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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 16, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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A 50 percent chance of rain this afternoon (Thursday, May 16)) Ity .
may finally bring some measureable rain to the area. I Two Section
100. humidity is predicted today, with thunderstorms up toSiinch SECTION At 16 Pager :
'/ from noon until 2 p.m. Newi . . .PageeI-IA,13/i
Extended outlook is for scattered afternoon thunderstorms Fri- Editorial . . . Page 4A ':
day, becoming widely scattered Saturday and Sunday, with highs Social. . . . Pages 5.9A
from 84 to 92, lows in the 60s. Legal Notice . . .Page 7A tt
Late afternoon thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday produced lit- Sports . . . .PORCH I6A tttra
tle rainfall, but created some high winds or small tornadoes, local
residents don't know which, Monday at Lawtey. No homes were SECTION Bt 1Z: Pages
damaged but the winds uprooted four large oak trees and twisted Shrinera Rill. . . . Page IB I
off green limbs along a straight line running N-S from MarvinRosier's Blanding Mohili/lItion. . .Page 4B
home to the Laura Harris residence. An electric pole was Help for Elderly. . . Page SB JL
snapped off at the ground. FPL and the city, using LWCI inmates, Fltneu Run. . . . .Page 6B \
worked all night clearing debris and restoring electricity.No Newt Brief. . . .Pages ?B
measurable rainfall has been recorded so far in May. Thirty- Want AdhPage 0-1 OBDcath The Sweetest Strawberries T' .

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Library Funds...

The Friends of the Bradford Coun- ,

ty Library are conducting their an- Has Problems

nual May.fund drive during the month of ,


"In this time of shrinking budgets it .
your support is vital to the continuedwell.bemg 'J

of the library and its programs ,
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.>: ; Ahead
Weeks. 9 Changes
Free blood pressure checks and 1.. 'li.,,.... .7'''
diabetic screening will be offered .IJ -'' : : .;K .. asp -
from 9-11 ;
Friday, May 17, a.m. by
Upjohn Healthcare Services. A ; Close the vo-tech center? the board. Personally, Smith said,
check for diabetes requires eight -1I.r That was the question put to Brad he feels the K-12 program must
hours of fasting prior to the test. ford school board members Tuesday come first.Declining.
night, May 14, by David Smith, the enrollment at this vo-
Call St. Survey... director of the Bradford-Union Area tech center is not unique, Smith
Vocational-Technical Center on the says. Enrollment is down in collegesand
Results of the historical and corner of Brownlee (CR-2290 and vo-tech schools. Only two vo-
survey of Call Street and the proposed Orange Streets in Starke tech centers in Florida have increased -

nomination of this 128-year-old Money is the number one need at in enrollment, he said.
National of -
district to the Register
the vo-tech center where enrollmenthas
Historic Places will be presented dipped sharply in the face of Enrollment...

tonight (Thursday, May 16)) at 7 p.m. .. newly imposed fees, a cut-off of Currently, 153 students are enroll-
Woman's Club.
in the Starke veteran funding, and a state rule ment at night in the vo-tech center.Daytime .
The meeting will be conducted by '. ,: 1 that 70 percent of adults taking a enrollment is 446 students,

Paul Weaver, preservation #. .'.. ., ... course, such as welding must go to which includes the BHS business
specialist; with Historic Properties, ) work in that or a related field.A education students assigned to vo-
Inc. of St.Augustine, who has con- big problem is the declining funding tech for the first time this year.
ducted the survey of over the past .. For In addition vo-tech is also housing
.. rate for vo-tech centers. example ,
three months. See page 4 for more .;... .
a funding unit for welding us- 14 classroom teachers from BHS due
information. ed to be 4.46 times the regular stu- to the fire in Phase I of the high

Downtown Plans... Shriners ri dent rate. That has been cut by the school. In the morning there are
state to 1.59 times a regular student over 500 students at the vo-tech

A Ma 30 meeting, open to the .:fl.' rate. In such classes, which must be center.
public, is set in the Starke Woman's ; held to 6-8 students for safety, the
Club to discuss plans for revitalizing on : number of students cannot supportthe The Options...
central downtown Starke by adding r.'hee..C teacher's salary and other costs.It Director Smith outlined four options -
parking, planting trees and shubbery i tt1 means the vo-tech center, which as he sees the problem, to the
and widening sidewalks. traditionally was heavily funded anda school board:
The six plans originally presentedby Parade... 1frf supporter of other programs, is
engineer Jim Robinson have been now under funded, said Director 1) Continue, as presently, with
narrowed to three by a process of Smith. Bradford High School. Encourage I.,
elimination of less desirable More people lined downtown Smith asked for a committmentfrom retention of students now droppingout.
features, The three plans are on Starke streets than local mer the school board to continue to Make vocational courses a part I
display 'in the Chamber of Commerce chants could remember in manya f art operate the area vo-tech center. of the high school curriculum.
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office. The Downtown Progress day to watch the annual 1 That means taking dollars from .
Committee is in the process of Shrine Parade to benefit crippled other education programs, Smith 2)) Make a comprehensive high ; "

meeting with property owners and children. said. school by closing the vo-tech centeras
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merchants in the target .area to Parade watchers were two T p .. Smith asked the .board to let its it is'now, flip-flop the high school
.. preview the plans prior to the Ma and three deep along Call Street,. +'v.. r N -- r a plans be known by early in the com- and middle school, rezone to put

, 30 meeting. bringing back to mind picturesof j ', L ing school year, so his employeeswill more K-5 students in outlying
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yesteryears. ql I have time to find other work. schools, and the middle school a 6-8 '
Square'em Up... Downtown stores were busy o Combining the vo-tech center with school center for all students, .
before the parade, but the crowd s r4'. Ys : Bradford High School, the current establish an exceptional} child centerat
Each second Saturday night will melted away after the parade ,, i trend, would mean the closing of vo-tech.
feature square dancing at the the heated the r
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sun up most current programs for adults at
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. sidewalks.The d1J '14 ,K 1 the vo-techer center Smith said. 3)) Combine the entire operationand
Ken Perez of Jacksonville will call Shriners, with the Starke ,, r .' .>, "If I sound concerned, it is by closing BHS and putting all
the square dances, which will beginat guys drawing the hottest job, a' ; t J because I am," Smith said. It just under the direction of the B-U Area
8 p.m., at the main stream level. cooking the chicken, sold almost nt ;;: ? ,t,, ? simply doesn't look good." Vo-Tech Center. This way the vo-
For more information contact 1,000 chicken dinners. ,. The February FTE count at vo- tech center can continue to serve
Millard Brown, phone 964-7955. For the first time the chicken' r tech was up over last October, Smith adults, Smith said. Adults are a

has been cooked under the Ter. pointed out, saying he believes the positive influence on high school
willegar Ford building and + has bottomed out and
'' -' program students, he added.
Upcoming... tables were set up and music ; ?1pr f t begun to pick up. Question is, can the

The Bradford High FFA Ban- was played by a Shrine unit. J,, yt school board continue to operate the 4) Make like an ostrich.Smith said
quet is set tonight (Thursday, May For more on the Shrine 4 .J vo-tech center as it is with all its
16)) at 7:30 p.m. in the Starke parade, see Page IB. e+ Y other committements. Smith told (Vo-Tech..PK.13A! )
Elementary cafeteria. I\
Brooker Elementary School
students and staff are presentint a

and dinner-theatre Saturday nights at 6:30, May p.m.17-18 Friday, in Space Tight at BHS, Teachers to Rotate ClassroomsHow I

the school cafeteria. For reserva-

tions, phone BE, 4681812. Seating is
limited. do you get 1.4 teachers per classroom? return to seven 50-minute periods per day, say "Oh, I love that part" and stay on what Plans are to offer classes in creative
The Bradford School Board By rotating teachers so every classroom is saying tachers prefer that. their favority subject matter to the exclusionof photography and computer graphics.
meets Monday, May 20, at 7 p.m. in used every period. That's what some Brad- It would mean elimination of the present 100 other material. An example was made of a Foreign Language: About half the students
the administration building on.US301 ford High teachers will have to do when minute periods. history instructor whose favorite period is the have expressed interest. Casey said SpanishIII
north across from Bradford school opens next fall. Such "itinerant" Civil War and who gets no further than that. will move toward more conversational
High School. teachers won't have a classroom of their own New Standards... There is a lot of history since the Civil War Spanish. French and Latin will be offered but
The City Commission of Starke but will meet their students in a different Principal Casey, the former superintendentwho and students henceforth will be tested on the the teacher will be out of field unless six hoursof
meets Tuesday, May 21, at 7:30 classroom each period. Classroom vacancies did not run for re-election and who plansto more modern history and its affects on society courses are taken this summer, Casey said.
skills will be stressed -
in hall. when the teacher occupying the Casey added. Language arts: Writing
p.m. city occur retire at the end of the current school term, teacher will have
The Florida Folk Festival is set classroom is at lunch or during a planning told the school board about skills students in grades 912. Each
Books Don't Fit... fewer than 100 students per day, and not more
Friday-Sunday, May 24-26, at period.Rotating. must accomplish in each course in order to
Stephen Foster Memorial at White teachers will operate out of an office obtain a passing grade. Casey said the BHS staff has found that textbooks than 25 per class. Casey said BHS may pickup
Springs. Starke's own violinist W.B. used for home base and go to an available based currently in use don't address the stan- 25 or 30 additional FTE in compensatory
be
"Next will on performance credit he
grades will count for ,
year
McKinney will be making his 15 appearance classroom. In that manner, four teachers can standards and skills to be mastered," dards required to be taught. skills. Basic English

at the state folk festival use a 3 classroom complex. Plans are for in- Casey said. For example, an English I class That will mean new textbooks, and a larger said. is neededto
A security system
Sunday, May 26, at 3:30: p.m. Mrs. structors to teach five classes per day with an might have 65-70 skills to be mastered. An expense than usual, Casey warned the school Library the: loss$6,600 of 300 books per said
of teacher for each 25 stop year
will size
class
Canova one
Mona accompany average board.
have 70-75 skills to
English honors class might Olivia Scott who also pleaded for
Librarian ,
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the said plus handle a study hall
McKinney on piano.Strawberry students Casey ,
be mastered.It additional funds for the high school, saying
It's'a saving device, BHS PrincipalTom students in the correct BHS Building Needs... and
Golf... space will mean placing high school materials are more expensive
Casey told school board members who classes, Casey pointed out. A main problemwill A $75,000 remodeling job for a fourth more diversified.
The Strawberry Invitational Golf visited BHS Monday night to hear about the be making certain the work is not too difficult science lab and $25,000 to furnish it are the Mathematics: One teacher will be added in
Tournament is on tap this weekend, school's needs. Attending were school board or too easy for a certain student's level. most pressing construction needs at BHS, the math department. The compensatorymath
May 18-19, at the Starke Golf and members Rodney Hall, Len Schlofman, Judy Casey also recommended having teachersact said Supt. Jim Duncan. program will continue. Textbooks will
Country Club. Becker, and Chairwoman Patricia Spengler. as student advisors, rather than leaving Also in the BHS.plans but not likely to be be a large expense.
The tournament was rained out Also present was Supt. Jim Duncan, BHS also the counseling up to the two guidance done this year is a $300,000 expansion to the Music: The board members were asked fora
April 1213.Report. Assistant Principal Bernie Winkler and counselors. gym for more locker space for physical committment of $5,000 per year for the
several teachers. Casey also pointed out that next year's education classes. band, but Mrs. Spengler said the board
Awaited... When Phase 1 of BHS, the burned-out wing, class, 1985-86, will be the last to graduate with doesn't know what money it will have yet,and

Chamber officials await the returns to use it will have 10 rater 22 credits. School board rules now require 24 Class Offerings... refused to make the committment, although
classrooms, as originally designed, credits for graduation, beginning with the assuring Band Director Buddy Ball his request -
report of the Evaluation Committeefrom than 14 the building had when gutted by fire. 1986-87 class. Art Classes: Some 90 students have expressed would not be forgotten. Ball said the
Com-
of
the state Department "The day of passing a student because he is interest in taking art in the schedul- I
merce on the county's applicationto 7 PeHod Day... sweet is passed," Casey said. ing process now under way, said art instructor (See BHS..P.3A)
be named a Blue Chip Communi- Principal Casey also recommended a Nor will teachers have the opportunity toLL Bobbie Sue O'Brien. I

ty.Such would place ,
a designation


possible Bradford Department industrial County of Commerce.on sites the of list the Effortto of state 'Wish List' Same as LastLawtey Year., Paterson Tells Board __ E jih j


become a Blue Chip Communityis find someone who a practically name their
headed up by the Starke- Elementary Principal Buddy ments are scheduled to go next door to the tne program designed to give adjustment price." l
head start -
on
a
Bradford Chamber of Commerce. Paterson told school board members septic tank area. pre-kindergartners to school and basic skills. I
"...preparation of this year's 'need' list was "*
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simple because he just made a copy of last Walk-in Freezer... "This program will soon be mandatory oy Our Way Costs...
3-Rivers Relocates... year's list. Second on the needs list is a walk-in freezer stale standards and LE is trying to get the Several discussions led up to the money I
Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc All the school board members attended the and refrigerator for the LE cafeteria. jump on the state," Paterson added. dead-end and the fact that the school systemis
has relocated to the Bradford County LE meeting May 7,including newly appointed Principal Paterson added that he has operating on a very tight budget since
Guidance Clinic, in back of the board member Len Schlofman. received $3.000 estimate I if Lawtey Correctional Speech Therapist... receiving $400,000 less than planned for this
county courthouse. Institute inmates build a freezer. A speech therapist is the fourth item on the term with 300 fewer students showed up than ;
Attorneys will be available to see Septic Tank Problem... refrigerator for the school, as has been offered LE want list. were planned on.
prospective clients the second and Paramount on the need list is repair or A suggestion was made that since the "The state can tell us how to run this" i
fourth Thursday of every month replacement of the LE septic tank which for school board already contracts with Upjohnof system economically and not be in the red,

from 8:30-11 a.m. years has not worked satisfactorily. Although Pre-K Playground... Gainesville for a physical therapist and occupational said Supt. Duncan.
For additional information phone several steps have been taken to correct the Third need on the "wish list" is a pre- therapist, perhaps speech therapy "However, this means to follow their .;
Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. situation, the septic tank and drain field for estimated to cost could also be contracted until someone to hire guidelines, such as no bus service within two
in Gainesville at (904) 372-0519. the 350 student school remains inadequate. Kindergarten playground can be found. miles of school, lunch price increases, all 6-7-8 \

Please DO NOT phone the "Unless something new is recommended, I $700-800.This Is a newly begun P CKr year school grades buses.at middle All these school things and separate middle, but
save
look- money
been
Guidance Clinic which will not be think we are just throwing good money after children of are The school administration has
old handicapped like do these
the hire for several we have our own way we to
Rosa.lai for to years
able to with legal questions, Ing someone
help
Cynthia
but this is still bad problem, said at LE. Mrs. I
a five
Robert H. Graddy, executive bad currently exceptional child proJram Superintendent Jim Duncan said, "But with things and, frankly, if we want things our
says school board member J.T. Parrish, himself a in the LE "
instructor them.
must for :
director. Rltch is the fulltime aide the salary we are able to pay, it is difficult to way, we pay
building contractor. Now the Lawtey Apart and Mrs. Mae


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condition in a Gainesville hospital
r.Y. after receiving second and third The accident occurred May' 9 at
degree burns in a flash fire In the 1:20: p.m.at the corner of Cherry and
.t I bucket truck in which the electrical Jefferson Streets, where the .company
: company employee was working. is installing new concrete
power poles. Edison was in a bucket
Lloyd C.Edison works for the J.L. truck when the wires apparently s
Malone Co., which is erecting con- shorted out, creating a fire. He
wa / crete power poles in the city and stringing received second and third degree
'\ A new line, received burns May burns on both arms from the elbow
.9 in a flash fire. up to his shirt sleeves and on his
.neck, face and ears,said O'Neal.Edison's .

Lloyd C. Edison was taken by
Rescue 60 to Bradford Hospital
where he was flown by Stat Flight to condition is listed as
Alachua General Hospital, accor- satisfactory, according to a hospital
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These students at Lawtey Elementary made straight A's for the fourth Bradley Ball, Joni Griffis, Shannon Edwards, Stephanie Cox and
semester. Veronica Williams. 9
From left to right on the front row: Christina Itanjbar. Lori Kilgore, On the third row from left to right: Marla Scott, Dede Cox, Kim
Raye Padgette( Greg Durban, Matthew Griffis,' Zack Smith, Sherman Johnson. Samantha Jones, Angie Redding, Bridgett Holder, Dana Nor.
Ross and Tamara Austin. man and Jason Pilcher.
In the second row from left to right: Misty Crawford,Rochelle Prevail a




I -McKinney Lauds Board for Efforts at BMSClassroom



furniture and a A time out room is needed for the place to put students or teachers," new cafeteria. Leaking roof pro-
washing machine for the cafetoria exceptional child program Prin- said Science instructor Jeanne blems faced the middle school for
are the top priority needs at Bradford cipal McKinney said, describingsuch Loper. years, but it isn't leaking now, said
Middle School,Principal Dewey a room as a place to put a very That leaves the school board facing McKinney. The school was built in
McKinney told the school board May distruptiye child for a of space problems at Starke and 1968 at just over $1 million, without
time until the child can calm down Southside elementary schools, the walls and without a cafeteria.
10.A list of classroom furniture totals and go back into the regular high school, and the middle school.

$7,370, the washing machine $600. classroom. "These needs are very "real, but Bus Problem.., Make your graduation gift a lasting memory cherished for a lifetime
These items help toward a planned every school has its needs, McKin- Brooker resident Ethel Douglassaid Clue that specIal grad a gift of Add-A-Gold Beads Show that you
program of such furniture provisionand Efficiency Lauded... ney pointed out."We're she heard .he school bus would are proud and say I love you In a very special way. ..
replacement, McKinney wroteto "One thing about Mr. McKinney all running out of space, pick up her child at 6:40: a.m. next Add-A-Gold Beads' Vhe gift that grouts lonelier with the years,
the school board. The amount of when you come to the his school,you Mrs. Spengler said. term and asked if that was true,
money should not work a hardshipon don't have to ask questions," said Supt. Jim Duncan pointed out pointing out that is nearly l'/i hours 20% Off Gold Beads
the total county school budget, he School Board Chairwoman Patricia again the district cost-ot-living for- before school takes in.
said. "This is mula knocks the Bradford districtout Jim Duncan said he realizes
Spengler. really great, Supt. Thru 31 1985
May
said Mrs. Spengler of the handouts of$411,753. Bradford gets only 94 there is a problem with long rides ,
Still top priority but more long- McKinney presented listing his percent of the money its student and overcrowded buses, that his .
range because of the lack of money number earns because, according to
priorities for BMS. staff is talking over various solu-
by the school district, Principal the state's cost of living formula, it 1
The meeting was attended by tions but has reached no final deci ST 101 W'C"SII"'
McKinney listed a classroom for costs less to live here than other Mon Fri'5 5 30 Sll I'91
several BMS teachers and sion. No decision has been made for
health education, and a six. employees and administrator counties.A such an earlyk pickup, Duncan said, i; L-1\t 'IIt.72n
classroom science
complex or Charles Hall, who will be principalof lot of programs that need space terming what Mrs.Douglas heard as BUY NOW ton
renovate the six classrooms
added last
present have been over the seven
BMS for the 1985-86 term, as well hearsay. Oil FUTUBt OIF '
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being used for science Into science as school board members Judy years, but the state has tied no Duncan said a new plan may be OCCASIONS. Jcwc1ry"'a.1 SWAYS.Sons TO Cwdl 1UVCorii. : equipped classrooms. Becker and Len Schlofman, and classroom construction money to the tried before school is out this year. Gallery inc.
With BMS enrollment now at 839 Supt. Jim Duncan. programs it requires the school The school board has talked of buy
and projected at 900 for the 1986-87 "We're going to do what we can districts to have, pointed out. Supt. ing more buses for double runs.
term, the six new classrooms could do..that is good for young people," Duncan.
turn into seven or eight'.A small fifth .said Mrs. Spengler, meaning the IlIIn --- --- -- ---- -nIl
grade coming PI:Will!hold'\enfCl1., board does not yet know how much McKinney Lauds nY IU'Inlll'; .jqii
ment to that lev.*};>fcKinney; \ ) Jhopea,:' ':"Jnoney>> it' willhav, '.!11'".! its/iw budget. ( Efforts of' Bqard..f' j i 11' rISunsh1i"ne
BMc3s .El r. &, : "' 14 years ne'nas b'een'rfn ,
Space at atktt'preouiiiXLnow IrfA '> KM In the : ao- n 01q Id
with health education classes ministrator in the Bradford school
being taught in a storage room. The Space a Problem... system, the school board "...has Electric
room has a sink because it was a The tight space problem is illustrated never turned me down when it had
storage room, said Mrs. Adele Mit by the fact that there are monies to work with," pointed out
chell, the health education instruc five rotating teachers at BMS, who Principal McKinney, slated to be &
tor.Plus go from classroom-to-classroom assistant superintendent beginning Plumbing Supply
the computers at BMS are taking their materials with them. If July 1.
mounted on carts with large rollers the middle school grows any more, As examples, McKinney pointed to
and are wheeled into each room. additional classrooms must be built, the walls which now divide the mid- Has Moved !
There is no separate classroom for it is evident."If dle school into individual
the computers. we grow, we would have no classrooms, the new roof, and the ,


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Crossing Guards to be Paid i I I'City


commissioners agreed 4-0 Chief Bowen said the guard will be
May 7'.to pay for half of the cost of uniformed to look professional and f
two school crossing guards at Starke be easily recognized motorists.
and Southside Elementary Schoolsfor The agreement was reached April I
1 the remainder of the current 29 by a seven-person committee of j
school year. school, city and county officials
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen told ci- chaired by School Board Chair
ty commissioners he wanted to try woman Patricia Spengler.It 1
the-system out this current school wait agreed the guards will be :
year to work the bugs out of the employees of the city, and that the ;
system. The issue will go to the school board will make a.contribu- ,
school board which offered the half- tion to the city for the purpose. An in-
and-half deaf to the city, at its Mon- terlocal agreement will be written to
day, May 20, meeting. cover the situation.
The crossing guards will work The school board and city commis-
n -d cii piiU under Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, sions have been ,working on the ,
who will be be responsible for train- school crossing guard proposal for I
ing and providing relief guards when some months, but negotiations were
'y the regular ones have to be off duty. speeded by a close call in which) aa
+ 1 d. y, The guards will work two hours per kindergarten student at Southside
{ p day, an hour in the morning when Elementary darted out onto SR-100 ;
4 school begins and an hour in the and was struck by the the mirror on I
afternoon when school dismisses.The the side of a car. The child was not I
crossing guards will be paid $6 badly injured, but 13 stitches were
per hour. required to close the cut.

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These students at Lawtey Elementary made straight A's on their Raymond Durban Joni iriffis, Shannon I ";lh\I1'd'4. Audry Massey and
report cards for the fifth semester. and Joy Smith.
On the third row from left to light: 1\I.11'la Scott, Flitter i Day begin,' a tradition by having
From right to left on the front row Raye Padgett Matthew Griffis, 'Indy Harris. Kim Nor .do...'*baby thoM prmarwd in
Zack Smith, Stephanie Cox", and Tamara Austin. Johnson... !Mark Shufonl, Dana Norman, Jason I'ilclivr and Laura '_ bronze Moor llyW.from!up'our 2Wh FIN, Mvingt moftlpopular .
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On the second row from left to right: Misty Crawford Bradley Ball .082 Mlnlatur. *O..IN.rl.Pram
ft1 Unmounted aha
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I Board Approves New Used Car Lot in Starke Style StUnmounted Shoe bphlb0nz..nlqueb00epM, b*Any.of,.tti*-M in UN dlISxbr..1 10.oI.rgOid.b.dBright Ofr.ntim.er: Sw..:
porcaiiiniiing' a twautrful chM..rs rwwh..MMN.IMM
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Bronze tn lovely. .1"tone For only 25. toiler,wewrit
Reg SIS SO angtaM.. baby name. and birthday. We can even.
add $and ngn for a rmrwnal 000 t
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Approval to allow a used car lot on After the brief discussion of the Renovations Under Way... Dancy, who was sales managerfor NOW ONLY b.Remember up to 25%...'''O.dun''ilOUrF.lhor.1 Day
the old Texaco station on US-301 plans for the commercial property, According to the two men who will the Mazda dealership in VC 1 2....8 B.I.Th.puMcn. way lo M.d.I"tradition" .
across from Winkler's Applianceswas the board unanimously approved the be operating the car lot Terry Dan- Gainesville, said they chose the loca-
given April 25 by the Starke property be used as an auto sales cy and Alex:Salazar the target date tion because of the growth potentialhe ....ends May 25.
Board of Adjustmemt. location. for is foresees in :.. next few years in
opening 15.
May
Lucile told said didn't know .
Property Green Green she Starke
owner Mrs. 9 wpuvuin.4 I '1Wwurbw
the board members that the land when the lot .would be open for ing They work were of carpenters directing the and remodel-paintersthis "Look at the traffic, there are :NOI' .r' '' .:.-1.-.

would be leased to some people from business, but did say that the per week as the old service station 28,000 cars a day passing by here," 123" HOW 134wJewelty.Bt.Gift
Gainesville who would begin selling sons involved were ready to get will take on the look of a new sales Dancy said.
used cars and hoped to get a new car moving as soon as possible. lot. People will be moving to this area

dealership eventually.wouldn't ,Taw....... ,. --,-, ...__......._;:l-="-___I_____._, _. ._ :....... from both Gainesville and Jacksonville '
Mrs. Green give the -t.: 'w:" "%'N-W-= : rm.t ;ts as more and more families seek
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names of the persons who will be $I'C: -::-** III!"'; .,.___..___=_. relief from the big city, he says.
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leasing the former Texaco station. SLSSIrVk... lp Dancy has been in the car businessfor
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Janet Turner of the office than with five of
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zoning -N ----''''- more years
said the Department of Regulation ;:a;: :;--:4: ':: 1 =-a:: : :H.= those in Florida. Salazar worked
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would require removing the fuel '';j :: :: with him at the Gainesville dealer-
tanks formerly used by the service = -. l, \ ::::.F S.iif", ship. Gallery*,inc.
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station. Mrs. Green said the. tanks ;, ..:.:" t \ ""I' ; \, ,:.__ The firm will be called D and S 104 W. Call// St.
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had already been removed. + : Motors.
,.... ,. y 4J\.;" !J 1' 1' "( -" Dancy said from 25 to 30 late Mon..Ff//. Starke, Florida Sot 9-2
;" I 1" ij model cars will be kept in inventoryand
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BBS 1A) .E" '- '. 1 ,ie a service area is planned to take 9-5:30 964-7271
(from page ,t.f ": care of those vehicles. 4
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band budget exceeds$11,000, but the .r wrwur j. '7.i
"-- W! t tI ti
band parents organization will raise 't'..-, ..

the remainder of the budget. ,;;, L
Supt. Duncan said a decision will I
have to be made if the board wants a "r.", i HAMBURGER98cu
bdftti progrtm. A good, band,program ...' ............ ..+ 1 ., \\I'., tr,i u I : .
will require "over and above" =

effort by the board, Duncan said, r. 1 .
Science: Remodeling for a fourth "
science lab and equipping it, new
textbooks costing $6,000, and 1. cieoii eu7D
disposal of old chemicals were the iI

needs listed.If ,.
BHS goes with the 1.4 teachersper

classroom, the science lab may "
be returned to its original configuration I
RibSTEAK
Casey said. .f Boiled I
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Social Studies: One new teacher Neckbones

will be added to the Social Studies ." .. HAM & \
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Dept.A new religion course has been Pig Feet
Rib
requested by 45 students. The Cookies Turn into Bicycle... ROAST

department has also requested a SE first grader Kenneth Wainwright sold 337: boxes of cookies, with a $1 98 Lb. Hog Maws
computer. little help from Grandpa James Wainwright of Lawtey and Papa Heed $1 98 Lb.BOLOGNA .
Jones of Starke, and won this racing bike.
Use Auditorium... Little sister, Kristen, 4, is with Kenneth in the photo. Parents of the
Fix the BHS auditorium so it be children are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wainrlght. 39 4
more useful in the academic program The cookie sale grossed $19,000 of which Starke Elementary netted 0'
was suggested by science in- some $7,700.Mrs. ,'
structor Ronney Harris. .Cindy DeValarlo's third grade class sold the must cookies and wona $1.69u nly Lb.
Inexpensive improvements, suchas trip to the Pizza Hut. ,.
lap desks,could be made,he said.
I Pork
Beef Choice
Filthy Hallway... Smoked Tenderized
The hallway/walkway betweenthe SHORT RIB
BHS band room stays filthy,said lt BACON HAM
band parent Lynn Foster, who asked
why the hallway cannot be mopped RIBS TIPS Whole or Half Side89'u. Hall or Whole
along with the cafeteria. feeltlC
Principal Casey agreed with Mrs. =
Foster on that hallway, and said $1 29 $1. 09 lb. 89 Lb.
) there are areas, particularly on the lb.
fringes of the campus,which are dir-
ty or trashy. The custodial staff is in- IIJ@HJ ?
sufficient to maintain BHS as it Center Cut PICNICS
should be, Casey said.Correction. .
PORK CHOPS
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... WhiteTuffy 6 Oz. 1.69. 6 9 <= lb.
The names of the entire trumpet
section and several other membersof AMORO@TOilET
the Bradford High School band
was omitted from the April article BUY ONE GET ONE FREE
Fire AntKILLER
concerng the Tornado band trip to
Atlanta where only two of 44 bands
earned a superior rating,the highest SEAT Dixie Link Sausage $3.99 2 Lb. BOX
possible, and the BHS band was one
of the two.Members. Reg. 8.29
Oz. Box
16
of the trumpet sectionare 7 1/4/ Oz. BOX 6-Pack
Jimmy Wilson, Lynn Holtzen- $400 Dixie Lily Dixie Lily SchaefferMacaroni
dorf, Kevin Cogdill, Tim Weir, Kim $688
Gowens, Larry Nazworth, and Trey EOBBB QUICK GRITS BEER
Howard. Other names omitted in- OBB
cluded Angela Montgomery, flute; Jobes
Michelle Hendrix, Kym Casey, and Servess & Cheese 3/$100/ 2/$100 $1JB9
Carol Baker, clarient, andf Kenna FERTILIZERSPIKES & Tax
Wilkerson, bass clarinet. SPRAY
The Telegraph apologizes for the uarts
forTomatoes Hack 18 Oz. 20 Oz. Flowers
omission.: -The Editor PAINT Tendermix Old Milwaukee

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Sez Who! Fires have played a significant role in Down She

In spite of warning the history of Call Street, as they have in
signs prominently most other U.S. cities and .towns. Goes!
displayed, heavy Sometimes fires have been a blessing indisguiset '
Item such as mattresses eliminating slum ,areas and A wrecking ball
and old appliances r- substandard business buildings,and allow- dangling from derrick
are illegally .. .. ing them to be replaced by more modern tackles massive job of
damped at the and more attractive structures. At other rating burned wreckage
county's four collection times they have destroyed historical land- left by 1978 fire that
points.The county "k5 marks that were irreplaceable, leaving a swept a third of a blockon I
pays additional expense void in the community's social, historical, Eat Call Street.
of hauling such and cultural life. Building at right Is the
items on a flatbed +r' z Telegraph office and
w On April 10, 1889, a disastrous fire swept printing plant which
truck to the landfill
M through two blocks on the north side of
saved fire wall
neat' 'Keystone *., r was by a
East
Call Street consuming
many
and Inch
Heights'i. an eight space
buildings and their contents including a between It and the adjacent ?
three-story brick structure next to the building. Except f
railroad, owned by Jerry M. Johns. for this protective wall,

The fire was believed to be of incindiary the entire business
origin, and soon after the alarm was block ; could. have been
sounded by a bell hanging in a tower at the burned.. "
corner of Call and Thompson Streets, "the
streets were full of people, both men and
,women who worked with a will, carrying fighting the spectacular blaze, the cause of A fire wall on the west side of The I
water and removing goods" from the which was never determined. Telegraph building, with an eight-inch!
stores, according to an account in The S. space between the newspaper and the burning
Telegraph. Starke had no modern fire inferno is all that saved the rest of the
equipment at that time, and the only The third and last memorable blaze on block-and perhaps the entire downtownarea
means of fighting a fire was the local Call Street occurred early Sunday morn- from destruction. Firemen, stationed
"bucket brigade", formed by young men ing September 10, 1978, gutting the area atop The Telegraph building kept water
of the town, who passed buckets of water between the Old Courthouse and the Brad- pouring into the eight-inch space, cooling
>ti, along a line from the nearest pump to ford County Telegraph building. Sixty the blaze and. preventing It from spreading
douse on the fire. regular and volunteer firemen, nine fire eastward.
it itJwY trucks, and 14 hoses fought the fast- ..
I The Telegraph account of this disaster burning fire that completely destroyed Since the fire, the space occupied by the
continues: five businesses- the Top Dollar store, two five destroyed businesses has been used
"The frame building next to the Johns beauty shops, American Family Sound, for Call Street parking, and is expected to

.L.4i T':J .' ,..r ,. . .'. "..:.. building caught fire several times, but bywelldirected and the Confederate Gun Shop.Actual property continue in this role for the convenience of
; efforts, a few buckets of loss was estimated at $350,000, with students attending the Santa Fe.Community .-
Unsightly scenes such as :.his: In a Starke residential water kept the fire from getting ahold. The replacement. .... value set at $500,000.. College Starke Center: -
area are caused by dogs being allowed to run at Kentucky House (at the northeast cornerof -
large in flagrant violation of the city leash or Call and Cherry Streets) was badly scorched -
dinance. but only a few dollars damage done. ... ..1
Two small buildings on the south side of
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Call Street opposite Miner's (Jewelry) .
IKOJJCE! store were kept wet and saved. Had these L

,&":CLOSED.BY, houses caught fire, the Commercial Hotel Street
would have been liable to be burned. Howit Call Survey To Be Made Public, May 231&
6 !DL MWCa was that the Gaskins Brick Block was .
.
ClMtr ; saved, is a miracle, and only by the united '
a k efforts of determined men could it have Results of the historical and architectural survey of Call

been done. Street and the proposed nomination of this 128-year-old

c ', r t. }"4 sd "The fire next caught in Truby, Stern- district to the National Register of Historic Places will be
burg & Co.'s lime house and was quickly presented Thursday night, May 23, in the Starke Woman's ,,
communicated to the large warehouse us- Club. i
ed by the same firm. Next the fire attackedthe
jewelry store of U.D. Miner and the The presentation, which will Include interesting facts about
.- Willie Thomas house, occupied by J.M. the history and architecture of the downtown district as wellas

Henderson as a photograph gallery, and photographic slides of buildings as they are now and as
J.W. Hicks a barber All of these
as shop.
buildings were burned to the ground.The they used to be, will be conducted by Paul R. Weaver, preser-

., vation specialist with Historic Properties, Inc. of St.
commented that"Starke
A4' ( t wlj has no Telegraph fire company or water works, but Augustine, who has conducted the survey over the past three

she has a lot of young men who know how months.
4a to fight fires. They deserve the highest
Supplementing Weaver's presentation will be Walter
praise, and so do some of the ladies.
Marder of the Bureau of Historic Preservation, Tallahassee,
In a letter to the editor the following and Dr. William R. Adams, consultant with Historic Property
week, a citizen wrote (in part): "...great
\ chunks of fire were blown several blocks '" Associates They will discuss the possibilities of preservationon
Signs like this are becoming during the fire. The wonder is that more Call Street as an opportunity for revitalization of the traditional -
familiar I
on the Bradford County property was not destroyed. Most of the downtown district.All .
landscape. The threat of closingeven 7i k 1 losses were underestimated last week."
t hangs over the one remaining Call Street merchants and property owners are urged to
landfill In. the, county .unless state'.'' ,, attend this important meeting OtfJ/ will. be,
.oj Attending, ,,
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"[ I'n, metp \w ". Another spectacular fire, thedlwntown
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railroad tracks the
N'i .; A year'At( so ago this corner east of in..th \ ,members of Bradford CountyHistorical Board of
L.. .j L,.., rtuy MYMIW ,P..,.u.,. .,_Across from .,,, Trustees; ,;andreres'< 'ffives/ .* civio'n/tcbs, Chamber,'of
out. Now dump trash garbage -
keep outside dumpers the instead they of Inside. the block-long Florida Plastics building on Commerce, and city and county governing boards.
posts E. Call Street burned from 11 until
after 4 a.m., when it was finally p.m.brought The survey is being funded by a $3,000 grant administered
under control. It was built in 1942 and was through the Florida Preservation Board, and matched by the

r' Call Out the Trash Busters! known then as Blanding Center, housing Bradford Historical Board of Trustees. Starke's grant application -
businesses and concessions catering to the
was one of seven funded by the state board out of
thousands of soldiers stationed at Camp more than 20 applications from all parts of Florida.
Blanding during World War II. After the
should prove to an effective instrument.
With good prospects that Bradford war, the building was converted to a Refreshments of sandwiches and hors d'oeuvres will be
County will soon receive its Certifica- With as many as 13 deputies working plastics plant in which were stored large served preceding the program.
tion as a Florida Blue Chip Community, after hours to nab litter law violators, quantities of extremely flammable
it is more important than ever before Sheriff Lu Hinderyvtold Alachua Com- material. Two fire trucks, 12 firemen, and
of water used in
that we "put our best foot forward" in missioners that word of the stepped-up 100,000 gallons were

meeting and greeting representatives of enforcement program is spreading fast r

industry and other developers who will and should produce results.

be attracted here by this impressive Those caught littering face fines of up County AgentS Notebook Coping with Garden Insects By Bobby TaylorAs I

designation. to $500 and/or 60 days in jail, although

Hopefully, the new ordinance, dealing court-ordered work on cleaning up

with problems of landfills and litter will dump sites may be assigned as punish- summer care you've approaches given the preparationand vegetable All this may sound discouraging. But, face. Mole Crickets tunnel through the

be in place by that time and the county ment. garden will really be put to your the test. I say fortunately,it's actually fairly easy and in- in the root zone, feeding on the roots
will have the necessary instrument to, Alachua commissioners this because insect problems at this timeof expensive to control above ground pests disturbing the surrounding earth. Ins
that threaten vegetables. Your garden in this category are best controlled wit.
be serious. Summer in
deal with violations of its rules. Sheri year can quite
a reed to a $15,000 contract with our area provides the heat and humidity on center should have a number of insecticide secticide baits, which are also available at

Since the present ,ordinance was Hmdery, which provides $15 offdutypay which insects thrive. And, without adequate sprays to kill foliage feeding bugs. garden centers.

declared unconstitutional several for each hour they stake out a dump control, pests can destroy your Diazinon Something would like be Sevin Plus Malathion or One thing I don't want to do is encourage
weeks ago, the landfill operation is site. To increase public awareness of garden. a good choice. you to use pesticides if you really don't

mired down in Bradford County, and the new dumping-control efforts, the Very soon,all the time and effort you've Insects which live in the soil are a different need to. While a preventative spray program
matter because it's hard to reach might be essential in a large scale
garbage is pouring into our one remaining county has produced a brief videotapeon put into your garden should begin to payoff them with sprays. Cutworms simply cut commercial operation, you can usually
in delicious fresh vegetables! That is,if
landfill at an increased rate of about "Trash-Busters'" using a musical to before the insectsdo. young vegetable plants off at the soil sur- deal with insects in the backyard gardenon
can get your crops
twenty percent, with no legal means of backdrop with words 10 the tune of the you. All the care you've given your an "as needed" basis.

control. An emergency ordinance is now popular "Ghost Busters". The vegetable garden up til now will be meaningless
being written and will I be presented to videotape features scenes of illegal if insects are allowed to rob you of '

the County Commission as soon ,as dump sites, with deputies hiding behind your the most harvest.common This week and bothersome I shall talk about bugs Forestry Bradford County.. '

possible.In underbrush to nab illegal dumpers.
you may find on your vegetables, offer -
the meanwhile, the landfill Twenty-one Alachua Countians (some some advice on their control. ". Summer Forest Camps Available "''

blackout is being augmented by another with prominent names) are now facing The insects you need to worry about in .
By: David W. Norton
long-standing nuisance litter strewn prosecution for illegal littering or dum- the weeks ahead are divided into two p. Bradford County Forester
broad categories. There are thoes which _.
along the ditches and of ping. -
rights-of-way live and do their damage above ground,
tor ten weeks this summer, two of week This -
course. Includes hikIng
many county graded roads, as well as The Alachua Commissioners have and those which live in the soil and bother Florida's biggest state forests the and extended
camping through the unspoiled
some hard-surfaced highways also tightened and toughened up their the roots and lower stems of vegetables.The Blackwater River and the Withlacoochee- forest.At .
most common above ground pests include will host hundreds of students for a week at
Recently, some voices have been raised law regarding landowners who allow Leaf Miners, Army Worms Spider a time. the end of the first week course, the
against the so-called "bottle bill", trash, construction debris, and other Mites, Flea Beetles, and CUt- students are asked to use what they've
which would place a refundable tax on discarded items to build up on their worms and Mole Crickets top the list of The first thing the young people are learned in a simulation activity. They will
beverage containers in an effort to land. The new law gives the county below ground villains. Leaf Miners seem given when they reach the camp is a brief be considering all the possible uses for a
wildlife survival.
to cause the greatest damage on tomato course in They're taughtthe given piece of land, the environmental impact -
make it profitable for drink consumersto power to order the land cleaned up and cucumber plants. They're called Leaf basics of first aid, water safety, and ,and all the advantages and disadvan-
return their bottles to the store rather within 30 days, or the county can do the Miners because they burrow in betweenthe how to identify poisonous plants and tages for both people and their environ-
than tossing them out on the highway. work and bill the owner for the cost. transparent membranes on the top and animals. Then they begin exploring the ment.
Voluntary recycling and bottom surfaces of the leaves as they feed., elements that make up our world.Soil,air, .r
programs Bradford County could possibly get They eat the living plant tissue,leaving the water, plant and animal life all of these Helping young people to make intelligent
education against littering are a step in help in cleaning up its roadways with membranes, which then look like tiny win are closely studied so the students can find decisions about our lands that's what
the right direction, but do nothing to youthful offenders from the Alligator dow panes. out for themselves how all the elements In- these camps are all about. The future of
help control the litter of other containers Correc- terrelate. Florida is at stake. There have been some
STOP Camp, or the Lawtey The Army'Worms you'll find in your
some of which contain toxic Both of the state forests contain a wide changes the camps since they began.
tional Institute which often assists in garden are the same as those you're probably
For one thing, there's room for more
; chemicals which leach into variety of terrain. Native trees and plants
ultimately familiar with in lawn.
community projects of a worthwhile all too your students. We hope to achieve an enroll-
the untouched land. The
1 the aquifier They feed on plant foliage and attack a cover camps use
nature. Once these areas are thoroughly this to full advantage. Students are en- ment of over 1,000 this summer..

i i Alachua County is now attacking its cleaned up, perhaps the litterbugs variety of crops. couraged to feel the soil, listen to the The camps are co-educational, too.
, litter problem wIth' a would have the good not to Spider Mites aren't really insects. In sounds of the animals, and sketch the ;
unique grace And there's
program fact, as the name suggests, they're actually that plenty of spare time for the
plants they see.
called "Trash Busters". ,It has all the recreate these mini-garbage dumps in more closely related to Spiders.They're students. Life isn't a structured activity,
appearance of being 'a natural, and the future. tiny pests usually on more than a fiftieth of The field activities are done in groups of and we know that too much "teaching'*
I an inch long. They gather on the under- eight or ten, so each student has a chanceto can ruin a learning experience. The suc-
sides of plant leaves, and feed by piercingthe share his discoveries.The group leadersare cess of these camps inn't measured In how
leaves with their needle-like professional foresters or environmental many hours are spent listening to a lec-
J mouthparts and sucking out the plant educators; people who have made this ture. It's measured in the discoveries that
juices. Because they're so small, you may their life's work. are made, the friendships that are begun,

t not notice them until they start to cause Both of the camp programs now Includea and the eyes that are.opened. .. .. .
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severe damage full day of canoeing. This provides real-
There are still some spaces available for
I g. // Aphids, sometimes called Plant Lice, life practice at water safety, and a close- this summer. If you'd like to attend the
also cause damage by piercing leaf tissue up study of the plants and animals living camps, send your child, sponsor a student
iI and sucking out plant juices. Flea Beetlesare along our rivers. contact your county forester's office at
chewing insects which cause damage One week is barely enough to begin to 964-6280, ext. 219 or stop by the
'The first Indoor tea skating rink w.s built at Madison Square Garden In New York in,1879. by chewing small holes In vegetable take all this In. So, for a limited number of Agriculture Building and ask for a

It measured 6,000 square e.t ofsurfac: leaves. students, we have an. ndvinrwl sand brochure at the reception desk. ,
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II Cindy Norman and Scott Roberts Wed April 27',in HeilbronnCindy 1'1 1'1I:



1 L. Norman, daughter of Mr. Williams of Salisbury, N.C. to a wide appliqued chapel' train side of the cake was a silver I
i and Mrs. C. Glenn Norman of Sherri! Norman attended her sisteras adorned with a wide bertha bow.She candelabra with carnations, roses
. Lcwtey,and C. Scott Roberts, son of maid of honor. Attendants were wore a string of pearls, and her cap and baby's breath. Cutting the cake r
,' Mr. and Mrs George W.Roberts,Jr. Nancy Lee of Lawtey, cousin of the of satin with bows and fish net was in were Barbara Reddish, aunt of the
of Starke, were united In marriage bride, Melanie Roberts of Keystone the front with illusion net and fish bride, and Lori Williams of I
April 27, at 7:30: p.m. in Heilbronn Heights, sister-in-law of the groom, net in a bow in the back of the cap Gainesville, cousin of the bride.
Springs Baptist Church with Rev. Karen Chitty, Michelle Sapp, Stacey and drifted down to the waist. She The two punch tables held silver a' i iy II
Dean Cassels performing the nup- Denmark and Shelly Haley. They carried a cascade arrangement of punch bowls which were encircled I
tials. were attired alike in hot pink taffeta, Rubin lilies and miniature carnations with fern and daisies. ,
The altar was highlighted with a long gowns with a bussel bow in the and freezlas. Assisting in serving were Mrs.
large arch laced with fern, carna- back with puff sleeves and they wore A reception was held in the church Norman Dowduy, Jr., Mrs. Danny
' tions and daisies balanced by a large white pearls and white gloves with Fellowship Hall where guests were Luke, Mrs Dewayne Hardee and
{ S fern on a high stand and palms on large ruffle with bows. They carried greeted by Mrs. Faye King and Mrs. Michael Lee, of Starke, Miss
'. :. each side with a candleholder arranged cascade arrangements of Rubin Selina Cassels kept the bride's book.. Dee Gaskins of Lawtey,Mrs.Clinton
1.1 : with carnations, white roses lilies' buds, miniature carnationsand The hall was decorated with ferns, Norman and Mrs. George Goldsmithof ,
;- and baby's breath. Each window sill -freezlas. Brandl Jones, two standing candle holders Jacksonville, Mrs. James W. Lee ,
.' :: held a candle and fern daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randy decorated with carnations, roses, of Florahome, and Ms. Rachel Rilesof
x Ray Norman, pianist, uncle of the Jones, was flower girl and baby's breath and baskets of the Gainesville. t
), ;: bride, and Jimmy Alvarez, soloist, same flowers throughout.The .
: t provided nuptial music. Given in marriage by her father, cake table was centered witha Following a wedding trip to
,) E Richard Roberts attended his the bride wore her mother's wedding three-tiered cake with a set of wed- Sanibel Island, the couple is residingat $
brother as best man. Ushers were gown which was a white em- ding rings between the first and second 105 N. Epperson Street, Starke.
; Scott Baker of Jacksonville,brother- broidered organdy gown over taf tiers and a fountain betweenthe The bride attends the Universityof i
in-law of the groom, John and Joe feta. The snug bodice was accentedby second and third tiers with eight North Florida and works part- V I
Valinskl, John Denmark, Ricky a scalloped decollage and cap surrounding cakes with a filigree time at Western Steer Steak House. ,
I Johns of Starke and Tom Brennan, sleeves with self-covered buttons walkway from the main cake.On the The groom is a graduate of the y r
.. HI of Savannah, Ga. Ring-bearer down the back to the waistline. The eight cakes stood a groomsman and University of Florida and is ta
was Matthew Williams,cousin of the long princess lines of the gown bridesmaid. The cakes were associated with George Roberts In- _
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bride and son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry drifted into the skirt which gave way decorated with pink daisies.On each surance, Inc.

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I Hospital Auxiliary Holds Banquet and InstallationBradford 4


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Hospital Auxiliary held year. Bernadine award Early, Awards for the members.C.E. "Rip" O'steen, Hospital ad- Betty Warren. "
Chairman, gave pins
its annual banquet and installationof ministrator, gave a short talk
accumulated hours put in. The four The head table was covered with a
officers Monday night in the First he liked involved with
in the most accumulated stating being white linen floor-length cloth and
Presbyterian Church FellowshipHall putting hours of service in the past years people who care and giving to othersas centered with an artistic arrange-
with the Alachua General Bernadine Early 8524, Linda a labor of love. ment of spring flowers balanced by
were
Hospital, as part of the Santa Fe Johns and Marguerite Hall AI Kay Carlisle, chairman of the three branch silver candelabra with
6,184, .
Healthcare '
System, catering the Bradford Board of Directors
and Nela McGee Hospital white tapers. The dining tables were ,
3,504.
filet mignon and lobster banquet. 3,196 who \" .,. .
Jewel Roberts and Marion Crosby, installed the officers, were covered with white and yellow
.. During the dinner solos were as oldest members of the Auxiliary, the same slate as the past year: covers and centered with white
presented by Edith Hernandez and were presented with special awards president, Marjorie Thomson; first tapers in crystal! holders. b ,
Virginia Crawford with Mona and pins. vice-president, Rose McConnell; se- !\ .and Mrs.Scott Roberts Photo by K.f-M. .ndwl
Canova as pianist. Gerri Green as chaplain gave the cond vice-president, WilmaJean 75 members and
President Marjorie Thomson invocation and as membership Terry; recording secretary, Roxanne guests Approximately attended including doctors I
r presided over the meeting where annual chairman stated two new members Ruckdeschel; corresponding and and their wives and officials from
Kimutis
reports were given.The 59 Aux- have been accepted to the Auxiliary: secretary, Sophie Bradford Hospital and Alachua
iliary volunteers have put in 13,113 Gladys Collins and Ruby Cofflahd, treasurer, Linda Johns. Directorsare and General Hospital. f
hours of service during the past bringing to a total of 16 new Ruth Meng, Jewel Roberts

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I Items of InterestDonna of' theNews NoticesChurch Items I

Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lowell King, Mr. tifacts from the Civil War will be
The Ervin Andrews and Mrs. Danny Luke, Mr. and Mrs. displayed and discussed at the mon- I
Carlton Host Rehearsal Dinner Glenn Norman and Keith Reddish. thly meeting of W.T. Weeks Chapter, WeddingsReceptions
Guest of Honor The dining tables, set up on the U.D.C., at the Western Steer Steak I
screened covered House Monday, May 20.
large porch, were
At Baby Shower Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews gavea with red checkered cloths and The historic materials have been Gladys Mooty Parties I
dinner party Thursday night of las I centered with arrangements of roses collected by Robert R. Jones of !
Donna Carlton was honored at a week, May 9, for their son, Michael,, and day lilies. Starke, a Civil War"buff",who will 964-7608
baby shower Saturday, May 4, at the and his fiancee Terrl Massey, at the The couple were given a silver read excerpts from the letters and
Raiford Community Center. Western Steer Steak House followingthe casserole dish from their hosts as a other documents, and lead the
Hostesses for the shower were couple's wedding rehearsal.The memento of the occasion. discussion.
Melverna Luke, Cindy Thornton and U-shaped tables were covered Twenty-five couples attended bet- U.D.C. members and guests will
: Sherry Sapp. with Belgium lace cloths with a ween the hours of 7 and 10 p.m. have a "Dutch treat" luncheon at
; A pink and blue color theme was garland of ivy interspersed with rose 11:30, and the program will begin at
: carried out in the streamers and spring clusters down the length of the 12 noon. Anyone interested in the
}i. floral arrangements placed at tables. The head table was centered Teresa Wilkerson, Civil War period may attend both t
j points of interest around the room. with an arrangement of roses the luncheon and/or the program. It
,,tf"iliiiest and iVv. Ctobta ;Kev.in Underbill\ ,..,. aV-in.',.
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I l11he.UbIGlt'were'' 'pYeeddnanrnc,q ,'vales' fth 'tabtes1 ?. .., .' is requested that those attending call
'o stint Ikb held *
: rowhead position at the front of the To Wed Mby 25 ? Mrs. Franklyn Weisberger, chapter
: room. The center table was covered roses and shasta daisies. Place president, at Keystone Heights
: with a pink tablecloth, upon which cards marked the seating ar- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilkerson of 473-4958, or Mrs. Herbert Thomas,
: were placed various types of cakes. rangementt for the 30 guests which Lawtey announce the engagementand secretary, 964-5344. The public is in-

s:;: The ordered centerpiece baby cake was, which the decorated specially wedding included the party immediate and families out-of-town, the daughter approaching, Teresa Michelle marriage, to of Kevin their vited. FULL I $ J SAVE
guests. !999 J!I!l95
:: with diaper pink pins.and blue Two baby flanking booties tables and The couple presented gifts .to their Joan Dean Underhill Underhill,of son Starke.of Eugene and 2 YEARWARRANTY
the dinner.In
blue attendants during ADK Hosts $100
: were covered in light The bride-elect attended Bradford Banquet No Interest
: tablecloths with an overlay of baby High School.Mr. Award Meeting
No Payment For 90 Days
: designs. Placed on these tables were Underhill is a 1983 graduate of
; punch bowls centering both Bradford High School and is I
: tales which also held pink punch. last week's Telegraph, in the employed by Union Correction In- Alpha Delta Kappa of the Alpha Compare Gilson 8 h p. rider with competitive models for engine quality '
?- bridesmaids luncheon, May 4, given Gamma Chapter met on May 6 for
Lazy Susans displayed a variety of stitution. design transmission and warranties. Ask
its annual dinner in the
May banquetroom
for Miss Mrs. John H. Andrews'
Massey,
nuts; one of the crystal platters was The wedding will take place Satur- of the Chicken about our service record Gilson is tough
hostess left off I Factory.
name as a was
covered with sausage hors the item submitted to the paper and day, May 25 at 5 p.m. in the Members were welcomed by the and durable; that's why we give you a full
the other with finger
d'oeuvres Church in
Highland Baptist 2
warranty
the president, Janet Gunning. Gifts year
sandwiches. Chip & dip sets were the family regrets error. Highland.All .
were presented to the new pledges:
placed at.the ends of both tables. At friends and relatives are invited Lynn Melvin, Kathy Hobbs, Kathy 4'l' i Standard features:
various points of interest, spring Engaged Couple to attend. Register, Sheila McConnell, and
.
flowers were displayed.The B&S synchro-balanced engine
Teresa Patterson. Door
prizes were
walls were decorated with rat- Honored at Dinner awarded by the vice-president, 5 speed gear drive(sealed from
tan butterflies, placed strategicallyin Carol Redding.A dirt and grit)
the room to appear as if the butterflies Miss Nancy Lee and Ray Norman I Civil War Artifacts flower theme was carriedout Peerless transmission
1 were smelling the spring were honored at a couple's dinner To Be Displayed spring in the table decorations by 30 inch full floating mower deck
The center of the was May 11,
flowers. room party Saturday night given I
hostesses Thelma Thornton and Ed- .
decorated by a mahogany cradle, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon I At U.D.C. Meeting 35 inch turning radius
die Sexton.
which was a gift from Elsie Carlton, Reddish. Co-hosts and hostesse: Joyce catcher also available
: the paternal mother. This is where were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Clemons, Letters, medals and other arLawtey -
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the guests placed their gifts to the Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Sr, Look at other models and then buy a Gilson the first time.
honoree. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dowdy,
Several games were played and DICE! tilC3Wi.le>> n
many gifts were awarded.As .
the honoree opened her gifts,as STARKE Water Plantit Approximately $35 per month to qualified buyers.
the hostesses, Ricky
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Carlton, her husband,
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As a memento of the occasion,Mr. Walter F. Monti. Pastor
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-OOOOC LAKE 8UTLER FL 32054 SWl/4 S OF CR 233 EX! R/k CEX 002169-000-4 21 5S 22 Is S It
HAYES E A MARTHA 17 7S 20 PORT H OF NN 42TH AV CO GR RD 00804- ,-02500 0099O- -oaoocKLOOTWVK NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4 OF NMNW 114 ,61

; POBOX 716 LOTS 3 C 4 OF BLK 8 CORLLOTTA (II FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL THOMAS A J III C M A. TAWNY 1/4 OF Nk 1/4 OF NE 1/4 t'*I

ALACHUA FL 32619 UNIT 1 5.40 AC PO BOX 10621JACKSONVILLE (827.32 PO BOX 267 BEG AT NE COR OF NM1/4 k -j

02 75 19 SUB SANTE FE ACRES 001098-000-6 FL 32201 HAMPTON"' FL 32044 I IFOR FURTHER' LEGAL SEE TAX" fItLLI)
ALL Nlll/. OF NEI/4 M Of aRCH 00607- (62.92. 29 6S 21 STELLA H. 29 TS 21 12.00 AC002T58000T

I C N OF HWY C NEI/4 OF NW1/4 -00200 LOT 25 & NLV 29*' OF Hl/2 OF NE 1/4 OP SEl/4 C LAIN .
000681-000-0 240.94 /'/RISING R E II .
OF HWY LAKEMOOO NE COR OF NM1/4 Cf SEt/4 S- (313r'
50.00 ACSUB 190070C RT 2 BOX 1262 THAT FOR OF Sl/2 OF SltlCF
LAW TERRANCE C STARKE Fl 32C91' .01328- -COOOC.
FLORIHAVEN AND E FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL
001922-000-9 STARLING DOYLE 6 INE2
RT 1 BOX 92 36 SS 21

000047-000-2 BROOKE FL 32622 El/2 OF NW1/4 OF SEl/4 S OF 0080404700 ., /21.00 AC RT 1 BOX 28 \ ..riLAWTEY
(182.69
SU8 GRAHAM SO00222C0004
18 15 20 GR RO EX WLY 350' HAYES ARK SHARON D FL 3205e
q.oon00000 PARC OESC OR 138-5.18E1NG 9.00 AC 395 H TEMPLE"' AVE 22 55 22 ."
HAYES N G MRS 68.19
LOT 7 OF Lfj-R ECO PLAT OF '001142-000-9 STARKE FL 32091 "1011 Wl/2 OF SWl/4 OF SEl/4 C:
C/O N G HAVES JR (239.97 30 01028- -CO IOC
6S 22
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RT 2 BOX 179 0062600301 LOT 47 LAKEWOOD UNIT 1 M NOEST R ET AL ll-A IN NW COR 210' SO t Sl/2 .

I ALACHUA FL 32615 000684-000-8 IH.17 THORNTON HENRY F JR SUB EDWARDS"' REPLAT OF PO BOX 26 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE lAX SELL
12 7S 19 RT 2 BOX 1296 GRAHAM'" FL 32042 1 '
Wl/2, OF fIIElN OF CO GR RD C 00419C1100 STARKE FL 32C91 001993-000-6 29 TS 21 1T.64. AC Ip II

NW.OF N-.&,,,. LE MIRE JEAN C. 01 6S 21'W 0080500209 NE1/4 N BEG AT SH COR OF SMI/4 CF Nk4 .f3'V 98
HUNTER STEPHEN A 002786-000-0 -
70.00 A C. 81.76' OF N '.0' OF'NEl/4 EDWARDS LLOYD G EST N 1049.6t' E 625.21' S 1C42.01 COCOC
4400 SW 20TH AVE 1410q0157.0001 01349 ,11
OF NEI/4 OF SWl/4 RP I W 625.16 TO POB
8177.19 GAINESVILLE FL 32606 3641 BOWDEN'CIR E J8ENNETT 0 K SOT lIT,>
6179-6176 15.00 AC iOR BK C21S PG 051,
JACKSONVILLE 1
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HOLMES FRANK J ARC DUG OR 178-296. BEING 001148-000-9 (419.98 26 6S 21LOT' 'r 1' SUB STARLING UNRECD RT 1 BOX 788 'UJ

I LOT 11 OF UN-RECD PLAT SANTA OF EOWAHOS LAWTEY FL 32C9E .
1621 ASTER OR 00626--00800' &, 0 002314-000-7 (109.79 \ 41 I
MAITLAND FL 92791 FE ACRES 00168O-000-7 23 9S 22 .
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01091OOOOC
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12 65 20 2 BOX 1808 .r
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BEG 99' E OF NM COlt SEC FOR MCCREOIE KAREN L t El/2 OF NEI/4 OF'' NW1/4 OF 1''
STARKE! FLA I HOMER L GRIFFIS
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POB. 32091I016S21 NE E RT 1 BOX 9 9LAUTEY '
10- 57'W 210*. TN M 210..."* O0471- -00400 I I, JACKSONVILLE FL 32210 N RU CF FL 32C9C ''SUB TON. OF' LAMTEY. k CF.-RR') ''"

ffpn FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI CAUDILL BERLIE FLORA-" N ....A OF El/2 OF SE 11. OF 03 7S 21 N 930 36 4S 22 "11.
LOT 9 OF LAKE SAMPSON (26U10
P 0 BOX 305 002804-000-2
Sill 1/. j TAX, RCLLl S-' A OF SE1/4 E OF HWY 301 CM ;' I.JA
11.42 RAIFORO FL 32083 AS OBSC.OR. 11X9 01398- -COCOC '
0<000191-000-9 8.00 AC00L1500002 OF SAL R/H EX EAST 220' SEX .
00132- -00101 24 55 21 001690-000-2' (299.69 PACE M 'M" & PACE JANE H; 10
PARC Skl/4 BEING 82
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CROOKS GENEVIEVE! (406.29 00832 -oon t
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL '
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1634 MESTCLIFF ORNEWPORT NLV Rill SR 225 S 82DEG N ON 00626- '-0090C "' R, MAE 0 3.IT AC MILTON FL 32SW

BCH NLV R/W LINE 676.19 TO P08 HARLEY S C .JR ( SANDRA C 2403 SAM ROJACKSONVILLE ;23 9S 22 iro

CA FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL RT 2' BOX IBoe '' FL : !isi/2 OF El/2 CF LOT 2 C ". .3f'OF /
32216
'. 41.41: AC' l ,. 002316-000-9 $11.34 El/2 OF LOT LP'.IIU! .4,.11\
92660 < 41S'V
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6520 .e 1 1..3 32091 ;0FU6- -. '.tnos iP LOT 11 OF LA JSA MplsdM !: '" \ "lll &.l.. JACK L (
111.aHdIiC1i: 'J"-10.1U Ie qQQ"' 1-000-5 '-( ....-f1avN91 3
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f U..34'N THE PUBLIC. EVANS ROBERT1J..lliENOA.En. 20.00 AC / I 00169V-OOC-2 TAX, ROLL FL 3209B 01362- -COOCC .T'r,Ia ,ru>

IFBR'FURTHER LEGAL see TAX .ROLL RT 1 BOX 426LAWTEV 001161-000-3 (210.39 00832- -0012410 I STARLING RELGENE, IM
36 4S 22
41S''L
SUB NEW RIVER FL 32098 00632-* .-COOOC DURRANCEAJEFFRtY" E t>' : n'.IJ1\ 523 TULANE AVE \ 'II' til.JACKSONVILLEFL'
THE S 82 OF H 85 OF THE
; 32207"C ,
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; 390223-000-6 COM INT OF ELY OF SEC 24 RT 2 .BOX 1910 STARKE FL 32C9 J !23,522

0015200100 t NLV.R/W, $I\. 229 RUN SWLY STARKE FL 32091 03 TS 21 SAL Rill OR' 122-591.. JE 112 FT OF LOT. OF eL* 4EJI

ClVATT IRMA"' F ALONG R/W 338.09MO POI CONT 02 6S 21 LOT'24 LAKE SAMPSON SUB MOO OLA KM |IE 90 FT IN LAWTEV k OF RY jo

P O BOX T42 IFOR'FURTHERLEGAL; SEE TAX RLLLIMMUCKALEEFl. / OESC OR 183-68' '75-0C'g-Y--" '
Nl/2 OF NEI/4 EX 9 A IN NE 0 105.51 002830-000-3 (225.h
33934 13.32. AC. COR' W 30' OF THAT PART OF SUB OEERFOOT TRAIL NE1/4 01122- -OOOOC 0138000000 '

I.24 6S. 20 i 'r. Wl/4 OF NEI/4 N OF- RO S-229 001711-000-2 CHAMBERLAIN JAMES H C BARBARA OIXON WILLIAM R J*:
VST OF BLOCK 10 OF NEWK9VER 000821-000-8 228.50 /
11 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI 10083200214 RT 1 BOX 850 RT110X' ,
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00486- -COOOC L LLOUAdNA' > ? ?t'J
72.90 AC : MCCLENAGHAN RICHARD LAWTEV FL 32056 LAWTEY FL 32(51 '
LEWIS GEORGE W & LINDA L 001244-000-5 '", ,
(19:78 1215." 166.08 10 55 22 23 9S 22 'J
RT 2 BOX 2110 '
1 330229-000-2 STARKE FL 32C91MASON O0683- -COtOC 10 369 f INtHUR ST OR' LOTS 31, 32 6 33 EX LOT 79* E 160 OF LOT 2 OF BLK 8 IP ,
331503000 CHURCH JACK S PHYLLIS JACKSONVILLE* FL; 32218 : .JE ELL E HIS BY 290' ECto IN NE CCR CF> LAWTEV k OF'RY '. .1 '
I THOMAS ESI 25 9S 21 RT 2 BOX 248 'OJ 'ts 21 p. 32.RP 673-674 (326.66;
COM 128' W OF SE COR OF 'SWl/4 032839-000-1 (
RAVSOR .
I MILLIE GLEN ST., MARY FL 32040' LOT 14. OEERFOOT TRAIL 29.90 AC002403COOO
NW1/4 ON E R/. 01392- -OOOCC .. '
P O 9JX 8983 OF HWY 16 RUN 10 65 21 OR l'a,-320. .IU \
I FT LAUOEROALc FLA N ON E SIN 323: FOR POd Cowl,, L001117oaDe :'GIBSON ELLIS THOMAS :AC ,
COM AT NE COR OF SE 1/. IJE' / EX E 312.12 '
i 1334 DARTMOUTH AVE .
1. ,iJlll IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLl SEl/4 S 32.51' W 115.79'SIIILV.220.69' OOB32- a23"1w iOZI08A 011310130C I' BALTIMORE MO 21234 "u:U1., :

24 6S 20 ,. S 7I- k 31.51'I ED CHASTAIN THOMAS B LOUISE 2)5S22 \
LOTS 4.9.6 OF BLK 19 I IN to..No0082B0000 597.36 ..AI
FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE lAX BRANTIRD RT 1 BOX 930
ROLLI $344.79
j i tilti Ufa RIVER 00490- C01CC 0406 ISM S LAHTEV FL 32058 SLK 13 IN LAkTEV k CF. RY l0211,0000 \
JACKSONVILLE FL 32210 '
LEMONS"' JAMES W '
oJ8,12'6-000- 18'. 2, RT 2 BOX 2055 001262-000-3 '' '"'.62 13 7S, 21 'ff 11 5S 22 ] HX er; '$1 ;

10175- -003CO STARKE FL 32091 00697- -COCOC ; OTS 30 31 32 : /. OF LOTS 30 C 43 & El /. 01398- -COCCC .' ,.
J uSTEEN ELOREO S 6 ELJZHT BARNES ALBERT E ( Srl4RON"RTIo.BiJX IS OEC OR OF LOTS 31 & 42 OF hCOOLAMN' F"Y"E JI J
25 5S 21 215,163 STRICKLAND ,
: 149- S/O RP 6l6 tL67 ? ..I4I, 1
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STARKEFLA, ,.., AC
JOKER FL 32622 LYING NUF FOLL DISC LINGO FCR /\ BCH S/D LAWTEY, FL 32"e' ,

tl 6S 20 PTOFREPOFUNE.CO"'AT"' :SE, 12 32091 101741-000-7 $ 1.33373 OZ'2C-000-Z 23 9S> 22 -... "! 'U I
1 CON AT HO COR SEC E! 1214.09* 6S.21 10832- 1826.62 .
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLl -CO2V aLK 13 IN LAkTEV WCF IIY ill
I ID C/L CU Gft HO S5k UN C/L 24.01 4C. OR BK 205 Pli 4&1 CON AT Ski COR UF SEt ,E 60O.N QUO ALBERT JR, 01134- -COOOC .5 .. 1'01,,
i 5 ,, .A8' 10 FOB CCNT::: S5-. ON! 6W 254' TO POB CONT N 6W !1680 POST SiACKSONVILLE ,, SHAOO fcM'" A 6 SR C JENNY. 03285C-3CO-3 i $1d)2p)

4FUP. FURTHER LEI AL' Stir IAN ROLLI 000832-000-9 46.44 330' E 3JOS 6-E 330kI FL 32205 RT 1. BOX 846 01401- -C02CC f'H
I IFUR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX LAWTEY FL 32C58
4.AC SELL
'.lS21 .
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I '012e10-000-1I' 611.42 CANNJN NADINE 2.50 AC001274CCOO 015 29 5 30 SAMPSON"' CV 11 55 22 paBa. 68 ". .jut

aaisi00201 6359 bAJ'JJR; OK 'IEW, AS DESS'; *;. ,- LIES E LOTS 11 & 12 IN WODDLAkN. RP LAWTEY FL 32C98 t0).

CRUJKS GENEVIEVE E 4C.59. UB OF 1203 23 9S 22- .
JACKSONVILLE FL 3221C 03702- -00101 BREAMWOOD IK VIEN. I JO, AC002434CGO1 /1. U1 IS |
riESICLlFF
163 01 9S 21 VANZANT HkV 301 .20 121' OF BLK 14 6 S 121 OHALF'BLK

"'EIoIP"R T, ;:itH N /226 OF IIIE 114 OF NEl/4 LYING ItT 2 BOX: NORMA 1JJJSTARKE JEAN 01 J4 -OO0-5 TAJC RCLL 1434.33 6 LAxIE V- k -CF .fiR 86o
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0050700201.MIN 01422- C020C .i ''I. I U
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RIoHIS IN N.1oe ME 143EiC BASS OAVIO 6 GLENDA k N41/4. S 210' TO POB.S 2IOk FL ,* S, JACKSONVILLE FL 32211 'NQRMAIt\ : JAMES F C C-YNTHIA MJUR.
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27 55 21 '001288':000-9 (21.9i :SC OR- 214 .. 201' "" ; WOOOLAkNflQT > 23 "" SS 22 ,< >IJW

0303133005207.95 8E6 ** SH COR CF S.l/4 CF 00713- -C01CC JB SAMPSON, CITY Ar 100 UP LOTS 966 BL*>.2 .tl&NI

332070310C 'NEls 8SOEG: e "*. "' N FUTCH MACK S C ADELINE E S" CM S' 002460-000-2 .IoC.9 I LA4IEY k OF, RY \4 Ji'J-M" I
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:i 1r J dig 37 I FOR ,..FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL FL.' 32C91 )837C020C NORMAN PAUL'A-S' JANET M 01441- -COOOC "' ,'lCSTRICKLAND

LAME: CITY FL 32355 5.00 AC 13 6S 21 IRRIS JANES & PAULINE1 RT I BOX 378-C FAYE E'PO %'
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51/+ -Jf SEV/4 OF NEI/4 00522- ,-OOI0C NE1/4 OF SEC 14 S 252.76. E 'ARKE FL .32C91. < 128.41 13 55"22' LAWTEY FL 32Ct 'I-
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I SOd SHADY UAKS ; ,. ? .> RT 1 BOX'929 '!' I I ( .FOR I' LIlt THE!;. LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL) ILV'' AT R/W LILT "NLV' R/W SCL w, 330' S 132', E 33C TO PCS HALF 81K 7 IN' TO.N CF -A"I I
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I 030403OJ34: HX.y j *3*.** 29 55 21 !I SUB WILLIAMS UNRECJ TJR&1' RR >1504.91TO NLY ,. "l
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POJBJX 94 111. '50.OC AC J OO7540090C .> '. > 200. k TANNER ORAL S C JEAN I E' '.I' 131

rIKOUKfcR FL 32622 SUB ."''H I.SPEIt' I"G. PINES, EST KELLEY ROBERT L C PATRICIA 0 793-000-4 837 '- -Ri.- RT 1 BOX 1C9J PO BOX 61 .

33 TS '2,) RT 4 BOX ,,423 -0020 I "' TAX ROLL LAWTEY.FL, '. 32C58 LAWTEV FLA -, ": rUG

LUT 20 OF aLK 2 SH-JY :OAKS 000938-OCO-9 39.79 STARKE FL' 32C91 ShdURN: RAY L '" 13 5S 22 320S .'fIID
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I SUn. HAND' CITY: JEWETT RONALD 6 C JACQUELINE CUM AT NE COR Of SEC S ARKE FL 320,1 ;,/' (366.48 ELY R/., .SR-200 N ON ELY R/k DIAL LOT 2 IN TGfcN'l'L'AkTlr:

I RT I BOX 222'00J459000S 1424.15 TO NLY R/W SR 100 *' TS 21 I I2l.it', TO P08 CONT N ON"" ELY I W OF RY r' .' **JI

I ., 1,\ ? Ii.I'52 0..+0 RAIFORD FL 32083 N78W ON) R/W 486.34 ''TO P08 LY M AT Rw INT NLY' RM'" SCL RR IFOR FURTHER LEGALISEB TAX RCLL' I SUB MA Til SONS RI'PLATI' wT'' It10030Hceoo"
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1 MOT; S 1 MRS EST WHISPERING UNIT 13.90 AC OR FURTHER 01207- -OOOOC I OIJ51- -C030C .oJ C

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Chief E.M. Perry

I Church NewsBradford Receives PromotionNavy

day Sunday, May 19. Eaves, was divided into several
First Christian ChurchTo A covered dish dinner on the segments of history, religion, folk Groundbreaking Set Senior Chief Petty Officer
Edward M. Perry, whose wife
HostMusical grounds will follow the morning ser tales and current events At Northside Baptist ,
Baptist Church vices. All church members and authenic Korean meal Elizabeth, is the daughter of Mar-
An
Holds Banquet May 10 ConcertFirst friends of the church are invited was served the 33 members spring present, Sunday, May 19 jorie P. Carlisle of Starke, has been
to his present rank while
Services begin at 9:45: a.m. with who were seated at tables surrounded promoted
Mothers and daughters of Brad Christian Church of Starke Sunday School, with Church Services with mementos of Korea while On Sunday, May 19, Northside serving at Naval Security Group Ac-
ford Baptist Church of Starke will host "The Good Twins", Dwight at 10:45: a.m. Korean music played in the Baptist Church will be having tivity, Keflavik, Iceland.
gathered at the home of Bruce and Dwayne Good, on May 26, at 7 background.Both groundbreaking for their new

Jackson, Butler Road, on Friday, p.m.The Ann and Carolyn were dressed church building
May 10, at 7 p.m., for a Mother- Good twins will present a in traditional Korean gowns. Tom L. Pierce
Daughter Dinner. musical concert which will be a4track UMW Study KoreaAt Members participating in the PromotionTom
Receives
Theme for the evening was"Downon stereo concert. Do not miss study were Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, The building"will have a balcony
the Farm". Mothers and them. Everyone is invited to attend. Regular MeetingThe Mrs. Bill Thompson, Mrs. Steve with sound room, choir room, bap-
daughters wore country style Refreshments to follow in the United Methodist Women of Futch and Mrs. Les Becker. tismal room and office areas. L. Pierce, son of Dorothy
clothing and the table decorations Fellowship Hall. the First United Methodist Church The study followed the regulargeneral Terry of Starke, has been promotedin
carried out a strawberry motif, witha had a most interesting study on the meeting of UMW. Mrs. the U.S. Army to the rank of
four.
small jar of strawberry jam,made country of Korea last Tuesday. Hardenbrook, vice president presided. Bro. Darrell Murray will be guest specialist Pierce is a combat engineer in Et-
by Joyce Bosier,given to each guest. First Christian Church !Mrs DeWitt Farabee of Jackson speaker. The "Joyful Sound" will be West
with
the
tlingen, Germany, 7th
The dinner was prepared and May 19 ville shared experiences of her tripto A quiche luncheon with a side singing; dinner will be served.
Homecoming Engineer Brigade.
Korea as well as the experiencesof salad is planned for May 24 from
served
by the "farmhands" (men of Everyone is invited to be a part of Pierce is 1983 of Brad-
a graduate
the church). It consisted of steak, Christian Church of Starke her sister Faye who is married to 11 ':30 to 1:30: p.m. in Fellowship Hall. this great day in the life of Northside ford High School
baked potato, tossed salad, dinner First a Korean minister A fruit salad und tea or coffee will be Baptist Church.
roll, soft drink, and pie. will hold their annual homecoming The study lead b\ :Mrs A J. included in the $2.5() donation.

Following the dinner, the "Coun-
t..J'.! B ump MMvtvi.M...Ln .oi..._.5"A.'._"" ,ew....(.>rry urtt"...,-_
temore, Henry Hodges, Bruce Scott,
Larry LaFollette, Bill Bosier, and
Pastor David McClain) entertainedthe
mothers and daughters with

several songs. A game, "Farmer QualiWE'RE
Fred's Love Letter", was won by
Margaret Jackson. Kim Whittemorewon
the door prize.A .
"Tribute to Mothers" was given

through poems, readings, and song
by Donna LaFollette, Amy Jones,
Erin Wilkinson, Christy Jones, Julie STUBBORN ABOUT QUALITY AT PANTRY PRIDE,
McClain, Melissa McClain, Melissa
Bosier, Kim Bosier, Lisa Blalock, STANDARD OF QUALITY ON FRESH MEAT ,
Kim Whittemore, and Becky Scott.
Gwen LaFollette and Pat Whit.
temore gave the "Mother's
Response". The evening ended witha
message, "Taking the Country Out
of the Girl", by Donna McClain,wife >k r .
of the pastor.

PRICES EFFECTIVE 1' '
Guest THURSDAY,
SpeakerAt MAY 16 THRU WEDNESDAY, MAY 2Z

Pine Level 1985. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,w r H ,w r R? ') j ;wr'

Sunday, May 19


Rev. Bill Kingston, of St. Cloud,
Fla., will be the special guest
speaker at Pine Level Baptist
Church Sunday, May 19.
Rev. Kingston will be preaching in
the morning and evening services.
He and his wife and son, Brent, will
be singing in both services. SOKEPSHANK
After pastoring for over 20 years,
Rev. Kingston entered the field of
evangelism, and has been preachingin + '
churches all over the U.S. for the '
last few years. lie is a most unusual
preacher and singer.
Pine Level Baptist Church is rr ., 7
located 3 miles west of Starke on "t .r r nr k
A'PORTION
Highway 100. Pastor Roman Alvarez ,'I.
extends an invitation to all to enjoy .. "
these services Sunday. Bible Study ,"
begins at 10 a.m., morning worshipat .;'
11 a.m. and Sunday evening ser :
rfi'
vices begin at 6 p.m. US.DAOHADEA, r. n k
tr
I r FRYER ME4

St. Edward's News...
/. THIGHS OR

Anniversary CelebrationOn DUts p $ :I
Saturday, May 4, an anniversary -
celebration was held by the ,
Diocese of St. Augustine honoring 1 ; M>' U.S.DA TOP CHOICE r pIANtATBSF { ',' t '; _
J \< ROUMD BONE
couples married 25 years or longerat i: IiiCKORYSMOKSLI
St. Joseph's Catholic Church in 'SHOULDER $138
,
Jacksonville.The >> _
anniversary mass was con- m STEAK IA BACON &M L
celebrated by the Most Reverend LB

John J. Snyder, Bishop of St. _
Augustine, Father John Pollard, -' xw
FAMILY B 8 PACKAOk"' 4w M! WOK + ,
Father James O'Neal, and Father .kvt I D S u.s OA TOR CHOICE LEAN MEATY COUNTRY STYk 'r ,MIAHiATgM t t 5jfJ
Robert Barnhart. Music was provided r v RK RIBS' +}
r. CHUCK STEAK i.38 OE V-,A-1V18,
by the St. Joseph's Parish Folk


Choir.Bishop Snyder addressed the 167 tc/ FRUIT' CONE! .. LB.i1$ o t cRPrrios; r t(1.9$ ,w y; '1
couples attending on the three most USDA 1oR cH01CfBt ''uaoAawoeA "
important elements for a happy y sCOCTAIL SHOULDER' 38 ; H?
PEACHES, PEARS Ro .1 9
marriage: How to Forgive, Love llbby r -.CHUNK'MIXED' FRUIT .iB ut 17"U el tsk N: Le 4
and Friendship and God's Presencein 183, CAN .1 1r fl (
Their Love. .. -'IB,
During the ceremony, each couple r DAIRY DELI
renewed their marriage vows, and j l Atr
they were presented with a certificate ,' v-$ HALF GAL CTN. LYKES 1&OZPKGFRANKS .
-
honoring their anniversariesby JUMBO

the Bishop. t ., : tL4, w'f' VEGETABLE
Following the ceremony all : $159 $149LOW
assembled outside the church where JUICE
the Bishop performed the con- --- q: MEAT BEEF OR CHEESE
cluding rites. Each couple was givena '"ir FAT. WHOLE MILK OR VANILLA OSCAR MAYER MEAT OR BEEF

balloon which was later releasedas :<*, AXELROD YOGURT 2L9 ..99L SLICED BOLOGNA & 1.79

a symbol of happiness and life. A f !' ..':ED SINGLES I } ((1Jc' KINSERS COLE SLAW MACARONI SALAD OR

Parish reception Center.followed in St. Joseph's u ; BURY.KRAFT' AMERICAN ,Boz2.49 r POTATO SALAD r CaP .69

Attending the ceremony from St. btiry. LIGHT N'UVEL SUNNYLAND MILD HOT BEEF OR CHEESE

Edward's Parish were Richard and ll ste' COTTAGE CHEESE z1.69 SMOKED SAUSAGE Isoz1.89
Antoinette Coss accompanied by HUNTS WHIPPED CREAM / QWALTNEY

Bob and Mary DCCW Brown ConventionThe ,',c, REDDI WIP . 7.Qz1.29 TURKEY HAM ,ooz1.29

55th annual convention of the f1.w
;
_BJl. R'1/E:
St. Augustine Diocesan Council of ;
i! . .
Catholic Women, NCCW, was held at
the Jacksonville Airport Holiday Inn .
"; ; rJA"jTRYPRIDE
on May 5,6 & 7. TOTINO'SPARTY

The opening mass was con- ? n rAf u i L PULLMAN or RUBBERMAID
celebrated by Bishop John J. BUTTERMILKBREAD "J1.
Snyder, Deanery Moderators and LNSY >, PIZZA SERVIN' SAVER
Priests of the Diocese. patt'1, \ 1 CUP CYUNDER
r. ; VARIETIES OR
iN p i '
.
Among special guests attendingwas .. 10-OZ FROZEN 2 CUP BOWL
the honorable Jake M. Godbold, 24-0Z LOAF <:Q5
Mayor of Jacksonville,who welcomed ...

those line attending.In with the convention. theme, 2/$1 99 .79

"Telling the Christian Story", Rev.
Michael J. Larkin Diocesan 6 F ALIAN, tADD?Y1y ,,1,,
Moderator, delivered the keynote '!TURKEY BEEF OR CHICKEN
address. Among other special 1 Ey+ CouN nr '" 2002LOAF HALSAM OR CHAMOMILE
MORTONOJ.; oz1.OO o
speakers were Sister Lucille Clynes, WHEAT :: 1 6OZ 1.29
Diocesan Coordinator for Christian g l,, 2/$139| REGULAR OR EXTRA CREAMY EXTRA REGULAR.
Formation. Rev. Seamus O'Flynn BREAD BIRDSEYE.85 I CONDmOMNQ SENSITIVE

gave an address on the topic, "Our f4' yr'' ,. ,r GREEN GIANT MIXED VEGETABLES, EDGE GEL iOj'1 .49
Children Church of the Future". '' .''' 'r' '' NIBLET CORN SWEET PEAS OR OR.WEST HARD, MEDIUM OR SOFT
Gus Carlson, Detective with the SUN MAID 6PAK GREOi BEANS. ,aoz .88 TOOTHBRUSHES
Jacksonville Police Dept., spoke on yl RAISINMUFFINS :: GREEN OIAMT 5/1 .00
I about 9 9. BARBASOLSHAVE
Tuesday
"Pornography
COB CORN EARg 1.o9
Child Exploitation". . CREAM ,,oz .99

During the business sessions, Mrs. ..n..nw.rw.
Allyn Kankins, Diocesan President, ,r'I' 9 Y .
presided when reports were given by rN ; I'i' i : 1L A
'" G111frr.
the various commissions. > i +A.r ,r q _
Installation of officers took placeat
the Mass concelebrated on Tuesday GIANTS
evening by Rev. Michael r .
Larkin, Deanery Moderators and IV GrienG w>v MUSHROOM I
Diocesan priests. ,, ; ",,'' SUCED OR VVHCJUf; ; "" 4 IM
Bishop John J. Snyder delivered a KRAfT .u t I
AN 4.F.rO :JAF
,
L; .dm7a'
R r
message at the closing Bishop's ,r I Mushroa d1; .. v a ,ed
Banquet. ", 1 MUSTARD ,
10ptaacs
Representing St. Edward's
Church at the entire conventionwere
Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly, Altar
Society president; Mrs. Lester Hum
I phries,and Mrs Josephine Gumber.
The pastor Father Joseph Finlay, .?
attended the Bishop's Banquet. Also STARKE- 430 WEST MADISON STREET .
attending was John Wadovsky.






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School Lunch I

Menus r F.S.F.S.A. Convention I Hampton Hilites I


....Bradford..,. yy"ibui'y Elem.ft Middle Steak Rice School* Bradford High School I Attending many interesting Bradford County School Food Service by Dolores Meng celebration of his 8th birthday which
.Mired Vegetables,Peachese BtllCulLi.Mille.Gravy workshops and exhibits about the Association phone 468-1913 occurred on May 14, at the home of
......,. May Sit Chicken Noodles, Cheese Potatoes Monday, May Mixed 20 Vegetables: Hamburger Gravy, Mashed Cake, school lunch program at the Florida the First General was Session presented in the at his parents, Ken and Toni Fuqua.
W.Taut...Cabbage..,. Slew.Fruit Cup.Milk Biscuits,Milk. Frult-Topped School Food Service Association Parade of Association Presidents. Hampton Jamboree... Besides the decorated cake, ice
..Pickle French Ma":?Fries' Hamburger Blueberry on Pie Bun,Milk.Lettuce Sweet Tuesday Potatoes May 21, : Chicken Rice, Cheese Stix, Convention held in Orlando on May 2 Mrs. Louise Bell accepted the one- On Saturday,June 1,the Hampton cream, and drinks, the group en-
yHtZfl' May tit, Macaroni'' Cheese Peanut Cornbread,MUk. Turnip Greens, Jello W/Frult, through May 5th were Ms. Dotty hundred percent membership award Jamboree will be held at the new City joyed playing ball and riding Snuff)
pIeeaCarrot Honey Sandwich, Green Beans Ap- Wednesday, May 22: Spaghetti VY/Meat Sauce Kite, Mrs. Margaret Diggs, Mrs. presented to the Bradford County Park beginning at 7 a.m. with his pony cart and bare back.
Friday,May 24: Manager'Stlx Milk. Choice Day. Cheese Milk. Stix,Garden Salad,Apple Crisp Hot Rolls, Ceolar Hudson, Mrs. Louise Bell, Association at the Awards Breakfaston Entertainment will be provided by Later in the day C.K. and his
Mrs. Legree Hankerson and Mrs. Sunday. the Strawberry Jammers, the Santa father participated in the Bradford
*Thursday Cheese, May Cabbage 23: Pig Slaw.In The Peaches Blankel Cookies,Macaroni(2)), Dolores Morgan: Fe Blue Grass Band, and the Jack Fitness Fun Run held at the County
Milk. Williams Band from Ocala. Health Center.
Friday, May 24: Manager's Choice Day Mrs. Ceolar Hudson, who is The Florida School Food Service Everyone is invited to bring
ALA-CARTE employed in the Lawtey Elementary Association provides in-service for blankets and lunches to enjoy the Mother's Day visitors...
M..PIz&a, french fries school Cafeteria, received a twenty- school lunch personnel and has an entertainment. A concession stand Mrs. Jeannette Tyler of Heilbron
..orange juice.TuesdayCheeseburger. milkshakes hamburger. five year award for her services in on-going information update about will also be open that night. Springs joined the group of 22
.. pizza, french fries the Bradford County School Lunch new regulations federal and state, The Recreation Department, who relatives to celebrate Mother' Dayat
WSidTi milkshakes school
milkshakes, pizza,orange juice. also from Lawtey, was honored for lunch programs in the state. donations which are to be used in Lola Williamson.
Tkareday.Chseeeburgera french tries, her twenty-five years of service but The F.S.F.S.A. has over eight thou- fencing the new City Park area. Mrs.Beverly Wanner and son Jef

FrIda.PIzaa mik.bakes, pI.la.,cheeseburger orange juice.range Juice french was unable to attend the convention.Ms sand hundred members statewide, with fifteen C.K. celebrates... frey of Orlando, spent from Wednesday -
the
fries.mIlkalulkes. attending conven-, to Sunday with her parents, Mr.
.Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch or Kite president of the tion in Orlando. I On Saturday, May 11, C.K. Fuqua and Mrs. Paul Meng, and other
salad. bar or they may purchase a-la-carte. baking soda relieves itching of _Dotty invited a number of his friends to the family members and friends.
-- insect bites -

Hampton Elem. School...

On Friday, May ID, Walter
Westcott, of the Horticulture Division
of the Bradford Vocational
Still Counts Center, made an interesting presentation -
to Mrs. Jean Clark s first
graders and Mrs. Shirley Bagwell's
second grade class.
He brought along a large varietyof
lovely plants: explaining names,

IN FACT, WE'RE SURE YOU WONT FIND A HIGHER __ __ them.methods of growing and caring for

He then assisted the children in
AND PRODUCE ANYWHERE PERIOD placing Aloe plants in containers
they had previously decorated and
Js which they later presented as
Mother's Day presents.


e St. Marks Episcopal

Learning Center

s w, _"' e i PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY To Open June 10
'
'
'; ;i MAY 16 THRU WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
1985. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. St. Marks is now accepting applications -
for children, ages 2-10, to
'e1c a ( -t attend the 8-week summer recrea-
$ : ) tional program, running June 10 -
Aug. 3.The .
program will offer two 4-week
sessions: first session,June 10-July
M 3; second session, July 8 Aug. 3.
'I a. i .r / N' + .,, r ita ?' Enrollment fee is $5 per child for
each session attending. Cost will be
1 %11 (=s f}i $120 per session, with reduced rates
i for two or more children.
Hours of operation are from 7:30
a.m. to 5:30: p.m., Monday through
Friday. The Center will provide a

.,t ? Nh'' ; morning and afternoon snack.
T fr yfdi t4 1 5i1aYw '
,a i iurM ,V", Parents are required to furnish
children's lunches.
PAN Focus for the summer is on
v 1' *, 4 { i.y. W recreation, nature study, and
Il .47'h enrichment. The program will be
V staffed with qualified teachers and
assistants to provide an enriched experience -
with adequate supervision.
Registration will be open through
; May 31. For additional informationand
UNC applications, please contact
t"t. Rhoda Wainwright or Carolyn Bennett -
at 964-8914, 8:30: a.m. to 3:30:
p.m.

a
Key UubAttends;

MELON Convention

,
u 1
The 47th annual District Key Club
q.'I .
d# t Rt: { I ,t. t 71GREEti Convention was held on April 25-28 in
: FRESH' :, Daytona Beach, Florida. The
members attending from Bradford
GE PEACHES High School Key Club were
/ Stephanie Thornton, Lynn Barber,
Sharyn Ford,Angela Ford and Mrs.
A CHARMIN Christie Torode, faculty advisor.
coo t The members attended general
BELL S411:00 RADISHES a meeting sessions and caucuses. The
Lr 'lea' ,). GR Isr ;. Lt .l two voting delegates from BHS were

T'w ri X49., MUSHROOMS: 7s400N5 4eu TISSUE 1 Stephanie the House and of Delegates Sharyn. They meeting met on at

;' ."1 Saturday, where they voted on
resolutions for the International
VE&ALL JIF Convention and for the 1985-86
VLASIC R.C. COLA DIET V
MIXED District officers.
KOSHER DILL RITE R.C. 100 or PEANUTBUTTER The members attended the Gover-
PICKLES VEGETABLES VERNOR GINGER ALE nor's Farewell Banquet and danceon
'tifll Saturday night. They also en-
:: YtCM hf'E. i+" >"" F.r,. e>. joyed the beach during their free
49 $159 time at the convention.The .
4602 $159 16-02 6 PACK 18-02 $169 Bradford Key Club is a high
JAR CAN 12-OZCAN JAR wm school service organization sponsored
a l by the Starke Kiwanis Club.
APPLE APPlE GRAPE The Kiwanis advisor fa Dr. Gray
CITRUS PUNCH ORANGE GRAPE OR TROPICAL I, OR APPLE RASPBERRY '
I' EAaI S IAY'ft.4 : Flynn and the faculty advisor is
SUNNY DE2JGHTGALLO h, .99 .) MOTr'SJUJCES. vsa ..99ZIPLOC i fA" art Mrs. Christie Torode. '
18 CT.GALlON OR OUART SIZE / Llini = i WISE NATURAL., BARE OR HOME FRIES ,,.al 6i A' The Key Clubbers attending the
FREEZER HAGS *20 1.39 ",_... [)., .m COTTAGE FRIES 'a' 1 .29 ? .aa. convention would like to thank TER-
WILLEGAR MOTORS for providingthe
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LAWMLEAF .1 CRUNCHY CHEESE DOODLES OR t .
s v i 'a J '.An F* J-I
i.ma
t to the convention.
HEFTY BAGS cou 1.79 ;,& :--F' WISE PUFFED aozl.19 t tEt3tllAft'ORf M( transporation

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I : .
___ __._ __ TiHii __ _____Jt Member of Team SpiritAir

,,-- ...... ":; : ..: "'"<-- ..... Force Airman 1st Class RobertE.
STORE SLICED s" '" Genereux son of Robert E.
CHOPPEDHAM PINEAPPLE Genereux of Westfield, Mass and
grandson of Robert Green of Starke,
SUPREME has participated in Team Spirit '85.
"" .... This is the largest jOintl combined
HALF POUND 2 LAYER CAKE ,, field training n the free
+ ==-
FRESH BAKED world this year, on the mountainous

ITALIANBREAD peninsula The exercise of South involved Korea.members of

99 69 $299 all services of both the Republic of
''N Korea and the U.S. Under the
auspices of the ROK/US Combined
16OZ LOAF
E Forces Command
t v 200,000 par-
snip ticipants from forces currently stationed -
in Korea and from other loca-
LEAN CORNED BEEF OKPASTRAMI WITH1WO FRESH BAKED tions within the Pacific Commandand
. HAlF1 .99 ALL WHITE MEAT VEQ. & A ROLL HOT DOG ROLLS 8/.89 u the United States put their best
rl +, '
CHICKENNUGGET forward.
TANGY STOIC SLICED CHEESE WALNUT OR ALMOND_ f aq foot
PROVOLONEKITCHEN PaNO 1 .59 $ DANISH . 1.99 {+ Genereux is assigned with the 51st
199 Tactical Fighter Wing at Osan Air
FRESH(SALAD DINNER FRESH FWEDANfIPASTO..POND WITH TWO VECl-1.A.ROLL Base, South Korea.
.99 CHICKEN DINNER .79


Sgt. Steve Hankerson

Completes Army Course

Sgt. Steven Hankerson} son a:
Vasco and Legree E. Han erson a
Starke. has completed a U.S. Arm
primary leadership course In Butz
bach, West Germany.
Students received training in
supervisory skills, leadership principles
and small unit training techni-
ques essential to a first-line super-
visor in a technical or administrative
environment.
Hankerson, a 1978 graduate of '
Bradford High School is a squad
leader with the 3rd Armored uM--.
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race Deco DratsosuoroToxnmsuerosus.avscawaspentn
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Did You Know _- -


Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Mikell of Steve Dickson,son of Mr and Mrs. Mike Frick of Orlando spent the Mr.and Mrs. Robert Green visited fhenkel Mr. and'returned Mrs. to Herbert their home Kemp in
; : Palatka were Sunday guests of Mrs. W.P. Dickson Jr. of Alexander City, weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mr.Jimmy Rowe and fami- Comfort, Texas, on Tuesday after a
Louie Bell Parks. Ala., and Dickson grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.J. Frick. ly In Sanford over the weekend. month's visit with her brother-in-law ,
W.P. Sr.. '
formerly of and Mrs. Henry :
and sister, Mr. i
Charles Peters of Atlanta visitedhis Lawtey, has received a scholarship Mrs. V.E. Spiers has had as guests Williams and sight seeing: Florida. .
Daniel Scott Costello parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. to the U.S. Naval Academy, An- Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Langston of Col- :
Peters over the weekend.; napolis, Md. He will join his brother, umbia, S.C. Friday to Sunday and The Novelty Crafters Club had a
Scott Dickson, July 2,who fish fry last at the
is Tuesday
already Mrs. Joel Stegall of Ithica. N.Y. night
and Costello of Glen Mr.
Buzzy Kandy Mr. and Mrs. Northrup
.
there on a scholarship in his home of Mrs. Lucille Raulerson in
Reddish of second from Wednesday to Sunday.Mr.
Keystone Heights, announce the Dr. and Mrs. Greg Theressa and Mrs. Horace Sellers and Mr.and "
birth of a son, Daniel Scott, born Orlando spent the weekend with his year. visitor with 13. members and one Mrs. Steve Jones of Jacksonville and
April 19 In Humana Hospital, father, Sheriff and Mrs. Dolph Red- Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. and Mrs. Randall Chism attending.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Gault Jr. of
J
Park. He two brothers, dish and family. visited their son Robin, in Tampaover of their
Orange joins Ellis Byrd attended the annual in- the weekend.Mr. Lois Bennett, Mrs. Ethel Lawtey were Sunday guests
Michael, 4V4 years and Billy,2 years stallation and luncheon at Alachua Clemons, Mrs. Madia Williams and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mar-
old.Maternal The Methodist Women's Sunday General Hospital Auxiliary on and Mrs. J.H. DuPre visited sister, Mrs. Allyne Kampfhenkel of tin in Lawtey.
Claire Class celebrated, belatedly
grandparents are School Wednesday of last week. Comfort, Texas, had luncheon
Ann Garvin of Surfside Beach, S.C. the birthday of Viola Anderson with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Buck of
of last week at the
and James A. Nudera of Colorado lunch at the Yiwn Yum Tree in Ricky Sullivan of California was and Mrs. Bob Mcintyre of Chicken Factory for Mrs. Williams'house Groveland were Sunday visitors of.
Washington, D.C. at Ponte Vedra
Springs, Colo. Maternal great Orange Park Monday. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- guest. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.
grandparents are Mrs. Mary ,.,a.." n_.... Beach on Sunday.
Nudera the late Nudera of
and Jim '
Alamo, Tx., Mr. and Mrs. John A. _. ,'R ;&! .3.l'.'. .J' .J'R {{ .'J iWHWMttMWiMMOT' g i

Mahoney of Jacksonville.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Bill E.Costello of Keystone I II
Heights and paternal great grand-
parents are the late Mr. and Mrs. I
W.C. Young of Charleston W. Va.



Senior Citizens SALE

Luncheon May 23 -a

Bobby L. Taylor, County Agent, AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG SIORE
will present a film on "Flowers" at
the Senior Citizens covered dish luncheon Sale Prices good thru Sat.. May 18.
on Thursday, May 23, at 12 We reserve the right to limit quantities.

noon. in the Methodist FellowshipHall. See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you.

All seniors are welcome come _831 S. Walnut Stredt Stark
and bring a friend. Imp'
.
O 9 vy
I iIi
Tina Wheeler HonoredAt '/ r

Baby ShowerMrs. 0 Ii I Reg. 49' I.u I ell.l Il IIlI;!

Tina Wheeler was guest of 4 II IIhahI
I LiquaSoap
honor at a baby shower given by l1. J
Mrs. Glenda Wheeler Friday, May A' c arms IIIIIuItIUI III I
10, at Pratt Street Recreation
Center II
Approximately 125 guests were In-
vited to call between the hours of
7:30: and 9:30: p.m. Games were /kcir u
played and appropriate prizes illllilGCill l
awarded, which were in turn givento II \ /
the honoree. 3/$100
Refreshments of punch, nuts,
mints, and other condiments were I .
served from cut glass dishes, placed A
alongside a large cake, baked and erg -
decorated by the hostess. II
Guests were invited to sign their ......... .
names in a baby book inside A AQUA-FRESH. A GALAXY rI
placed 1I' _
V CREST OF COLC ATI RTM/riER60L
9 OSQLLATMCFAN421M
.4910
the front door. Little Tasha Bennett, TOOTHPASTE E IESr
daughter of Gina and Ricky Bennett, A.6.OLimit 2 2-PACK Refl.1.99 Rep.1815
assisted in opening gifts and
assisting the hostess during the I
evening.
Among those attending from out- 1I
of-town were Mrs. Linda Gordon and _
Nita from Callahan, Mrs. Patricia II I >, I ,
Ricks from Mandarin, Mrs. Lora
Waller of Maxville, and Mrs. Lou
Miller of Melrose.
The hostess presented the honoree
with a baby play pen as a memento .
: of the occasion. ( r.
.1 II' RvLL gbh I plot. /ln AOt+rr.. .

REVLON ENTIRE STOCK OF : GILLETTE OAK /E 10"R 1o"STAMPED
: 13 '27' 2 00 MAX FACTOR 1 27EDCESHAVImRNA 67 ATKA or TRACE 2.37 CHARCOAL10LBS. 88 STEEL TABUTOP .
Did You KnowMrs. CREAM 6OZ.RM. FRAGRANCES CARTRIDGES HIBACHI GRILL ;
.18.00 OFF Reg.7.so to 17.50 CHOICE OF TYPES PACK OF 5 HS1010DReafv90ROYAL :a

-1. J.. .J.. A
.Janet Turner was in Jackson-
ville over the weekend where she at- I I l '
tended the couple's party for Kay
Turner and Thom Lloyd given by
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Howard in .
Orange Park. Mrs. Turner also B
visited her mother, Mrs. Alice Bar- III LAVE EFA IhVE FLEX a"AnHmx.

ron, in Green Cove Springs on Sun- &4LS.4M. FLEX., I In
day. .rw>n" u..r aa4x.r
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the Mrs.weekend Fred with Field her of Tampa daughter spent and I 3 99RAVIPERM 1.99MOUSSES-OZ. 1 59REVLONFLEX OL99C100.YD.WAY I 99PICNICJUG 7 77CHIURO .54Reg.

family, Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, ';
Jr. ..... 3 TYPES CHOICE OF TYPES TYPES Reg.2.99 Reg.9.99

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Teal spent
Thursday Nev. to Tuesday in Lake Tahoe, ;


Duplicate Bridge Club results for
May 7 were: N-S first, Allene Brew
and Yvonne Reichmann; second, i
Evelyn Griffin and Ida Shaw; E-W a I rYtlr.nuw
first, Louise and Jack Burnette; second N
Lucile Green and Cecelia Ter- =.9 M- Ji
willegar.
-S :

Shaun Schmidt recently won a 2 g9L'OREAL 2lirPiIIMALCOHOL / eOOTTUAT j CASCADE DISHWASHING 2 ft |REPEL REPELLENT INSECT 2 9 9 HOSESTUBECONSTRUCTON 6I'SOAIKER ,;.;
rating on the oboe in the S DETERGENT ***?SPRAY'.OZ. '
superior I R
OF SHADES non 3S-CZ.2TYPES Reg.3 59 .
CANDIES
state music contest held in CHOICE Ml.Ml''IM

Tallahassee.Mr. ., i
r ;
I
and Mrs. Jay Merrilees of 111'1' mq 1rS11CrMO ev
Middleburg, Mrs. Karen Johnson
and son, Josh, and Miss Denise !
Gissy of Gainesville and Donald p"" 4 ty eot$4
Gissy of Orlando spent the weekend =:-... .
with their parents,Mr. and Mrs.Joe .-- "L '

Gissy. 'tt ; ;
Tmnctin .. VagisiC j
,.,., ,
Mrs. Ruth Merlie will have as (
_ _
guests Thursday to Monday ,..

Joan Kathleen Burrini Jordan and of daughter Oaklyn,,N.J.Vicki and of 5.47 CREAM U GRAM 1 99 VAGISIL FEMININE MEDICATION1OZ.LImit2 ITCHING 4.$$SOM60"JACOUAAD lEACH TOWEL #.00/' ENTIRE STOCKjOP 27 LAWN TUFFWEAVE MULTI-STRIPE CHAISE 13 77TUFFWUV1 ,
Runnemede NJ.
Limit 2 Reg..... OFF5"Selection may vary

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dowling of '"
Clearwater were Sunday guests of
his grandmother, Mrs. E.J. Dowlingand rr'M !!L 1
his father, Ernie Dowling, Jr., .p5.49t
while enroute for a vacation in
England. Jack is now a Lieutenantin
the Clearwater Police Depart-

ment..

Mrs. JH. McClane spent the '
weekend in Tallahassee with her -
sons, Dr. Glenn McClane and Mr. (


and Mr.Mrs.and Bill Mrs.McClane.W.S. Haas spent last LI F1002.49WiPE: S FRESH 1 .99 CASSETTE SHIES BASFPEITFORMANCI 60-MIN.TAPE, ..14K.90MIN.2PK 59.99cPXIIINISTUIO: : 21.99CHAISE 11 .9'g'.LMONT :-

119 ICO.-It -
Limit 2 ?
Monday to Thursday at Daytona n
Beach were Mr. Haas attended the 7r

VA While Service there, Officers'they also Conference.visited Mr. FOR A GOOD LOOK CHOOSE ;

and Mrs.W.B.Spell in Orlando from THE aIIALITY [ 1 v
Thursday to Saturday. 4 Gpo it -.I JlSA ECKERD'S SYSTEM 2 a

BEST pAQ r FOR KODAKGENERIC


4 QUALITYT

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The donkey was one of the first animals .,
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Tornado Talk IL

I .f' ,1 '. \;"' '( .; 'l' +'y.* rrr'v.i lfli .re Bahamas Trip...

'i ,,:.>.,....,. ...... ', -: ,.''f..r- ", By: Michael Davie An important meeting for all
I: f/' \ : '-- '' \JI' seniors the Bahamas trip
.T" ... going on ,
r.; ; .
,r ""I";if-h.? rS: 1 1'1',.._ ... Yearbook Dedicated will be held Monday May 20, at 7:30
;; .",, iBlltrrM r
>> p.m. in the B.H.S. Library.

-r :. ,_. ,. ... To Olivia Scott...

Edward Waters College...
There for
was a special assembly
1. the dedication of the B.H.S. annual Miss Cummings, Coordinator of

Wednesday May 8. Recruitment for Edward Waters

,,;, tI The yearbook;;; is dedicated to one College, was in the Guidance Office

& teacher, chosen by the senior class, at the high school Wednesday, May

, 1 every year. This year the annual 15, from 11:30-1:00: : to talk with

i"< u was dedicated to Mrs. Olivia Sett, students Interested in attending this

I B.H.S. Librarian, for her sponsorcollege..
.-- ship and support of the senior class.

N1rue Dance..

! Jr-Sr Football Game... There will be a dance held in the

: The 1985 Jr-Sr football game is set B.H.S. gymnasium Friday, May 17.

I May 24. Yearbook covers and autoraphAny

, senior who has played at least pages will be on sale.

1 football and is interestedin
! ( paying in this game should con- Sports Awards...

: tact Jamie WhiteheadDonaldThorThe Spring Sports Awards

: \ ton, Tony Davis, or Mike Early. Assembly was held Monday, May 13,

j at 7:30 p.m., in the B.H.S.

jI I : : FFA Banquet... auditorium. Refreshments were

! The FFA Jr. and Sr. Chapter's served after the assembly.

: Lf// Banquetis set tonight May 16 in the

! Starke Elementary School

1 Cafeteria. Library Books.
..
: y _
I Tickets are $2.50 and be
, may pur-
, V All Bradford
High School Library
, chased in the agricultural office at
, t the high school. books are due on May 17.
! The Library will be open for

, Senior Awards... reference use only May 20-24.

I iI i The Senior Awards Program was

ii i ." held Tuesday, May 14, at 7:30: p.m., SSAT Scores...

in the B.H.S. auditorium. All SSAT scores were handed out
I i iI 1 'I Awards were given in all to students on Wednesday, May 15.

academic areas.

! Scheduling...

, Student Council... Scheduling for next years classes

The new 1985-86 Student Council has begun.

had its first meeting Thursday, May Juniors next years seniors, were

! 9, during 6th period. schedule on Monday and Tuesday.

Sophomores, next years Juniors,
Drought brings big business... Senior Bills... will begin scheduling on Friday,

The recent drought being loll by area farmers and homeowners! has inch Wednesday, have brought: lough times to area farmers, with increased Any senior who owes money to May 17.

meant busy times for local business operators like Frank Sheffield of irrigation requirements after months of much-lcss-than-average rain B.H.S. must pay these bills before

I Florida Pest Control, shown above accepting the Starke Chamber of fall, and the increased incidence of insert pests. they can receive their diploma. Yearbook Pictures...

Commerce Business Improvement Award from Chamber member Susan The insect problem is big for homeowners right now as well Sheffield There will be no one in the front of Pictures from the yearbook are on

Reddish reports. fice on graduation night. If you have sale in Mrs. O'Brian's room (No.

Dry conditions, alleviated only slightly by a sprinkling of less than one not paid your bills, your diploma will 4022).

be pulled and you will have to comeback All pictures are $.25 and most are

to school the next week to pay in color. See Mrs. O'Brian during

them and get your diploma. lunchtime or 6th and 7th periods.



NoticesIN Lowtey Bradford County highest and best bidder WITNESS my hand and NOTICE OF torney or immediately BARRED. ing situate in Bradford
I. Legal Florida according to for cash at the hour of seal of this Court on ADMINISTRATIONThe thereafter; otherwise a Date of the first County to-wlt:

, the map or plat thereofof 12:00: o'clock Noon on April 24, 1985. default will be entered publication of this Nor- S'/t of SE /4 of NW '/" ,
record at Plat Book 2, May 29, 1985 at the front GILBERT S. BROWN, as administration of against you for the relief tice of Administration: Section 21, Township 7
THE CIRCUIT his duly authorized Page 61 of the public door entrance of the Clerk of the Court the estate of CORA S. demanded In the peti May 16 1985. South Range 22 East.
COURT FOR deputies will sell the records of Bradford Bradford County Courthouse "- BY: Beulah Moody A* BALDOS deceased File AARON A. KELLY EXCEPT any portion
BRADFORD COUNTY. property situate In Brad. County, Florida said at Starke, Deputy Clerk Number B4-I11-CP, Is tion.Dated on this 2nd day 2090 Fairview Street within ROW of roadt.
FLORIDA ford County, Florida property lying and Ifeing Florida. 5/2: 4tchg 5/23 pending in the Circuit of May. 1985. Lake City. FL 32056 Said sale shall be at

described as: within Section 23, Doted: April 17. 1985 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Court for Bradford Coun GILBERT S. BROWNAs FRANK M. GAFFORD public sale to the
PROBATE DIVISIONFile A portion of the Northeast Township 5 South Range Richard L. Cox, Jr. FOR BRADFORD ty. Florida Probate Division Clerk of the CourtBY Attorney for highest bidder for cash
Number 85-29-CP Quarter (NE'/lof) 22 East Bradford Coun United States Marshal the address of : Beulah Moody Personal RepresentativeP.O. and In accordance with
the Southwest Quarter ty Florida.at Middle District of COUNTYFLORIDA which I.I Bradford County 5/9 4tchg 5/30 Box 1789 the oforedescrlbed;

'4N RE: ESTATE OF JACK (SW'/i) and a portion of public outcry to the Florida Courthouse, North Temple 60 E. Orange Street Final Judgement. Said
highest and best bidder NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Lake FL 32056 sale shall be held at the
'FOSTER McCQMB... SR.. the Northwest Quarter John E. Lawlor III PROBATE DIVISION Avenue, Starke, City
deceased;:!' (NW'b) of Southeast for cash at the hour of Assistant United FILE NUMBER 85.33.CP Florida 32091. The REGISTER ((904)) 752-5468 Main (East) Door of the
Quarter (SE'/ ) of Section 12:00: o'clock Noon on States Attorn.yAttorney names and addresses of FICTITIOUS NAME 5/162tchg5/23 Bradford County Courthouse
28 Township 6 South May 29, 1985 at the front in Stork.,
NOTICE TO for Plaintiff IN RE: ESTATE OF MARYT. the personal representative -
door of the Pursuant Section NOTICE Florida, at 11:00 am..
W Range 22 East in the City entrance OVERHOLSER: deceas- and the personalrepesentajlve's to
DMMARS I .. 4 of Stark., Bradford Bradford County Cour-. t ot, 865.09. Florida Statutes, Eastern Standard Tim.,
:* LNob'rr4""J i" .ci..w..1 ,. notice is NOTICE is hereby the 7th day of June,
Florida, ftHdo* at I StprMtt? '-Ch9.,5/ hereby giv.n on
; "
AD U.lt IlN) County .. .. ..... [; ,1.i "_ _. torney are set forth that the
ing mar. particularly Florida. Dated April 17. NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION below.All undersigned' given that on Monday. 1985.GILBERT
ALL I PERSONS HAVING described as follows: 1985. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO interested personsare T.R. Rothff 301 North May 27, 1985. at 10.00 S. BROWN.
TO OR Commence at the intersection Richard L. Cox Jr. REGISTER required to file with lawtey Ft, (sole) or o'clock A.M. the CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT

DEMANDS CLAIMS AGAINST THE of the United States Marshal FICTITIOUS NAME The administration of this court WITHIN THREE (joint) owners, doing undersigned GATORFREIGHTWAYS. COURT
Southerly boundary of Middle District of the estate of MARY T. MONTHS! OF THE FIRST business under the firm INC. By: Becky Parrish
ABOVE ESTATE: Bridges Street (formerly Florida Pursuant to Section name of H & R Auto Service will sell at public auction Deputy Clerk
You are herebynotified '-8* .09, Florida Statutes, OVERHOLSER. deceased. PUBLICATION OF THIS
301 N. Lawtey Fl, for cash at 2600 5162tchg523NOTICE
that Order of Seventh Street) and the File Number 8S.33-CP, Is NOTICE: 1)) all claims
an Westerly boundary of John E. Lowlor, III ho the
Summary Administrationhas pending in Circuit against the estate and 2))
undersigned.
fictitious under Fla. lot of wall
United name the ,
and Assistant one
Church Street .
run Court for Bradford County objection by interested
been entered In theestate David 'L. Fenton P.O. any an aforesaid did.
States statute. heaters ((02-598207
thence South 17 degreesand Attorn.yAttorney Florida Probate Division whom
of JACK FOSTER Box 109, Hampton. Fl. person to Doted this RONALD NEWMAN
.45 minutes West for Plaintiff 6 day of 3/3/85)), consigned to
McCOMB SR.. deceased 32044. (sol) or (joint) the address of notice was mailed that .
said 4/25 4tchg 5/16 May A.D. 1985 In Bradford Personalized Air Conditioning SR. and JOHN D.
along Westerly which is Bradford County challenges the of
validity
file number 85-29-CP by
business
,
owners doing County. Vero Beach ODOM III have made
boundary a distance of UNITED STATES DISTRICT Courthouse, Post OfficeDrawer the will the
qualifications
the Circuit Court for under the firm of
name 5/9 4tchg 5/30 Fla. and one lot of application to the
388.36 feet to a concrete Starke of the
B. personalrepresentative
Bradford County COURTMIDDLE Bradford Marine Service stove part (10.278288 Starke Zoning and
monument for point of DISTRICT OF Florida 32091. venue, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Florida Probate Division Three miles north Board for
on dtd 3/5/85)), consignedto Planning
beginning. From point of FLORIDA The names and addresses or jurisdiction of the REGISTER
the address of U.S. 301 North Intendsto Clec Co., of Pen reclassification, of the
beginning thus described JACKSONVILLE DIVISION of the personal court. FICTITIOUS NAME I
which Is Bradford County register said fictitiousname sacolo Fla., to satisfy property described
run North 72 degreesand and ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
the -
North Temple representative .
Courthouse, under the freight and storage below from R1A to R 2A
27 minutes West a UNITED STATES OF NOT SO FILED Pursuant to Section
Avenue, Starke aforesaid statute. charges, under the provisions 22.4 acres, located
the distance of 108.76 feet to AMERICA representative's attorney WILL BE FOREVER BARRED 865.09 Florida Statutes,
Florida 32091 that Dated this 24 day of of Section 4b( ) North of Hwy 229
total cash value of the a concrete monument; Plantiffvs. April. A.D. 1935 In Brad- are set forth notice is hereby given of Uniform StandardBill (Brownlee Road) and
estate Is $$15,900 and run thence South 17 Ford County. below Personal Representative that the undersigned' of lading. West of Hwy. 16
and addresses degrees and 43 minutes CLARENCE WILLIAMS! All Interested persons : Fred R. McElroy A
that the names 'l5 41cg 5116 GATOR FREIGHTWAYS (Raiford Rd.), out of
of those to West a distance of 105 JR., ore rqulred to file with Genaro S. Baldos, Jr. Patricia B. McElroy joint INC. Parcel 2345. oo in Section
whom It has been f.etto a concrete monument BETTY WILLIAMS his NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO this court WITHIN THREE 5907 Seventh Avenue owners, doing business Carrier 20 Township 6

a"lgn.d.by such order ; run thence South wife, et al. REGISTER MONTHS OF THE FIRST Brooklyn NY 11220 under the firm name of 5/162lchg5/23 South Range 22 East
or.: Emma M. McCombSR 72 degrees and 27 DefendantsCourt FICTITIOUS NAME PUBLICATION OF THIS Attorney for Personal Starke KOA (Cam for multi-family apart

230 East Stark., Fl minutes East a distanceof NOTICE: 1) oil claims Representative: pground. 1463 S. Walnut NOTICEOf ments.
32091 ; '. Barbara M. 108.67 feet to a concrete No. B4-1153-Civ. Pursuant to Section against the estate and 2)) Zelda J. Hawk Stark., Fl 32091, Intendsto INTENTIONTO This change In
Weldo'n 1343 Rogero Rd., monument on J-16 865.09 Florida Statutes any objection by an Interested 515 N. Main St. 1300 register said fictitious REGISTER classification Is subjectto

Jacksonville, Fl; Jack .F. aforesaid Westerly notice Is hereby given person on Gainesville FL 32601 name under the FICTITIOUS NAME a public hearing to
McComb; Jr., 1716 10th boundary of Church NOTICE OF SALE that the undersigned whom this notice was ((904)) 377.4422 aforesaid statute. be held on Thursday
Street run thence North Elton Ward 828 WeldonSt. served that challenge 5/9 2tchg 5/16 Dated this 6 day of
Street Langley AFB Pursuant to Section May 30 1985 at 7:00
Virginia 23665; CeciliaM. 17 decrees, 45 minutes Notice is hereby given ., Starke, Fl, (sole) or the validity of the will Bradford May A.D. 1985 In Bradford 865.09 Florida p.m.. In the Council
Greer 2207 55th East along said Westerly that pursuant to a (joint) ownerns doing the qualifications of the The County County. Statutes, notice Is Room in the Starke City
Street Bradenton Fl boundary a distance of Amended Final Judgment business under the firm personal representative, Board of County will Commissioners 5/9 4tchg 530IN hereby given that the Hall on ThompsonStreet

33505. 105 feet to point of entered on April 9, name of Storke Auto venue, or jurisdiction of open undersigned JAMES E. Starke Florida.At .
Center 528 S. Walnut St., sealed bids at 1:30 p.m. THE CIRCUIT COURT
at public out
beginning the
1985 by the above entitled court. this time all
All or. required OR MARIE M. ODEN persons
persons the and Stark., Fl 32091 Intendsto AND OBJECTIONS on Monday, June 3. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
to file with the cry to highest Court In the above ALL CLAIMS Route 1. Box 574. lake Interested shall be
best bidder for cash at the undersigned register sold fictitious NOT SO FILED 1985 In the County Commissioners IN AND FOR
cl.rk of said court styled cause at the Butler Florida joint heard for or against the
WITHIN 3 CALENDAR the hour of 12:00: o'clock United States name under the WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Bradfrod room Courthouse BRADFORD COUNTY owners, doing business proposal as specified In
MONTHS FROM TIME OF Noon on May 29, 1985 at Marshal or any of his duly aforesaid statute. RED. County and FLORIDA under the firm name of the Zoning Code of the
Dated this 23 day of of this for Fire, E.C. PROBATE DIVISION
THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF the front door entranceof authorized deputieswill Publication NEW RIVER RANCH City of Starke. Florida.
all
THIS NOTICE all the Bradford County sell the property April A.D. 1985 In Brad Notice has begun on May V&MM Protection. on Case No. 8550CPIN Bradford County Lake Walter Westcott

claims against the estateIn Courthouse at Starke, situate in Bradford Coun ford County. 2 and May 9. 1985. County Buildings.The Butler Florida 32054 Chairman
Florida. Florida described as: 4/25 4tpd 516IN Personal RepresentativeJean Bradford County RE: THE ESTATE OF Starke ft
the form and manner ty Board of County Commissioners Intends to register said Zoning Planning
prescribed by Section Dated: April 17, 1985 A parcel of land In the THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Clark the MYRLER E, KELLY fictitious name under Bd .
733.703 of the Florida Richard L. Cox Jr. E'/i of NE'/4 of SE/4' of FLORIDA Star' Route 1, Box 120 reserve and all Deceased. the aforesaid statute. Itchg5/16
to
reject
Statutes and Rule 5.490of United State Marshal NE'of Section 28, EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURTIN Hampton Fl 32044 bids right received any NOTICE OF Dated this 14th day of
of Middle District of Township 6 South Range Attorney for Personal NOTICE
the Florida Rules AND FOR Gilbert S. Brown ADMINISTRATIONThe May A D., 1985 in
Probate and Guardianship Florida 22 East Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY, Representative Clerk to the Board Bradford County
Procedure.ALL Florida said parcel Eugene F. Shaw Florida. EVA A. HARRISON has
FLORIDA 5/9 5/16 administration of
2tchg
CLAIMS AND Dorothea BeaneAssistant being more particularly 925.E North Temple Ave. 5/16 4tpd 6/06 made application for

DEMANDS NOT SO FILEDWILL United described as follows: CASE NO. 85-1BI.CA Starke. FL 32091 IN THE CIRCUIT the KELLY estate deceased of MYRLER Case E. SPECIAL EXCEPTION for

BE FOREVER BAR State Attorney Commence at an Iron ((904)) 964.5200 COURT EIGHTH Number Is IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Mobile Home In
85-50-CP
Attorney for Plaintiff pipe located at the SE JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN THE EIGHTH Agricultural. No. 2 to
RED. IN RE The Marriage of INTENTIONTO In the Circuit
: NOTICE OF pending
corner of sold EV< and AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN the Starke Board of Adjustment
Attorney: BRIAN LEE .HAWN. husband REGISTER Court for Bradford
Eugene F. Shaw 4/25 4tchg 5/16 run North 60'09" East and CONSTANCE BRADFORD COUNTY, Probate AND FOR BRADFORD on propertythat
FICTITIOUS NAME County Florida -
along the Easterly boundary FLORIDA FLORIDA is classified A and
Temple COUNTY
925.E North
DISTRICT wife the address
UNITED STATES HOECHST HAWN Division
thereof 27.74 feet
NO. 84.609.CA described below:
CASE
Avenue Section of which Is P.O.Drow.r .
to
COURTMIDDLE to an Intersection withan Pursuant CASE NO.: 85.186 2.3 acres located off
Starke Fl 32091
DISTRICT OF NOTICE OF ACTIONDISSOLUTION 865.09 Florida Statutes, B. Starke,
Easterly prolongationof .. R. ALDERMAN Alexander Rd., /-mile
WILLIAM
((904)) 964-5200:
FLORIDA OF Florida 32091. The
5/92tchg5/16 the Northerly boundary notice i I is hereby given IN RE: The Marriage of and ELMO G. ALDER. South of Hwy 301 S. In
DIVISION MARRIAGETO and address of
JACKSONVILLE
of the right of way that the undersigned SHELTON D. BAXLEY name MAN his wife Plain Section 33, Township 6
UNITED STATES DISTRICT of Thomas St; thence William Bosier Rout. 4, husband and BETTY J. the Personal Representative tiffs.KENNETH. South Range 22 East
UNITED STATES OF South 89"35'16" West : BRIAN LEE HAWN Box 1013 Stark., FL, BAXLEY wife.NOTICE and of the Personal v. Parcel 4442-00100 In

COURTMIDDLE DISTRICT OF AMERICA along said Easterly prolongation address unknown (sole) or (joint) owners, R.pre.entotlv.'sattorn.y W. FORD and Lincoln City.
FLORIDA Plaintiffvs. and along said doing business under the OF ACTION or..set forth BONNIE I. FORD his The Stork. Board of

JACKSONVILLE DIVISION and Northerly boundary YOU ARE NOTIFIED firm name of Boiler'sCustom CONSTRUCTIVESERVICEPROPERTY below wife, GAINESVILLE SUN Adjustment will con
JAMES F. NORMAN 166.96 feet to an Iron that an action for Constuctlon and All Interested personsare PUBLISHING COMPANY duct a public hearing at
CYNTHIA K. NORMAN for of DISSOLUTION OF MAR- Millwork, Route 4, Box required to file with
UNITED STATES Or pipe point beginning. GERALD J. their regular meeting
AMERICA DefendantsCourt From point of beginning RIAGE has been filed 1018. Starke, FL 32091 To: SHELTON D. BAX the court WITHIN THREE KIVETT and HELEN C. held at 7:30: p.m. In the
Plaintiffvs. thus described continue against you and you are Intends to register aid LEY address unknown MONTHS FROM THE KIVETT his wife, Council Room of Starke
No. 84-1439-Clv- '' South 8935'16" required to serve a copy fictitious name under the DATE OF THE FIRST Defendants.AMENDED. City Hall Thompson

THE ESTATE OF' KATIE 0. J:12 West along said Norther- of your written defense, aforesaid statute. YOU: ARE NOTIFIED PUBLICATION OF THIS Street Starke, Florida
WIMBERLY. al., NOTICE OF SALE Jy boundary 75.0 feet to If any to It on GERALDM. Dated this 29th day of that an action for NOTICE: NOTICEOF on Thursday May 30
thence' HASKINS. Petitioner's April A.D. 1985 In Brad. of 1. All claims againstthe SALE 1985.
Defendatn an Iron pipe: dissolution marriage PUBLIC
Notice Is I hereby given'that estate, and
,North 0-21'29" West Attorney whose addressIs ford County. hot been filed againstyou At this time, all persons
Court No. 84-1 432.Civ- oursiiant entered to a Final.Judgm.nt parallel with the Westerly 112 South Main' Street 5/2 4tpd 5/23 and you are requiredto Interested 2. Any objection by an to Notice I I. hereby given will be heard concerning
on boundary of said E'/i Gainesville, FL 32601, on of person that to the this applicationas
J-16 March 26 1985 by the IN THE ciRCutr COURT serve a copy your whom notice was mailed pursuant
above entitled Court In 100.00 feet to an Iron or before June 3, 1985 FOR BRADFORD written defenses. If any that challenges the Final Judgement of specified In the ion-
NOTICE OF SALE the above styled cause, pip.; thence North, and to file the original to It on EUGENE F. validity of the Will the Foreclosure entered In Ing codes of the City of
United 8935'16" East parallel with the Clerk of this COUNTY.FLORIDA SHAW, plaintiff's attorney of the the Circuit Court of the Starke.
the undersigned qualifications
Notice I Is hereby given with aforesaid Northerly Court either before service whose address Eighth 'Judicial CircuitIn l.M. Gaines, Director
States Marshal or of Personal Representative -
that pursuant to Final. his duly authorized any boundary 75.0 feet to an on Petitioner' Attorney PROBATE DIVISIONFile 925.E North Temple venue or and for Bradford Starke Bd. of Adj.
Judgment entered -on deputies will sell theproperty Iron pipe; thence South or Immediately Numb.r84-111.CP Avenue, Stark., Florida jurisdiction of thei County Florida Civil Itchg 5116
April I*. 1909 by the situate In Bradford 02r29" East parallel thereafter; otherwise a Division "F" 32091 on or before JUNE court.' Action Case No. -.-
above entitled Court In County. Florida, with sold Westerly boundary default will be entered 10 1985. and file the i ALL CLAIMS AND OB- 84-609-CA on 7 June
the above styled cause described as: '100.00 feet to the'' against you for the relief In RE: ESTATE OF CORAS. original with the clerk of. JECTIONS NOT SO FILED 1985. I will sell the

the undersigned United w.." 100 feet of Lot S Point of beginning at demanded In the petition. BALDOS. deceased. this Court either before WILL BE FOREVER following described j
$4a Marshal or any of_ of Block 22 of the City of public outcry to the ervle on plaintiff at- property lying and bef .

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942 OAK ST CON 15'W OF NE COR OF kl/2 CF 04757 i COOCC
2778- -CCOOC 353 N TEMPLE AVE Rill 250'. N ODEG W 400.N
ALOE ALMA RICKST STARKE FL 32091 STARKE FL 32C91 NE1/4 OF SEl/. OF NE1/4 RUN S {( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL,001562-000-3 HX 90.55 I LEITH AT' RYAN MARY
28 6S 22 I I RT 4 BOX 1402
1 dUX 28 6S 22 140 M 100' S 100' FOR POB S
< 355
TARKE FLA3209J CON AT NW COR OF 'SWl/4 CF LOTS 2,3 OF BLK. 35 IN L. T. ( ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLl OOT206-OOO-5 (285.82 '045050050C STARKE FLA32C91
I'NCLEOD BOBBY L C JUDY L
SE1/4 & RUN S 105 FT E 40 FT COS S/D SUB DOWLING RN, ADD TO STARKE 04298 -00100 :
,. HOMES EOOIE EST 1597 GEIGER RO 01 7S 22
'FOR P08 THEN RUNS SOFT E..FOR.fURTHEA .
4 AS 22 006091-000-9 (67.17
( LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 006568-000-6 (146.3803837AC040C LULIE MAE RILEY ET AL LE :STARKE FL 32C91 ,COM AT Sk COR OF &1/2 OF
LL El/2 OF SWl/4'OF NE1/4 N 03378- -COOOO
RT 3 BOX 124 34 65 22 SE1/4 OF SWl/4!." N 15C' FOR
F AD' WHITE NAUR ICE J I'CON AT SE COR OF SE 1/.
STARKE FL 32C91 CF
005689-000-3 (1,589.42 OBRIAN JAMES P C BARBARA SUE |POB, E 745.11' TO RD2CO N CN
ua wOODS lOll ..51 '....1N 3* W ON E LINE
; 02993- -0020C 636 M MADISON S1 32 6S 22 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL
CLARK PHILIP M ET ALPO STARKE FLA STARKE FLA CON AT NE COR OF NWI/4 OF 25.07 TO N R/W OF GEIGER RO 3.34 AC

'0'2'80006.61.91' .32091 SE1/4 RUN H 210'. SID"* FOR 'IFOR I FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLa SUB LITTLE HOLLYWOOD
BOX 67KEYSTONE 32091 .
'2794-10-0020.! 28.AS T
U. 4.01 AC
FOB W 210'. S 10.9. E 210'.
29 AS 22
:OR8IN SHEENA HGTS .FL 32A3A LOTS :3 C 4 OF 6LKS9 IN L T C 4,"
is 301 5 : i iiTARKE 28 AS 22 COS S/0 .' LOT 4 OF BLK- 1 IN RN DOkLING I IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX MOl!!: ,015UOOU60.1.( 00804C-000-4 23.98

FL 32C91 .. .. BEG AT INT W R/W SR-200 C NRW.SR10OA 096094-000-7 118.57 ADO _. 0.480OOOOC I 04762 -C010CWITKOWSKI
26 65 22 '? W ON N R/W SUB PINEHAVENSUB 007212-000-6 183.33 1 THOMPSON JOHNNIE B S ALMA JPO JOHN EDWARD
03379- -00000' "
.OT 3 SIR 2 THE 'WOODS S/0 247.1 NLY PAR It R/fc SR-200 JACKSON JOHNNY'' ( BUTLER COURT 04303- -COOOC | BOX 1029 RT 1MECEDAh I

SUB: COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES ./FOil FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL NCCASLIN IDELLA EST STARKE FL 32091 I WIS
N OAK ST
SUB DO ML ING PARK S/0 942 006655-000-7 818.61 I LEE 0 GRIFFINPO 34 6S 22 54646

J05358-000-0 (6A.33 009799-000-2 (251.13' STARKE FL 32091 03919OOOOC'. BOX 274 I i W 522' OF NE1/4 OF NE1/4 EX S 01 7S 22

32819- -COtOC 0305300000 28 6S 22. DUKES J C "' STARK FL 32C91 ;228. ALSO E 2A OF Nl/2 CF LOTS 3.4 OF BLJC 40. IN L. T.: ( 32 6S 22 ,I HOLLYWOOD ..
IOHNS BRIAN K LCD ENTERPRISES OF RT 3 BOX 192 Sl/2 OF NWI/4 OF NE 1.14 EX j EX R/
1302 .U PRATT ST GAINESVILLE! INC COS SIO' ... LAKE BUTLER Ft' 32094 1 A IN NW COR OF El/2 OF (IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLt

" NWI/4 OF sea 14 EX R/" 008043000223.98''
STARKE FL 32C91 296S22 T.58 AC
PO BOX 690NEWBERRV SUB L ,T S CD'S ADD 10 SIARKE -
26 6S 22. .. FL 32669 T LOTS''IS t 6 OF BLK 13.IN SUB PINESONG 04765- -00000

CON AT SE COR OF 511I1Of 28 6S 22.. .006131-000-3 '(599.87 GASKINS ADO '. 007217-000-6 153.96 CASO LAURA

S61/4 N 188.46 10 N R/W HWY' LOTS 1.* 3 OF ILK 9 'IN ORlc;' 03416-' -OOOOt: ,- SUB PINEHURST .. 030COOOO 007528-000-9 HX (18.70 4 CAKEWALK TRL
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230 W ON R/M 176.34 N 200' _00 MULBERRY FLORA 'ESTI 0449000101 SNITHTOkN NY 11787
.TOWN OF, STARKC EX,RR R/V .?' GREEN EDWARD! M (.GENEVA\ H '
,FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL.1 > .., '! >''. i. ,',23( E WASH ST.t. ",':J. "'-.-.. 006670-000-7. L 7.1'tHrr (20.91 ALfAIR DURANT, I.GARRARD GEORGE G 6 LORI ART 07 7S 22
'.l""'.''."' *., ... .0073-000-1 .' (110.14'SIAMKS.f 03935- -DOOM j RT 1 BOX 1937 'I -v. .. 1 BOX 818 LOT 7 OF BLK 2 LITTLE
6-05n9000i : .. *lis"iM!; wJ ift1Ur Iii). HAROLJ1"5. I IO'WOJESWUIIG' 'f'L1W1a6011 "
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ALVAREZ WILLIAM C ANNA J PO BOX 72 COS ADO EX tCfV OF LOT 6 .FL32206 CON AT NE COR OF NMt/4 OF CON AT NE COP OF NIIIIOF SUB TOM 1tOQ0
47 2 BOX 1910- 29 AS 22 ? SE1/4. ( RUN W 210FT FOR APOB .
STARKE FL, 32091 DESC OR. 107-342 OR 43-393 ,NEl/4 M 2T8.44 S 35.22 TO
STARKE! FLA _. LOT 4 OEW-eLK-t IN .PINEHURST: THEN RUN S 105FT H 210FT. N I SLY *16 SR-230 1 P08 ELY ON 008109-000-2 50.51

32091 LOTSS6.1. OF, ILK 10... ORIU OM143-400-O( 8372.52! SUB ijr *..: IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLl''IFOR .FURUpfir LEGAL. SEE .TAX ROLL. 0480300102
26 AS 22 03492-" -OOOOONUGENT SARATOGA TCTrSTJUTl 3 SUB LINCOLN CITY I CHESSER JERRYPO
TOM OF STMRnDESCORt00233 ,
lOT 6 OF B4.K 2 IN PINEBREE2C VERA LMT 00,5660009186.18 BOX 2691
C 108-241 i iO .i 1 00X 3A2 0067850006HII (3A.1A 001226-000-5 (2B.69 1 STARK FL 32C91
'-- -- 04508OOOOC
,41'- o--: (48.04 '11- Oo-" 1133.14 'STARK FL 32091, 04037004CO 04316- -00300 THE ROOST INVESTMENTS INC 10 15 22

02839- -OOOOC-: O3069- -COOOO a. 65 22 SELLERS RONNIE E S JANINEP CARTER HATTIE! EST PO BOX 12597GAINESVILLE CON AT NU COR SEC E 23' TO ELV

OLIVE LEROY t VERA ,RICKS GEORGE N' ( BARBARA K LOTS ,.'.'1 C lILY 111* 0> LOT 0 BOX 989uSTARKE I THOMAS ALBERTPO FL 32604 RU CO GA RD S 100' TO PCB CCNTS

C/O 514 NONA ST RT 2 BOX'60 B...10 DEABIy.J4, IN L T ( COS FL 32091 BOX 926 34 6S 2; 130' E 334' N 130' W 334' TO

STARKE FL 32C91 STARKE FL 32091 J29 AS 22 STARKE FL 32091 iMl/2. OF Nl/2 OF NWI/4 OF (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL)

27 6S 22 2B 6S 22 6 ,!:;!OI-t (302.41 LOT 4 BLK 2 SARATOGA HGTS 32 U 22 >NMl/4. 1 1.00 AC OR BK C221 PG 0292

BEG AT NE COR OF NE1/4 OF INioll' CON AT SE! COR OF ILK 14 ( RUN UNIT 3 !.; LOTS 3,4 OF BLK 3 IN LINCOLN SUB HICKS UNRECD

S 330.7 FOR FOB CON S M 55PT.N4011E 22FT. N 25 BALL IRENE ET AL CITY 007387-000-3 008119-000-7 (48.04

260' .H 230N.260, E 230' 1/2 FT. I E! 33FT. S 49 1/2 FT 464 N WATER It. 006799-000-5 L 619.98 04915- (21.97 048050030C

(IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEe TAX ,ROLL.1 FOIt FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL L STARKE FL 32091. 0404200700' 007230-000-4 (7B.29 CLARK -OOOOC FORSVTH KINBORT

SUB BRADFORD HGIS ,28 'AS 22 RIGBY CHARLES A C BR1G1TTE E 04317C010C |80.11 .491STARKE JINNIE M C LINDA N 3 BOX 351

OOS777-COO-0 1618' LOt.7 OF BLK 29, L.'. T ( CO'S ADD ,PO BOX 3761 ALBERT THOMASP FLA STARKE FL 320S1
005946-000-1 1Z5. ,1 03071-'-00000 BIG( BEAR LAKE CA 92315 0 BOX 926 10 7S 22

02900-.-00000: BROWN GERALD E 006249-000-0 37.27 .296S22 STARKE FL 32C91 34 6S 32091'22 2 AC IN NE COR OF SW 1OF

JUHNS CARL L 3915 NE 11TH ST 03539- -OOOOC LOT 14 OF BLK 3 OF UNIT Ill 32 6S 22 LOT SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 BEING

BOX 130SIARKE OCALA FL 32670 STARKE BUILDERS .SUPPLY SARATOGA HEIGHTS. SID LOT 1 OF BLK 4 IN LINCOLN SM COR 90 OF E C W BV 79' N ( S IN 231.'"* E C k BY 376.41 N (

FLA 28 6S 22 BOX 883 SUB PARK WOOD- CITY .OES&- 8R 106-199 SUB SECURITY NM1/4 OF SW1/4 I fOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI)

32091 CON 40' E OF'SW COR OF BLK'15 STARKE FLA HONE SITES

27 6S 22 .S RUN N 105*, E 65.7'. S 32091 .006814-000-9 HX 10.84 007255-OOO-4 008142-000-0 40.11

BEG AT NW COR OF el/2 OF '105", M 10 BED IN ORIG TOWN 28 .AS 22 '. 0405900200 O4321- -00100 II.." 04587-007706-000-5 im.,, 04814 -coaocTOMNSENO

Scl/4 OF SE1/4 S 50' N/L E I FOil,FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL LOT 4 OF. BLK :3 IN DAVIS ( GRIFFIS GWEN E FRAZIER JOSEPH -00000 SAMLEL A & NANCY

151' S 100' E 300 N 35* N/L TRUBVS ADO 801 N WESTNORELAND ST 1658 S WALNUT ST COLLINS GLADYS V RT 3 BOX 1323

I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL L009T83-000-1 > (622.M SUB JONES N J ADO TO STARKE STARKE FL 32091 STARKE FL 32091 RT STARKE 3 BOX 174C STARKE FLA

O3078- -OOOOC' .29 6S 22 FL 32C91
32 6S 22 32091

005512-000-2 .n05. 6 NARCHANT LORETTA J 006276-000- (299.86 'LOT >'OF PARjCMOD LOT 1 OF BLK 8 IN LINCOLN i NW1OF 35 65 22 10 7S 22
02918- -COOOC PO BOX 428 .. 03563- -OOOOC : SMI/4 C WLY 77Or
006820 000-0" 'HX 10.84 CITY NE1/4 OF CON AT SW COR SEC C RUN ELY
ROBERTS GAIL STARKE FL 32C91 SANDERS ELZIE! S C 04055C0908 S- COR SW1/4 EX l-AC SO IN 3415.5 10 W R/W OF HWY
PO BOX 51 28 65 22 SANDRA P OF N"". OF Skl/4
FORSYTH SHEILA 001260-000-9 15.73 I IOU21 I FOR FURTHER 1 EX 100.N18 W ALONG HWY 1051.02
STARKE FL 32091 E 48FT 9 IN OF LOTS 6 16 OF PO BOX 68 ,804 N WESTMORELAND -00600 1".15 LEGAL SEE TAX I'IFOR' FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL

28 6S 22 BLK 16 IN ORIG TOWN OF STARKE STARKE FL 32C91: STARKE NOLLEV VIRGINIAPO AC001123000T
FL 32091
CON 105S OF NE'COR CF SE1/4 28 AS 22 BOX 008IS9-OCO-7 .
009819-000-2' 8799.97 29 6S 22 1165 HX (72.72 i .. .5.16
Of NE1/4 P RUM W 420' Sl05'.E4Z0' 03112- -OOOOC E 84 FT OF LOT 1 OF BLK E EX LOT 9 OF PARK MOOD STARKE FL 32091 0459200300 O4822- -OOCOC
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N 105' TO BEG HARRY GREEN AUTO PARIS 1'10 FT t E 84 F1 OF LOT 32 6S 22 LEE ROBERT E C ROBIN CRT ; GRifFIS LAWRENCE L C

sua WATERS INC BETWEEN BLKS B t E IN N J 006827-000-2-- (78.07 'LOT 6 OF BLK 8 LINCOLN CITY 3 BOX 1709 SUSANRT

IFOR FuAlRIt LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL STARKE FL 32091 3 BOX 164
040'50160C''
005576-000-6 HX (55.71 320 E CALL SI .
02919- -C020C STARK FLA 09A2T5-000-1 (.0.01 BARNETT VICKIE N 007293-000-2 (13.14 35 6S 22 STARKE FL 32UI

32091 01564- -00000 | T280XI15 J. 04328C0102; CON AT SW COR SEC N (9' TO 11 7S 22

WILLIAMS CLARENCE JR C BETTY 28 6S 22 SANDERS ELZIE'S t (ISTARKE FL 32091 CHURCH FIRSTBORN OF NLV ./.. SCL RR t POS COM N N1/2 OF Swl/4 OF NWI/4 EX Pd ,
1001 THOMAS ST
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286522 :006005CGo.152.... PO BOX U LOT 16 PARKWOOD SO I'RT 1STARKE FLA IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL]04990-: (157.97

STARKE FL 32C91 -OOOOC
PARCEL 2 OF WATERS UNRECORDED 03300- -OOOOC
28 AS 22 O06831-000-1 HX (89.2S 32.091' JOOT730-000-4 105.71 LACASIBU PROP INC S
SUB AS DESCRIBED OR 195-550 EO ESICO
HUNTER LOT1DFBLKEEXSIO'OP E O403503200 ..' 32 6S 22 04599OOCOC MARIA INVEST CORP

OJSS/7-000-2 HX SANUEL HLNTER 146' ( EX E4' OF N 41' CLOT THORNTON ALTON EVELYN: D I El/2 OF LOT I OF ILK 15 IN CRIBBS; N E 760 US HWY 1 NO. 101

02919-) -0040C (59.71 918 KElLE0.'STSTARKE BETMN SLITS 8 C E EX I E 84* 806 PAKWOOO 'LINCOLN CITYm110666R *11001921STARKE WORTH PALM BEACH FL 3340C

BURGH DONNIE C CLARARENA 28 65 22 FL 32C9I. IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL!5TAR 501 OLD LAWTEV SUB HIGHWAY loaD 'SIARKE 29 6S 22 .. 1 043880010C 35 6S 22 ME1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4 EX
RO BLK 6 IN L T C COS S/0 EX R/W
STARKE LOT 32 PARKkOOD" CRIBBS M 495 OF SW1/4 OF sea/. EX I-A IN SE COIL C E 3A OF lWl/4
FL 32C91 CHARLIE C.S MILDRED A
EX OF LOT 1 .
E,7 000218-000-9' Sl.6.1.60OU.T REPLAT 'LOT IN NW COR 75* 3F SE1/4 OF
28 63 22 ,SUB STARKE' HGTS POBOX 1244 ELM BY 300 SE1/4 C Nl/2 OF

p PARC 4 OF WATERS UNRECO SO AS 06018-000-1 (184.17 -OOOOC: .-:: STARKE FL 32C41 I N C S EX R/.. 103-319 EX l-AC IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

OESC OR 195-582' '. 03313- -OOOOC SANDRA SANDERS P ELZIE S t 04118-A-COOOC 006918-000-7.; 13.34 33 6S 22 FOR 14.00 FURTHER AC LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL|I 49.00 AC

SMITH EDWARD 0 CON AT NW COR OF N..l01'
TOWN t OP
COUNTRY HOMES 008305-000-6
PO BOX A8
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134.85
005578-COO-8 JOI' (56,04" NW1E 116 TO FOB CONT E "
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StARKE! FL 32C91 32C91 PO BOX 298MCINTOSH 04606--- I BRAOLEY'VIRGJNIA
JEFFERSON WH SET AL 28 6S 22 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL
'. 2( AS 22 FL 32664 'M INS ''H 8 I BOX 103HAMPTON
601 OLD LAWTEV RO '' "
LOT 3 01' 81k 11 JN L T C CCS '
29 6$ 22 ; 418 SEHOV! CIRCLE I
STARKE FL 32C91; S/0 **- LOTS 9CA ( THE S 50' Of 1 CFBLK 007331-000-4 (1.459.37 FLA
BEG AT SW CORB&. Ik 60' N AUBURN ALABAMA 32044
28 65 22 ,' .-. .. 1 IN HWY ADDITION OR 04390- -COOOO
PARC- WATERS UNRECO SO -AS DES'SUB PEARCES. RES/0-J;, GALVAREZ, 105-97. OR. 127-302 10.7 E 60',5,10.1' TO FOB MHITEHEAO C S ET AL 36830 '1 19 7S 22
SUB, WESTPINE 36 65 22 :3>H AT SW COR OF SE1/4
OR 205 472, PO BOX 299 CF
005900-000-1. 2840000 LOTS 6 C 9 OF BLK I IKINGSLEV. '.El/4, E 160
(743.36 P04 ( (611.98 '.J"' STARKE FL 32091 3 LAKE I N 278' TO POB,

005586-OCO-l' (172.50 0 03204OOCCC 0357200200 006967-000-6 591.66 31 6S 33 !! HTS IN NE1/4 OF I 'INI fH NJ 100'. E 154 S 100. k
BREWER DONNA I L HAYES ANTHONY R t SHARON 0 04140- -0010C !1/4'. FOR I FURTHER LEGAL
02928- -COOOC e.OH-A-NW COR; OF SEt 33 C RUNE ,--- SEE--- lAX-.,.. -Real---.
JAMES.o 1534 GEIGER RO (SSN TEMPLE AVE THOMPSON WALCQ. o c P A
SMITH 379 FT FOR A FOB THEN S 007764-000-3 003186-000-4 '
105 .140 41.39
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28 65 22, .- 165 22 STARKE FL 32091 "
STARKE! FL I FOR
32C91 FURTHER
LEGAL SEE TAX ROll HAROLD DORIS WALDROP RAMON A
LOT 12 .6 A STRIP' h OF SAN 1C "' I 35' OP LOT 6 OP 'BLK 2 29 6S Z2' .
28 83 :22 ., SUB SOUTHGATF HFPLAT 100 WEST OAK HILL OR 403 N.-W f 1SI ST
1 LOT BEING"122.5 FT N $ 'S' BY BAY ST BNO M IY BAY ST N 8V : HIGHWAY 60D. 'CON AT NW COR'OF S..IOF PALATKA FLA GAINESVILLE

t 5O FT E C W LYING ('.BEING Ilk CALL ST BEING IN COOKSEVS ADO ,. rill TEMPLES ADD. TO STARK ;SE1/4 S 268.C8'TO PCB; CONT S 007367-000-5 149.31) 32077 / 15 7S 22 FL 32601

ME COR UP loIn OF Nhl/4 OF .FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL. 321.78 TO N Pill SCL SPUR ELY 04394-0-0120C 02 7S 22 CON AT NE COR

I FOR FUR 'HER LEGAL SEE TAX .ftcL .104299-000-5( '44.25' IFOR''I FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX DOLL J:]i FUQUA CAROLYN CHARLES K c Wl/2 OF NM1/4 OF S..*/. PCB SEC N 82 M OEG 660.53'S1626.26'TO

SUB BLANaiMG S/0 f I 005922-000-3>> .03386- -OOIOC 006'Ur1 (256.66' 20.00 AC'oon86005 '
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'.. 1411.1' ISTARKC BUILDERS SUPPLYPO BOX 8.6STARKe W 63.15 S
03227ooaoc, 04142- -
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LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI
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1'l ,. BOX 366JESUP STARKE FL 32C91 33 6S 22 '04636- ,2g.fll
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.,. .. 'CON AT NW COR 0' CALL I'IAY tTEMPI.UiAOO: N 260 OF A 2ACtRACT' LYINGIN sua 13 OF EASTWOOD00739Joao BLK 4 ,'RT 3 BOX 1833 ',RT 1 BOX L 72-0 Kill :,

1/2i7'P011N108' .."' .. UZ ;' Iii '00612000.7'v' NE COP OF .SwI/4.0' sel/* STARKE!! FL 32C91 REOOICK. FL 32686 I
( > ,, (35.67 LOT &"S BY 183 03 1S 22
AUN ii 'A BEING 260' N 15 TS 22
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1U2..- 28 AS.22 GA 31015 SEE TAX
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: .lIltAl'f'l! ftPO IN ADO 359 N TEMPLEAVE 007787-000-1 /
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008360-000-6 HX "9.25 20.00 AC GAINESVILLE FL 12409 SUB KEYSTONE ESTATES 010026-000-8 10".25
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20 TS 22 RT 2 BOX ,49 0093260001296.02 11 GEORGE I INMAN 27 BS 22 .
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10.00 AC 130522 OF N.,15 434. M 729 TO 06060-B-C120C
008366-000-2 $35.78 SUB HAMPTON PAR K0011520e09' PARC 19 OF BLK A IN SILVER TLYR/NGRRDNONS R/" TILLNAN REC HAZEL J

0493600100 RIDGE IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLl$7O29 SENECA AVE

LACASIBU PROP INC C $68.90 16.00 AC JACKSONVILLE FL 322 1C
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20 TS 22 SOUTH hELLFLEET 038190004 SUB PUMPKIN PATCH
32 15 22 FL 32604 HARRIS M 0 t VICKIE
Sill/. OF NM1/4 M OF SR 221 LOTS 1 THRU t C 17 THRU 22. OF 13 BS 22 3394 TA1T RD 010067000.606.96
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AC BLK 19 IN HAMPTON PARK CON AT NM COR OF SMl/4 CF KETTERING OH 43439 0608V -C010C

S.,1RUN E 360' FOIt. POll CONT: 24 8S 22 MCKELLIPS ROLLANO A I DIANE L
: I 008423-000-8 $27.77 008764-000-6 $210.98 E 60 S 432 M 100' N 392 LOT 4 HIDDEN HILLS 3 RT 2 BOX 264C
04961 OOOOC 03166- -00000 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX KU. MELROSE FL 3266
LACASIBU PROP INC & KYLE HARRY M C MARY ANN SUB CARL VOLLKOPF 009620-000-1 BR $38.82 '34 BS 22

NARRA INVEST CORP RT 3 BOX 998 038190103C COM 1320' M C 118 N OF SE
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760 US HhV 1 NO. 101 STARKE FL 32C91 009360-000-9 8409.11 CAVERLV GUY t K MARY P COR OF SEC 27 S TO* k 200' .:::

NORTH PALM BEACH FL 33408 34 TS 22 C9638- -OOOOC PO MAKER 399 FOR PUS CONT S 70*M 100'S .,:s:

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LIES W OF SR-221 OESC IN OR 70.00 ACooenOOO01 FL 3220T. CON AT NE COR OF S"IOF '01011100011.216.08- fY: ( r1 t
98-323 13 8S 22 NM1/4. 184 TO POB E ITS. 86' 06125- -0010C ,

6.24 AC $48.10 CON AT SE COR OF LOT T BLK C S34.E 384.02 M 743.63 TO E LANIER LOYREE .\ '; il'f

IJ \ 09168- -C020C RUN E79f N200'. E122. C FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX KCLI RT 2 BOX 2682 .\\\\\\\\\\\\\\tttttLtmlli\\\\\\\\\\\ tttrri, UfW1

008430-000-3 $106.29 HERSEV ELBERT E I BETSY M612, K220, S TO SE COR OF 2.90 AC NELROSE FL 32666 .
049730010C RT 3 80X 602 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL .SUB KEYSTONE CLUB EST 33 BS 22

FORUM k. t E CAROL STARKE FL 32091 3.43 AC LOTS 9,10,11 OF INDIAN BEACH, Smooth Talker.
PO BOX 271 34 7S 22 SUB APIT2 UNRECD 009676-000-2 849.00 SID ..

HAMPTON FL 32044 N.,1OF NEt/4 N OF HIGHWAY 009380-000-9 $.$43.4 03869- -OOOOC Raymond White of Lawtey, a
21 7S 22 18 EX'E 330 0564900000 KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP 010 124-COO- $37C.66
Ml/2 OF NW1/4 OF SEl/.. OF Mh4 14.00 AC00877SOOO7 FCCI INC I GEORGE INNAN 061)8- -OOOOC senior business student at Bradford
High, won fourth place in state competition -
.00 AC0084350CCS PO BOX 9977JACKSONVILLE 2020 E SILVER SPRGS liLY RICE JACK L
$77.94 FL 32207 :OCALA FL 3270 RT 2 BOX 2693 in public speaking in a

604.92 09173- -C020C 13 BS 22 24 8S 22 MELROSE FL 32666 Future Business Leaders Associa-.

04974 COOOC HALL N A ET AL CON AT SE COlt LOT T OF ILK C LOT 19 OF BLK 15 IN K C E 33 6S 22 tion (FBLA).

BELL ROBERT E JR RT 3 BOX 637 NT PLEASANT E 79* TO FOB N .:UNIT '1 COM AT SELV COR OF LOT 27 White won the district competitionIn
P 0 BOX 3616 STARKE FL 32091 200' E 122 N 396.82 N38EIFOR INDIAN BEACH S/O UNIT 1 RUN N
JACKSON GA 3C233 34 TS 22 FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX KOI!I.009677-000-8 849.00 4IW ON ELY LINE 62' FOR FOB public speaking. Then in Orlando
21 7S 22 NEI/4 OF SEI/4 EX N "20' C EX SUB KEYSTONE OAKS 03870OOOOC IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI April 18-20 White competed with the

SEI/4 OF NE1/4 EX El/4 PARC IN SE CUR 293.18 SO EX KEYSTONE ESTATES CORPI SUB INDIAN BEACH UNIT 2 winners of the other 15 districts in .

30.00 AC COM AT NE COR OF NEt/" OF 009385-000-9 830.T' GEORGE INMAN 01010000$323.93 the state and won fourth place the
2020 E SILVER SPRGS BLV
FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLI,
008316-000-3 $41.04 09649-A-00300 I OCALA FL 32610 06170- -OOOOCP1SANO highest any BUS student has ever
25.00 ACt108776000.3
O3021- -00701 SCHEETI DON ( SHARON 24 .8S 22 K L JR IMSI. won In state FBLA competition.White .

GARONER PERCY ( MARIEP $220.49 fO STARKE BOX 119 LOT 20 OF BLK 13 IN K C E STARK M ElM A Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
FL 32091
cIa 3302 NM tNIV AVE
UNIT
0 BOX 227 1
69173- -00201 13 BS 22 Clifford Coley of Lawtey.VoTech.
CJ GAINESVILLE FL 3201
HAMPTON FL 32044 SUB REPLAT OF FORT OF ROE _
ALi
HALL N A ET
LOT 3 KEYSTONE OAKS
29 7S 22 33 8S 22
U H HALL SR LET
CON AT NE COR OF NM1/4 OF 3 BOX 637 009395000'U..'I N)09700001SR._ ,839.04 LOT 9 IN INDIAN BEACH UNIT 2
NEI/4. S 208.44 TO 1'08. CONT !TARKE FL 32C91 09649-4-01300 1 SUB INDIAN BEACH UNIT 3

S 247.82.H 363.36.N 6E 4 TS 22 SABO EUGENE ( ROSENARIE HALL JAMES S

IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL. ON AT NE COR OF NE 1/4 OF 112 COOK ST P 0 BOX 1242 010174-000-7 $77.14

SEI/4, S 850 TO PUB CONT S PROSPECT CT C6712 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' FL 32636 06180- C070C ,
000- 1 HX $43.84 STEVENS ALBERT 0 C WILMA L
008'32- 246522
OBt. M 2M. N 2011'. E 208 13 BS 22
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MELTON CLARENCEBOX 33 IS 22 ...

149HAMPTON 1008848-000-4 $41.31 009408-000-1 8293.J W( 836.42 COM AT SE COR LOT 6 OF I NO
FLA P9213- -00300 BCH UNIT 3 RUN MLV ALONG SLY

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29 7S 22 ( 134 I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI
LAKE PO BOX 5577JACKSONVILLE
FL
; 32640
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13 BS 22 S 112 OP |
SR 18 ( M RM CO CRRO LOT 2 9ENEVA j WOODS AS
610.83 FOR FOB S CON AT INT everybody sort of bury their
RO S LOT ...27Bl KEYSTONE OAKS DESC OR 231 5ll -0100C can
POB"NM
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX POLL" SillY ON M NM 240 208 TO SMLV PAR 009413-000-6 $33.7 -DAMES SHIRLEY A heads in the sand and ignore what is
KM
PERP TO M ,,
SUB EAST HAMPTON 1601 N MAIN ST
03449A03TOOUINM 009833-002-2 on.
FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLl 206.00 going
JAMES GAINESVILLE FL 32601
008943-000-2 t? $14.88 1119.231"''O BOX 499 IYHAIR J C 29 BS 22 '" '

0e MM 038803T,0.OO80Cf"'YJJUM 008849-000-0 032I4MMOOI'! 'JlRaTI I UIYlnONl'f""L 32454 r 2 BOX 1'-1 ,..?,? ....ne LOT 10GENEVA,,; CRCEX'* t***!*'* i .
LODGE F C AM r.\ ',', HALL BOBBY JOe! C RONALD J '130522 ;, <.' !LMOS-fL; ,3244* \ ", ,some-changesId'flirty utilize this'

ADDRESS UNKNOWN RT 3 BOX 637 LOT 37 KEYSTONE OAKS 91522 ; 0102930003IUII.9' facility," Smith said. .
29 7S 22 UB PARADISE SHORES ITS 3 16 GENEVA MOODS AS DISC B6203-B-O120C
Pressed school board member
STARKE FL 32091 by
l 1 LOT IOSFT ECU BY SOFT HIS I 230 112 JONES EARL F C NONA V
IN NE COR OF LOV4 SID CF 39 TS 22 109448-000-1 8902.93 PO BOX 28 Judy Becker, Smith chose option 3,
N1/2 OF NEI/4 OF NM1/4 1A AS DESC IN DEED BK 99 PC '6'6A01100"A""BELL 19833-003-2 BR $36.42 STARKE FL 32091 combining the vo-tech and high
469 ALSO PORT N OF SAID 1 AC
RANDALL J I SANDRA C: 29 8S 22 school, as the most viable.
TO SELV RM Rft.SPUR C TO SMLV JOHN
008330-000-9 817.30 PO BOX 110KEYSTONE IMERS D I LOT 12 GENEVA CREEK
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCL:
030430010C HGTS FL 32656 0 BOX 298 Require V-T Courses...
v BRADLEY WILEY H 008889-000-0 $64.83 13 BS 22 IKE GENEVA FL 32660 110294-000-9 $138.99
T PO BOX 103 09242 -00000 OT 11 OF PARADISE" SHORES S/O I 8S 22 06203801300JONES A fifth option would be to includein

o HAMPTON FL 32044 HALL DARRELL M C ALICE It JF AN UN REC. PLAT DESC OR 1/2 OF LOT 4 GENEVA MOODS AS EARL F I NONA V graduation requirements a cer-

I.JJ 29 15 22 RT 3 BOX 818 110-159 ISC OR 232 421 PO BOX 28 tain number of vocational courses.
s."% BEG AT PT WHERE H LIKE OF SEC STARKE FL 32091 STARKE FL 32C91
INT MITH SLY R/M GStF RR S 01 8S 22 109434-000-2 8624.08 19841-000-9 131.21 23 IS 22 Where would a college bound student -

203M/L E ISC N 130 TO SLY LOT 41 ON PINE OF CRYSTAL 19696-A-02300 '00.3-A-00100 I LOT 13 GENEVA CREEK fit into such a plan, asked Mrs.

I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL LAKE HONESITES OR 128-334 I.OWLAND HAZEL FPO IVHAIR J C SUB GENEVA OAKSH0336OCO3 Becker.

SUB GOULD PARK008S99000T- BOX 74IELROSE f 2 BOX 15-.. 1216.94 Many students have a need for

$12.72 008892-000-3 $97.30 :" FL 32666 3.ROS6 FL 32666 36203-C-0280C typing, clerical classes, bookkeeping -

03O7600101 0524500000 .3 IS 22 s as 22 .ENTZ: FREDERICK A ( SANDRA A future engineers should take
BRICE ARNOLD C JR MCDOWELL CARRIE N I LOT 23 PARADISE SHORES SID IT T OF GENEVA WOODS PO BOX U9KEYSTONE ,
PO BOX lib BOX 26393 SUB LAKESIDE 9.00 AC)9842000l MGT FL 3296 drafting, home repair could be

LAWTEY FL 32038 NEW ORLEANS LA 10126 36 IS 22 learned in a carpentry class

30 7S 22 01 8S 22 109478-000-4 8124.41 $131.21 LOT 28 GENEVA OAKS homemaking skills are requirednow
IN', '' COM AT PT 793 N t 990 E OF SW LOT 44 ON PINE OF CRYSTAL 967600100 '003-A-0080 0 SUB SANTA FE SHORES Brown pointed out
COR OF NEI/4 OF NEI/4 M 200' LAKE HONESITES OESC OR 104-81 RELISH MICHAEL A IVHAIR J'C

j TO FOB S 130 M 23* N 130 E 'O BOX 838lELROSf 12.00% 73-M 010399-000-3 1273.43
fOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX KCL FL 32666 AROSE FL 3266 06219-A-00709 Supt. Duncan...

008947-000-2 $197.99 22 BS 22 I BS 22 SEALEY GENE k I LINDA "I have no problem at all with

008623-OOO-6 $33.37 09323OOOOC COM SE COR OF GOVT LOT 1 C IT B OF GENEVA MODS POBOX JOnGAINESVILLE combining (the two schools)," Supt.

03079- -C1013 WHITTON G MARSHALL I RUN N ON E LINE OF CCVT LOT 1 9.00 AC FL 32601 Duncan said. He knows the board
RHEA PAUL E DELORIS L 17.4' 10 N SIDE OF CANAL S 01 9S 22
URAMER A. P 0 BOX 261 I IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX HOLI 1)09847-000-1 ..6..... COM NE COR LOT 7 BLK 1 SANTAFE must make decisions on how to fund

HAMPTON FLA LARGO FL 33940 16003-A-0130C SHORES. S 12E 1<;.0"*.. each school center, and he will have
32044 01 8S 22 009493-000-4 ,"9Z. .. PAGAN JACK M < ANN V 300' TO FOB COST M 82'. S some recommendation along that

30 TS 22 LOTS 69,71 S 73 ON OAK OF D36B7- -00000 PO BOX tillKEYSTONE (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI line Duncan said.
:lu LOTS 13.14.13, C 16 OF BLK 10 CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES OR RICHARDSON ALLEN L C JERRIE L HGTS FL 32656 ,
for votechnot
is the
There no reason
101-12 OR 29 8S 22
IN HAMPTON OR 126-331 PO BOX 981 0103TC-000-9 $283.43
101-2 MELROSE FL 32666 LOT 13 OF GENEVA MOODS EX M 0219-8-013CC to be a school center, Duncan

008631-000-9 $9.17 008968-000-8 $56.9O 22 BS 22 3-ACS THRIFT JAMES B said pointing out it is only seven

03079- -01300 09349COOOC BLK 3 OF GOVT LOT 2 IN RT 2 BOX 2779 minutes away from the high school if
RHEA PAUL E MATHIS HELEN JANICE LAKESIDE SID C El/.. OF BLK 4 009848-000-7 8239.88 MELROSE FL 32666 a student walks.

HAMPTON FL 32044 14129 E TRUNBALL ST OF GOVT LOT 2 EX MLY 73'S OF 06003-A-0140C 01 9S 22 Board member Rodney Hall saidit
30 7S 22 wHITTIER CA 90604 fOR FURTHER ,LEGAL SEE TAX KOL.FAGAN( JACK M C ANN VPO LOTS 13. 14. 19CF BLK 2 SANTAFE
if the discussion
sounded
was
Ml/2 OF ALLEYWAY IN BLK 13 CF 01 8S 22 BOX tillKEYSTONE SHORES as
HAMPTON C SLY 10' AOJ TO LOTS LOT 43 ON CYPRESS OF CRYSTAL 009494-000-2 $2" ..' HGTS FL 32656 evolving into a decision to combinethe

5-8 OF BLK 13 OF TOWN OF LAKE nnnc .iTf .- 09487C010C 29 IS 22 010392-000-1 $108.27 high school and vo-tech center.

(IFOR FURTHER LEGAL-SEE TAX RCL"' HAHN PETER M LOT 14 OF GENEVA MOODS M 06219-C-C3100 Board member Judy Becker said
009039-000-6 $28.09 RT 3 BOX 190 3-ACS OF LOT 13 SMITH HOWARD t REBECCA funding
the center might receive more -
05395- C1100
008634-000-7 185.83 LIVE OAK FL 32060 2164 MANEY DRJACKSONVILLE
03079- -01303 DARRAH EDWARD L 22 8S 22 009904-000-7 8202.90 FL 3221 under the junior college

DAVIS GEORGE E t. GREGORY S PO BOX 100 CON AT NE COR BLK 3 OF LOT 2 06018- -00102 01 9S 22 system. There is a move afoot in the

PO BOX 93 HAMPTON FL 32044 U 125' TO FOB CONT M 129 Sl1Z1.6" HALL ARTHUR LEE LOTS 31,32 C 33 OF BLK 3 OF Florida Legislature to have all voca-.

HAMPTON FL 32044 09 BS 22 10 MTR EDGE ELY ON RT 1 BOX 2519 SANTA FE SHORES OR128-34. tional courses put under the com-
COM AT NM COR OF NM 1/4 01'SW11. FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROI L.MELROSE FL 32666
7S 22 also
30 .. S 494.671 E 420'. S 123 IS 22 munity colleges, which are
HAMPTON OR
LOTS 5-. BLK 13 449 10 FOB CONI S 189 E 009922-000-9 $370,34, Y-ON AT NE COP OF SMI/4 OF 010438-000-1 $1,309.22 more favorably funded by the state,

128-27 WRIGHTS ADO I FOR,FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROll 09708- -OOOOC Wl/" S 132. M 277.98' TO 06230A3030CKING Smith said .

SUit 009041-000-3 .36...' TA1BI JOSEPH ET ALPO 'OB CONT N 1S5. S 112'* E FRANKLIN t BEVERLY Supt..Duncan opposed turning the
008671-OCO-9 $62.63 LEGAL" SEE TAX KOL] i 2972
FURTHER BOX
9 (IFOR RT 2
0939600000 BOX 32666 vo-tech center over to the junior college -
03129- -C040C MELROSE FL
LESTER G L SR I .J FARRIS GRAHAM FL 32C42 saying that would create the
SHARP TEDDY H 12 9S 22 ,
STAA RT 1 BOX 331' u PO BOX 213 Ml/2 22 8S OF 22 SEI/4 OF NEI/4 EX RIll 0034A01TOC 009963-000-1 $82.99 I LOT 3 OF BLK 3 OF MINGLE same kind of barrier the school

HAMPTON FL"32044. WALDO 03 8S FL 22 3294 DANES SHIRLEY A RIDGE U.I OF UN-REC PLAT system is trying to avoid, meaning a

30 7S 22 Nl/2 OF El/2 OF SEI/4! OF 18.20 AC < 1601 N MAIN ST 01183-326 DC OR LEGAL 109-19 SEE TAX RCLI stigma that only drop-outs attend
FURTHER
COM AT SE COR OF SMI/4 OF
FOR
SMI/4 OR 125-637 OR 107-24 GAINESVILLE PL 3201 RIDGE UMT 4 the vo-tech center. That stigma has
NEI/4 N 330"11 929 TO FOB SEMINOLE
8407.V 4 SUB
009323-000-7 34 8S 22
CONT M 100' N 200' E IOC S 10.00 AC .- AT NE been lessened this school year with
0971000100 CON COR
pF SEC 36 RUN S
I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROll. 010559-000-1 $9.90 the attendance of the other high
T o. 00909-000-1 .Z6." FERRYMAN THOMAS E I 44.33 M 200' N .**k 20 TO 0623O-F-C030C
03402-/-C020C1'I PATRICIA F08 CONT N 68M 100' N 1,*E school students at the vo-tech
:1COGRAFIKS INC
008677-000-3 "'9.29
KT 2 BOX 270 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL center.A .
I ORTON JAMES R t JULIE D a: 1202 N MAIN ST
0512901000
OARRAH LEONARD E P 0 BOX 316 KEYSTONE 'HGTS FL 32494 GAINESVILLE FL 32601 lengty discussion ensured, bas-

RT 1 BOX 1111 HAMPTON FL 32044 UISU 00999-000-7 1039.49 12 9S 22 ed on the fact that only 25 percent of
< NEI/4 0034-A-02400
OF NEI/4 OF
E 39"
STARKE FL 32C91 08 BS 22 KNIGHT GLENN THAT PORT OF LOTS 5(4 UNIT Bradford students go to college.The
OF.Ml/4 12.00 AC009930OCO2 ( LINDA
I. S2I30' 51/2 OFEl2. 4 SEMINOLE RIDGE LOCATED
307522 IN other 75 percent ought it make gooduse
RT 2 BOX 242C
COM AT SC COR OF SW1/4 OP OF NM1/4 6.6T. AC OR 125-132'. J.0090'3COoO .r U,."2: MELROSE PL 3244 BRADFORD CO BEING 40' SIN ON of the opportunity to learn a
I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE .
TAX KCLL
90.89 TO
NE1/4.N 330.N43li
09713- -COlfllMELISH 36 IS 22 '' trade ,at the vo-tech. center," the
FOB N44D 237.M 10'.3'.HI MICHAEL A LOTS 24 ft 15 Of GENEVA 010403-000-4 .
$10T.89 SHORIS $ ..04GRIGGS educators said.Professional.
SEE TAX ROLL
FURTHER LEGAL
'09409- -OOOOC FO BOX 838 UNRECO FLAT0099T4OOO4 '06230-G-01300

KELLEY ROLANO R ( CVLYN M C MELROSE FL 32444 MN E ( KATHLEEN C:
008703-OOO-0 8369.41 LARRY KELLEY 23 8S 22 824.78 ,!1103 N MAIN ST Plannning...

05145- -OOOOC 3616 NM 49TH COM AT SM COR SEC. E 477.41 04033- -00100MATHEWS NO. la0GAINESVILLE Board Member Hall said it soundsas

PREVATI k A f H.J FT LAUDERDALE FL 33319. TO CO CM ,KO. NLV ON CO 6K RO SANDRA. J FL 3201.OT If the school board needs to come
STAR RI 1 BOX 749 118522 -* TO CANAL. SMLV ON CANAL-10 M P 0 BOX 274.IMELROSI 12 9S U

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Tornadoes working hard at football practice. for Jamboree



The annual Scarlet and Gray spr- at rover back on defense. .
ing football game,in which Bradford Tommy Parker, a starting guard
High footballers at spring practiceare last year, is returning and has been
divided into two teams, is set moved to offensive tackle, and will
tomorrow night (Friday, May 17) at also play some defensive tackle.
8 p.m. on the BHS football field. Keith Gillingham, offensive
Forty-one players are left after guard; Danny Manning, offensive
two weeks of spring drills which center; Chris Doughtery, offensive
began May 1. It has boiled down to guard and defensive tackle, and
those 14 varsity gridders returningand Greg Jackson, offensive tackle, are
the new players up from the back.

# junior varsity squad, says Head
Coach David Hurse. Defense...
; The 14 letterman returning are: Lonnie Hamilton a standout
player out much of last season with a
Backs: badly injured knee, is returning at

+ 1 Frank Long is returning at defensive inside linebacker.
I _Ig quarterback. The 1985 senior will Billy Jackson returns at outside

play QB and tailback again this defensive linebacker.
year. Aaron Mathews returns at defen-

In addition, running back Clinton sive rover back and is being used at
Jenkins and and fullback Jess McS- fullback offensively.Ron .
wain are returning. Brown, defensive end and
Wideout Andy Jones is back as a linebacker last year, is back.
wideout and is also working at runn-
ing back. Jones has great speed and Next week The Telegraph will
Coach Hurse wants to take advan- discuss the new players that are out.

tage of that.Wideout .
Todd McLeod is also The Jr.-Sr. game is set next Fri-

if returning. day, May 24, at 8 p.m.
rh1i The Spring Jamboree is at May 30

} Offensive Line... at 8 p.m. at Interlachen High.
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Starke Recreation Depart- Bulldogs by a score of 11 to 7 on May May 8 game r 9 -- runs but couldn't keep pace with the Davis with three rims for the even-
ment sponsored a Dixie Youth Ma- 9. May games Rebels. Every player on the Fillies ing. Single runs accounted for all six
jors Invitational tournament May 10 Robert Buckwalter and Wendell team had at least one hit. Toshia of New River's scores.
and 11 which was won by Starke's Hudson had two hits each in the !Mets 13, Giants. 10 Cubbettes 18 Bits@Pieces 1 Linsey had three hits in the game.
Braves over teams from game and other hitters included The Mets topped the Giants 13 to 10 Sr. Boys 15, First Methodist '
Gainesville. Charles Mullins, John Stanwix-Hay. with some strategically placed base Cubbettes scored 18 runs on 14 hits This concludes the games turned in 2 ,

The Braves defeated the Starke Carl Douglas, Wayne Patrick, hits after walking players on base in to defeat Bits'Pieces in a May, 9 so far in May. The youngsters taught their eldersa
Mets in the finals on Saturday after Ronald Zurlluh, James Long. the May 8 game. game. lesson when the Senior Boys
noon to become champions. The Bulldogs managed 7 runs on Devin Jackson had 4 for 4 in- Sylvia Williams had 3 for 4 as did scored 15 runs to First Methodist's 2.
Starke teams sent Gainesville'stwo only 4 hits against the Bandits. cluding a homerun to pace the Mets Antionette Bright to lead the Cubbettes Church Top man for the Senior Boys in the
entries into the consolation Charles Howard had two hits and T. hitting force. Other players who had hitting. Judith Bright and League# run department was Mike Chapmanwith
bracket where Gainesville's No. 1 Moon and Johnny Prescott turned in one hit each were Johnny Powers, Michelle Bright each had 2 for 4. three runs while Wade Winkler
team defeated Gainesville's No. 2 the other two hits. Charles Williams had a homerun, Other hitters included Janet Northside Baptis leads the Church and Brian Thomas were able to
team to win the consolation bracket. Raymond Trimble and Kevin Boone. Williams, DeSue had, Brown, and King.Bits'Pieces Softball League at 8-1 after a five scrape up one apiece for the only
The Braves beat the Giants 6 to 5 The Giants had six hits and scored four hits in scor- weeks of play.Smyrna scores for First United Methodist.
Saturday morning to move into the The 9-1 Braves are in first place in 10 runs with most coming in the 2nd ing one run. Hitters included Baptist is second at 7-1,
finals. mid-season in in Dixie Major s when five straight walks put runnersin Harper, Gaines, Teston and Shan- their only loss is to Northside Baptistin May 13 Action...
The Mets beat the Dodgers 8 to 1 to Baseball, sponsored by the Starke scoring position. Robert Bishop May 7 the Starke Recreation Depart-
move into the finals with the Braves. Recreation Department.The had two hits to top the Giants efforts. gameAll ment sponsored play.
Gainesville's No. 1 team lost to Dodgers and Giants are tied Other batters with one hit each were The Starke Stars (Sr. Boys) are Northside 7, 1st Methodist 5

Starke's Giants 6 to 3 in the first for second at 64. The Mets art 54. Donald Francis, Wyatt Collins, Stars 12, Rebels 7 third at 62. F. Methodist is fourth at Coming back to try again, First
round of competition Friday night. The Astros are 4-7 after a bad week. Eldric Sconiers and Chad Welch. 54. New River is 3-6 and in fifth Methodist came close to Northside
Gainesville s No. 2 team lost to The Brooker Bulldogs won and are The All Stars team had 10 hitters place. Airpark is 2-6 and sixth. Baptist, but fell three short of a win.A .
Starke's Dodgers 7 to 4 Friday night. 2-7. The Expos are 16. turning in 18 hits for 12 runs to beat Madison Street Baptist won two big second inning saw Northsideput
The finals between the Braves and Women's LeagueThe # the Rebels on May 7. games this week and is 27. The Jr. five on the board to take the lead.
Mets turned into a defensive battle. May 13 games Venda Kay Hall hit 3 for 4 with a Boys are 17. Steady playing by First Methodist
The Braves had six hits in scoring triple and two homeruns. Players Since there is no men's Softball almost made the but not
up gap,
Cubbettes 7.0 record leads theWomen's
hits each included
with two
twice. The Mets had only one hit. league this spring, the Senior Boys, quite.
Mets' batters struck out 12 times Braves 15, Astros 0 Softball League after four Williams, Berry, Cummings, calling themselves the Starke Stars, Big hitter for Northside Kevin
weeks of play in the six team Starke was
Jackson and Sams. Other hitters
during the game. The Braves blasted 18 hits and and the Junior Boys play in the Cogdill with two and Barry Thomaswas
Braves hitter David Elder had 2 scored 15 runs in three innings to Recreation. Department sponsoredplay. were Williams, Lee and Carter. Church League. the big stick for First Methodist

for 3 hitting two doubles. Other hit- beat the Astros on May 13. second (Editor's Note: 2-4, means 2 hits in with two also.Madison .
The Rebels are at 43. The 6
ters included Timothy Taylor, Roy Nine hitters for the Braves included May games 4 times at bat.)
All-Stars former PG's) third
( are at
Goodowns, Jason Olive and Glenn David Elder with 3 for 3 and Ran- 4-2. Bits & Pieces are fourth at 25. St. 15, New River 11
Burch. dall Milton who also had 3 for 3. Hit- May 7 games. In old-fashioned
The Fillies are fifth at 24. The PG's 17, Bits@Pieces 2 an slugfest,
ting 2 for 3 were Timothy Taylor Starettes at 1.5 their Madison Street came home the win-
trailing won
The PG's blasted 21 hits to score 17
Starke's Mavericks won the Dixie Lonnie Olive Glenn Burch
Emory
first 13 beating Bit & ner over New River Baptist 1511.
game May and Bits'Pieces on May Northside 19 2
Boys Invitational Tournament spon- Prevatt and Homer Martin. Andrew Pieces. runs surpass Airpark Although New River took an early
sored by the Starke Recreation Goodowns and Jason Olive also had 6.M. It was a day to stay home when lead 7-5, they couldn't hold it against
Department May 10 and 11. hits in the winning effort. May 13 games Comming had 4 hits in 4 atbatsto Airpark Baptist went up against steady pressure from Madison
The Mavericks beat Starke's Ban The Astros couldn't get started in lead the PG's hitting. R Petford Northside Baptist with the final Street. By the end of the second inn-
dits 7 to 3 in the finals Saturday the game with hits by Mark Shufordand had three hits and A. Lee had a score being Northside 19, Airpark 2. ing, Madison Street went ahead and
afternoon.On Gene single and home run. Others with Scoring big for Northside
Redding. Starettes 5, Bits@Pieces 3 were never trailed again.
two hits were J. Jackson, P. Sam, P.
Saturday morning the Steve Cubbedge with five and Daryl
hitters for Madison
Mavericks defeated Starke'sRangers Starettes hit 11 times to gather 5 DeSue and T. Williams. Turning in Big Street
Giants 32, Bulldogs 2 Hilliard with three. The only two were Andrew Strickland and Jeff
and beat Bits'Pieces who had 3
runs
one hit for the games were J. Barry
20 to 10. The Giants hot in the runs were scored by Airpark came Johnson with three each.
were Wayne
game
runs on 7 hits in the May 13
game. V. Hall, D.Davidson, and M.
In the
first
game on Friday night- from Nugent and Richard Slade.
the Mavericks defeated against Brooker's Bulldogs on May Unissa King hit 3 for 3 with two Williams. Cain, Joseph McCl-llan, and Randall
Keystone'sOrioles 13 scoring 32 runs on 16 hits. Griffis each crossed the plate
singles and a homerun. Terricena had four hits in
Bits'Pieces scor-
by a score of 16 to 2. Smyrna Baptist 11 Junior
In four innings each of the Giants twice for New River. i !
The Bandits reached the finals Kitties hit 2 for 3 to add to the Staret- ing two runs. Hitters included Lisa ii
least twice. Jeffrey Stars 10
after Gainesville's No. 1 players scored at tes total of 11 hits. Hits were also Alvarez, Debbie Broughton, Peggy i
defeating Carver had 4 for 5 including two turned in by Tawana Kinsler, Wanda Nettles and Linda Shannon. In a tight game, the men of Smyrna Jimmy Alvarez had a single in the I
team Saturday morning by 4 to 3.
homeruns. Donald Francis also hit 4 Jenkins, Shaun Butler, Juli Jackson Baptist were able to hold a tough 2nd inning for Northside and scored
for 5. Hitting 2 for 4 were Wyatt Col- Stacy Marshall and Pam Thornton. Cubbettes 19, Starettes 9 bunch of youngsters by one run. on a double by Buddy Revels. Kenny
At 6-2, the Bandits lead the Dixie lins, John Strickland and James Vicki Gaines had two hits for Jimmy Davis, Buddy Dicandio, Chitty was the only Northside batterto I
Boys (ages 13-14) Baseball League Bowen. Other hitters were Jason Bits'Pieces in the losing effort. Three strong scoring innings put Steven Neckle, and Raymond get two hits Monday night
far in front of the
the Cubbettes
sponsored by the Starke Recreation Lee and Eldrick Sconiers.
Other hitters included Nancy Trainor crossed the plate twice for
Department.The The Brooker team couldn't Teston, Lisa Alvarez, Debbie Starettes in a May 6 game which Smyrna. Eric Nazworth and Robert F.Meth.19. Airpark 5
Mavricks, 5-2, are second until manage to get started turning in on- Broughton, Linda Shannon and ended 19 to 9.Cubbettes Wilkerson came home twice for the First Methodist's team blasted 10
times in
this week's play. The Bulls are ly two hits to score two runs. Hitters Marie Reddish. hit 13 scoring 19 Junior Stars. base hits in a row in the first inning
third at 3-3. The Rangers, 2-6, are were Larry Parrish and Russell runs with Patricia B. Brown hitting 3 against Airpark April 30, scoring 10

fourth. The Bulldogs are 14. Thornton. Cubbettes 26, Rebels 6 Janet of 4 times Williams at bat., Sylvia Hitting Williams twice were and May 9 games... runs on 13 hits in that opening inning

Cubbettes blasted 30 hits and for a 19-5 over Airpark.
May 9 Catherine Johnson. Other hitters In-
games scored 26 times to run past Lawtey'sRebels DeSue L. Mack andB. Scattering nine more runs over the
cluded Bright,
May 13. Madison St. 14, Jr. Boys 9... next innings the Methodists finished
Mack.
May 9 game In a fairly close game, the Junior with 19 runs.Airpark .
Heavy hitters for the Cubbettes in- Starettes had 9 hits in scoring 9
Rangers 14 Bulls 6
Boys held their own against Madison scored 5 runs but could
cluded two 5 for 5 records by Janet with two hits each for Tawana
The Rangers had 9 hits and walked Williams and Linda Mack. Williamshad runs Kinsler and Victoria Butler. Other Street Baptist, but couldn't quite never catch up with the 1st inning's
numerous times to get 14 runs and Dodgers 4, Astros 3 four singles and a triple. Mack hitters were T. Pittman, W. Jenkins pull it off. losing 149. runaway pace. Stan Hamilton ledAirpark's it
defeat the Bulls who had 6 runs in The Dodgers edged out the Astros turned in two singles, two triples anda S. Marshall S. Butler and T. Kittles.. Andy Jordan was top scorer for batters hitting 3 for 4 with :{
the May 9 game. by scoring two in the last two inningsto homerun. Madison St, crossing the plate three two singles and a home run. ,
Joseph Powers had 4 for 5 in the win 4 to 3 in the May 9 game. Brenda Mack hit 4 times in 5 times that night. On top for the First Methodist batters were led
game. Other hitters included Chad Dodgers scattered 7 hits amongsix chances including a single, double Rebels 24, Fillies 17 Junior Boys was James Carver with by Kristin Alday with 4 for 4 and
Reddish, Hersey and Quinton, Wim- hitters in scoring the 4 runs. Brad triple and a homerun. Clara DeSue Lawtey's Rebels out distanced the three runs.Smyrna. three others that had three hits In-
py and Chris Tucker. Lance Wiggins Hamilton had 2 for 3 including a and Erma Hamm hit 3 for 5. Fillies scoring 8 runs in the last inn- cluding Patrick Mundorff, Scott
walked all five times he came up and 1 homerun in the 6th to score two runs. Michelle Bright and Brenda Butler ing to win by a score of 24 to 17 on 12, New River 6 Detlefsen and Justin Williams.

scored four runs. Other players who got one hit each had 2 for 5 and hits were also turnedin May 6. Smyrna Baptist came out hitting
Lawtey's Bulls got four hits in were John Dempsey, Larry Green, by Judith Bright and Antonette The'Rebels turned in 26 hits In- and jumped to a three run lead in the Stars 19, Jr.Stars 4
scoring six runs. Terrence Berry Glenn Ritch,Ashley Alday, and Ken- Bright.The cluding 5 for 6 by Marilyn Lee and 4 bottom of the first inning with the The Junior Stars scored a run in
had two singles, J. Berry hit a neth Carlton. Rebels had 12 hits to score six for 5 by Karen Adams. Three hits final score being 126. the top of the 1st and three in the 2nd
homerun and M. Johnson had a The Astros had five hits among runs. Kelly Richards hit 3 for 3 witha each were made by Cheryl Horn, Never falling behind, they only let inning, but that ended their scoring
single. four hitters to score 3 runs. Scoalie single, double and triple. Valerie Jean Saunders and Gloria Sapp. up some in the sixth inning when and when the Stars got five in the
Austin hit two for three including a Seay hit two singles in three at-bats. Twice hitting were Valerie Seay and New River tried to come back with 2nd that was just the beginning for a
Bandits 11, Bulldogs 7 double and homerun. Other hitters Other hitters included Horn, Lee, Kathy Brown. Other hitters, were five runs. However, they held them 19-4 April 29 game.
The Bandits turned in 10 hits from included Mark Shuford Charlie Saunders, Brown, Sapp, Crews and Gamble, Crews and Woods. and took the win. The Jr. Stars scored only eight
right. hitter to defeat Brooker's Brown, and Shannon Brown. Gamble. The Fillies had 22 hits to score 17 Big stick for Smyrna was Jimmy runs in the losing effort. .






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Shriners and their guests put on one of their best shows ever in annual parade


1 By Mark Friedlin, BCT Staff Writer
Starke Shriners and their guests out-of-town Shriner units dressed out
in just about every color and costume imaginable, put on a razzle-dazzle
parade in Starke last Saturday.The .
crowds along Call and Walnut Streets in Starke were packed in
r w more than two and three people deep on the sidewalks to watch the enter
taining Shriners and the clowns, the ever-present wacky cars, motor-
cycles, go-carts, mini-bikes and thret-wheelers deployed by the various
units.
Shriner spokesman E.W. Hodges said the Shriners sold over 900
w ? --4 chicken dinners at a special new dining area after the parade located at
I Terwillegar's Ford Dealership pavillion on Call Street.
V / 4i Chicken dinner sales were upslightly from last year, a fact that pleased
local Shriner members.It .
was a beautiful day and the Shriners put on one of their best shows
i I ever as they cavorted down the streets under a summer-like mid-day sun
that sent temperatures into the high 80's.
awr collected by the Starke Shriners, who are now sponsoring 11
r cripple or burned children from this area, is sent directly to Shrine
Headquarters in Jacksonville, where it is distributed to the 21 special
Shrine hospitals across the United States.
Due to the outstanding support usually generated in the Starke area for
at / '9 i the event, the local parade is usually designated as a "mandatory
t 7 Y ,J parade" which means that all nearby units are required to turn out in

: force."We try to make it as fun as possible for everyone while keeping in
: 'T : mind the more serious causes we are trying to support," said one local
W k. Shriner. "The kids we are supporting make it worth every bit of time and
l trouble we go through for these parades.
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I ,Lt. Col. Kent Petelle to assist in possible Blanding mobilization I


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t ro ,,. : 1R4 1 r t CAMP BLANDING: Many Tampa aid of active component members to take another tour at the Departmentof Those words were echoed by
residents remembered him as an in- accomplish the mobilization station the Army in the Pentagon also as Camp Blanding's Post Commander,
+yr 4f sulation contractor there however mission. a mobilization plans officer there. Col. James Rinaman, when he too,
v more Florida National Guardsmenknew "I'm the guy which pulls the expertise "The reason I was called (to the commended Locke on his efforts at
him as a Special Forces officer together In case of mobilization. Pentagon) was because as an in bringing this installation site to an
with the 3rd Battalion, 20th Special ,"he said recently in his sparsely stallation planner at Ft. Bragg, I almost"stand-alone" mode.
) Forces Group at this training site decorated office."I got here few helped to solve some problems", he "It took almost two to three yearsto
a, t' fiI when he was the executive officer of days ago and haven't had time to fix said. get to this point and the transitionof
the outfit.A the walls", he said. "While here, wrote the revision to Locke/Petelle was critical and
r ; few years ago, he changed all Lt. Co!. James Locke, now with the CAPSTONE program, (The in- important to this stand-alone goal,
I : f that. "Got tired of being a civilian FLARNG's Troop'Command tergration of reserves/active forcesin but one he knew would be met by the
and wanted to go on active duty",he located in nearby Jacksonville, was case of a national emergency)AR qualifies and qualifications which
said. That active duty took him to his predecessor as mobilization 11-39.! A very important documentfor Petelle brought to the job from Ft.
Ft. Bragg N.C., and a little later to plans officer. all U.S. reserve forces membersand Bragg and the Pentagon.
htll the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. "I've seen a good solid foundation active component members. "We're pleased and fortunate to
It obviously prepared him for his being built in the event of mobilization Petelle explained that through the have him, said Rinaman.
present assignment as Camp Blan here, this is not true in some efforts of Locke,his predecessor,the Petelle is married to former
ding Training Site Mobilization training installations..training and Installation Support Unit (what Starke native Glenda Underhill
Plans Officer. He was recently mobilization ,plans go hand-in-hand Camp Blanding Training Site is now They now reside in Deer Springs
selected for the position. at this training site'r he said. known) has been trained well to Road in the nearby community of
r Lt. Col. Kent R. Petelle is back on "It's a real privilege at having train people on their mission Keystone Heights
this training post again. With a dif him", said Lt. Col. Karl J. Swindull,
.',. ferent mission. He's no longer Jumping deputy post commander and the full-
out of airplanes and "eating time technician facilities manager. -
; snakes and frogs" as those non-field "His versatility with an infantry
)e s soldiers fondly call Special Forces background, command channelsand Want to Save A Buck
.. F men, but to"continue to develop and in particular note, his dealings
I ... d Y re-define the mobilization process at with higher commands in Ft. Bragg On Truck.
Pickup
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};< train all members of the staff is extremely valuable and welcomed -

,. ...... e. their responsible duties."for mobilization and ," USEDCARS i Come On Down to the Chevy Farm

3" ,,,, Camp Blanding has been tasked to i Petelle initially went on active du-
I become a "stand alone" mobilization ty and became a mobilization plan

station,. by October 1. 1985. InWHITE ner in the installation staff at Ft. 1983 i 1983 Chevette
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Ir White Springs folk festival set I V-8 P/S.White Local- Radio One Owner

Low Mileage '
SPRINGS: From'Miamito Interpretation will be vailaoie tor 3888
t" Jacksonville to Pensacola,'and the hearing impaired upon request
many spots in between performers, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Free $6388
craftspeople and food vendors will shuttle buses will transport festival i
r come to the Stephen Foster State visitors on a continuous basis from 1983 Ford
'"' Folk Culture Center in White Springs parking areas to the amphitheaterand

.t on Memorial Day weekend the foods I avilion. Futura
:.! '' .. (May 24-26)) to take part in the 33rd There is for 1982 Datsun
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.... camping within the park, but there King -
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: oriented event is expected to attract commercial campgrounds within Red. Like New
thousands of visitors this year as it driving distance well
easy as as One Owner VALUE
has every year for over 30 years. many fine motels. Admission to the $3888 RATE D
People come to see and hear some of Festival and the Stephen Foster
the finest folk talent Florida has to State Folk Culture Center will be $6 5488
offer," says Secretary of State per day for adults and $1 for USED CARS
George Firestone. children.A weekend adult pass is offered
S I Thelma Boltin, known to for$14.
thousands of loyal festival fans as
"Cousin Thelma", will share the The Stephen Foster State Folk jif/S* HIGHWAY ((30
emceeing duties at the amphitheaterthis Culture Center is located on U.S. 41,
Lt. Col. Kent Petelle, left, and Staff Sgt. Richard year with Gamble Rogers of St. in White Springs, 12 miles north of
Augustine. They will introduce some Lake City east of 1-75. via SR 136. No 1901 TEMPLE AVE.N
of Florida's most outstanding animals drugs or alcohol, are per-
Sapp at their office at Camp Bland singers, musicians, storytellers and mitted in the park during the
dancers. festival. I
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Robbery Suspect When the clerk hesitated, the 11 struck a concrete culvert and
suspect opened the register and overturned, coming to rest upside
Arrested in Duval removed an.undetermined amountof -down,, according to Patrolman r
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Through i* the combinedeffort& ca&h. *, 1 :r.W:: .David. Crum.,1"' : ir E1i ,. .
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three law enforcement agencies a The suspect fled on foot and 45 The driver of the vehicle, Harass .I.
robbery suspect,David Joseph Skaffof minutes later at 12:20: a.m. enteredthe Marty Waldron of Raiford was later;
2841 Moody Rd.Orange Park, was Amoco Service Station on Polk located at Bradford Hospital,wherehe CELEBRATING OUR 36th ANNIVERSAR
arrested, charged with armed robbery Ave. in Orange Park. was treated and released. LORIDA
and placed in the Duval County He again demanded the money in Damage to the pickup in the 430; f ALL THROUGH THE MONTH OF MAY.
Jail and held under no bond. the register and when the attendant a.m. accident was $8,000. PEST

According to Clay County Sheriff's hesitated, the suspect punched him Prices Reduced Throughout the Store
'CONTROL
Investigator Lt. Derry Dedmon, in the face. The suspect apparently Mann ArrestedFor

Skaff at 11:15 p.m., May 9, enteredthe got nervous and left without getting BurglaryKenneth j CXEMICjl CO Here Are Just A Few.
Jiffy store at 634 Blanding Blvd.. any money. i ..
indicated he had a gun under his At 1:15 a,m. the suspect hit the Dale Mann of Starke was
shirt and ordered the clerk to hand Pantry Pride Food Store on 1003 arrested May 10 for burglary when X 539 E. Call St. Starke FL. Open 8.6 Call 964-5745 .
over all the money in the register Blanding Blvd. in Duval County. he was found in a dwelling he
Shortly after 3 a.m., Skaff was apprehended entered after being told to stay .
and placed in custody. away, according to Patrolman BLACK KOW BRANDS
FLA.TWIN THEATRE Later in the day a search warrantwas Gerald Barrette.
issued on Skaff's residence Bond was set at $1,000. Mann was ai COW MANURE ftI'J
Starke 964.5451
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where items were recovered released on his own recognizance.
relating to the robberies. Weed & Odor Free-Won't Burnl!
Open Every Night Recent ArrestsIn
Investigation is continuing and 5G m. nag f*
Starts Fridalyj4y17.23 may result in more charges against Bradford CountyThe 7 5
Skaff. ;"tS Reg. 3" SALE fLSetflfe
PEC'"l' WEEK III
Officers conducting the investigation following arrests were madein 1 -
JPoucm: a Bradford the
County during past
were Investigators Henry Hinesof *
week. 5IeYJs
the Clay County Sheriff's Depart- Peach & Plum
FIRST nssiolen
THEIR ment, Tommy Clark with the Michael David Starling of Lawtey
Orange Park Police was arrested May 12 for driving o fray of 32 Plugs
IpG-ol .0____....._.....:_. _=o Detective Lovell Goff Departmentand with the while license suspended (DWLS), Trees $60 Each Planted 15"On Center
Duval Sheriff's Department. according to Trooper W.M.Abrams i Covers 50 Sn '
Fri. 7:10, 9:15: Bond was set at $59.25, he was r Y
Sat. & Sun. 5:10, 7:15 9:15 Pickup Overturns released on his own recognizance.James 3 99

Mon. TUB. Wed. Thur. 7:45 Minor InjuriesA Dixon of Lake Butler was ,fear Tree 688 Ea. t Reg, 4 .Only l
arrested May 12 for DWLS, accor- Pre-rooied, semi dworl. Si. Augustine
SCREEN 2 1979 grey Ford pickup travelingon ding to Trooper Dean Pescia. He m t \ Gross Plugs.Covers Quickly Grows Out,
Frt. thru Tues. early the morning of May was released on a $210 surety bond. Not Up...Requires Lot Mow' -

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These Starke residents give up their own time to help deliver the llamblin Staff Member Sylvia PaUl arson and Staff;Member Louise lludKthel 01''t,.. Injuries accepted.
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By Mark Friedlin Some are not so lucky. They are packages of surplus food. Whatever Council on Aging for the food RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C.
BCT Staff Writer too old, are unable to drive or haveno comes in on the delivery trucks that deliveries. "Most of us never had
Surplus food distribution programs transportation. month, it is more than welcome at any idea that there were so many in 473.7213
: which began three years ago That's where the SREC volunteers these stops on the volunteer need in this area. A program like
and are sponsored in this area by the step in.Informed. worker's rounds. this is a good indication, of the difficulties -
Swuannee River Economic by the Bradford Councilon "You would be amazed at the some people are having." Lawrence Blvd, Keystone Heights
CounciHSREC< ), have made a Aging on where the elderly with number of people these shipmentsare Critics of the program say the Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00: :
dramatic impact on the lives of the transportation difficulties are helping," said Rahn, who said government should have never Weekends
elderly who have been caught in the located,the volunteers make special the RJE School office has more than See Page 6 Evenings 473-7894
age-inflation cycle.A deliveries to the hows with fiO clients recommended hv the

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large group of people since their in- Call For Appt. / I
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The politics of the situation seem ARE FUN
far away here in Starke each monthas Featuring: Calvin Kirkland
the deliveries of the surplus food In Fla. & Ga.
are made to the old RJE School Lorraine Alvarez
Wild Waters
building in Starke.
"We never know what's going to off.. )'/l'' rt'i Come see this
next. It's but
come a guessing game r'
we don't mind, the food does so S1O Off L4 I 's ( 15' Canoe
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receive cheese, butter, milk, honey, $285
rice, flour or milk in the shipments.We .
never know what's going tocome 1 t .. 16' Canoe
but we know that whatever it is it
will be needed." Lorraine Alvarez
The food is shipped to one of the $31O
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I Health and Fitness center Fun Run in Starke a big success : /.


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Ernie McGee of Gainesville crossed the finish in lot 9 Natali. DeVoe. S 20 30.41 7 2 George Sh u.r. St.A 31 17.30 Age Group 45 to 49 Years

16.02 to win the 5K race in the third annual National 110 10 J.nnlfg.r Hoal, S 29 32.39 9 3 K.B. Higgins, 0 37 17.2 11 1 Malt Golvs, 0 45 19.01
Hospital Week Bradford Fitness Run last Saturday, 112 11 Teresa Patterson. L 26 "' .27 IS 4 lugene DeBoie, G 35 11.47 22 2 Gordon Slater, OP 45 19.40
129 12 Dlann Boon., LO 28 47.23 19 0 John Jan 3. ".07
Hasouri 45
:3 Ken Bendy CCS 20.20
11 held in front of the BH Center for Health and 26 .. .. ..
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130 13 Melanle KH 26 47.24 24 6 Frank Bonaccorto G 36 19.40 .ri_ Arai
Fitness on Call Street in Starke. 39 7 Terry Tougaw, G 31 21.43 43 4 Clifford Martin. L 47 21.59
Lisa Carter of Starke was the fastest local finisher in Ag. Croups 30 to 34 Years 41 I Jim Mtln.M 31 21.50 69 5 Kenneth Molt S 47 14.59

the Women's Division, doing the SK race in 21.04. 17 I Cynthia Nyenhuli, G 33 1S.S7 44 9 Clint Smith, GCS 35 22.00 71 6 Doug Ngo, 0 48 25.00
Starke's Lisa Tierney won the 14 and under age groupin 27 2 Fr.lda Chewing. G 30 20.2S 46 10 Denton DeVoe 35 22.21 7A 7 William Hall OP 46 25.18
21.47. Terry Jordan of Starke won the 35-39 agre 56 3 Abby Wagner, G 30 23.17 54 11 John Steele! CCS 35 23.10 77 8 Chorle Plumle. OP 48 25.M
in Raiford the 40-44 57 12 Leonard Smith L 36 23.30 7' 9 Ron Hendley. Mbrg 47 25.81
group 26.59. Janet Gunning of won 61 4 Monlei Wynn. P 32 23.54
age group in 22.13. 76 5 Susan Caion S 30 25.21 60 13 Don Blddleman. Jax 35 23.010 93 10 Jams Brlgman G 46 28.1
III 6 Pat Smith L 32 33.57 89 14 Mike Woodruff. G 37 27.51 96 11 Tom DeMoully. G 46 28.34
and
Moony Long, 9, of Raiford won the men's 14
Jax 48 28.42
Bill Curtis
37 30.05 97 12
102 15 Charles Davis S
118 MOM 30
7 Dorothy SSue 37.02
under in Robert Graziano of
23.07. Keystone
age group 107 13 Joe Watson, KH 46 30.25
119 S Moss. S 30 37.06
Heights won the 15-24 age group in 18.26, Randy Stabler 123 9 Patty Whit., M 31 39.21 Age Group: 40 to 44 Years 1" 14 Louis Mann S 49 34.36
of Starke was second at 19.45.
126 10 Yvonne N.HI.sS 33 40.36 6 1 Jon Allen G 44 17.11
David the first local finisher in the Age Group: 50 Years and Over
Dearstyne was 127 11 Jackl.Branton, S 31 47.11 20 2 Curt Brown, KH .0 19.21
men's 15-29 group, placing fourth in 23.0. Ken Tetstoneof 21 3 Alvaro Perlllo G 44 19.34 30 1 Marvin Mollnow, OP 86 20.'"
Starke was 5th at 2315. Age Group: 35 to 39 Years 42 4 Jim Thomas, G 41 21.56 33 2 Paul Gunning. 50 21.20
Paul Gunning was second in the 50 years and over 84 I T.rry Jordan, S 38 26.59 48 5 Patrick Fltxgerald G 44 22.26 37 3 Barry Wyman. KH 53 21.40
men's category, finishing in 21.20. 92 2 Jean Bula S 37 21.03' 65 6 Winford Franklin, GCS 41 24.11 62 4 Keith Paplnchack 1C 53 23."
First woman finisher in the 5K race,or 3.1 miles,was 98 3 Kathy Jonei, J 36 28.45 67 7 Harry Collier, S 43 2..5.1 5 Rog.r Sexier.LC 53 27.37
70 8 Sam Shoemaker, G 41 25.00 104 6 Jack Kn... OP 51 30.16
Ellen Gross of Gainesville in 18.47., 115 4 Clarice Powell. S 37 35.16
Jim Ev.r.tt, Int. 43 28.52 ___
There were 130 participants entered in the 5K race 122 5 Linda Steele, 6P 36 38.53 99...- '. .. "9......- -. .. '
and 33 registered for the one mile Fun Run. Twelve
40 to 44 Years
Ag. Group:
year old Mike McElroy raced in first to win the one
mile. First female finisher was June Cole, also age 12. 45 1 Janet Gunning, R 43 22.13 .
83 2 Jan.t MIII.r, OP 43 26.29 tt
Hospital Board Chairman Al Kay Carlisle really madeit
100 3 Chris ....nt. G 40 29.20 J
a fun run, falling to the ground and crawling and 114 4 Harriet Bryan S' 40 34.54
clowning his way across the finish line 128 5 Clair. Roberts. S 42 47.22
See ,complete computer finish results below sorted /'i .'
for each age group and sex. Ag. Group: 45 to 49 Years /

Trophies were awarded to the first three places in 78 1 Mary Hoov.r, G 46 25.42 Jr
each age division in addition to the first place male and 95 2 Eileen D.moully. G 46 28.33
female in the 5K race.
All 5K runners received a T-shirt. All Fun Run Age Group: 50 Years and Over

finishers received ribbons. 120 1 Margaret Eaton, KH 50 37.27 The antenna of a male wasp
Spectators, most the families of the runners, stuck it 124 2 Maria Stephenton SMen's 58 41.29 has 13 joints.

out to applaud even the last finishers in each race, andto is
Division Results. r
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urge on flagging runners. It was a warm morning, I
but rescue personnel on hand didn't have to attend to a Place Ag. Group .F

single case.Proceeds. Plac., Nam. City Ag. Tim. r EYEJROBLEMS I
from the registration fees will be used to
help finance a community parcourse and jogging trailon Over-All First Place Winner ? !

the grounds of the hospital fitness center I I Ernl. McK., G 33 16.02

Sponsors of the 3rd annual run were Florida National
Bank, Bradford Hospital Center for Fitness and Age Group: 14 Years and Under

Health, and Bradford Hospital. 52 1 Moony long, R 9 23.07
.7 2 Blak. Thomas. S 11 27.39
After the runners finished the race, they received
116 3 Don Rob.rta, S 12 35.27
Gatorade, watermelon and oranges provided by Nor

man's Market, Winn-Dixie, and Pantry Pride. Ag. Group: 15 to 24 Years i
Donna Verkerk and Karl Gildersleeve were on handto
13 1 Rob.rt Graziano, KH 11 8.26 20
give runners a free massage. Donna Verkerk is a Portraits
23 2 Randy Stahl.r, S 15 19.45SA V
registered nurse at Bradford Hospital and a registered 3 Jeff Valon, G 22 21.31 Color

massage therapist at the BH Center for Health and 50 4 Tim Slater OP 16 22.55 TWO 8x10 e THREE 5x7 Our Rep. '
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"We could not have done it without everyone's help," Age Group: 25 to 29 Years A Simple and Painless Everyone Welcome BABIES 0 CHILDREN ADULTS FAMILIES I

says Race Director Linda Steele of the Fitness Center, n 1 Andy Albright G 37 17.56 examination can be 51 00 Deposit Balance S8 00. Poses our selection.Special effects poses extra Limit:One
who wishes to express her appreciation to all who 14 2 Jo. O'Kroy, G 21 11.5' package per subject SI 00 each additional subject In portrait Minors must be accom-
helped 2. 3 Jay Gllb.rt. J 26 20.6 your first step in panied by an adult. Satin.textured finish at no extra charge Frame not Included.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
51 4 David D.ar.tyn.. KH 29 23.00 treating and correcting _
Women's Division Race Results... 55 5 K.n T.s11on., S 27 23.15 many common 7"
63 6 K.lth T.t.ton.. S 29 24.03 837 S. Walnut St.
Ov.r-AII Place Ag. Group 10 7 K.vln Broyl.a, G 26 26.19 ailments. Call us now. I "LL __ ". Starke FL
Plac., ,Nam City Ag. Tim. 11 0 Rick Bauer, G 29 26.21
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2 1 Hans Golt.ns, G 31 16.13 Robert F. Hook M.D.
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40 1 Lisa Tl.rn.y, S s' 21.47.4.. : :.. 5 ,. 3 Craig Harms",NB 34 17.16 ,
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4 Brittany Bula 9 24.51 12 6 G. Wlbl.. N.wberry 30 IS.12
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125 6 Ann Carol Robert. S 10 43.46 29 8 Terry Harvill.; G 32 20.9 u
32 9 Barry Wagner, G 30 21.13
Age Group: 15 to 24 Years 35 10 Walt.r Crum Doc. I. 33 21.32

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91 2 Kar.n Patterson. S 24 27.54 .7 12 Jim G.lal.r, G 30 21.22 All New Construction
106 3 B.v.rly Hoyt, S 22 30.20 .9 13 Rick Fl.sch R 31 22.34
66 14 David Fl.lds, Mburg 30 24.30

Age Group: 25 to 29 Years 73. 15 Mike Drigg.rs. S 30 25.10
75 16 Richard Rob.rts. KH 31 25.23
31 1 Kathy King NB 29 21.04
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109 20 Rocky Hoffl.r, S 32 31.23
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Enjoy never before on the best Sleep :
bought the food in the lust these items has savinIablegs
surplus in
to
bought the surplus food in me tirst supermarkets -the Jamison Vita-Pedic 1c r
place, but with surplus dairy products place, but with surplus dairy products continued to climb and some of the '
piling up in the warehouses, piling up in the warehouses, elderly on fixed incomes can't keepup. Equalizer. You'll sleep on the best,you'll save, p
and some spoiling for lack of stroage and some spoiling for lack of stroage The food distribution programhas and you'll also get the famous Jamison 15 ..

space, the program is likely to con- space, the program is likely to continue helped them to enjoy some of the yearpro-rated9uarantee.Freerepairorre-( a Mt
tinue for some time, which is good ,, for some time, which is good basics, while saving what money placement during the first five years on ji ? ,
The volunteers in the Starke area news to people in this area. they have for other things. We all warranted defects.)The Jamison Vita-
include: William Rehbergh, Martin "This program makes a big impact hope it continues for a long time. I Pedic Equalizer Sleep System gives .. ,
Hambhn, Ethel Rehberg. Elva on the poorer people in this area know they have enough surplus food you total support and comfort. Side x f
Kirkland, Marta McMurtrie and who were especially hurt by the inflation to keep the program going for a long to side. End to end. And now, you 4b v
Violet Sweat. of the late 70's and early time, if the federal government is
have this opportunity to sleep on .
80's," commented Staff Worker to let it continue." ,
Critics of the program say the willing a
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government should have never Sylvia Patterson. prices
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. .., .J":. .<:.'( .tea State Attorney Makes Statement Concerning: Recent.. Article I

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was not quoted .
in the accurately "That action being on Monday, "It-was determined'that alcohol to the extend that his normal .
recent article in the Telegraph/ Rhoden of guilty before Judge George Pierceas proper lorn.
one after the
concerning Captain Scotty Rhoden's day Dean incident, when should be charged and was charged facilities were impaired. The only to both offenses. There was no evidence of Rhoden
accident,,' said Assistant State Attorney Trooper Highway Patrol Pescia directed of the Florida with leaving the scene of an accident legal charge was a second degree Had he not done so he would have being .intoxicated, other than the
was to
Thomas Elwell. in office appear with property damage and making misdemeanor. been prosecuted at a public jury sworn testimony from Officer
"I 1 would like to make it clear the mv an improper turn," said Elwell.. The state attorney then arranged trial in Bradford County as he or Pescia that Rhoden said he left the
!state attorney considers the conductof the matter for prosecution. anvnne ohnnM! he. enid Klwell. scene because he was afraid he
Rhoden in that incident to be most "Pescia was Instructed to investigate Due to the value of damage being Because of the citations being filedon would be charged with driving while
the case, determine the extent under $2,000 and the highway patrol Captain Rhoden before Judge Pierce fined
!serious and action was indeed the mat Rhoden$281.50 intoxicated if he remained at the
taken." said Elwell.News of the crime and report buck to having no evidence to prove that ter was placed on a formal court for leaving the scene of an accident scene said Investigator Wiley
me Khoden was under the influence of docket. Rhorlfn rhosp to enter a plea and $169 for the charge of an im- Clark.


BriefsGov.



Signs WarrantsOn A family member of the victim'ssaw of Providence, according to The
Trooper accident was investigated by ing and all the meat in the counterwas worth of
and
her car on the side of the road- Dean Pescia. Homicide approximately $2,500
Two MurderersGov. Investigator M. E. removed. Entry was gained
way with a bike nearby and called Oliva, driving a 1977 Plymouth, Richardson. through a door at the side of the merchandise was taken, accordingto
Bob Graham signed death for help. The victim was found in a was eastbound on CR-245. The vehicle building. Estimated loss of the meat Patrolman David Crum. Entry
warrants May 9 for two convicted wooded area, she described her at- failed to stop at the intersectionof Starke BurglariesRemain was $2,000. A radio valued at $125 was gained by peeling the metal on
murderers, one of whom tacker and authorities chased the C-791 the side of the building.
was travelled across the intersection was also missing from the store according -
sentenced to the electric chair for trail of the juvenile for several and onto private proper- UnsolvedThe to Patrolman Michael]
raping and killing the daughter of a hours.At ty. The right front of the car struck a Meat Store on Edwards Road Paris. There are no suspects in either
Marion County ranch owner. 8 a.m. the next morning the tree, travelled another 10 feet and was broken into early Friday morn- Sunshine Electric burglary at this time.
broken
The warrants, the 105th and 106th defendant turned himself into (the struck a house trailer, moving it was into
signed by Graham,were the first for Bradford County Sheriff's Department buck Iwn ffnt t L .....
Oscar: Mason and Ian Lightbourn. lie was detained as a runaway
Florida State Prison Superintendent and will be charged in the incident
Richard Dugger scheduled the due to evidence found, according to -
executions for Tuesday, June 4 at 7 Aderholt.The N'orman'sMarket
juvenile had been released SNAPPER
a.m.Lightbourn, 25, was sentenced to from the Alachua Detention Centeron
death for the Jan. 16, 1981 rape and a prior charge the morning of SUPER -;
shooting of Nancy A. O'Farrell. ,May 7.State. /
O'Farrell was spending the night VALUE
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Stud Farm Ranch when Lightbourn, Seeks to Bring DAYS -

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Lightbourn was sentenced to killer John Wayne Hearn to Florida."It MONTHLY PAYMENTFOR --
death May 1, 1981. The Florida will probably be lenthy pro- 90 DAYS P -.- .
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Sept. 15, 1983, and the U. S. Clark. Hearn is being held in Bryan, WARRANTY p
Supreme Court denied review on Texas for the murder of
Texas
Feb. 21, 1984. housewife. He has confessed a to two Purchase and a Snapper receive-FREE-a at regular retail 1t1: IA'IIIUIIIIM! flLU:
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Chapman in Tampa.The Gainesville. -------------------------------------
victim was asleep in her Hearn will be placed in the Brad- and dependability as well. USDA WESTERN CHOICE I I USDA WESTERN CHoicE
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Horn ArrestedOn Gets Prison TimeThe 2.99Lb. 1. 78 !

County Capias last of the four former correctional j Lb. i. W 9 Lb.
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was arrested May 11 on two capias, weapons, escape tools and drugs i WESTERN CHOICECUBE USDA WESTERN CHOICESIRLOIN
into Florida State Prison last August \
according to Patrolman David / % ;
Crum. went to prison May 13. .
The Roger Gayle Harvey, 31, of STEAK ?
county warrants charged Keystone Heights, received an '
Horn with n'w TIP ROASTUSDA
two counts of aggravated
18-month
prison sentence, $1,000 fine
assault with a deadly weapon, 1.99
and 15-years probation.He entered a .
of short barrel Lb.
possession shotgunand of
plea guilty in circuit court to in-
reckless display of a firearm,
troduction of contraband (a large
according to Lt. Glen Moore. quantity of fireworks) and to receiving -
Bond on each of the two capiaswas unlawful
compensation. f
set at $2,500. Horn remains in Family Pack
Harvey was arrested August 1, Famil Y_Pak
custody of the county jail. 1984 and charged with smuggling FRrER ,
Crum anticipates the city will also FRYER
escape tools, ammunition, hacksaw
file a charge of possession of a short blades, cell door keys: and fireworksinto ts1AI LEG OTRS. BREAST
barrel
shotgun against Horn. the
maximum-security prison.
1 >>, n Ol;., ,C <.k : Harvey fled from Florida and was ,. .'c .,
Juvenile Detained For Sexual January 14 in Roanoke, Va. and ,
BatteryA returned to Bradford County. "" 1fW i I FRESH PORK I
juvenile is being detained in the The other former correctional of- THATCHERIZER ; : :
Alachua County Juvenile Detention ficers have already been sentenced. SNAPPERIZER I PICNIC ROAST II I
Center and will be charged with sex- Byrdus E. McKenzie, 47, of Lawtey MULCHERIZER >:.! ; I I
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according to Investigator David Claud Sheffield, 43, of Starke received ". ": I Lb. Iua7.k I
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victim, a young female, said of $500 and $500 court costs. Brian .. I
her car had a flat tire as she was Edwards, 34, of Raiford was Starke Power Equipment
traveling on US-301 south. A boy on a sentenced to 18 months in prison 438 S Walnut St., Starke
bike stopped and told her he would after he pled guilty to receiving Manning LawnmowerHwy zs44t 'rM-
walk with her to find helf. While going unlawful compensation.
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MAY Hi 8 a.m.Waldo 1 block east EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK
of Baptist Church. Itchg 5/16 time work. Send resume to P.O. make cleaned, oiled and adjusted Mobil. Homer and spaces for rent.
GEIGER ROAOt Down ColUy Rd. past Drawer 280 Stark., FL 32091. 1/03 tfn $15. Used sewing machines for sole. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone '
Southslde School. Lots of household EXPERIENCED SALES PERSONS Apply In James Strickland corner Morgan Rd. 964-7498. 9/16 tfn
Items, cloth., furniture, toys, books person at Olin. Mobile Home, Hwy and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn :. RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET Will y J
and blks. Frl/Sat., May 17 18 9 a.m. 100. Starke. 3/14 tfn CHAIN LINK FENCE installed Free design and remodel to suit your needs. ; 4IIh! c/i'rWil1eart .
to 3 p.m. Itpd 5/16 EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. Call 964-6305 ask for John. 3/07 tfn' I
Ml AND SATi 9 a.m. until 2'p.m. 634 N. assembly work. For Info. call ((504)) Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.329 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile I .
Ch.rry St. Dishes, pot and pans,whatnots 641.8003 Ext. 9579. ../11 EOW 5/23. tfn from Starke city limits. Clean No REALTY
buffet misc. Items. Itchg 9/16 AFTERNOON EVENINGS WEEKENDS MACHINE QUILTING) Crib to King size. children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. '
SATURDAY 5/18 10-2 p.m., across Must be neat ch..rful and depen Also have quilts for sole. Assorted 468.132310/7 tfn Q' .
Southslde Elem. Sink lawnmower dabl. Aply In p.r.on 782.3580 Lawt.y sizes and designs. Betty Hildebrond, CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On st k
recorder, books, tools, cooler Shell/Ice Cream Churn. 5/25 2tchg 9648122. 6/21 tfnchgWANT Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call '"-- J PHONE 964-7776
household more 11 Priced low. Itpd SAWYER AIR CONDITIONING, INCi on. TO DRINK 964-7530 or 468.132310/07 tfn CECELIA .
5/16 of the largertt Independent conditioning THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly fJjrwiiUGAR,_ 205 N. Temple, StarkeYOU ,
little service companies In Northeast rates. Palm.Apartments, 2314 N. Temple +1 -
31e St. Clalrt Stark. Thur.-Fri-Sot. A WANT TO STOP
of everything. Itpd 5/16 Florida it looking for a f.w good service THAT'S OURS Ave. 7/28 tin/ ASKED FOR ITI KINGSLEY LAKEi MAIN HOUSE 2nd HOME FOR RENTALOR

4 FAMILY Clothes for ladles, m.n, boys m.n. Benefits Includ. top salary Alcoholics Anonymous NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, :2 FAMILY LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT) TWO CAR GARAGE.
and babies. Baby furniture toys antique paid holidays, vacations, training anda 964-4150-9&4-6894-964-5434 BA apt. For more Information call Lake HUGE STORAGE ROOM BOATHOUSE DOCK COMPLETELY FENCED PAVED
couch and chair misc. Brown!.. car..r with a fast moving area pd thru 8/16 Butler Apts. 496-3141, Equal Oppor DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE I

Rd. to Bayless Hwy. Turn right and see I.ad.r. Coll today for a confidential GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg -12 ACRES ft LARGE FARM HOUSE$35.000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL BARN
signs. Sat. 9.5 p.m. Itchg 5/16 terview. 9647701. 5/2 CIVILlJobs tfn etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS) Mobile Home. Two WORKSHOP, 31 42' POLE BARN. FENCED CROSSFENCED VARIETY OF
Gre.nAcr. FEDERAL STATE a now BR, 1 BA. $i Soper mo. Furnished or un
GARAGE SAlEi Sat., May 18. 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake FRUIT TREES: PEARS PEACHES FIGS GRAPES.
.. Subdivision Hwy. 16. One mil. available In your area. Call Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights furnished. Purchase option. S69-S89'
3tpd 5/13 907 CYPRESS ST. 3 BR 1'B STUCCO YRS.OLD 43000. ASSUM MORT.
1-619-369-8304.
473-7560.3/28-6/27
boat month plus lot.
West of 301. Look for sign. Jon- 473-4973. 2/26 tfn per
bar stools, dishes, exc. selection of GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and FOR RENT NEAR GRAHAM) nice 1/BR $29,500 MO. PAY 30433. OY%. En.rgy.'cI.nt..
children's clothes, much more. Itpd $50,000/yr possible. All occupations. toddlers up to 5 years of age receive Trailer In Country. Completely furnished I CONNERLY ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR ft BRICK APPROX. 2294 SQ. FT.
5/16 Call 805687.6000 Ext. R-5504 to find excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call' Including air 60,00 per week STONE FIREPLACE BEAMED CEILINGS SCREENED BACK PORCH WITH WET
1671 S. WALNUT STl Thur-Fri-Sot 9.5 out how. 5/24tchg5/18 473.7866.4/04 tfn 485.1371.5/16 2tchg 5/23 BAR.
household CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income poten AVAILABLE JUNE FIRST 3/BR 2/BA
men't clothing PIANO LESSONS In Your Home With ,
large
p.m. CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEXOF
5/16 tial. All occupation. For Informationcall teacher. All W/Garoge, Central H/AC, Fenced ;
Items, china, furniture. Itpd experienced ages, beginners
DISTINCTION HWY. 30IS $425 A MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH.
362.
: ((312)) 742.8620 ext. welcome. 3751343. 4/04 4tchg back yard paved dead-end street. No
FRIDAY SATURDAYi Baby cloth. ft CROSBY MANUF.s needs part-time 4/25 indoor pets. S350.00/mo.. Call evenings 908 W. PRATT LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR BEST MOVE

baby dr.ss.r. 708 MocMahon St. 5/2 drivers with their own truck. 3/4 ton NEW. METHOD CARPET DRY CLEANING 9645392. 5/9 HnUNFURNISHED WILL BE TO THIS HOME.
Itchg truck or larger. Richard 9648331. SERVICE Dry cleaning sollguard, germicide 4 brt 2% both house 315 EXCELLENT LOCATION SOUTHGATE AREA 3BR. 2Ba. CH/ NEW ROOF. 8%
GIGANTIC YARD SALE 6 families; 301 Itchg 316FRIDAYt ft carpet freshner. Owned and N Walnut St. $350 per mth. 9648404. ASSUM. MTG.
drive In Saturday 9-4. 5/2 ItchgMl. Position includes Inventory operated by Don Martin Ed Sanders. 5/9 2tchg 516FURNISHED. .
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and sales MINI FARM 5 ACRES, ENCLOSED W/PRIVACY FENCE CROSS-FENCED
ft SAT.to 4t Lots of Hems, carpet. upk..p of food concession Hwy. 24 West Waldo, FL 32694, Call 2 BR MOBILE HOME: air
office BARN. GREENHOUSE. ALL OF THIS W/BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 3BR. 2BA
sales
retail g.n.ral
area cond. flooring curtains, nice large i
new
children clothes, long dresses, to anew Collect ((904)) 468.1471.4/11 8tpd 5/30
W.d thru Mon. CH/ 5 CEILING FANS CLOSE TO CITY PRICED TO
SELL.opop'GOLFER'SDREAM
hood. Strawberry Acres, duties, typing required. MOWING EDGING TRIMMING most yard located In country, very quiet,
rang. call Waldo Flea HOME ACROSS FROM COUNTY CLUB SO YOU WANT THE FINEST.
turn right at first dirt road past Thonl' work week. For appt. anything 964.5962.18 4tchg 5/9. not In trailer park, call 9645630. 5/9
Oil. 5/2 Itpd Market 468.2255.5/16 2tchg 5/23 LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball 2tchg 5/16 THIS IS FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE JUST PLAIN LIVING. MAKE AN OFFERI.

YARD SALE FRIDAY SATURDAY Old HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT Preferably fields playgrounds. Phone 485-1861 HOUSE FOR KENT 2 br, 2 bath carport BROOKER: BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS ACRES. ONLY 5 YEARS OLD ,
Lawt.y Road N.E. Second Street. female. Must have valid drivers anytime 4/25 tfnchg central heat-a/c paved street nice 3BR 2BA $55.000 w/ASSUM. MTG., OF APPROX. $36.000 at II 1/2 %, :'
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Phone 964-5746. 3/2 Itpd PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL ft neighborhood no pets $396./MO I -
YARD SALE Children, Wom.n ft Mens phone calls. Itchg 5/16 COMMERCIAL All tyhpes repairs ft Installation available 6/10/85 call evenings .301"MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. WITH SPACIOUS LIVING
cloth. ft shoes. Gas tank for boat. CONCRETE FINISHER NEEDED Pay$11.86 24 hr. service, licensed call 964.5392.5/9 tfn I QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS! TOO J M
trolling motor* life jackets. Road 123 p.r hr. Phone Mr. Waters. 468-2999 Owen Alvarez 964.5219.5/9 8tpd 627I HOUSE ON BEACH: In St. Augustine. \
% mil.west of 301 Lawtey. May 3* .. eves after 4 p.m. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 I WANT PRIVATE SITTINGS I am certified $300 per week 964-6822 9648956. I HANDSOME BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37'/ ACRES 4BR/2'/iBA
ATTNi RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT BARN-GOOD FOR KIDS AND OTHER GROWING THINGS.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 5/2 Itchg 961.5626.5/9 4tchg 5/30 Itchg 5/16 FIREPLACE
NEW AND USED ITEMS Frl a Sot. Rd 16 PROFESSIONALS Wendy's International MOMS AND DADS I would like to 3BR !'/. BATHi House. See at 511 E. r FORMERLY MAJIK MARKET ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL 301 HWY.

East at City Limit. 5/2 Itpd is the experiencing Bradford Co. and enormous Orang. babysit in my home day. Please call Washington St.. Starke. Phone I THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT "PINESONG" 37
In
growth 473-7656 after 7 $325 mo. plus
BIG SIDE WALK SALE at Western Auto lexo. 964.7321. 5/163tchg 5/30 p.m. BLDG LOTS ft PAVED ROADS
Park W* are seeking qualifiedmanagement
Thur., Fri.Sat watches$2.9915".chest area. security. 5/16 tfn
freezer only $299. Furniture, bikes to staff our restaurants In. REAL ESTATE TWO BEDROOM House: $225 mo plus SECLUDED, CHARMING$76,900 S BR 3'/ B UNIQUE HIDEAWAY IN CITY ON 7
$49.99 tools. 5/2 Itpd Starke, Orange Pork and Jax. Candidates security, deposit. Very clean 9646166. ACRES 6 YEARS OLD ft IF YOU LIKE INDIVIDUALITY HERE IT IS I
toys
GARAGE SALEMay 3, from 9 to 5 First should be employed In the OUT OF AREA 5/16 Itpd BRICK 4 BR 2B ONE ACRE-SEWING RM COULD BE 5th BR FIREPLACE DBL.
school. restaurant management or related 3BR IBA House In town. Nice .
Residents North of Lawt.y GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -CHftALOTSt
field. We offer: competitive starting neighborhood. Call 5332891. 5/16
782.3944.5/2 Itchg salaries from $13,500 to $18,500, group VERMONT SUMMER Rent luxurious condominiums BCSSENT RD. S OAKS.CONNERLY ESTATES. HAMPTON OAKS CROSBY

YARD SALE Intersection weather 301 ft 125 |lust health, dental and life In.., 5 day workweek In th. GREEN MOUNTAINSat TWO 2tchg BR 5/23 furnished frame house, 935 LAKE, SAMPSON LAKE SOUTHGATE.
North of Lawtey, permitting Rents
Fri. ft Sot. 5/2 Itchg company paid profit sharing and reasonable summer rates.SUGARBUSH as Euclid St. $250 mo. Call 964.8643 after 6 TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE 16 ACRES-W/APPROX' HWY 301 2 DEEP WELLS.

FRIDAY a SAT.May 3 a 4i Baby bed. playpen stock ownership. For call prompt send conflden resume low VILLAGE as $800 R.E.,a Box month.234 Warren VT 'p.m. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 3 SEPTIC TANKS 2 MOBILE HOMES, BUTLER BLDG. STOCKED POND ft CREEK.\
) consideration or
TV sewing machine, clothes,. tip 05674. Toll free ((800)) FURNISHED 2BR> mobile home AC CALL ST. HOME EXC"LLENTf.I"'ANCIN .
;shoes and what knots a.m. to 4 p.m. to Nancy Stark Wendy Int.9047392803., 7761 BayBerry .- FCAN-; }, ._ -",. -'1 .451.43266,5/46 4 ,clean convenient to shopping. center.. 36.43 ACRES BROWNLEER, ,. OWNER FINANCING) q4. ",; .
Rd., Jax. 32216. 964.8810.1tchg 5/16 a ? Blu n eF' H>o
Phon. 9,4.5031.5/2 Itpd EOE (WENDYS) NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND CLEAN ONE BEDROOM: furnished apartment COUNTRY CLUB 10311IAUTIFUL'ACRES.; ) !

HOMES FOR SALE RADIOLOGY/NUCLEAR Large acreage, small acreage, cabins, carpeted private parking nopet. -49 GREAT ACRES HWY 229 WITH FARM HOUSE ASSUM MTG.
MEDICINE/CT/ULTRASOUND homes DOCKERY LAND CO.. 114 Andrews
Rd., Murphy N.C. 28906. Call .. 9648265. Itpd 5/16 LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3% ACRES.
TECHNOLOGISTS We are now acc.p.tlng TWO BEDROOM No
upstairs apartment.
601 S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR, CB applications for full and part-time Toll Free ((800) 331.7947.5/16 FCAN pets. 964.8464 after 4 p.m. 5/16 2tchg. -4 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A ft WILSON RD A GOOD BUY.
home. 1-468-1323. 11/08 Hn day positions some stand by call with NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LOG 5/23 RAIFORD AREA 2 BR I B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.

3 BR, 1'% BATH HOME Saratoga His, compensation Is req. As an AMI CABINS for rent Overlooking scnic MOBILE HOME 2 bedrooms. South of .$21.500 SINGLE WIDE-FAM RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4 A.

corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. (American Med. International) river. Cool comfortable, convenient.and Steel mill on CR 100 A. 9645760. Itpd 832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.
Phone 964.8652.3/21 tfn Hospital we offer a wide range of paid Hiking fishing swimming gameson 5/16
) and heat. benefits for full time employees Call or property. Many attractions close KINCSIEY LAKE VILLAGE TWO LOTS FOR $5,000.
3 BR. MUST mi Central air :KITCHENETTES Weekly or Dally:AC TV,
Enclosed ga ag., low maintenance end a resume to personnel lake City byl) 1-303-943-4582. FCANMISCELLANEOUS maid service. Underwood Motel 3'/. 533 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING $21.000.

celling fans, .* neighborhood close Medical Center 1701 W Duval St. 1C Fl miles North of Starke on US 301. Itpd BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE LOTS OWNER FIN. _
to Southslde El.. *39,900, 964.5952 or 32055 ((904)) 7522922. EOE. 5/9 2tchg 5/16 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 Ml. S. EXC. TERMS.
964.6915.18 Itfn. 5/16
ON HAMPTON LAKE) Brick 3/BR WANTED PRIOR SERVICE AND NON. INVEST NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S. "

1'/ /BA. Fireplace, carport screened PRIOR with High School Diploma or 25 IN.Good ZENITH.condition CHROMACOLOR 964.5907 5/16:ConsoleTV Itchg NOTICE BRICK HOME RD 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 x 300 52000.
of 301. The 202 C.E.S. has part time jobs
porch 3/4 mil. west Highway GED.
27 PT. TERRY TRAVEL TRAILER Priced to * *
468-1576 after eOO. 5/9 Hn In Heavy Equlpt Carpentry Plumbing .
$95,000. sell 1972 well maintained. $2400 call CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted EVENINGS
FOR SALE BY OWNER 2BR 1BA, block Masonry, Metal Fab and Pav.m.ntMoint.
964-5895. 5/2 4tpd 5/23. to the Bradford County LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 9647408JOHN
home with fireplace, tongue and Earn while you learn. Contact WE CATER TO DOCK CUSTOMERS)fill 100 Telegraph office In writing and paid In GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK JR.964-7188 -
thru Fri. at
paneling n.w carpet MSG Carl Slevers, Mon
groove pine advance unless credit Is already
5/23 pd cylinders $20 w.lOlit.customers to TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 NOVIS WARD 9647454WAYNE
white oak parquet floor., larg.room. 904.533-3386.5/162tchg own their tanks we sell and rent tanks established with this office. PQUGIAS 964-6593 DAVID DODGE 964-537C
with down and HIGH SCHOOL GRADS want a great
Asking $40,000 equity THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE
and furnish cylinders open Mon thru Frl
assumoblo 10 at $289/mo. part-tim. job? Interested In learningHeavy
pet. mtg. 8:45: to 6:30 Sat 8.43: to 3:00 354-7843, HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .
Possible 2nd mortgage available Equlpt Carpentry Plumbing 5/9 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Jax 259-6810 McClonny. 4tchg Subscribe BRADFORD COUNTY
Keystone Hts. 4737619. 5/16 2tchg Masonry M.tal Fob and Pavement THE TELEPHONE.
5/23 Malnt. Earn while you learn. Contact 5/30 Classified deadline is TUESDAY. Today I TELEGRAPH
HAMPTON LAKE Beautiful brick home, MSG Carl Slavers Mon thru Frl at NOON prior to Thursday publication. 964-6305
3BR. with baths CH/A,fireplace, dock 9045333386. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 WANTED Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75
boathouse 9644465. Itpd 5/16 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS Part-time then 10 cents for each word thereafter
3 BR HOUSE FOR SALE lust| outside city $150/wk; Full-time $300/wk with 396-Mobile Home Park site, 20 oc.
on Private rood Central heat/AC, unlimited Income potential In 3.5 BABY SITTER desires lob 8 AM to 5 PM ,. Janet M. |m/l, Inside city limits, Includes plat
Mon thru Frl. 9647940. 5/9 3tpd 5/23 i
Wood Stove, huge Recr. Room below years. Report to Howard Johnson Banquet survey commissioner approval of
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appraisal $38,000 Call 964-3997. 4/25 Room Newberry Rd. at 1-75 .. StarlingRealtor plans, furnished home, assume mis.,
tfnchg. Gainesville, Thursday 5/16. 7:15. No 140.000
APTS FOR SALE 2 units/ 2 story building phone calls please. Itpd 5/16 Subscribe I I *395--2 Br. I ba. ham. In country I'

with fireplaces on Washington St. Double PortableJByHdlnjjs I furnished, 12x30 workshop, 1 ac., '
lot. Next to Stark. Elem. School BR 2 BA. 2 Ac.
| eVERY NICE: 3 Hwy. more, $30.000.
964.5876.5/16 Itpd. Want Ads Get Results Lake Butler' : | US 30J] South- Starke V64-6020,I 386--2 Br. mobile on 2 ac. SR 100 W. :'
APTS FOR SALE 4 units on Call and Bay Call VickI 496-2261 I -3 ACRES $11.000.; 10 ACRES SI8.OOO. I

St. behind Fortune Federal Savings a ,CURIES CYCLES 22000. F38f-3 ;..home on 2,81 ac.,|lust outside
Loan good Investment now. Futur.comm.rclal REPOSESS10N: .4.87 ACRES: Well septic tank 17x35 city limit., barn nice Inside; |lust
9645876. 5/16 Keystone Heights: Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24
property 1982 C.mmsdote,14470, 3 BIt, 2 BA.Low Tolman pool fenced/cross-fenced.. emodeled.I3S415 .
Itod. 473-2210 ,
ptymtnts.SM yIn ;$24,000. I | oc. ranchette, 3 Br. 2Ba.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Ray Baum lor bargains) I .4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. [brick home, pool 3 stall horse barn
Starke: -- -- '5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. tackroom large workshop and much
SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC.
RENTLEASEFOR Call Montez Plumbing Supplies '20 Ac.: Cov'd In pines.; more, believe Itl 139000.
US 301 North, SUrka. FL. l 1'50 Ac. $50,000. _tf A.i

SALE OR TRADE IN STARKI Two- Wo buy .., ..lIIlIomll. .964-6305 i'3 BR 1 BA: Country 25500. .........r"'L1QUOR'STORE
story building on comer of Call S. financing AviRabto(9041.S644414. t>...o From ( AND LOUNGE '$1

Thompson Sts., one block from Clrj; .( c Shop & Compare!! Durrance 'SERVICE STATION....$40.000 i III! $. 1
3566849.221 'R..Aa.V. : ,
Hall. Clyd.W. Simpson Spcvul I Insurance for] t
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Startle,Florida 196 61-7061)) CarpetCleaning (Any Scotchgard]

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Bradford Square 9646946Buy Home Sales I & Hall) Available

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Carpet Dyed (0x12)) . . ., . . *. : 59"
VHS Recorder & A Panasonic Camera. .
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Get FREE MOVIES ,For One Year. i I adt U'& .Arsaosfbt>:o; :"'w.lOw'' I

((10 Movies per week (or,,52 Weeks or 520 Movies! !) 473-7060 Worfc rServing "Not Delighted, Don'f Pay" Prleee I,

.. : RealtoC/Bulld.t .Bradford .&, ,Union Co. and, surrounding areas I !

... ; 1.1.arge variety of Lots ft Acreage In the hill region of Bradford I & \
Florida Co.
Cleaning Dye ,
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Buy A Panasonic or. Sharp' :! roads Our community Triplex water systems Owner financing I I (Licensed & Insured)) (Residential & Commercial) '

i VHS Recorder! 'for $399OP ate: ,froM $3950". Central to .Oolne.vllle, Jacksonville./ PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe I'
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In and re-dyeing of wall to wall
Get 20 FREE MOVIES specialize cleaning carpet, furniture cleanIng -
I and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commfltlal contract; ',
1 (To Be Used In 60 Days) Beautiful Golf Course Lots Senior Citizen Discount,, MileofleChorge Free,Advice,


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Union County Ads _____FOR SALE''t 1 I.' .' "';; I _....J INSURANCE ,. FOR, RENT. I' l' FREE FRQ>LACE .
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AI" ZENITH 25" CONSOLE COLOR TV : TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES wlllt,.,.....II$11,..
; CARS & TRUCKS LAND FOR SALE "beautiful walnut cabinet, was $749.95 ,.' I'lakcAvenue Com:" lake. Butler 4963978 FOR RENT Union CountyTlmes, ISO ... ... ... ,..."" ..,
ote Insurance Ifn
need to take overpayments Service, Main
now someone Street Lake Butler Phone
of,$31.20 per month.or''pay i -- 496.2261 for Information. ttrV < SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC.
DODGE VAN 1977 ; '
..'ra.. mutt ..good.. $2500 condition'llrm., Call lot.o LAND OR ACREAGE Highway 18 between small balance, of $428.60. Interested ;4.; PERSONAL SERVICES C.O.'s OUT OF TOWN Save up to$80 mo. .I' \US 301 Nertti. ttMkt, RW

..96.2961 keep trying 2tpd 9/9-5/16 Worthlngton Springs and parties call collect for Mr. While at: ,Wt ll''* tf.*1. TT1V'DOORMAN 13.000 miles q. yeorl PINES(QUALITY ,' buy I ul vie* DMM,
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; 1982 PLYMOUTH CHAMP 4 Brooker In Bradford County. Termi 755.0943 before 5 M4tpd: 5'09.30 '''; 1 tJANK" i ,LIVING.Laundry fork Recreation, ,Car. FInIncllII ""........
door available. Call Shonds Howard at STRAWBERRIES: U.pick 35 cents a, Ibi We, ,I WELL AND SEPTIC ,i Pools" FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE, ,', l
automatic, A/C, 4 cycle, nice <(104)) M44414Subscribe
cor. $200 deal 4" w.lIol.r,
and toke Former Dealers Bank. 4962101.59MISCELLANEOUS plil$6 a flat. Bring Containers. Oponfl, ."lockage ; 2"or \ ,Reosonobfe. SR 121 Lake Butler.
over payments. For Information ./'.fpufnps. Installation of. Peptic 6'. --
A.A/i Man-Sat. Go South on 121 past new 4962366. ufn 12/13 'I ,
call 496-2310. ltpdS/16 )r{ .I tpnks, drain fields :and lift ..station.i ;""I ;' ,
LaCrosse three milos, turn right on NW < MOBILE. ,HOME,. Shaded ,clean,. 2 '
22 then left Into the field. Call for Information i ,MObile, home poles available.All Work bedroom furnished 12x65. near Worthlngton ,, ,: Today I

HOMES FOR SALE or picked orders. ..62.177... "."'guaranteed Cold, :Tommy Dormon Springs. Adults only, na pets. UNION COUNTY TIMES
BIO PLANT SALE All planti ,< .
greenhouse 3752151 Ifn 9/1
5/9 21chg 5/16 $200 per month deposit. No lease. ,496-2261 r
mutt be old. Assorted outdoor ptanti AIR CONDITIONER 5.000 BTU $75 firm. NETTIES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and 375-8614' (Gainesville). 5/09 2tpd 5/16
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (you on sale, too. Coledlunts In gallon cans, Jessie Jomet. Small house across from "pruning Also firewood oak and pine I
.., repair). Also delinquent tax property. $1.50 Contrary Mary's Garden SR 121.Lacro. Sardls Babtist Church in Worthington for,tola. Call Jhomob Nettles 496-3823, 3 feEDKOOM.! I bath house In Raiford.
Call 1.805.687.6000..,: GH-1136 for In .... 462-1561. Closed Sun. and Springs on SR 171. Itpd 5/16 ttfn 12/22 $165 mo. plus security deposit, 1375 GUERDONUitd
formation. 5/09 6tpd 6/13 Mon.. 2tchq 5/09-5/16 DRUM SET 5 piece Slingerland "A.lec" ROBERT'S CASH FEEDS 496-239D 431-1455. Itpd 5/16_ 24x60, 3 BR, 2 BA, Up 1IdI.... *n
REAL ESTATE set with 3 cymbals and diummerstlirono BULLDOZING AND FILL DIRT'tfnchgS/16 with tar.Completely""""'Itd.$12,000.
MOBILE HOMES Very good condition.' $300 Call BABYSITTING Experienced, dependable WANTED SN Rjy Bouln for birgrinit
OUT OF AREA 496.3655 or 496.3705. I IpdS/16 mom will babysit Monday- Friday Call SKYLINE HOME INC.
for more information Janice. Nooyel! CENTER.
GRAVE LOT in Doklo CometOfy Call
1912 LIBERTY 2 bedroom 2 bath WANTED-WIII Cash for used
14x70. Pay
your US 301 Norm
I 372.3188 for more infoimalion. 496 3923. 4tchg 5/9 5/30 Sttrkt, RWi
496-2134. evenings mobile home. Powell's 4963377.5/9
1tpd516Starke LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
Itpd5/16 r buy I trt DM* RMIM.Rninelni .
If I don't have It. I'll find It- Just 1. 2tpd 516WANTED
PIOS! 14, weighing about 35 Ibs. ench.SI Subscribe AvalabW
osfc. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR .' .. Retired couple to live on small
496-2126 or 496.2903, eves. "YOUR i.50 each Call 496.3332. IpdS/16 Today I farm; take care of house and livestock ,_ (11M) .M 4414 .
UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tfn 8/04 --- Send reply to P.O. BOM 531, lake Butler
FL. 32054. 3/09 3tpd 5/23 '-
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LAND FOR SALE CARS TRUCKS CARS & TRUCKS BUSINESSI

FOR SALE FOR SALE OPPORTUNITIES

ONE ACRE LOT facing Forty the Road no 1980 FORD MUSTANG 4 cyl. good condition 1982 FORD ESCORT station wagon
SIX YEAR OLD ARABIAN QUARTER NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum down payment $75 per mo. Call $700.00 and assume loon. 32,000 actual miles. $4.800 or best offer. SATELLITE-"II'tNAS' and pay phones.
HORSEi mare, shown successfully In Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great 9645606. 10tfn 964.5510, 410 E South St., Starke. 5/9 473-7846. 5/16 2tchg 3/23 National company needs dealers.
English, Western ft. Halter 700.00 or for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, LOTS t ACREAGE 20 percent down, 21pd 5/16 1976 CHEVETTEs 1.6, low mileage, good Complete training provided. No Inventory
best offer. 475-2768. 5/9 2tchg 5/16 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. balance In five years, financing by 1976 DELTA 88 Good condition, 2/door condition, new tires, $900. 964-5850 or {,required. Complete units from
PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARMi TRAILERS. TRAILERS. TRAILERS 5'd'utility owners, 9646853. 12/13 tfn. $90000, negotiable. 964-5510 410 E. 964.7871.5/16 2tpd 5/23 $499. wholesale. 24 hrs. 3035707800.
C.E. Hicks 1-879-4024. Milliard, Fla 5/9 trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. South St. Starke. 5/9 2tpd 5/16 1982 FORD LTD 4 dr. V8, low ml., loaded 6/162tnd5/23
4tchg 5/30 $1,700; 16' utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn $3.500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call 72 CHEVY VAN needs minor repairs; excellent condition. 964-4223 or
VW TYPE Hit Parts, 3 cars-trans axles, trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single a..le 9645606. 1/03 tfn price reflects same; $1,000. 964. 127. 473-7846. Itchg 5/16 WANTED-
front ends, fuel Injection brain etc. No trailer $878.: 16' car hauler. $1,150; 6 ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY 1972 FORD 4 door pickup "workhorse" 6
motor Gary 964.8569. 5/9 tfn ft. ramps. $100. Olln's Mobile Horn ROAD! $3,000, no down payment, $70 passenger big engine, $2,000. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
FORD CAR FOR PARTS 429 engine C6 Center. Rd 10O W Stork. 964-5606 per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 964.4127. BABY SITTER de.lr..lob| B AM to 3 PM,

Transmission 15" tires, good rear end. NEW PIANO$49.99 per month no credit 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) 1958 CLASSIC Plymouth collectors Item. Mon thru Frl. 964.7940. 5/9 3tpd 5/23
Gary 9648569. 5/9 tfn checks. Call 964-6946. 4/04 tfn $3.500. no down payment. $70 per mo. 42,000 actual miles, beautiful car In excellent SOUTHERN CONNECTION Bradford Co.
MANY ITEMSt Utility shed $300. 10,000 3Vt TON HEAT PUMP (GEt Call 964-5129 Call 9645606. 1/03 tin condition. $4,000 964- 127. OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR original rock-n-roll band seeking lead
watt Onan generator needs motor after 6 p.m. Price n.gollabl.04 tfn LOT IN CITYt 6000. Call 964-3764; after 1980 BMW 320 Ll sun roof top very ladles apparel, childrens, large size, guitar player keyboard. 511 N. Church
work $250. Utility trailer tandem axle. ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn clean, 9000. 964-4423 after 5 p.m. combination sstore, accessories. Jordache St., or call.964-4099, ask for Kevin. Itpd,
box n'x6'2"x6'6". New $1100 Magic No down payment. Call 964-6946. 4/04 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Itpd 5/16 Chic Lee, Levl Easy Street, WANTED-GOOD HOME for 2 brown and
Chef motor home oven and gas range, tfn dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile 197 MERCURY MARQUIS power Izod Esprit, Tomboy, Calvin Klein, white kittens |uit weaned from their
$200. Antiques, some Oriental. Utility PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM home, cabin or camping. $..950 ea. brakes, steering, AC new tires, 59,000ml Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz mother. 964.7679'ltchg 5/16
shed metal skin $3.50/sheet or 200 C.E. Hicks. 1-879-4024, Milliard Flo. w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting $2,175. 964-8358 or 7823593. Itchg Claiborne, Member Only, Organically BABYSITTING In my home. Infant and
(heels, all for $400. 1974 Dodge Moxl- 5/02 4tchg 5/23 and fishing. Owner ((904)) 236- 579 or 1981 CMC pickup long wheel base, Grown, Gasoline, Healthtex, Over toddlers up to 3 yrs. Receive excellent
Van 1 ton needs work runs as I.. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as 629.9649.3/21 12tchg 6/6 white, new tires, 3 speed, PS AC 1 1000 others. $7.900 to $24,900 Inventory care. Reasonable rotes. Weekdays.
Metal bl-folds lumber, $14.99 month. Call 964.69"6.04 SIX ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD 1 2/3 Grand Phone 9646635. 5/16 2tchg 5/23
$625. some usd per owner $3675. 964-8358 or 7823593. training, fixtures, openIng -
concrete blocks, cabinets, shelving tfn_ acre lots $3500 No money down $75 Itchg 5/16 etc. can open In 15 days, Mr. ..**_*. *....U****............
mth. Call 964.5606.25 ttn -
many other Items. Make offer may 1976 PLYMOUTH 318 eng. AT, AC, PS, Loughlin (612) 8886555. 5/16 Itpd. r NO MONEY DOWN ,
trade. Across from 301 Qulk Stop 2 MOBILE HOMES PB, 4 dr, radio, new tlrei, heater HAVE A FASHION STORE OF YOUR ,
miles South of Starke. Browns Trailer FOR SALE CARS & TRUCKS 473-4341. Itc'.g 5/16 OWN Let our National Company assist USED HOME I

Pork 9648238. Itpd 5/16 1967 CADILLAC: 472 eng. AC PS PW, you. All popular brands, Calvin Klein, Refurbished singlewide
FURNITURE FOR SALE Sofa ..t. dining 73 BUICK LASABRE power steering, radio P/seats, AT good rubber, Gloria Vanderbllt Bobble Brooks,
set. twin beds and bookcase. Almost SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 NStarke. brakes windows, AC 82,000 miles, 4734341. Itchg 3/16 Sergio Valente, Santa Cruz, Tomboy wi new drapes, carpet furniture I

new. 9647357. Itpd 5/16 Come see Ray Gouln, formerly good over all condo $800. 964-5952 and 1978 LINCOLN Continental, price neg. Esprit, S more. $8,500 to $18,400. & appliances. No
SEVERAL ITEMS Amana microwave with of Lake Chevy-Olds for the bargains.We 6915. ",8 Itfn. Call 533-2411 after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn Beginning Inventory, fixtures, supplies money down if you qualify.:
cart ...c. cond. $ISO; slow cooker with buy and move used homes. 1972 MERCURY WORK CAR rough body, FORD MUSTANG 1968 GT Classic, now olrfore, and training. For Information '163.31 I
grill plate base $20. Twin beds $25 964-4414 or 964..778.26 tfn with good engine and transmission, under restoration $3,000 cash. call Ed Brandt collect ((405)) per
each. Twin bedspreads with curtains MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 12 x 65 mobile Gory 964-8569 5/9 tfn 964-4099 ask for Kevin.. Itpd 5/16 _. 238-5093., 5/2 FCAN Call. M r. Ford. 4737237JOIN
and circle tablecloth $30. Sofa $40. 5 home 2 br. 3Vi ton central Heat/air, .- """'" .
pc. dinette $SO. Phone 964-5707 after 6 looks like brand new. $6,000964-7312. NOTICE .. ... -. ,

p.m. Itpd 5/16 4/18 tfn.OWNER .
CAMPER 1781 35' fifth wheel. American MUST SELL 3/2 $189.00 Mo., THE NATION'S LARGEST
Traveler with 20 ft. owning fully self- Take over payments. Must ask for CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DATA GATHERING AGENCY
contained price neg. 5332411. Call Chris. 1-622-3799 or 1622.2820.25 should be submitted Under New Management |
after p.m. 5/16 Hn 4tchg 5/16 to the BradfordCounty I THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
SEVERAL ITEMSt Window air conditioner! FOR SALE Several furnished 2 br MoblU Telegraph office Career opportunities are presently available as a part-time field Interviewer In
2 swivel boat seats! 1963 Ford Galaxle. Homes in good to ."C. condo $4250 In writing and Baker and Union countl a. Persons who do not enjoy an 8-5 job, but who do enjoy
782-3008. 5/16 Itpd 5/23 _ch. Pine M.H. Park ...962366.25 paid In advance 1 meeting people should not miss this great opportunity.
ROLLS OF HAY Fresh cut Alecia. Arthur tfnchg. unless credit: Is Qualified applicants must be available for day and evening work, be a high
Gasklns. 782-3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn OWN YOUR OWN HOME Dbl wide, 3BR. already establishedwith PINE FOREST I school graduate or equivalent have an automobile pass a 30-mlnute written
SIMCO SADDLE for pleasure riding. Excellent 2 Ba, Masonlte siding shingle roof.We this office. test, and be a U.S citizen. Previous field Interviewing experience is desirable
condo $250. 964-6305 before do our own financing. Payments as low THE TELEGRAPH I. but not necessary.

noon. Ask for Montez. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 as $198 mo. Clayton Homes, 396S STAFF CANNOT BEHELD .. If Interested, Write to:
TERRIER PUPPIESi $225 Phillips Hwy., Ja..., Fla.. 17330821. ,APARTMEIITS'1" I '. ....... M ...., .. ... .
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"""ach. 9)4.6258. Itchg 5/16 ,.IIt.::H 'Smu' Boilbalh RESPONSlILE'I" ... "," \J 11.", ."" "... .," '"'" ....' U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
f 'VEGETABLES U-PICKi Green beans HANDYMAN SPECIAL! 121<60. 2BR. .
ready. $5 a bushel. 9645088. Itpd 5/16 payments as low as $109/mo.We AD IS TAKEN OVER I f BUREAU OF THE CENSUS ((556))
HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR 964-7111. do our own financing free delivery. THE TELEPHONE. ". 1365 PEACHTREE STREET NE ROOM 625
Itpd 514TRAVEL Clayton Homes. 3965 Phillips Hwy.. Classified deadline is 1 1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Apts. ATLANTA GEORGIA 30309AN

TRAILER 28' Coachman fifth Jax., Fla. 17330821.) 5/16 2tchg 5/23 TUESDAY NOON
I wheel. Good condition 2500. Truck WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING New prior to Thursday From 160 & Up I

to pull same$2.000.964-4127. Itpd 5/16 14x70, 3BR, 2 full baths, bay window. publication. I EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke extra cab.. Ig. closets, pmts. as low as Minimum charge Is
Truck OUlb.oJ.Slark _964- ?J2. $198 mo. Clayton Homes, 3965 Phillips 15 words for $2.75,
CULLIGAN Stop AUTOMATIC.. WATER CONDITIONER Hwy., Jan.. Fla. 1-733-0821. 5/162tchg then 10 cents for each 112 ft 3 Bedrooms Available Mow I
5/23 word thereafter. I ..
: 1 year old, asking $500 -

964-4695 2tchg 52YOUNG after 6 and w..k.nd.25 BOATS CALL TODAY FOR ON INFORMATION ERA- Tiffin_ _& Owens, Inc.
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RABBITS 4.00 eo. FRESH FCAN (Florida Realtor
ONIONS .75C a bunch. WORMS: 1.73 .
St. 77 BASS BOATi 85 hp motor, many. Classified Ad Network Gt I
964-4536 or 318 W. LaFoyette : Formerly FAULKNER REALTY ,
for 30 .
tras, good condition. 964-4223 or ) For $125 1530 Madison
5/2
behind Pantry Pride. 4/25 2tchg 473-7846. Itchg 5/16 ((25-words), your ad I 221 W. Lafayette St.-Ask for Susan I
SUITE 2 piece. Good condl. Phone 984-6312 Mon.-Frl. 1.30 a.m.-SM .
BEDROOM 13 FT. STUMPKNOCKERi 18hp Evlnrude will go Into 56 Floridanewspapers IOUIL lOUSI.. : p.m.
4/25 Itpd
tion 964 6019, 115 Martin St. Saturday 9 a.m.to 12 noon
dailies
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electric start, trolling motor driveontrailer. DPfOIlTU.'" Offlco Hours: 9 5
Many ...tra.. $800. 964-8462. and weeklies) for a L _
964-5065
Itpd 5/16 circulation of j _
Subscribe 1,000,000 r.ad.tr .... were
78 ANCHOR CRAFT 140 hp Mercury. -j
"Talc Advantage of Our Exclusive
Today I $4,000. 9645636. Itchg 5/16 : # "f':* 1
14 FT. BASS BOATi and trailer 25 hp t NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM I I1

Johnson motor and electric trolling *' FOSTER PARENTS'j} I' .. .
motor like new, $2,000. 964-6943. -" -

5/162tpd 5/23 NEEDED *OWNER NEEDS TO SELLI This lovely 3BR/2Ba mobile home with all the extras. -
i1 QualityTree 1983 16 FT. CHEENOEi 9.9 hp Johnson : \1 Priced below 30000.

Service outboard, trailer, trolling motor, gas For adult males attending Sunshine : *PRICE REDUCED! Large lakefront lot on winding tree lake.
!! tank and bearing buddies. $1,600. )} *THIS 3BR/2BA BRICK HOfc.E' Is located close to all Institutions, just outside

"Quality Work 9648723. Itchg 5/16 Industries Workshop. Financial Raiford. Let us show you this good Investment.

'- )} *6 ACRES and a beautiful 2BR/2Ba brick home, Jen-Aire range, CHI A heat
at Reasonable Rates" )} subsidy available. pump ceiling fans, and a lot more.
Fully Licensed & Insured LOOK AT THIS! f Call Bob Larimer'Director *5 ACRES completely cleared, well, septic and a mobile home to live In while
12-Year Resident I Own a New Doublewide )} you're building your dream home, owner financing! Priced In the 20'..

Of Bradford County ,w/wood siding shingle roof, I Bradford ARC ': 954.7699($ *ONLY $25,300 and you can own your very own home right In Starkel

"The One To Call !, fireplace & more. Includes ,*. *** 'k-tc ****.*.. **. *****. **REDUCED KINGSLEY TO LAKE SELL HOME! lovely with country Its very home own with pathway 18 9 to acres the to lake.enjoy.

Before ii Falls" well, pole pump & septic tank( \ .... - .. *OWN 100' SANTA FE RIVER frontage for only$100 per month at only 9.3 pct.I .

package. '274.62 per mo. I. *REDUCED! REDUCED! 47 acres with brick home, only 89900.
I ''wl'SOOdown. GRAHAM: Live within 20 min. of Gvllle 10 mln. of Starke, 15 mln. of Lake

i CV.II Mr Pnrrl J73-7237: Butler In this 3BR2BA RANCHER.
tit *W. MADISON ST.: 3BR/2BA, 2 kit.with new oppl., 2 laundry rooms with new
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NO CASH NEEDED! washers and dryers, many extras.SR .
COMPUTE MOBILE HOMI SiRVId .' 100 S.:: CB just remodeled CH/A, low down with small payments.
1985 14' Wide/2 BR. Wood Skirt Ina .Pfumblna'f: I Ir *LAWTEY: 17 acres off 125 W. of 301, pasture and barn.
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klding' furnished, vaulted .Decking Electrical REALTOR* *2BR/1BA with pecan Ir_..
tellings, much more. No cash .Flooring .RemodoSIngAdditions *3BR/BA farmhouse and barn on 70 acres with 43 acres In timber. "MAKE
M49.63 'Concrete. Slobs' JAMS.USHE2 OFFER"
Deeded if quali y.
you .I.. .'. I,Custom_ Built Sheds-Pump Houses j Your Union County R.ettor it IMMACULATE HOME in Deerwood, 3BR 2 BA. CH/A ..'ra..
per mo. 4962903Ir *LAURA ST: CB 2BR. 1BA. only $2 ,200.
r.o1U1t-f rd 473-7237 .... 496-2126 or has been redecorated.
1BA home, ust
*REDUCED TO $29.900 4BR. |
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*MH on V4 acre (Woodlawn area) with bullt-ons. Priced to sell at $ 6.000.
Dream Place 92 AC plus road frontage *LAKE BUTLER: lovely large home owner anxious to sell.
an 2 sides and 3 B.R. 2% Ba.TLORILAND \.. *RAIFORD: 3BR 1BA on large lot with CB workshop, only 16900.
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Econo-Cut : '::: .. But With Few Dollars *LARGE HOME on I acre In town, assumable mtg.
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For A Lotta Change (
r 1 V4 ACRE near Country Club, nice building site.
Lawn Service I ; Down...Buy yourself som'e of the Countryside, Choose cleared *2Vt ACRE |olns Country Club beautiful tr_..

732-9408 Lawtey.Speclalizlng REALTY or wooded hay fields or planted pines. We have it AIL FOR *SARATOGA HEIGHTS: nice 38R 1BA, CB. CHI A. .

In: : SALE..In Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. *NEXT TO PARK an Church St.: Very attractive 2BR ISA, "well-built home.

Mowing : 964-7700 the Interest rate, and only 15% Reduced to $31.900. ,
With 10 Yrs. to pay at going I
,*COMPLETELY REMODELED: 3BR 1BA CHI A. celling fans and many other extras.
Flower Beds Lawn 393 N. Temple Ave.Vernle down you can buy 1 V4 to 3 Ac. parcels'or up to 60 Ac Owner Priced for quick sale. .

General MaintenanceLocal P. OdomBrok.r.GRI financed near Lake Butler or WortHington Springs. CALL FOR APPOINTAAENTTOSEE. *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on 301,165' frontage. Adjoins Econo Lodge.

... QUIET COUNTRY LIVING: 3BR 1BA+.QUIET COUNTRY LIVING: 3BR, 1BA
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References 'r > '
.Exc Thornton Associate ::
: I Joy '
HOMES WITH ACREAGE home, gredtroom with fireplace on 2 acres..Owner financing available.it .
CHERRY ST: 2 story home, has hod some remodeling could be restored
FoTXentj;; ,T..llor. oppx. 1 AC.. $XIUmo. Super fine home )with pool. Exf. Ig. pen .wlfr stone,fireplace. This very attractive beautifully. Also has Ig. CB building for versatile U... I
home 1 Ac. has low I lme! esrf role on First Mortgage that can
secluded a
on 2BR 1BA brick trees, a lovely horn with many
call now.Close to city llmlli of lake *BESSENT RD.,AREA; pecan. I
STARKE FLA. Small House >Apple. lac.In country be assumed by qualified' buyer. For oppt. .,:.. extras.plOslllOfl.
i Corner lot 3 BR 1 B. In City.Desired Butler. decorated. Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR.
.FOR SAU OR RENT I Ir t Area 3 BR 1 BA. assume Brick Home-In Town..3 AC..SPACIOUS.'"flreploces. beautifully Sales Manager Evenings 964-4048 I

Four 1200 q. ft bkfgs. $200" per I ,Mtg.Besiont. Investment REALTOR ASSOCIATES.
''month. Wool for-contractor*,. 'outor I Rd .3 BR 2 BA with 2.39 .3 BR home I block from Mairt St. lake Butler,Owner will finance. Priced"right. Irene .U Faulkner 964-3142 :. Ellse Johns' 533-2816

polr light mfg% ttorogo. lumberyard t tI iln Country 2 homes,exc. ac'l Terms negotiable. Owner, says SEll.. laftdscaped Rex Sterner 473-2120 .Susanne Kitchens 964-7630
Beautifully -
J J finance < .3 BR home On lovely country rood jus outside Raiford area 964-7525
I, machine shop.FOR ewner also shed Priced Bob Matthews. 964-7281 ,leu Young ,
1 Ac. Is partially fenced born and storage I.ncl "
INFO CALLt I Lawson Bldg much value for few Properly Carol Warner 9644997COMMERCIALRESIDENTIAL
dollars.Homestead. I to sell. Ready to mov.ln..Colitoday.
MCDOUGALLAUCTION ..2 ec. road frontage Moving to Alachua? Have nice home and 1 Ac. available. Owner moving oyt: :
I of Ready to sell '.Colt far appt.i laS Cornee tot with,beauliful. country, Rentals Available'.CaNI
CO.. INC. 'on two sloes LOOKING,...Ig.FOR barn LANDfI good land. .! sceneryall'o.'h.rood'mok or .. this home: ,a elig"tfula"ot' 'selh : .'. Werner.REALTOR AiSOC... "

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Keystone Heights .FOR SALE CARS TRUCKS 1985 LIBERTY SUPPA _. n

Ads,. l .... ) & BOATS 14 50;2 BR, 18*.SB900. ,
SHALLOW AND DEEP \
WELL PUMPSi PVC Bee Ray Couln lor bargains) Q
pipe and fitting. Water 0
softeners,
FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hat*.. 14 'FT. MALIBU with trailer, 55 h.p. SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC. -
473-4006 5/24 Ifnchg Chrysler, new battery, excellent condition US 301 North Starke, FL
KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS MUST SACRIFICE- Hammond 5000 series 1500. 4733044. Itchg 5/16 We buy & tell used home.
REALTY CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, organ with double keyboard, base 174 MERCEDES 240D Many ,extra, Thomas Jefferson's shoe size wa
Financing Available!
Rental Property Available kitchen -cabinet and trim carpentry. pedal and rhythm section, $795. Coll $6,500. VERY good condition. 473.7321 1212.LouAnn's .
I BR, t BA Lake Santo Fe. Unlurnhed.! Reasonable price' Call 473-4018 alter 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 or 3730321. Itchg 5/16 ((904)) 964 4414
No p.ts. $400 per month. 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg weekend for appointment to see. tin
t BR,2 BA -Gator bone lake.Completely stollotions.and 4.000 BTU WARD'S Window type air Subscribe Today I '
furnlihed. $400 per month and $400 conditioner Working condition. See It LAKE REGION MONITOR
Azalea
security deposit experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for operate $45. R. W Price 473-4089. 473-2210 & Blueberry Farm
OFFICE,, SPACE Keystone Center. Crolg. 5/17 tfnchg Itpd 5/16
Take,100 South towards take right on
Keystone,
HANDYMAN: All kind of home repair, 2 COMFORT GLOW kerosene
$200 month and $200: heaters.
deposit.per security mobllehome repair, and fix-up need $40 each: 1 large dresser $2S; 1 back 1985 CATALINA THRILLER 24th Street (Forsyth Road);;follow signs

I lit, FURNISHED efficiency cottage No |lob too imall. Minor plumbing window for Toyota truck, $25; 2 large 24x44, 3 8n, 2 BA. Plywood floors sMngl-
By week or month. repair Cleaning service. Light haul- ottomans, $25 each; 2 children's Judo ed
tool 13800.
pantry.
LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR. IBA unfurnish Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. outfits, $15 each; 473.2438 evenings NOW OPEN
5/17 tfnchg.FURNITURE See Ray Gouln for bargains!
475.2145 days. Elaine.
ed. $275 month Itchg 5/16
IN KEYSTONE per 2BR, IBA, unfurnished AND ANTIQUE refinishlng. 30 INCH Magic Chef go range, $25 SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC.US 'Tuesday Saturday 10 am 6 pm
Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac 4751416. Itpd 5/16 .
$225 per month. 301 North, StarKe. FL.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, 473-2521. tfnchg 12.CARMICHAEL'S 7-DIAMOND engagement/wedding .
We buy & sell used homes.
PAINTNG Interior, 964-7109
Llcan.eelReal Estate Broker 473-4961 r exterior ring eel Like new, $300. Call 473.3902
reference Call 473-7517 3/14 Jackie. Itchg 5/16 ''.' Financing Available!
6/21
tfnchg -
tfnchg CHEST FREEZER Good condition, $50. ((904)) 964-4414 All Nature Sings of Jesus
3 lit 2BA- Block house Lok.Geneva.
on PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt, ''
4733044. Itchg 5/16 .
Available May I. Central H/A,$400 .. ,
per mildew peeling paint from home, SOFA BED Wingback chair office I
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month. Call 473-7292.4/11 tfnchg driveway, mobile home. Call Rick chair, Newly Recovered. 4737500. ,
2BR FURNISHED Mobile home. No pets, 473-2452. 4tchg 4/2S-S/I6
Wallace Upholstery. Itpd S/16
Melrose area. $170 per month and FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE Refinishing.
1975 25 FT. Chateau travel trailer.
deposit. 1-684-6634. 5/16 tfnchg Stain, 'oil* polyurethene finishes.Caning. $3,200 firm. 4734148. Itpd 5/16 SHAPE i.
2BR LAKEFRONT On Twin lake Call Joanne 4732086. 4tpd 1973 PLYMOUTH Vol., 4 door PS/PB;
Keystone Height area. $300 a month
4/25-5/16 Formal! Super C tractor good rubber, "
plus deposit. 4733856. Itpd 5/16 PAM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing motor needs some work; 5 acres, .,
LAKEFRONT COTTAGE IBR, large Tilling Beach work. 4737607. 5/2 64x12 MH, CH/CA, fireplace. 6592689. INTOFOR .
screen porch boot dock, near tfnchg Itpd 5/16 THE SUMMER!
Keystone 473-4186. Itpd 5/16 KEYSTONE PLUMBING Repair sewer 8
VERMONT SUMMER.Rent 'luxurious condominiums drain cleaning 24 hour emergency ser BINGO SPARK SUNDAY 145 on Hwy 441

reasonable In the summer GREEN rate MOUNTAINSat Rent as LEARN vice. 4733209.TAXIDERMY 4tpd.5/2-5'23 Learn to mount tion 1 mile 2604 North NW past 74th Highway Place May Patrol 19 June Sta AEROBICS CLASSES 830930 a.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday. $20

Iowa. $800 a month. SUGARBUSH animals fish and birds for fun or profit. 2. 16,30.375.0251.5/9 Stchg 6/27 4 Week Session ,
VILLAGE R.E... Box 234; Warren VT Free Information 19047823547. 2tpd
05674. Toll Free 18004514326. 5/16.5/23 LAND FOR SALE & $28
AQC1ASIZE CLASSES 1 1000.11.00: a.m. Monday Wednesday Friday
1tFCAN 5/16
CHILD CARE In my home, pe.chool.nand ,
NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN Log older Close to KH schools. LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake 13500. 6.OO7.00: : p.m. Tuesday & Thursday $20
cabin for rent. Overlooking scenic 4737529. Itpd 516MOBILE Owner will finance. $164 per month. 6 Week Session
river. Cool comfortable, convenient. 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6
Hiking, fishing swimming and game HOMES LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready $15
on property. Many attraction close to move on. Power, well, septic and SLIMNASTICS CLASSES 1000.1100: : a.m. Tuesday & Thursday
byl I 13059434582. ItFCAN 9/16 fence. $7,000. 392-0985 or 3727294.Ask 515.: 6.00p.m.: Monday, Wednesday & Friday $20
1983 DW MOBILE HOME 24x56. for Linda. Stchg 5/2-5/30( 4 Week Session
WANTED 3BR/2BA. CH&A, furnished shingled NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND.
roof large front deck w/lakeview, opprox. Large acreage small acreage, cabins
1 excellent condition, FLEX 8:30-9:15a.m.: Tuesday & Thursday $15
WANTED TO RENT June I. 3 or more acre home DOCKERY LAND CO.. 114 Andrews STRETCH &
bedroom furnished home In Keystone. $36,000 with ossumable mortgage. S. Rd., Murphy N.C. 28906. Call CLASSES 4 Week SessionAll
Repsonsible adult with one child. Local Melton. 473.7741.4 tfnchg Toll Free 18003317947. 1tFCAN 5/16

tfnchg reference" 475-5613 evening. 4/18 classes begin May 20 & May 21. Classes may be cancelled if fewer than 10 people register.

WANTED TO BUY Pontoon boa*. GATOR II Registration fees are non-refundable after classes begin.
4733202. Itchg 5/16
WANTED Small boat with on 8 h.p. or U.S. 301 S. 964.4809 For more Information, call the BH Center for Health and Fitness at 964-4210
under motor In good condition. Call)
473-4073. Itpd 5/16 Open Mon. Sat. 8:30 to 6 p.m. l BH Center for Health and Fitness.
922 East Call Street \
HELP WANTEDMAN Your Local FRM Dealer Starke. FL 32091 '

BH Center lot Hrallh andFrtnett ((904)9644210) ;J.1f /
FOR LUMBER YARD Handling 't
--ExpansionFinally IB a member ol "t
lumber and building materials, truck Santa Fe Heallhcate System, y
driving, some counter sale*, tome Inc.a Florida not for profit r .
maintenance work. Permanent with CompleteWe healthcare corporallon., >
opportunity for advancement. Write to '\( ITA\ l.
Now Have 50% More
P. O. Box 364. Lake Geneva FL 32660. .. ,,1 f- -

,WOULD 2tchg 5/9-5/16 LIKE A VOLUNTEER to Installold Store SpaceTo
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window In homes in Starke that Serve r---- ,

have none. We just put new window \J ._
in our house 473-2438 evening. A You Better __ '" f1 -
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SUBSTITUTE MOTHER To get kid off to 'We to J.
are
school and do household chore Startat ready \
S a.m. to 11 a.m. Must have own ride the /-f- \
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transportation 4734073. References. !.... \
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.h I llgM knowledge' of autamQbtle! *,:,S3.7V. ., I I I I I I I I I
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LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE Must have
own transportation. Call evening SLASHED to the BoneOur

473-4939. Itpd 5/16 "A Little Out of the Way, A Lot Less to Pay... "

NOTICE expanded store allows us to carry a larger inventory .

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted of feed. You'll find our large paved area and Clark's Meat & Groc.

flce In to writing the lake and Region paid In Monitor advance of. loading dock allows our people to serve you quickly \.. -/

unless credit I I. already establishedwith & I -
this office.MONITOR courteously. 496.2183 We Carry
SR 231 Lake Butler -
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD IQs
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN QUANTITY DISCOUNT fOO\\S1a A Full Line
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER .OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY 7 to 7
THE TELEPHONE. -
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Classified deadline is Tuesday noon AVAILABLEWe .

prior to Thursday publication. .n. ...' 'n. 'TIn..n.'............my
Minimum charge is words for$2.75, Encourage You to Use Them USDA CHOICE ,.
then I 10 cents for each word thereafler.MISCELLANEOUS CHUCK ROAST 99 Lb. _

Get Ready for Hay Season C: SMOKED

CHUCK STEAK 1 29 Lb:!

PAC RAT- Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture 9,000 Ft. Hemp 9,000 Ft. Nylon PICNICS ._ :

appliance, household Items, Baling Twine Baling Twine RIB STEAK 1.89lb. ,.
collectable, old ,
glassware (fewerly
tool, etc.473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 Reg. 18.50 Sale '16.50 Reg 24.00 Sale 21.70 1.69Lb. 67CLb..
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Allan's Office Supplies & Printing Co. '. ..,:; Smoked

Bradford County Schools .
mll A ";rev. ,' t I. Leg Qtrs
Bradford County Sheriff's Department : -IW'
:6. Slab Bacon
: ,, Bradford Hospital. Auxiliary, .' 4 : ,. p ,
Boy Scouts f' .. )}
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Obituaries -.. eIII D_(..=. ......tgrandchildren t/n 4lllil c+ tlatar. lAtllp+Hltttl, .c1l4l IIIII, .CMIIII C'4I11 : c /lalYt+ II4IIIIJI C N09 1 I TO THE PUBLIC ..1, < '*

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: Card of Thanks
Richard Slater '. Marie S.; Rossi
Richard Morris Slater, 52, died Funeral services were held at 3:30: Marie S. Ingenlath Rossi, of ':. Loyd James Bryan, Sr.;' family Pollard, businesses Bradford Telegraph.
Allie W.
Thursday, May 2, after a sudden il- p.m. Wednesday, May 15, at the Air Largo, died Monday, May 6. May 16,1978 We, the of WPXE, the Police Department,and
lness. Employed by DuPont as an Park Baptist Church of Starke, with Born in Cannes,France, Ms.Rossi Its been seven years ago today, wish to express our who deepest members of the community; for
Associate Engineer, Mr. Slater was Rev. Leroy Olive and Rev. Walter moved to Largo from Brooklyn, Since God came and took you gratitude to all I the friends pro-and helping us to have a successful fund
moving to Starke from New Lee officiating.Burial was in Crosby N.Y. in 1977.Survivors, a way.. vided food, flowers, money raiser for the crippled and burned
Johnsonville, Tenn.,where he Shad Lake Cemetery under the directionof Include one daughter, Words cannot describe the love prayers during our time of bereave- 'children in this area. '
lived for the past two years. ?lie was Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Adele V. Ingenlath of Largo. you left behind; ment. Tanner We are blessed with a community'that
born in Ellenville, New York on.Mav Starke. Cremation services were held in Strength, courage and a heart so Special thanks to Archie and Rev believes in our work;, and en-
26, 1932. Clearwater. : and staff and Dr. Cienki Joys helping crippled children walk,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. John B. Murphy Card of ThanksWe ind.We miss and forever love you, E.G. Harvey and Rev. Ben Bryantfor and burn children get well.
Mardell Slater of New Johnsonville, John Bert Murphy, 82, of Starke, to thank Rev. James I>ad. the beautiful service.&Whitaker Thank you, Starke, Bradford, and
Tenn.; two daughters, Mrs. Karen died Wednesday morning May 8, at wish Archie Tanner Funeral .. Your Family The Eddlngs Families surrounding areas for your
Slater and Kimberly Slater both of the Veterans Hospital following an Saunders and, who extended support...without it, we could not
Boundbrook, N.J. extended illness. Home everyone help the kids.
; two sons; Kirk the loss of our
Slater and Dennis Slater, also of Born and raised in Kentucky, Mr. their loved kindness during h/itf thestr ......I..C =:':; May God bless you one and all!
Boundbrook, N.J.; one brother, Carl Murphy moved to Bradford County, one.The Family of J.B. MurphyCLEANING Frank Bowen,Scribe
Slater of Coldbrook, N.Y.,; one where he worked and retired as a Starke Shrine Club

sister, Nellie Dulaff of Liberty, guard with the Florida Surplus I ''Vrl ltlrlltr ....,, .... ..... .... .. .. ..., _. .. .. ..... .... c.... .. .,..<'.. ..n.'. .. ,-........' .. ,...h.. .. .. '"" \
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N.Y.; and his stepmother, Mrs. Fanny Development. Mr. Murphy served in ,".. -'. ". .". ..'". ." '. .... .... ...c ..,.". "" T . 'oo.., .. ... ._' '"
Slater.. the U.S. Army during World War II
Memorial services were held in and received the Purple Heart; was
Clayville, New York. Jones Funeral a member the Disabled Veterans
Home of Starke was in charge of ar Chapter No. 61, and"was also a i'Terwiliegar"'ltn
rangements.Mrs.. member of Bethel Baptist Church.
Survivors include one son, Joe {M
Ann Foster Murphy of Zephyrhills, Fla.; one .,
.daughter, Edith Oakley of El Paso, .\ J. iv
Ann
Mrs. Lucile Dennard Foster
66, of Keystone Heights, died Thurs-, .Texas; two stepdaughters, Dolores ..-::
day, May 9 at her residence after a Morgan and Betty Lee of Starke,and .
long illness. Born in Lake two sisters who live in Ohio. A A :
City on
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Funeral services were held at 11' CD O" I
November 21, 1918. Mrs. Foster &
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moved to the Keystone Heights area a.m. Saturday, May 11, at the chapel ; 'I\\\e ,ff'''.' 'i"
at Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
in 1952. Mrs. Foster was a housewifeand .
Starke, with Rev. James Saunders
a homemaker and the former
owner of the Keystone Department Lake officiating. Burial under was the in directionof Kingsley : :
Store. She was also a member of St. Cemetery :1
Williams Catholic Church. Starke.Archie Tanner Funeral Home of VACATION :

Survivors include her son, Major I
Michael W. Foster of Washington.
D.C.; a stepmother Mrs Tommie .. .!
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Dennard of Jacksonville one I '. '
brother and eight sisters one of
them being Mrs. Betty Morelente of / With this LTD Country Squire Wagon ,
Hts. five .
Keystone ; grandchildrenand
two great grandchildren. Loaded With All Options Available '. >,

Funeral at St. Williams services Catholic were held Churchat Monday 'Ariq Many innovations EQUIPMENT have been On Wagons. .,, (,, ;I '' ,I:
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10 a.m. with the Father Michael made in machines used for cleanIng rAwi- aV 1 ...... :ii'i.it'
Williams officiating. Burial followedin carpet. Many earlier model 'I/1 <* ,' ," '1"M
the Keystone Hts. Cemetery. I. vacuum cleaners were not 0.0, ;
Jones Funeral Home of KeystoneHts. designed to clean shag carpet. $3 .00"0' "" :5 t
was in charge of the arrangements the 1 t
Shag carpet appeared on 0 ,"" ; '
market and received wide acceptance : '., :
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Ernest Grider but developed a reputationof
Ernest Grider, 79, of Starke, died being hard to clean. ____ "
Saturday, May 11, at his home Sleep With Your This was not the fault of the -b" v Discount. :
following an extended illness. carpet. Sweepers and cleaners
Born and raised in Cookville Contact Lenses? had to be redesigned to handle ,.1
Tenn.,Mr. Grider was the son of the hard surface floors, short fiber :
late Jessie and Zellie Rector Grider, Now with the This done,
you can, carpet, and shags. was
former pioneer residents of Ten- and now shag carpet is easily You'll have more' fun :
soft lenses sale
nessee. He moved to Starke in 1947 new on
where he had since resided. Mr. cleanable with modern equipment ,I in "
Grider was employed by the Higman now. traveling .
House Moving Company in Jackson- Extended Wear '89 Many innovations have also Sherrod Ford
ville as a carpenter until his retire- been made by the carpet I' a .. '
ment and was a member of the Air Daily Wear '69 manufacturers. Come by today '1. '
Van. ,
Park Baptist Church in Starke. and look over the many new offerings Conversion ,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. carpet. HlVTop
Adel Box Grider of Starke; two sons Reduced for Summer Fun. &'Reg;.Roof Line]
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Henry Grider of Lake Wales, Fla.
and Percy A. Grider of Battle Creek, The Eyeglass Store Teal Tile -
Mich.; two step-sons, Carl Byrd of
Starke and Jasper Byrd of Hampton CJ\JJ & Carpet

Williamson; one step-daughter of Hampton Mrs.(lhrcc Jo._ lN. Cherry: St. A l E
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and Mrs. Pearl Dotson ol Georgia; 964.7423
seven grandchildren and nine great

((2)) 1985 LINCOLN MARK VII

Ford Motor Co. Brass Hat 1982 BUICK PARK AVENUE

Sold New '24,681 4-Dr. Sedan. Loaded. Only 29,000 Mi.
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1985 LINCOLN TOWN CAR 1984 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
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Sold New '23,694 Save BIG On This One $14,98800NOW

$18,88800'n

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; ; i itry REGENCY BROUGHAM All Options SEDAN& Clean As Hew.


4-Dr., Loaded W/Options. Only 30,000 Mi. Sold New '18450.

SAVE -- $10,58800 NOW $13,98800

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