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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 23, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Clothes, Food...? r '1 )" Next Friday

Clothes and canned foot stuffs are 4
needed to be sent to Palm Coast )'1 ,
counties where over 200 homes 1
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were burned by wild forest fires. "
Items donated locally can be For 200 SeniorsAll
brought by the Heilbron Springs
Fire Station located five miles west

of Starke on CR-16 at McCarthy's 200( Bradford High seniors will Watson of SUirko, has a grade point
Garage, or the Heilbron firemen Hy participate! in graduation average nf 3 .;r>8r>
will pick up food if notified at + y t o ceremonies set next Friday, May 31, Dawn Yolanda Scott daughter of
phone 964-7026. at 8 p.m. in the loo thai I stadium Mr and Mrs Jimmy Scott of
The Heilbron Fire Volunteer Lawtey, with a grade point averageof
Dept. realizes how much the fire 1 Uehra (Gianoulis anchor on Chan :3.53GO is the only other high honors

departments in that area have .. nel 4 (fWJXT television news! will graduate, meaning they have a
worked to contain the fires, and is ; .,, be
the guest speaker. grotto point average of 3.5 or higher.
trying to help relieve the situation. The 19! honor graduates, with
Goods collected here will be sent to n- J /ifl' Salutatorian Kay Lynne Watson grade point average between :3.0 and

Jacksonville where fire departments ...... will give the welcoming address.! 3.49, are Marion Kay Allen, Brenda
are collecting goods to be ..... Valedictorian Stephanie Koddmg Bawt-k. Sarah E. Benefield, Philip
shipped at one time. 4 .W q will deliver the farewell address.' Glenn Crews, Issam Mohamad

Any type of clothes, shoes, or any Daoud, Christine F'. Dickinson, John
other personal items for people who ,> Tonia Parks will give the opening David Francis, Nancy Susan Grider,
have lost everything when their prayer. Rhonda Louise Sapp, president i- Martha Jane Underwood, Joelle
home burned. Bradford residents r of the Class of 1985 will give the Marie Innocent, Karen Marie

are reqeusted not to send money. opening remarks.All Kimutis, Connie Dianne Moody,
Any support from Bradford :f'II Ir Tonia Lechelle Parks, Tanja Helen
residents will be appreciated, says 7. senior class members, whether Rigby Alan C. Rogers, Curtis Alexis
Chairman and Director Terry Mc- or not they have completed work fora Sanders, Sue Ellen; Smith, Donald
Carthy of the Heilbron VFD. diploma, will march with the Classof Roger Thornton, Jr., Catherine Noel
1985, a change from past pro- Zambito.
cedure.In Class officers are Rhonda Louise
Chorus Concert... case of rain, the ceremonies Sapp, president; Marion Kay Allen,
willbe moved to the BHS
vice-president Wendy McDougald,
Starke Elementary Chorus under ;
auditorium. and Dawn Yolanda Scott
the direction of LaVon Drivas will secretary ,

present its spring concert at 7:30: ;4 a The valedictorian of treasurer.
: 1985, Class flower is the red rose. Class
p.m.the Bradford tonight (Thursday School, May 23)) in Stephanie Redding, daughter of Mr. song: "Let's Go Crazy." Class colors -
High and Mrs. Lonnie Redding of : scarlet and gray.
auditorium. ..
Admission is free.
Theresa, has a 3.9048 grade point Class motto is: "Time is not
.. for her four work. measured by the of
Quiche Luncheon... .. average years passing years
Salutatorian Kay Lynne Watson, but b> what one does... feels... andachle'es.
The UMW will sponsor a Quiche daughter of Rev. and Mrs George ."

Luncheon Friday, May 24, in fi'f
Fellowship Hall on North Walnut -
Street in Starke. I New Phone Access ChargeTo :

For a $2.50 donation you will be ,1.t .
served quiche, a side fruit salad
and available tea or coffee. Dessert will be : Cost Residents $1/Month/ I


Choral Concert... t\s.f'J. The second step in the Federal plan).
I Communications Commission'sFCC '
The Bradford High School According to CONTEL's: state
( ) "access charge" plan begins
Scott Chesbro
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Chorus, under the direction of Don { )
ur June 1 n telephone customers charges were designed the FCC.. to
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Hardy, will present a choral revue ; !
across the country begin paying their be paid by all consumers and
of the American Broadway local phone company $1 per month for businesses as part of their regular
hit musical Broadway featuring shows.28 songs from 21. Big Performance... connection to the telephone network. monthly phone bills. The fees help
Under the terms of the FCC's order for the cost of the line that links
The will be K.MS Bund Director James Peronto leads the received an unprecedented standing ovation from pay
presented
program Bradford Middle School Band the $1 l fee applies to except homes and offices to the national
Tuesday May 28, at 8 p.m. in the award-winning the crowd on hand at the Florida State Contest everyone;
BHS auditorium.The through another fine performance as the unit earlier this year to go along with their straight business customers with more than telephone network.
Bradford Middle School pta c'd their final concert of 1!.H.:> for an audience of superior ratings one telephone line. That group of
Chorus will also perform. admiring parents and supporters. Fur more on the band see our U-section. customers have been paying a $6-per- "Before the breakup of the Bell
Admission is $2 for adults, The band boasts two All-State Band members and line access charge each month since System much of this cost was included -
children under 12 years of age will May li)84!) (step one of the FCC's in long distance rates," he said.

be admitted free.Auditions. .


The Bradford.Community.; State Mandated Academic Skills Made School Board Policy I

Players will be holding auditions eI
Monday, June 3, from 7 to 10 p.m. "You remember that book, don't legislature's effort to bring stan- technician, groundskeeper and two year, for a net increase of 6.5 positions printing clerk, custodian.
for the up-pcomming production of you? The one about 3'/z inches thick dards back into education. A studentcan trades helpers. Number of N-I employees in Supt.\ Duncan assured the school
"My Fair Lady." and 1,000 pages," said Supt. Jim no longer be passed because he's "We've got to do something. other schools remained the same. board the new positions will not be
For further information call Duncan, trying to remind Bradford sweet, he must master a sufficient Leonard's been working a skeleton Supt.! Duncan said there is a rather filled unless money is available.
Laurie Conti, 9648498.Upcoming. school board members of the perfor- number of the standards, now BHS crew and it shows," said Mrs. radical departure from some of the School officials do not yet know how
mance standards now required by principal and former veteran school Spengler.School. positions the county office has had much money the system will receivefor
state law for high school courses. superintendent Tom Casey told the board member Judy the past 8-10 years. For instance, the 1985-86, but should learn within
... The new curriculum framework school board two weeks ago in Becker asked, "Will this do the district office now has an executive the next few weeks as state
The Florida Folk Festival is on supplied by the Department of preparing the board for the standards job?" secretary finance officer, payroll legislators are forced to make their
tap this weekend, May 24-26, at Education was unanimously rubber "It will help...," replied Register. officer, secretary II, 4 secretary I's, annual decision on the state budget.
Stephen Foster Memorial at WhiteSprings. stamped and made part of the policyof "It's your school system... and, if 2 paraprofessionals, and 2 half-time
Bradford fiddler W.B. the Bradford School Board. The More Maintenance...? you expect us to handle it we've got custodians. The new line-up calls fora Summer Program...
McKinney will perform Sunday at thick book outlines the skills which After hearing at every school site to have people to do it with", and secretary to the superientendent 4 The district summer school program
3:30 p.m. must be learned next year for a stu- meeting that maintenance items requested some dollars to go with them. administrative secretaries, a dates approved are June 17 to
Graduation for the Class of 1985 dent to pass a high school course. had not been done, the One and a half new non- payroll/personnel specialist, a August 2, with no classes scheduledthe
is set next Friday, May 31, at 8 The new standards, now used in school board Monday night, May 20, instructional positions are recom- receptionist/records clerk, 3 finance week of July 15.
p.m. in the football stadium. elementary schools, are just gettingto approved adding seven positions to mended for the district office. The assistants, an audio visual clerk, a High school hours for the summer
The annual Junior-Senior foot- the middle and high school levels. the maintenance staff, including a vo-tech will have two fewer non- finance officer, and three half-time Skills..P.3A)
ball game is set Friday night; May It's all part of the state painter, energy officer/HVAC instructional positions this school positions of data entry operator, (See )

24, at 8 p.m. at the stadium.
The Bradford Zoning Board

meets Tuesday, May 28, Streets
Move To Cle
Many local stores, most public DevelopersIn ;ar
buildings, and banks will be closed New School Bus Routes
for Memorial Day this Monday,
May 27. It might save time and

: energy, if going to a particularstore ProposecA 1301-N Sho ping Centerat
i to phone to see if it is open. ) Due May 30-June TrialA
I I The big stores, Winn-Dixie, Pantry
i i Pride, Eckerd's, TG&Y will be shopping center may be built on The city's action in vacating the the. old Bradford County courthouse
I open. 10 acres on the north end of US 301 streets allows the development to No new school bus routing system will be tried out May 30 to June 5,
formerly owned by Doug Hardy. proceed, but no date was discussed purchase price has been made the last days of the 1984-85; term.
S Beautification. for construction.The public by the parties involved in the The Bradford School Board 20
On .. The city commission approved land sale. Monday night, May approved a planto
Tuesday night, May 21, a request allow five "practice days" for new bus schedules that may be Implemented -
"Bradford County Growing More city also vacated a street in The street named either Clark
from developers Gene and next year.
and the Old Milligan the downtown are so that a land Street or Adams Street extends
, Beautiful Every Day"
Roger Jones to close the platted Idea is to elminate the time elementary students spend waiting for
transaction between Lucille Green southward
t 1902 Courthouse is the inscription streets in that area, located across and Santa Fe from the bank and First school to take in after buses arrive and the time they spend waiting
I on car tags and bumper stickers. from the Kentucky Fried Chicken Community College Commissioner after school dismisses for buses to pick them up, and to relieve some
be
could .
completed.A
! The tags and bumper stickers are restaurant. Charles Schaefer overcrowded conditions.
j on sale at the Chamber of Com- Attorney Bill Gordon of Melrose street right-of-way exists bet agreed that the land should be deeded Morning buses may run a little earlier but will pick up students for
l I merce office or from members of explained that closing the streets, ween Jefferson and CaU streets nextto to the college but insisted that the the elementary, middle and high school on about the same schedule as
i: the Highway Beautification Com- which had never been opened, the Bradford Telegraph building. Jefferson city maintain access to ally from now for most students. There may be individual exceptions.
mittee: Reggie Flynn, Beveraly Street to the back of the classes at and Brooker will begin at
I wouldn't cause harm to any adja- That 60-foot strip is technically own Street Elementary Lawtey, Hampton
t McGee, Norman Donn, or Christy > cent property owners.A ed by the city, according to City Attorney Call and buildings for garbage 7:45 a.m. and dismiss around 2 p.m. In Starke elementary school
I Torode. preliminary drawing of the Terry Brown. Santa Fe wantsto pickup utility easements.The classes will begin at 8 a.m. and dismiss at 2 p.m. High school and mid-
Funds raised will be used in the development was shown to the city have that parcel deeded along commissioners agreed with dle school classes will begin at 8:05: a.m. and end at 3:05: p.m.
beautification of median strips on Schaefer and will deed that portionof afternoon buses will students home at 2
commissioners, but Milligan with the Green property to completethe land In the transport elementary
the
US-301. wouldn't say what size the buildings transaction which will provide next to the Telegraph pm., then return about 3 p.m. to transport students home from the
would be or what business might be parking for the planned college site building, but retain the remainder of middle school, high school and vo-tech school.In .
Call St. Survey... located there.Lawtey. the parcel for city use. the afternoon, some elementary students will have to learn to ridea
Results of the historical and different bus than they came to school on in the morning. Parents
survey of Call Street and the proposed will also have to make arrangement for some elementary children
nomination of this 128-year. CouncilThe Agrees to CrossMonday ling Guard Dealburse who will arrive home before their older siblings.
old district to the National Registerof There are drawbacks as well as advantages, Supt. Jim Duncan
Historic Places will be presented pointed out, but hopefully things can be worked out. The trial runs will
half
tonight (Thursday, May 23) at 7 Lawtey City Council readily night, May 6, at the regular you for Mrs. Spengler show up the problems, Duncan hopes.
meeting of the council. explained. Transportation Director Lennard Register said the plan will'cost
p.m. in the Starke Woman's Club. accepted a proposal by School Board
to teach these
guards more because of the double runs. One more bus will be required.
about Incorrect date last
(Sorry Chairwoman Patricia Spengler to
something about traffic control and
Register pointed out that because of the earlier afternoon bus runs,
week.The Editor) hire school guard and "
crossing
The will be conducted a "We would now like to have a the basics of traffic Mrs. Spenglersaid. teachers on field trips will have to return to school by 1:30: p.m. ,
meeting by the .
split cost."Thank When asked when these guards .
Paul Weaver, preservr'ionspecialist crossing guard posted one hour Presently, some elementary students in outlying areas arrive for
with Historic before school and one after after iwould be hired, Mrs. Spengler school 30-45 minutes before classes begin. Best time for them to learnis
Inc. of who Properties has school. We have agreed with the City [stressed the importance of early in the morning, it was pointed out.
St.Augustine
ducted the over, the con- you, city council and of Starke to pay? $6 hourly for these timeliness in this issue, and said she Duncan said overcrowding on many buses will be reduced by the
three months.survey See 4A for past police chief, for taking care of two hours daily. We ask that the City had personally pushed this par plan, if it wo.ks. in practice as it does on paper.
more information.page Lawtey school children for the these pay the crossing guard, then bill us ticular issue through as soon as --
past years," Mrs. Spengler began (the school board) and we will reim- possible

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Page 2A .TELEGRAPH May 23, 1985

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Cost-Sharing Proposal for Dalewood Street Paving Under Study by City

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City commlsafpn.ers;, are studying a any more," Newman told the coun Crosby questioned if such a moveis Newman's offer over the Commis- .Awarded the lowest of four con posed revitalization plans for
cil. institutions to"menci"J11oney legal, and out there sioner Charles Schaefer investigate at 7 Monday,May 21,.
cost-sharing proposal by developer Lending prefer pointed are a to struction bids on a 40 by 200 foot downtown p.m.
,and.JnstalK on homes on paved lot of other dirt streets in the city. and asked city attorney warehouse building for the city prior to the council meeting at the invitation ,
Ronniendwmanpav n Glendale"*i, treets, Newman said. Newman pointed out that"Nobody Terry Brown to determine if such a maintenance yard, in which the of Downtown Progress Com
iOn on u t't Newman first proposed to do the' is up here beating the door down to move by the city is legal. city's purchasing agent and garage mittee Chairman John Miller.
the north side of CR-16 in-west ?work,which said would cost close to pay for paving them either." will be housed under one roof. Local
Starke. &! I,!$30,000, If the''commission"would Dalewood was platted before the The proposal drawn up by the city contractor G.K. Ely is low bidder at .Approved a $14,700 change orderto
At the May 21 meeting a proposal,'. r waive the city S : .of$550 city's current regulations were involves using the impact fee paid $49,666. N. Florida Fence& Pool bid the J.L. Malone Company's con-
was discussed which will be offeredto perJIot for the 20 Crab; $ opposed adopted which require developers to by Newman to pay for part of the $50,000, Richard C. Brown bid tract to added four more concrete
Newman. Commission Jimmy 'Jr.. pave streets and provide water and cost of paving and installing water $67,116, and S.L. Construction and utility poles, in place of wooden
Newman wants the street paved establishing a precedent by sewer service. Ordinarily, the city and sewer lines.City Attorney Terry Remodeling bid$71,000. ones, on the east side of the power
and city services available becuasethe waiving fees suggesting instead would have to bear the entire cost of Brown was asked to present the information plant. .
lots he owns will be more that the city pay part of the'cost paving a street in such a subdivisionas to Newman.In Accepted the only bid received,
valuable and more saleable. equal to the impact fees. Dalewood. $1,431 from Jax Ford Tractor Co., Agreed with city clerk Neil
"Nobody want to live on a dirt road That was all right with. Newman.=. Mavnr Bobbv Biggs turned n hpr the council: for a rotary bush hog mower Tucker's suggestion to borrow

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for three old vehicles the city was system renewal and to build the new
f selling as junk. "There goes our warehouse.
practice vehicles," Commissioner Tucker explained the city has
+ .4 Charles Schaefer told Fire Chief funds to pay for the two projects but
Dwayne Hardee. is drawing interest on its certificatesof
deposit than it will pay on the
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first-ever "dinner theatre" and the students, faculty, and staff of
Brooker Elementary School presenting an outstanding program of
Broadway hits was a sold-out event of last Friday and Saturday night,
May 17-18. in the school cafetorium.-11. .. -
A combined number featuring 5th and 6th graders and staff was Tradition ,
from Fiddler on the Roof. Brooker's own fiddler on the roof was se- "
cond grader Amber Combs, playing her violin.
Other songs from Fiddler on the Roof were Matchmaker with Christina
Bath, Amy Crews, Hollie Stafford, and Kesiah Manning. BE PrincipalBill r -r.
McRae sang If I Were A Rich Man. wr.'t '-- n
The staff also entertained with Never Say No from the Fantastiques.The : s
third and fourth graders thrilled the audience with their renditionof '4 ,, rL.
Oklahoma Consider Yourself' from Oliver and 76 Trombones from
The Music Man.
The younger children presented Happy Talk from South Pacific, ft- : v
Tomorrow from Annie, and with the help of Martha and Megan Pillow, '7 if't.
Getting to Know You from The King and I. Josh Crawford delighted Poulciw ;
everyone with Doin What Comes Natur'lly.The .
Sound of Music was a popular musical with the 5th and 6th graders S 's
presenting Do Re Me Edelweiss My Favorite Things from that hit. S.
The dinner-theatre sold out by the middle of the week before the prfor- Model 2000 fi
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I Dwayne Hardee Wants to Improve eFight rs' ImageStarke's ") ..4, lily

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Fire Chief Dwayne w twice each month to practice handling 1 tt', ,of!'

Hardee, on the job Just a month now, !f&r v;, ; equipment and working
looks forward to his new job with en- together.
thusium and plans to improve the .J F.r
firefighters image. f. .1.1I Former Chief Lewis...

"Our ultimate goal and concern Is I t+ Former Chief Bobby Lewis will remain -
the welfare of the people in the com- with the department on sick
munity," says Hardee, who praisesthe e1'f leave for the next 10 months. Doctors

good group of men in the depart- recently said Lewis should be 9 v
ment. considered totally disabled becauseof tiwuwx.

"First and foremost," he said, h deterioration of his spinal cord.
"the department must provide the The disease keeps Lewis from functioning
best possible prevention of fires and as a firefighter.

protection of the property and perSons Lewis had been chief for five years .. u "
when a fire strikes. and joined the department 17 years
"We'll be pushing educational
ago.Lewis
courses for our firefighters to said he had enjoyed his

upgrade the readiness of our personnel years with the Fire Department and Commissioner Schaefer Needs Donations for Veterans Memorial... '
," he said. Only two of the eight especially the people. "I wish I could
men now employed are over 30 years have made two more years," said Commissioner Charles Schaefer poses with the large cost of $1,700.Donations .
old, which gives the group plenty of Lewis. granite stone erected on the gun mount on US-301-S at a are being asked. ,from the public. \.
for the said Hardee. "Some I feel and < -
energy job, Hardee days good some 0>
"Today's firefighter has to be a Dwayne days I feel terrible," said Lewis. He-
'Jack-of-all-trades; with a good Starke's New Fire Chief plans to fish, travel and just take it Awards Ceremony Set.,
working knowledge of building construction easy now that he has been forced in-
vehicle extraction procedures cording to Hardee. to retirement. Dedication ceremonies are set at 10 a.m. Monday wards Road at 8 p.m.
,and the for contain- The department will move for "1 really appreciate the May 21, for the new memorial to veterans of all bran Law enforcement awards will be presented to
process
ing blazing hazardous materials. ward with 'pre-fire planning' by in I received from the fire cooperation fighters, ches of the armed services. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Clark I.. William:
Starke is growing rapidly. New specting buildings in the city, draw- regulars and volunteers, while I City commissioner American Legion Post 56 Bradford County Sheriff's Department InvestigatorDon
buildings line three heavily-traveled ing maps of each location, locating served as chief," said Lewis. "I also member diaries Schaefer is the driving force behinderc.ting Denton,. and Starke Police Department Investigator
highways and freight trains carry power supplies, gas supplies, noting would like to thank Charlie Schaeferfor the cannon and the stone with the Insignia of Richard A. Bennett.
ing all kinds of cargo pass through special hazards and locating power his support in getting the equip- the Army, Navy Marines,Air Force, Coast Guard, and Educational awards will be received by Charles
town, creating special conditions for supplies,gas supplies, noting special ment we needed." Seabees Hall, assistant principal at Bradford High! School; San
which the firefighters have to be hazards and locating the closest Mayor Bobby Biggs will unveil the stone. Stone cutter dy Smith BUS instructor; Charles M. Ball, BUS band
prepared.By water supply. Raymond Durban engraved the insignia on the director; Ernest E. Tanner, vo-tech school 11 VAC
understanding building con 'Firefighting is no longer a matterof granite memorial technician; Adele Mitchell, BMS health education. instructor
struction, the firefighter knows_how' putting wet on red," said Hardee. New Firefighter... Commissioner Schaefer Is asking donations from the ; Willie Mae Randolph, special education
a building will burn hra fire, saIdHal't Jeffery Harpe of the Keystone public to pay the 1,700 cost of the stone. teacher at SE; Gail Cook, kindergarten teacher at UK.;
i!." That's important to the Volunteers Heights-Melrose area has been hiredas and Carolyn Folsom, fifth grade teacher at I.E.
firefighter's safety as well as his Drill Regularly., firefighter in Starke. Tuesday :May 28. Commander Robert L. Brown of Colonel R.C. Korman USMC. NAS Cecil ..Field will
ability to fight the fire. Hardee also works with the 15 Harpe, 19, is certified with 240 American Legion Post 56 will present letters of appreciation receive an award for past participation in Aincric.in
Some firefighters are attending volunteer firemen who provide hours minimum standards training, in a ceremony at the Post 56 home on Ed- Legion Veterans Day activities.

training sessions to gain certification backup for the professionals. The he brings the force up to eight full _. .'..00-;: ....." . ,y .' -. ... -
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program will be five hours max cracks in the pavment. Agreed to contract with Starke \ ( ft.\ :! t.t : )., ;tj, ), J

imum. Elementary school will go and Lawtey, and any other "';'- ,. .. 1 :.lI ,' :' ', .' '. ',;.. "
four hours from 8 until Heard architect Don Morgan '11. -if \ ,, .. //1..1-1" 'r .. \. "
a.m. noon. municipalities in the county if requested ,_" I : -; :, ;""''It> '" ,. ,,'< :\
It will take 15 students for a classto report that the rebuilding construction to pay half the cost of \ -
be held, said Supt.Jim Duncan. "I of burned out BHS Phase I is school crossing guards. SUPER SERIES
don't want to skirt the issue, but we ahead of schedule. The building is .: BELTED
are talking funding," Supt. Duncan 2/3 complete in little over half of the Asked attorney Brown to secure ROADMARK PS II MARK GAP "CHARGER
told the school board. If the numbersto 180 days allowed for completion, from Gainesville Flooring Companya GREAT TRACTION WET OH DRY!
pay a teacher are not there, the Morgan said. The Board agreed to signed statement saying the com FIURGLASS-IELTED RADIALP15580R13 RAISED WHITE LETTERS OUTLINE

course won't be taught, said Supt. pay Triest Construction Co. $194,822on pany is no longer interested in com- $3195
Duncan. the job when the money is received pleting its contract to install carpet $3095 / .

Elementary students can attend from the insurance company. in Starke Elementary. The firm left t 65/808-13 $3695 P205/B70-14/ ( 41.95 P225/B70-15 47.95
summer school for remedial work if the job at SE in 1983 without com :
a functional problem is identified 45 Approved a new calendar for the pleting the work. School officials & 3:36.95 P215/B70-14/ ( 43.95 P235/B70-1549.95

days prior to school ending. 85-86 term, set to begin Aug. 26 for they prefer deal with a different P19575B14.35.95P20575B14.37.95/ P175/80R/ -13. 39.95 P225/B70-14/ 48.95 P255/B70-15 51.95!

Summer schools will be offered at students, Aug. 20 for elementary firm to complete the SE work / P185111OR-13./ 42.95 .
SB SS, LE (for pre-school handicap- teachers, and Aug. 21 for high school 11 P21517S/ 14.31.15 95/75R-14.44.95 60 SERIES.
P235/B60-14./ ,
pea), BHS, and the vo-tech center. and vo-tech teachers. Recognized two retiring P205/75R-14.45.95 .47.95
P22517SB-14/ CO.95
P245/B60-14./ .50.95
teachers, ag advisor Paul Hutchins,
Meeting Date Changed... Was told by architect Al Dompe 32 years in the system, and history P215/75B-15.38.95/ P205/75R-15.48.95 P215f15R.15'Cg'g5 P235/860-15./ .52.95

The board authorized and approved that it will take drainge work and a instructor Hilda Day, a registerednurse P22517SB-15/ .39.15 P275/B60-15./ .58.95
advertising changing its regular civil engineer's design work to correct who switched to teaching 15 P23517S"! / .'N.H." P22S75R15.50.95P23575R15.51.95 60 i 70 Senes FUduls
June meeting from June 17 to June the water problem on the BHS years ago. .444, Aviate at Competitive Was
24. Chairwoman Patricia Spenglersaid track. Dompe said the track area is .WITH TRADE .WmtTRAtt* WITH TRADE
the meeting conflicted with extremely low, which worsens the Recognized BHS outstanding WHITtWAlLStlUBELESS WHI1EWAUs.TUSflfSS r WHITCWAUS TUBELESS

summer conference of the Florida problem. Dompe said the contractor basketballer Daren Chandler, a first
School BoaI'd Association.The Watson Const. Co., had no con- team Class 2A selection in 1985. rOIL -
board also approved a special trol over the limerock and asphalt Chandler has been chosen to play in CHG./LUBE/FILTER/ / m SHOCK ABSORBERS I'
June 3 meeting.on the firsts(Monday base under pavement the company the north-south all-star game June MOST CARS UGM1 CLIP 1 4 I
on which workshops are usually put down, and, therefore, cannot 'be, 20 ,and has signed a scholarship withM"", :" sKS of eowr.DUAKER"", :SUM I I DUTY SHOCKS I
held, .for the appointment of non- beld''I'esponsible.: fOr) the water,problems *. Florida College aC'Tampa. The steps 9! ''!STATE SUPER lUND' I INSTALLED
instructional personnel.A Dompe said. from Florida College, a two-year MOTOR OIL COI4 I & SAVE 1 (MOST AMFRirflM fARS!. ,REcWBalNlIITEREXPIRES5288Q$1895 798 I
special June 28 meeting was also school, to major college basketballhas a ,.PIRESSIJ8/8S
at the of Business Left it to Brown to been very good, said Supt. Dun- .. -
set request attorney Terry : UGNME i i
MrTi i r .usii-1
Manager Mike Reddish to close out work out a method to give the county can. FRONT-END T---1-2FRoir CS or2 REAR ;
service obselete -.Sol ..........- .. HMf _
the current
budget year. emergency two DRAIN & .
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school buses. The county wants to THE BRADFORD i' -.r. :" :? $1495 :;: luiMi Hw 4 $4995 I FLUSH SYSTEMS $. 95.
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usable bus for the purpose of moving Published Thursdayat 1;* .-ftflfl.: MlMMNMtlrt................. eAYIs/Ltl/8S'8( -$1695. I 5 Amrtcm ldllIIrIlIMf.EXPIRES5288S.CM\ 4lnn 70.' ya 1 GAL AbinFsEEZE mm $20951
every XPIRt )/'tltI)
to Watson Construction in of !
Agreed people case an emergenacy,
pay .1. rwww.Mraaf3sah aiassliaa rasras assusirr: ****:rr_____wn
Co. of Gainesville $2,222 for currently a deficiency in the county 135 W. Call Street : .

work on the BHS track on condition emergency evacuation plans, said Starke. Florida 32091 :: : '' 301 South Next to Wendy's 964-TIRE
that the company repair several Director Cliff Chapman. I
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Bradford High School Librarywill Prevatt in the Finance Office as soon -
be closed to B.H.S. students, except as possible to pay debts. No one will ,
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those turning in overdue books, be In the front officed to accept pay. Jt ;..\.
beginning Friday, May 24. ment on graduation night. Anyone not i- ... r
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having paid debts by then will have to ,
come by the school Monday morningand ,!-"/ / '" ,
get his/her diploma. i'Y; :J'if; :. ;!/
I Parking 1 ."..'pI'g'4/ ,
Students at B.H.S.are reminded not I I0'4"
to park between the auditorium and
the agricultural building. Freshmen RegistrationAn
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be punished. all Freshmen for the purpose of 1 A 'r
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r ward "k;d" Green and:::?rry Wayne "
W. Green a ;
Chy'ler Green, both of Starke; one daughter,
Chyler William "C.W." Green, 76, Mrs. Pearl Arnett of Fernandina I "
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of Starke, died Tuesday afternoon, Beach; three sisters, Mrs. Ivy Allen e
May 21, following an extended il- and Mrs. Mamie Porter, both of

lness. Jacksonville and Mrs. Louise Wrightof --------------------------
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Born and raised in Nassau County, Tabor City, N.C.; nine grand- --------------------------
the son of the late Richard and Pear children and six great grand II i I
Davis Green, former pioneer .
children.
residents of Nassau County, he was Funeral services will be held I 2 PC. Snack Box I 3 PC. Dinner 9 PC. Family Maal 15 PC. Bucket
employed by the city of Jacksonvilleas Thursday morning at the Chapel of
a night watchman until his retire- Archie Tanner Funeral Home in $2.79 $&49 $7.99Get
ment. Mr. Green moved to Starke in Starke with Dr. Bennie Beckum of $1.29

1977, and was a member of the ficiating. Burial will be in Crosby Get 3 pieces ol the Colonel's Original I Get 9 pieces ol the Colonel's Original I 15 pieces of the Colonel's OriginalRecipe'
Church of Starke. Get 2 pieces of the Colonel's Original t Extra Chicken l rand
Calvary Baptist Lake Cemetery under the directionof Recipe' or Extra Crispy'* Chicken. I Recipe' or Extra Crispy' Chicken I or CriSPY' r
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Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Recipe' or Extra Crispy Chicken only $7 99 with this coupon Coupon
mashed large gravy
potatoes)
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. 1 Buttermilk Biscuit lor only mashed potatoes t and gravy cole slaw large f while/dark
tor combination
Ed- Starke. and 1 biscuit lor $2 79 with this i large salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits I good only
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;.. Opinion. and Commentary, 1o Lifestyles: Cause More Deaths

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our ancestors received plenty of physical races, and promote regular'exercise programs
'The leading causes of death today are '
Future
Vital
our physical fitness
to City's activity while working at their manual- through
more related to high-tension lifestyles thanto
'In
said. addition
offer
Peddie we
labor related jobs. Today, with all of our centers
infectious and contagious diseases Ed-
hospital-based weight loss, nutrition,
_. .. 0. __ ward Peddle, president and chief executive modern, labor-saving machines and ap to help community
Iwo meetings that coma wen DC me In the past few years, civic leaders in officer of Santa Fe Health Care pliances, most of us get only a fraction of and stop-smoking members programs break of the

turning point in Starke's future development ] hundreds of cities and towns across the Systems, told Starke Rotarians last week. diovascular the exercise system we need grows and rusty.our Finally car-, destructive habits they have many acquired over

will be held on two Succeeding nation, are hard at work, breathing new While diseases such as typhoid fever the stress induced by deadlines and hectic the years. "Finally," he added, "we have
Thursday nights. life into their traditional "Main Streets" tuberculosis, infantile paralysis andseveral lifestyles can lead to mental illness, as developed a Competitive Health Plan to
and other killers of the past have prac- well as alcohol and drug abuse." provide more comprehensive health care
The first that for were the heart
will be many years
gathering tonight to both
tically disappeared, new threats to life benefits at a lower cost workersand
(Thursday, May 23) in the Starke lifeblood of America. Whether it's the have arisen from drinking and driving The health problems of today are caus- their employers.We hope to make this
Woman's Club when Historic Properties major downtown corridor in a small (mostly without seat belts), smoking (lung ing higher and higher medical bills, Ped- plan available to local businesses this sum

\ Inc., of St. Augustine, will] present town or "the Great White Way" in a major were die explained.spent nationally"Forty-two on health billion care dollars ten mer."

t an oral and visual report on results of city Main Street has suddenly been years ago, as compared to $212 billion in But the individual must ultimately accept
1 the historical and architectural survey rediscovered and many have been 1979. It is estimated that health'' care expenditures responsibility for maintaining improving

i of Call Street, which has been in progress restored to their former prestige as an reached $355 billion in 1983 his own health, the speaker said.
] of the business and costing each individual man, woman, and 'We recognize that the largest gains will
f for the past three months and is integral part when
field convinceyou
child a total of $1,459 per person. Cost projections be made in this we
( now complete.This cultural life of the community.The for the year 1990 are $690 billion, as individuals, to begin to take chargeof

information will be the basis for pace has already been set in and for the year 2,000 a staggering $1.9 your own health. We can help you improve -
but the final burden
trillion. lifestyle,
i filing an application to place the Call Starke, with the rapidly progressing' falls on your each Individual to do his part. If
1 i Street District on the National] Registerof conversion of Call Street's most "These rising health care costs hit hard you smoke-quit; or at least cut down. If

of Historic Places. If accepted for this outstanding landmark, the 1902 red sonal when income we consider in Bradford that the average increased per- you can't do it by yourself\ then join a stop-

II distinction, restoration work on brick courthouse, into a Starke Center only moderately from $4,900 County in 1980 to smokip class. If you don t get enough exercise -
center, at least
If buildings in the area will be eligible for for Santa Fe Community College. $6,000 in 1982 Peddie said. "The numberof Join our fitness or

f,; investment tax credits up to twenty-five Classes will open here for the fall term families living below the nationally I

percent for renovation work on these in September, and applications for cancer', emphysema, chronic bronchitis, established poverty threshold also increased -
enrollment have doubled last year's :etc.), drug abuse, suicide, and poor nutrition from 897 in 1980 to 1,045 in 1983."
f properties. the speaker said.
total due to the convenience and In order to cope with the higher cost of
,
I The May 23 meeting will be held in the of the college In spite of these new hazards life expectancy health care, Peddle said that Bradford and
Starke Woman's Club starting at 7 p.m. economy having two-year has risen dramatically from 49 other hospitals in the Santa Fe Health Care
in Starke. The Starke Center will benefit years in 1900 to 73 years in 1980, Peddie Systems have reduced the average
The second meeting is scheduled for Call Street businesses and give property declared. "Most deaths today occur from number of days that patients spend in the \

Thursday, May 30, at the same time and owners and merchants an incentive to diseases of old age and those related to the hospital and are encouraging the use of I

place. It is primarily designed for pro- improve their buildings and merchan failure of major body systems, such as out-patient, home health care, and one-day
perty owners in the district to choose heart disease, stroke, cancer, liver surgery services. "These alternatives cost
dizing practices. disease, and diabetes, or from tragic in- only a fraction of what the same procedures -
I which of three plans they favor for Now is the opportune time for Starke cidents such as homicide, suicide, or would cost while staying overnight '
t7 f changing the face of Call Street from its and especially Call Street to turn a motor vehicle accidents," the Santa Fe in the hospital," Peddie said. He add- :
present drab that Health Care Systems president said. ed that Santa Fe operates the lowest-cost
1 andinv fading area into a vital, thriving part of services in this
If will] be more attractive tingto "This is certainly the case in Bradford area, and that Bradford -
the community that will attract an entirely had the
lowest
Hospital charge per admis-
local residents as well as tourists County, Peddie declared, "where
I'i+t passing ] new source'of trade to the town, sion in 1984, with an average of$2,244 per
especially high rates are noted for heart
through Starke on three major patient. walk, swim, or job. Little things count-
tIL highways U.S. 301 and state highways inducing people passing through on U.S. disease and cancer. "Heart and lung climb the stairs instead of taking the
around and doa diseases account for most admissions Peddie said that the Santa Fe
100 and 16. 301 to stop, look perhaps at System elevator every time. Ride a bike with the
I:if bit of shopping if attractive items ar Bradford Hospital, the only exceptions be- hospitals are turning more and more to kids and get exercise while enjoying the
offered for sale. ing gastroenteritis and otitis media (an educational programs and health care fun. A walk around the block before dinner
Ii Other towns and cities have found : ear infection)." centers in an effort to prevent expensive may curb your appetite, while a leisurelyone

Ii that once a commercial area is made There are many examples of what "Tobacco has traditionally been an important stays in the hospital by offering the publica after you eat will help the digestion."
means to improve health and lessen he
more attractive by landscaping and can happen when a town-discards its crop in American agriculture, but, risk of disease.
ll! other improvements negative attitudes and determines to as you know, smoking has been shown to Concerning the ever-present problem; of

i are apt to respond ,by property owners suit. "do something about it" rather than sit figure in several" fatal diseases, including "We sponsor annual running and bicycle weight control, Peddie said: "Eat less,
following lung cancer, the speaker said. "In our and more nutritiously. Cook those
i This was the experience in Kissimmee, and wait for customers to come knock- modern culture, the use of alcohol is increasing delicious Bradford County vegetables

i Eustis, and many other Florida] towns of ing at the doer. As just one example, both as to individual use, as well / without "fat back" seasoning. Reduce
Starke's comparable size. there is the small town of Helen] in North as social occasions. Drugs form an Impor- your intake of alcohol. Train yourself to

r i Georgia, which decided to convert itself tant part of treatment for many illnesses wear seatbelts (a poll taken at Rotary

i After improvements to its streetscape into an "Alpine] Village" to attract and lead ailments, yet, when abused, they can showed only half of the members buckledup
to cirrhosis of the liver
malnutrition, I when driving). And, of course, find new
/
several Kissimmee noted tourists into its dormant business
years ago a homicide, suicide, and mental illness. to reduce stress in life. Go
i, marked increase in construction district. They did just that-and did it all ways your
J per- "At the turn of the century, poor nutri- fishing with your grandchildren, and make
=il mits, and the local newspaper reported, "on their own" with no financial aid tion led to scurvy and rickets, while today Let 'One for The Road'Be more time for your family, friends and
"A major factor in boosting building activity from outside sources.' it leads to obesity, aigestive disease, and relatives. In short-be a good, ole laid-back
is depression" Peddie continued. Coffee southern small town gentleman."
U the renovation and alteration of "Most of
Starke can do the same thing, if only a
I" commercial property; and nowhere is positive approach is adopted in meetingthe
that art more active than in downtown
problems, rather than the negative
Kissimmee. Sparked by the city's attitude that has so often prevailed in

beautification' project, many buildings the vpast-The, .? success)( the SFCC. unty Agents Notebook How to Cope With)Mole Crickets By Bobby Taylor' i
already] have put on new faces, several Starke is of I ._.. .. .,, ,
Center( project what 't -
proof d' .
are still under the WI; :fir' tur I .
"carpenter's scalpel- h t I ll> IJultli.l '%
and at least three other major can happerr with the right kifi'd of On warm evenings, you may have notic- Then; turn at right angles and apply the 'garden ..hose attachment) applicator is
start projectswill leadership, backed up by the right kind ed some strange looking, six-legged critters rest. After spraying, irrigate for about 40 recommended one that requires 15 to 20
soon. The beautification pro of support from the public at large.If crawling around beneath nearby minutes. But, do not water after applying gallons of water passing through the hoseto
ject is past the halfway mark and, as street- lamps or other outdoor lights. baits. empty a quart jar. Regardless of
was predicted, property owners caught Starke does not seize this opportunity Because of their odd appearance, you've Baits are most effective when the fast- whether you use a spray or bait, a second
the fever. That drab, unattractive, run- to better itself now, under these most probably tried to avoid these insects. Ac- growing nymphs need a lot of food from application in ten days to two weeks will
down commercial district is favorable circumstances, the opportunity tuall ', you had nothing to fear because late June through September. But the provide better control.
now approaching .might never again present itselfat -- they re harmless to humans. But, they can sooner baits are applied after damage is For specific pesticide recommendations -
its full potential] of attrac- be lethal to your lawn and pasture. These noticed, the more effective they'll be. check with your garden center, or
tiveness." least for many years to come. insects are mole crickets and I'll try to Baits may be applied by hand, but be sure your county extension office on North 301
describe their habits and how to control to wear rubber gloves. For sprays, a in Starke.

these beastly burrowers.
I I I
Mole crickets live in the soil and feed on
plant roots. Their front legs are short and Forestry in Bradford County
stout and well adapted for tunneling. Their
velvety skin is light brown and the adults, lt>': D.nidU. Noilon i

\1)) Q O'U flJID p which have prominent reach a length.wings of folded about l'z over inches their, Sign Up Now for Forestry Camps -

backs.
Every summer the Division of Forestry suiiiiuei joo. They can not only enjoy out-
This WAS Call Street Each spring, mole crickets lay eggs in holds an environmental summer camp for door sports and recreation for a week, but
the soil. The nymphs, which hatch in about all students in grades 6 through 12. Unlike they can also learn something they can use
two weeks, look like the adults, except most other camps, this is an effort to combine later in life.Remember.
they're smaller and lack fully developed outdoor recreation with an increased
nymphs mature very understanding of ecology and the environ- the earlier you apply, the
G gradually, reaching adulthood the follow- ment. Each session lasts one week, and more likely you are to get your first choice. ,
dt + S 1 ing spring. Thus, there is only one genera- sessions are offered from the end of June There are 10, one-week sessions beginning
rij. tion per year.Although through August. June 9th and running through August 17th.
Anyone interested in an application formor
+ YWI"SVt' mole crickets live mostly During the week each student is a more Information should contact Dave
ifmY 5 4vFM below, ground, the adults are readily at- member of a five to eight person field Norton either at the Agriculture Building

tracted to lights especially in the spring, team, that explores the plants, wildlife, in Starke, or phone 964-6280 (ext. 219).
and throughout the summer. At these and other aspects of the local area's
times, they're commonly found under ecosystem. They also learn about the rela- .

streetlamps, electric signs, and similar il tionships between each different Letters
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lumination. ecosystem learn their improtance to
the overall! balance of nature.

It's hard to believe that this tree-shaded Mole crickets are most active at night The camp is still designed for enjoyment Thanks from SeniorsTo
street, lined with wooden sidewalks report on findings during the three-month especially after a rain or irrigation, andwhen however; volleyball, fishing and Their Supporters
false-fronted frame store and study and will discuss the possibility of have the temperature is about 70 degrees swimming are some of the recreation activities .
the center of Starke's business buildings was once ing the district included on the National offered. Comfortable dormitoriesare The 1985 Senior Class of Bradford High

Men their and "social"life. Register of Historic Places. The study was provided for the week-long stay, and School wishes to thank the following for
got
sign of the shaves and haircuts at the financed by a $3.000 grant obtained through Under these conditions, they make bur- well-balanced meals are served in a trying to help our class have a traditional
barber pole. Upstairs over the the Florida Preservation Board, matched rows in the upper inch or two of the soil. modern; well-equipped dining hall. Bradford County Graduation:
livery stable was the "opera house", a multi. locally'by the' Bradford Historical And, occasionally, they partially emergeto The Bradford County School Board
Two
purpose County bits of food. These surface camps are presently in operation -
burrows
gathering place gather Members
which Bradford I
served High School
Board of ; department
as on Trustees. The Call Street the Environmental Center at Blackwater
armory for the project was which range from about one-eight to
"Home Guard", heads Mr. Jim Duncan
as well as one of only that River State Forest ; ; our :
social seven received funding out three-quarters of an inch in diameter, look near Pensacola, and teachers
events.
and
\: our parents, most of all our
of. than the center at
Withlacoohie
s more 20 applications from all like miniature mole runs. This burrowing State Forest
For more than 125 'Call'Street over classmates for standing behind us all tHe
years has / near Brooksville. The state
Florida loosens the soil, causing the plants to dry must chargeparticipants' Thank
Played way. ,
a significant role in the community' Your Thursday out. However, the most serious damage is what it costs to conduct the you
life of Storke presence night will be an in 1985 Senior Class
know about( but how much do we' really dication your interest in downtown Starke caused by the crickets feeding on the rootsof dent.five-day program, and this is $80 per stu Bradford High School
it? and the lawn grass and other plants. Applicants are accepted on a first-
'How did it get its name? important role it can play in the come, first-served basis and those who apply -
Where _future of our city. With, Santa Fe Community early will have a better chance of Write Your LegislatorsTo
was the first post' office? Mole crickets can DC controlled by either get-
"What building was.rented for the first Courthouse'next College opening its fall Starke, the Center in the Old sprays or baits, which may be applied choose.ting to attend during the session they Support North Florida I
possibilities of re- Is Train
courthouse? when the overnight temperature expected TransportationNorth
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Where was a city marshal murdered of the Call Street area are tremen to be 70 degrees or higher, beSprinkle The curriculum is designed to adapt to
a bar room brawl? m dous. I sure the soil is moist, andF. if necessary, students of all ability levels from those Florida can have rail service next*
Your chance to learn Knowing your interest' and concern in the the area for about an hour before completing the 6th grade this June up to year if the legislature passes SB-834 and
portance and significance more about the im past; present, and future of Starke; we feel application. Moisture aids soil penetration high school seniors.It HB-1017. Those bills would have Florida
of
Call(Street to our that this oral and visual of and with baits, it attracts the
report will give sprays is join the Tri-State Commission which is
community life will you a very enlightening to those considerIn expected
come
Thursday'night. greater appreciation of what Call mole crickets to the surface to feed. to recommend
May 23, when results of Street has carrers in biological or environmental running train ser-
Call Street district will a study mode of the meant to the .community in the past and To insure even pesticide coverage, it's sciences. This program will give them vice between Jacksonville and New
first time be presented -for the what it can offer In the future. best to treat no more than 500 square feet hands-on experience with biological field Orleans..Joining the Commission will help
ot the
The Starke Woman's Club. Please join us tonight (Thursday, May 23) at at a time Mark off the area to be covered, work. It will show the students part of what clear Up coordination problems between
been historical and architectural survey has the Starke Woman's Club at 7 o'clock. and apply half the recommended amount "biologist", or "foresters", or states which have kept the service from
conducted by Paul L. Weaver of Historic evenly, ,back 'and forth In one direction. "ecologists" do for a living. They can starting this year.
Property. Associates of St. Augustine. He will Bradford County Historical, become involved in the professions, see
r N Board of Trustees what is done, and why. In addition, there is a funding proposal
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any spends
trains
., starting with service from Pen-
; 1 time outdoors, hunting, fishing, or just sacola to Miami/St.
Petersburg.
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( ., j .' '. walking. The names of trees and plants Please write
I will be shown to them. Each of them will your legislators in support
I'J of the above
\ propositions and also urge
realize that there is
more ot a forest than them to *
It wasn't Until 1830 that American trees support the necessary funding to
more to a stream than water and
'.., J'- ., abla to accomplish those objectives. Thank you in
,', '4 '.",; war buy Individually more to the soil than just dirt. He will advance for .
.'' "A' wrapped cakel'of uniformly shed become wiser about nature, and be able to .your., .help.I
", John
aoap. Until than,soap had baan sold Interpret and appreciate the area he's in. Hedrick, FounderPeople's
," TM WM introduced Into Europe from China In large blocks to grocars. who cut Tramtt.
by the Dutch East India Company In 1609. pieces to order. This summer camp can provide a plea- UULMAJ 'saw
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layer Ed Agranowitz won the win the consolation doubles title witha i
larks City Tennis Tournament 6-3, M win over Wilson and
.p Saturday with a 6-2, 6-0 victory Klmutls. McGriff and Kittles beat
ii" Saturday, then teamed up with Friedlin and John Sturges 7-5,6-4 In
t i Gainesville's Russ Porter, formerlyof the semi's. w{
,.' < Keystone Heights to take the "We are pleased with the
doubles title.Agranowltz. turnout," commented Starke
and Porter won the Recreation Department y.
doubles with a 6-2, 6-0 victory over Spokeswoman Cheryl Godwin. "We
M Macclenney's Harvey and Hart in hope to have an even better draw Big Serve...
MATCH IW TE jar' the finals. next year." Singles champion Agranowltz slams a serve during the final.
4 Agranowitz advanced to the finals
with an 8-1 victory over Keystone's
Joey Alford, then beat Lawtey's Archie
Kittles 8-1 in the semi-finals.
Starke resident and BHS numberone
player Jody Brown also advanced
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Harvey. Brown beat Keystone'sMark Swim Life Aquatics
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Yq. Friedlin in the closest match -
: "'. 't.' of the singles comoetitinn.9-8 (5-3 in Presents
1., r:?.( ,'" *",."i.',*"<.- ".. 'It" '', ; the tie-breaker), then defeated BHS -
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an 8-1 victory over Starke's Lex ,
Saunders and an 8-2 win over Jimmy
The Champ... ,
Wilson, also of Starke, before falling MON & WED
Gainesville's Ed Agranowitz cruised to the singles title of the Starke CIty to Macclenney's McCollum 8-6 in the : 9:30 a.m. COMBINATION CLASSES
Tennis tournament Saturday, then teamed with former
up Keystone final match of the day.
resident Russ Porter to take the doubles title. 10:45: a.m. (low level) Rhythmic Aerobics 2 Land Classes Week
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Annual Sr.-Jr. Football Set TUES & THURS WATER CLASSES LAND CLASSES

game 9:30 a.m. 6 Weeks / '30 6 Weeks / '27

7:00: p.m. '. Unlimited Attendance

The annual Junior-Senior game is Fullbacks are Aaron Mathews and ton. "And,it's coming mighty slow." .
Friday night May 24, at 8 p.m. Greg Wiggins, both new at the spot. Some people working at positionsthat P"-"I"-; "
_. which puts Spring football at the Mathews started at defensive rover Coach Sexton, known for his ,'
,... three week mark. back last year but this is his first of ability to mold football players! '.f
::: Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for fensive starting assignment. Wiggins thinks will do a good job. Key rightnow .". .
:.: students. [ up from the JV has put on that"... really keeping up from ",', AI"; ,. ''.w ,
about 20 pounds and is looking good. developing as we should defensively
:: Jamboree... Running back Jess McSwain is is the kids are not working at it hard DIRECTIONS TO POOL: ,,,,, P.1j">.'
:. The Spring jamboree, in which back from the varsity last year and enough.They might be here one day, From Keystone proceed on Rt. 100 toward ,
teams play two quarters each of off. will be a senior. Clinton Jenkins, not the next- no consistency. What it Starke. Turn right on the first paved road ;
season football, is set next Thurs. forced into duty last year when in will take for a good team effort will past the Burger Hut Cross RR tracks and
". day May 30, at 8 p.m.at Interlachen juries to the thin Tornado back corps be some" time and effort on their turn left on 53rd St. Folow to end of road.
: High. BHS plays Interlachen the second pushed him into the lineup, came part.
Pool Is behind the house.
and At defensive tackle Coach Sexton Sign says Hayes.
quarter and St.Augustine the through got good experience.
.".. third.Palatka and St.Augustine play Speedster Andy Jones, who played has been working primarily with Bily From Starke, proceed on Rt. 100 toward r!
the first period,and IHS and Palatka wideout last year, has been moved to Harrell, Chris Dougherty and Andy Keystone. Take paved road left )just before "
'::. play the fourth quarter.ScarletGray running back to take advantatge of Roach. Veteran offensive starter Burger Hut and follow directions above.
his great speed All the running Tommy Parker has worked their ..
: backs have looked Coach some.
Game... good,
Working at defensive weak side
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Hurse
.: It was a 15.14 decision in favor of says.A
.: wide receiver back from last end has been Ron Brown and Greg
team in
the
Gray annualScarletGray
year is starter Todd McLeod. Also Jackson. Ron played Sam
:,.: intrasquad football
from last linebacker last Greg was an offensive
returning year's varsityare year
.. .. game last Friday night. tackle.At .
Jeffery McClellan and Brett
The players looked good and the inside lienbacker are Chris Class
473-3784
coaches had the squad divided about Russell. or 473-4106 Certified Instructors
Cribbs, Gary Wise, Danny Manning,
Head from the JV wideout and
equally, says Tornado Coach Up are Stacy Bowen. Cribbs played mostlyon
David Hurse. defensive back Mike Gray, wideout
specialty teams last ,saw lit.
Tailback Andy Jones had the only and defensive back David Hamiltonand year
tle defensive action. Manning was
long run from scrimmage, a 75-yard wideouts, showing good potential the offensive center last. and
TD run. Todd McLeod scored on a are Wendell Shanks and Pat played no defense. Wise is year up from-
long bomb from QB Frank Long. Diggs.
the JV. Bowen played as a freshmanand
Fallback Greg Wiggins caught a TD "We've come a long way in. two Is back J
coming out again as a
'1"-' '' ''weeks "' '
'pass from QB Johnny 'Clark. : junior.At Electric
Sunshine
Fullback Aaron Matthews caught a Sam linebacker Sexton has i
TD pass. Lonnie Hamilton defensive stan
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,: "I was pleased with the over-all A Revamped Defense... dout last season until he badly in
play of offense and defense. We're The Tornadoes lost both starting jured a knee. Hamilton has been outfitted
; revamping our defense but it looked defensive tackles, both starting in with a special brace and the & Plumbing Supply l
pretty good," said Coach Hurse. side linebackers, the weakside knee is holding up good so far.
defensive end, both cornerbacks and At strong side defensive end is Bil
Offense... safetyall to graduation."We ly Jackson, who lettered there last Has Moved !
: Veteran lineman Tommy Parker got a lot of building to do, year Mike Chappel has been work.
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move ood job offienslvely. Parker defensively," says Coach Mike Sex ins some behind Jackson as wellpR
from offensive tackle but r
when Brian Barton inujured his 7:305:00
Monday. Friday :
wrist Parker moved to center, a
he last APPRECIATION 1 STORE HOURS: 7:3012:00 Noon
position played some season. Saturday :
Parker has been a leader this spr fa
ing, points out Coach Hurse. ,1'. I
Tight end Mike Chappel showed Come See Us
good improvement. Saturday May 25at
Center Danny Manning, guard ,
::' Chris Dougherty, tackle Greg In Our New Modern
"- : Jackson, tackle Billy Harrell, tight ,
end David Williams, tackle Ron

". Brown guard ,Chris guard Cribbs Dennis, guard Cummings Gary, Madison St. Baptist Church Building at. .

Wise, guard Keith Gilligham all State Road 100 West Starke
," shown good improvement from last

..:.' season The 'fast says five Coach years Hurse.BHS has been Gospel Music Sing, 3:30: p.m. 62O N. Thompson St.

.. short of backs. This year is a different Everyone ,is invited to attend. 964.5060
story, however.For instance,
three players are working at The Gospel Servants
quarterback- starting quarter
back from last year, Frank Long; from Jacksonville
Johnny Clark, up from the JV, and Stricklandfrom
Robert Starling, the catcher on the Suzanne
baseball team who did not play foot Madison Street
ball last year. We are located 2 blocks from U.S. 301
The Weeks Family Quartet
on Hwy. 16 E, by the Railroad Tracks.Plenty .
; STARKE from Green Cove Springs
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422 N. St. Clair 964.5445 Pastor Devotion, 6:3O p.m. & Loading Space

;" Walter F. Montz, Pastor \/ r,
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I Murray Fires Eight Birdies To Capture Win Starke. Strawberry. InvitationalSkip I



".Jlm Tu.ba" 79-11-160 Gary Alva 74.43.,57 23-Ron Dugan 5-83-168 4-Jlm Darby 69-69-138 22-John Rlggs 70-78-148 69-79-148
of Jacksonville took
Murray a 14 Chorl.. 13-79.162 6-Ha."Slman 79-78-157 24-E.J.NottUs 80-89-169 5-AI Tosorl Sr. 66-72-138 23-G.n.Melvin
King 70.78.14825Flak.
five stroke inn the annual
victory 67-73-140 248.McKlnnoy
15..ob Gilliam 14-76-162 7-Phll Stilly 80-79-159 25-AI Tiorl Jr. .7'7026.Joa 6-SamWhltakcr 73-75-148
Invitational Golf Tournament .Cloud
Strawberry I1-SM62 8-Bob King 80-82-162 Borrow 82-88-170 7-Warrn Kay 70701408Ralph
14-MlkoGlynn 72-77-149
played Saturday and Sunday 17-Klrby Phillips 78-15-163 9-AITuln ....7'.143 27-Lonnf Zurlluh B'."' .172 Bryan 71-70-141 26.Mlka Muhlbau.r 73-76-149
May 17-18, at the Starke Golf Roberts28John
27-Gao.ga
84-90-174 9 9-Mlk Davis 69-72-141
".Walka,Jona. 79-85-164 10-Jo*Nolan 80-83-163 20-DoiphusNewman 62.67-149
and Club. Potvrson29Haywood
Country 19-Stov Simmon. 78-86-164 11-Don Cox 78-85-163 29-Chuck Wls 90-85-175 10-Dalano Thomas 69-72-141 71-78-149
birded eight holes and was
Murray
20-Scott Roberts 18-82-170 12-Hnry Brown 82-82-164 30-M>rlln Robbin. 859117631G.n.Hkk.y 11-AlanHolr 68-74-142 69-81-150
only a little shaky on the second nine 83-93-176 12.LukaPawall 71-71-142 30-Dlck AbUs31Ed
1690.176 13-Don Pins 858016514Mod
Sunday. His opening day 68, four 21-Mock McKlnUy Shlmp 80-85-165 32-Morrls William. 88-90-178 13-Rlchard Odom 69-73-142 Gallop. 77-77-1
under ,put him one stroke Satur 32-Jlm Sponcor 76.77.153
par 15..11I Fo.ba. 82-82-165 33-Jlm Curry 90-83-183 14-Phlliip Mooro 77.66.143
day. Jim Miller was just a stroke Second Flight... 16.A.B.. Howard 83-83-166 15-Frad Benson 80-63-143 33-Frank Mcnnard 73-81-154
back Saturday, at 69, but faded to a Third Flight... 16-CaryMUIvln 73-71-144 "' .BIII Haavana 74-81-155
Standings in the Second Flight, 17-Bob Man. 13-53.166 78.77.15536Lawrence
74 35.Ma,1II Strulh
Sunday.In strokes backat with handicaps of 9-12, are: 16-John Brlska 828516719Rogor Standings in the Third Flight,with 17-HuntlyR 69-75-144 77-82-159
second place, five Jones
"$.Tad ndrick 71.73.14419Bill
1-JohnStopp 76.76.152 MacEwon 83-84-167 handicaps of 13-18, were:
81-82-163 -
143, were Bill Grey and Jim Zlppa"ak 7868S4620John 37-John Roycs38Jay
Miller. 2-Porcy RaId -74-79-153 20-Lorry Klrkman 86-82-168 1-Mock Murray 64-65-129 Bumper 83-81-164
Star 757214721Jlm
3-John: Watson 77-79-156 21-KvlnScantan 82-86-168 66-65-131
2-Jlm McMurtry
Murray was runner ", 'o Harold Woodard 72.76.14' 39-John GHH.v 78-94-172
4-H.H.Adorns 7680.156 22-CIyd.T.rwlll.gor 80-88-168 3-limnarrli 61.72.133
Bish) Bishop for the Clio pionship
back in 1972. -
In a Saturday nearest-to-the-pin
contest Ron Duggan of Jacksonvillewon
a 20-inch mower. In Sunday's
contest Fred Benson won a gas BarB -
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Nobody made a hole-in-one on MEMORIALprices
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l-Sklp Murray M-70-138 Sale good thru Sat.. May 25.
2-BIII Cray 72-71-143 we reserve the right to limit quantities.
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4-Jlm Arnold 72-74-146
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ll-Slcv*.acka" 72-76-148
12-Phll McDIIda 77-72-149
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14 Jack Rountro 74-77-151
15-Ed Powell 78-75-153
16JohnFoarnoy17Horold 77-76-153
Bishop 78-77-155
18-Danny McKlnnoy 83-79-162

First Flight... '

Standings in the First Flight, with
handicaps of 5 to 8 strokes, were:
I-John Johnson2Poul 74-77-151

Tosorl 78-76-154 I II'
3-John Gamma 77-78-155 ,
4-Dwlght ElcUr5Grog 75-80-155
Anderson 77-79-156
6-Andy Angolovlch 76-80-156
7C.Volton8Don 79-79-185
Owons 71-85-158
9-Ron Muck.10DougTllloy. 81-77-158
79-80-159
11-GordonP.t.r.on 77-82-159
12-McClavghlln 89-79-159


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INFLATION BUSTER honored The best sports at BHS were Jerry McGriff. Fore the boys, the Sportsmanshipaward
at the Spring Sports Awards Named to the Most Valuable spot went to Skip Abdullah Most
10 FT FIBERGLASS 10n BLK MESH Assembly May 13 by the All Sports for the boys was senior Robert Improved was Lonnie Hamilton in
10 f BLK MCSH .rr BLK MESH 110 LNA 110 LNAFAM Club
f '0 110 IN* 120 LNA SAT TECRECEIVER SAT 3500RECEIVER Taylor while freshman Hick Kimutis the shot and Jimmy Hankerson in
DRAKE RECEIVER JANE BCI 90OO RECEIVER Coll, tennis, track, girl's Softball took home the Most Improved title. the 8BO and medley relay events.
$1899 $1849 $1799 x=- $1999BONUS : and bov's baseball were the activities Most Valu hlp for the girls was Hamilton onmp from :v feet in the
: wniim came unaer tne spring sopnomore Kim bapp anu most Improved shot to over 46 by the end ol the
sports heading at BHS. was Sherry Ross. Hankerson his time
\- OFFER CONSIST OF ANTENNA 100' season. dropped
LNA WHILE SUPPLIES LAST With a young team, the BHS golf In track Coach George Loper from 2:25: in the 880 to around 2:05.:
program had one junior and five gave out eight awards this year to Most Outstanding and High Point
LAWTEY SATELLITE SYSTEM freshman to walk the links this year. his champions. found a home with senior Tony Jones
Mon.-Sat. II was freshman Todd Gillenwaterwho The Sportsmanship Award was who had outstanding performancesin
782 3241 took home the Low Average presented to Chris Anders for her
the 100 at 9.66 and the 440 at 49.5.
782-3702 Evenings & Sunday trophy presented by Coach Mike team efforts Most Improved was In an up-and-down year, the Lady
Sexton. Senior Lisha Long, who won the Tornado Softball team "did good' ,
Averaging 42 strokes per match, shotput event at state with a throw of having a winning season for Coach
his was the strongest on the team. 38'-3". High Point and Most John Slater.
When it came to swatting tennis Outstanding went to Lori Sapp, who Most Improved was third
balls, the boys and girls from BHS placed second at state in the mile at baseman Cindy Taylor who was the
held their own this year for Coach 5:17: number three hitter at .560 and

t scored 21 runs for the team this
season. Marla Reddish was named
Outstanding Defensive Player for
her efforts at second base. Leading
Hitter was Stacy Reddish who went
llP 585 for the year with 41 hits.
Outstanding Offensive Player was
Marla Reddish, for her second
trophy of the evening. She had four
home runs for the season and was
PRFMEMORIAIAMERICAS high for runs scored and runs batted
in, totaling 29.
Most Valuable was senior co-
captain Kay Allen, with a batting
FAMILY DRUG STORE average of .584, the second numberof
hits, and a great performance at

II D SAt E first Awarded base. softballs by Slater for

Sale prices good thru Sat., May 25th. ft II hitting over .400 were Stacy Reddish -
We reserve the right to limit quantities. Kay Allen, Marla Reddish.Cin
See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you. dy Taylor, Patty Smith, Linda Bar
din, Bridget Skeen and Cindy
Strickland with the most triples
In boy's baseball, Coach Mike
Hartley had a strong season with his

team Most Valuable Players were

0 I seniors Tony Diggs and Doug
Samons. The Most Improved were
I I Junior Mike Chappell and
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No. ?IRa.cn? sophomore Robert Starling.
c The Pitching Award went to Doug
ti Samons for his success in throwingthis
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the best defensive player was
earned by senior Jason Polk.
ILic0r4 'ePsl i The Coaches Award, for the
steady performance and depen-
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I R the Cubbettes remain undeleted!
Gillette gm... HO. while number two and Irving
Chee; harder are the Rebels and All Star--.

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at 3-5 and the Bits and Pieces are
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Starettes with a 1.7 record.
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Stephanie Welch and Cinch
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Williams and the winning run came-
again from her in the seventh, for
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Allstars 14. Fillies :2

In a big win, the Allstars beat the
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first three innings were close.
with both teams scoring four in the
rl first and the Rebels finally going
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M 'SI KT1P fifth, but a six run burst by the
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....... '. 51 with three, they couldn't quite do it
and lost 1015.
III -- :x: .=' Hitting 5-4 for the Rebels was
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II Because FOR A GOOD LOOK CHOOSE : Rebels 17, Fillies fi

: It was steady playing which got
all Generics : V1 ECKERD'S SYSTEM 2 : the win for the Rebels over the

4 i. Fillies! 17-6 Tuesday at Edwards
not FOR KODAK Field
are
Kelly Richards and Williams
SPA QUALITY I/ crossed the plate three times for the

createdequal. ''I Rebels between,taking them.Highlight .care of six of the runs

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ArrestsIn under influence (DUD and DWLS, nabis, according: to Trooper B. A Lawtey was arrested May 19 for officer and resisting arresting officer Charles Leonard Kimbler, 45, of
Bradford CountyThe according to Trooper Abrams. Williams. Williams was stopped drinking alcohol beverage in public, with violence, according to Waldo,was arrested May 13 for prowling
Wilkison's blood alcohol content was unlawful speed on US-301 south of according to Lt. William Tillotson.He Chief John Hodges. Williamson'sblood and loitering,according to Lt.
following arrests were made .31 percent. He was released after a Lawtey when the trooper observed a was released on a $52.50 cash alcohol content was .20 Tillotson.He was released to mental
recently in Bradford County by local $535 surety bond was posted. bag of green leafy substance in his bond. cent.When advised he was under per-arrest health to be returned to the county
authorities. pocket. He was released n a $262.50 Williamson starting fightingand jail under a $500 bond.
Albert Eugene Barnes of Starkewas surety bond. Alvon Phillip Cornett,29,of Starkewas had to be forcibly handcuffedsaid Kimbler had been arrested earlierby
James Williams of Lawtey was arrested arrested May 19 for DUI,accor- arrested for DUI and DWLS,ac- Hodges. Bond was set at$1,500, Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson for aggravated -
Jeffery Stephen Belcher, of
for driving while license ding to Patrolman Clint Blanken- 22 cording to Trooper Kenneth he assault when he was found :
was released on his own
Starke was arrested for DUI ,
suspended (DWLS), according to ship. Barnes'alcohol content was.20 to Patrolman May 18 Ethridge. Cornett was released on recognizance. ,throwing things and shouting at peo
according
Trooper W. M. Abrams. He was percent. He was released on a $325 Groves. Belcher's blood Dwight his own recognizance, bond was set ple. Kimbler was released on his
released after a $210 surety bond surety bond. alcohol con- at$500. at that time.
tent was .15 percent. He was released Charles Michael Moore, 33, of own recognizance
was posted. Pernell Wade Williams, 26, of after a $325 surety bond was Delmar Johnny Williamson, 50, of for Anderson DUI, according,S.C was arrested to Lt. Tillotson.May 18 Alonzo L. Purdom, Jr. of Starke
Freddie David Wilkison of Lawteywas Lawtey was arrested for DWLS, im- posted. Hampton was arrested May 19 for Moore was fined$334,which he paid was arrested May 13 for DUI,according
arrested May 12 for driving proper tag and possession of can- Jefferv Allen <:: .rlino m. of DWI, battery of a law enforcementUJJIILJIJ Mau 9O unit ura. r1...a.Mt to Patrolman W. C. Reno.!


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citizens, Bradford High FFA Outstanding first year member
members gathered to honor their awards were presented to Kim Nor-
outstanding members at the annual man, on the poultry and farm
Parent-Member Banquet last Thurs management teams, helped put on a "
tF day night, May 16. Rotary program, and placed in a
The largest crowd in several district forestry contest, and was on
years, some 300 parents and FFA the dance committee, and is Jr.
members, filled the Starke Elemen- Chapter secretary, and to Scott
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F students and of veteran FFA advisor member of the forestry judging
and instructor Paul Hutchins, whose team, who tied for the boy's award.
pending retirement was announced.Sr. Both had good home farming pro
Chapter President Donna Dor grams. Douglas had a steer in the
miney was presented the DeI Award, the highest honor awardedin farm project. Norman won the Jr
the FFA program. Donna, the Chapter tractor driving at the sub-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs J.W. Dor- district! level.

t miney of Hampton, was master of ..ri "
cermonies for the banquet and has
been involved in more FFA activities r'
than any other members. a,,,__
Just look at the list of names in the :
program, see whose name is there
President... most often, and you'll know who the
DeKalb Award is going to, Advisor
Jr. Chapter President Uil\' Hamilton
and Sr. Chapter President Don-
Hutchins, the presenter, told the
na Dorminey.
crowd. .
t'A
David Hamilton, son of Mr. and I
Mrs. Tommy Hamilton of Brooker

and president of the Jr FFA Sentinel...
Chapter, was recipient of the Star
Greenhand Award, top honor for a Jr Chapter Sentinel Amy Williams and Sr Chapter Sentinel Bridget

junior FFA member. Presenter was Skeen.
,
wr John Smith, manager of the Starke
r / + Gold Kist Store.
Star Chapter Farmer awards went
h to Rusty Sullivan, who has an excellent T'tr'4
b R lV home farm project, and Don-
a _* a na Dormimey, who is in the horse
business and show horses. The two
were picked from a list of FFA'ers
who won the State Chapter Farmer i Na
Awards, including Chuck Good-
downs and Len Eaves. vfi
"We want you to keep going. If you
ever stop I don't know what we'll
do," said award presenter J.E.
,, tl9161I Tomlinson, president of the Florida Star Greenhand...
National Bank at Starke, referringto David Hamilton
keeping students involved in
agriculture. Honorary member degrees were

Public speaking awards went to presented to:
Allan Lewis former FFA
a
Raymond White, Sr. Chapter, his
third member, who donated a breedingboar
straight, and sophomore
the FFA
Priscella Welch, Jr. Chapter to program.
member, her second straight, and Ken Morgan, soil conservationist -
senior Lee White, who was on the who presented soil conserva-
and tion lessens to the FFA classes.Ed .
forestry parlimentary -
pro- Cole, who repaired the FFA
cedure teams and won second place
farm .
for the second straight year in Soil tractors.Mr.
and Water Conservation speaking, and Mrs. J.W. Dorminey,
11 parents of Sr. Chapter President
got one for extemporaneous public
for their ,
speaking. Donna Dorminey giving
daughter guidance and the freedomto "
Raymond White, already a fourth particpate in all the FFA pro- yo
place winner in state FBLA competition grams.
got a big hand after he gave the "You hold the future of ILI jI i iR

speech he will give in state competi- agriculture in the palm of your .... ..3IIj
lion at the upcoming state FFA con- hand," said speaker White, in- .y
I vention. The awards were presented troduced by Lynn Bowen as being
.' 'I'-- --._ ..... by E-W,. Hodges, owner of Hodges "an honor to himself and his race."
Vice-PrvSident.. : Paint and Supply. The FFA Chapters presented the
Jr. Chapter Vicl'I'I'p"idt'1I1illlt'th': : Conway and Sr. Chapter Vice- Distinguished Service Award to the r
President Lisa SII \'I'Y. Donna Dorminey and Raymond Florida National Bank of Starke. r
White were recipients of the outstan- and was presented to Bank Presi- u
ding senior chapter member awards dent J.E. Tomlinson. The award is
,.--.t Vicki Thomas 1984
presented by a of youth pro-
outstanding graduate of the FFA grams, particularly the FFA. Secretary...
program. Miss Thomas said the Proficiency medals were Jr. Chapter Secretary Kim Norman and Sr Chapter 8t't'I.t'tI1''ickl
t awards went to "...two very special presented to: Hudson.
people very dear to my heart." She Forest management: Chuck
gave each a hug along with their plaque Goodowns. __ .
Beef production: Loren Boone. r .d i iff

..,o rrr Freshman Hal Davis received the Poultry production: Neil Stahler. :!. .." "" ,,<,)\, ,; .x, -" "" ," <. .r
Willie Crews. "
Yv outstanding first year member Ag Processing:
award, presented by Advisor Nursery operations: Shawn
Alvarez for this family. Davis had a Ritch. E, }
pig in the fair because he didn't havea Horse Production: Donna Dor-
place at his home in Starke, has miney.
been to leadership school, is a good Fruit and vegetable: Amy
student, and just a young polished Williams.

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Presldent"The: meeting will come to order. We are now holding a
meeting of the Bradford High Chapter of Future Farmers of America.
fr Mr./Mdm Vice-President, are all officers at their stations?!"

Vice-President: (Rising and facing the President) "I shall call the roll
rt4 of officers, find out whether they are at their stations, and report to
you, Mr./Mdm. President."
(President is seated)

M MJI'Mt Vice-Presideut: (Calling roll of officers) "The Sentinel."

Sentinel"Stationed by the door."
t Vice-president"Your duties there?"
Sentinel"Through this door pass many friends of the FFA. It is my
duty to see that the door is open to our friends at all times and that
; they are welcome. I care for the meeting room and paraphernalia. I
j strive to keep the room comfortable and assist the president in main- ,

Reporter... taining order." ,, ., zP. _, __________________
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Sr. Chapter Reporter Kim Sapp and Junior Chapter Reporter Pr'scilla dC
Welch. Vlce-Pre ldent"The Reporter." : r4r'Jr.
Reporter"The Reporter is stationed by the flag."

Vice-President"Why by the flag?"
Reporter"As the flag covers the United States of America, so I striveto
d inform the people in order that every man, woman and child may
know that the Future Farmers of America is a national organizationthat
reaches from the State of Maine to Hawaii." Chaplain...
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Chapter Cli.ipUm Roger Hi we and Sr. Ch.iplrr Reporter Kren.tSkeen.
Vice-President "The Treasurer.
: :
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;! Treasurer"Stationed at the emblem of Washington"

\ Vice-Presldent"Your duties there?!" Ad,isi rThe: owl is the tinie-honoredemblem of knowledge and wisdom.
Treasurer keep a record of receipts and disbursements just as Being older than the rest of yowl I am asked to advise you from time to
1 Washington kept his farm accounts-carefully and accurately. I en- time as the need arises. hope that my advice will always be based
r:! courage thrift among the members and strive to build up our financial on true knowledge and ripened with wisdom
standing through savings and investments. Geroge Washington was "
better able to serve his country because he was financially indepen- "Mr./Mdm. President why do you keep a plow at your station?
dent."
VU-e-IVt! >Hident"The plow \Is the symbol of labor and Ullage of the soil
Vlce-Presidenl Secretary." without labor, neither! knowledge nor wisdom cnn accomplish much.
Secretary"Stationed by the Ear of Corn." My duties require me to assist at all times in directing the work of our
organization. I preside over meetings in the absence of our President
Vice-Presldent"Your duties there?!" whose place is beneath the rising sun."

Secretary keep an accurate record of all meetings and correspondwith "
11 other secretaries wherever corn is grown and Future Farmers Advisor:"Why is the President HO stationed?
meet"
Vice-Presiilenl :"The ri.irg mm 'iv the l token of II new ern In agriculture.
Vlce-Presldcnl'The Advisor." If we will but follow the leadership of our President we shall be led
1. out of the darkness soirislniOHS mid Into the glorious sunlight at their
.Y Advisor:"Jlere by the owl." lit II 11011"."

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Treasurer...
Vice- President:"Why stationed by the owl?" 8H Page UA ?"
Jr. Chapter Treasurer Bobby Adams and Sr. Chapter Kyle Harrison. : '

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Paul Hutchins wouldn't have the years but wouldn't tell anybody same place on Bennett's arm that me," said now ag advisor Greg
List! word, as has been usual for the what year it would be. Hutchins coat had reached. They Alvarez. Hutchins and Marlowe hada
past 32 years, at the 1985 Parent- Smith recalled the first year girls bought the coat and it fit Hutchins' big influence on his life, Alvarez H
Member FFA Banquet, junior ag advisor were allowed into the FFA. Hutchins Alvarez said. said. Hutchins just kept pushing ,)LillF
Greg Alvarez announced said no way, he wasn't going to teach Zed Hamilton, another former student students, telling them they could get
Hutchins, the senior agriculture girls. The next year the classes hap- recalled taking his first cab up in front of an audience and speak.
teacher and FFA advisor, has been pened to be divided so that all 14 ride with Hutchins in Kansas City. Alvarez, obviously at ease in front of
talking about retiring for about girls that took agriculture were in The boys told the cabbiethey wantedto the audience Thursday night, recalled I
(three years has made it official and Alvarez class. But Hutchins found see the sights. Hutchins told the how hard it was the first time
will retire after the current school out what a good thing Smith had go cabbie to go to the airport. When back in ag class.
yearsafter 32 years of teaching ing and next year there were.girls in they got to the airport the bill was Blushing at all of the attention,
local ag students, Alvarez said. both classes. $50 and Hutchins had to pay it, and Hutchins assured the students, some
On hand for a loving roast of the Smith'recalled that in a district he wanted to know if they came the with tears in their eyes, he'll still be

veteran ag instructor were former leadership contest, that Hutchins shortest way to the airport I around, that he isn't leaving town.
students and some close friends, forgot the advisor's part of the FFA Hamilton recalled Hutchins did get the last word,
such as Curtis Marlowe, now an creed. Greg Alvarez recalled the ag after all. As V.K. Ferguson walked
elementary principal in Marion Alvarez" recalled an incident at the students putting snake head on the behind him, Hulchins told the audience -
County ag farm when a student, he refusedto seat adjustment lever of the school that he began teaching with
V Ferguson, retired ag teacher name the culprit, threw a nail bus, and pulling it back to the driver Ferguson "That man is like my
\\ ho hired Hylchins\ in 1953, took full which bounced off a barn and struck would have to adjust the seat, They father," Hutchins said, telling the 4e
,responsibility for inflicting Hutchinson Hutchins in the neck. It took a lot to left it to Hutchins to drive back from audience that he was raised in an or

Bradford County, that he'd hiredI' get Hutchins mad, but until he cooled the farm, but the ag teacher, deathly( phanage.Hutchins.
C. or Hutch, as the students call down Hiilchins! thought somebodyhad afraid of snakes came out of the recalled that when he got
Hutchins, and thought he'd betternot purposefully thrown the nail at seat when the loll the snake. Alvarez to Starke in 1953 he has just enough /
fire him.Marlowe him. said he finally had to drive back to money to rent an apartment.Jt was : P/-,
recalled that Hutchins Properly Appraiser Jimmy town expected then that ag teachers go to
voungcst daughter, Becky, now a Alvarez, a former ag student who Grez Alvarez also recalled the the state FFA convention in Daytona / !
(dispatcher for the Florida Highway got to be a national officer under time a student memorized an in- Beach. "Mr. Ferguson, what am I
1'dlrol in Fort Lauderdale, took her Hulchins, recalled when the boys vocation, but forgot to put the notesin going to do?" Hutchins recalled ask r
lust steps toward him. Marlowe and wanted! to give the advisor a nice his pocket When the student got ing Ferguson. "Don't worry aboutit f
llulchins go back to 1958. Karen, gift. They finally decided on a sport to the speaker's stand he, of course, ," Hutchins said VKF replied
Hutchins' oldest daughter, teaches coat, but didn't know what size. So reached for the notes in his pocket. "...and I've never forgotten that, I
English and foreign languages at they broke into Hutchins room in "Oh, God...." the student said, and either" Hutchins said.

Uroward County High School in Fort Kansas City and Joey Bennett triedon the first time it sounded like he was I ____..____.______
Hutchins to
plans in Starke
Lauderdale. Paul Jr. teachers DCT one of Hutchins coats. Bennett is just opening his prayer. "OH, God!" slay ,
travel his children
to in
and computer science at Hawthorne about 6-4, and coat sleeves were way said the student. About that time, of the see state, and different in Hutch Always Gets The Last Word...
part
get some
High. too short Alvarez recalls. They wentto Hutchins realized the prayer had left
Veteran FFA Advisor Haul Hutchins
honored
fellow teachers
David Smith, now director of the a clothing store and Bennett askedto the student's mind. "Just say, fishing. was by ,
students, and some old friends at the FFA where his
vo-tech center, taught with Hutchins try on a sport coat, and kept telling Amen," Hutchins called in to the Hutchins thanked the crowd for retirement was announced. At Hutchins' banquet is Bradford Sr. pending
lor six years, said Hutch had been the clerk each coat was too big completely silent room. being patient. And, as usual, got in FFA President Donna Dormiuey. right Chapter
scheming to retire for the last three until finally the sleeve got nr thr "Mr. Hutchins has meant a lot to the last word.

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l'resi "Thank you, Mr./Mdm. Vice-President. (All take When the business at hand has been disposed of an
seats at tap of gravel.) "The Secretary will call the roll appointed time for closing has arrived, the procedureis
members. as indicated below. ) v

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Secretary"There are 140 members and 40 guests present President"Mr./Mdm. Secretary, have you a record of ;, t"r
Mr./Mdm. President." any further business which should be transacted at this
time ? "

1'rvsidrnt"Thank! you. Future Farmers, why are we
here?" (All members stand at three taps of gavel. ) Sl'l'rt'l
.Ml mehibers in unlsoiu'To practice brotherhood, Mr./Mdm. President" hrw tI

honor rural opportunities and responsibilities,. and l'residenl"Does any member know of any other new it1rPM. r ter."w" tl I
develop those qualities of leadership which a Future or unfinished business which should properly come
Farmer should possess." (All are seated at 1 tap of before this meeting?" llf no answer, proceed as
gavel ) follows. ) i It s l

"We are about to adjourn this meeting of the Bradford -
(President"May we accomplish our purposes. I now Chapter of Future Farmers of America. As we
declare<< this meeting of the Bradford Chapter of the mingle with others, let us be dilligent in labor just in
Future Farmers of America duly opened for the tran- our dealings, courteous to everyone and, above all,
saction of business, or attention to any matters which honest and fair in the game of life. Fellow membersand Public Speaking Award Winners... I.t'c'hill'. Priscilla Welch, and Raymond White
may properly be presented. guests, join me in a salute to our Flag." (Salute) were public speaking/ award winners.



Legal NoticesNOTICE -
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this Court either before
MONTHS FROM THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GOLD KISTMay I service on plaintiff's attorney DATE OF THE FIRST OF THE EIGHTH

or immediately PUBLICATION OF THIS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN I
OF APPLICATIONFOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED thereafter; otherwise a NOTICE: AND FOR BRADFORD
AMENDMENTOf that an action for default will be entered 1. All claims againstthe COUNTY. FLORIDA
DAY LAND USE PI IN DISSOLUTION OF MAR against you for the relief estate, and CASE NO 84-609-CA
RIAGE has been filed demanded in the peti 2. Any objection by on
TOWN OF BROOKER
against you and you are tion. Interested person to WILLIAM R. ALDERMANand
FLORIDAAn required to serve a copy Doted on this 2nd day whom notice was mailed ELMO G. ALDER.

ih of your written defenses of May 1985. that challenges the MAN his wife, Plaintiffs .
ORDINANCE omen- if any, to it on GERALDM. CilBcRT S. BROWNAs validity of the Will the ,
SALE ding 'the Comprehensive HASKINS Petitioner' Clerk of the Court qualifications of the vs.
,Q NI Land Use Plan Element Attorney whose address BY:: Beulah Moody Personal Representative KENNETH W. FORD and
and mop by Brooker Is 112 South Main Street 5/9 4tchg 5/30 venue or BONNIE I. FORD his
.2 Florida In accordance Gainesville FL 3260) on jurisdiction of the wife. GAINESVILLE SUN
with the local Govern or before June 3, 1985, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO court. PUBLISHING COMPANY -
? 23-27,1985 ment Comprehensive and to file the original REGISTER ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS GERALD J.
I J Planning Act of 1975 as with the Clerk of this FICTITIOUS NAME NOT SO FIL- KIVETT and HELEN C.

provided for ,in Chapter Court either before ser Pursuant to Sectior, ED WILL BE FOREVER. KIVETT, his wife
163 of the Florida vice on Petitioner's At. BARRED. Defendants
865.09, Florida Statutesnotice .
Statutes torney or immediately Date of the first
OUTBOARD 'r-1f.. : KIST TO' All Citizens Taxpayers thereafter; otherwise a that the Is hereby given publication of this Nor. AMENDED NOTICEOF
and other' default will be entered undersigned lice, of Administration
Interested PUBLIC SALE
:
MOTOR OIL Ap FIELD FENCE against you for the relief T.R. Ratliff 301 North,
persons May 16, 1985.
d, "' Lawtey Fl, (sole) or
-. ... .. [ teIt )'.' .I'GOLD You and each of you demanded in the peti (joint) owners doing AARON A. KELLY Notice is hereby given
'.. are hereby and herewith tion.WITNESS business under the firm 2090 Fairview Street that pursuant to the
-- hand and
"' ,'. ; given notice in accordance my name of H & R Auto Ser- Lake City FL 32056 Final Judgement( of
: seal of this Court on FRANK
with Florida vice 301 N. lawtey Fl, M. GAFFORD Foreclosure entered in
Wb April 24, 1985.
Statutes that' the Town Intends to register said Attorney for the Circuit Court of the ,
Planning on doing some field fence 6 .Council of Brooker GILBERT S. BROWN as fictitious name under the Personal RepresentativeP Eighth Judicial Circuitin I
"""' .__,.v work? Get ready now at this extra Florida will conduct a Clerk of the CourtBY aforesaid statute. Box 1789 and for Bradford I

Recommended for all 2-cycle special price.. public hearing at a Deputy: Beulah Clerk52.4tchg Moody As Dated this 6 day of 60 Lake E. Orange Street County, Florida. Civil I
City FL 32056 Action Case No.
held at May, A.D. 1985 In Bradford
regular meeting
engines from small to large. Size 1047.6.121711414$2 5/23 ((904)) 752-5468 84-609-CA, on 7 June
7120171 Town Hall, County.
> 8:00: p.m at f.
5/162tchg5/23 1985 I will sell the
Brooker, Florida on June NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 5/9 4tchg 5/30
1985 and will con- REGISTER following described j'
.eider 11, an Ordinance FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE property Jvjng! and, being ;

SUPER SPECIAL GREASE GUN Sun Gems relating toAmend: the Comprehensive Pursuant to Section FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME NOTICE Is hereby County situate, to-wit in :Bradford t r

given that on Monday. S'/rofSEbof' NW '/ ,
Salt 865.09, Florida Statutes :
STOCK TANK ;; Nuggs Land Use Planto notice is hereby given Pursuant to Section May 27. 1985 at 10:00: Section 21. Township 7
provide 'that lands currently that the undersigned 865.09, Florida Statutes o'clock A.M. the South Range 22 East. :
Sped/d/! $700 classified, Single William Bosler Route 4, notice Is hereby given undersigned GATORFREIGHTWAYS. EXCEPT any .portion j
per 80 Ib bag Family and designated by Box 1018 Starke FL that the undersigned INC. within ROW of roads. ;
lt the plan as single, familybe (sole) or (joint) owners Fred R. McElroy & will sell at public auc Said sale shall be at i
$4995 I ,' reclassified, to Mobile doing business under the Patricia B. McElroy lolnt tion for cash at 2600 public sale to the i
Dog i Home and designated firm name of Bosier's owners doing business Lloyd St.. Jacksonville. highest bidder for cash
I vsIOOgal. mobile home the pro Custom Constuction and under the firm name of Fla., one lot of wall and In accordance with ,
perty of ZEDRA Millwork Route 4, Box Starke KOA Kampground heaters (02-598207( dtd. the oforedescribed l ,
Cartridge type Nuggets HAMILTON, described as 1018, Starke, FL 32091 1463 S. Walnut, 3/3/85)), consigned to Final Judgement. Said t
;' follows: intends to register said Starke, FL 32091 Intendsto Personalized Air Conditioning sale shall be held at the
70501'IHl) ( Premium Quality No mess $ 90 Lots 5 and 6 of Block 13 fictitious name under the register said fictitious Vero Beach Main (East) Door of the
Galvanized 7 name under the Fla. and one lot of Bradford Courthouse
REGULAR $8.49 21'/', ... In Ward City aforesaid statute. County -
7IUdr t You are further given Dated this 29th day of aforesaid statute. stove parts (\0218288dtd In Starke
REGULAR $59.80 RE.224 > per 50 lb bag NOTICE that a copy of April, A.D. 1985 In Brad Dated this 6 day of 3/5/85)), consigned Florida at 11:00: am.. !
said proposed ORDINANCE ford County. May, A.D. 1985 in Brad. to Clec Co., of Pen. Eastern Standard Time,
is available for 5/2 4tpd 5/23 ford County. sacola Fla., to satisfy on the 7th day of June, t
5/9 4tchg 5/30 freight and storage 1985. '
Inspection at the Office IN THE CIRCUIT
HORSE FEED
your charges under the pro GILBERT BROWN. f
of the Town Clerk COURT EIGHTH
TOOL BOXES .; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT visions of Section 4b( ) CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Brooker \
Hall JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
"
Town EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIR
of Uniform StandardBill
COURT
Popular' .
Non Rust J I 1 Sweet Stork Florida. AND FOR CUIT IN AND FOR of Lading. By: Becky '
and BRADFORD COUNTY
Each every person BRADFORD COUNTY GATOR FREIGHTWAYS Parrith'I'I
For wide bodies .. To co. Horse! Fred having any interest FLORIDA FLORIDA INC.
5/16 5/23
and compact trucks i whatever In the1 enact- PROBATE DIVISION Carrier .2tchg
Tough At Very Special ment of this proposed CASE NO.: 85.186, Case No. 85-50-CP 5/16 2tchg 5/23
Lightweight $7995 SALE PRICES! ORDINANCE should appear -
SALE. 7111NIIti. 'I and be heard at the IN RE: The Marriage of IN RE: THE ESTATE OF NOTICEOF NOTICE f
REGULARS 7\100.\ ), 50lb ;.ills lime and place prescrib- SHELTON D. BAXLEY, MYRLER E. KELLY, INTENTIONTO OF TO INTENTION REGISTER I
husband and BETTY J. Deceased.
d' BAXLEY wife.NOTICE REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ,
I COUNCIL
: TOWN FICTITIOUS NAME
TOWN OF BROOKER, NOTICE OF
Other Items on Sale A Special FLORIDA OF ACTION ADMINISTRATIONThe Pursuant to Section Pursuant to Section
Tarpaulin S399Sea DngFredrrEncpphnl 52r.llllra ROUNDUP CONSTRUCTIVESERVICEPROPERTY 865.09 Florida 165.09'I Florida Statutes
Plus S S49dow Dog Nugg... SalpPrirrEurMFwTngs $ 1tchg5/3 administration of Statutes, notice Is notice, Is hereby given
.s .8Sft. Marm.Ball.rv 5117811u L Herbicide by 2 850 the estate of MYRLER E. hereby given that the I that ,the undersigned
L T.nan' 927qt Summi-rCoiil.ini S 308grtlKrrmrrlnn MonsantoCome qt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT To: SHELTON D. BAX KELLY, deceased, Case undersigned JAMES E. JAMES H. WATERS, 1011)
Hnrw U'nmwi Paste, 59.95 Into" J 111211\:0.1\: OF FLORIDA LEY address unknown Ni,,...k.o. ... ro j Is OR MARIE M. ODEN Madison'I St., Starke, FL
EIGHTH: H JUDICIAL COURTBRADFfRf pending In the Circuit Route I. Box 574. lakeButler ::32091; sole owner, doing
IN AND FOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED Court for Bradford Florida, joint business:I under the firm
rOUNTY that an action for owners doing business tame'I of ALL PURPOSE ,
in today! You'll be glad you did FLORIDA dissolution of marriagehas bate County Division, Florida the Pro.address under the firm name of BUILDING:I 2163 N. Ternle .. I

been filed againstyou of which Is P.O. NEW RIVER RANCH I I> Stark. fL 32091, In-
CASE NO B5-181-CA and you are requiredto Drawer B, Storke, Bradford County, Lake ends I to register said fictitious I''
of Butler Florida 32054 1 name under the u i
serve a copy your Florida 32091. The c,
I N RE: Th. Marriage of written defenses if any, name and address of intends to register said 'I iforesaid statute '
GOlD ----- -- I BRIAN LEE HAWN, -hut- to It ,on EUGENE F. the Personal Representative fictitious name under Dated thlsJ6th day of
the aforesaid 'j May\ A.D. 1985 In
band and CONSTANCE SHAW plaintiffs attorney and of the Per. statute Brad-
KIST Ypur Farmers Mutual Store HOECHST HAWN. wife whose address Is sonal Representative's Dated this 14th day of 'j ford County..
May A.D., 1985, In 5/23 4tpd 6/13
ACTIONDISSOLUTION 925-E: North Temple
2226 N. Temple 964-7871 NOTICE OF OF Avenue, Starke, Florida below.attorney ore.set forth Bradford County ........

.__ ----I MARRIAGETO 32091, on or before JUNE All Interested persons Florida.
: BRIAN LEE HAWN 10, 1989, and file the are required to file with 5/16 4rpd 6/06
J address unknown original with the clerk of the court WITHIN THREE





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BMS Band one of state's bestBy (.



Mark Frledlin r
Staff WriterIt
has been another outstanding year for the Bradford Middle School
Band, an unusually talented unit which competed March 2 in the State
Auditorium.competition for Middle School Bands at the Gainesville High School -

The band played their final public performance Tuesday, May 7 in a '
special concert for parents and supporters, who crowded into the BMS
Gym to hear the band go through some of their best numbers.
The band under the direction of James A. Peronto, received an unprecedented
standing ovation from the usually reserved crowd at the ,
state contest for its superior rating, highest possible, in the contest. s yr r r'1r r tw
.. Two band members, trombone player Paul Coleman, and tenor sax f
aphone player, Noy Srlvibale, were accepted into the prestigious All-
State Middle School Band.
Coleman, son of Knute and Deborah Coleman Is an eighth grader at
BMS and has been playing trombone for two-and-a-half years.
Miss Srivibale, daughter of David and Unchalee Barber, is also an I
eighth grade student and has been playing for 2i/x-years.
Aside from the main perfomance, the band was subjected to a challenging l ;
sight reading portion included in the day's events, in which students :
were required to play music they had not seen previous to the perfor '
mance.Sight-reading is one of the hardest exercises for young musicians, ,
but the BMS performers pulled off the difficult assignment with aplomb. b
Bradford Middle School was the fifth band to perform, but the first in iV' 1 "' ,',.;r
the contest to receive a superior rating. AIi >I- ." ,;;
The students chose on their own to have after school rehearsals and tf' ',I :
came in on their own time until 4 p.m. every day to prepare for the com (',,r'-' ,'-
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petition.There. .YO"1' / -
were day rehersals with Jimmy Brownlee directing, combined
rehearsals with Bradford High School directed by Charles (Buddy) Ball, Big Performance...
and Dean Cassels rehearsed the band at Parents Night to give the student BMS! Band Director James Peronto puts his all into each performanceand Peronto told the packed house that his band "will never sound quite the
different playing atmospheres.Parent his concert band's finale was a rousing one as 'he award winning same" when this outstanding group of eighth-graders graduate and go on
and school support from the administration and staff has been band played some of their best numbers for a crowd of appreciative to BUS.
fantastic this year, Peronto said. parents and friends.
"The parents in this area have really given this group of kids an amaz-
amount of said Peronto who has countless hours dur The cadet band was up next and were a spirited group indeed with ren- Members of the 1984-1985 Bradford Middle School Concert Band are:
ing support, spent
ing working days, and of his own time to improve the band. "This is the ditions of Sousa's "High School Cadets" Elgar's famous "Pomp and Cir.cumstance" FLUTES: Kim Lee, Micki Becker, Angela Baucom, Beth McKinney,
culmination of an outstanding for us. The band will never sound and closing with Erickson's "Of Castles and Kings". Kristen Pfenniger, Karen Morgan, Renee Hewett, Anita Moss, Aimee
year Craig Williams was the next soloist, and he and his alto saxophone Ferguson Sharri Bass.
the after this set of eighth graders graduate. They are an
quite same
recreated the classic sounds of Bach with "Minuet in G".
outstanding bunch of young musicians. I'm sure they will be a great addition CLARINETS: Kern Fillyaw, Karen Black, Melinda Powell, Angela
to the high schoolBHS( ) band next Karen Hodges was in the spotlight next for a stirring performance of Davis, Lyn Wartsbaugh, Deborah Browning, Michelle Conner Celeste
That support was in evidence at the concert year held in the BMS gym'as' Vincent's "Elegy" on her trumpet, then alto saxophonist Scott Duncan Carter, Carrie Woods, Susan Puegh, Lisa Mitchell.
wowed the crowd with Tchaikovsky's "Concerto in B flat minor". BASS CLARINETS: Sharon Bush, Coretha Daniels. '
well crowd the unit ovation after ovation as they
as an overflowing of their best numbers.The gave The Concert Band took the stage next for their portion of the show, ALTO SAXOPHONE: Sheila Stewart, Scott Duncan, Zellonise Mon-
performed some
two All-state students had to undergo some special training of their along with several other soloists. tgomery, Craig Williams, Dwight Allen, Jason Gilbert.
The full band sounded majestic as they performed Williams' "Olympic TENOR SAXOPHONE: Noy Srivibal.
own before the state contest. Handel's Festival".
Fanfare and Theme", followed by "Triumphant
students two of extensive rehearsals before
The two went through days
Soloist Sheila Stewart showed off her instrumental skills next with an BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Donald Bagwell.
the contest under the well-known director, Ken Nickse. exotic "Polovetsian Dance" by Borodin, followed by Micki Becker'stalented
Band for which Coleman and Srivibalewere
All-State Middle School
The rendition of Faure's "Sicilienne" on flute. FRENCH HORN: Steven Thornton Teresa Bassett.
of students from 80 different middle school
chosen, is comprised The full band revved it up again next with one of the most unusual, and
throughout the state. entertaining, numbers of the night -a jazzy, be-bop version of Foreman's TRUMPETS: Jimmy Quinette, Billy Harrison, Billy Starling, Karen .
The beginning band began the program at BMS Tuesday night, opening "Little Bop Riding Hood" complete with It Ci.1).5 qt charl'cters whichia.'cluded -- Hodges, Dean Cubbedge, Kevin Crawford, David Floyd, Gene Watson,
with "America' then playing through their portion of the coaaert'with."Fre're announnceP''Kefii."PyaW: ''l.ittI6I10P''pl.yM; ; b ate;;;'eJeff, Foster. ; John.Allen,! *. ...M-. -. *.. ...., ,.. ... ,_._,
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Jacques'1, "German "Easy Steps 1"l'. ,
Carter, "Hotlips Harry" played by David'Floyd. iaren Bleck as the ,
The BMS majorettes Renee Hewett, Karen Morgan, Coretha Daniels, Grandmother and Kevin Crawford as "Horace Highnote". BARITONE: Jared Metcalf.
Lyn Wartsbaugh, Aimee Ferguson and Beth McKinney, twirled their way The band played King's "Rough Riders March" after the jazz number,
front and center next for a spirited, and highly skilled routine that showed'' then came the final soloist of the night Bill Hamilton, who played the TROMBONES: Paul Coleman, Kevin Craeton Sarah Woodard Ron
off all their skills. ; crowd with a funny, and skilled version of Hartzell's "EgotisticalElephant" Wishart Dennie Darley, John Tyler.
The first of the soloists were up next as flautists Micki Becker, Kim Lee .

and Renee Hewett performed "Something" by Perrin. The full band shook the rafters with the final two numbers as the eight TUBAS: Bill Hamilton, John Luper.
Jimmy Quiette showed off his solo skills on the trumpet next with : graders played under the direction of Peranto for the final time. They

Tchaikovsky's "Russian Hymn". ended the concert with Berlin's "Putt'n on the Ritz", followed by PERCUSSION: Jimmy Langley, Charlotte Terry, Jennifer Dodge,
John Loper's tuba never sounded better next with a majestic renditionof Swearengen's rousing "Brookpark Overture" for the finale. Randy Lyons, Sean Powell, Derrick Long, Roy McKinney, Marie Parado.
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study; three, a course covering pastor of St. William's Catholic
After making Keystone Heights"his various questions in Christology,ecclesiotogy Church, Father Mike said he has
home for the past 12 years, 'sacramental theology tried''to emphasize the worship of
(which is probably a record in the and liturgy;and four,the fundamental God, especially in the new modern I
priesthood), Father Michael direction in moral theology. liturgy of Vatican II.
Williams, pastor of St. William's His study begins the third week of He says the new church was con
Catholic Church, is positive about February ending in mid-May of 1986, structed, keeping in mind the spirit
his new appointment at the In reflecting on his service as and interest of active consciousness
Epi Parish in Lake City and is '" ..t'J"S., and full participation in the liturgy,
looking '< -
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purpose.
challenges! set before him. ;: "In the spirit of fellowship, we
He ": also
looking forward to converted the old
church 'into
several I oonths of continuing education fellowship hall to which has just a ., 1'y *T r ,
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theology in Rome next year. addition,"Father Mike said.
Father Mike,as he is fondly called "Now our interest has turned
by all that know him,will be leaving toward the youth and new roads to
the Keystone parish the first mininster to the youth have been
weekend in June for a months vacation opened by hiring Sister Geraldine
then will report in Lake City at Hacker as director of religious
his new position there by the first of M education," Father Mike said.
July. Through these means St. Williams
His new job at Epiphany in Lake is
currently and
reorganizing
City, which has around 550 families revitalizing its youth
organization.
in its parish, will consist of several On one side, Father Mike is look
added responsibilities other than t ing forward to the change and
just serving as priest of the parish. challenge of a new church, while on I
Father Mike's new duties will include tj the other hand he hates to leave the
overseeing the school at church and community he
Epiphany, grades one through six, his home for the past 12 years has made __ __ ___ ___ H
which consists of around 160-170 "There is truly a wholeness and
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students. He will also serve as the openness to this "
community, he
Veteran Hospital's Catholic said. "This is truly God's country. Used Car BIItZarn
Chaplain in Lake City. f, 1 I've been all over Florida,and this is
"They have a principal, but as the closest in all of Florida to God's
pastor of the parish, the buck will country."
stop at my desk," said Father Mike Father Mike says he is pleased the '
of the school and its management. Father Williams 85 Aries 83 JeepCherokee 82 Jeep
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Anne II. Sponholtz own kitchen for food preparation.: works, let's follow a student's meal At the end'of the lunch period,the this high tech operation The cash when you make a telephone call.
The food service' department of During this recent transition, cash transaction. We'll call our student cash in the cash register drawer is registers at the Union County The host computer, located at the
the Union County School Districtnow registers were installed in all three John. Last week John paid for seven counted and made ready for depositto schools are coupled into modems Alachua County School Board Data
holds the distinction of being the cafeterias, Williams explained. meals. lie has two left. When he the bank.This amount is keyed In- which are connected to the telephone Center, dials the cash register at
second public: school district in the Before this time,sales records were comes through the lunch line, the to the cash register. The cafeteria system. Sometime during the night, each of the Union County schools,
entire state ''to have in operation recorded by pen and paper, and cashier finds John's name on a manager is also able to instruct the a computer operator at the Mac ua one at a time. When this connectionis
point-of-sale terminatls. These receipts (cash and lunch tickets) roster which lists the status of each cash register to print a tape. This County School Board Data Center in made,all the data entered into the
point-of-sale terminals are cash were collected in a tin box. student's meal. The roster shows tape details the day's transactions Gainesville instructs the host computer cash register during the school dayis
registers which double as terminal Although on the surface food ser John paid for this meal in advance. according to number, category to poll the cash registers in transmitted over the telephonelines
equipment to a host computer. vice accounting may seem simple,it The cashier then presses a specific amount of cash recorded and Union County. This simple procedure to the host, computer. After
"From tinbox. to automation", high is in fact a very intricate procedure.The key on the cash register. This key amount of the bank deposit. causes a chain of events to
tech has come to Union County three schools combined serve records one meal paid in advance.If Now that is lust the beginning of take place,much like those involved See Page 12
School Board's food service depart over 1200 lunches daily and each John purchases an a la carte
ment. meal must be accounted for according item,such as extra milk,this,too, is "'< _
"It's the hest system I've ever to one of four categories: a keyed into the cash register and the rr r L I' -- J7
seen," said Food Service Director, meal paid for at the time of pur- money for the milk is collected by r ,1)1''t.Y
Mildred Williams, adding, "The chase, a meal paid for in advance,a the cashier. When the information
paper load for our cafeteria federally funded free meal or a pertaining to the sale of John's lunchis
managers ha-i!been cut by six hours federally funded reduced meal. entered into the cash register,it is
per week. This: means they have Maintaining an acceptable audit also stored in the cash register's
more time foir kitchen supervision." trail and relieving the laborious task memory.This is the basic procedureused Norman's
Union County has an elementary, of manually accounting for the to record, according to the
middle and high! school.Until recent.Iy number and category of these meals various categories, the transactions
one kitchen prepared the food for was the primary target of the new which take place for over 1,200 lunches J \ 't"
distribution to the other school automated accounting system.To served each day at the three Market
cafeterias.Today each school has its see how this high tech system Union County schools.

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S A Receives 39 Felony, Cases_ I !

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I The Bradford Office of the State for issuing worthless check; case Dec. 25; for burglary, disorderly con- Y'' COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Mtorney reports 39 new Individual dismissed, insufficient as to this duct and criminal mischief; victim
cases and/or felony defendants for defendant. does not wich to prosecute defen-
prosecution were received during Jerry P. Lawson arrested Oct 11 dant pled to other charges.
the month of April, according to In- ,for disorderly intoxication, resisting Mark D. Mattox arrested Oct. 10 -
vestigator Wiley Clark. for issuing worthless check defen- '
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without violence, resisting with t ,
Three of the new cases were violence; pled no contest, placed on dant pled to other charges. } Bradford square .
prison related. Informations were one year probation with special con- Inmate Manuel Lara arrested
filed on 26 prior cases and four pleasof ditions. March 13 for escape; defendant be-
guilty were accepted by the state Ronald David Sedgewick charged ing prosecuted in other jurisdiction.Sworn .
attorney. Five cases were dismissedand Feb. 14 with robbery; pled guilty to complaint of lewd assault ,n-" ....",.
the office declined to prosecutetwo robbery, was sentenced to three filed Aug.4; insufficient evidence as ,
cases. years DOC.Sedgewick. to this defendant lacks prosecutivemerit. ".".'... "".W; ,
There were two non-jury trials and arrested March 6 for 44.. M
two felony appeals were received. robbery, aggravated assault and Claude Sheffield charged with in- y S-
Twenty-five informations were fil- battery; defendant sentenced on troductio of contraband (two
ed in misdemeanor court and 17 other charges. counts); defendant sentenced on
prior cases were dismissed by the Clark Ray Williams arrested Dec. other charges.
state attorney. One prior case was 24 for aggravated assault; transferred Ernest Williams,Jr.arrested Dec.
dismissed by the court. Twenty to misdemeanor division. 17 for burglary-grand theft; defen-
pleas of guilty were accepted and Joe Alan Prevail arrested Nov. 6 dant pled to other charges.
the office declined to prosecuteseven for burglar -grand theft; pled guilty Lela J. Siddons charged with Issu-
cases. placed on five years probation. ing worthless check; defendant
Four cases received nonjudicial Ten drug defendants who were made restitution.
action approval in juvenile court in sentenced on other charges, also Robert Daniel Parish arrestedNov. E'I
April. charged with possession of a con- 30 for possession of firearm by
The following cases received final trolled substance; cases were convicted felon, battery,assault,aggravated -
disposition and/or sentence; dismissed. assault; defendant being
Charles E. Weeks arrested March prosecuted in other jurisdiction.
Ray Williams arrested Jan. 30 for 13 for manufacturing cannabis; Linton Robinson arrested Nov. 10
grand theft; restitution made, victim transferred to misdemeanor divi- for grand theft auto, threat against
oficial victim does not wishto
public
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does not wish to
prosecute. sion.Kenny facts do not constitutea
Inmate Guy William Cooley Mann arrested Jan. 28 for prosecute
charged with introduction of contra- grand theft; lacks prosecutivemerit. criminal offense. -lI" .
band; defendant resides in another Joe Bryant arrested Nov. 9 for two ,
counts of issuing worthless check to I
state. Two cases of false imprisonmentof
Lake Chevrolet ($9,600)) ($7,800)); .
lacked
David Lloyd Crawford arrested child; cases dismissed, "
defendant sentenced other
Jan. 6 for resisting officer with prosecutive merit. on .
violence; defendant pled on other charges. L"
charges. Roosevelt Green arrested Oct. 5 Edward Cummings arrested
March 14 for battery law en-
for instrument (301 upon
Carl Lamar Foster arrested Oct. uttering a forged
19 for burglary-grand theft; defen- Liquors and Winn Dixie Stores) forcement officer; defendant pled to
(eleven counts) defendent and other charges.
dant pled to other charges. ; pled
Cummings arrested Jan. 7 for
Sworn attempted was sentenced on other charges.
complaint sex-
ual battery; case transferred to Julian Moore arrested Nov. 28 for grand theft auto; defendant pled to 1
misdemeanor division. issuing worthless check (two other charges.
Willie Wright arrested Nov. 23 for
Three seperate sworn complaints charges) to Winn Dixie; defendant
charging aggravated battery; each pled to other charges. burglary. ; case lacks prosecutivemerit.
case lacks prosecutive merit. George Brooks Williams arrested
Glenn Lee Williams arrested Feb. Sept. 21 for organized fraud schemeto Donald L. Draper arrested April
12 for resisting arrest with violence, defraud and grand theft; case for issuing worthless check (141.91
battery of law enforcement officer lacked prosecutive merit, insuffi- to'fG&, case dismissed, restitution
((4 counts) ; transferred to misde- cient evidence. made. -
meanor division. Christopher Thomas Arrocenia arrested Harry McDougal arrested
Two sworn complaints of obtain- Dec. 23 for grand theft auto January 7 for aggravated battery; Tilbute
ing of mortgage note by false and assault; case transferred to pled guilty and was sentenced to
representation; insufficient misdemeanor division. eight months in Bradford County
evidence as to these defendants. Tracy D. Pruitt arrested Feb. 16 Jail. .,.
Complaint of child abuse; for grand theft auto; defendant be-
transferred to misdemeanor divi- ing prosecuted in another jurisdic- Edward Cummings arrested Oct. We Will Be Closed Saturday, May 25th

sion.Richard Dewayne Tyler arrested tion.Raymond Tyson arrested Dec. 6 27, 1984 for grand theft; pled guilty,
Nov. 26 for burglary-grand theft; for aggravated battery; defendant was sentenced to five years DOC, and Monday May 27th for Memorial Day
defendant pled to other charges. used as state witness. after 36 months to serve probationfor ,
Walter Arville Rhoden arrested Anthony Martin arrested Oct. 17 balance of sentence.
Nov. 1 for disorderly conduct for aggravated assault; defendant is' Brian W. Edwards to arrested introduce Oct.con-4, We Will Reopen Tuesday, May 28th
1984 for conspiracy
resisting arrest with violence; pled incompetent.
guilty to resisting, placed on one Inmate Luis Ramos arrested traband; pled guilty was sentencedto
With Our Business Hours
DOC, after serving 18 Regular
year probation with special condi March 11 for escape; defendant be- live years
rest of sentence on
months complete
tions. ing prosecuted in other jurisdiction.
Richard Mikell arrested Jan. 29 Harry McDougal, Jr. arrested probation with special conditions.

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YARD SALE LAND FOR SALE FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES

FOR SALE
314 St. Clair St.! Thurs., Fri., Sal. little of
Road. no MIMOSA MANOR Gw
ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsylhe MOBILE HOME PARK
everything. Itpd 523FRIDAYSATURDAYt down payment $75 per mo. Call Mobile Homes and lor rent. .
May 24/25 and spaces SKYLINE HOME CENTER, Hwy. 301 N. : ', "
9645606. 10tfn Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone 1 ,, ,:"" ,
Friday/Saturday. May 31, Jun. 1. LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down 9647498. 9/16 tin Stark. Come see Ray Gouin formerlyof -
Clothes books mall appliance and Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We .
balance in five years, financing by RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREETI Will
misc. Itemt. 710 Alton Rd. 5/23 2tchg owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. design and remodel to suit your needs.Coil buy and move used homes. ,
5/30 ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. 964-6305 ask for John. 3/07Ifn 964-4414 or 964.4778.4/26 tfn crurilltgarREALTY
BIG YARD SALE Prison Properly Hwy 16 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12 x 65 mobile
) Call
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile (
and C199A. Baby clothe, accessories, 9645606. 1/03 tfn from Stark. city limits Clean. No home 2 br, 3'/t' tort central Heat/air J. !
maternity clothes small appliances looks like brand new. $6,000964-7312.
MENG DAIRY
ONE ACRE LOTS ON children or pets. Hwy. 16 W.I Call. i.
26-27. 4/18 tin.
books .tc. Sunday, Mon., May ROAD: $3,000 no down payment $70 468-132310/7 tfn
Itpd 523SATURDAY' tfn FOR SALE: Several furnished 2 br Mobile
per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES) for rent On
til 3t Many)Items Including 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C.227)) Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call Homes In good to exc. cond. $4250 ""-I"' PHONE 964-7776 IT I IERWILL
hand carved It.ms. Baked goods. Turn each. Pine M.H. Park "96.2366.25
3500. no down payment, $70 per mo. 964-7530 or .68.132310/07 tfn ciCfUA .
South on Orange St., from SR 100 go Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly tfnchg. ( GAR 205 N. Temple Starke I
past 4-way stop go on. block first LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after rates. Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple OWN YOUR OWN HOMEi Dbl wide, 3BR .,;,,_
Follow 2 Ba, Masonite siding, shingle roof. We
house on left on LegionT.rroc.
5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn Ave. 7/28 tfn
5/23 do our own financing. Payments as lowas COUNTRY CLUB BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON 1'/ ACRES. LIVING ROOM, DINING
signs. Itchg NATIONAL FORESTI High and NOW TAKING
OCALA APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2
$198 Clayton Homes, 3965 ROOM KITCHEN, LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/FIREPLACE PATIO PAVED
GARAGE SALEI Saturday May 25 8-3 mo.
suitable for mobile BA
dry wooded lots, apt. For more Information call Lake
p.m. Rain or shin. I mile East of home, cabin or camping. $4950 ..0.wI50 Butl.r Apts. .496-3141 Equal Opportunity Phillips Hwy.. Ja..., Fla., 1.733-0821. DRIVEWAY.
Hospital Rd. 230. Itchg 5/23 dn., $63.14 mo. Exe. huntingand Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 5/16 2tchg 5/23 YOU ASKED FOR ITI KINGSLEY LAKE MAIN HOUSE. 2nd HOME FOR RENTALOR

MOSTLY FURNITURE from estate: fishing. Owner (904)( ) 236.4579 or KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Mobile Home. Two HANDYMAN SPECIAL 12x60, 2BR, 1'/ FAMILY LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT) 2-CAR GARAGE. HUGE

bedroom suites living room 629-9649. 3/21 12tchg 6/6 BR, 1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un bath payments as low as $109/mo. We STORAGE ROOM BOATHOUSE DOCK COMPLETELY FENCED PAVED
Jam.stown m.tal double sink base SIX ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD 1 2/3 furnished. Purchase option S69-S89 do our own financing free delivery DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE I
cabinet and Crosby Lak., follow Clayton Homes, 3965 Phillips Hwy.,
more
lots $3500 No down $75 month plus lot. 4737560. 3/28.6/27
acre money per -12 ACRES t LARGE FARM HOUSE 85000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL BARN
5/16 5/23
5/23 Jax.. Fla. 17330821.) 2tchg
signs. Frl and Sat. 9645356. Itpd
mth. Call 964.5606.4/25 tfn FOR RENT NEAR GRAHAM nice IIBRTrall.r
WORKSHOP, 31' 42' POLE BARN. FENCED t CROSSFENCED VARIETY
x OF
and WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING New
FRI-SAT-SUN: Baby clothes men
limits of Stark. Must In furnished
ONE ACRE In city Country. Completely I
misc. 14x70 3BR 2 full baths, bay window FRUIT TREES PEARS PEACHES FIGS GRAPES.
wom.ns clothes, glassware, sell. Contact Willie Mae Williams 922E. including air 60.00 per week i
Hems. Go out SR 16W to Keith's Beauty Brownies, Apt. 8, Starke. Itpd 5/23 "85-1371.5/16 2tchg 5/23 extra cob, Ig closets pmts. as low as 907 CYPRESS ST. :3 BR 1'B STUCCO 6 YRS.OLD $43,000. ASSUM MORT.
Shop and follow signs. 9644506. Itchg AVAILABLE JUNE FIRST 3/BR 2/BA $198 mo. Clayton Homes, 3965 Phillips $29.500 MO. PAY. $30".33.10'10%. ENERGY EFFICIENT.
Ja... Fla. 1.733.0821.5/16
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5/23' CARS& TRUCKS W/Garage Central HI AC. Fenced Hwy. 2tchg CONNERLY ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR BRICK APPROX. 2294 SQ. FT.
5/23
back yard paved dead-end street No STONE FIREPLACE BEAMED CEILINGS SCRND BACK PORCH W/WET BAR.
FISHERMANS PARADISE: 10x60 tip out,
HOMES FOR SALE 73 BUICK LASABRE power steering 9645392.Indoor pets.5/9$350.00/mo.tfn Call evenings needs repairs, $895 total price, CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW. DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEXOF

brakes windows, AC 82,000 miles, HOUSE FOR RENT 2 br, 2 bath carport CLAYTON HOMES 3965 Phillips Hwy., DISTINCTION HWY. 301$ $425 A MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH.

60$S. WATER STREET By owner. 2 BR, CB good over all cond. $800. 964.5952 and central heat-a/c paved street nice Jax., Fla. 7330821. Itchg 5/23 908 W. PRATT LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR BEST MOVE

home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn 6915. 4,8 Itfn. neighborhood no pets $300 mo. OWN YOUR OWN HOME 1985 WILL BE TO THIS HOME.
IVi BATH HOME Hts.. 1982 FORD ESCORT station wagon Doublewlde, 3BR, 2 full baths
:3 BR, Saratoga available
6/10/85 call evenings EXCELLENT LOCATION: SOUTHGATE AREAl 3BR 2Bo CH/, NEW ROOF, 8%
corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. 32,000 actual miles. $4,800 or best of. 964.5392.5/9 tfn masonite siding shingle roof, ASSUM. MTG.
Phon.964.8652.3/21 tfn fer. 4737846. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 payments low as 21759mo. We do
HOUSE ON BEACH In
:3 BR MUST SELL C.ntral air and heat. 1976 CHEVETTEi 1.6 low mileage, good $250 week. :964-6822 St. ,Augustine.964.8956. our own financing. CLAYTON HOMES MINI FARM 5 ACRES. ENCLOSED W/PRIVACY FENCE. CROSS-FENCED.
Enclosed garag., low malnt.nanc. condition, new tires $900. 964.5850 or 5/23 per 3965 Phillips Hwy.. Jax.. Fla. 7330821. BARN. GREENHOUSE. ALL OF THIS W/BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 3BR 2BA.

calling fans nice neighborhood close 964-7871.5/16 2tpd 5/23 3BR Itchg 1BA House In town. Nice Itchg 5/23 CH/ 5 CEILING FANS CLOSE TO CITY. PRICED TO SELL.

to Southsld. EI.m. $39.900. 964.5952 or '11 MERCLYNXI Auto. AC AM/FM cass. neighborhood. Call 5332891. 5/16 WE DO OUR OW.I FINANCING New GOLFER'S DREAM HOME ACROSS FROM COUNTY CLUB SO YOU WANT THE

964.6915.18 Irfn. $2300. Phone 964-5743 or 473-2046 2tchg 5/23 14x70, front kit.. 3 BR, 11 ft. Tip a Bay.payments FINEST THIS IS FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE JUST PLAIN LIVING. MAKE AN
ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3BR.IYo after 5:30 p.m. 5/23 2tpd 5/30 TWO BR furnished frame house 935 as Iowa. $224/mo. 'OFFER)I.
screened 1980 DODGE ASPEN $1800. Price CLAYTON HOMES 3965 ,
IBA. Fireplace, carport Phillips Hwy.
Euclid St. $250 mo. Call 964-8643 after 6 BROOKER BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS ACRES. ONLY 5 YEARS OLD
Excellent condition. Jax., Fla. 733-0621.) 5/23
porch 3/4 mil. west of Highway 301. negotiable. Itchg
$95,000.468.1576 after 600. 5/9 tfn 9646134. Itchg 5/23 FURNISHED p.m. 5/16 2tchg IBR triplex 5/23 part of utilities 3BR 2BA $55.000 w/ASSUM. MTG. OF APPROX. $36,000 at 1 1'/.%. $396./MO.

FOR SALE BY OWNERi 2BR 1BA, block 1985 TOYOTA PICKUP No down still furnished. Private yard and entrance.No 301 MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. WITH SPACIOUS LIVING

home with fireplace, tongue and under, warranty. Assume payments. children no pets. 9645970. 5/23 1985 LIBERTY SUPRA QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO I

groove pine paneling n.w carpet 964.6056 or 9648732. Ask for Charles TFchg 14x50; 2 BR, 1 BA $8900. HANDSOME BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37'/ ACRES 4BR/2V.BA,

white oak parquet floors larg. rooms. 5/23 2tchg 5/30 NEW HOME: 2BR. 1BA fireplace, CH/A. See Ray Gouin lor bargains! FIREPLACE tBARN-GOOD FOR KIDS AND OTHER GROWING THINGS.
1984 CAMARO Z-28 Loaded with glass
Asking $40.000 with equity down and :
7 miles out Brownlee Rd. 5332483. 'FORMERlY MAJIK MARKET ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL 301 HWY.
asiumable 10 pct. mtg.., at 289mo. t-top. No money down take over 5/23 2tchg 5/30 SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC.
Possible 2nd mortgage available payments. Will consider trade-In. US 301 SECLUDED. CHARMING $76.900 BR 3'/. B UNIQUE HIDEAWAY IN CITY ON 7
2 BEDROOM 2 bath trailer. Under pecan North Starke. FL
Keystone Hts. 4737619. 5/16 2tchg 9646603. Itchg 5/23 ACRES 6 YEARS OLD ft IF YOU LIKE INDIVIDUALITY HERE IT IS I
tree, nice awnings, newly remodeled. We buy & sell used homes.
5/23 1978 VW Rabbit: 4 dr. Auto with air. $125 deposit. $225 per mo. Off Meng Financing Available! BRICK 4 BR 2B ONE ACRE-SEWING RM COULD BE 5th BR, FIREPLACE DBL.
3BR 1BA From. Home with 3 acres of $1750. 4737989. Itchg 5/23 Dairy Rd. Call for appt. 9646714. Itpd GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -CHftA
land. 275' highway frontage on SR 100 1975 PLYMOUTH VALIANT: 318, AT$"00. ((904)) 964-4414
5/23 LOTS: BESSENT RD 5 OAKS. CONNERLY ESTATES HAMPTON OAKS CROSBY
sell 318 N. Clark St., Stark. Itpd
1 1/2 ml. North of Keystone Hts. Must TWO BEDROOM TRAILER new carpet. LAKE SAMPSON LAKE, SOUTHGATE.
96 .52"0 or Dot Chambers 5/23 Clean. $150 mo., $100 security
813.261.7596 after 6 p.m. Itpd 5/23 1974 FORD MUSTANG: Needs work. Best deposit. 9645161.per Itchg 5/23 1975 GUERDONUsed CALL ST. HOME EXCELLENT FINANCING.

offer 9645824. Itchg 5/23 ONE ACRE mobile home lot for, rent: 24x60: 3 BR. 2 BA, Lap siding, den 36.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING.
:3 BR HOUSE FOR SALEI |lust outside cityon Phone 964-4238 anytime' $75 COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES .
per wllh bar. Completely remodeled.12000. >"
Prlyqle. road..Ceptrpl 'heat/ACM. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY(, ro .
Includes "
month watery Itchg V23< .
Gould -49 GREAT HWY 229 NItti' FARM'HOUSE. <
Wood Stove, huge Reer-: Room below RENTLEASEFOR MOBILE HOMEi 2 BR excellent condi "See"Ray for bargjlnst ACRES; ) ASSUM MTG.

appraisal $38,000 Call 964-5997. 4/25 tion. Private location. On Griffis Loop SKYLINE HOME CENTER, INC. LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 38 ON 3% ACRES.

tfnchg. 468-2374 after 6 p.m. Itchg 5/23 US 301 North Starke FL -4 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A ft WILSON RD A GOOD BUY.
SALE OR TRADE: IN STARKE Two-
TWO BEDROOM upstairs apartment. No We l buy 6 sell used homes. RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.
BUSINESS story building on corner of Call 8 pets. 964.8464 after p.m. 5/16 2tchg
Financing Available! $21,500 SINGLE WIDE FAM RM ADDED 2 IB
Thompson Sis., one block from City 5/23 BR ON 3/4 A.

OPPORTUNITIESOWN Hall. Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849.2/21 ((9D4)) 964-4414 832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.

tfn __ ._ NOTICE KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE! TWO LOTS/FOR 5000.
OWN JEAN SPORTSWEAR:
YOUR -
533 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING 21000.
MISCELLANEOUS
,
Ladles apparel chlldrvns large size, 1985 CATALINA THRILLER
accessories. Jordoche. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE LOTS OWNER FINANCING.
combination sstore. 24x44. 3 BR. 2 BA. Plywood doors, shingled -
the Bradford
Chic, Lee Levi, Easy Street 27 FT. TERRY TRAVEL TRAILER: Priced to to County 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S. EXCELLENT TERMS.
Calvin Klein Telegraph office In writing and paid In roof, pantry. $13.800.
trod.Sergio Esprit Valente Tomboy, Evan, Plcone, Liz, sell, 1972, well maintained. $2400 call advance unless credit Is already See Ray Gouin lor bargains! INVEST NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S.

964.5895.5/2 4tpd 5/23. established with this office INC.US BRICK HOME RD 2303BR 2 B. LOT 100 x 300552,000. REDUCED TO $48,000
Claiborne, Member Only Organically fill 100 SKYLINE HOME CENTER, .
CUSTOMERS
WE CATERTO DOCK
Gasoline, Healthtex, Over THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY FOR QUICK SALE HURRY I
Grown pd cylinders $20 we sollte customers to HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 301 North, Starke, FL.
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Inventory
1000 others. $7,900 to $24,900 *
Grand own their' tanks we sell and rent tanks CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER We buy S sell used homes.
training fixtures op.n.lng and furnish cylinders open Man thru Frl EVENINGS
THE TELEPHONE.
etc. can open In 15 days, Mr. 8.45: to 6:30 Sat 8:45 to 3:00: 354-7843 Financing Available! LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 7447408IRVING
Classified deadline .
Is TUESDAY.
Keenan ((303)) 6783639. 5/23 Itpd. Jax 259-6810 McClenny. 5/9 4tchg ((904)) 964 4414 JOHN GREENE 533.2121 CLARK JR. 94-7188
NOON prior to Thursday publication.
SATELLITE ANTENNAS and pay phones.National 5/30 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 NOVIS WARD 964-7454
Minimum charge is 15 words for$2.75
company needs dealers. FREE PUPPIES Cute small mixed breed WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 DAVID DODGE 964-5370
then 10 cents for each word thereafter
No inventory
Complete training provided. puppies. 6 wks old. Mother is
required., Complete;: units from dachshund 5/23 Cherry Tree Boutique
mix 9645293. Itpd a- -
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON
$499. wholesale.5/23 24 hrs. 3035707800. FREE TO GOOD HOME: Female white FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). & Consignment Shop Subscribe BRADFORD COUNTY

6/16 2tpd 5/23 Spitz. More information 9644491. Itchg For 56$125 Florida((25-words newspapers), your ad(dailies will go and into Large selection of Jewelry, clothing, Todayl'I TELEGRAPH

FREE KITTENS 3 males and 1 female. weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000 new shoes (casual dress), baby 964-6305

BOATS 9648393. Itpd 5/23 readers. Make that money work foryou..Sell clothes wall hangings, handmade
FREE TO GOOD HOME with yard: 2. the FCAN Call
7-mo-old male shepherd. 9645246. way. Items. ; AA 1 13614 BR. 2 ba. on 5 acres, stocked
and trailer 25 964-6305 ask for Sylvia Today. Janet
14 FT. BASS BOAT hp Itchg 5/23 DON'T' DELAY-CALL STARKE PLAZAPortable pond, newly remodeled Inside
Johnson motor and electric trolling TODAY I

motor. Like n.w. 2000. 9646943. -- StarlingRealtor 1395 Owner.-2 financing.Br, I ba. home In country,

:. 5162tpd523MOTORCYCLES WANTEDBABY Subscribe I : : II workshop fruit trees, furnished
: ; much Included In sale.

Buildings VERY NICE 3 BR, 2 BA. 2 Ac. I396--20 ac, Inside city limits zoned
: Hwy :
SITTER desires 8 AM 5 PM
|lob to Lake Butler A ,
: US 301 South Starke 964-6020 125. 49000. Mobile Home Park furnished 2 BR.
Man thru Fri. 964.7940.5/9 3tpd 5/23 ,
TWO YAMAHA '100 for $250. 964-4002 WANTED TO RENT 2 or 3 BR house or Call VIckI 496-2261> I -5 ACRES: $11,000; 10 ACRES home plans already approved Included .

alter 3 p.m. Itchg 5/23 trailer 964-7477 or 964.8700. Itchg 5/23 ,1. CURLES CYCLESSizes $22 000 in sale.
-4.87 ACRES Well tank, 17x35 386--Mobile home on 2 ac. 100
: septic
Heights I'
Keystone : from 8x10 to 12x24
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.. Talman pool fenced cross.fenced. West $18000.I38515
4732210In $24000' ac. ranchette, horse barn
REPOSESSION
11 :
oool 3 BR, 2 ba. brick home.
ACRES Verynice.
BULLDOZER WORK 1982 Commodore. 14x70, 3 BR, 2 BA Low -" -4 : Hwy 225 A. $12.500. .
Starke: -- -- '5 Ac.. Pv'd frnlg 12500.
Fill Dirt & Clay payments. Call Montez .20 Ac.. Cov'd in pines.
I See Ray Gouin lor bargains! Plumbing Supplies .
T 964-6305 : 50 Ac. $50.000. ..13IN.T.mpl.A"..
Tim Murrheo SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC. .3 BR, 1 BA: Country, $25.500, SterkeFI3209lSTROUT

Keystone Heights US 301 North, Sla...... FL. From 'LiQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE
We buy & sell used homes. Shop & Compare!! 'SERVICE STATION $40,000 '

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473-4175 Financing Available Six,\-i.it Insur.uu-f (orMi Durrance g REALTY
((904)) 782 3931 IMCOFOATIDsnout
((904)) 964-4414 >l>ilt* Home ir'ark.! "r *
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L... | I TO % Inwtav 944-1911 473-3096
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poln-irs (ormobile -- .
homes Supply Co. 1 -

for Good Deal l? Call for Quote N.- *4 N. '
Looking a Olin's Mobile U.S. 301 Start., mTi.dmaPI. [ 964-7061 Carpet (Any' $1495 Scotchgard is


Check our prices before you pay 'TOO much! Home Sales Cleaning a Hall) Availableee


We have been in business in Florida for 34 Elaine M. Olin. Agent We Drill Wells, (( Soil Extraction Is Also Available)


years Designing and Custom-Building to meet I 964.5606 2" to 6" .-State Licensed. Whole House Special (Llv., Din., Hall. 3 Br.), 5995Carpet

needs. We will also complete r''I 5995
YOUR specific .- Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . '' '
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YOUR home or building to ANY STAGE YOU i ,

DESIRE. ( Slack -(Eaurtnau & A00aciates.> 3nc. I Furniture Cleaned (Sofa & Chair) \ \- 4495
lO..Low.
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473-7060 Prices

In the Market for a New Home? dltpr/Bullder hill region'of BradfordCo. Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas


1 x out our Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special! 'Large. A few variety Duplex of Lots& Triplex S Acreage Lots. No In the septic tank mound pay. Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

1%' Baths. CILIA, Carport UtU. Rm. & Carpeting *d. roads Our community water systems Owner financing (Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial)

Starting at $34,800 on your lot rir from $3950" Central to Gainesville. Jacksonville! Palatka: and PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe


F r.M'r8' Details & Free ,Estimates Call: Starke: specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing wall to wall carpet, furniture Clean-

Course Lots Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
INC. Golf
Beautiful
.WNGCHAMP; HOMES' J Senior. On/on' DIM mini No AAileeigw Clxiryo ftw Advice

r ...:" 964-8853 'Priced from: $1O,95O Call -. 964-4997 Call

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Keystone PERSONAL SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES CARS, TRUCKS MOTORCYCLES

t. Heights Ads r" It, J I. '. ... .,- & BOATS "

CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work, RICK'S' AWN S'IVICI Mowing and'all': ...' 17 SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE low

f| FOR RENT ----- 'FOR RENT : kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry.Reasonable type of yard work. Reasonable rotes I I.7B VW RABBIT -4 door, automatic air, mileage, water-cooled. kept,
helmets
prices Call 473-4013 after 473-4312. Itpd 5/23 $1,750.473.7989. Itchg 5/23 now pre and battery 2 tools,

LAKEfRONT J 9.30p.m.: 1/9 tfnchg SEWING MACHINE SERVICE --Clean oil a 173 VOLVO Statlonwogon automatic fairing trunk and addle. $1,000 takes
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.cr..n COTTAGE tBR. larg. 2BR FURNISHED HOUSI 'located on CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and ins adjust tension. In shop or In your runs good. $1,200. 473-2735 or all. Call 473-2000. Itpd 5/23
porch
Boat dock-Near Lake Johnson. Freshly painted, enclosed stallations. Fr. estimates. Ten year home. $14,95. 47 .2006. Itchg 5/23 4732156. Itpd 5/23
Keystone.. KEYSTONE 473.4186. Itcha 5/23 front porch: No pets. No deposit. experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for HOUSECLEANING elderly core, child!, 174' MERCEDES 240D Many extras, HOUSES FOR SALE
.REALTY HEIGHTS $250 per month. Call 4732000. Itpd Craig. S/17 tfnchg and handicapped care A full-tlme'' $5,900. VERY good condition 473-7321
R.ntal 3/23 HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs, mature Christian nursing student.. Call' or 373-0321. Itchg 5/3 NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS Four
Property Available LAKE GENEVA Large 2BR, 2BA house. mobllehome repairs and fix-up needs. .. .
1 BR, 2 BA Lake Santa F. after 6 p.m. and weekend 473-7093.. -- .. bedroom two both cedar chalet on a
No $400 Unfurnished. city limits:Completely furnished color No lob too small Minor plumbing Itchg 5/23 FOR SALE stocked trout stream in national game
pels. per month. cable TV, central H/A large deck. No repairs. Cleaning service Light haul-
reserve. Furnished. Include deluxe
J BR. 2 IA
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Gotor bone
lok..
Completely pets. $350 per week 12829361. 4tchg Ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening.
appliance. 3.000 ft. elevation./
furnished $400 per month and $400 3/23-6/13 9/17 tfnchg.FURNITURE MISCELLANEOUSPAC SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC
security deposit. pipes and fittings. Water softeners. $49,900. $3.000 down term.. High
2BR LAKEFRONT On Twin Lake In AND ANTIQUE reflnishlng.
Q': OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center Keystone Heights area $300 a month Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac RAT Buy. Sell and trod. Used furniture Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hots... Country Rlty.lnc. P.O. Box 295 Blue.Ridge .
30913.'
Georgia ((404)) 6327311.
$200 p.r month and $200 security plus deposit. 4733856. Itchg 5/23 4732521. tfnchg 1/24 ,* appliances, household Items, 473.4006 5/24 tfnchg Free brochures ItFCAN
deposit collectables MUST SACRIFICE. Hammond 5000 series
CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG Interior, ex- glassware, old jewerly? .
1 BR. FURNISHED efficiency cottages. terlor, references. Call 473.7517 3/14 tools, etc 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 organ with double keyboard, base N.C. MOUNTAINS New 2 bedroom
By week or month. LOSTFOUNDFOUND tfnchg OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call cedar homes, land, water electric
LAKE BROOKLYN Ladies 473-2210 weekdays or 473.4648 heat rock fireplace, deck for 38500.
3BR 1BA unfurnlshd. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE Reflnlthlng. boutique, or children's store.
$275 per month. IN MCRAE AREA Female black Stains, oils & polyurethene finishes National brands. $15,500 Includes fixtures weekends for appointment to see. tfn Weare developing 1.400 acres cur-
IN KEYSTONE 2BR, 1BA. unfurnished. ft white Collie mix dog. Call 4733712. Caning. Call Joanne after 5 p.m. training, $9,175 Inventory, accessories 14 INCH GARDEN PLOW 3 pt. hitch choose rounded by river and lake. Pick and
$225 per monlh.KEYSTONE Itpd 5/23 4732086. 4tpd 5/23-6/13 and more...Call now! Mr. $200; rabbits live or dressed; bunnies; ERA your spot nowl! $4,000 per acre.
HEIGHTS REALTY PM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing Tote (7042745965.) I ItFCAN setting hens chick., layers Call DUNCAN REALTY 124 Highway
64W MurphyN.. C. 28906. Free
Licensed Real Estate Broker 473.4961 HELP WANTED Tilling, Beach work. 4737607. 5/2 4732000. Itpd 5/23 brochure.
6/21 tfnchg tfnchg MOBILE HOMES It USED Church pews, padded N.C. 1-800.438.51.1tFCAN
cushion., 10 ft. long, fair condition. MOUNTAINS Fully equipped condos -
KEYSTONE PLUMBING
PART-TIME MAN FOR LUMBER YARD Repair sewer & and chalets, discount available
3 BR, 2BA Block house on Lake Geneva drain cleaning. 24 hour Call 659-2325. 2tchg 5/23.5/30
lumber and building emergency ser Call
Handling
Available 183 DW MOBILE HOMI MUST SELL Old $100 today ((704)) 898-4546. Sugar Area
May 1. Central H/A, $400 per vice. 473.3209.4tpd 5/2-3/23 24x56.3BR2BA. upright piano ;
materials, truck driving, some counter
lodging P. O. Box 879 Banner Elk
CHSA Screen for movies of slides best offer
month. Coll furnished ,
473.7292.4/11 tfnchg sales, some maintenance work, Permanent LEARN TAXIDERMY Learn to mount shingl.droof ; N.C. 28604. ItFCAN
2BR FURNISHED Mobile large front deck w/lakevlew 15 ft. freezer, make offer. Phone
home No pets with opportunity for advance animals, fish ond birds for fun or profit. op-
Melrose $170 1 acre, excellent condition 473-4776 or 4733408. Itchg 5/23
area. per month and ment. Writ. to P. O. Box 364 Lak. Free information 19047823547. 2tpd prox.
$36,000 with assumable S. GIANT SALE New flashing LAND FOR SALE
deposit. 1.684-6634.5/1" tJnchaStarke Geneva Fl 32660. 3tchq 5/9-5/23 5/16-5/23 mortgage. arrow signs.
Melton 4737741. 4/4 tfnchg Factory direct. Extremely limited quan
tity. $247 complete, was $497. Free 166 LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. $13,900.
letters! Call Immediately Owner will finance. $164 per month
AdsFOR 1-800-423-0163 anytime. (Not paint 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
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damaged). ItFCAN LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready
RCA COLOR TV Portable, used 15 Inch to move on. Power w.lI. septic and
SALE HELP WANTED HELP WANTED picture. Yours for $185 cash. 473-4548 fence. $7.000. 392.0985 or 3727294.
PERSONAL SERVICES after 7 p.m. Itpd 5/23 Ask for Linda. 9tchg 5/2.5/30
DUNCAN PFIFE Mahogany wood 3 ACRES 4 mite east of Keystone
PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For
: part replica dining table with 6 chairs. Ap- Heights, Owner financed low down
C.E. Hicks 1879.4024 Milliard. Fla 5/9 time work. Send P.O. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All
resume to
CONCRETE FINISHER NEEDED $11.86 45 old condition,
) Pay prox. years good payment easy term.. Call 473-3626
4tchg 530CAMPER Drawer 280. Starke, FL 32091. 1/03 tfn per hr. Phone Mr. Waters, 468.2999 makes cleaned oiled ond adusted| $150 cash. Call 4733545. Itpd 5/23 anytime. 2tchg 9/23-9/30
197: 35' fifth wheel American EXPERIENCED SALES PERSON: Apply In eves after 4 p.m. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 $15. Used sewing machines for sale. -.
Traveler with 20 ft. owning, fully self- person at Ollns Mobile Home, Hwy PEP-'O James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. ---- NOTICE
contained price neg. 5332411. Coll 100 Storke. 3/14 tIn FOOD STORE now taking applications and Hwy. 16 Starke. 964-8733. 1/03 tfn r
after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home for cashier. Apply Pep-O, 620 S. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed Free "I
Walnut - - -
St.
SEVERAL ITEMS! Window air conditioner; assembly work. For Info call ((504)) Itchg 5/23 estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS
2 swivel boat seats; 1963 Ford Galaxle. 641.8003 Ext. 9579. 4/11 EOW 5/23. JOB OPEN: CORRECTIONAL PROBATION Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559.329 Under New Management lNGsheutdb.submitted

712.3008.5/16 2tpd 5/23 AFTERNOON. EVENINGS, WEEKENDS OFFICER I: Requirements arebachelor's tfn 1 ..... ... ... ... ..... ... ... ... ... to the Bradford
ROLLS OF HAY I Fresh cut Alecla.: Arthur Must b. neat, cheerful and dependable degree and I yr. experienceIn MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. County Telegraph office .
Catkins 782.3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn Aply In person 782.3580 lawtey the custody and care, classificationor Also have quilts for sale. Assorted I In writing anc
SIMCO SADDLE for pleasure riding. Excellent Shell/Ice Cream Churn. 5/25 2tchg counseling of Inmates or In professional sizes and d"lgns. Betty Hildebrand I paid In advanc
cond. $250. 964-6305 before GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000 probation and parole work. Inquire 964-8122.6/21 tfnchg unless credit li
noon. Ask for Montez. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 $50,000/yr possible. All occupations.Call 964-5151 or submit application to WANT TO DRINK PINE FOREST I already established
PINTO GELDING $300. Very gentle. 805.687.6000 Ext. R.5504 to find P.O. Box 997. Starke. Itchg 5/23 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I I with this off lc..
9648323. Itchg 5/23 out how. 5/2 4tchg 5/18 EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERS WANTED WANT TO STOP THE TELEGRAPH
SHORT BED CAMPER TOP low top, tinted GIRL FRIDAY: Position Includes Inven Must have good driving record andchauffeur's THAT'S OURS STAFF
glass like new. $125. 9646365. Itchg tory, upkeep of food concession and license. Apply In person. Alcriiollcs: Anonymous J APARTMENTS I HELD MISTAKESI
5/23 sales area retail sales, general office No phone calls please Florida Rock '64.4150.964-6194.964-5434 FOR
TRAVEL TRAILER: 14 ft., self contained duties, typing required.Wed thru Mon. Ind.. Edwards Rd. 5/23 2tchg 5/30 pd thru 8/16 CLASSIPIEDS WHEN
for sale or rent by day or week. work week. For app:. call Waldo Flea HOUSEKEEPER/SITTER: Full-time, needed GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows, I AD IS TAKEN OVER
964.6974.5/23 2tchg 5/30 Market 468.2255.5/16 2tcha 5/23 immediately. Must be good with etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY THE TELEPHONE.
SEVERAL ITEMSt'74 Ford Ranchero young children. References required. 9646078. Orders also taken in Lake I 1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Apts. Classified deadline Is

$1200; color TV, metal storage FOR SALE Live in arrangement possible Salary Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights $ TUESDAY. NOON
building, base antenna, well pump Neg. Call 964-4034 for Interview. Itchg 473.4973.2/26 tfn From 160 & Up I prior to Thursday

furniture. 701 Weldon St. 9644572. Itpd 5/23 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infants and I publication
5/23 NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS with factory toddlers up to S years of age receive Minimum charge Is
1984 MOPED: like new. 7823895. 5/23 Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great experience needed to work Mon. excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call I 15 words for $2.75
2tpd 5/30 for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, Frl 7-3:30. Must be dependable with 473.7864.4/04 tfn ft 3 Bedrooms Available How |, then 10 cents for each
112
BRADFORD LIMEROCK 135 W. Call St. 9646305. stable work record. Apply In person for NEW METHOD CARPET DRY CLEANING word thereafter

SALES TRAILERS, TRAILERS TRAILERS: 5'x8' Interview appointment Stark. SERVICE Dry cleaning, sollguard, germicide
Llmerock a Fill Dirt utility trailer, $650; 16' dozer trailer, Uniform Mfg. 441 E. Brownlee St. Itchg & carpet freshner. Owned and I CALL TODAY FOR IN.
20 yd. semi-loads only $1,700; 16' utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn 5/23 operated by Don Martin & Ed Sanders. I FORMATION ON
Phone 762-3172 5/23tfchg trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single axle WANTED: MATURE LADY to do light Hwy. 24 West Waldo, FL 32694 Call FCAN Florida
DUNE BUGGY strong body, good trailer, $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150, 6 housework and cooking for elderly Collect ((904)) 468.1471.4/11 8tpd 5/30 Gr: I Classified Ad Network .
engine, electric starter good condi ft. ramps, $100. Olin's Mobile Home lady Monday thru Friday. 964.5610 or LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball I 1530 W. Madison ). For $125
tion. 964-6714. Ask for Tommy. Itpd Center, Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. 7823891. Itpd 5/23 fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861 eea a (25-wordi( your ad
Phone 12
1/10 tfn will into 56 Florida
anytime 4/25 tfnchg E".LlOUSIIi go
MOVING SALE House furniture and
: NEW PIANO: $49.99 per month, no credit WANTED PRIOR SERVICE AND NON- PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL ft /FPORTOEITT' Office Hours: 9 5I newspapers (dallies
many more Items. Good bargains. 880 checks. Call 964.6946.4/04 tfn PRIOR: with High School Diploma or COMMERCIAL All tyhpes repairs ft installation L and weeklies) for a
N. Temple or 9647357. Come look! 3'/t TON HEAT PUMP (GE): Call 964.5129 GED. The 202 C.E.S. has part time |lobs 24 hr. service, licensed call _I ..... ... circulation I of ,

Itchg 523WINNEBAGO after 6 p.m. Price negotiable. 4/04 tfn In Heavy Equipt. Carpentry, Plumbing, Owen Alvarez 964.5219.5/9 8tpd 627I
MOTOR HOME Self. ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. Masonry, Metal Fab and Pavement I WANT PRIVATE SITTINGS: I am certified
contained, AC generator. Daytime call No down, paym nf f.. qIl96 -6946. 4/04 Maint. Earn while you learn. Contact 964.5626. 5/9 4tchg 5/30 '
>5333511. Eves 5332121. 5/23 '" '
2tchg MSG Carl Sievers, Mon -thru Frl.f at 'WouTd--ffke to ERA Tiffin &:Owens Inc.
MOMS"'AkD:" DADs I
PlS/30! ,1 ,VA I'OHM'14.. tl'r"! Y; ',I "' ::! "" 5/23 ; ,
..lrolE HAVIN .:i FelC POULTRY "ARM: 9045333386. 5/16 2tchg babysit 1n my home 'days. Please call
CONSTRUCTION POLE: complete, $65. C.E. Hicks, 1879.4024, Hilliard, Fla. HIGH SCHOOL GRADS: want a great lexa,964-7321. 5/163tchg 9/30 Realtor
1974 T-BIrd runs good body rough 5/02 4tchg 5/23 part-time |lob? Interested in learning ATTENTION C.O.'si Young mother will
$200. 468-2374 after 6 p.m. Itchg 5/23 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as Heavy Equipt, Carpentry Plumbing, babysit In home at prison. All ages. FAULKNER REALTY
my
ALUMINUM CROSS BED tool boxes for $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. 4/04 Masonry, Metal Fab, and Pavement Flexible days and hours. Call after 6 ....St.-A.k for Susan
small, med. or large PU trucks. Hinged tfn .... Maint. Earn while you learn. Contact p.m. 431.1077,5/23 2tchg 5/30 6JO a.m.-5Mp.m.
locking bids. 9646822. Itchg 5/23 MSG Carl Sievers Mon thru Frl at RICK'S LAWN SERVICE: mowing and all l a.m.'o 12 noon
KENMORE DRYER: Heavy duty $65. SEVERAL ITEMS: 15' fiberglass boat & 9045333386. 5/16 2tchg 5/23 types of yard work. Reasonable rates. IFormerly'
Phone 9647876. Itpd 5/23 galvanized trailer $500 080; 16" 473-4512. Itpd 5/23 .
RCA COLOR TV Portable used 15" pic Poulan chainsaw $100 OBO; 6x5 .. .. '
ture. Your. for $185 cosh. 473.4548 enclosed utility trailer, $225 OBO: 8 FREE FIREPLACE Our Exclusive
after 7 p.m. Itchg 5/23 tackle boxes full of fishing gear. SYSTEM
With FKntotone doublewlde. 24 or 26 ft.
GUN CABINET 4-gun capacity; $125. 9646509. Itpd 5/23 any
Taking orders for Fathers Day. COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to StarkeTruck wide Darting it $1,000.AL'S ..
9646210. Itchg 5/23 Stop, south of Starke. 9648212. Sit Ray Gouln for bargalnil -
*One or I Ihree Acres In the country. High and dry!
RECREATION CAMPER TRAILER: 11/24 tin PLUMBINGResidential SKYLINE HOME CENTER, INC. *STARTER HOME for a young couple or perfect for rental Investment. Brick 3
Bathroom sink, stove, refrigerator Boost
RENT OR BUY flashing arrow sign.
& Commercial BR 1 1/2 bath. Out of
town.
US 301 North, Starkf. HWt
new AC, heater, double bed twin bed. sales and site awareness. Rent
$1700. 964-6991. Itchg 5/23 $30/month plus tax Norton Flea Repairs buy A tell used hornet. Commercial Building In town on Hwy 301. Only $30,000.

REFRIGERATOR Like new Hotpoint Market located on 301 opposite State Certified Financing Available! *40 ACRES mostly wooded. $44,500.
frost-free, off-whlte, Icemaker Included Crosley Trailer Mfg 9646509. Itpd 5/23 ((904)) 964-4414 *50 ACRES with large barn and well fenced. Only 68750.
but never Installed or used. $250. 473.3562 *ZONED Multi-Family: Building lot in town.
Inquire at 607 Melton Terr., Starke. *4 BR 2 BA home with spacious master bedroom 2 fireplaces/ calling fans in
Itcha 5/23 Subscribe ** ** * * ** cluded. 5 Beautiful acres with fish pond for only 47000.

Today/ FOSTER PARENTS *3 BR 1 BA home on corner lot with fenced yard. 36900.
*SUMMER VACATION home, :2 BR, I BA with access to Silver lake.
11 Quality *OWNER NEEDS TO SELL I This lovely 3 BR 2 BA mobile home with all the .x-
Steve BroadwayTREE NEEDED tras. Priced below $30,000.

Tree Service *PRICE REDUCED: Larg. lake front lot on Winding Tree Lake.
a SERVICE : For adult males attending Sunshine *THIS 3BR 2 BA brick home Is located close to all Institutions, lust outside of

"Quality Work Financial Roiford. let us show you this good Investment.
at Reasonable Rates" Removal) Industries Workshop. *6 ACRES and a beautiful 2 BR 2 BA brick home, Jen-AIre Range, CH/A heat

Trimming available. pump ceiling fans, and a lot morel I
Fully Licensed & Insured *Stump Komoviil subsidy )} *5 ACRES completely cleared well septic, and a mobile home to live In

12-Year ResidentOf Firewood Call Bob Larimer, Director while building your dream home, owner financing. Priced In the 20's.
Bradford County *$10,000 PRICE REDUCTION on 3 AC Comm Property.
964.7699
"The One To Call/ Free" Estimate Bradford ARC 10 ACRE farm with 4 BR house on paved rood. Priced for quick sale.
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Before it Falls"/ 473.4732 * *** ** ******* *3 BR home on 8 1/2 acres ($2,000 rebate to buyer and).
*3 INVESTMENT PROPERTIES with owner Inane, price reduction. Extra
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After 5 P.M. special price on package.

Keystone Heights A3 BR 2 DW on 1 act.nc.d. only $32,000.
*3BR 2 BA rancher 15 min to RMC.
Licensed & Insured *SR 100 S. CB |lust remodeled and painted. CH/A, low down payment with

VACUUMSALE small monthly payments
0! A3 BR 1 BA close to school. Owner will finance.
MOBILE HOME SERVICE
COMPLETE .W. MADISON ST.: 3 BR 3 BA two separate kit. ft laundry rooms
Skirting Plumbing A OLD FARM HOUSE and barn on 70 acres with 45 ac. In timber.
NEW & USED Docking Electrical REALTOR A START YOUR BLUEBERRY FARM on this 17 acres (Ideal).
Remodeling
\v Finance Our Own Flooring Slab S. USHER A 40 ACRES 2 BR, 1 BA.
e Addition .Concrete JANE
KIKBYS A ONLY $25.300 and you can own your very own home right In Stark.
Custom Built Sheds-Pump House Your Union County Realtor A KINGSLEY LAKE HOME with Its v.ry own pathway to the Lake
ROYALS fre. .*ItlrMtes.Call -7'22A 496-2126 or 496-2903 A REDUCED TO SELL: lovely country home with 18.' acres to enoy.A | .

EUKEKAS ::160 w.Mo1It....L.k.Buler OWN 100' Santa Fe River frontage for only $100 per month at only 9.5 pct.
HUOVEKSELECTKOLUX A REDUCED! REDUCED! 47 acres with brick home only 89900.

FLORILANDREALTY A2BR, 1 1/2 bath frame home with 7 acres. Very good terms.
KILTER QUEENS;; A BEAUTIFUL LOT In Hampton Oaks.

SKA ItSCOMMERCIAL ( .For A Lotto Change In Scenery, But With Few Dollars A 2 ACRES with well and septic, $15,000. _'

,. 9647700 Down..Buy yourself some of the Countryside. Choose clearedor *IMMACULATE HOME In Deerwood, 3BR :3 BA CH/A-, extras.
A LAURA ST.: CB 2 BR 1 BA only $24,200.
all makes ALL FOR
We repair 393 N. Temple Ave wooded hay fields or planted pines. We have it A REDUCED to $29,900 4 BR. 1 BA home, has lust been redecorated. ,

AI Young'sSince Vernle p, Odom SALE,..In Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. .MH on 1/2 ACRE (Woodlawn area) with bullt-ons. Priced to sell at $16,000.
Brok.r-GRI .With 10 Yrs. to pay at the going Interest rate and only 15%. A LAKE BUTLER: lovely large home, owner anxious to sell.

1957 Joy Thornton Associate down, you can buy 1 '/ to 3 Ac. parcels or up to 60 Ac. Owner' RAIFORD: 3 BR 1 BA on large lot with CB workshop only 16900.
CALL FOR AP. *LARGE HOME on 1 acre In town assum. mtg.
j financed Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. |
964.6918 near
Dream Place. 52 AC plus road f ron- "'' I.1 1/2 ACRE near Country Club nice building site.
3 Miles north of tag. on 2 sides and 3 BR 2'/ Bo POINTMENTTOSEE... A 2 1/2 ACRE loins Country Club beautiful trees. ?
home. HOMES WITH ACREAGE A SARATOGA HTS: Nice 3 BR 1 BA CB CH/A. .

Fer Salei Trailer lot. Owner financ Super fine home with pool. Ext. Lg. Den with stone fireplace. This very ottrac- I A NEXT TO PARK on Church St.: Very attractive 2 BR 1 BA.well built home..

1- ing. tive secluded home on 1 Ac. has a low Interest role on First Mortgage that can Reduced to 31900.

Small House Appx. 1 ac. In country be assumed by qualified buyer. For appt. call now..Close to city limits of lake 'e
STARKE, FLA. Corner lot 3 BR 1 B. In City.Desired Butter, Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
FOR SALE OR RENT Area 3 BR 1 BA, ...ume' Brick Home..In. Town..3 ,Ac..SPACIOUS. 4 fireplaces:beautifully decorated.: | Sales Manager. Evenings 944-4O48
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene

month.Four 1200 Ideal*q.for ft bldg.contractors$200", auto per .Mtg......n. Rd 3 BR 2 BA,with 2.39 ac. e3 Investment BR home?I block from Main St. Lake Butler. Owner. will finance. Priced right. I. Faulkner 964-4142 Ills.Johns S33-2BU

lumber .In Country 2 homes,exc. Condition Terms negotiable. Owner says SELL.. Rex SI.m.r473-2120 Suzanne Kitchens 944-7UO
repairs, light mfg.. storage. land- Bob Matthews 4-72l1 Lou Young 944-7823
road outside Raiford area. Beautifully
|lust
I machine sh owner finance'Lawson 3 BR home on lovely country
; yard FOR INFO p.CALLi Bldg much. value for few scaped I Ac. Property Is partially fenced, also born and storage shed Incl. Priced Carol Wernerl64.4992COMMERCIALRESIDENTIAL

dollar to sell. Ready to move In..Collloday.
I MCDOUGALLAUCTION Homestead 3.2 ac. road frontage Moving to Alaehuo? Have nice home and 1 Ac. available. Owner moving put Rentals Available .

INC.i.fQ47 en two side, ...Ig.barn good land. of area. Ready to sell. Call for appl. to SEE. Corner lot with' beautiful country Carol Warner REALTOR ASSOC.
CO.. LOOKING FOR LAND scenery across the road makes this home a delightful", pne to sell. Property Management Division, .

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. Defense'Against Drug Smuggling

Union,. County Ads ., "-.- --------____ ______ ________
Sheriff. Dolph Reddish has unveiled ihemsleves, Dempsey said ,, "V, ,'. '. ,oj ....... ,, ,,;' ).ii"i' .., ," .', .ktrkr: :. '
_____ the 'statewide "Civil Defense Marijuana, cocaine, quaalu es' ; '" ; '\ 'v ,' ...',,, iJ-oo 'LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE
Against Drug Smuggling" program and other dangerous drugs pour into \ ., .1 -;
in Bradford County which is designed the United States by both air and
to encourage citizen involvement boats from nearby foreign countrieson r LAND OR ''ACREAGE Highway 18 between ZENITH ,25" CONSOLE COLOR TV in
MOBILE HOMES
In Florida's, fight ,against illegal a daily basis. It is believed that WANTED Washington Springs ,, and beautiful walnut cabinet, was $749.95
drug trafficking.The ; from 50 to 75 percent of these illegal, Brooker In. Bradford County. Terms now need someone to take overpayments
WANTED-.WIII CHAMPION 1981 24x60 3 bedrooms, 2 available. Call Shands Howard at of $31.20 per month or pay
Civil Defense drugs enter through Florida. Pay Ca.h for used /
program your
sponsored Interested
jointly by the Florida Depart- Because of the many hundreds of mobile horn. Pow.II'. 496-3377.5/23 bathe living room, don with fireplace; Farmers Dealers Bank, 4962101.594tchgS30 small balance call collect of $428.60.for Mr. White at
ment of Law Enforcement and the miles of coastline and rural public 2tpd 530WANTED Must bo refinanced. Call 1-782-3366. 755.0945 parties before 5 P.M. 4tpd 9/09-5/30
Florida lands and hundreds of airports andabandoned Retired couple to live small after 5 P.M. 1tpd523PERSONAL
Sheriff's Association, is on 17" TV Black and white 2 end tables",TV
targeted specifically at citizens who airstrips, law enforce- farm: take car of house and' livestock. REAL ESTATE stand, all for $175 or can be sold
work ment must have greater citiens help. Send reply to P.O. Box 831,lake Butler
at or around airports and SERVICES OUT OF AREA separately Call 752-6186 Lulu
Fl. 32054. 5/09 3tpd 5/23
marinas.If to cope with this problem. 1tpd5/23 .
Lake Butler-Union
these citizens see suspicious activity County Recreation TRAILER 20 ft., 3 axle, heavy duty flatbed
Board Is
which indicate ongoing accepting resumes for responsible DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY cypress trailer with electric
smuggling activity may they are being person for security and light Package deal; 2"or 4" well, water ? If I don't have It, I'll find it. Just brakes. $1500. Call 1.376.7694 after 6
upkeep at the Recreation ,Complex pumps 'new installation of "septic ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. P.M. Itpd5/23
to
urged contact the Bradford Coun-
ty Sheriff's Department at 964-6280 located at SR 121 Recreation Complex tanks, drain fields and lift station. 496.2126 or 496-2903 .v..... "YOUR FREEZER Upright,20 cu. feet 2 years old.
field. A mobile home lot Is furnished MOblle home available. All workguaranteed. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn 8/04
the poles $300. Call 496.2670 after 6 P.M., all day
or Florida of
Department Law Lake
Butler
at
Inquire
City Hall..125 E. Call :Tommy Dormon
Saturday. ltchg5/23
{ Enforcement at 18003427768. As Main St., weekdays between
A.M.
8:30
275.2151. tin 9/1
AIR CONDITIONER Citation, 27,500 BTU.
YARD
SALE
part of the program, Sheriffs across and 5 P.M. Itchg5/23 removal and
1Itg1 NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree used 2 months, like new $600. Call4311664.a"er
the state will be distributing NEEDED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE For
pam- and
Also firewood oak pine
pruning. MULTI-FAMILY Yard/moving sale Items 5 PM ltchgS23INSURANCE
phlets and describing tipoff signs to .Iderly couple- Lot suitable for mobile for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 4963823.tfn for canning and camping dryer;some. .
air and water narcotics smugglingand home within 10.15 mile radius of Worthington 12122ROBERTS
furniture, chest freezer shell tools,
putting up posters with the same Springs. Call Jewell at CASH FEEDS 496-2390 misc. household and utility Items.
496.3525 after 5
information. P.M. or on weekends. BULLDOZING AND FILL DIRT tfnchgS/16 Ladles, ,
boys girls clothing Including 3
FDLE Commissioner L.t It ring. 5/23 2tpd 5/30 MAINES INSURANCE AGENCYt 160 S.
Robert R. BABYSITTING Experienced dependablemom
pc. boys suits. Too much to list. Sat.
Lake ,
Avenue lake Butler 4963978.
Dempsey said law enforcement will babysit Monday- Friday. Call and Mon. May 25 and 27. 9 AM until
agencies need citizen involvement in FOR RENT for more Information. Janice ,Noegal dark. 496-3525 after 5 P.M. House Complete Insurance Service. tfn
the fight against drug smuggling as 496.3923.4tchg 5/9-5/30 diagonally behind Worthington Springs
badly as the nation assistance in TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES post office. Look for signs. 1tpd5/23 Want Ads Get Results
wartime. .Floridians who see Sleep With Your FOR RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150

suspicious that information activity should only Main Street Lak. Butler.. Phone if" '""'=.-,,',- "-"-r -,....''''''<=''.,.'.",.""' .""' ..",_.,..v,,,,.......,,_'., ,___""" .=....'" .-.-"'" ..-.JJ"f.IIIO-! ,....' -,,,....,,._ ,_ '-
report to BCSD or Contact Lenses? 496.2261 for Information tfn '"
FDLE and not take any action C.O.'s OUT OF TOWN Save up to$80 mo.
Now you can, with the 13,000 miles a yearl! PINES QUALITY'
LIVING.laundry Park Recreation CarPools
. NOTICEAN new soft tenses 'on-sate : FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE. J In Honorof
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Two Starke .
Men April 29 four plants were found at top priorities. "I appeal to the More Charges Filed
r; Arrested at Grocery a subject's house.The plants ranged motoring public to support our efforts THE .HEAT IS ON! .
f' from two feet to three feet In height to save lives this Memorial Day Against Thompson R
r p'shnpliftingandhisfriend' One man was charged with and were growing In pots, said Investigator Holiday through their cooperationand Additional charges of Ii
apparently David Aderholt. to report any impaired driversto haven It's be HOT Summer '
didn't like it, he created and violation of probation going to a ,
a distur
May 17 the sheriff's department the nearest Florida Highway
filed Lonnie who
boxes bance of by cereal.destroying donuts and working with U. William Tillotson Patrol Station or law enforcement. remains against in custody Thompson of Bradford Why not patch the next heat wave--;
found 36 seedling plants In the agency," concluded Burkett. Jail.Thompson: '
Earl Mike County Into Nu Waves
Pinkney '
was charged '
Lawtey area. The plants were grow- 26, of Starke was arrested 'i',
with criminal mischief May 20 for ing in IS gallon galvanized steel for Hot Nu Summer .Cut? r
his part In the disturbance at Pantry buckets woodedlot. Recent ArrestsIn May 12 by Lt. Glen Moore and your .-
on an undeveloped
charged with the and
Pride and Tony Davis burglary
Dumas Union
: charged with theft was CountyThe grand theft at Owen Joist Steel Mill. Special HOT Price
petit for
taking All plants were destroyed and the
I following arrests were made Thompson allegedly entered the tool
two packs of Ever Ready batteries
continue said
investigations
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i. said Patrolman W. C. Reno. Aderholt. The department will be in Union County during the past room at Owen Joist on May 10 and $7.50 Haircuts
r Both men, who week. removed a chain saw, tires, an-
gave their addressas
stepping up their surveillence as the
tifreeze, a drill motor and other
Old Lawtey Road,
were
placed
i court probation for six months. on growing season continues. Marcus Wayne Seay arrested May items. Most of the property was ;':-
I 18 for driving while license revoked, recovered said Moore. '1 W/Coupon (Blowdry Extra)
according to Trooper W.M. Abrams, Thompson was additionally charged 7J.
FHP
Lake Predict
; Butler Man 34 Get 'Em While They're Hot
was released on his own with violation of probation by Lt.
Charged With Persons Will Die recognizance. John Dempsey with bond pre-set at '! Offered by Connie Rose, Rita
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Spouse Abuse Over Holiday' PeriodThe $2,500.A and Robin
F Antonio S. Cortez arrested May 18 sworn complaint charging
A Lake Butler man was arrested Florida Highway Patrol has for driving while license suspended Thompson with the burglary of Sun- ..
May 16 after he allegedly beat his predicted 34 persons will die in (DWLS), according to Trooper D. F. shine Electric was filed by In- Nu Waves
wife and fired a .25 caliber Florida traffic: accidents during the Pescia, was released on a $100 cash vestigator Richard Bennett. Some of
automatic pistol at her. upcoming Memorial Day holiday bond. that merchandise has been
Michael James Seifferly was period beginning 6 p.m., Friday, recovered, said Bennett. 964-8431
charged with aggravated assault May 24, and ending midnight, Mon- Samuel Ladon Owens arrested Bond for the burglary-grand theft West Call Sf. Starke, FL
" with .a deadly weapon and day,May 27.This prediction is basedon May 16 for DWLS, according to was set at $2,000.
gravated spouse abuse, according ag to data collected over the three Deputy G. R. Hopper was releasedon
Investigator D. L. Cochran and Lt. previous Memorial holiday periods. a $100 cash bond. '
Gary Seay. Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, Direc-
The sheriff's department tor of the FHP stated, "This predic- Marls Daniel Sapp arrested May
answered a call to a farm on CR-241 tion equates to one death every two 15 for burglary of a conveyance and
approximately two miles north of hours and seventeen minutes of the petit theft, according to Lt. Gary
Providence where they found Bonnie holiday period, creating needless Seay, was released after a$250 surely -
Lee Seifferly who stated she had tragedy and grief for many bond was posted. According to Of- ERCIS
returned home early that morning families." ficer Joe Guyott, Sapp allegedly
after spending the night with friends "If last year is any indicator, 56 stole gasoline from a county school
because of threats on her life by her percent or 19 of the deaths will be bus in Raiford.
husband. alcohol related and only a few will be <
Her husband wearing their seat belt," said
starting beating her News of RecordIn
and then fired shots Burkett, "with most occurring at
her
at as she fled -
the area to a neighbor's home,according night roads."on straight and level state Bradford CountyThe This Summer"The
to the arrest
report.
Colonel Burkett notes that alcohol following marriages were
Seifferly was arrested and bond dissolved in Bradford County during
continues to be Florida's numberone
was set at $25,000 cash
or surety. the
problem in traffic safety and can month of April:

BCSD Finds only tion coupled be reduced with by strict public law enforce- Taylor.Clarence W. Taylor & Carla J. BH Center for Health and Fitness is now offering

Thomas C. Williams & L.
Cheryl
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Pot Growing Every available trooper will be on Williams. 3 MONTH SUMMER MEMBERSHIPSStudents
Small amounts of marijuana have patrol duty throughout the state to Lenwood Cuffee & Cynthia Ck
been found in Bradford County help curb this needless tragedy,said Bill J. Lewis & Joy D. Lewis. *
recently according to the sheriff's Colonel Burkett. Alcohol related offenses Paul M. Fagan & Theresa (Ages 13-17)) S45
department. and speed violations will be Fagan. Recreational Adult $77*
Michael Nettles & Billie Jo Ne

ties. Adult S95*
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treating and correcting
24th Avenue, follow signs
many common 922 East Call Street
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Coming June 1st, 1985 ((904)) 964-4210
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I Lake Butler Computers Upgrade Food Service System from page 5 I


each school is polled'and the infor" the time it takes a student to pass a participating member with
ma lion is in the computer at through the lunch line.For example ,Alachua County School Board which I
Gainesville, an elaborate program a recent visit to the' elementary allowed both school districts to
sorts the data from all three schools school cafeteria revealed that the qualify for the funds. '
and produces three financial and entire first grade could pass throughthe The three cash registers were paid
management reports. These reportsare lunch line in less than 10( for by the Union County School
forwarded by mail to the union minutes. Another plus this system Board, and Dr. Davis said the fun-
County school district. offers is the accountability of the ,ding for this project will end June 30. YOUR CHOICE ,
Because the Union County school cash collected. It Is also very Impor- At that time an arrangement will be
district does not have a mainframe tant for schools to be able to keep an negotiated with Alachua County
computer, it has opted to become, accurate accounting of the numberof School Board to pay a fee for the ser 99 Yd
member of a consortium composedof students receiving free or reduced vices provided by their data center. x
school districts which do not have lunches as school districts are reim- The link-up between Union County !,, z
their own mainframe computer,, bursed for same. And, of course, School Board, the mainframe computer
Consortium members share a main- there is nothing which'makes a in Palatka and the Northeast
frame computer which is located in school board any happier than to Regional Data Center at the University -
the Putnam County School Board have the auditors leave smiling, and of Florida is all part of the
Data Center in Palatka. that's just what has happened since Florida Information Resource Net-
The next morning when Mrs., the new system came into operationat work, known commonly by the SUMMER TOPS
Williams comes to work she can go the Union County schools. acronym FIRN. FIRN utilizes computer AND SHORTS
to her display terminal and by key- "It's meant a 90 pet. audit im links between school districts, ,,
Ing in a few instructions, she can provement said Mrs. Williams regional data centers throughout the Reg. To 3.99. Men's jog
find out how many free lunches,*for who has been with the Union County state and the Department of Educa- shorts with side piping or tr'.
example, were served in the middle School district for 17 years. tion in Tallahassee.
assorted tee and
school the day before. "But no matter how good a systemis Much excitement is being printed
How does this part of the operation ;it only works effectively when you generated throughout the entire muscle shirts. SMiLXL.Ladles' a
take place? Mrs.,Williams' request, have complete cooperation with state over Union County school solid
goes from her display terminal, your' teachers and principals, and district's high tech food service shorts and colorful tanksor
through a modem and into the North this is what we have," /she proudly operation. Although the automated tops. Regular and extra
Florida telephone system which added. food service accounting system was sizes. Girls 4 to 14 stylish
transmits it to Southern Bell in "To have them (the cash designed by food service and data shirts and shorts.
Jacksonville and from Southern Bellto registers) produce tapes of processing personnel at Alachua
the data center in Palatka. From everything that goes through them County School Board, it js very
Palatka, her request goes through'the was an important step. If nothing significant that Union County School
Northeast Regional Data Centerat else happened, it was worth that. Board took the big step to install this --
the University of Florida ,and But in addition, when you can send sophisticated system and assume a _-;-- .
from there to Alachua County School this information to a data center and leadership role which other school
Board Data Center. get management reports (of the food districts throughout the state seem
When the computer at the Alachua service operation), that's a plus," eager and anxious to emulate., DC PEPS
County School Board Data Center said Tildon Davis, Director of
receives Mrs. Williams' Instruc- Finance and Business Services for MOT a Olt *-
tions, it retrieves the requested in- Union County School Board. FLA.TWIN THEATRE
formation from files containing the "In the future, we will be getting Starke 964-5451 itSTATER
previous night's data. This Informa- even better management reports, .. I
tion is sent back to Mrs. Williams and there will be more reports Open Every Night ........
through the same link she used to request because this type of record-keeping SHOWING
the information. The information provides audit trails and information NOW
Mrs. Williams requested is now you need for the federal govern $ $ $
displayed on her terminal screen. ment," said Dr. Davis. 1 1I 84 9g EVERYDAYLOW FOR THE
From the time Mrs.Williams keysin According to Dr. Davis, the move
the instructions until the information to an automated accounting system OIL PRICE FAMILY

she requested appears on her within the food service departmentat Regularly 1.03. Regular 30 or m Pepsi, reg. & diet Pepsi Free, m Men's, ladles' and children's I
screen, no more than a few seconds the Union County schools began i ae HD30. Limit 5 quarts. Diet Pepsi & Mountain Dew. H surfer thongs In new colors.
have elapsed. Now that's what you taking shape two years ago when
call high tech I funds for this project became
Besides being a management available by way of a federal : i
time-saver, the benefits of such a through state grant. At that time :
system are First, it Union County School Board becamem 31 32$1
many. speeds up PA_
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Father Mike frt page 4 SCREEN 2JroUa IVE 4.75 OUNCE 100 COUNT

PALMOLIVE GOLD I TISSUES '
Ecumenical Movement took hold and on various and sundry commit- : A OLIVERegularly I
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within the of -i
community Keystoneas tees with the Priest Council of the 01
it did, especially through the Diocese. !/XCMAM fOH Limit 6 bars. i tissues. Limit 3. '
covenant with St. Anne's Episcopal Close to Father Mike's heart is the t
Church and through the response of program for the spiritual renewalfor Jntlfl IRS A GNMENt
other denominations joining in the all Roman Catholic priests, :
Way of the Cross walk which has which is called Emmaus."I IPG-t31 .' o 3R$1 ... 0 Co F
become an annual event here in have been deeply into that as f
Keystone on Good Friday drawing the Priest Council president and am
participation from all. denomina- pleased it has gone over so well," 301 DRIVE-IN FLAVORFULs 12"X 25' 01 ,
tions. Father Mike said. '
"I have found a spirit of fraternallove Little notes of well wishes for his Starke 964.7484 SNACKS IA IRS _f WONDERFOIL
and spirit of cooperation with future that appear daily on his kit- A variety of delicious M/UB Regularly 2 For '1, o@11D
other community pastors," he add- chen counter top accompanied by lit- Fri., Sat., Sun. chips or cookies. / J foil.
ed.Father tle rose buds in a vase are but small t
Chuck Norris In
Mike's 'ministry has not i
reminders
of what Father Mike has
Store
All Dollar
Prices Good At
been directed solely to St, William's meant to many of his parishioners. CODE OF SILENCE Through Thl' Weekend.Family Quantities Limited 309 South Walnut Street Starke t I
Church and to St. Philip Neri in Needless to say, he will_ .be sorely. On Some Item No Sales To Dealers.,
Hawthorne -- -PLUS- .
where he travels every missed by many. -
Sunday morning for mass, but has Father Thomas Gordon, pastornow 'THE TERMINATORRATED
also been very active in other areas of the Epiphany parish in Lake j
of the Diocese. City, will arrive to take over dutiesat : R
He serves as trustee on the boardof St. Williams on July 20. SHOWTIME: 8:30:
the St. Vincent de'Paul Regional "He has got great Irish humour," -
Seminary in Boynton Beach and sits said Father Mike of the new priest. .
on the Missions Board of Admissionsfor "He is kind, compassionate toward
candidates to the seminary.He is the sick and is easily likable." Found i
an elected member of the Priest DENMARK in the Great American-

Council, an advisory group to the I
Bishop and is also an elected
member of the Clergy Personnel FURNITURE furniture hunt at Denmark's'SugarLeaf
Board of the Diocese, which Father
Mike considers great honor.In SNAPPER
addition to all of these offices, embossed, engraved honeycomb maple ,
Father Mike also serves on, the SUPER
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annual May Breakfast of theWoman's Social Side
the Woman's Club. was given to Mrs.
Myldred Cuttino. Club News
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Club of Starke was held on ,J.' AM' Mrs. Griffin introduced the gueststo Mrs. C. E. O'Steen received the i
Saturday, May 18th, at the "J6iI'ii. the assembled with Clubwoman NoticesChurch
of the
Clubhouse group, special Year award. of theNews
with Mrs. J. W. Griffin The Items
Guests congratulations offered to Miss officers for 1984-85 were reinstalled -
presiding. were greeted by ., Sherry Harrell, who was the HOBIE to serve for the coming
Mrs. J. E.
Hardy at the punch table. .
winner, and will attend Youth club year.
Mrs. Drew
tions from "Doctor Reddish played selec- Seminar to be held in Tallahassee Mrs. H. M. Connolly presented Thursday, May 23,1983 WeddingsReceptions '
Zhivago" priorto Miss Harrell Mrs. J. Section
W.
the luncheon. The invocation accompanied by her Griffin with a special -
was mother, received congratulations of award for a job well done in
given by Mrs. V. J.
Spengler. Past the Club. recognition of Mrs. Griffin's erlortsas Gladys Mooty Parties
presidents of the
Starke Woman's Club of Mrs. Griffin reviewed the past a chairman of the 1985 Antiqueand 964-7608
were presented, and new
Club including the total Collectible
members of year Show and Sale.
the Club
were introduced. awards received by the Cli-b from The, Woman's Club of Starke will
A central District IV, and at state co mention. commence the 1985-86 Club year in
pedestal held an arrangement The President's Choice Award September.
of wildflowers with
daisies, which was echoed in a matching -
arrangement on the head

centered table. The with individual'flowers'tables fashioned were Bradford County Farm BureauFive Holds Meeting in Lake Butler

from fresh vegetables.Mrs. .
Carlos Hernandez
several Spanish songs, accompaniedby sang Mrs. C. E. (Carol) O'Steen voted Bradford County Farm ting agriculture\ a review of the 000--\' ,... .'-.. ....J tr- .
Mrs. L. A. Canova. Following Club Woman of the Year by the Bureau women attended the Florida statewide women's program by '" \ 1
Mrs. Hernandez' selections, Mrs. Starke Woman's Club and received Farm Bureau Federation district III Martha Lynn, state chairman, M' ,
Canova presented her with a small award at the May Breakfast Saturday Women's Conference in Lake Butler Callahan, and a report on the progress ..
token of appreciation on behalf of May 16.Speakers. of Farm Bureau by FFBF "
at the annual conference president, Carl B. Loop, Jr of '(IIj :
included Ed Shadd, FFBF assistant Jacksonville.
director of Field services A. Following a covered dish lun- i'
Moneim Ramadan, M. D. oft the cheon, the group toured the 0-1 com- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Carter Lake Butler Hospital and Hand puterized sawmill.
Surgery Center, Kay Stokis FFBF "We all look forward to this con- '
Women's committee district chair- ference every year," said Shirley X ,
man and Kevin Morgan, FFBF Gaskins, Bradford County Women's 1
Celebrate 50th Women's Coordinator. chairman. "We have the opportunity wr
Anniversary Marie Grant, Shirley Gaskins, to visit with other county ftho44'l
Helen Paterson, Cecelia Andrews members for ideas and learn how to
/ Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Carter of and Terri Paterson were given an make our own county Farm Bureau ,"
i II Starke celebrated their golden wedding update on legislative issues affec- more effective and successful.

anniversary Saturday May 18,
i at a dinner with their family at the Broward Akridgeso I>
I I Western Steer Steak House. Nancy Lee, Celebrate 50th ,
I J Centering the table was an ar Ray NormanTo .
rangement of white pompoms, gold Anniversary, June 1
button pompoms, baby's breath and Wed May 25 :
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snapdragons.After The wedding of Ray Norman and The children of Mr. and Mrs -i'
Broward E Akridge the
dinner a reception was held Nancy Lee will be held May 25 at request ...,
at the home of their son and 7:30 at the Heilbron Springs pleasure of your company at a !
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p.m.
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church. All friends and reception in honor of 50th wedding Front row I to r: !Marie Grant Shirley Gaskins, Helen Paterson; back row
William Carter. relatives are invited to attend. anniversary of their parents Sat. ('eceli.ndrews, county secretary, Carl Loop, president of Florida
The cake table was centered witha June 1, at 4:00-7:00: : in the evening at Farm Bureau, Terri Palerson, county secretary.
two tier cake topped with a 50th the Starke Coif & Country Club.
decoration and gold roses. On each ",1,.

side arrangement was a silver of candelabra white pompoms and an B-U Retired Teachers Hold Las st Meeting and Installationof

gold pompoms, snapdragons andbaby's ..11.and Mrs. Russel Carter z

breath. Mrs. Joe Candela, Mike and Denise Miss Karen Ann Elixson was merce.on May 16. the Florida Federation of BPW P r I '( ,
The punch table held a lead Candela of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. honored by the presentation of "The Incoming officers are: president- club. 1 I R'j'f J
crystal punch bowl with an arrange- Harold Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Most Outstanding Business Student Coral Jeanne Lee; first vice- Attending the installation as a I .1'.1'q r
ment of snapdragons, white pom- Sidney Fernandez, Mae Lee Plum- Award" by the Starke Business and presidentLillian Pearson; second guest and representative of district
poms and gold button pompoms. mer all of Jacksonville, Mr. and Professional Woman's Club at the vicepresidentEsther Hall ; 111 was Helen Wick o, .
Assisting in serving were Lisa Mrs. Darby Gaskins of Lawtey; and annual installation of officers for the secretarySonia Camp; treasurer- enjoyed a traditional
Carter and Montez Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Carter, Mr. and upcoming club year. The event was Valerie Shuford Installing officer salad supper prior to the award ,.rt'lh.'mbel's :
Mrs. David Carter and Ryan Carterof held at the Starke Chamber of Com was Roy Ross, district III director ceremony and installation. '

Out-oftown guests were Mr. and Starke. )


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Miss Lynn Pierce and her bridal silk flowers and miniature satin and were covered with matching imported Pearl Cartwright of Cleveland, Savannah Ga. Mrs, Frank Karen Klixsoii, left!, 'c'1\-d award
attendents were honored at a bows. lice and linen hand em- Tenn. and Mrs. Mack Williams, of Williams of Middleburg, Mrs. John tvnnleonne I IVmlu'i I.c'c'
bridesmaid's luncheon on the day of The bride and bridesmaid table in broidered cloths over pastel ruffled Starke. Williams of Port Orange, Mrs: Mack
her wedding, May 4. The event was the dining room was lovely with a underliners. Centering each table Other out-of-town guests included L. Williams of Sylacauga Mrs.
held at the home of Mrs. Eldon Hardy hand embroidered imported lace was a fresh arrangement of spring Miss Pauline Cartwright, Mrs. Richard Williams and Miss MicayleWilliams
at 1708 East Call Street. and linen white cloth placed over a and summer blossoms placed in Blaine Cartwright, Miss Stephanie of Valdosta; Mrs. J. E.
Hostesses for the .occasion were pastel pink underliner. Centeringthe demitasse cup and saucers pther Cartwright! Mrs. Pearl Andrews, Lockie, Jr. of Fitzgerald, Ga., Mrs. AtlMOUNClt
Mrs. Bobby Blggs;mlJ-: Joan Chitty, table was an artistic arrangement tables were set upin the living'room ""*Miss Laura Andrews,.andMissJUol-.. Ed.Mccarron"of Ft? Piercefcand Mrs.
Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs. George of fresh cymbidium orchids, and on the patio porch and were all ly Robinson of Cleveland, Tenn. Gene Melvin of Brooker.
Roberts, Jr., and Mrs. Hardy. pink heather, baby's breath and covered in like manner with napkinsto Mrs. Guy Smith Mrs. Don Smith
The guests were greeted at the statis. Flanking this was a pair of match the underliners and floral and Miss Sharon Smith of Cedar- The hostesses presented the bride
door by Mrs. Hardy and were servedan Royal Doulton Porcelain Dolls placed cente 'J,>ieces. town, Ga. Miss Cherry Wolf of with an edition of the Atlanta
appetizer by Mrs. Ted Kendrickof on each side of the floral arrange- Shag ing this special time with the Orlando, Mrs. Ty Acton of Tampa, Georgia Specialty Cook Book, as a
Mandarin. The guests were ment. bride were her mother, Mrs. George Mrs. Ben Kickhter of Cantonement, memento of the occasion. '
seated at tables with individual hand The mother's and grandmother'stables Pierce; the groom's mother, Mrs. Florida, Mrs. Charles McQuaig of Sharing the event with Lynn were RaihelleStalnaker
made place cards decorated with were set up on the patio, porch Ann Godwin; grandmothers, Mrs. Waycross Ga., Mrs. Ben Williams of 35 invited guests. Joel and Tammy Stalnaker of

Charleston, S. C. announce the birthof
a daughter, Amber Rachelle, born

Bradford-Union Retired Teachers Hold Final Meeting of Year . . . . . . May Maternal 10. grandparents are Mr.

and Mrs. John Volkots of Tupelo,
Miss Paternal grandparents are
The last meeting of the 1984-85 The other end of the table held as ar- phasized the importance of havingall officers using various flowers tied Doris Richard; treasurer Leona Mrs Elizabeth Stalnaker of Starke
year for the Bradford-Union Retired rangement of pansies. Sandwiches, retired educators 'become with colored ribbon streamers. She Hoya! and James Stalnaker of San Marco,
Teachers was held Thursday, May dip and crackers, cookies and nuts members of Florida Retired compared the characteristics of The group honored members with Texas and great grandmother is
16, at 10 a.m. for a social hour in the were served by the hostesses: Mrs. Educators Association. selected flowers to the qualificationsof May birthdays by singing "Happy Mrs. J.G. Jackson of Starke.
Board Room of the Bradford County Canova, Mrs. Muriel Norman, Mrs. A filmstrip on the Elderhostel pro- each officer, her duties and Birthday" and presenting each witha
School Administration building.The Leona Royal and Mrs. Lucile Johns. gram was shown and narrated by responsibilities. As each officer was small bouquet of pansies.At .
refreshment table, covered President Muriel Norman presided Mrs. Norman. Questions were installed she was presented with"her Did You Know...........
with white linen and lace cloth, helda over the business session. answered by Mrs. Canova who has flower". Officers for the new
center arrangement of day hllies. Charles Gadd, district IV director, attended three out-of-state term are: president Ruth Jenkins; the conclusion of the meetingthe Judge and Mrs. Buzzy Green and
At one end, Mrs. Mona Canova served spoke to the group about the FREA" Elderhostel programs.In vice-president Mona Canova; enjoyed lunch at t the Fried :Mrs Lucile Green of Starke and Mr.
punch from a crystal punch bowl. memorial scholarship fund. He em- an impressive ceremony Miss recording secretary Kathryn Ep- Chicken group Factory. and :Mrs Bill Green and family of
Kathryn Epperson installed the new person; corresponding secretary Tallahassee were in Miami Fridayto
Sunday to attend the NoblesDittmar -

wedding.
Items of Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I. .1. . . . . 1 . . . . . . . ,I. . . . . . .. ..



Engaged Couple guests on the TV set. The tape was Mrs. George Canova, Dr. and Mrs. Hampton.The George Flynn Mrs Ann Godwin, was an attractive arrangement of
given to the honoree along with a P. G. Felos, Sen. and Mrs. CharleyE. wedding is planned for Nov. 1; Mrs. Jim B. Godwin, Mrs. Huston mixed spring flowers from their son
Given Shower vegetable bowl to her chosen china Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome the time and place to be announced McClane, and Mrs. Betty Anne and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Susan Hilliard and Del Tucker, pattern as a memento of the occa Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns of later. Phillips. Roger Ivey of Bainbridge, Ga., who
whose marriage will be an event of sion.Among Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sim- All friends and relatives are in- Guests were served appetizersupon were unable to attend
June 22, were honored at couple's the guests were the mons of Miami and Col. and Mrs. vited to attend.Homemakers. their arrival, and were seatedat Assisting were their two sons,
shower Saturday night given at the honoree's mother and grandmother, William Wilson held at the home of places marked by invidual named Leslie Ivey of Jacksonville and
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky L. Mrs. Joan Chitty and Mrs. E.D.Ten- the latter in Lawtey. place cards. Bruce Ivey of Kingsley Lake
Faulkner with co-hosts Mr. and Mrs. ly and Mrs. Fred Snell and daughter The party was held on the Club Holds The tables were set up in a "Mr and Mrs. Watts moved the the
James Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Jeannie of St. Augustine. beautiful patio and swimming pool U-shaped banquet style and were Country Club Estates in September,
Tommy Hilliard. area. The refreshment table was Installation of OfficersMiss centered with an all silk floral arrangement 1984 from SarasotaApproximately .

After the couple opened their gifts covered with a burgundy flounce Diann Douglass, Home in shades of blue and 35 guests called
the guests were invited into the din- The William Wilsons over a white Army/Navy cloth and Economist for Bradford County In- bronze. between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m.
ing room for refreshments. The Honor Engaged CoupleMiss centered by an European style stalled the officers of the Bradford Sharing this event with the from Jacksonville, Ocala, Starke
table was covered with a lace cloth centerpiece of gladiolus, carnations, County Homemaker's Club on May 9 honoree were her mother, Mrs. and Kingsley Lake.
and held two punch bowls placed at Lynn Pierce and J. Mack shades and bridal white roses in at the Agriculture Building in Janet Turner; the groom's mother,
each end of the table. In the center of Godwin were honored at a cocktail of pink and raspberry in an Starke. Mrs. Sonny Lloyd of Ocala; Mrs.
the table was a half sheet cake party and finger-tip buffet on April acrylic holder separating two in- Taking the office for 19X5-86 are Grover Howard, Mrs. T G. Ritch, Women of St. Marks
decorated in pastel colors; also two 26 given by Col. and Mrs. William dividuals arrangements in clear columns president Gerri Green; vice- Mrs. Jan Tilley of' Orange Park;
plates held finger sandwiches dip Wilson at their home In Lawtey.The holding votive candles. president Flo Quicksall; secretary Mrs. Eddie Lloyd, Middleburg; Mrs. Have Study ProgramMrs.
and chip, potato chips, mints and J party, was held on the patio Down the length of the long table Lane Tenly; treasurer Mattie Mary Ella Hardee, Mrs. Bernice Herbert Thomas presented a
Gamble and Mrs. Dennis Powell of
were two mirror panels reflecting
nuts.
and where the Miley Lola
swimming pool area ; parliamentarian study program on "Reflections on
holders .
Arrangements of seasonal flowers additional glowing votive Johnson.A Jacksonville.The
refreshment table was covered witha Silence" at the monthly meeting of
highlighted points of interest in the yellow taffeta cloth and centered and trays of finger foods. covered dish luncheon was serv- hostesses presented the silk the Women of St. Mark's held
The hosts presented the couple floral centerpiece to the honoree as a
party rooms. with of ed and
a tropical centerpiece an- recipes accompanied each Wednesday morning, May 15 in the
Approximately 25 guests attended. thurium daisies and pompoms in with a five piece serving set to their dish. The tables were covered with memento of the occasion. Parish House.
and acrylic votive candle holder chosen china pattern as a mementoof yellow linen cloths and highlightedwith President Mrs. Thomas also gave
separating two individual ar- the occasion. arrangements of day hllies and the devotional and worship
Miss Sandra Chitty Two hundred guests were invitedto pro-
rangements in clear acrylic col roses. The Edward Watts gram.
Luncheon HonoreeMiss umns. Finger foods extended down call between the hours of 7 and 9 General meetings will not be held Hold Open House The study program was used from
the length of the table. p.m. during the summer months but material written by Richard
The hosts presented the couple workshops will be held once a Thomas Biernacki of The
Sandra whose and held
Chitty, mar Mr. Mrs Ed. Watts Open
with a crystal cake plate topped by month. The next workshop will be Brotherhood of St. Gregory for thier
riage to Anthony Nead will be an House Sunday afternoon at their
two swans as a memento of the occa held May 23 at 10 a.m. in the newsletter "The Servant".
event of June 29, was honored at a Lisa Dukes, Agriculture building. home in Country Club Estates
luncheon Saturday given by Mrs. sion.Two hundred guests were invitedto Thomas Paladino Mr. and Mrs. Watts greeted the

Charles Hardy, Mrs. Charles Darby call between the hours of 7 and 10 guests at the door and assisting the Did You Know........,..
and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr. nt the Engagement Told guests in touring the house were
home of the latter on E. Call Street. p.m. ,Mr, and Mrs. John W. Dukes of Brunch May 11 their daughters-in-law Terry and "Mr and Mrs. Rick Jackson and
Mrs. Hatcher greeted the guests at Starke announce the engagementand Honors Turner Shirley Ivey. daughters of Chattanooga, Tenn.
the door and invited them into the approaching marriage of their Kay The refreshment table in the din- have been spending the past two
Florida room where five luncheon Engaged Couple daughter, Lisa Yvonne to Thomas Miss Kay Turner of Jacksonville, ing room was covered with an .Ar weeks with his mother, Mrs.
tables were set p. Each table was Acey Paladino, son of Mr. and Mrs. whose marriage will be an event of my/Navy cloth and at one end was a Margaret Jackson and family. -
centered with an African violet plant Honored With Buffet Thomas C. Paladino of Hampton. June 8, was honored at a "Brunch" crystal punch bowl and at the other
and floral place cards ,''narked the Miss Dukes and Mr. Paladino are Saturday morning, May 11, in the end were silver candle holders with -
seating arrangement for the 20 Miss Nancy Lee and Ray Normanwere both graduates of Bradford High private dining room of the Chicken green tapers. The Watts' gran- Mr.and Mrs. S.G..Denmark spent
guests.A honored at a finger tip buffet School. She graduated in 1984 and is Restaurant. daughter, Miss Alison Ivey presidedat May 6-11 at Hilton Head S.C. and
highlight of the luncheon was Saturday night given by the direc- employed by Stump's DepartmentStore. Hostesses for the occasion were the punch bowl. Silver trays held were joined by Dr. and Mrs. H.H
that the p.u'lrHI" video t taped from tors of the Community State Bank: He graduated In 1982 and is Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mrs. Joan cakes, nuts and mints.In Adams for several days.
start to finish and! later show to the Dr. and "Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mr. and employed by U. S. Solar Corp. in Chitty, Mrs. J. E. Denmark, Mrs. ; the den, in iront of the fire place








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188' FOR POB k 179,5' S
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1 BOX 105 CUM AT SE COR OF JACKSON 4 006027-000-0 $369.91: LOTS 2 4 4 Df BLK 38 J M 0422100100 007094-000-0 JC tE0 0466500600
YELLER STS 4 RUN S 225FT FOR
WINCHESTER AVERANGE KANENA SRfPO
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32083 963
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22 AS 22 SMITH EDWARD 0 I 703 FLANDERS ST
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL
HX $32.65 65 22 LAHTEY FL 32058
E "30' OF N IOC' OF Nl/2 OF 1202 N KELLER ST OAVIONA BCH FL 32085
O37S3- -00102 251 OF Nl/2 OF NEI/4 OF 03 7S 22
SEl/4 OF NEI/4 OF SEl/4
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RP-6UO U61 005668-000-7 1221.16 PONCIER JAMES H 4 LINDA A / LOT 6 OF PINE ACRES PARK
28 65 22 PARCEL 1 OF GUS
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005131-030-0 $397.72 RT 4 BOX 264 COS SID 28 6S 22 200-556 ,..- 240.21 046780040C .

02735- -CC801MOSLEV 'STARKE FL 32C51 006028-000-6 "...1. BEG 75' E OF NW COP OF 8LK 39 6.77 ACD071100000 .. ..- -0030C CUNNINGS MARY L
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22 65 22 6S 22 COM AT Nk COR OF SMl/4 OF pjE4eoo' ,
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SEl/4 03782 -00000 /. OF Ski/ E ''''.0''. S 5 658.8* TO S LINE CF Nl/2 OF
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0298.COOOC IRK PIERCE fOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL. 2.68 AC
COR 4 THE S 143 OF
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( FDR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 0381000000: STARKE FL 32C91 OF CF POB CCN7
snOF Nbl/4' Wl/2 OF LOT 4 OF BLK 17 EX N EG AT NE COP NEI/4 770.3. 1004 FOR k
SUB GARDEN ACRES UNRECO ,' OF L T 4 CD'S SID SVIAGIN ALEXANDER t MARIA 32 6S 22 /.. OF 511I15 704.83' TC 496', N 162.5 E 496. S
005674-000-8 $431.10 15 WILLIAMS 51 LOTS 5 THRU 14 OF BLK COR AFSD QTR H 722.10 N FOR FURIHER LEGAL SEE lAX ROL

OOS171-4CO-0 HX $42.56 0248600100 RICHMOND ME C435T U HAYES S/0 4 Ml/2 OF FURTHER LEGAL SEE SAX RCL|I.
02T62COOOC CAJLE HALTER H 4 CHERYL J 006045-000-8 $101.60 29 6S 22 ST AOJ C E 1/2 OF 10.09 AC OOBOOB-000-2 $227.4S

NUGEKT VERA LEE C PALL 206 S WATER ST 03336: OOOCC COM AT SE COR OF NEI/4 OF. FOP FURTHER LEGAL o.n.C130C ;

RT 1 BOX 162 STARKE FL 32C91 COMMON JAMES SEl/4 OF NEI/4 S RUN N 18FT.M "" $140.76 FUUUA C K JR t TONI, G ,

STARKE. FLA 28 6S 22 905 THOMAS 51 35 107 FT FOR A POB. RUN N 007148-000-3 .....- -C0101 STAR RT BOX 21
CUM AT SW CUR OF NMl/4 OF STARKE FL 32C91:
32091 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROl.0426200202 I MYRNA LCU HAMPTON FL 32044
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21 tS 22 AOKINS MARK B
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( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL S/0 RP 6404 03822- -0020C STARKE .
FLORIDA
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SUB L' T 4 CO'S ADD 10 STARKE 005680-000-9 $419.63: OU n- -OOOOC SI20.: .. 414 N MYRTLE ST :32 65 22 I SETH OF SkiN 144.83'
02488- -COOOC STARKE FL 32C91 BEG AT INT OF N LINE
JACKSON SLY BNDY OF R/k SR-230: ELY 008017-000-1 $315.35
C05201-OOb-9 11 77.89 HAVES ANTHONY 4 SHARON D JOHNNY 29 65 22 OF SHI/4 W R/M HillY
I fOil FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 04717- -COOOC
355 N TEMPLE AVE 92 OAK ST CON 15'M OF NE COR OF hl/2 OF
02778- -CCOOCBALORtE ON Rill 2302. N 80DEG
LEITH ATS RYAN MARY
: ALMA RICKSRT SIARKE FL 32C41 STARKE FL 32C91 NEl/.. OF SEl/4 OF NEl/.. RUN S .FOR FURTHER LEGAL
I HX $90.55 RT 4 1402
1 dUX 353 28 65 22 28 65 22 < "O' W 100 S 100' FOR FOB S BOX
STARKE FLA COM AT Nk COR OF SPIN CF LOTS I 2.3 O. 8LK :IS IN L. r. c FOR FURTHER LEGAL SET" TAX ROLL 007206-000-5 > 0050C STARKE FLA
EDO BOBBY L C JUDY L
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FOR POE THEN RUN S SOFT E HOMES EOOIE EST GEIGER RO 07 7S 22
24 65 22 $67.1), I LILLIE MAE RILEY FL 32C91 COM AT SM COR OF E1/2 OF
FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL O06S68-000-6 $146.38: :
ALL El/2 OF. SMI/4 OF Kjp 03378 COOCC
.NEI/ 03837-A-C040C: RT :3BOX124 ; 6S 22 SEl/4 OF Ski/ RUN N ISO FOR

RO 005684-000-3 $1,584.42 WHITE MAURICE J OBRIAN JAMES P 4 BARBARA SUE STARKE FL 32C91 AT SE COP OF SETH OF POB. E T45.ll' TO R0200. N ON ,

SUB HOODS 029930020C .BOX 451STARKE 636: W NAOISON ST :32 6S 22 /.. N 3* k ON E LINE FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAN RCLl

095298-000-6 63.93: CLARK PHILIP ET ALPo FLAU091 STARKE FLA COM AT NE COP OF / ; TO N R/M OF GEIGER RDFOR 3.3 AC
SEl/4 RUN H 210' S FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLJ SUB LITTLE HOLLVMOOO '
02T44-A-002CS I BOX E1KEYSTONE :32091 '
28 65 22
POB. H 210'. S 105 4.01 AC
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CUR 8 IN SHEENA 32656 LOTS 3 4 4 OF BLK :34 IN L T 4
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STARKE FL 32C91 I BEG AT INT .W R/M SR-200 4 N ADO I $- COOOC 04762- -C010CkITKOWSKI ,
06044-000-7 $118.57
26 tS 22 I Rill SR-10O-A k GN N 11./" SUB PINEHAVEN 007212-000-6 JOHNNIE B S ALMA J JOHN EDWARD

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SUB COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES (IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL MCCASLIN IOELLA EST FL 32091 WIS .
12' N OAK ST
SUB DOMLING PARK SID 006655-000-7 $818.61 I LEE 0 GRIFFIN 6S 22 34646 ,

005358-000-0: .*6.33 005T54-000-2 $251.13 iTARKE, FL 32041 03919-: -OOOOC PO BOX 274 1 522' OF NEl/.. OF NEl/.. EX S 07 TS 22 '

02819- -CO OC 0305300000 2!'8 65 22 DUKES J CRT STARKE FL 32C91 &*, ALSO E 2A OF Nl/2 OF LOT 1 OF BLK 2 CF LITTLE '
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1302 M PRATT ST GAINESVILLE INC LAKE BUTLER FL 32034 1 A IN NM COR OF El/2 FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLt .

STARKE FL 32C91 ,PO BOX 690 5NEWBERRY SUB LTc CO'S ADD TO STARKE 29 65 22 NM1/4 OF SEl/4 EX R/k 7.58 AC 'I 008043-000-2 .23...

26 65 22 | FL 32669 LOTS S 4 6 OF BLK 13 IN PINESONG 04769- -00000

COM AT SE COR OF SUl/4 CF 28 65 22. CLOTS 306131-000-3: $544.87 GASKINS ADO 007217-000-6 CASO LAURA

SEl/" N 188.41 TO N RH 1 i 1 4 :3 OF ILK 9 IN ORIG 3416OOOOC: [ SUB PINEHURST0066TC000T 0.:108COOOO: HX $...70 4 CAKEWALK TRL

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I FDA FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL) 2 238 E WASH ST :. $20.51 ALFA III. OURANT so'p' GEORGE G S LORI A 07 TS 22 :

003763-000-1 $110.14 S STARKE FL 32C91 03935-: : -OOOOCSISK :: RT 1 BOX 1537GAINESVILLE: I 1 BOX BIB LOT 1 OF BLK 2 LI7TLE

005375-000-6 $375.22 03058- -COOOC: 1TOTH 28! 65 22' .. HAROLD i FL ::12601COR'O.NwL FL 32091 HOLLYWOOD SID DISC DEED BK 60 i
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02820-B-00 LOTS 6 1206 N LAURA'1,ST 32 6S 22 6S 22 PG 491 EX RIM
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STARKE FLA 266S22 LOT 4 PINEHURST 'I THEN RUN S 105FT M II .Y Rill SR-2SO POll ELY ON 008109-000-2 150.'

32091 'LOTS 6.. OF BLK 1O IN ORIG 0 163-400-0 8372.92 s/0 .2:111 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL ', FOR fUUWCr LEGAL_ SEE r TAX ROLL I. 0803- -00102
26 6$ 22 TOWN Of STARKEBE OR 0 3>652- -00000 SUB SAJATOCA,. IiTS-041,7 3 SUB LINCOLN CITY ', CHESSER JERRY

.OT 6 OF BLK :2 IN 2Eu437 $ 4 100-241 IU6ENT VERA L ,>. .. (,"68-000-9 8188.18 PO BOX 2691

____ 100-238 '_,__ 44"T 1 BOX 362 4j 0.0067'5-000-6 HX n'-.. 007226-000-5 "! OOOOC STARKE FL 32C91
'- = -. $....04 C 905776.-000-4 $123.14 iTARKE FL 32091 04037- -004CO 04316- -OO300 ROOST INVESTMENTS INC 10 TS 22 ,

02839--OOOOC J3069' COOOO 2[16522 SELLERS RONNIE E 4 JANINEP CARTER HATTIE! ESt 0 BOX 12397 CON ,AT NW COR SEC E 23' TO ELRM .

'IL EVE'LEROYt'VERA BILKS.: GEORGE W 4 BARBARA K OTS 1,6.7 4 lilY IB* (KNOT O BOX 989 I THOMAS ALBERTPO FL :32604 CO GR RO S 100' TO PCS CCN,

C/O 514 NONA ST IT.: 2 BOX 60 B,9.&0 OJVU.K.,. 7 14 IN L T 4 COS ... STARKE FL 32041 BOX 926 6S 2? S 130' E 334' N 130' W' 334: T.

STARKE FL 32C41 STARKE; FL 32091 A flft .. \29 4S 22 STARKE FL 32091 ,| / OF Nl/2 OF Nkl/4 OF ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RC .

27 AS 22 28! 6S 22 i i3IN 0 06191-001-9: $302.41 LOT 4 BLK 2 SARATOGA HGTS 32 65 22 \> ./. 1 1.00 AC OR BK 0221 PG 0.

BEG AT NE COR OF NE"" CF tNlll ; AT SE COR OF BLK 14 4 RUN UNIT 3 LOTS 3.4 OF BLK 3 IN HICKS UNRECO

/.. S 330.7' FOR POI COST S N I 55 FT. N 40FT. E 22FT. N 25L2 I BALL IRENE ET AL CITY 008114-000-7 $48.0
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260' M 230.N: 260'. E 230: 1 FT, E 33FT. S 63 1/2 FT <664 N MATER ST 006799-000-5 $619.98 I .. SU.97 080500300:

(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL FDA FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL !STARKE FL 32091 04042- -00700 007230-000-4: OOOOC: FORSYTH KINBO

SUB 8RAOFORO HOTS 28 6S 22 -- RIGBY CHARLES A 4 BRIGITTE E 04317- -00100 I I 491.NMIE" W S LINDA M RT 3 BOX 357 ....

905T77-COO-0 $615.48 I LOT 7 qF ILK 25 L T 4 CO'S ADD ,PO BOX 3161 ALBERT THOMASP FLA I STARKE FL 32091 .
00)546-000-1 $$25.5 93071: -000009ROWN 016 BEAR LAKE CA 92315 0 BOX 926 107522

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FLA i 28! 6S 22 I ICON BOX 883STARKE SUB PARKWOOD CITY OESC-eft: 106-195 OF NIIIOF Ski/ & FOR FURTHER. LEGAL SEE TAX RC
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21 65 22 I t. RUN N 109 E 65.7, S 32091 006814-000-9 HX $10.M aoltss-0o-{ 00812-000-0 40.1.
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151 S 100' E 300 N :35' N/L ADD 801 N WESTMORELAND ST I GLADYS V
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BUNCH CONNIE. .4 CLARARENA 28 6S 22 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLSUB FL 32C91 00733C-OOO-8: FL :32C41. 19 7S 22 .., ,

501 OLD LAWTEY ItD BLK 6 IN L T S COS SID EX R/k HIGHWAY ADD TO STARKE :29 65 22 04388- -0010C 6S 22 VE1/4 OF SEl/4 OF SEl/4 EX

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DESC QR 195-582 03313- -OOOOC SANDERS ELZIE S 4 906418-000-T' $13.34 33 6S 22 FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLl) 49.00 AC ,
SANDRA P 04118-A-OOOOC 14.00 AC
SMITH EDWARD 0 PO BOX 68 LOW.. 4 COUNTRY HOMES OF CON AT NM COP OF NMl/4 00810S-0 0-6 $134.85 .
0955T8-COO-8 HX $56.04 1202 KELLER ST
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380.2 N74E 401'* TO W RSA CENTER OF GR RO U 72* U eloc'z
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BOX 192 01845- -COOOO 1327.39 TO NLV BOY Sl/2 OF .STARKE FL 32C91 FUR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX FELL
LAWTEY FL 32C58 1 FUR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX Rl,LI
CRAWFORD PEACH WS 18 6S 22 004'1 74-0 CO- I $309.SO
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880 E 1214 N 886.96 M
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LINE SEC N ELGIN SC 29043 $283.1 6 22 65 22
57.60 TO POB CONT N316 ON LAWTEY FLA 15 U 22 1312' TO POB : LOT 26 OF BIK 2 IN NAT

I IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 32058 Sl/4 OF SEI/4 OF NEl/4 27.00 AC00438C0004 21 OLIVIA T WILLIAMS S3OOSC19CCO4
35 SS 22 AC CO
003297-000-4 $239.48 COM AT INT OF E LINE LOT 5 C 10.00 $72.76 C $473.01
00329S-OCO-6 582.71 SLY RM ST RD kLV 250' POB '004064-000-6 $35. 98' 02287C0200 tuF 02683- C10CC
-COOCC CONT MLY 123' NM COR OF LOT 5 02139- CC1C3 COVINGTON CHARLES C R \(
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SEE TAX RCLlS'JB L 6164 BASSANOVA CRT
OELIHIA K, MI NCR I FOR FURTHER LEGAL
WILSON J S C PO BOX 955 JACKSONVILLE FL 32209 '1> > CIO PO BOX 1262
1BI8 NOtlTRIE RO GAINESVILLE FL 32601
STARKE FL 32C91
PEETSVILLE 18 6S 22 $21.!91 .
ALBANY GA 31705 22 CS 22
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26 5S 22 043336-4CO-0 $39.70 Ml/4 OF SE1/4 OF NEl/4 EX M /. S 346.5 E 1201.19 N "' COM AT Sw CUR OF SEC E
COM 214FT E OF SM COR OF 0181201203 60' OF N 210' 341.3' W 1232.91 10 POB OR 39.43 N 75C', E 3CC' FCR

SHl/4t N 247FT FOR PCBNLY PUSS CYNTHIA S 9.7C AC004070OCO7 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL 121 1 P08, E 78.S9, N 7* E 102. k
191FT E 280FT TO H kV 301. ( FOR! FURTHER/ LEGAL SEE TAX KILL)
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I FUR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL $107. 16
LAMTEY FL 32C96 02142- OOOOC 004382-000-6 $30.04 NORTH REN<: OOSC3S-CC3-8 $21.31

003307-000-3 $24.11 H SS 22 CREWS JEANETTE H 02287- -C0202 fT
S 515 FT OF LOT 12 EX 1 A IN 'RT 1 BOX 234 BROWN ELIZABETH E .( 02689COOCC
01754C020C CURONA MOBILE HUME"' SALES
Nil COR STARKE FL 32091 .. RT 2 BOX 293C $18.1,.
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1261 BOULDER 32601
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LAwTEY FL 32C58 SUB GARDEN ACRES UNRECD 2 A IN SM COR OF El/2 OF 18 6S 22 22 6S 22

26 SS 22 003579-000-8 $289.41 SMI/4 OF NEl/4 BEING,420 FT E COM AT NM COR OF SEl/ CF S 93.7* OF E 75' OF W 360'

E 204' OF S 18C OF kl/2 OF 01905 -C190C8EOWELL CNBY210FiNCS SMl/4 S 198.S3' TO PC8 E OF Wl/2 OF SWIM" OF Swl/4
SW 114 OF Nil." OF SE 1/4 CLIFFORD A t BETTY 616.46 S 148.23 M 616.46' N P
.84 AC OR BK C206 PG 003 2, RT 2 BOX 186C 004078-OCO-S $37.2 I IFOR FURTHER LEGAL .SEE TAX RCLL 1 I 005096-000-6 $486.71
STARKE FL 32091 02146 COOOC 004402-CCO-O $43.49 '21 S 23' LCT 2. 02719- -C010C

003309-000-5 MX $89.72 19 SS 22 LUKE RETHA E 02290- -C030C I 25' OF LOT ADMIN FMhA

01756- -OOOCC: COM AT SE COR OF SMI/4 OF BOX 251 RABON RO BRIGHT C J C SYLVESTER SID I 1 PO BOX 1264GAINESVILLE

SLOCUM JOHNNY 6 OELCRES SE1/4 N 1635.20 TO POB CONI COLUMBIA SC 29204 RT'1 BOX 440 FL 326C2
N 361.04 M 632.22 S IS 6S 22 LAWTEY FL 32C38 : $289.'" 22 6S> 22
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FLA I FOR FURTHER .LEGAL! SEE TAX ROL L51120F SWI'401' SMI/4 CF 18 6S 22 T. LOT 8 AS DES OR 136-346

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108316-000-7 349000080C 159.22 09149-OOB704000$77.94-00100 09427"01800 0091010007239.11 009340-000-3 $482.32//00991.(06023OOOOC..<<100-2 IZ5.'JZ Obituaries

PREVATT CHAD A HORNB LARRY I I GAYLE PN,,'; 09723- -00000
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HART MILTON ,
CALLA DRJACKSONVILLE ,. i WALKER ALFRED R JR NELSON CLYDE -'o-t! \\\y\ ,. .
1DX 193 i .i STAR RT 1 BOX T4. 328 ? YELLOW BLUFF RO ''RT 2 BOX 2991 .., :;' :. .. ,
HAMPTON FLA t '. HAMPTON FL 32044 azlSlZ FL 32207 f.1.\{ W JACKSONVILLE 12233 FLA ,NELROSE FL 326.'''.; .> ;./ ''IS.. \',! ir"l\j'l/\ ;' 'Ashley ti.: Brown, Si-,
1
32044 (gx'tt.\ 311522 Z'.S2Z ', 'vn' i' .S ,.''\,. 'f
19 TS 22. ., .' ', LILY 25 ACRES' OF FOLLO Sl/2 OP LOT It OP LAKE BEDFORD SHORES 24 8S 3222: 22 '2 264 FT OP N '.61'' FT OF kl/2 >;. ':' Ashley E. Brown, Sr., 84, of

;OM AT SM COR OP 51 "" OP NE1/4. SI./.. Ol1 MMI/4 I OP RD N 200' Of W3/4 OP Nl/2 OP OF SWl/4 OP Shl/4 OP. $lIaIII y';, Starke, died Wednesday evening,
.
SE1/4.-B ALONG SLY BOY 460, N EX OB 6..-,., 4C-233 n...'. 009133-000-4 $293.10 NEl/4 PAR IN NE COR 90' N ( S BY May 15, in the University Care
660' M 3464PORPC, ., S 392 E I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 1 I 0346400000 'IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE lAX RCLLI
AC00994B0009 Gainesville following a long
10.00 Center
Z5.00 AC BK 0219 PO 0694 k SUMMER CMC EVELYN ,
FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL:, OR .74 AC ,. S .'
6010 CHRISTINA OR I illness.
SUB HAMPTON 'UK00lnoooo.1 $214.72 '010000-000-2 :
LAKELAND FL 33803 $12.34 In Decatur County
''J0831B-000-9 $191,07 09724- -00100 'O6049- -OOCOC Born ,
,
04900101000 $*3.01 12 IS 22 0000 DAN N I'ORO'L."Y -.1 v! Donaldsonville, Ga., Mr. Brown
,BRADLEY L P t VIVIAN V 051"" -C2900PREVATT PARC 420' N C S BY 120 E I M RT 2 BOX 842 IRT 2 BOX 2913 "" moved to Starke 34 years ago from
>0 BOX 103 ... A C HELEN J BNO ON E BY E LINE Nkl/4 ( ON KEYSTONE HOT3 FLA :INELROSE FL 3.2666.
HAMPTON FL 320..... STAR RT 1 BOX T49 S BV BEDFORD RO 3296 2* 8S 22 Palatka, was U.S. Army Veteran

.19 7S 22 HAMPTON FL 32044. SUB LAKE VIEW 24 8S 22 lEa AT SE COR OP 'SE 116 'CF and a retired correctional officerfrom'

DOM AT SW-iCOR OF SEI/4 OF J1U2Z 009258.000$431,33 BEG AT A PT ON M LINE OF NE./.. NUN N 60* .k 6C', S ''. Florida State Prison. Mr.
SEl/.. E 60N 229k 100 Ml/2 OP NU/.. OF SEI/4 AKA 09919- -00000 SEI/4 OF NEl/4 WHICH PT IS 60'. E 60' TO POB ''"' ."" Brown was Baptist by faith,

FOR PO..$ lOC..W 104S BLKS 29-21 < JT-40 OP HAMPTON WARD C I C CRAWFORD G L 990.4S OPNb COR N 200'* E SUB CYPRESS BCH \ '. Survivors include his wife, Mattie
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE LAM ROLL PK 4311 NM 11TH PL ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL' ;.
Lou of Starke two
Bush Brown
20.00 AC GAINESVILLE FL 3203 SUB KEYSTONE ESTATES 0.0026000.80".l' ;
008360-000-6 HX $69.29t 13 8S 22 06060-A-C2 daughters, Mrs. Mildred B. Lee and

04934C0201 008n..000.n.'o LOT i Of ILK B-NT PLEASANT 009961-000-3 832B.B7 MIGGINS BOBBY L C ELK II. >' Mrs. Beatrice Benson, both of
YOUNG IRVING T IV K LIZABETH L 09197' -C050C SID EX M 30* OR 108-297 O3817OOIOC 1132 M BARKLEV Starke; a son, Ashley E. Brown, Jr.

PO BOX 12 WILSON DONALD ft C GLORIA .KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP ORANGE CJT 92668 of Douglasville Ga. nine grand-
;
HAMPTON FL 32044 RT 2 BOX '49 009326-000-9 296.02 'GEORGE,, INMAN 27 8S 22
20 TS 22 KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32656 09999-A-01900 SPRGS SLY children and 11 great-grandchildren.
\. 2020 E SILVER LOT 26 OF ILK A CYPRESS BEACH
COM SE COR OF Sill/.. OF Nea/" 317522 SCHAFER JEFFREY H OCALA FL 32670 S/0 Funeral services for Mr. Brown
N 369 POI M 266.5' N 416TC SLY 396 OP SEl/.. OP Skl/4 EX RT 2 BOX 26, t../. 4* as 22 were held May 18 in the DeWitt C.

SLV R/W CO GR RO NLY ALONG R/M KEYSTONE Hftll PL 32636 BEG 790 S OF NE COR OF NMl/4 O10052C00$1,294.53 i. Jones Funeral Home Chapel with
,I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROIL 10.00 AC 13 .IS 22 OP. NW1/4. S 634f M T29 TO '06060-8-C120C ,;."
SUB HAMPTON PARR005752OCo9 PARC 19 OP ILK A IN SILVER ELY R/W OR RO N ON E RIo TILLMAN R E C HAZEL J \.; Rev.. Bruce Cubbedge conductingthe

008166-000-2 $39.78 RIDGe I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE lAX ROLU 17029 SENECA AVE .' services Burial was in Crosby

.0936- -00100 $68.90 16.00 AC JACKSONVILLE FL 32210 Lake Cemetery under the LACAS1BU PROP INC C 09198- -0190C 009342-000-1 $130.02 SUB SUBDIVISION OP Nkl/4 27 BS 22 of Jones Funeral Home in Starke.
MARRA INVEST CORP FOX JOEL C 09996- -OOOOC LOT 12 OF BLK B OF CYPRESS

160 US HWY 1 NO. 101 POBOX 58 MOLTERS J OUSTON 009613000189.02 BEACH S/0 Martha II Beam
FL 3306 02663 PO BOX 13531GAINESVILLE 0581900604 ,
NORTH PALM BEACH SOUTH kELLFLEET MA SUB PUMPKIN PATCH
207S22 32 7S 22 FL 32604 HARRIS M O t .VICKIE Martha Hook Beam, 88, of Lake

S..1OF Nkl/4 M OF SR 221 LOTS 1 THRU A 117 THRU 22 OF 13 IS 22 3596 TAIT RD 010067-000-4 $606.96 Geneva, died Saturday, May 18,. in
12.00 AC'00842300G8 BLK 19 IN HAMPTON PARK COM AT NW COR OF SWl/4 CF KETTERING OH 49439 06089- -COIOC the North Florida Special Care
S.../.. RUN E 360' FOR POB CCNT 24 BS 22 MCKELLIPS ROLLAND. t DIANE L
$27.77 00874-000-6 .n 0... E 60 S "32' .i 100 N 392' LOT 4 HIDDEN HILLS 3 RT 2 BOX 263C Center, Gainesville following a long

0961OOOOC 09166- -00000 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLI MELROSE FL 32666 Illness.

LACASIBU PROP INC & KYLE HARRY M C NARY ANN SUB CARL YOLLKOPP 009.2C000Ba $98.82 I>34 IS 22 Born Nov. 14, 1896 in Kearny, New

MARRA INVEST CORP RT 3 BOX 998 09819- -0103C COM 1320' M ( 118 N OF SE Jersey, Mrs. Beam moved to Lake
160 US HkV 1 NO. 101 STARKE FL 32C91 009360-000-9 $409.10 CAVERLY GUY W t MARY P i COR OF SEC 27 S 1010 200'FOR Geneva from' Kearny in 1962. Mrs.
NORTH PALM BEACH FL 33401 34 15 22 C563SOOOOC PO DRAWER 999 FOB CON S TOM 100S
20 7S 22 ALL Nl/2 OF NMl/4 S OF RY OR FOCI INC KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32656 ,I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL Beam was a homemaker and a

Nl/2 OF NW 1/4 OF SMIWHICH 128-220 PO BOX 5511JACKSONVILLE 24 BS 22 l 010111-000-1 member of the Keystone Heights
LIES. OF SR-221 DESC IN OR 10.00 AC FL 32207 COM AT NE COR OF Sill/" OF $1.216.08 Woman's Club. She attended the
93-323 13 8S 22 N.../. S 784 TO POB E 179.86 06129- -OOIOC Keystone Community Church and
AC 008770-000-7 ......0 COM AT SE COP OF. LOT 7 ILK C S34E 386.02 M 743.63 TO E LANIER LOYREERT
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was also a member of the Order of
0'Ho&- -C020C RUN E73t N200* E122. I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL 2 BOX 2682
009430-000-5 $106.29 MERSEY ELBERT E BETSY N'12'> M220 ( S TO SE COR OF 2.90 AC MELROSE FL 32666 I the Eastern Star, Chapter No. 279, in

0497- -0010C RT 3 BOX 602 ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX POLL SUB KEYSTONE CLUB EST 358522! Keystone Heights.

FORD M h K E CAROLPO STARKE FL 32091 3.43 AC LOTS 9,10,11 OF INDIAN BEACH Survivors include her son, William

BOX 279 341S22 SUB APITZ UNRECDO093800009 009676-000-2 $49.00 S/D M. Beam of Keystone Heights; two

HAMPTON FL 32044 NW1/4 OF NE1/4 N OP HIGHWAY $4S.3l. : 09869OOOOC brothers John Hook of Belmar, N.J.
21 7S 22 18 EX E! 53C' 0969- -00000<<1 KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP 010124-COO-O $37C.6 and Fred Hook of Jacksonville
I GEORGE INMAN 06138- -COOCC ; a
Ml/2 OF NW1/4 Of SE1/4 OF NW4 14.00 AC FCCI INC
SPRGS :RICE sister Mrs. Anna Prescott of Ocean
9.00 AC008435OCC5 PO BOX 5577JACKSONVILLE 2020 E SILVER SLY JACK L ,
008779-000-7 .11.,.. FL 32207 OCALA FL 32670 RT 2 BOX 2693 Grove, N.J.; four grandchildren and

$604.92 05173- -C020C 13 8S 22 248S22 i MELROSE FL 32666 five greatgrandchildren.Nona .
097- -COOOC HALL N A El AL CON AT SE COP LOT 7 OP ILK C LOT 19 OF BLK 19 IN K C E 33 8S 22

BELL ROBERT E JR liT ,3 BOX 63T Mr PLEASANT E 79* TO POB N UNIT '1 CON AT SELY COR OF LOT 27 G, Mann
P 0 BOX 3616 STARKE FL 32091 200' E 122' N 396.82 N38E ,. 009677-000-8 INDIAN BEACH SID UNIT 1 RUN N
JACKSON GA 30233. 34 IS 22 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROM I' 05810- $49.00'4168ON ELY LINE 62' FOR POI Nona Groover Mann, 66, of
OOOOC
21 7S 22 NEl/4 OF SEl/" EX N 420' C EX SUB KEYSTONE OAKS FOR FURTHER' LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI Brooker, died Wednesday night

SEl/.. OF NE1/4 EX E./.. PARC IN SE CUR Z9'...* SO EX KEYSTONE I GEORGE ESTATES INMAN CORP SUB INDIAN BEACH UNIT 2 May 15, in North Florida RegionalHospital .
COM AT NE! COP OF NE./" OF 009389-000-9
30.00 AC
$30.731 010160-000-6 $329.93
LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 2020 E SILVER SPRGS BLV after an extended illness.
IFOR FURTHER
008916-000-9 $48.04 09A49-A-00300 I;OCALA FL 32610 0617C- -OOOOC Mrs. Mann was member of Dedan
23.00 AC SCHEET2 DON jfO j'
( SHARON
24 8S 22 PISANO R L JR C M S E
05021- -00701 I Baptist Church in Brooker where
BOX 179 STARK M E C M A
MARIEP LOT 20 OF BLK 15 IN K C E
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GARDNER PERCY .$220.49
108776-000-3 STARKE FL 32091 UNIT 1 C/0 3302 NM I/NIV AVE she served as secretarytreasurerfor

O BOX 227 32044 9173-: -00201 13 8S 22 SUB REPLAT OF PORT OF KCE GAINESVILLE FL 32607 many years. She was a
FL
HAMPTON HALL II A ET ALt LOT 3 KEYSTONE! OAKS 33 8S 22 '_ housewife.

COM 29 7S AT 22 NE COR OF Nlla/.. OF : M 3 H BOX HALL 637 SR LET 009399-000-4 ",.7'.Q09T0o-0o1F-r 8R $J9.04 LOT 9 IN INDIAN BEACH UNIT 2 Survivors include seven

NE1/4, S 208.44 TO PO.. CONTS TARKE FL 32C91 09649-A-01300 1 I SUB INDIAN BEACH UNIT 3 daughters, Ethel Underhill of
27.82.W 369.96N 6-B t SABO EUGENE t ROSEMARIE HALL JANES S
Starke Ruth
41522 Mann of Gainesville
010176-000-7 $$77.1 ,
TAX RCLI. ; P 0 BOX 1242
I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 1 OM AT NE COR OF NE 1/4 OF 112 COOK ST 0.180C01ce Naomi Hines of Brooker Merle
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL 329 ,
E./''. S .'0' TO pOI CONT SZ08 PROSPECT CT C6T12 .
'STEVENS ALBERT 0 C WILMA L Smith of Alachua Elese Griffin of
008932-000-1 I HX $43.86 '. M ZOM 208 E 20$' nuzz 24 BS 22 ,
090340090C 'FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLJ008848000 ,LOT 13 OF KEYSTONE OAKS LOT 47 KEYSTONE HGTS OAKS REPS KEYSTONE 39 IS 22 HGTS FL 32616 Hague, Martha Jane Lynn of

MILTON CLARENCE ''''.59 I I $96.42 Gainesville and Sandra Dreyfuss of
009U..201-2.R
-* COM AT SE COP LOT 6 OF IND
I BOX 14HAMPTON '213- -00300 00908-000-1 12".'&I BCH UNIT 3 RUN WLV ALONG SLY Bronson; three sons, T. J. Mann,

FLA p4ALL RICHARD M < GLENDA K 056..A02100FCCI BAILES MM A JR C ROSINA h BNOV OF LOT 6 '00' 10 POB Marvin Mann and James Mann, all

32044 PO BOX 134 INC RT 1 BOX 229CHAHTHORNE I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI of Brooker; two brothers Josh
29 7S 22 PO BOX 9977JACKSONVILLE
FL
COM AT NM COR OF SE1/4 OF LAKE GENEVA FL 32660 FL 32207 i,29 IS 22 32640 SUB GENEVA CIIEEK10.OZ9.0001 Grover and Britton Grover, both of

440.96 TO b R'.. GR 39 TS 22 'j,[ I1U.'JS! Dade three sisters
NE1/4 E COM AT INT SR 18 6 M RM CO 6R UUZZ S 1/2 OF LOT 2 GENEVA WOODS AS City; Lydia
RO S 610.83 FOR POB S liD SMLV ON M RM 240 10 POBNM 1.01.2731 KEYSTONE OAKS OESC OR 238 311 06203-B-C100C Crosby and Martha Hess, both of
TAX ROL I. OAHES SHIRLEY A
I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 009413-000- $ '.10
PAR Brooker and Williams of
RM 208 SMLY Amy
PERP 10 M : ,
HAMPTON 1601 N MAIN ST ,
,.' SUB EAST IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE MX IOUOO$4q000.0 10949-A-03TOO MIHN JANES .' .00913 -202-2 $20*.OO i GAINESVILLE FL 3201 Hampton; and 16 grandchildren.

00893-000-2 $14.88 ., $119.21''>0 BOX 459KEYSTONI .IYHAIR J C 251S22 Funeral services were held May .
09037- -00800 09214*-00000'f -.' HCTS PL 329*" F r. J.2 BOX 79M. .. ',LOT., JO.l PNEVA CREEK "'Hlit'l\ .Jg'V.t..al '"Itt in Dedafi'-Baptist' Church: \Vlth':, V::,;1
Ii. ILROSE ;
LODGE F t AM. HALL BOBBY JOE 'I RONALD J '13 8S 22 PL ,"3361'i'as "i''J( 93-0 -- /138.954' Rev. John Hendry officiating. Burial ',' ',
ADDRESS UNKNOWN .OT 37 KEYSTONE OAKS 22 (11 oz 00-J
RT 3 BOX 637 followed in Dcdan
29 7S. 22 j MB PARADISE SHORES ITS 9 S GENEVA MOODS AS DISC 16203-B-0120C Cemetery with
1 LOT 105FT ECU BY SOFT fillS STARKE FL 32091 k ,230 182 .JONES EARL F I NONA V Archer Funeral Home of Lake
IN NE COR OF LOT t S/O CF 39 TS 22 909448-000-1 $902.93 I'>O BOX 28 ". Butler in charge.
OESC IN DEED BK 99)) PA
1A AS
NJ/2 OF NEl/.. OF NN1/4 ".,6-A-01100 83:1-: 00. 2 BR TARKE FL 32011
49 ALSO PORT N OP SAID 1 AC $96.42'l'
ANPBELL RANDALL J c SANDRA ,c t 151S22 : ,
TO SELY RM aR..SP" C TO SMLVIFOR
008550-000-9 $17.30 'o BOX 110KEYSTONE IMERS JOHN 0 LOT 12 GENEVA CREEK Raleigh Griffis
FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL? .
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< 0505- -OOIOC: HGTS FL 32696 O BOX 298
BRADLEY WILEY M 008889-000-0' $64.83 13 IS 22 IKE GENEVA FL 32660 110294-000-9 $138.9S.- Raleigh Sidney Griffis, 64, died Sun-

PO BOX 103 0522- -00000 LOT 17 OF PARADISE SHORES S/O $8522 )6203-B-01300 lay afternoon in West Palm Beach.

HAMPTON FL 32044 HALL DARRELL M 8 ALICE taRT DP AN UN REC. PLAT OESC OR 1/2 OF LOT GENEVA MOODS AS JONES EARL F t NONA V Born in Union County, Mr. Griffis had

29 7S 22 3 BOX 818 110-199 ISO OR 232 421 t>O BOX 28 lived in West Palm Beach for the past
BEG AT PT WHERE W LINE OF SEC STARKE FL 32091 i ETARKE FL 32C91 30
years.
INT WITH SLY II'" GSSF RR S 01 8S 22 009494-000-2 I6UOI )9841-000-9 $131.21 1 E9 8S 22
Survivors include his wife Thelma
205'M/L E 15C N 150 TO SLY LOT 41 ON PINE OF CRYSTAL 03696-A-02300 '00l-A-: < IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX aOL LAKE HONESITES OR 128-334 i I ROWLAND HAZEL f J C !> GENEVA OAKS Grilfis; two sons Fred and Ronnie

\. SUB GOUlD PARK II I PO BOX T* r 2 BOX 7Vk C 110336-000-3 $216.94 i Griffis of West Palm Beach; one

V' 008599-000-7 12.72 008892-000-3 "'.30 1 MELROSE FL 3266 ELROSE FL 32666 ,1620l-C-: OZ.OC daughter, Susan Griffis of Clearwater .

05076- -0010 l' 09249- -00000 13 8S 22 11522 .ENTZ FREDERICK A C SANDRA A ; two stepdaughters, Carolynand
" BRICE ARNOLD C JR MCDOWELL CARRIE LOT 23 PARADISE SHORES S/D IT 7 OF. GENEVA WOODS ,>0 BOX 699KEYSTONE Kathy of West Palm Beach; six
t t.PO BOX 156 BOX 26393 5.00 AC .
SUB LAKESIDE HGTS FL 32656
sisters Annie of Alto Lake
Depew ,
LAHTEY FL 32098i NEW ORLEANS LA 70126 >6 8S 22
.j i 30 7S 22 01 8S 22 00978-000-6 $12641 9842-000-l $131.21 LOT 28 GENEVA OAKS Onie May Yarborough, Maude Dob-
COM AT PT 799 N S 990 E OF SM LOT 44 ON PINE OP CRYSTAL 0561600100 IOQ3-A-00800 ,SUB SANTA FE SHORES son, Della Dinkla, and Vivian Dinklaof
CUR UP NE1/4 OF NE./.. M 200' LAKE HONESITES OESC CM 104-81 HELISH MICHAEL IYHA1R J'Cr Jacksonville, Berla Traylor of

TO POB S 150 M 29* N 150 E PO BOX 838NELROSE 2 BOX TSILROSE -w B103S9-000-3 $273.43 Lawtey; two brothers, Lorenza Grif
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ZC May 23,1985


Robert Jones, SpeakerAt Bridal Shower For ,

UDC MeetingRobert Recent Bride ,:.

1 Jones, whose Confederate II; Mrs. Lori McKInney Davis, April
ancestor was James P. Hunt of Co. 12 bride of Brian Davis,was honoredat
F, 4th Fla, Inf., was the speaker at a miscellaneous "come and go"
the luncheon-meeting of the W. T. (t" yt
bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Irving -
Weeks chapter, U. D. C. on Monday, T. Clark, April 25, in the Coun-
i .May 20 held at the Western .Steer try Club Estates.
I ',t'ii&t :'lA-U''*i .MAy&jMr. I : Ve i Steak House. >w w,,. Hostesses were Mrs. Carolyn
u1 f } n Mr. Jones spoke about his family,
t++ Taylor, Mrs. Kathy Register, Miss
during the War Between the States, Monterey Wasdin Mrs.
I IrI Carolyn ,,
n
reading letters written to each other '
Canova Mrs. Carol Gnann, Mrs. '
just prior to the war giving their ,,:, Lucille kazworth, Mrs.Sandra Dun- <
views on events which were leadingup i: can, Mrs. Ernestine Register, Mrs. .'
t' to the conflict. One letter spoke of :,. Mary Agnes Ferguson and Mrs. ,' "
the Yankee' capture of Lt. W. T. Carol Clark. I '1f
!
.k
h Weeks. Most of the men felt loyalty and flowers ,
lei r 9 Many lovely plants
to their
state Florida
more so thanto decorated the
party rooms. Hilllard'Del
busan
the country. Mr. Jones displayed ,, -' -... ...... ._ Guests were invited to the refreshment Tucker
photographs of the men of his family -- tables in the dining room and

It who served in the war. Mr. Jones --MAlbert I' -------.- also by the swimming pool as the Susan Hilliard,
; said his interest on this subject was honoree opened her gifts.
/ 1Qs aroused by finding an old trunk of 1 I Among those attending were Mrs. Del TuckerTo
his mothers filled with these letters Dewey McKinney and Mrs. Blanche Wed June 22

and Mrs books Franklyn about the Weisgerber war. presi- j I ,mother McKinney of the, mother bride. and grand- Mr. and Mrs. James E. Tucker an-

,r AINt. dent, conducted the short business ..'i )' ., t The hostesses presented Mrs. nounce the approaching marriage of
9'M meeting.The h" K Davis with a large crockpot as a their son, Del Tucker, to Susan
1
tables were covered with lace memento of the occasion. Hilliard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
cloths and centered with arrangements Samorisky Charles Hilliard of Glen St. Mary.
J % f of mixed spring flowersin The wedding will take place Satur-
; yt 4 antique cut glass bowls. day June 22, at 7 p.m. in the Bayless
tai i4 Albert
Guests present besides Mr. Jones Samorisky Plan the Perfect Highway Baptist Church with a

fi'l'i were his wife, Dorothy, Mrs. Robert Wardrobe for PenniesHow reception following.All .
way k Hall), Mrs. Laurie Lee Wiggins and Retires From EAL friends and relatives are invited
Mrs. Louise Baker of Keystone many times have you looked to attend.
& s Heights. closet and said you have

Albert Samorisky, an employee of noting to wear? It has happened to
Eastern Airlines since 1950, was all of us at some time.
honored at a May 11 retirement par Now you have the opportunity to LCDR R.G.Thorntan
ty given by his family at the home of learn to coordinate the perfect war Awarded Achievement
Sunday Night
Sing,
his daughter and son-in-law Mr. and drobe. Best of all, you can do it at a
and Mrs.Clifford Kelly,Sr. Northside Baptist Church Mrs. Billy Anders and Lisa Mitchellof minimal cost.A Medal from Navy
and Children CR-225, Starke. three part series will be Navy Lt. Cmdr. Robert Thornton,
Northside Baptist Church will havea presented to the public during May whose wife, Geraldine is the
gospel sing Sunday night, May 26, al Mr. Samorisky and his wife, Bea, and June. Topics covered will In- of Gladys U. Mooty of
Clifford Stare
Kelly, Sr. Local Residents 7 p.m. featuring the Weeks family recently became Bradford County clude color analysis, line, wardrobe was recently awarded a

To Observe 45th Take Bus Tour singers. invited hear this residents after his retirement inventory clothing selection and Navy Achievement Medal.
The public is to The basic He received the decoration for the
March 1 from Eastern Airlines at clothing care. principlesthat
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Kelly, Sr. To Holland, Mich. great singing group. Jacksonville. Samorisky began with are being taught will also aid in superior performance of his duties

of Lawtey, will celebrate their 45th Nine local residents returned Mon Eastern loading baggage and fuel clothing selection for the entire while serving as the Inventory
wedding anniversary Saturday May worked in air. family. Management Group Director for the
day from a Greyhound bus tour May ing airplanes in 1950,
25th.Mr. 12-19 from Starke to Holland, Mich cargo for 10 years, in operations and Regardless of whether you are a Supply Department at Marine Corps
and Mrs. Kelly have owned DKG Alpha Nu Society homemaker student Air Station, El Toro Santa Ana Ca
where the annual Tulip Festival was gates for five years, and ended his or career ,
and
operated two businesses for learn to select from February 1983 to
held. Holds InitiationAn service as a customer service agent. woman, you'll September
over 3 decades.
clothing appropriate for color- 1984. ,
Areas covered on the trip included your
The couple have to their union 6 Boone Tavern, Ky., Corning Glass initiation of new members and a Celebraters at the Samorisky's ing, figure and lifestyle. Thornton displayed unusual skill
children, 14 grandchildren, and one Center in Corning, N.Y., Hershey Founders' Day program were held al retirement party included the Class meetings are set in: and knowledge in bringing financial
great grandchild. Plane in Hershey, Pa., Amish Coun the luncheon/meeting of Delta Kappa children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starke- Agriculture Center, 7 and acquisition functions together to
try, Natural Bridge, Shenandoah Gamma society, Alpha Nu chapter on Samorisky and daughter, Heather\ p.m., May 28, June 4, and June 11. enhance the capabilities and
Valley.and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Saturday, May 18 at Western Steer and Mr and .vlrs. Alan \ Lake Butler- Lake Butler Com- material condition of the Supply
Taking the tour were Beverly Steak House. of Jacksonville; Mrs. Juanita Nincy munity Center, 7 p.m. May 30, June Department; and the Air Station. His
DAR Members Invited Blackshear, Mary Agnes Heath, Hostesses were: Claire Brunetti, Mrs. Jo Hudgens and children, and 6, and June 13. actions resulted in .the savings and
To Get Acquainted Tea FLossie Prescott, Joyce Riherd, chairman, Hilda Dey,Maxine Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nincy, all of To pre-register phone the Ag better utilization of millions of
, Hazel Richards, Lillian Stump Linda Harrell, Gladys Thomas, Nan- Perry. Building in Starke, 964-6280, Ext. dollars and hundreds of man-hours.
Present members of the area Brewer and Sandra Tompkins. 284 Lake Butler 4962321.
Doris Lamb and Mr. and Mrs. Al\ cy or ,
Daughters of the American Revolution The dining tables were covered Fresh fried fish with all the trim-
Chapters, and prospective ap-- Crosby. with lace cloths with an ivy garland. mings were enjoyed by everyone Did You Know............
plicants, living in the Keystone Each member received a hand along with a cake displaying a Did You Know...........

Heights. Starke Melrose area are Did You Know........... crafted basket with silk flowers, a fisherman in a boat surrounded by Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler at- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green
invited to a Get-Acquainted-Tea at rubber jar opener donated by the fish and a wish of "Happy Retirement visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Green
tended his 50th class reunion of 5t.Joseph's .
the home of Mrs. David Taber, Jr., Educational Credit Union and a sam- Sam." A banner with the Academy in St. Augustine and daughter, Bethany, in Wake
Park of the Palms, Keystone ple of Opium perfume.The words "Put up your feet, Dad, the and Sunday. Forest, N.C. Thursday to Monday.
was admitted to Saturday '
Heights at 2 p.m. on June 5. George Loper initiation led
ceremony was by good times are here" was centered During their absence Mrs. Green's
Prospective members are required North Florida Regional Hospital last Janet Walters, president. New around the picnic area. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion are mother, Mrs. J.H. Fields, visited her
for observation and treatment
to furnish documented proofof Friday members are Anna Clayton, Carolyn Samorisky was presented with visiting relatives this week in Pitt- sister, Mrs. Emma Tanner in
direct descent from Revolutionary .
a Folsom and Martha Pillow.A many appropriate gifts. Baldwin.
Soldier. Interested ladies, short talk was given by special sburg, Kas.
age 18 and up, may phone Mattie Rick Horn of the University of guest, Francelia Radcliff of Bellingham .
; Taber at 473-2984 in KeystoneS Florida and Jim Miller and Miss Wash, who happened to be III / """"- --&

S Heights, or Margaret Brown at Renee Frees of Jacksonville were passing through Starke on her way
964-7731 in Starke for'information. A Saturday and Sunday visitors of Mr back to Washington state. Followingthe
is being formed in this and Mrs. George Miller.
new chapter ,,, ? Founders' Day ceremony door
area. .J""IJDid prizes were given to Sandra Tompkins

Lucille Payne, Carolyn

You Know . . .! .e . . . Walters.St.Folsom,. Gladys Thomas and Janet GIFTSGive

,
Mrs. E. C. Dukes visited Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green of Tampa Mrs. A. M. Thomas in Palmetto last
were first of the week guests of Mr. Monday to Thursday. Marks Episcopal
and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. Mrs. Don Neel returned Monday Learning CenterTo

after a week in Alachua General
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green Hospital for observation and treat. Open June 10
visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Green ment. Them A
and daughter, Bethany in Wake St. Marks is now accepting ap

Forest, N. C. Thursday to Monday. PFC and Mrs. Kevin Neel of Aberdeen plications for children, ages 2.10, to
During their abscence Mrs. Green's Md. and Albany, Ga. spent the attend the 8-week summer recrea-
mother, Mrs. J. H. Fields, visited weekend with his parents, Mr. and tional program, running June 10 S ITI-I
her sister, Mrs. Emma Tanner in Mrs. Don Neel before being Aug. 3.The lIIlli
t Baldwin. transfered to Fort Pope, La. program will offer two 4-week +
sessions: first session, June 10-July CORONSXTypewriter r \, sti .

Duplicate Bridge Club results for Edward Jackson of Kaiser Slav- 3; second session, July 8 Aug. 3.
Jack and Louise was visiting his Enrollment fee is $5 per child for
I May 14 were: first ton, Germany
I Burnette second Yvonne mother, Lucille Clark and his each session attending. Cost will be
Riechmann; and Lillian Damal; third brother Michael Jackson in Atlanta $120 per session, with reduced rates 1)
l Marjorie Thomson and Lucile Ga. and Jeffery Jackson of Starkethe for two or more children.
Green.Dr. week of May 1317. Hours of operation are from 7:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through

and Mrs. Harry Gruen spent Mrs. J. W. Kincaid underwent eye Friday The Center will provide a V
May 7-19 in Oldenburg Germany surgery Monday in St. Vincent's morning and afternoon snack.
We Have the
and visited points of interest in Ger- Hospital. Parents are lunches.required to furnishchildren's Right

many. Focus for the summer is on '
For You! I
One Just
recreation, nature study, and X- /

Edward's News . . . . . .. . .... .. staffed enrichment.with qualified The program teachers will and be

held the assistants to provide an enriched experience
ty in parish hall. Mary
May CrowningOn Gissy and Peg Trimble have altar with adequate supervision. JCOUPONCOUPON ''COUPON
Sunday, May 5, members of the care for May.Reports Registration will be open through : ;
First Holy Communion class and May 31. For additional information

other children were led in procession of the DCCW Convention and applications, please contact
following Mass to the statue of the and in Rhoda Wainwright or Carolyn Ben-
have altar care for May 5, 6, 7
Blessed Virgin on the lawn of St. Ed Jacksonville given by Mary Hum- nett at 964-8914 8:30: a.m. to 3:30 1$5000
Church.
ward's Catholic Molly
Cumber.
and Josephine
phries
O'Neal, Gustavos Vargas and Enri-
que Vargas, participated in placinga
blue silk rose crown on the head of PT
the statue. Other children carried Mary Gissy, nominations chair- Cash Rebate
fresh carnation flowers which they man, presented the slate of officers ,
placed at the foot of the statue. who were elected: Elios Jones, _
president; Betty Dazinski, vice _
There than 25
arc more
RENEW Meetings president; Sophie Kimutis, million with high Coupon
Spring Training for Season Threeof treasurer, and Sallye Scoggins, blood people hypartan- \ On Any
RENEW began on Saturday, May Secretary. Installation of officers is lon Jn pressure the United- State. __
11, at Holy Faith Parish In set for June 2nd at the Chicken Fac- -- Smith Corona Typewriter

Gainesville. This meeting was con- tory dining room.Refreshments ., Lunch Menus : _. .
ducted by Judy Resta of Jackson- / Purchased Between
ville, assisted by Kath Perninl of Bradford Elem.& Middle School '
Gainesville. A TV video presentation were served follow- :Monday. May 27 Beef A Ron), Cheese Stix, May 1 and May 3D, 1985
was given by Msgr. Thomas ing the meeting by Josephine Green Beiiu, Fruit Cup, Hot Rolls, Milk.
Kleisler of Newark the founder of Cumber and Mary Humphries., Tuesday,May 2s: Barbecued Beef on Bun Buttered
Corn CabbageSlaw Fruit Cup,Milk X20URON COUPON ICOUPON JCQUPON
the RENEW Program. Wednesday May tai i Hamburger Steak Rice
This meeting consisted of prayer Tomato Gravy Mixed Vegetables, Strawberry
Scripture reading, hymns, and Airman George Canova Shortcake,Cornbread Milk.nu..day. ..
,May 30: Manager's Choice Day.
discussion. Stationed at Sheppard AFB, Friday, May Jli Manager's Choice Day. A Selectionof
On Tuesday night, May 14, at Holy We Have
Faith Church, Mr. Harry Fagan, Airman George A. Canova, son of Bradford High School
Associate Director of the.National George A. and Joan P. Canova of
Pastoral Life Canter of New York Starke, has been assigned to Sheppard bage Monday.Slaw May Peaches 27: Corn,Cookies Dogs,,Baked Milk. Beans,Cab Office Size' THE
City conducted a meeting on the Air Force Base Texas, after Tutuday. May 2K: Salisbury Steak, Rice fc
theme "Empowered by the Spirite.He completing Air Force basic training. Tomato Gravy, Green Beans, Butter Scotch $ OFFICE
spoke on social justice concernsin During the six weeks at Lackland Squares. Hot Rolls, Milk.
the church. Air Force Base, Texas the airman Wednesday Potatoes *, May Gravy.as Buttered Fried Chicken.Green Mashed, Peas, TypewritersAt d\\
Among St. Edward's parishioners studied the Air Force mission, Blueberry Pie, Hot Rolls Milk SHOP
.attending these meetings were Dr. 'organization and customs and Thursday. May Ms Manager's Choice Day.
Edward's in human Friday, :May lit Manager's Choice Day. Uii\\
William Coordinator Marchese Mr. amd, St. Mrs. Tom 'received relations.In .special training ALA-CARTE A Special Price. now. IISt.

Mixon. John Wadovsky, Cheryl addition, airmen who complete :Monday-Puna, french fries, milkshakes, hamburgers 964-5764-
Mollerup.. Josephine Cumber, Mr. basic training earn credits towardan orange Juke.Tuesd.yCheeaeburgere. ;

and Mrs. Francis =:eng, and Judy science associate through degree the Community in applied College .milkshake,orange juice.Wedaesday.French ,. pizza, french fries, Call for Information I Starke. Fla.PlIlCe .

Spell. fries, hamburgers
of the Air Force. milkshakes,plus,orange juice.ThursdayCheeseburgers .
!!Swirl Xante!*Officer The airman will now receive trench fries,
Altar 964-5764
specialized Instruction in the communications milkshakes, pizza,orange Juice.FrMayPUia .
Tuesday ewmng. May 14 i Muriel field. french fries milkshakes, cheeseburgers, orange Juice,
Gtlhooly. presided at the He is a 1981' graduate of Bradford .Each: day students have choice of a hot lunchor
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