynes Homer F. Hart, Sr. Souvenir Land Danny Craig

Hosier's Nursery Fayne Bernice Bateman Torode Oil Co. Employees of Ben's Restaurant Doug GloverHAMPTON

Econo Lodge W.T. Jackson, Inc. Hurst Exxon Lake Butler Farm Center James & Bea Creamer :

Richard E. Welty Bob A Karen Griffith A Wrecker Service McLeod's Barber Shop Griffin Industries

Jimmy Epps, Terwlllegars Bowen Pest Control Owens Joist This A That BALDWIN Stephen Smith

Merle Norman Cosmetics Jerry, Sue A Buddy Williams Bills C.B. Radio Spires IGA Store Jimmie's : Lett's Grocery

-.J.E.: Milligan, Acct. Malcolm Sarah Sanders A Satellite Clark's Meat A Grocery Rowers GiftsGerry's Sue-El Retirement Home

Jerwillegar Motors, Inc..* Darren & Helen Clark & Girls Timber Jack, Inc. Blanton Quick Stop Place & Hair Stylist
Baldwin
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Amoco
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{reen's Welding Shop u Bill ,'Evelyn Cruce &'Sons -, Starke K.O.A. Bjrjjara's Flowers Baldwin Food Stotir" :=",- .;Si;; Mills Cypress "
of i ifrer-: 'a.: ''m nru orsr1, i 11'/' VUrfemrw f ';: **'"''' "fc 1:"** ','" Alligator Creek Ranch Andrews Drugs Still '"\* Rhonell Estes

Johnson Feed StoreA Koch's Drug Store Goober's Shop Western Auto Bell Enterprises Mr. A Mrs. William D. Carter

Friend &>' B & M Starter A Race Car No. 74 Lake Butler Dry Cleaners Robinson ChevronLloyd's The Allen Archey Family

LoUie L. Archer & Generator Company Sea Glen FiberglassNew Doyle Varnes Insurance Package Store
Baldwin Auto Supply HIGHLAND:
City Barber Shop Marie Green Greyhound Lines Method Cleaners Roger's Bar-B-Que
Baldwin Police .
Dept.Larry's Hazel's
Grocery
Community State Bank Sheriff Dolph E. Reddish Mike CooneyC.H. Rivers Hardware & Furniture

Bradford Barber Ricks SalvageF. Nasworthy Winford Croft, Hawkins Grocery Frank Herndon

Bradford Square Style Shop Delano Thomas Putnam Medical Supply Tax Appraiser Carl Braddock Motel PUTNAM HALL:
Sunshine Electric Bob, Sylvia Steve Kroll Josephine Addison Willie MayesMIDOLEBURG
Leila's Dress & Gift Shop David J. Co.
Jessie Debbie Tax Collector Joseph
Teal Tile A MeyersLee
SAW Muffler Carpet Car
Shredder
Sears A Vickie Sparks Joe Usher Agency :
Durban MemorialsLou
Bradford Telegraph Pep-o Gas Station Farmers Dealers BankBlelling's Jack's 1.10 Truck Stop Lloyd Helen WilkersonBob
Redding
Baldwin Shopping CenterJACKSONViLLE A Lea Martin
Ruby's Automotive Dudley P. HardyThompson A Food Store Tire, Inc.
Auto Sales Rev. & Mrs. Walter Lee Howard Auto PartsA :
Frank Young NEW RIVER:
Amanda Hudson Steve Hutchison Paint Cont. Friend Jack Becker
Thornton Salvage Rocky Farm WorldORLANDO
WPXE AM-FM Charles D. MesserA Julian & Nita McRae Lake Buller Hospital Distributors, Inc.
Mrs. L.J. Green Hand Surgery Center
Ron Denmark Insurance Friend Spence Helen Crews :
Dr. Hernandez PJ's Sports Center Bob A Laurie Mullins Sheriff Jerry Whitehead George Ocille Turner Norene D. ClimerMACCLENNY

Charles June Thornton Farmers Mutual Exchange Patty & Billy Anders Texgas Corporation Doris A Buck Carter '

Shuford Chevron Starke Video Marvin Judy Brown & Triplets Delores Beauty Shop Lewis Barnett :

A.B. Whitehead Thomas Auto Parts Girls at Surplus PropertiesDan Hal Malnes, Attorney RAIFORD: Ben Walby
A Cleo Harley Barbara R. Montpetit
Williams Jewelry PROVIDENCE:
Pinehurst Grocery Dobbs Service Station
Starke Rotary Club Blue Grass Festival
Harry Green Auto Parts ,Law's Tavern Sapps Saw Mill Thomas Grocery
Barbara Brown Kids Archer Funeral Home
Chastaln's
Jones Craft Shop Jewelry
ACME Hardware & Gifts Mac & Carol Baldwin Ellington Construction MAXVILLE: TAMPA:

Julia's Florist Jones Funeral Home Whispering Pines Motel Dorothy Hayes Hatcher's Auto Parts Jerrol CohnKISSIMMEE
Jeff& Jan McRae Janie Godwin Harris Grocery
Kentucky Fried Chicken ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc.
Bessent, Moody Salzman Randy& Debbie Chism Judge & Mrs. David L. Relman Whitney Steel Co. :
Florida Pest Control
China Restaurant Helen CopelandEdna Carlton & Ellamae Chastain, Margie Cason, Florida Crown Printing Inc. Buddy NeB Garner

Smith James Shirley Gaskins Clerk of the Court Lucas Minute Market
Sheila's Sandwich Shop CONYERS, GA.:
Starke Shoe Gene McRae & Family Lake Butler Apparel Overpass Liquors Lounge
Repair
Cedar River Seafood Bill A Betty Matthews
& Oyster Bar Esther S.Hall, Joe & Mary Gissy John L. Shadd, Enterprises Buddy & Norma Jean
Lavone & Shirley Andrews Douglass Equipment Parrish
Tax Collector
Bradford Title A Abstract GRAHAM:
David A Era Browning Melissa Andrews Henry & Ouijie Wlnko
Barbara's Beauty Shop Dr. A Mrs. Leonard Schlofman James Joan Watson
Marlon Lucille Hillandale Farms GriffisWORTHINGTON
Powelrs Dairy Freeze Starke Auto CenterStump' Payne George Romey Clay Watson
Store Charles & Charlene Francis Bill. Iris & Paul CausevHardin's
Dimples' Style Shop Dept. SPRINGS: Doug Watson
Charles & Sandra Thomas FloristBROOKER
Andrews Drugs Bobby Carolyn Autry Mid-Florida Hauling Lloyd A Melanie Sit llwell
Thelma & Monk Dinkins
Western Steer of Starke David & Penny Aderholt : Williams Town Country Hazel Nolan

Griffls A Son Fiberglass Chuck Johnson Oscar Verna Davis Carroll's GroceryA Seay's Grocery Kelll A Amanda Griffls

Buddy& Margaret i Lewis Leta's Style Shop Drs Peter John GlanasIrene's Clenkl Friend Doc's Saw Shop ORANGE PARK: ,

Bobby& Gertie McRae CuHlgan Water Softner Beauty Shop Green Grocer Market Skip's Petroleum Don A Peggy Drought II"'"
& Conditioner McKenzie Tank Line
Sid & June Shuford
Bill, Andrea & Shannon AbramsA WALDO: La Pasta F-resca
Bradford
Edward A Janice ChristmasShuford's FloristWilson's FriendDr. Fla. Hydrocarbons Co. Tom's Cypress Inc. RistoranteJ
Chevron'Bob Florist DeRitcn Green & Family
AI Vacuum D.W. A Ann Whiffen Stallings Oasis
Peterson Dht. Co. Young
Jimmy Bowen Florida Federal Savings THERESSA: Orchard MotelBassinger's
Allen's Office Supplies
301 Liquor Store & Loan Association 3-T Shop Orange ShopChuck's
ofCommunity
Employees State Bank Bradford Furniture, Ind. Denmark & MarcheseG. Edward's Grocery Gun ShopHarold's

Carl E. Clark Smith Brothers Body Shop Gray Flynn, DM0 Doug A Eileen Raley Body Shop
DeShea Farms
Five Winds LodgeL.J.
City Barber Shop
MaxleA Kitty Carter HAMPTON LAKE Waldo Ace Hardware ,
Johnson Kite Timber Co., : "
Judge Elzie & Sandi Sanders A Friend The Sanford Family Powell Automotive
Florida Bank at Starke W.W. Woodchlpplng Bernice & 301 Auto Parts
Sawyer Gas & Appliance Charles & Agnes Dinkins Fayne Bateman
D.M. Hale Insurance Jackson David & Martha Smith Vernon Linda Parmenter Mrs. William A. Wisner
Santa Fe Insulation Inc. Building Supply Sgt. E.J. Kiser
Co. Claude Dolores Morgan ,: !
Red & krna Buford Forsyth Plumbing Construction Mr. Mrs. M.C. BrownA KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: A Friend .'

Walter Mary Carol Heape .Goetzman Dr. Gruen Friend .. Richard Roberts InsuranceJim Julius D. Eunice,
Slim Sanders Young Aviation Chief of Police
Olltfs' Mobile Homes Todd & Lee Manning
Mike A Gloria King Jordan Insurance Agency & Chris Roberts. John Grimes

.ks, Messy of Roy's Groceries Market Christopher, Will,Thomas

Pat THarnte Terence M. Brown, P.A. & Tara
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Siade .
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