Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01751
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01751
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APR 061987 .

1 Inside...' ."- PKY LIBRARY Bradford County I

OutS-d e.. Twolectlon. (\- I FLA, HISTORY .the .

SECTION 10 Paa.a
A warm froYit moving northward means a mixture of sun and ?_?. N_!.. .,.-.
cloudiness today (Thursday, March 26), Editorial lr.... ...4Arh 1879
There Is a 40% chance of rain to 50% tonight (
today, increasing by Social l Sc.n. .s.IAtnort ) ,
and Friday. Highs will be in the low 80s,lows Inthelow-to-mld60S. *.ioA H" ,' 1 ,TIL1 l/1 t'1 ltCT
Almost twice as much rain has fallen in January and February LOIIO'.7' L11iftWY I: P II
this year than average. 4.26 Inches of rain fell in January; the YUIJNG F'LI1RIDf
average is 2.8 inches. 8.09 inches fell in February;' the SECTION I, 14 Pan UN I "/E.R'1l'f' tV

30-ear average is 3.48: inches. In 1986, Jan. rainfall was 4.07 inches, Coop M"" ina. . . . MB e .;,, 'a, 11
Feb. 5.6 inches. Whltohood .. . . I NE' ,'j I II I LE: \ L
All rivers have crested and are slowly falling in the Suwannee Gl 1
s.oniih *"" ""." .. ..
River Water Management District. Stages so far are below the 1986 Auros, . . .
',. and 1984 flood events. Surface water levels remain above average. o_._ Ho..o Shaw . . . .... 7-
Highest reading for February was on the Santa Fe River near Fort N.w BrM.T. . . . .1.1e
White. Clo..lffod Ad.* .'-10' The Sweetest Strawberries I This Side of Heaven
Average rainfall for the past 30 years are: January 2.8 inches; Areo D.oths. . . . . ... _
February 3.53 inches; March 3.96 inches and April 3.23 inches. Union 4.H.r. . . . . ..n 108th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
.- 36th Issue Thursday March 26.1987 USPS 082.70DS.Fe
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1f/ Alderman Anested'on 11 Counts of Grand Theft, ]Bad Checksby ': I

and five counts of grand theft for like the shortage with a check which Alderman had been "grandfathered Title and Abstract Co., which he
Buster Rahn amounts bounced for insufficient funds. in" when the law became effective. owns. He paid approximately $7,000

Cemetery... BCT Staff Writer Wiley Clark, investigator for the Alderman apparently mortgaged 80 Terence Brown is named in the In- for expenses Incurred with the tran-
Bill Alderman, native of Hampton, State Attorney's office here, said his acres of personally owned land to dictment because of his associationwith saction, but the five checks payableto
The annual election of trusteesfor local businessman, civic leader and office has an additional undocumented make the check good. The mor- Alderman.In the Saunders heirs for $$15,614
the Santa Fe Cemetery Associa- two time viable candidate for county report of $46,000 misap- tgage, held by John Tordoe, is sub- the most recent caper, in which each, were turned down when
tion is set at 7:30: p.m. today commissioner, was arrested Mon- propriated by Alderman. Although ject to foreclosure. 80 acres of the Saunders estate was presented to the the Florida National
(Thursday, March 26) in the Hampton day, March 23, on grand larceny and Alderman repaid the $46,000 later, Alderman lost his license to han- sold for $85,000 to Braddy Wilford in Bank at Starke. Records indicate
city hall. bad check charges. Alderman turn records indicate the money was dle title insurance, and made arrangement December 1988, by realtors Ter- Alderman withdrew $78,000
For Skate Boarders. ed himself in to the Sheriff's office. taken from a trust fund without proper to secure title insurancefor and Outlaw, Aldermanhanded from the account, which remains
.. Alderman is charged with grand authority, said Clark. his clients through attorney the title insurance and unaccounted for.
Parents interested in a summer theft of $$78,070.65, still unaccountedfor According to Clark, the $46,000 in- Terence Brown. Florida statutes require distribution of monies to the five Clark said his office documentedtwo
n program for skate boarders and ; five counts of passing worthless cident occurred in January, 1986, a law degree to qualify for a heirs. Alderman routinely depositedthe other misappropriations in
free stylers, a meeting is set at 7:30: checks in amount of $$15,6$4.13 each, when Alderman attempted to cover license to sell title insurance, but total into the account of Bradford November, 1986.

p.m. today (Thursday, March 26) .
I r in the Pratt Street Recreation

I Center.9647055.For further information, phone d Final Plans OK'd

I Steak Dinner...

For $5 you can enjoy a steak din- 4 f' p
ner and raise money for the First For RevitalLzation
Presbyterian Church Youth Group. I.

Two seatings, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., rr -
are planned for the second annual _

dinner set this Saturday, March 28,
in the church Fellowship Hall. Eat Of Downtown Area
I, in, or take out. Free delivery inside

Starke. For tickets, contact a -
member of the Youth Group or call t Authorization to immediately ask Building which faces Call Street now
the Church office, 964-7937. for bids for the $575,000 revitalization owned by two Jacksonville firemen.
r of historic downtown Starke was

Pageant Tickets... given Monday, March 23, by Starke One-of-a-Kind...
1 / commissioners.The Starke's commercial revitalization -
Tickets for the "Strawberries action came after the council, grant is the first of its kind in the
Silver Edition," the 25th annual meeting Monday afternoon in state of this type and the historic
Strawberry Beauty Pageant set r t r9i special session with the Downtown downtown will receive a face lift top-
April 4 and sponsored by the Junior Progress Committee (DPC),an arm ping anything in its history.
\ Woman's Club of Starke, are on of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of I
sale at Mitchell's Drug Store, Denmark Commerce, went over final con- The downtown revitalization grant ,
i Furniture and Bradford : struction plans with engineer Jim was awarded for the purpose of improving

f Square Williams Jewelry. Price: yJ Robinson of England, Thims, and the downtown area, centering
r $3.50 adults, $3 children. is 4 Miller of Jacksonville.An around Call and Walnut streets.
I April 24 bid opening date is set. The grant will provide funding for
Reunion of '72 Grads... A May 5 date to award the contractis planting trees and shrubbery, In-
also set. stallation of old fashioned street
A meeting is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday One parking area, across from city lights, brick walkways at major Call
4 March 31, in the SFCC Starke hall, has already been purchased Street intersections, underground
Center board room to play the 15th : under the grant. The DPC is electrical lines, underground water

year reunion for the Bradford High : negotiating now to purchase a second systems for sprinkler heads,and off-
Class of 1972.Anyone parking area, either the Harry street parking areas.
interested, please attend. Green between the railroad
property An Oct. 30 deadline for completionof
For more information, call Lee and Cherry Street, the former Coke the project has been scheduled
Sparks, 964-6330, or Pam Wheeler, plant.on Thompson Street now owned approved by the DPC., ,.
I '" W4-70C1 work, 964-7578 home. t
by Pete Vaughn, or, possibly, the
r ....r *_ Under the schedule the May date to ,'
property in back of the Rosenberg '
Benefit begin Construction Is schedule.

The Bradford High School
Spanish Honor Society is holding a
society benefit dance April 3 at the Saturday DedicationSet
National Guard Armory.
Tickets can be purchased from ,1 ,r
club members or by calling the tu

school at 9646092.<< I ,
For New HospitalDedication

Funds for Firemen... t

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A Tupperware fund raising party fG ceremonies for the new grand opening of the beautiful, new
is set from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, .. S y ,, Bradford County Hospital are set 30,000 square foot, $7 million Brad-
March 28, at the Lawtey VolunteerFire Saturday, March 28, starting at 11 ford Hospital in Starke, a triangular-
Department. Sales will benefitthe r w a.m. and continuing with tours of the shaped brick building directly in "
volunteer firemen.Historical S facility until 1 p.m.,according to Ad- back of the old hospital.
Ord F ministrator Tim Rearick. "Impressive," said School Board
Society... Chairman Rodney Hall as he toured
1 Rep. George Crady is the dedica- the new hospital Tuesday night. It
The Bradford County Historical tion speaker. Rep. Crady will be introduced appears to be a first class medical
Society is set to meet at 7:30: p m. aN' by Al K. Carlisle, chair- facility, including two new modern
today (Thursday, March 26) in the man of the hospital board of operating rooms, a five-bed
SFCC Starke Ceznter (Old Courthouse Queen trustees.Dr. emergency room, two X-ray rooms,
). Richard Anderson of a four-bed special care unit for
l "How to trace your Revolutionary 1986 Bradford Strawberry Queen Shilynn amid reign over the 37th edition of the Bradford Countythe Gainesville, chairman of Santa Fe critical patients, an enlarged
and Civil War Ancestors" is new bloom In the L.M. Norman strawberry Fair set April 7-Il. Health Care Systems, Inc., will physical therapy department, all
the program topic. patch. preside at the dedication new patient rooms including 16 I
I An overview will be given of Queen Shilynn. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :There will be plenty red. ripe Bradford straw her- ceremonies. private and 17 semi-private rooms.
sources available for documenting Tommy Blackshear of Kingsley Lake will reign one l'Ies for the fair, unless something happens, says Hamburgers and hot dogs will be Since March 1 Bradford HospitalSee
1 service in these two wars. The more week until she crowns the 1987 Strawberry County Agent Bobby Taylor who raffles off flats: of served during the lunch hour HOS
presentation will include examplesof Queen In the night of April. The new queen will prize berries each night of the fair. The public is invited to the official ( 31taI..P,2A)
'I I documents encountered, search
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j, sources.Wheels for Life... County Fair Onens April 7. Ride Tickets Now Half Price \
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01 ... ... 7
A "Wheels for Life" Bike-A-Thon
r is set 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, The 37th edition of the Bradford day,April 3, at the Chamber of Com- been spruced up for the fair..Toilets square dance group, headed by at noon Wednesday Queen,,April to be 8.The selected new
1 April 4, at the high school track. Bradford schools working. There is a new buildingon Millard Brown, painted the inside of Strawberry
County Fair is set to open Tuesday, merce, County are April 4, will cut a ribbon to officiallyopen
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of April 7, for a five-day run through Starke Elementary, Southside the west side of the fairgrounds the CD building.All exhibit stalls rented. the fair at noon Wednesday.The .
Starke, the ride will benefit the Saturday, April 11, with some 25,000 Elementary, Bradford High School, for dressing rooms and rest room United 106 Shows the midway are Rotary Club will have its annual
St.Jude Children's Research for workers. group
people expected to visit the Lawtey Elementary, Brooker Rural-Urban Day fried chicken dinners
Friday -
the entertainment
Hospital. A 10-speed bike will be fairgrounds on US-301 north of Elementary, Hampton Elementary, All the concrete buildings have is providing sale.
donated the rider the inside and outside night. Plus, the world's record on
to ,
collecting Starke. Union County High School, Lake been repainted
is for the official
No planned
most money. If you would like to Advance fair ride tickets are on Butler, Andrews Drugs, Lake Butler including the civil defense building.The fire eater, Phenious Top from ceremonies. President
ride In the Bike-A-Thon, call Rev. sale for half price, two for $1. Ride and Lake Region Travel Agency, poultry and rabbit area has Dunellon, will perform between Norman opening Since the legislature
Jerry Patton, 964-7937 or 9647256. tickets at the fair will be $1. At the Keystone Heights. Tickets will con- been repainted. LeRoyce and David other shows. He does ventriloquism, is in session says., it is doubtful that
Bradford Fair, it will be one ticket tinue to be on sale at the Chamber office Edwards have built new cages for magic, music, and juggling. Agriculture Commissioner Doyle
Upcoming... per ride, no matter what is printedon until noon Monday, April 6. the area. A 4-H group is going to do a The fairgrounds and midway will Conner or any of his staff can make
at 5 Tuesday, April 7,
the ticket, the Chamber says. Fair Association President Ray clean up and pick up job on the open p.m.
-The 49th annual meeting of the although the official opening will be Plenty to DO..P.SA>
Tickets are on sale through Fri- Norman says the fair buildings have, grounds as a project. new II
Clay Electric Cooperative is set today I
(Thursday, March 26) in 1 1I
Keystone Heights, beginning at 9 I

a.m.The Zoning Board of the City of Educator
Starke meets Thursday, March 26, $ ,w Outstanding

at 7 p.m. In city hall. ay iIl
-A work session of the Bradford ) .
f. i ---
# School Board is set at 7 p.m. Monday 1 x kid

Oct. 30. j" Cyndee Lawrence Chosen County's Top Teacher f
Zoning Board of Bradford
County is scheduled to meet Tues-
day, March 31, at 7 p.m. in the. second grade at Southside Elementary where she ject. For instance, five or six
Starke city hall. '. t Cyndee is taught for 10 years. In 1980 Ms. students are grouped for reading In-
S Brooker Elementary,
The Board of Governors of the e (. yfIf,4 Mr'I teacher at Lawrence transferred to Hampton struction while the other membersof
a Teacher-
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com 6 rL # the 1986 Bradford County Elementary where she taught five the class do desk work.

merce is set at 12:30: p.m. next oftheYear.As Ms. years. She is in her second year at It is the second straight year that I
Thursday, April 2, in the SFCC in cash Brooker Elementary. the teacher-of-the-year) has come I
Lawrence will receive $500
Room. : from Brooker Elementary. Ms. Gail ,
The 25th annual Strawberry plus a plaque from the school (board, "Everywhere she has been she's Cook, BE kindergarten instructor, '<
Beauty Pageant is set for 7 p.m. to be presented at a future meeting.She been a tremendous asset," says BE had the honor last year. The year <
i Saturday. April, in the, BUS also will represent the Bradford Principal Bill McRae.In before the teacher-of-the-year was
I auditorium. school system in regional teacher-of- teaching Ms. Lawrence says Sandy Smith, BHS science Instruc-
The Bradford County Commission the-year competition. she strives to be a positive influence

meets the first Monday of each Since she's teacher of the year, in the lives of her students. She like tor.Teachers at each school nominate
month at 9:30: a.m. Next regular Ms. Lawrence says her class has to install self-confidence In her teacher-of-the-year candidates and
I meeting Is Monday April 6. decided it must be class of the year. students.Ms. choose school nominee by voting.
The City Commission of Lawtey """ Lawrence also believes in a The school candidates are interviewed -
meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday,. April 6, Ma.Lawrence childhood,who has a education master'sdegree structured classroom, In letting the by a county screening committee

in city hall. ... from the in University early of Florida is In students know what is expected of Including a lay person,and the coun- |;:
The first Tuesday meeting of the them. ty teacher-of-the-year Is chosen.
City Commission of Starke is set at -- ,.---- : -..- I her 17th year of teaching In grades grade K-4.is "[think child needs to know School nominees for the 1988 honor
r.Teacherof stint one a
"" "M n
L2:: Her longest
I 7:30pm: Tuesday, April 7. ,::: in kindergarten.From what Is expected," Ms.. Lawrence were Joyce Johnson, LE; Terri
.The 37th edition of the Bradford eight years Ivey SE Jack Whalen BHS, and
the she began
Fair is on April 7-11 at .. Jacksonville, "Ihe Melba Howard, BMS. Hampton Ele.
County tap teaching there In 1969. In 1970 Ms. is also a disciple of Individualized
the fairgrounds on US-301 north of' Ms. Cyndee Lawrence, second grade teacher at Brooker: Elementary, Lawrence, who lives In Gainesville, Instruction, and once and Southside Ele. chose not to
Starke. For more Infomation see Is the 1987 Bradford County Teacher-of-the-Year. began teaching in Bradford County wrote a research paper on the sub- nominate a candidate.
story In this edition. '


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1 f. 1,500-1,999 600
2,000.2,999 800
3,000 AND UP 1,200

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Southside Ele. Straight-A Stdts.;; Grades 3-5... I .-r...-.,aY._ M1--. .p.dP._-."-.'..- _...Cw-f..Y...Cdr Ci.lwr.d 9AYL1CALAL4

I Grades 3-5 stralght-A students at Southside Elementary for the third Back row,standingMichael Thomas Tamma Mattox.Shannon Safer COUPE -
six-weeks grading period are(l-r): Julie Loper.April Mosley,Scott Thrift Sean Phillips.
Front row.Bethany Lee,Brad Barber Jasen Wilkinson,Rosella Smith Not for : '
present photo Brittany Bula Lindsay Walkup.Julie Procter.
Tu bit ha Cantrell Arnie Long.Distraught


I Woman Sets Off Fire Alarm at Hospital Glen Supmme Coupe DELTA 8n"ff

"That's exactly what happtnedhe; began struggling for breath due and set off the alarm,awakening the evacuation of the hospital- which /ff ffDens
but it won't happen again, Bradto respiratory trouble. "I was fran- house doctor in a nearby "sleep could have led to major problems.
I ford Hospital administrator Tim tic when I found the door locked and room," who immediately responded. Reno told Jenkins she could have
Rearick said Tuesday, concerning no one in attendance,"Jenkins said, been charged with a felony. M Royale Coupe
an incidental the hospital early Sun"so I did the only thing I knew to do In the meantime,Starke police officer But hospital administrator y__....r.-.a d...;;-;.A,..5:III,1981'nwr a.rp.nidp..l..1.. ....as._}mllta
dav morning'_ to._ get _Attpntinn___.n._.._ f pulled the fire ,Sgt. William Reno,arrived on Rearick agreed with Jenkins."If I'd --sr-.......d_oli d..l-.......
alarm." the scene simultaneously with the been in her place,I would have done r..-od.rh..--.0.d.--4.-..-. -u-ud.....pfr...0J0c'".P.eY......
The distraught daughter of an ailRearick explained that all phones Starke Fire Department,and began the same thing.She definitely made ----".
ing father set off a fire alarm to get on the hospital switchboard had giving Jenkins a hard time accor- the right decision"Rearick said. ORIAN WELLS
attention when she found the door to "gone out" shortly before the incident ding to her version of the story. Rearick said he had ordered a OPOloffi
the hospital emergency room locked and that the emergency room "Reno said Jenkins was excited direct line installed in the place CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILEU.S.
at 3:30: a.m. and no one in attenattendant had left momentarily to and, "I really didn't chew her out. I cy room so the attendant -
dance. notify someone at a nuring station on just told her that was not the way to outside calls without locking up and 3O1 North
Marzie Jenkins had driven from the second floor to call the telephone get attention." He said that cause leaving.The new phone has already O'yHI.3T7-0103 Stark-964-75OO Jax 282-4522 J
Lawtey to rush her 74 year-old company. Before the attendant the alarm could have been installed he said.
father to the emergency room when could return. Ms. Jenkins arrivedEnterprise -

I Zones Mean SS.. .. for Businesses

Enterprise Zone credits mean$$$ jobs within the EZ boundaries, I
to area businesses,says Linda Day, which encompass virtually all of the
Grant Coordinator.A city, excluding some residentialareas.
seminar will be held tonight, .
Thursday, March 26, beginning at 7 The program includes the follow- EIPYUUHELF:
p.m., in the SFCC Starke Center, to ing incentives for a business located
inform new and existing businessesand within the area:
individuals of the tax credits Job credits(Credits against state
available through the states'Enter- corporate income taxes). ,
prise Zone(EZ) program. Property tax credit.
Sales tax exemption for building ---
The city of Starke received the EZ materials and equipment.
designation January 1, 1987. Sales tax credu for electrical
The city council, in cooperationwith energy
the Chamber of Commerce,ap- Sales tax credit for job creation. ; Smoked
plied for the EZ program to promote The public is invited to attend the ; Boston
business .expansion and to create meeting.i ;
Picnic 79' $ 9
I -. .- ,B. Buff. . Ib. ,, >..

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Ron Denmark x a x .
.. Smoked Center Cur

Insurance 964-7071 f, fr Hams . Ib.p 8ge Pork
2117 N. Temple (US 301 North) Starke %or who!. -

MOBILE s Chops $198


End CutPork "

Chops Ib. $*| 19 a ;'' Round Steak ..$198


Extra Fresh Chuck Shoulder

LeanHamburger Neck Steak or Steak or "J

Bones Roast Roast

DINNER 98e 3ge. $149 $ 1.591b.

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Tossed green salad
with your choice of dressing,

Two Southernstylehush Rib Steak ors Pig

puppies t Y-Th Rib ROast .. lb. 1 98 Feet ... .. Ib.

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:a Beef L3oiled
i Country-style __
I .. w .1r green beans 98e 69
.,r r Liver.. .. .. lb. H6si't: ........ .. Ib.

.. Lemon wedge
HoneyComb 4

Ocean flounder fillets, li Hog Beef Tripe .... ....... lb.98 Turkey "

seasoned and grilled, reedy $3.99SUNDAY
Maws t t3ge
10 lb. Bucket '
a bed of fluffy rice. $4 90

& WEDNESDAY Chittlings............. I
AllYouCanEatCountryStyle 3ge

Fish Dinner $3.99Dining lb. West $179' lb.

Room Service Only Bologna ... .... ...... Ib-

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2-Piece Fish Dinner $2.39CaptainD OPEN AD-GOOD

8 am 7 pmTues.Sun. City Fish & Meat Market 'THRU

& APRIL 6th

6 MONDAY CLOSED Highway 16 East Starke 1987

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Theme Will.Je: Plenty of Things to Do and See at This Year's County Fair

from page 1 11 a.m. 5 p.m.: Senior Citizens FFA"Steer Show. Noon p.m.: Children and Stu Saturday. April 11: FFA steer sale.
the fair on opening day. Day, free admission. 7:30: p.m. and 9:30: p.m.: Gospel dent's Day free admission ttexwgbIZth B ..m.: Open Horse Show Brad- 7 p.m.: River City Two Steppersand
Noon Official opening of the fair night, two shows, WSTLG Radio
Parking on busy nights will be : grade. ford and Umon County Riding Clubs, Cloggers.
available just north of the and the Starke Rotary Club's annual presents: Wendy Bagwell and the 1 p.m.: Midway..-.. in the Bradford Roping Club Arena. 7:30 and 9 p.m.: Phenious Top and
fairgrounds. Rural-Urban Day Picnic. Sunliters. 7 p.m. and ff p.m.: Phemous Pap. Noon:Fair exhibit building open the Fabulous Pop Top Cabaret.
5 p.m.: Midway opens. Dave Hucton in concert! : two..... 3 p.m.: Midway opens. 8 p.m. and 9:30: p.m.: Country and
Tuesday April ?: 7:30: p.m.: Beef Breed Show. Friday, April 10: 7:30 p.m.:Bradfold-Union 4f and C p.m.: Beef breed sale. Rock and Roll Night, two shows,
7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Phenious Top Noonifair exhibit, building operas FFA swine sale. 7 p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-11 and "Justin Tyme_ Ban ."
.3. midway, operated by
p.m. and the Fabulous PnhntAttwo h
Pop Top ,
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United Shows, opens. sii ws-------: -- "'M0':- .. .-
3 p.m.. : Fair exhibit buildingsopen. ?- ;,

7:30: p.m.The: Bradford-Union4-H
and FFA Swine Show. 8 and 9:30: p.m.: Blue Grass Night,
7:30 p.m.: A Talent Show, spon- 2 shows, "Southern Pride."
sored by WPXE AM-FM.
Thursday, April 9:
Wednesday, April 7: Noon: Fair exhibit building opens.
11 a.m.: fair exhibit buildings 5 p.m.: Midway opens.
open. 7 p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and

I Zoning Board Meets Tonightby

Buster Ilahn two requests rezoning' at its I.k
BCT Staff WriterThe regular meeting Monday, March 31,
Starke zoning board will hold then reconvene as the board of ad-
its regularly scheduled meeting at 7 justment, and hear two requests for }
p.m. tonight (Thursday, March 26))
with only one petitioner as of Mon- special Sidney exceptions.J. Hall is requesting the I ....... ,<'" ....-........ r 1 _....-_. r -..... .-.. ,,,,,,,-,.-... -.'
day afternoon. rezoning of .9 acre from OR (open Hampton Smarties... -
Virgil F. Heiken has requested the rural) to CI (Intensive commercial). These Hampton Elementary student made straight A" "M Ibrfe tvpcrt '"lhe **ond row:Jaclyn Crews. Hope Archie Torre Mersey Lisa Me-
rezoning. of 4.5 lots on WashingtonSt. The parcel is located 7 miles NW of cards for the third six week grading period. CkYe .Angela Meng.Christina Broome Jennifer Darley Keir Ford and I
across from Bradford High Starke at the intersection of CR-235 Badford.
From left to right on the front row: Paul Phillip.Alex Kircfcaa.MatDc"a
School,from R-iC to RP, residential and SR-100 the New River road to thew Mullis, Vickl llutto. John McMillan. ShautM Agataald and JCB- JasM McCnllough and Charlotte Smith were absent.
The states that od
professional. request Brooker SR-100. If approved by niter Glenn.
Heiken plans to establish a child day the zoning board, Hall plans to -
care center on the property. establish a used car sales lot on the
property. property off CR-200B, known as the
County Requests... James Davis Jr. plans to open a Peetsville Road, if the zoning board FLA.TWIN We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call
The county zoning board will hear. disco club, with beer and wine on approves his request for a change. THEATRE MONTH
Stance 964.5491 Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH

from 9 a.m. until 1:30: p m. to better serve our
I Hospital Openingfrom *Open Every Night

...... ..... customers.
page 1 : $2 JOO'SKOAL :
has had a contract with Coastal tional doctors will be hired for the bination of 12 hour and 24 hour shifts. : *.*. ". *... T"0a Tioi.rji.: Gainesville Hearing Aid Center

Emergency Services of Durham, weekend.In The ER doctors now commute from :..:'.'::::t......I.. Gainesville
N.C. which provides 24-hour per day addition to emergency room outside the area, but will eventually .: 1003 NW 23rd Ave. -
physican coverage in hospital service the ER physicans respond to move into the vicinity. They are not Starts Fri.. March 27
emergency rooms. The firm is in the any in-house emergency at the required to live in Starke, Rearick 376-0095
process of hiring two fulltime hospital. "That's certainly a plus," says but may live in northFloridaarea and models of hearing aids.
emergency room physicians who says Administrator Rearick. such as Jacksonville, We service all make
will work during the week. Addi The ER physicians work a com- Gainesville or St.Augustine. I Also hove batteries available. Home testing by ap-

pointment only.
I Local Golfer Gets HoleinOneby
on BirthdayMcKinley - - . . a . . . . . -
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Buster Rahn from the blue tees,a 192 yard pain in and Charlie King SCREEN 2 ....1.5:30...'. Ann's
HCT Staff Writer the niblick, over Alligator Creek, witnesses to the feat. tk3F4 00 sat.S. jo '
Sandy Sanderson gave himself a with a 4 wood, at the Starke Golf and Sandy went on to shoot a 36 on the ..W.Call street .
super 66th birthday present Tues- Country:Club. back 9, with an overall 78 for the (904,' l541 A Speciality Gift Shop .
day, March 24, that all golfers That s a hole in one. A couple of round. He birdied the 18th hole to
dream of, but few accomplish. weeks ago, Don Poley received finish his birthday round in style. Jump into shape or just fun for the kids with our very
$500,000 for a similar shot in the Bay Congratulations Sandy. May you unusual jump ..
Sandy, who lives on SR-16 west, Hill Classic, in Orlando. have many more, birthdays and ropes.
aced the "Blue Monster." old no.10, Sandy was Dlavine with Mar aces. 1i'ao! C>> _EJ .A new fine of pillow in linen or chintz excellent color (election.Fabulous .

baskets in all sizes and shapes.
Rec News
301 DRIVE-IN .Porcelain bunnies just in time for Easter

T-Ball Small Fry, Meetings are set as follows: Wayne McLeod. Wf Your
Appreciate Patronage
Jr. Softball Women's League: Monday, Anyone interested in officiating Opens May 1st .., .
March 30 7:15: p.m. Softball is asked to meet at the Ed- -- -- -- - - - - - -- - -+ --,
jj Registration Set -Church League: Monday, March wards Road Ballfield
&| Registration is under way until 30, 7:45: p.m. y, March 26, 7-8 p.m. ThursdaY'1 '" 3
tt. May 15 for T-Ball, Small Fry '
Baseball and Junior Softball spon- Softbalrmeering are set in the con Score Keepers !.. ,
sored by the Starke Recreation ference room of the Old Armory, the Anyone interested in keeping : WANT
Department. Starke Recreation Department. score for baseball and Softball is
Registration is set in the Old Ar- asked to contact the Rec Dept.,
mory on N. Temple Avenue and Officials Needed... 9646792.
Adkins Street, from 8:30 a.m. to Anyone interested in officiating .
noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. If you do not know how to keep
Recreation score but would like to learn, there
Last Chance... Anyone interested in officiating will be a clinic Wednesday, April 1,
Last chance to get a team in the baseball and Softball should contact at 3:30 p.m.at the Rec Dept..the Old New Broiler Houses
Softball league. the Rec Dept. or David Tew or Armory.

P +

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touch a power line, the combination
I could be deadly.

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wet weather if a branch makes con- For Further ,

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I Shove on a Train Led to Murder Trial :In the Days of Open Saloons I

One of the many. nwatimuilrTniirtteraautstttBttcame Btunsedealled on Joyner to halt, and he turned on the ground and told witness to
made statement in which be
livened up thepags.of: !.Yha1ItIrIlllMllJll\JIIIS around!, facing: the party. T.W. Jones ran out a lengthy
take it Witness the and
picked pistol claimed
up. up that Jones fired three times at
to trial here, .
nUIanuarty ahead:of the?others and. going to Joyner's back, in doing so noted that the barrel was warmas
Circumstances imniunding tthe sane wane caught at hisrifle-..Joyner leveled the muzzle oftnvgiur if it had just been fired. him before he shot. Witness said that after
reviewed in :the January: 09 OHO) ire off TUhr! beneath his left arm to the rear fired and C.M. Sparkman testified to seeing Jones he fired, he turned and ran intending to
Jones fell.mortally wounded. then wheel- come town and himself to officers
Telegraph: Joyner with a pistol partly loaded about ten up give up
ettdndfledt: making hIS escape In the darkness.He minutes before the shooting occurred. of the law but beard men after him
Joyner tied .been un an sea nnenum tto JbnMaaiD- waaapturad.: three months later in Alachua County shouting "Catch him and we'll kill him!"
ville. On the return ttrjp tby team ttDSSirMH;,sa- Jake Jones testified that he went with This frightened him. Joyner said and he
meone struck him. T.W. Jones and others in pursuit of Joyner, continued his flight and secluded himself
and that Jones had his pistol In his hand on
When Joyner;juriv dimfitaike: the vwmtt tto NIK Dfr Fkancis. Testifies the way to the point where Joyner was because he believed that his life would be
house.a quarterinilesniitb.DltrtwniSrtt3irafltearna; in great danger If he were brought back to
When the ease was called for trial Thursday overtaken. Witness said Jones cursed
returned to the narroom.oIiETH< .%HHthman&BD( tc.N.1M: Francis waa the first witness called. The Joyner telling him to halt or he would kill Starke.In .
on Call Street.:lle..annel1QlllDlIJ.W..nm15anddIIcosted !- docton'a.testimony related only to the nature of stopped and Jones ran up and the course of his statement. Joyner
him by askmgjJ'heIwaIi t mamwttw One wound::received by Jones. grabber hold of his gun and fired three said that he returned to town on the nightof
struck him (Joyner.Jkttthesamettmwthenaiaedi shots at him. Joyner then fired and Jones the killing to get some whiskey for use in
his gun in a threatening anannar. Ottieirwitneases testified that Joyner shot Jones fell. compounding medicine for some of his
Jones .mtthemacatwe.aradJn5iBirlbftt l beftireany': !' other shots had been fired and that9IIW children who were suffering with whoopIng -
the barroom they only Burnsed shoot afterward.'rlt1Hlase cough. he brought his gun with him
and started.wBlkmg< DWDtttrlPa::.ftP Witness Reverses StoryThe
Railway m'thetlmBttmnlliYtlusltmrJ, because he had been in the habit of carry-
of the defense was based on the contention witness had given an entirely different ing it at night for some.time past.
Jones accompanied by } ,oIlhrsmityG; that Jones fired on the defendant before the version of the difficulty at the cor
went to Might Marshal fftnrnk Bunmcd and! unformed lattEn- attempted: to shoot and probably the oner's inquest and Solicitor Hartridge put Solicitor A.G. Hartridge and A.V. Long
the officer,of-3oynefs! the two other:men..and. irtlerBadl aete tnTtBdlim elicited: from Butler Roberta one of the state's leaving his testimony on this occasion defended Joyner. Able arguments were!
pursuit of Joyner.,overtaking!iurn<0ntitHinilbnHtti! witnesses Roberts said that Jones fell immediately rather devoid of force. made on both sides.
track opposite the nouHe< /(CIII.f1pmIknum.: ,after Joy ner" shot;as he fell he threw his pistol Edgar Joyner, son of the accused who The case went to Jury at 5:30 p.m.
was with his father at the time of the dif Thursday afternoon and about 9 o'clock a
testified that Jones ran up and shot verdict of murder in the second degreewas
ficUlty/ three times. The witness said returned.

he and his father came back to town that When the court reconvened Friday mor-
night to get some whiskey to mix medicine TOWN MARSHALS had their hands
the sentenced
at 9 o'clock was -
etHTORtALSAIDS ning prisoner
I with. full trying to keep order In the old to the penitentiary for life.

The defendant was put on the stand and days.

AIDS Amcng Prison 'Inmates Rural-Urban Day Planned By Rotary Cub April 8A


Poses New State ThreatAn tradition that began more than 1 h"
25 years ago will be carried on again a M "
this year as the Starke Rotary Club tO /
stages its annual Rural-Urban Day t
An increasingly serinis gnitbnttiaj] Ibofe a& the' AIDS-infected inmates in event Wednesday April 8, at the M

lias :been :added tto tthe aHtaasdJy ;ri5ons;. Bradford County Fairgrounds. ncTgjt r k< : I

serious threat posed tby t tthe ic&giritty increasing Considering; the rapid rate at which Starke Rotarians, who recently
incidence nf aids on ffUnnrtia AIDS! increasing among the celebrated the 50th anniversary of
and the.nation. Thi&iattt'M&piirttfri! heterosexual the their club, will serve a fried chicken
population, potential dinner starting at 12 noon until(?), "
in a lengthy :and aharamfg ammfl: game threat is obvious since most inmates "as long as they last." at $3 per
report in theSundayl lllU a tM lP1lmiI a will eventually be discharged and will plate.

TunesUnion.Written be free ta spread their infection, Receipts from this annual fund-

unknown;. among an unsuspecting raising event are used by the Rotary
by Bruce JKradbruw: !ttte '11-- public Club for its Student ScholarshipFund

staff member.aliB gnBi1 tt lC Mm'iPIi Iuwb: Testing:for AIDS at UCI has been on a which assist with expenses of

in this :area, tthe and attrtfrnfc limited! basis,, but Dr. Almojera Community four students College attending for two Santa years.Fe t e.0'S'
""Homosexuality and fftnn: use ffii""" *" estimates that if all of the near-2,000 inmates -

among the 1300; amnates:; att Onnmor- at the prison were tested it is 4

rectionaJ Institution mear l B&afinrtt, One possible that 300,. more or less, would 4 .T

state's largest unmamnirm ajBEHTBtty t test positive as carriers of the virus. I

prison" according ID mnujrtMi indeir- Knee many of these are long-termers

viewed. They :area :jiiinuiry nrams off witto no> hope of release in the near

spreading the deadly:acauiitBti irrrrmunff future. Dr. Almojera says they take a"tibnftt

deficiency disease:syndrome;, >EEEritmw care"1 attitude about infecting

said. other people,, and won't bother to be

tested!until: they have the actual symp- Visitors to the Starke Rotary Club's Rural-Urban Day In 1964 were welcomed
"Because Florida( &mot thaw mandatory t ixns. Tickets may be obtained from any by the above group of dignitaries:
testing :for !the EE33J57 mm wens member of the Rotary Club, or at theSheriff's Figures at far left and far right are unidentified. Starling second from left
associated -with lIDS. inn tine !ttmuws Em addition:: to the threat to health, office in the courthouse. are: Louie Lee Wainwright, then Secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections
will also be available at the
how many inmates IfaawethsencsQHffiBi'i\,'*' mere is also the financial threat that They There will be ; Doyle Conner. Commissioner of Agriculture; Charley John. Stale
ffntimtf-c could:: !eventually cost Florida millions of Fairgrounds. Senator; Charles Sawyer club president (at the mike); Arch Thomal\\. _
the article separate drive in for take-outs. -
? dtiilarsL Already, a former prison inmate Watch for the signs. State Representative; Randal Chitty. Mayor of Starke; and Unda'Uu"o'l.. f
In conversation with IDle: Tsi orjni : fronx Orlando is suing the state, Strawberry Queen. 1

Tuesday, Dr. Bob Ahmrjera, rmnfttma saying; he? was exposed to AIDS virus
director at said:that iimirtufl tbsttung while- imprisoned at a correctional in-

has revealed thereai' ,:m; inmates: UCI known:ID!tame: ttesm exposed AIDS epidemic really gets goingseaerall U.S. Constitution Bicentennial ShouldBe
to the dread vjruB.Jftit: (She time off years from now, imagine the Of Bradford Historical

the Kraskow interview t ttbera; way! S2. suits that will be filed by the victims, or Observed, Rotary Club Is ToldA
This does not:mean tthattthsininrnffir off members of the of those who Board of Trustees
family ---- - -- --
inmates :actually :ifaavc (netudhgBEti ttte brae contracted AIDS while confined in
communitywide observance of the also recommended the reading of
disease, but they haste kisses ssgsaes& Ito ai State prison. 200th Anniversary of the Constitution was "Miracle at Philadelphia" which tells the Arnold Weeks Starke librarian was
the virus and: are Florida State Prison where most inmates Board of Historical Trustees at a
The virus.Tny:'r* ir *rrifnii'itm It nTnftfifHw* the Bradford County Economic Development led by George Washington who came
held afternoon in the SFCC Starke
for !before us ill- : are housed in single person cells, Commission in a talk at the Starke together to write this remarkable docu- Monday
system years imuilfirrig Center board room. James R (Reggie)
has a much; lower rate of homosexuality Rotary Club last week. ment that has guided our Nation for 200
mess and death. Flynn was elected secretary-treasurer.
and! reported no known cases of McKeown quoted Warren E. Burger years.
James wainwnghtstpmintenhmtalTRMC ; AIDS> as did the minimum security chairman of the Constitution BicentennialCommission McKeown suggested the formation of a first
I The board adopted as its objective
the classification and! ncnffiiiiEEfl
Hawtey Correctional Institution. as saying: "Our Constitutionhas committee represented by all small
the establishment of a museum
center at Lake Butler:, said tthxtt, as off had as great an impact on humanity as civic clubs and other organizations,to plan which was
SFCC Center
COm the other hand of the
Monday there were 37 acnM 1 I1fuI5ojf ,, according to the the splitting of the atom" The speaker and carry out this observance. one room the 1902 Courthouse -
aside for this in
T-fflJ where set purpose
report,.UCIr inmates sleep in
AIDS-related diseases on a agemiEUsanitized now leased to the Santa Fe Endowment -
unit at EMC wtnere! ttaaffirr nn ttwoHnam cells or even 90-man dormitories Board for use by the Starke Center.

and out is limited.!fr mnai ;;.Mi iiii.MndiM ;. traditionally had problems County Agent's.Notebook
; with* homosexual inmates. Also
red from other ;to EMC em itt It was voted to hold meetings quarterlyon
is determined prissy: tosrvK aattnsXKy mo is plagued! with a high rate of the second Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the
absenteeism and turnover of correc- Buy Tested Seeds Starke Center. Plans will be drawn up for
developed AIDS and mo HorjgHT jj.mttCCBI"riers fcnnall officers:,, making it impossible to exhibiting artifacts old photographs and

of the virus. adequately: : monitor inmate dormitories Don't sell seeds :short especially if There is one note of caution to keep in other displays pertaining to Bradford

Since 1981, 43 iilll".04 wiith and!two>marc: cells. you're planning a large vegetable garden. mind when handling seeds. Most of the County Weeks said. Some material is
jpAM5& Last week I discussed the pros and cons of seeds you'll find at garden centers have already on hand and more will be collected -
died iin
related diseases have tthe
( As pointed!out in the T-U report, solutions beginning with transplants,which give youa been treated with chemicals to reduce In- as plans develop he added.
system, and 14 nave:ibeennKiteaKed, according ;are not easy to come by but that faster start but they can be expensive if jury and decay caused by insects and

to a quote (from ffita. JR.X.! does not mean:no effort should be made you need a lot. This week I should discuss diseases. Usually, you can tell when seeds.. The Historical Board of Trustees was
Rogers, assistant :seEretary: floor JSXSfC to Weep homosexual activity under con- planting seeds directly in the garden. have been treated because they're coated'! created by special act of the 1973
health services, ;in an i nnteraiBW wittfa Besides costing less than transplants a with brightly colored dye. legislature and has broad powers to draft
trolL! The of Iowa
state for instance has
major advantage of starting a home It's a good idea to use treated seeds. In historical plan of development for Brad-
Kraskow. ssttupDa> strict behavior code for inmates vegetable garden directly from seeds is fact, you should always use them when ford County, and to acquire develop and
According :to :the T-4D alb, gmffiim wths test positive for the AIDS virus and that you can choose from a wider selectionof they're available. But remember that the dispose of any existing property real or
systems nationwide:are igia ullmgwidn ottteir: infectious diseases. Those who varieties. A garden center may have chemicals on such seeds are poisonous. So, personal to improve operate and maintain
several varieties of seeds for a given crop treated seeds should be eaten by
the problem what, Its ><*.iJfa inmates" testt positive are prohibited from work- but only one or two varieties of people or animals. never for historical purposes.

who carry the way =f't' oenrar lug ux food!areas,,and are under further transplants. Also .some crops !such as.
suffer from an "-- restriction Prison officials in New beans corn cucumbers, ana turnips don"i

Some states attempt :to imitate ii nr4 York: and! Pennsylvania are also quick transplant well. It's best to start these Forestry in Bradford County I
who are carriers. Some faawe glhnnjmfl" to isolate inmates who recklessly from seeds. On the other hand, many crops
do transplant well. They Include things
down on homosexual 1Htiilm l s_disease. like tomatoes, broccoli collards and let By David Norton

among inmates, which us Ifcy liar tihe Qt Bas event been suggested that sometope tuce. If transplants are available for such Fertilizing Trees Forest Area Supervisor
most frequent way iff i 1t Ihmi1tfi t the monitoring behavior be set crops, they're probably a better bet than
virus. up starting from seeds unless you're planninga Ideal times for fertilizing trees varies diameter equally among the holes," Gor
flair those known to nave AIDS when they very large garden. considerably in Florida. Homeowners nicks says. 4:For Jtrees larger! than six inches -
Kraskow points omit That so liar. ace Jt1easedfrom! prison in order to prevent While most vegetables can be grown traditionally feed their trees in the springin use two pounds of fertilizer men
Florida Department
ficials have not :rrnjitemmltad say Off pig with a disease that is known to be sweet potatoes imh potatoes and for nourishment. Fertilizer can be appliedto throughout the boles." (not two Ibs. per
these measures al1.ho1Jdlat: nmmi\ir off sure dfrathv: The public has a right to strawberries. For specific recommendations keep trees healthy or with the hope of hold).
on the crops you want to grow, check nursing sick trees back to health.
the Correctional Medical ,.inainmiiy Know who these AIDS virus carriers
with your garden center or see your Coun- Whatever your objective, following certain
plans to urge :the DOC !Ito ttdte dater ace.CFolltwinig ty Agent.If proven practices will increase your Gornicki says the best combination of ingredients -
you decide to start from seeds, get the chances of success. to use is#6.6 or 8-8-8 but he cau-
best you can find. Seed quality could mean tions against applying it too close to the
] e aniBjgJte bnnii: HMtanrilBTaniB :(!rnioneditorial: of March:) the difference between success and failurein "Most homeowners simply spread the tree trunk because it could cause injury to
your garden. So always buy good seeds fertilizer on the ground around the tree" the trunk base or root collar. He also
fxiaaa Cffj""fl i JOnd.S atk Wary; to!Stop! *Spread of AIDS: from a reliable dealer. says Phil Gornickl Urban Forestry warns against over-fertilization.Too much
For a few crops you can save seeds Specialist with the Division of Forestry. fertilizer will bum roots so it's best to fer-
from your garden. But, for many others "However surface applications promote tilize with a little less than too much. In
In its editorial .rn.neeitiadRWe"lmeeOnwnsaidt? : that really isn't practical. Since most shallow root systems that may be more affected other words do not apply fertilizer using
It would -be ,--tier ffttandJa nfffmolfc On merely shrug: their shoulders and adopt a seeds are relatively Inexpensive you're by drought conditions and allows the "Aspirin Rule."
defeatist attitude troaml rtne lUHBuBafl IDBi imttltfuri uii and:jail*of the State. probably better off buying those you need competing vegetation to absorb some of .

When eittem. flIP3BanrofhgaammgaBam! ) .the law does not allow thenngcreanttobegivenithe.daMUJij if they're available. the fertilizer before it can get to the tree's Drop the correct amount fertilizer into
a peraon ifthepriecnes.ub You should buy tested seed varieties.Our roots." the holes and then fill them with top soil,
< ttB.III.--.any.; pnaansonoancecoddamamtWjustthat
> 3qjBWu AIDS infects a substa- WAS scientists at the University of shredded manure or peat moss Close the
ctedtirtiimB .e imaprulOltwbere
: uslliEiB
; Florida test most crop varieties and According to Gornicki, foresters holes by stepping on them gently.
riot portion of the mmateaiaputalam. recommend only those which do well here. generally recommend the hole or pun-
Aids has so:far bmym omwan!fittO.rttaminB the b div Ii,the ravages of other diaeases. You'll have the best chance for success if chbar method of fertilization for shade Normally for this area the months of'
Florida prronofficaalasa3tttiahauaafrnlhmieltneebe: ofmmatafromAIDSrelateddiseaaa. you plant varieties with some resistance to trees. This involves punching tw-inch February and March are the months to
common Florida pests. Use varieties holes 12 to 18 Inches deep In the ground. fertilize trees.This year if spring crept up
member ornamU%>Gn C:JfeflBaflA warned*." recommended in our extension circular The holes should be two feet apart starting on you too quick and you haven fertilizedyeC
A t.aDd gees' SUITS tn releasing them sewer die Stote.'discharglugthnepaepleevemtalhl. 104, "The Vegetable Gardening Guide." about three feet from the trunk (and no use about half the recommended
It's available at your County Agent's Office closer than three feet) and extending out dosage until next year. And for those of
Both in 1he.buiIdiJC"IiI"jpllJlll jmBirotthrwrwimnins:off prison::policy.It would abbcuuLFlorida'sgaser on North 301 In Starke. Of course you as far as the branches extend at three-foot you out there who fight tooth and nail for
cionabiemerety 1D aeutorpt1r:>jiiiaa1iigja3Sa< snnaifaingnobody can do anything can plant anything you like. But, many intervals completely around the tree. .1 green grass free of weedsREMEMBERyour -
InrtonlU'ttrs'ttostteni! ttt snrwicf of tn disease in prisons where the gardeners cheat themselves by continuing tree's roots may be underneath the
inmate*arc wards--= I _.__...... fftjrtn ertm. stat
hkcosepriin bavedutteueawmamune.rranswdttheadwmtafAIDSt! those that grow best in our e. apply 1 pound of fertilizer per inch of tree poison that you put out.Page I


Mar 26.1987! TELEGRAPH Pa>sei.


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R ide of the news 1- ..

Weddings Club New Social Event :

'+ Y Reception Church New Birth r.


017 .. ..... ... ..
Melanie Ann Poncier i ourug.Is i.or that has soid its pr.s.

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I- Jim Deuel Exchange

nil. Wedding Vows I

Melanie Ann Ponder and Jim
Deuel both of Starke were marriedin The bride was given in marriageby
the Community Church of Greg Nazworth, a close friend.
Keystone Heights February 28, with She wore a white Elizabethan gownin
Pastor Rob Moore Ford conducting embroidered chiffon with lace
the services. baby ruffles extending to a
The bride is the daughter of Jim cathedral train. She carried a bou-
Ponder of Avon Park and Elton & quet of pink orchids and white roses.A .
Linda Ward of Starke. The groom is reception following the
the son of Mr. & Mrs. Jim Deuel of ceremony was held at the church.
Starke. Greeting guests at the door was

Nuptial music was provided by Caroline Sapp.
Linda Day. The centerpiece of the reception
I Arrangements of pink and white table was a 3-tiered cake featuring a
flowers decorated the church. The fountain, flower arrangements,
vestibule held two double ring candle doves and a wedding couple on top. aye
stands with a candle arch in the Surrounding the larger cake were
middle. four smaller heart-shaped cakes.All
Darlene Norman served as maidof were connected by pink & white ribbons -
honor. She wore a pink strapless, :Cakes were by Julia Alvarez. Shown:Nonlake'sROiHSCJ//lDlnnpcnal8a/oquefo Ui4 a-a

.. two tiered tea-length gown and car- Servers for the occasion were HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY WORKS FOR YOU-
ried pink and white gardenias and Erica Greun,Sandy Dudding,Carrie

I orchid nose gays. Sellers, Amy Carter, Patty Pointer, Over the years we've found our Bridal Registry Service to bone
Joyce Bosier & Jerry Crawford.
lJr.In.! Jim Druel Bridal attendants were Jenifer of the most appreciated of aO the services drat we otter to
Deuel, Brenda Hines and Betsy Nail. Following a wedding trip to Can-
Their dresses and flowers were cun,Mexico, the couple will reside in our customers.It makes it easy for you to teled. the perfect
similar in style to that of the maid of Keystone Heights. The groom is wedding or shower gift because you know.exactly what the
honor. employed as a mechanic at Starke prospective bride is looking foe

I Church NewsPastor Serving as flower girl was Julie Auto Center. The engaged couple register the preferences in d va.aystal.
A special thanks to our parents fora
Poncier with Grant Bosier
bearer. as ring beautiful wedding. And for all of flatware and giftware.We record this and update*ie fct as gifts.

AppreciationDay St. Marks Episcopal Directing the wedding was Joyce the love and support each of you are purchased,to avoid duplications

Sot Mar. 29 Sponsors Prayer Day Bosier. have given to us. Visit us the next time you're shopping for wedding or>hower

lawtey Church of God gifts.We'll help you select the gift the bride really warts Wrt
The Mary Madgalene Chapter of gift-wrap it.Well ship it And the service is free! -
Pastor Appreciation Day is the Daughters of the King will spon- St. Edward's Members Attend MeetingThe I
scheduled for March 29. 1967 at sor "A Day on Prayer"at St. Mark'sEpiscopal
Lawtey Church of God. The church Church,212 N. Church St., Spring Gainesville Deanery Baumgartner of Gainesville servingas Couples ntly in our registry:
is located on Hwy 301 South of Saturday, March 28. meeting was held Thursday March guest speaker.
Lawley. 19, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Special
guests from
attending Gloria Roberts and Perry Bryan
The day will begin with celebra-
Special a
guest speaker will be Bro. Cross City. Jacksonville
I WUlard Crawford of Sampson City. tion of the Holy Eucharist at 10:00 St. Augustine were Diocesan Cheryl President O'Conner,, Tina Bowen and Guy Wayne Parrish
A covered dish dinner will follow the a.m. Teachings on prayer will be led Mass was concelebrated by the Elizabeth Bazley, Hildegarde Carole Hardin and Alan Montgomery
service with a sing following the din by Susan Wilkinson from St. Peter's host pastor Father Joseph Meehan, Ruper, Sister Rebecca Rutkowskiand Margaret Smith and Brian Johns
ner.Guest singers will be The Smith Episcopal Church in Jacksonville Father Flannan Walsh, Deanery Olga Bertozzi .
Brothers and Lois Tucker. There Moderator, and Father James Attending also from St. Edward's
will also be performances by local All women and girls are invited to O'Neal pastor of Live Oak's St. were Sophie Kimutis, Pauline
Leila's Dress &
singers. attend. Please bring a bag lunch; Francis Xavier Church, and a Oeschger, Ann Gingras, Antoinette Gift Shop
drinks will be provided. The day will former parishioner of St. Edward's.
Everyone is invited to attend and Stefanelli, Jenny Shaffer, Josephine Monday-Saturday 9-3O am-530 pmBlankensnip's
worship with_us. conclude about 4:00: p.m. Luncheon followed at the Crazy Gumber, Mary Humphries. and C3C E:3:
Italian Restaurant with Dr. Thomas Dolores Meng. '"
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    Page 6A TELEGRAPH March 26.1987 '." .

    _I Knoa cements -
    -- STARKE
    -I Elaine P. Gray. Kathy S. Petteway,
    Betsy Ann Bloodgood Thomas G. Jackson Charlie McCloud, III
    422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
    Mark C. Mitchell Mr and Mrs Delano Thomas of Mr. and Mrs Isaiah Petteway of
    Kingsley Lake are happy to announce Starke announce the engagrnent of Walter F. Montz, PastorWe
    Announce Engagement the engagement of her their daughter, Kathy S.. to Charlie Invite ;you to worship with us.
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bloodgoodof daughter, Elaine Patricia Gray to B. McCloud III, of St. Augustine Attended Nursery

    Keystone Heights announce the Thomas Gregory Jackson son of The wedding is planned for 4:00: Sundif$chool .. . loam
    engagement of their daughter, Betsy Mr. W. T. Jackson Jr..of Starke and pm. April 11. 1987 at Mt. Pisgah Morning Worship . . 11 am
    Ann, to Mark Cranfill Mitchell, son Mrs. Wanda Clifford of Lake Butler AME Church in Starke. Evening Service . . .. 0 pm
    of Mr. & Mrs. Freeman Register The wedding is planned for May AU friends and relatives are Invited Wednesday Youth .. . 7:30 pm
    Jr., of Starke and John W. Mitchellof 23... ,. to attend
    The bride-elect is a graduate of

    Keystone Heights High School and *FOR THI GOLFER .Country Club,
    University of Florida. She is ov.r 1',01, ocr., 3/2. All brick, CREDIT PROBLEMS No qualify.
    employed by BJK & E Advertising ,\ union living room, fireplace, cell- Ing. Assume FHA mtg, 1,400.q. ft.
    Agency of New York City. Ing to floor window- many extras ., 4 yr*. old, central H/A.$46,000.
    Fiance is of Bradford I:
    a graduate
    High School and University of 'fll' .
    Florida and is employed by Spencer WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart +! BR, BATH on 2.7 acres Stocked!
    Sports Media, Inc., in New York City w """,- 964 Lake w/3 BR MH, CHA. Close to In. pond, Ig. wood deck A many extra's. On-1
    522STARKE. _Iach.... $30,000.INVESTORS ly $69,900.
    The wedding is planned for June 6 Betsy Ann Bloodgoodand il.
    *COUNTRY CLUB lots I
    Plnesong S/D. Paved Building from
    at.Grace United Methodist Church in
    St Augustine. Mark Cranfill Mitchell ; rood through property. Owner fin. $6,500. Some with owner financing.

    *II ACRES On SR 16 C Morgan Rd. I
    NEW RETAIl/PROFESSIONAl Seller motivated
    BUILDING with plenty of parking and
    _ Social positive coih flow located In the busiest *CRYSTAL LAKI ACCESS A large
    HappeningsCecelia 'section of Starke.
    ..... i Stark. and Keystone Heights Shown by
    -- *YOU PICK i
    THE CARPET Brand new 2 I appointment. PRICE REDUCED.
    Clay County Fair story, 3 BR, 2 BA on Water
    Hosts Chamber Mixer Opens March 31 Fl lake, large swimming pool large absolutely the best location.3 BR.2 *7 ACRES with home A barn on 225 |above ground pool. Dbl garage. A 20 X

    The gates to Clay County's First l lot on paved___...street. with .sidewalk...__ .BA.........over. __1.600__ sq.....ft.. living area._ near FSP. Hoi many potentials. ZS j upstairs room to be completed to
    .La .
    Cecelia TerwSHegar\ owner of Ter Agricultural Fair scheduled to B r l c 1. h"m.-....over 2'W" .... M.3 --" W** **lf.. ,,"/..f 120'x **'W have your own private BR suite. All this
    willegar Realty, was hostess for a open March 31 at 5 are p.m. and the fair BR 2 BA, large entertaining area. I lot city water S sewer. 170.500. I *LAKEFRONT white beach, and clearwater 'only $66,000.

    successful"Mixer" Tuesday Chamber, March of Commerce 24. The will be open through April 4. Many other amenities. *10 ACRES w/DW. Excellent condition. .2/2 on almost 1 acre- beautifully *3 BR W/APPROX. 1,700 SQ. FT. .

    event was held at Ms. Terwillegar'soffice April 1 and 2 hours are noon to 11 I I *DEER RUN Immaculate living In this landscaped. Fireplace, on 1.7 acres, major highway
    .m. April 3, 10 to 11 and *JUST OFF SOUTH
    a.m. m.
    p ;; p I 301 -Mobile home. 3 frontage. 39900.
    located at 205 N. Temple Ave., 32 ft MH. Concrete pod security lights.
    April 4, noon to 11 p.m. BR. 1 BA. on 1.4 oct... *PERFECT IN-lAW HOUSING or 2
    from to 1 stocked lake. Ideal for retired. _
    5:30 7:30
    : : f.m.Approximate business Included in the events will be pig | 15500. Only families. 2 nice home on 1 large lot. CLOSE TO STARKE 3 BR home and I
    75 races, a petting zoo, 4-H horse show; *3 ACRES ON GtlFFtS LOOP with well Separate living but close enough to almost new mobile home on 1.76 acres, f
    leaders of Bradford County were carnival rides, and much, much *EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR. over 1300 sq. ft- C septic. Owner will consider financing. keep a check on each other. Hurry I
    greeted by Jack Eckdahl, Secretaryof more. Free entertainment will be I I Close to new Wlnn DI shopping.. Only l
    the Chamber, and Ms. Ter featured throughout the day and | 28000. *CONVENIENT FOR FSP UCI *DEVELOPER OR INVESTORS 10 acre *COUNTRY LIVING In this almost new I
    willegar Also assisting in the "Mix- evening.The LOVELY 21In quiet neighborhood. EMPLOYEES. 1.67O Iq. ft. horn on 5 In city on paved rd. City water and ewer 3/2 CB home on 2 ac. brick fireplace, [
    er" were Anne Terwillegar Nelson, First Clay County [ Great buy. acres. CH/A. Nice barn. available. skylight, and many extras
    Bryron Terwillegar\ III, Pauline Agricultural Fair will be held at the PRICE REDUCED no thru traffic 3/1
    *3 BR, I BA, excellent location city
    Randolph Johns.John Langford and Linda Agricultural Fairgrounds, Highway I $26500. ca. in city Now only S39.90O. We Invite Inquiries On i Our Other Properties
    Kay 16, 4 miles west of Green Cove Spr
    The delicious refreshments servedto
    the guests were catered by ings.

    Carolyn Autry, Entertainment in the .
    form of songs and piano selections
    were provided by Joey Herres. SERVl9rIlR

    Woman's Club April

    Meeting Date ChangedAll

    members of the Woman's Clubof
    Starke will\ please take special r 1
    notice of the April meeting and lun &P4I1Ii
    cheon. Because of the fair opening,
    the monthly meeting will be April 1
    in lieu of April 8. Prior to luncheonand
    meeting, the Board of Directorswill
    meetin in the club room at 10:30a
    .m. All officers are urged to make a WE TAKE PRIDE IN THE QUALITY
    special effort to attend this meeting.Mrs. Now Thru Sat.

    chairman, has announced that in
    lieu of a special program, annual
    reports will\ be given by officers and ,. =. Hollowback Bow Garden
    SERVlSl71f __ Dirt
    committee chairmen. Mrs. Sander r- ... Shovel Rake Hoe
    % Tempered., 14*.head with 6V4"x 4V4"
    son wiU be assisted by her commit. 50' I Indoor/Outdoor Made.with. 14 curved:2V," one-piece
    tee composed of Mrs. Willie\ Mae ..4 I j turned step teeth Welded blade Welded
    Denton, Mrs. Virginia Eckerd, Mrs. : : Extension Cord 47-handle. bow 4'handle.-shank.a
    Violet Crosby, Mrs. Wilma King, SLR HSB14 handle "' 36
    Mrs. Jackie Grider, Miss Lillian ( 16 gauge.3 conductor Indoor/outdoor; .- Your Choice $>$[99 e*&
    Leola extension cord. Orange vinyl coating for *
    Stump and Mrs. Christy. SPECIAL PRICE "IS
    visibility' and safety. 16/3 SJTW-A. 33354
    Gloria Roberts p;, 1 Less mfr. mail-In rebate $2.00

    Honored With r ::1 SPECIAL A99[ Cost after $*$99 each
    mfr. rebate
    Several Showers PRICE (51899m t afl* eeeooa
    a Rebate limit 1 per household (for each product
    Gloria Roberts, bride-elect of
    Perry Bryan was recently honored

    with several different showers. The ( !; SERVJiT.IIR
    wedding is planned for March 28 at : a Quiet _--_
    6:00: p.m at Life & Praise Receptacle Switch I 1'' 33-Gal. Large Trash/Lawn Bags V
    Ministries.A 15A.t25voR.SC..ter15A.I20voII.StnglepoleAC. ,
    bridal shower was held Feb. 16 :. minis,quick.wire. feature switch accepts up to No. 10 [ s....e.nwae,..... Made of 100%super strength resin-linear I I low (
    etmmatssneedtortooles conducta..GrouMa frame. f:1 rj. density polyethylene 3 extra per box Total of
    at the Fried Chicken Factory byGloria's
    i + # Ivory,brown'640-S320 1 Irorybrown.5040.1451 : 18 bags. '4015SSR s'
    mother, Carolyn Roberts. A ; --r.---
    Valentine theme of hearts & cupidswas 9 SPECIAL 39.stOO3PRICI u 49 : SPECIAL PRICE $199
    carried out with a buffet meal PRICE : eo: w.4- .I -

    following.A .
    lingerie shower was held Feb. 17
    given, by her maid of honor, Lisa ( SERVI5mR. ., SERVIITR04Pack )
    Lawson and bridesmaid, Sharon Edwards 'I i TfcBfcay ,
    Games were played and Light B' ;s ,": 2" x 60 Yd. Duct Tape .,

    after the gifts were opened, I1** Soft white, medium base bulbs give t perfect o Professional quality. Silver laminated cloth with ''Y" ;
    refreshments were served. The light diffusion. 60W 75W,or 100W 33.41.74] j extra-strong adhesive Seals hot and cold air
    Valentine theme was also carriedout. .. .... I ducts Many other uses
    f494 peck *ss oo '
    given A bridal by Ilene luncheon O'Steen was held and Feb.Karen 28 -.- .I SPECIAL PRIG BJj. '5,908.7.8 SPECIAL PRICE >9I Rrr '

    Packham. Light refreshments were
    served after the gifts were opened.
    A bridal shower was given March ,: .
    16 by the ladies of Life & Praise S s SE vtnu3-

    Ministries. / For most resideii. ..td Arttericars-madeean. All-Purpose Masking Tape
    Jalmee R. Patterson Nickel-platedbrass. .. .it 2 per customer. Ideal for painting packaging.mending other home
    I S3"! and shop uses.. Si" x 40 yds. each. NSSR-
    Enjoys 2nd Birthday $ 100i 34p0.
    1 i
    Jaimee Rhiannon Patterson, SPECIAL PRICE i I FOR *aoo 5t759- > SPECIAL PRICEAllPurpose 99 j'94.ek.: ,
    daughter of Bobby and Teresa Pat
    terson of Lawtey celebrated her second -
    birthday with two parties.The '
    first at McDonald'sFebruary T
    party was
    21. Jaimee and 12 of her 2-Drawer Tool Box ,: Roller Tray Kit
    friends enjoyed games and Large storage area under,lid. PuU-e>ut drawers lock 9
    closed. Our Best quality V roller cover with 5-wlre roller
    --=_ when lid Is I Nickel-plated handle)and
    refreshments.her grandmothers Special, Pauline guests DeVore were I ', drawbolt!, folding piano hinge. '905 frame chps.PR.906 Stable durable, heavy metal pan with ladder

    and Tina Patterson along with her $
    aunt, Linda Adkins. $2499 f 3
    The second party was February 28 o SPECIAL PRICE .519,9
    at Jaimee's home with her family.

    Duplicate Bridge ResultsThe SERVI5J11R. r SERlfIriTJIR)

    following duplicate bridge 25' Chrome Case Rule Twin-Pack Acrylic
    results are from the March 10 game.
    1. Betsy Jo Minor; 2. Dick & Jen EI nF"'Snw' Ultra-rigid Vt" tape with 2 color markings. Belt clip 4 LateXCauIkwithSilicone _____
    Tyrholm; 3. Milt & Jackie Starnes; and blade locking action. 0IF325 Our Best quality caulk for Interior or exterior use
    4. Jack & Louise Burnette. Paintable. 10.3-Oz. each. & JBt* $499 White 3>< 0 9 peck

    Women of St. Mark's SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE B .519,9

    _ _ _ _ _
    Plan Lent SupperMrs. I

    George Miller had charge of Individual dealers may limit quantities. reWrfMT ") UM to*StRVISTAIW CnM Cut
    the Worship Program at the meetingof Individual dealers may not stock all Items Uv V* paraaoiMigMni J
    the Women of St. Mark's Wednes- Some stores may restrict items to [W* -J!
    day, March 18, which was held in the cash and carry terms only. -
    Parish House.
    The Scripture reading was from
    w Acts 12:1-17 and she spoke on the Hardware Lumber Home Centers
    subject "Peter is Set Free From

    Prison"Mrs. Minou. Wainwright. Vice-- ACME HARDWARE &

    president, conducted the business
    meeting. Plans were made for the Sb R'

    the Lent group.Supper April IS to be hosted by 5ii .'" BUILDERS SUPPLY

    301 East Call Street

    We cart help .
    ,, f
    STARKE ,' "
    -- --

    Originally facial tissue
    were to be) used a. fitter
    for gas masks during WWI.




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    26, 19117 TELEGRAPH Pa Re 7 A

    B M S NEWS by Jane Stimwix-Ilny, Jennifer Kight, Becky Phillips, Richard. Wolf; photos by Dr. John Mnzzella I

    IiIiI lci6x'I 1.9 Earn Straight-A's at BMS if I

    ? 6irr Nineteen of 816 Bradford Middle Sixth Grade: Moulker, Latara Jackson, Michael ,
    School students, or 2.3 percent of the Johnson, Amy Jones, Jennifer
    student body, earned Emily Bradford, daughter of Mr.
    straightA'sfor Kight, Tiffany King, Mike McElroy,
    and Mrs. Jim Bradford of Melrose.
    the third six-weeks Liza
    grading Mosley, Sharea Myers,
    period which ended Jan. 19. Shena Burgess, daughter of Mr. Christine Nazworth, Rebecca
    and Mrs. John Burgess of Starke.
    Another 90 BMS students, or 11 Jason Canova son of Mr.and Mrs. Kim Nugent, Alpesh Patel,John Robbins, '
    percent of the student body, earnedall David Canova of Kingsley Lake. Ross, Marla Scott, James
    A's and B's for a place on the A-B Tabatha Gloria daughter of Ms. Smith, Kevin Snow, David Spell
    honor roll.StraightA. Barbara Gloria of)Starke. Diane Starling, Lori Starling, Carla
    Stephens, Monika Williams
    Holly Hatcher, daughter of Mr. Wilson, Tushina Vanzant. Chuck
    and Mrs. Buddy Revels of Starke
    Students... and Harry Hatcher of Starke. Seventh Grade
    : Beau
    Eighth Grade: Jeff Johns, son of Ms. Vicky Johnsof Sophia Fanton Kevin Hamilton Ely Andrea

    Brian Canova, son of Mr. and Mrs. Starke. Hewett, beans Holiday, ;lean
    .dy 0. ..a 'rd David Canova of Kingsley: Lake Byron Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Eddie Lewis, Amanda Loper, I
    Karen Coleman, daughter of Mrs. Robert Lee of Starke. Michael McKinney, Emily Nugent,
    Linda Williams of Starke. Jimmy Parado, son of Mr. and Leigh Ann Odom, Richard Parrish, I
    Blaine McChesney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton Chris Snow, Kelley Stewart, April J
    nw __ iurtdl' Mrs. Ken McChesney of Starke. Lake. Taylor, Chris Thompson, Jamie
    A N! Deborah Nichols, daughter of Mr. John Ripplinger, son of Mr. and Redding, Jennifer Richardson,
    and Mrs. Buddy Ruis of Starke. Mrs. Ed Ripplinger of Starke. Tabatha Rowe, Aretha Whitfield,
    e N Danika Richardson, daughter of Janna Thornton, daughter of Mr. Brenda Williams, Richard Wolf '
    r af Mr and Mrs. Sam Richardson of and Mrs. Donald Thornton of
    f y Starke Kingsley Lake. Sixth Grade: Rebecca Ad- II
    Danielle Smith daughter of Mr. dison, Angela Baldree, Alisha Edwards 1
    and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. A-B Honor Roll... Jonathan Ferguson, Adam '

    ...""W" "", y' -, -- -<'\.: -&IrI.'IIIIIIF." td !! ':..", _.'_,biJJt.o.). t "'"""'"'
    Grade: Christy Bath, MichaelBecker ( Johnson, Marie McKinney, Stephen
    They Try Harder...? Janice Davie, daughter of Mr. and Dawnya Burns Wyntriette McLeod, Lori Mosley. Stephen Mur-

    Students earning straight-A's at Bradford Middle eman. Danika Richardson. Jason Canova. Mrs. Richard Davie of Starke. Chandler, Wyatt Collins, Robert phy, Shawna Mansfield, Wesley Nor-
    School for the third six-weeks are (I-r): Standing: Jimmy Parado Janice Davies, Brian Rebecca Phillips, daughter of Mr. Cowie, Diane Cox, John Crawford, man, Heather Safer Larry Shannon,
    Seated, front: John Ripplinger, Byron Lee Becky Canova Holly Hatcher, Tabatha Gloiia Janna Thorn. and Mrs. Michael Phillips of Starke. Mayra Cruz, Kim Cumming, April Vera Smith, Caryn Taylor, Sonya
    Phillips. ton. Jeff Johns Shena Burgess Jane Stanwix-llay, Jane Stanwix-Hay, daughter of Dicandio, Misty Fill, Mindy Gnann, Thompson, Melanie Trimble, Calvin
    Mr and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of Brad Hamilton .Shannon Walker, Juarntaria Williams
    On knees second row: Angel Nichols, Karen ColDanielle Smith, Blaine MtChesney Hicks Jay Julie
    Hampton Oaks. !Hodge, Heather Hulette, Wendy Williams, Matthew Williams.
    Not shown: Emily! Bradford.:.-_


    Facilitators Have

    Special FriendsPeer

    Facilitators are paired witha "special friends" who appear to
    "special friend" and for 12 weeks have a developmental lag. They are
    they will be working wilth these children who are not ready to progress
    children to help them develop increased academically or to relate
    awareness of self, improve socially as would be children of their .
    interpersonal relationships, providerole own age. The facilitators have f
    models for building social skills, gained so much from working with
    and increase language development. these children and it is a very rewar-
    ding experience to everyone involv-
    Children come to schoof from ed. The program has been a geat I
    various backgrounds, having varied success and will end in April. More
    experiences. "Play Times" are information will be explained as the
    designs for children, called program ends in April.




    ,...,,._ .....-;_ "' '-'- ,-'- "J""'" ....-..-...... -.. .......".. .. -yr -"...
    The' Bradford Middle School Band...

    Members of the Concert Band. Solo and Ensemble Band at Bradford Barber, Pam Bancom, Donna Padgett Dede Cox Kelly Ann Duncan
    .r Middle School are (I-r): Danielle Smith.
    k i ri First row: Hollie Varesko. Michael McKinney, Scott Durban Danika Third row: Jason Morin Kevin Boone, Brian Canova Brad Hamilton,
    4 t Richardson. James Smith. Pamela Patterson. Band Director Jim Peronto Andy Goodowns, Mike McElroy, Richard
    Second row: Christina Bath Mist I Fill, Mary Coleman. Carmen Wolf, and Mike Stoneman.

    ; t
    Helping #
    1't :
    / W lit $ Their r +
    I g 'r i li
    I & a fc {Y 4"0' \\ 1111"1Special "' School

    I Friends t 'tu1 Mikey Deyot left,,
    earned $70 collecting,
    Special Friends from Starke Elementary are sharing time with BMS a aluminum cans thai t
    peer facilitaors. Pictured In the group is Christa Modesitt with special were used toward the '
    friend, Wendy Calvin; and and Kristen Sapp with her special friend. purchase of a computer
    Heidi Jones. Also pictured is Michael McKinney and Cedric Carter, >' for B.M.S .J;
    Ginger Adams and Jason Faulkner, Kevin Snow and Robert Sylvester t Mikey Is shown herewith
    Deannn Holiday and Slichter Luther. his teacher, vIIr
    Mrs. Anna Clayton. f

    Steven Murphy,
    q right won Winn Dlx.Ie's
    Campbell soup ..
    label contest which -
    provided two
    overhead projectorsfor IJ
    r ;.A'
    Bradford Middle 1's' 1
    School. :,.. i: .

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    Four Friends
    Pictured are Jill Williams with her special.Teresa Pike, and Kim Cum- r
    ming with her special friend Rebecca Sellers.

    Adele Mitchell 'OJ

    BMS Health Teacher li

    Mrs. MitchellTo i


    p RetireMrs.Adele the Month
    r .'s N
    Mitchell, the health BMS students of the ,
    teacher at BMS. will retire this June month for March are, I;
    afters 30 years in the classroom. above (l-r) Deon Cason I
    Prior to coming to BMS. Mrs MItchell 8th grade: Richard
    taught history and physical Wolf. 7th. and Leteshia ':
    education at Bradford High School, Hankerson,6th.
    where her teacher buddies nicknamed For February, at left
    her "Sls-tuh." In honor of her Jay edge 8th grade:
    ? Georgia accent and sense of humor. Detressa Robinson 7th,
    [ \\rct Mrs. Mitchell began teaching junior and Wesley Norman.
    high back in the 1960s In former A 6th.
    and B Building days at BUS.Mrs. i
    Mitchell was recently voted
    1 1I" BMS teacher of the year by the
    Bradford Middle School faculty, Received
    received the Jones Langford White
    Award was BMS teacher of the yearin

    " "I 1981.love It too much" to do without Principal's
    r"- -- ,' working with kids middle school age

    'I. Most Outstanding Students-3rd Six Weeks.., and up Mrs. Mitchell says. She Awards
    : plans to search out volunteer work II 1 !!_ I S

    Most Outstanding Students for the 3rd six weeks are: 7th gradeSophia with youngsters and In interested In .
    I Fantail 8th grade- Monika Williams 6th grade John Ripplinger.These drug re-lia-bil-1-ta-tion work about I ,
    students were nominated and selected by the faculty. which she's read and researched Tiffany Burch Lanorris Jackson Emma Knowles Aretha Whitfield
    everything she can lay her bands on, .

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    HA TKI.KdltAPIISpecial March 28. Um7

    1', ,*, ,
    Arrivals1"'J'<*', ,, 'r SE News *.' )'t'il" l lcal;;.

    Principal's MessageThe Environmental Health Director for hearing them in previous grades.Mrs. .

    Kyle Burton Sheppard Katherine Elizabeth Erin La'Shay BradleyKevin fourth six weeks awards Bradford We enjoyed County.several art projects Patterson ClassWe

    Olie and Sandie Sheppard of CaddenJohn & Brenda Bradley of Starke ceremonies will be held in the following during testing this week, We made are using newspapers! in our

    Hampton proudly announce thebirth and Luana Cadden are proudto proudly announce the birth of their manner: chalk drawings tempera and water classroom! every Thursday. Wo are

    of their baby boy, Kyle Burton.He announce the birth of their daughter,Erin La'Shay born March Kindergarten Thurs., March 26- color paintings and drawings of using the marKet section to compare
    was born March 1, 1987 at daughter, Katherine Elizabeth, born 17, 1987 in Gainesville, Fla. She 8:15-9:00: a.m. nature. Thanks to Tonya Martin for prices and do some "pretend"
    Alachua General Hospital in March 4, 1987 at Millington Naval weighed 6 lbs. 5 ozs., measured 19" 1st Grade Thurs., March 26 letting us share the story "Best grocery shopping. We are, rending

    Gainesville weighing 7 Ibs., 14 ozs., Hospital In Millington, TN. long at birth. Erin joins a 2 yr old 9:00-9-45: : am. Friends," articles and answering who, what,
    and measuring 20 inches. He joins Katherine joins a sister, Janet brother, Brandon Miles. 2nd Grade Thurs., March 26 We enjoyed the 14 chapters this when, where...!and how !questions

    his brother, Clint, who celebratedhis Mane Maternal grandparents are 9:45.10: ::RJ a.m. week after testing. As a continuationof
    7th birthday on Feb. 28. Maternal grandparents are Cookie Luther & Bernice Jackson of Starke. 3rd Grade Fri., March 27 our poetry unit the students enjoyed Spelling Super Stars
    Olie Mundorff of Starke and Wayne Mun- Paternal grandparents are 9:45-10-30: : a.m. listening to 80 rhymes
    Paternal grandparents are nursery Robbie Bassett
    Anthony Bright
    Sr. and Bobbie Sheppard of Hamp dorff of Keystone Heights. Maternal Noonan & Eva Bradley of Starke. 4th Grade Fri, March 27 taken from "The Family Treasuryof Jeff Chitty, Chris Cummings Erroll
    great-grandmother is Lucille Mun- 9:00-9:45: : a.m. Children's Stories". The students
    ton. dortf of Starke. 5th Grade Fri., March 27 Hampton, Donald Hardy, Jessica, .
    Maternal grandparents are guessed the endings to these rhymesand Bennett Erin Brewer
    Paternal grandparents are John 15-9:00: : a.m.
    Emory Stanley of Winnsboro, TX W. Cadden and Mrs. Barbara Christopher Scott Prevatt 4th Grade News many were remembered from Gaskins, Julie Walker
    of Cutsetta
    and Clarice
    Sessions and Brenda Prevatt of Lake
    Wilson Paternal great- Chad ------- -
    AL. Parents, if you have not thrown ---------- ,
    grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. B.C. Butler proudly announce the birth of

    Edna Maternal Gomez grE'atgrandmoth'r of Jacksonville FL. is Cadden Sr., and Mr. & Mrs. E. J. their son, Christopher Scott, born away Mrs. McClelland's your old telephone class needs directory them, Custom Home Builders

    Lowery all of Amory, MS March t:7.: 1987 in Shands Hospital! inGainesville. for a class project. Please have your
    He weighed 6 Ibs., 5 school for in
    child bring them to use
    ozs., and joins a brother, Jonathan lessons We appreciate your con
    Building or RemodelingBaths
    cl3.1B J Alex 14 months. cern.
    I Maternal grandparents are
    Freeman & Rosa Starling of Starke. 5th Grade News Kitchens Add-A-Room

    A few drops of lemon juice in the cooking water will Paternal grandparents are W.A. & Mrs. Jetstone's class enjoyed a

    whiten your rice. Helen .Pravnit. .. rtf .M.".mntnnINVITATION .....w... walking trip to the City Park last or Come See Our New Log-Sided Home
    Friday morning for a snack. After-
    . Le'gal'N wards, we visited the Environmental

    I health follow-up to Mr.
    Dept as a
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH TO BID Ken Pabst's visit to our class last Call 9647230Chastain's

    NOTICE OF PROPOSED JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR The City of Stark. Community week lie spoke to our class as partof

    ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE BY BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA 87-106 Development Block Grant Office will our Cared: Unit Mr Pabst is the
    CASE NO.t
    CITY COMMISSION receive bids an Monday, April 6, 1987.
    IN RE The Marriage of
    STARKE. FLORIDA until 10:00 a.m. at City af Starka Grant
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed Office, 108 East Call Street, Slarke. FL
    Ordinance, what till. Husband 32091. for the purchase of two housing I
    h.r.lnoft.r appears, will b. consideredfor and units located as follows, I''
    final enactment on the 7th day of Wife. 1. 202 N. Thompson Street Unit 41 I I'I
    A.D.. 1987. at the City Commission .
    April. Street Unit 12
    NOTICE OF ACTION: 2. 224 N. Thompson

    In the Meeting City Hall commencing 209 North at Thompson 7:30 p.m., CONSTRUCTIVE NO PROPERTY SERVICE The purchaser will be responsible' forth S p ;:

    Street, Stark., Florida. A copy of said CRAIG relocation of the dwelling unit and *
    Ordinance may be Inspected by any TO RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU the clearing of all debris from the lot

    m.mb.r of the public at the Office of the ARE NOTIFIED that an action for attar the removal of tho unit. Rj j6
    City Clerk In the City Hall, Stark., dissolution of marriage has been fliedogaln.t The City of Stark.reserves the right to
    Florida. On the date first abovementioned and are required toserve reject| any or all bids. For additional Information
    all Interested parties may you of you written defenses If contact Linda Day or Jim
    appear and b. heard with respect to thl.propo.ed to a it copy on Eugene your F. Shaw, Husband's Dasher at (904)( ) 964.1902. Bid forms can _
    Office, 108
    Ordinance.AN be obtained from the Grant .
    92S-E NorthTemple
    whose address Is
    ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF attorney Starke. Florida 32091 East Call Street, Stark, FL 32091. from
    STARKE SUPPLEMENTING AND AMENDING .on or before April 27, 19(7 and file the 3/2 2tchg 4/2 '
    ORDINANCE NO. 325A; original with the clerk of this court Jewelry & Gifts I'
    either before service on Husband's attorney -
    or Immediately thereafter;otherwise IN THE CIRCUIT S I
    OF STARKE UTILITY REVENUE REFUNDING a default will be entered againstyou EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN \ Jewelry Savings eel Groll i iSt'
    BONDS, SERIES 1987; SPECIFYINGTHE for the relief demanded In the peti AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. ft'\t'\:;\ D
    TERMS OF SUCH BONDS: lion. FLORIDA. on 14kt Chains JBeppti !':!;
    DATED on this 19th day of March Charms Earrings
    MINATING SALE OF BONDS AS IN BEST GILBERT S. BROWNAs banking corporation ecOn Stone Rings, j'etal2u.5.
    INTEREST OF CITY; DESIGNATING' Clerk of the Court Plaintiff 5c eZ00
    REGISTRAR AND PAYING AGENT; By Marlon McRae v. Diamonds

    PLACEMENT BOND INSURANCE MEMORANDUM.BY : AND APPROVING. 3/26 4tchg 416IN Defendant.NOTICE OF SALE Lay-A-Way Now for Mother's Day [

    ,TERENCE M.BROWN Notice Is given that pursuant to a final Monday-Friday 9-5:30: 104W. Call
    TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA judgment doted March 12 19B7 In Case 964.7271 Starke
    4(6 North Temple Avenue EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND No. ..-.75.CA of the Circuit Court of the Saturday 92TERWILLEGAR
    Stark., Florida 32091 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Eighth Judicial Circuit 'In and for Brad
    904/964-8272 CASE NUMBER:(6-33-CP 1-3726 ford County Florida. In which KEYSTONE.
    3/26 2tchg 4/2 IN RE THE ESTATE OF STATE BANK a Florida banking corpora
    SCOTT FLINT IOGSDON tion Is the Plaintiff and MICHAEL A.
    PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Deceased. DAVIS Is the Defendant I will sell to the
    The Suwannee River Water Management NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO highest and best bidder for cash In the
    District has scheduled a publichearing ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR lobby at the front door of the Bradford
    to consider an exchange of land DEMANDS AGAINST,' THE ABOVE County Courthouse In Stark. Bradford
    with the County of Bradford-Tm> three ESTATE 'f County, Florida,between 11:00 a.m. and I
    tracts Involved are described as follows Within three month from fhe time of 2:00 p.m. an April 3. the following
    Tract I That portion of the Northeast the first publication of this notice, you described property set forth In. the orderof
    1/4 of Section 11 lying East of county are required to file with the Clerk of the final (judgment MOTORS
    graded rood and East of State Highway Circuit Court of Bradford County Probate Tract 1-A, GENEVA WOODSA (
    for Division the address of which Is tract of land situated In the Northeast
    and right-of-way
    100, less except
    railroads and public roads. Said Tract I Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 25,
    contains 27 acres, more or less, In Florida, a written and verified statementof Township South Range 22 East Brad
    Township B South Range 22 East Brad any claim or demand you may haveagaln.t ford County Florida more particularlydescribed
    the estate of SCOTT FLINT follows
    ford County; Tract II Government Lot 2 as :
    Northwest 1/4 of Section 5.Town.hlp LOGSDON deceased. Commence at a concrete monument at
    of the
    South, 22 East.Together Each claim must be In writing and the Southwest corner of said Northwest J
    B Range '
    indicate the basis for the claim the
    with the East 1/2 of the Northeast must 1/4 and run South (9 degrees 26 minutes
    1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of Section 6 name and address of the creditor or his 12 seconds East along the South line of .
    agent or attorney and the amountclaimed 14 distance of 1356.03
    said and Rang., all In Brad said Northwest a
    of Township
    Florida. 114.39 If the claim is not yet due the feat to a concrete monument on the
    ford County date when it will become due shall be
    line of
    Northeast Easterly right of way a county
    less Tract III The -
    or ;
    acres more
    stated. If the claim is contingent or unli graded road; thence run North 00
    1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of Section 5.Town.hlp ,
    South, 22 East Brad quidated the nature of the uncertaintyshall degrees 03 minutes 24 seconds East Previously Owned
    ( Range
    ford County Florida. Also known as thoEa.t be stated. If the claim Is secured, along said Easterly right of way line
    the security shall be described. The clai- 11(3.81 feet to a concrete monument;
    of lot 2 of the Northeast
    1/2 Government
    mant shall deliver a copy of the claim to thence run North 00 degrees 31 minutes
    1/4 of said lection. Containing the clerk who shall furnish the copy to 23 seconds East along said Easterly
    I.... The hearing is
    45.31 acres more or
    tho personal representative.ALL of line 344.87 feet to a
    scheduled for 1:15 p.m.. April 16, 1987, CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO right way concrete Specials
    monument at th* point of beginning
    49 and 90
    at District Headquarters, Hwy
    FILED Will BE FOREVER IARRED.Dot.d for the parcel hereby described:
    East Live Oak, Fl. For more Information the 9th day of March 1987. thence continue along the same course a
    call Ms. Mobley at 9043621001. Cars That Can Be Financed
    3/26 Itchg JOHN J. NEIILV. JR., Esquire distance of 100.00 feet to a concrete
    IC31 N.W. 6th Street, A-1 monument;thence run South 69 degrees
    Gainesville Florida 32601 26 minutes 12 seconds East, 1143.86 feet
    NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO (90.( ) 372.3711 to a concrete monument; thence run
    REGISTER South 00 degrees 31 minutes 23 seconds 1986 Nissan 'Maxim?" 1984 Z28 Convertible
    FICTITIOUS NAME LOUISE LOGSDON KINNEY West 100.00 feet to a concrete monu 1 995 '
    Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida As Natural Mother of Scott mont; thence run North 89 degrees 26 4 Dr Auto: Sunroof Loaded O, Auto A/C. Loaded. 9,995

    Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Flint Logsdon deceased. minutes 12 seconds West 1143.86 feet to
    undersigned Libby t Dewitt Griffis, Rt. 3/26 Ztchg 4/2 tho point of beginning. 1986 Fiero "SE"

    1. Box 309 Raiford. FL 32083 |joint ------- TOGETHER WITH that certain 1985 8995 1984 Mercury
    owners, doing business under the firm Fleetwood Chadwick Deublawlde Sunroof, Cass, 6 Cyl Marquis
    name of L & D Nursery ft Tree Service, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Mobile Ham bearing Florida Title LS Loaded 9,895

    Rt. 1, Box 309 Raiford, FL 32093. Intendsto REGISTERFICTITIOUS Numbers 41524337 and 41524339; and
    register said fictitious name under the NAME Florida Identification Numbers 1986 Mustang '
    aforesaid statute. Pursuant to Section 165.09 of Florida GAFL2AF07059465 and 3 Dr Hatchback A/C Sharp 7495
    1984 Mercedes
    Dated this 4th day of March A.D., Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the GAFL2BF0705946S. 19OE

    1987 In Bradford County. undersigned Harold W. Epps, P.O. Bail DATED this 12 day of March. 1987. 5 Speed 2.3 Gas Sunroof 16,495Leather.
    3/12 .'pd2 8S2, Stroke, FL, 32091-0852. sole owner Honorable Gilbert S. Brown 85 Porsche 911 Targa
    doing business under tho firm name of A.Clerk of the Court 32,995
    -' BBS .
    ----- R Spoiler,
    Trl-County Produce, P.O. Box (52, BY Beulah MoodyAs 19835331) BMW

    NOTICE OP INTENTIONTO Stark., Fl 32091-0(52 Intends to Deputy Clerk 6 14,995
    Cyl Auto A/C 4 Dr
    REGISTER register said fictitious name under theaforesaid 3/19 2tchg 3/26 1985 Mazda 626
    FICTITIOUS NAME statute. '8495
    Pursuant to Section 165.09. Florida Dated this 19th day af March. A. D., 4 Dr, like Newl

    Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 1987 In Bradford County. 1983 Cadillac
    undersigned Alejandro 1. Salazar and 3/2 4tpd 4/16 1985 Lincoln Town Car '
    Sylvia M. Salazar, 207 N. Temple Ave., 15,995 2 Dr, 4100 V-8, loaded. Sharp 9,995
    Starke, Fla. 32091 |taint owners, doing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 4 Dr loaded
    business under the firm name of D ft S TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
    Motors, Inc., 207 N. Temple Ave, REFERENCE, PUBLIC SALE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA Victoria 1983 Cadillac 4 Dr.
    Starke, Fla. 32091 Intends to register OF PATROL VEHICLES CASE NO. (3-477-CA 1985 Crown '8495 Fleetwood Brougham Leather 1,995

    sold fictitious name under. the aforesaid The Bradford County Sheriffs Office JAMIE R. WELSH. 4 Dr, Auto A/C
    statute. will sell the following described property Plaintiff, ,
    Dated this 16 day of March A.D. 1987 to the highest bidder on April 6, 1917 ....-
    In Bradford County. (Monday) at 3:00 p.m.i place of salsa EAGLES NEST FARMS INC.. JOHNW. 1984 Volvo "GL" 1983 Porsche 944

    3n94tpd 4/9 Bradford County Jail Vehicles may be HARRELl and H.E. CUILISON. 4 Dr Auto A'C Alloys 10,995 5 Speed A/C Sunroof 13,995,
    inspected prior to sale. JR., as Trustees of EAGLE'SNEST
    19(4 Ford Crown Victoria 4-dr.sedan, FARMS INC.. and H.E.


    Dolph I. Reddish Sheriff NOTICE Is given that pursuant to a _
    IN REi The Adoption of Bradford County,Florida final (Moment dated March 12, 19(7 'In
    ELISA BETH FOX Casa Number (5-477-CA of the Circuit 1986F1SO 1985 Bronco II 83 Bronco

    a minor. NOTICE OF AUCTION Court of the Eighth' Judicial Circuit In and SWB XLT 4x4 6 Cyl 4x4 302 V-8

    NOTICE Of ACTION NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday far Bradford County Florida In which 302 Aulo, O/D, Black 11 ,V95 5 Speed A/C 9495 AUK. A-C '9995
    TOt BERNARDO JESUS GARCIA DE April 6, 1987 at 10,00 o'clock A.M.. JAMIE R. WELSH Is the Plaintiff and
    VILLASANO the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, EAGLE'S NEST FARMS INC.. a Florida 1986 F150S.W.B. 85 Ranger PU

    RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Corporation, at ol., are the Defendants S.W.B. 1977 Chev
    ARE NOTIFIED that an action for 2600 lloyd Rd., Jacksonville ....,'32209 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash A/C Cats, 5.0OO miles 9995 MogR.WL.lir.s .5295 Blazer 4x4 1995
    the adoption of a minor child has been one lot of furniture consigned' to In the lobby at the Courthouse door of

    filed and you or. required to serve a Southeastern Ham Patient Panama City the Bradford County Courthouse In 1985F130 1984F250

    copy of your written d..n.... If any on f la.; on. lot of filter elements consigned Stark.Bradford County.Florida at 11:00 SWB."XLT" 4x4 6.9L Diesel

    Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., petitioner's attorney to Eller Co.. Jacksonville Fla., ..m. on April 10 1987. the following- AuoTran., harp, 6 10.295 4 speed, A/C 7995 1976 Ford F150
    forth In tha order '
    whose address Is P.O. Drawer one lot of mattresses consigned to Ms. described property set Supercab 1695
    938, Stark. Florida 32091 on or before Ida Grant, Pensacala Fla.. one lot of of final /Judgment 1985 IsuzuTrooper4x4 1984 Chev. Blazer

    April 7. 1987 and file the original with bag mattress consigned' -4o Warranty Tract A B B. Crystal lake Homesltes 4x4 V-8

    the clerk of this court either before service Atlanta Plant Pensocola, Fla.,to satisfy' according to Plat recorded In Plat Book ... 7995 Auto A/C. Clean '8995
    attorney or Immediately under the Records of Bradford -
    on petitioner freight and storage charges) 3. page 6 of the Public
    thereafter; otherwise a provisions of Section 4b) of IMHorm. County. Florida.
    default will bo entered against you for Standard of lading. DATED.. the 16.day of March 19(7. TERWILLEGAR MOTORSHwy
    the relief demanded In the petition. 16-777341 ....1/2/.. GILBERT S. BROWN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal pi this. Pro.02-7657S8 dt... 1/14/87 Cleric Circuit Court
    court on this 3 day of March 1987. 12.776170..1/.1.. By Beulah Moody
    473-3673 206 W. Madison Starke 964
    GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK 16-848907 dtd.9/2S/86 Deputy Clerk 21 Keystone Hgts, 7200

    BVi Martha S.Johns Gator Frelghtways.' Inc..Carder 3/19 2tchg 3/26
    Deputy CI.rk35.'chg326 3/26 2tchg 4/2 Jax 388-FORD G'ville 3771096rr.

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    I Bradford Track Teams Get One of Best PerfOrnIanc. e lit Rusin.... Inv tat nn 1 I
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    Good Performances... Sophomore Christie Harrell ran 440-Yard Retry, BHf Kim Hampton Angl.Coh.n. He won the 440-dash in 50.02 He's Coach Loper.
    Bradford girl tracksters turned In her best mile of the year, going MO-Yard., Tern Kettles, and Pencil Davli 11.31. already gone 49. Upcoming... Roberts says, from Lawtey, has run
    some of their best performances to 55412.: She ran her best half mile, 120 Dash,Rum Angle Athaun Cobs,J.nh/,13113 je.aj/ Jle M.11 Davll Roberts won the 220 dash in 22.92. Yesterday (Wednesday. March 10.7 twice. There are 2 or 3 boys in
    date in the 23rd annual Raines Invitation 2:34.33.: And, Christie ran her best ran her bait time tnii peer, 10.". Those three first places gave BHS 25) was to participate in the Santa the state who've done 10.5,and 3 or 4
    meet March 21 in Jackson- 440-yard split on the mile relay, going Mill Hatayt CHS. Harrall., Cohani Kltllal, 21 points, and tied the team for fifth Fe High Invitational. who've run 10.7, Coach Loper says.
    and Adami) 4,31.50.Roberts This
    ville. 68.0. place with Gainesville High. Friday and Saturday March The BHS girls will participate in:
    Sixty schools participated from all hot put,John Lope M'. 27-28, BHS will participate in the 440 Relay: Kim Hampton, Angie
    over the state of Florida and Freshman Ramona Tennant ran a Flies... Discus John Lope 41. Florida Relays at the University of Cohens, Terri Kittles and Tella
    Canada, both bovs and girls. 5:55.13: mile, her best this year. Ten- Tornado dash man Cory Robertswon Triple' (lump. 1 cott Duncan U'l". Florida in Gainesville. Buie. ,
    110-Yard High Hurdle Kavln Pinch 21."
    nant came back and ran her fastest the 100, 220, and 440 and scoredall Mill Mum Cam Ward lilt. KeI.h Thompson
    Although the BHS girls earned no two miles of the year in 12:37.06: to 21 points for the Bradford boys in eiJO. Cory Roberts is only BUS boy run- Mile Relay: Kim Hampton, Angie.
    points, the tough competition place eighth over-all, the highest the annual Knights of Columbus 440-Daiht Rodger Padgett$....,Wayne Henry ner to qualify for the Florida Cohens, Terri Kitties, and Felicia
    brought out the best in them, says finish of BUS meet at Ocala-Lake Weir 41.7
    performer. he
    Coach George any 130 Intermediate' Hurdles Kevin' Pinch 57.M. Relays; will run in the 100, 220. Davis.
    Loper Shot Putt Unm. King 1'2". Kim Ada mi High School. MO Runt Hubert Thorpe Is 14, Scott Duncan and 440 meter dashes. Roberts will Distance medley: onehalf,
    The BHS highlights were junior threw am w. Roberts was voted the most 1:10. back
    go Saturday to compete in the quarter, three-quarters, and one
    Kim Adams in the 440-yard dash in Discus Until King 91',Joyce learcy 41'. outstanding athlete in Two mill rum Cam Ward 1IH5,Keith Thomplon -
    the meet. high school In mile Christie Harrell Kim Adams
    62.86, the best time she's Long Jump Kim Adam ll'l". 11.0.Mlla championships the 100 : ,
    run all 100 Meter Dash Kim Hampton I..n. FellcliOflvtt Roberts won the 100-meter dash in Relay (HI Henry, Padgett, Duncan, meters. There are 10-12 boys in the Ramona Tennant, Lori Sapp.
    year. 14.17. 11.13. Roberts has twice run 10.7. Thorpe)..01. state under 11 seconds in the 100 Unissa King will throw the discus.

    I Tornado Softball Team Loses Five Straight: Face Toughest Part of Schedule. I

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    BITS girl softballers have lost five It's the only game the two will play score at 99. With two out BHS In the of "
    in a row, their record has dipped to this got top the sixth BHS had run- 7 BUS 2 ground said Coach Slater. BHS
    year. Fernandina has a good, its first three runs on a three run ners on first and second, and nobodyout. also made six errors.
    4-5, and a tough week is coming up. strong and has BUS lost 7-2 to Keystone Heights In
    program usually a homer by Shaun Butler with Cindy But the next two batters hit fly
    BHS lost two games in the past good team. a home game March 19 at Westside
    Taylor and Kendra Butler, who had balls, and the couldn't adVance
    week, 11-9 to Interlachen and and 7-2 Friday, March 27, BITS goes to singled, on base. Two more BHS runners Park in Starke. K1IS had 19 hits, of which only one
    to Keystone. Ocala Vanguard for a 7 p.m. game. BHS ended up with 11 hits but left was an extra base hit. Of KH's 21
    "We haven't played anybody yet BHS won the first game 13-3. runs scored on four hits by Jackson, In the seventh BHS flew out 123. 11 runners on base. The thing that outs, only nine were fly balls.
    we should not have beaten," says Saturday, March 28, BHS travels Ann Starling Carrie Musson, and Coach Slater would like his ladies to killed BHS was that 16 of the 21 outs Pam Zurfluh led BHS at the plate,
    Coach John Slater. Bishop Kenny is to North Marion for a 1 p.m. game. Shaun Butler. hit the Softball on the ground. the BUS girls made were fly balls. going 3-for-3. Cindy Taylor was
    the best team BHS has faced and the BHS and NM are the top choices for "We just would not hit the ball on the 3-for-4.
    Bradford girls had the Crusaders the district tournament.
    beaten and let them get away,Slater Monday, March 30, BUS hosts
    points out. North Marion for a 5 p.m. game. RHS Golfers Contain Hot .Strtonk._ H VP> 7.1.1 T?.*_>r rn-rl !So .Fm. II
    "If we can take care of the mental Tuesday, March 31, BHS goes to -- -7 -- - -&
    errors, be smart on the bases, be Live Oak for a 4:30:
    smart at the plate, we can survivethe p.m. game. BUS beat St.Augustine 155-170 and Gillenwaters 46.Wood's Ed Douglas, 39 by Hal Wood, and 41 Upcoming...

    physical errors," said Coach Interlachen 11 BUS 9 Clay record High to 711.167-218 to run the golf very windy 36 was conditions a good,round says Coach under by Link Bishop. Today, March 26, BHS goes to

    Slater.BHS is experienced in some The BHS girls went down 11-9 last In Tuesday's match against Clay Mike Sexton. The teams played the The win over SA is revenge for the Palatka, 3:30: p.m.
    places, has more talent than last Thursday, March 19, to Interlachen High, the BUS golfers had their first blue tees of the Starke golf course, lone BUS defeat in a three-way
    year, perhaps, although this team High in a road game. even par round. Hal Wood shot a 36 which make the course much longer. match at The Ravines with Mid- Next Thursday, April 2, BUS goesto
    not have as much Unfor- Interlachen scored seven runs in to take those honors. David Elder Against St.Augustine, BUS got a 37 dleburg. BHS lost to SA by one shot Live Oak. BUS beat LO early in

    may tunately, opponents have power.been hit- the BHS first tied inning the game and led 9.9 all in the the fifth way., shot 40, Ed Douglas 45, -and_Todd.-- from freshman David Elder, 38 by and tied Middleburg. the year 163-186.

    ting the ball right at the inexperienced but HIS added two in the sixth to win 1
    players, the coach says. the high scoring game. BHS Baseball Team 7-6
    Host .
    Slater has felt good about practicethis BHS got three runs in the first inn- at Keystone Heights Today
    week "I think their attitude is
    ing on three hits "
    including a RBI -
    turning around. They're starting to double by Kelly Jackson.A Struggling to stay above .500, the ting errors, the BHS nine was bombed pkins. "We've gotta win the first two the state, Coach Simpkins says.
    think positively about themselves," fourth BHS run was added in the now 7-6 BUS baseballers face a 12-2 March 19 by Gainesville High and hope the ball bounces our way
    Coach Slater says.Upcoming. second when Hollingsworth and tough schedule this coming week and lost 5-2 March 20 to North against Ocala Forest. In their first Today (Thursday, March 26) BHS
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    courts one and two but the girls 8-4 on court one but that reliable
    came back strong with wins in the twosome Sherry Ross and Jackie
    final three singles matches and a Nguyen once again spelled the difference -
    split in the doubles competition.. for BHS with an 8-1 victoryover
    Winning singles matches for BHS Owens and Kirsch.
    included Sherry Ross' close 8-8 win
    r over Wendy Dees on court three The closest match of the day came
    Jackie Nguyen's 8-4 win over KIm1Odum ( when KHHS's Lisa Bruning beat
    on court four and Carrie BHS's Holly Shields 9-7.
    A Y YJ Shaw's 8-4 win over Joy Arnett on
    rr a court five. The BHS ladies had their easiest
    match last Thursday when they
    Johns and Leibfried beat Thomas defeated Middleburtz 6-1.
    : i and Sapp 8-2 on court one in doubles
    I but Roes and Nguyen clinched the Singles winners for BHS included
    team victory for BHS with an 8-9 win Maria Thomas with! an 8-5 win over
    : over Dees and Odum on court two. Karen Silas on court one, Kim Sapp
    with an 8-3 win over Leizel Bala on
    "Sweet revenge" commented court two, Sherry Ross with an 8-3
    Coach McGnff." > Our girls played win over Wendy McLain on court
    very well. three and Jackie Nguyen with an 8-5
    victory over Kelly Whitley on court
    :vr BHS beat Keystone Heights by the four. "

    M w s'J't4R + same close 4-3 score Monday In
    Starke. Holly Shields stretched her oppoe-
    nent to the limit but fell 8-9 ((10-12)).
    Getting singles wins for the girls
    : were Maria Thomas, with an exciting In doubles Thomas and Sapp beat
    8-6 win over Kerry Cooper on Silas and McClain 8-2 on court one
    court one.Sherry Ross with another and Ross and Nguyen defeated Bala
    'a" r tight 8-5 win over Julie Kirsch on and Veasey 8-5 on court two.
    tii court three and Jackie Nguyen's 8-1
    Y Mi d N win over Barbara Grabowski on
    court four. Upcoming...
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    Once again the Indians got back home matches Thursday March 26,
    N r M. 'iu 4"! y. into the match when Cooper and against Eastslde, which is set for a
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    Maria and the rest of the BUS girl's squad are 7-2 on the seas.s i ... ....... rbe rest.l the, BUS squad ha.e brrw sw a r.u lately with a *
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    Mark Friedlin Jody Brown lost a tough.5-8 deer BHS Coach J cGnff.TIle -&L.dJndy Browns 8-5 over Mike I Plus Sales Tax Whltewall I
    BCT Staff Writer sion to David Johns as two sets of boy's have a conference Brat on court two and Pat Diggs 8-3
    Both Bradford County High School brothers went at it. but Pat DIggs record of S-U dmswa! over Pat CUmmings on SERVICE SPECIALS-
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    the number three court with an 8-5 Keystone Height squad. BB an era The doubles gave BHS the win as
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    win over Mike Murray. Rick closer match Mcndajr at BHS. toe Browns crushed Cornelias and
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    dleburg. Live Oak and Keystone win over victory over Joe Saewz. Dajley B-5 on court two.
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    Chris Etherton beat Paul Bawek 8-2 ZWKX on court taw and PaulBa.ek.s. Coach< McGrrfl.Great play m the
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    Boys Win three... very close matches including at 3-aII m die first dooMes match with three straight team wins over
    Wayne Cason's 7-6 (7-5) win over when Goum and Saenz beat the Live Oak. Keystone Heights and '
    The BHS boys team won three of Mike Smith's. Lonnie Fads 7-6 Brown brothers' 8-t. tat the match MiddHeburg to Iteir credit in the past 3 Year Battery .
    five singles matches and swept the (12-10) win over Mark Shuford and was woo for BHS bjr Cons XoegJe two weeks Tires I
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    Reading of Minutes
    Candidates for Trustee placed m Plc... Don
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    Bradford"Countv Arrests'

    Bradford county's law enforcement : the sheriff's office: Robert Leroy Ake, 20, arrested controlled substance. Remains in arrested for trespassing on property US-301, involving 3 automobiles
    officers were kept busy with James Grover Sparkman, Jr., for driving with license suspendedand custody. with bond set at $105. Phillip and Mary Hayes of Lawtey
    the arrest of IS Bradford citizens, charged with DUI and leaving the threatening a public servant. Toad Eric Jackson, 22, charged Walter Lee Henderson,30, charged slowed to look at a disabled vehicle
    and several out of county residents, scene of an accident in which InjUries Released on $210 bond. with posession and delivery of a controlled with 3 counts of worthless checks when a following car locked its
    during the past week. were incurred and failure to Ricky Gunter, Jr., 28, charged substance. Bond set at and 3 counts of failing to appear. brakes, and slid into their 1977
    The Florida Highway Patrol report the accident.The accident oc with driving under the influence, $15,000. He remains in custody Bond set at $500 cash. Chevrolet. A third car struck the se-
    reported only one accident in the curred on SR-300, 9.8 miles south of posted bond of 1362.50. Ruby Reams Waldron McClellen, Curtis R Brooks, 29, picked up cond car, Injuring Kenneth and
    past few days. Starke.Trooper Calvin Pace worked William James Thompson, 31, 28, worthless check charge, held on for Alachua County on charge of aggravated Shirley Maloney of Naples. The in-
    The following arrests of Bradford the accident. charged with driving under the influence $137.88 bond..Patrlcia assault, with bond set at juried were moved to St. Lukes
    County residents were recorded in Ronnie Risby, 28, arrested for posted bond of$362.50. Koyles fillet, 32, charged $10,000. Hospital via life flight.
    driving with license suspended.Bond Rodney Doyle Auther, 20, charged with driving under the influence, Trooper Don Roberts penned a
    set at $602. with trespassing on school property bonded out for $362.50. note on the bottom of his report
    Simon Leonard Mitchell, 18, release on $105 bond James Everette McKenzie, 33, FliP Report... stating"please give honorable men-
    charged with aggravated assualt Carl Andrew Jackson, 31, charged charge of driving with license The Florida Highway Patrol tion to Vicky Tucker of Lawtey for
    and .robbery. Mitchell remains in with possession of a controlled suspended, posted $210 bond. reported an accident Sunday even- her assistance and care in taking
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    .._-near the work site. Reports indicate j e i IOULAK .r lOW CALORII All FtAVOeS
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    . .of-the-truck while Wise changed if $159
    " :clothing"' .a 'J / I i 1 DRINKS. CANS

    No motive has been establishedfor
    Whitehead's actions. One theory I
    has been advanced that he wanted to uicNOin' ',
    be "one of the boys," and did it onlyas POIND..D
    a favor to the inmate. lr LILAC
    Charges are pending against ISCDETERGENT
    Wises' girl friend, Karen Trone of s:tSTAO"

    Jacksonville. I. .

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    BABY FOOD 5 4jrr 1 a

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    HAMS . 18. k . 1f.t.
    Meetingfrom W-D BRAND fi.ft ri A- FABRIC $219

    ":",1 BOLOGNA SOFTENER <3:t
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    nearly 3,500 people, will be Harris
    Remley of Jacksonville. Remley ,
    travels widely promoting patriotismand
    the American way of life. Boardof
    trustees president Angus Hastingsand _:: ,
    co-op General Manager Tommy : :_Thy I
    Millican will also address members. 1
    The Health Fair, sponsored by ; a I : _, S. .
    Bradford Hospital,Inc.,returns as a q1vi
    special feature again this year after
    meeting with great success during
    last year's meeting.The Health Fair
    offers a number of healthrelatedtests
    free of charge. The Keystone
    Heights Lions Club will offer

    glacoma screening tests. ,
    Entertainment will be provided by
    The Kingsmen of Asheville, N.C., a
    gospel singing group that has won a e
    number of music awards. They per ,
    formed at the White House in 1979 at
    the invitation of President Jimmy I

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    Bradford Elem.&Middle School .. STALK BEAN SPROUTS. LL DINNERS. .Vif 'ilia
    Monday i FMwich: ,ranch MM, c.bbepllaw,
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    sandwich Tuesday milk. buttered Chicken green 4 Noodle.pee,,peadM peanut*,cockle.butter HARVEST FRESH 4 $100 POTATOES 4 $100 CHEESE E. 58C ORE IDACORN 99CCARROTS

    w.......,. Hamburger gravy, ranked ::: fOI . a r IG.
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    FrMayi Mamger'.Choice Day.
    .Time' mown written by Mra. Wood's Mh gradeat
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    Monday) Chicken on a High bun.Irene School frtem, green'
    bean, butterscotch...*..*,milk.
    Tuesday i Beds rill.cheese ilia,garden(salad WINN DIXIE
    apple crfcp.Hot roll. ,milk.
    Wednesday. Corndog. baked beam, mixed raioali'
    vegetable,fruit cup,brownie,milk.
    Thursday Lasagna. cabbage law, .buttered bTAMra
    corn fruit Jello, tat roll,milk.
    Fridays. Ma......'*Choice Day

    i fiat. cneeMburftn, 0...., french PRICES OOOO QUANTITY! r1e"!
    Crw*.milkshakes,corndog THORS. WED., America's SupermarketI .e'ro '
    Tenaayi Hamburgers, pin, french Me 1M
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    corndoga.milkshakes O J.
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    milluhaM.' hamburgers.french frw*.
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    March 26,IU87 B SECTION Page 3


    2 Bradford Students May Study Abroad .:. .... .. T t < ,. \' .. ,

    BY Mark Frinllln I
    BCT Staff Writer I
    Local members of the Martin

    Kicrro sponsor Honoraria Chapter students Hispanica at of Bradford are the helping Sociedad High to f VAMOS A VI( AJAR I Ifi Ii iui I I.

    School to study abraod this summer.
    Under a study program from the
    University of California, students
    will be spending seven weeks in
    several cities in Spain. They will be ANrvuuabING .
    studying two weeks each at the J r ft r
    Universities of Salamonca, Valencia ,
    and Granada. {UU iI

    Students who go to Spain will
    spend their morning hours studyingand
    their afternoon hours on excur-
    sions through the sights and sounds pew ALLJ4AMERICAN '
    of the cities and local countryside.Some .
    will visit museums, the
    theatre, to one of the many I
    varied, outdoor shops or see the
    world famous beaches the old-world I
    country has to offer.
    "Spain is filled with history," FOOD BAR
    commented BUS Spanish Instructor ;
    Donald Reagan, who has himself
    been on the trip on two occasions. II i < I :CiV'MI' m."I --'Jo"1 .,.
    I \\j "
    "You have to be there, words can't i For a real treat try our FOOD BAR.
    begin to describe it.A trip like this is lUg Trip Planned...

    a once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity for These are two BUS students, Antoinette Bonalede Other students are also Involved In various fund- You will find a variety 'of meat
    these students. and Leo Starling who hope to make a trip to Spain this raising projects for the trip Including a big dance set i
    Reagan says the trip alone will not Summer. for April 3-4 at the National Guard Armory.
    make anyone fluent in Spanish, but vegetables salads desserts and
    will give them the opportunity to experience r\

    perhaps a a better cultural understanding awareness and of be Tickits obtained are $5 by per writing person and to Mr.can ice cream bar to suit your taste, at
    their own culture as a result. Reagan in care of Bradford High Lee's Restaurant & Lounge

    "To actually see some historical School with a stamped,self-enclosed f.1 800 North Temple ((301 N.) Starke, Florida fill a GREAT PRICE! 3.99
    sites in person has far more meaning envelope. Make all checks payableto . . . '
    than" looking at them in a textbook Bradford High School Tickets will : We Serve Superb Chinese Food
    said. "The studentsare
    very Reagan excited about this trip and also be space available is available.at the door This, providing is a and Seafood & Steaks (American Style) .: Or try our full menu for the
    are working hard at fund-raisers to
    semi-formal dance and is open
    make it a reality. faculty,staff and guests of the Brad TRY OUR: Early Bird Dinner Special Best Steaks Around! ..
    One of the biggest plans ford County School district and the Includes: Soup. Appetizer, Fried Rice, and Dessert
    students have to make for the
    money and their
    of Starke
    merchants .
    trip is a big dance set for April 34. 3:00 p.m. 1 p.m. Daily ,
    Also, they will be hosting a booth at guests.Because of their musical versatility Family Owned and Operated \
    the Bradford County Fair and are Catarro is sensitive to what different -
    will be OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964.6601
    hoping that community people want to hear and caterto
    supportive as it has been in the past. tir10101 Lt l
    musical styles
    a wide variety of Lunch a.m. 3 p.m. I
    The students are bringing from to country to
    Catarra, a well-known musical rock to contemporary please their audience. Dinner: 3 p.m. 9:30: p.m. Monday Thursday [
    out of Gainesville, to performat
    group will be Saturday
    Catarro performing
    3 10 Friday & Saturday
    the dance April 3-4 at the National April 4 for the student body p.m. p.m.
    Guard Armory in Starke. from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. Eighth grade Sunday: 12 Noon 3 p.m. US 301 S 964.8061
    has for
    The group perfromed conventions students from Bradford Middle
    high school and college School are also invited to attend.
    proms, benefits and other concerts.
    One of the highlights of the benefit
    show on April 4 will also include one Many local merchants in Starke
    of the stars from the popular movie have contributed to the success of
    "Breaking". this fund-raising event, including
    The group was also chosen for the McDonalds, Captain D's, Hardy's, II
    grand opening of the Florida Wendy's, Western Steer, Family
    Theatre after a million dollar Dollar, TG and Y, Stumps, Winn GUARAI'1TEE ,
    renovation. Dixie, Florida Theatre, Pizza Hutt,
    Several members of the group are Starke Video, Adventure Land, Vit- WE DAY. I,
    students at the University of Florida to's Pizza, Eckerds, Sonny's BBQ EVEEtY I
    and the drummer has performedwith and the Bridal and Gown Boutique. PRICES
    the McDonalds All-American These are merchants have con-
    band at Disney World. With all that tributed prizes, gift certificates or LOW
    talent it is no wonder the band was have contributed in ways to make ::1
    chosen by Spanish Club and Spanish the event a fun and memorable ex
    Honor Society members to performr perience.
    their fund-raiser. +u..uin Tickets are now-on sale at reduced
    ft roceedfrom the 8nce are eaiy8markedfor : prices ($5 for couples and $3 for
    /( students;\\ho wan\'t J ." srhgles Students at the-high school
    study in Spain this Summer. Not only 'may purchase their tickets from any'
    will it be an exciting trip for these Spanish Honor Society or Spanish
    students, but they will also be earn Club member, or can pick up their
    ing college credit in addition to getting tickets in the attendance area before
    a first-hand look at how the school from 7:45: a.m. to 8 a.m.
    Hispanic people of Spain live, their Students from the middle school wil
    customs and their way of life. be notified on their ticket purchasesat
    The band Catarro will hit the stageat a reduced rate later.All tickets at -
    the armory on Friday, April 3 the door will be$5.The dress code is
    from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.. semi-formal and will be enforced. .
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    PageI SECTION March 28,1987

    I ObituariesKatherine .- .' .
    .I. L' J : 'f.,
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    ''', ,.' t.j.''I1 j'.' ".d:. "JI. ,' ;. .

    Elizabeth daughters Judy Westbrook and following a long illness. the flowers and taxi that were ,}
    Juana Keene both of Frostproof and Born in Chicago, IL, on March 22, shared with us.
    Cadden Linda Wells of Avon Park; one stepdaughter 1921, Mrs. Loyd moved to Lake A special thanks to Or. J.W
    John and Luana Cadden are proudto Ailene Burkett of Live Geneva in 1983 from Sacramento, Patray The Hospice of Gainesville,
    announce the birth of their Oak; three sons, Lloyd Douglas of CA. She was a homemaker. Bro. David Weyand and Archie Tan-
    daughter,Katherine Elizabeth, born Starke Jerry Douglas of Ft. Meade Survivors Include a son, Kevin W. ner Funeral Home.

    March 4, 1987 at Millington Naval and Gayland Douglas of Frostproof; Loyd of California; a sister, Grace Ella Rhoden and Family ,a.e......... ..................................:
    Hospital in Millington, TN. two stepsons. Harleston Harry of Gargano of Berwyn, IL. Mr.Joe Forsyth ,
    Katherine joins a sister, Janet Lake City and Minus Harry of Graveside services were held

    Marie. Beachville; 35 grandchildren and 26 Tuesday, March 24, in Keystone Lonnie Roberts ,
    Maternal grandparents are Cookie great-grandchildren. Heights Cemetery with Rev. Jim GABRIEL
    Mundorff of Starke and Wayne Mun- Graveside services were held Edwards pastor of St. Anne'sEpiscopal Lonnie Robers,74, of Raiford,died

    dorff of Keystone Heights. Maternal Thursday March 19, at Mt. Zion Church conducting the Saturday at the Bradford Hospital
    great-grandmother is Lucille Mun- Cemetery near Lake Butler with services. Jones Funeral Home of after an extended illness. riii: SUBMARINE
    Mr. Roberts born in Baker
    dorff of Starke. Rev. Earl K. Pettibone. Sr., officiating Keystone Heights was in charge of was OPEN
    are JohnW. County but had lived most of his life
    Paternal grandparents Archer Funeral Home of arrangements.
    Cadden and Mrs. Barbara Lake Butler Is in charge of ar in Union County. He was a house SANDWICHES te% eN to gM
    Ossie Maxwell
    Wilson. Paternal great Forsyth painter and a member of the Congregational aradlosd ,
    rangements. Lewis Holiness Church. County Nrdenb
    grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. E.C.
    Cadden, Sr., and Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Selma Elaine Dewey Mrs. Ossie Forsyth Maxwell Survivors include his stepmother,

    Lowery all of Amory, MS. Mrs. Selma Elaine Dewey, 72, of Lewis 81, of Graceville, FL, and a Mrs. Pencey Roberts of Raiford; ALSO KNOWN HOAGIES
    brother of
    one ,Joel Roberts Starke;
    former resident of Jacksonville died HEROES
    Keystone Heights died Friday, one neice, Mrs. Carolyn Griffis of
    Denise NormanMrs. March 20 1987 in North Florida Saturday, March 21, in Jackson Raiford. Locally owned & operated by
    County Convalescent Center in
    Denise Norman, 27, of Regional Medical Center following a Graceville extended il- Funeral services were held Mon. Doreen
    following an Tommy Steelc.
    Lawtey died Friday, March 19, 1981 long illness day, March 23, In the chapel of Ar- ,
    at her home following a sudden il- Born in Chicago IL on June 3, lness. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler SUBS
    Born in Lake Butler, FL, on Nov. err
    1914, Mrs. moved to TARK
    lness. Dewey with Rev. Wayne Roberts of
    : -
    Mrs. Norman was born and raisedin Keystone Heights in 1983 from 6 Graceviile 1905 Mrs. Lewis moved to ficiating. Burial was in Pine Grove Regular .. ... .. . .... '2.20 l

    Bradford County, she spent her Midlothian, IL. She was a memberof member of the years Assembly ago. She of was God a Cemetery under the direction of Ar- : E. Temple (Hwy 301);. bill.".. Spiced N.",. FrovolontCheeif. ,
    Church and
    the Lutheran
    entire life here. She was a graduateof a cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Starke. Florida Onioni. Salami fickle
    and homemaker. Church; a former cigar maker for i
    Bradford High School a
    I Survivors include her husband King Edward Cigar Company in 964-7747 h Imported HamOrrgaisoPeppa4OLL ;
    former employee of ContelTelephone Norman Dewey; three daughters Jacksonville and a homemaker. Opal Fillyaw Smedley ul.crrAis4umi l oav" Meatball . . .... ..... 2.20 ;
    Company as a secretary.Mrs.
    Mrs. Opal Fillyaw Smedley, 68, of
    Norman was homemaker anda Henrietta Kaczmarek of Palos Survivors include a son,Sam Maxwell DeUclota Meareallt. Kick Italian ;
    Mayo, died Monday morning at the
    IL Janice Danhour of San- of Keystone Heights; a stepdaughter Saucedelicatelyawrwdwhlihovotom
    member of Life and Praise Heights, ,
    University Nursing Care Center in
    Ministries of Starke. ta Ana, CA and Suzanne McCarty of Zolena Walker of Cocoa, Gainesville extended CM.... ;
    after il
    an -
    Survivors include her husband Riverdale, IL; four sons, Ronald FL; three sisters, Allie Carson of lness. Turkey... .. ... .. .. .. _..... 2.30 ;
    Allen Norman; two daughters Dewey of Morris IL,John Dewey of Jacksonville, Bernice Garcia of born in '
    Mrs. Smedley was Lettuce, Pifktci, Mayonrutta.
    and Ora McCulah of
    Seattle Wash.
    Tinley Park, IL, Josias Dewey of ,
    Teals Ashley and Tosha Annette Ashburn, GA, and lived in Lake .. .. ... 2.30
    Keystone Heights and William Plant City; two grandchildren. Steak ... .. .... .
    Norman two Russell Lewis
    ; sons Butler for 25 years before moving to
    Dewey of Crescent City, IL two Graveside services were held Chopped Sirloin Steak Sauieed withOnioni
    and Bryan Wesley Norman all of ; Augusta, GA, for 15 years after HOURS:
    March 24 in
    Tuesday, Evergreen .
    brothers,James Heramb of Hot Springs
    Mrs. Ruby a
    Lawtey mother Herseyof
    ; which she lived 12 years in Mayo.
    Starke; two sisters Becky Red- Ark., and Melvin Heramb of Cemetery in Jacksonville with Dr. She was a registered nurse before aArT.tsar a apt Rout Beef ... . ... ... 2.60 ,
    Chicago,IL 13 grandchildren and 13 E. Winson Butler, pastor of tsoe.mbe.00 pmfrlimf
    dish of Starke and Margaret Sowellof ; First retiring as was a member of the Roast beef Served with Leiluet.Onioni. .
    Brooker; twelve brothers, John great-grandchildren. Keystone Heights Baptist faith.Survivors Mayonnalit. Oregano.Pepperi .
    Wayne Hersey, Dewitt Hersey. Memorialization will be by crema- Church conducting the services. include her daughter, 10:00.m la woe pm A Oil.Combination .

    Doley Hersey, Elbert Hesery and tion under the direction of Jones. Jones Heights Funeral was in Home charge of Keystone of ar Nonagaile T. Jackson of Bath, SC; unaiy;_ .. .. .. ... 2.90Turkey ;
    Lancin Hersey, all of Theressa, Funeral Home of Keystone Heights.In one step-daughter, Lora Louise Noon le I-OO pmMIDDLEBURG
    Donald Hersey of Palatka, Dewight lieu of flowers, the family requests rangements. Huston of Lake Geneva; one son, -.1111; Lettuce, Cneeie, Onions. ;
    donations to the Clay County Roast Beef Imported Ham, Oregano.fltklei.
    of Worthington Springs,
    Hersey William C. "Dub" Townsend of
    Card of ThanksThe
    Oil. ;
    William and David Newham of Council on Aging, Box 363, Keystone Hialeah; her step-mother, Mrs. et- Pepperi
    Starke, Wayne Jerry and Keith Heights, FL 32656.Jeanette family of Leroy Rhoden Omer Lee Fillyaw of Lake Butler;
    Jones of Johnson City, TN. wishes to thank everyone for the one sister, Mrs. Lora Mae Pitts of ___...,... Stacked Ham .... .... 2.30
    Funeral services were held Tues- Irene LoydMrs. acts of kindness expressed to us dur- TyTy, GA; five brothers, Tommy IS Slim of Ham with Lenuct and
    day, March 24, 1987, at Highland Jeanette Irene Loyd, 65, of ing the loss of our dear loved one. and Roy Fillyaw of Jacksonville, 2)54 Blanding Boulevard1MuMlebura :It. Pepperi
    Baptist Church with Rev. James Lake Geneva, FL, died Saturday Thanks for the prayers for him during John Fillyaw of North Augusta, GA; Ronda L .
    Saunders conducting the services. March 21, 1987 in Bradford Hospital the last few months and also forTh Carl Fillyaw of Lake City and Elbert 282-0085, W..B,-..V.....4 EAT IN OR
    Burial was in Highland Cemetery Fillyaw of Minneapolis, MN; one ORANGE PARK'M
    under the direction of Archie Tanner --- 416 Blending, Boulevard TAKE OUT
    stepbrother, Joe O'Hern of Lake !
    Funeral Home of Starke.If Catnasvlll Clinic and Dr. T. Ow.n of Jacksonvlll. Butler three grandchildren. d i Orane. Para Florida
    you would like to make a dona- announce the opening of the Stark. Clinic. To acquaint Funeral services will be held *' 272-7666 964-7747..

    tion to the children of Mrs. Norman, p.opl. In the Stark. area with our quality car. we make Thursday, March 26, at 11:00 a.m. ins. .... .............
    make checks out to: The children of this offer.... ..A,' .. P.g.4 ....................................
    Mrs._ Denise Norman: Russell, ,
    Teals Tosha and Bryan carry toFlorida
    Federal and Loan "FREE"Full
    Association. Savings Spinal Examination PLEASE SEE OUR AD IN THURSDAY'S
    Hah Thi. Patient Evaluation Coupon Only ,
    Emma Kate MansfieldMiss DAMOE SIGNALS OF PINCHED NMVESs ; :

    Emma Kate Mansfield,87, of 1."...bch... LMmMn *.AfthriU. 4.U..IhrkIMuwra tamlf 1JIfJ.{
    Keystone Heights, who started the P>.. Mlanilni, P.1.. .Illp # 1
    first library in Keystone Heights, Norn :u.b_ L wiip.b' .. P.ln.P.1. '
    died Tuesday March 24, 1987 at her P... .taHuick IfcmnlfiiHov s

    home in Keystone Heights followinga PLAYERS & FANS
    *You leer Wondorad Chiropractic
    lengthy illness.
    Could Help Other Condition, PRICES BEGIN THURS.
    Born in Savannah GA, December ,
    2, 1899 Miss Mansfield moved to MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTEDACCIDENT r. Virgl ,rry MARCH 26th. w ttl
    Keystone Heights in 1949 from Columbus THRU WED., APRIL 1st.
    GA She was a member St.Anne's CENTERS OF AMERICA
    Episcopal Church and ..
    started the first library of Keystone 964-8018 Starke Clinic ILD

    Heights at Keystone Elementary (Located at Dr. Dopton's former office) 664 N Temple Ave, >, rill

    School. Miss Mansfield was a public OUR Off td FOUCY IS:The patient and any other pfHn rwponilbl*for payment has a right to rafut to pay FLE1SCHbfAieN'S) air
    school teacher for 20 years in Colum- cancel payment,or b.r.lmbun>.d for payment lor any othtr Mjrvwo,ominoUon.or lr.o bus GA and 23 in Keystone few mod at a mull of and within 73 hours of rmpondlng to tfi.odv rliMm/ .nt for lh*ha.MOIC*,.NominationGenda's .
    years WI"Mr.
    ar hntm.ni .
    Heights. ) 1I\
    Survivors include three sisters 800
    Mrs. Jerry Carter of Keystone r

    Heights Mrs. Chas. W. Lewis oft Shear Design RIVA VODKA -- -= DISTILLED DRY
    Statesville, NC, and Mrs. H.T. IN
    ,t Amon, Atlanta, GA; several nieces \ ./ 118 S. Thompson Street 964.4151 L-.

    and Funeral nephews.services will be held at Easter SpecialsPerms OF CASE 6 LZ52oitER -t; LITER 3Uoz. DIXxepIR
    2:30: p.m. in St. Anne's Episcopal 59.50 I CASE
    999 I Ie
    Church on Friday, March 27, 1987, ? OF 12
    38.00 28
    with Rev. Jim Edwards conductingthe reg. 83.00 699
    services. Burial will be in with Christina Onlyl -

    Keystone Heights Cemetery under -

    the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Highlights x1500Hurry --
    Keystone Heights. M
    Specials Good thru April 18, 1987

    Thank You "!fe Like to Keep You Looking Good" ill 1\\ -

    We would like to take this opportunity -

    to express our thanks to our "

    many friends and family for the RON .. '-lOl.....
    beautiful flowers cards food and
    acts of kindness shown to us duringthe GED TESTEarn MATUSALEM "CANADIAN

    recent loss of our Mother.We -.
    love and appreciate each and RUM .F.oMAJESTY

    of you. Again many
    everyone thanks. your high school diploma by taking the LITER CANADIANs RARE
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    The Family Of LITER
    Annie D.(Granny)Ellis GED Test. For further information call 9646150.The LZCl 33.8 OZ. & CANADIAN :. WHISKY

    deadline for registering is April 16, 1987. '_.. CARTA PLATA MAJESTY CASE
    James William Deaver 599 1175

    James William Deaver of Testing dates and times are as follows: Amlulu 7t00 '. 69.75 OF 6

    Gainesville died Wednesday at the
    Veteran's Administration Nursing d a'.Ei r .I s. rA

    Home in Lake City after a long il- April 20 & 21 April 22 & 23 .i -
    lness. He was 65.
    Born in Brunswick Ga., Mr.
    Deaver moved to Gainesville in 1975 r Yr =

    from Atlanta. He graduated from 1:00: p. m. 6:30: p.m. .
    the University Florida College of #5'}{V C R uu
    3:00: 8:15: .
    Pharmacy and was a retired pharmacist p.m. p.m.Longchamp I.VW.

    for the Upjohn Company.Mr. 6:30 jlouse
    Deaver served in the U.S. Army Air : p.m.

    Corps during World War II and wasa 8:15: p.m. RARE SCOTCH 1_ HARPER
    member of the Brunswick United WHISKY
    Methodist Church.
    Survivors include his wife. Myrtle w 1.75 LITER Straight Bourbon 4

    Deaver of Gainesville; two 51201. WHISKEY .
    daughters Susan Bastak of Willistonand CASE a
    Jamie D. Deaver of Memphis, Homes, Inc. 71.00 1195 1.75 LITER
    TN; two sisters Ruth Quartermanof S92a.r .
    Brunswick and Dorothy D. US 301 South ((1 Vz miles) Starke, Florida v INVeOUSe OF CASE 6
    Fiveash of Kmston NC; two grand- 1299
    77.00 ar.TUC.0
    children. __ n41.NT aouaoa -
    Funeral services were held Fri- o rnY evaeP.
    At Longchamp Homes we feature e---
    day, March 20, at Johnson-Hayes
    Chapel with Dr. Donald L. Bain con- PERSONALIZED BUILDING
    ducting the services. Burial was in

    Christ Church Cemetery in St. Custom Designing for the YOU
    Simons Island. Ga., under the direc-

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    of Lake City died Monday night at .CHABLIS BLANC
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    the Veterans HEARTY BURGUNDY itae -
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    County and had lived most of his life financing for your new home. r eWlocano 3 LITER'

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    Lake City 13 years ago. He worked in 99 539 10

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    Astros Sign 2 Local Softball StarsTwo

    local Softball stars have been
    tapped to play on the senior girls

    softball Astros. team the Jacksonville REVIVALGrace tlMr.ffnw VfamM cff OkfufngtMtomrvHuri

    Hope and Demetrise Thomas Lorry il ittltpssesttaraw! rIMtlPsrr
    daughters of Fred and Doris Baptist Church Ifst1Mlirsrag
    Thomas of Lake Butler were chosen
    to play with the Astros last summer 100A Griff loop Starke 964-5656 / '. !

    and are now starting their second CBtiI'S woo.eBHB6 ifi l@D
    season with the team. t \ Guest Speaker: IIIftCIIIIIH5I1R11iB1mICE1m:
    Hope is an 18-year-old senior at 4 y Rev. Fred Carlton
    Union County High School and r :
    Demetrise is a 15-year-old ?iIlii'' Conway South Carolina Title LW.1Ih amrLoIIIi'tbIn'tIIIfCC.mas.C
    sophomore. Both girls play on the ra lI1WtB.IIpI1I2.
    Lady Tiger Softball team and were v r Everyone Welcome
    members of last season's Lady a. .11'1III7m '
    Tigers who were the number two IA Rev. Leland Strickland Pastor -:A4 D3?ID3t t
    high school softball team in the CEITfcCi
    state. It was their performance dur- Sunday March 29
    r.. "'! Di.warcl.l
    that :
    ing season which prompted the \ ..
    Astros to sign them up. \ 'J "S thru 3 Jka.ri w"HHsvrtiB'iB' .R.B
    Friday April
    The girls are now games ... ....tIEl-.wIMk.IsM
    regular Lady Tiger season '
    Jacksonville \ ,
    florid ., 7:30 Ilrr.ibrmsbr.rritll
    Astros.but they are also practicing with the Nightly .. flDr.iiiilf ....-..-......

    The softball coach from Lake City ,,__ -
    Community College scouts for the -
    Astros and was impressed when she Thomas Sisters, Lady Astros...
    saw the girls play with the Lady of TIM
    Tigers. 18 year-old Hope(left) and 13-year old Demetrise Thomas daughters
    Doris Thomas of Lake Butler are playing with the Jacksonville I
    "We were looking for a summer Fred and
    softball camp to go to." said Astros in their second season this summers
    Demetrise. "and when the Lake City
    coach told them (Astros) about us,
    they were very interested."
    Demetrise said that the Astros
    chose to sign her up because of her
    impressive offensive record. She is SATELLITE TV SYSTEM
    presently batting .667 (20-30) with
    the Lady Tigers and is tied for the
    number one spot in the area in *
    number of homeruns hit with 3. She $2949
    is number one in the area with 00

    number of RBIs (runs batted in) 00 J for only p2 r =: tn ihtth0o
    with 19 and is number two in the Bradford ChiropracticCenter Tr,
    area in number of doubles with 4.
    Her record last year was even You Lease to Own
    more impressive by the end of the
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    season. Royd.Sai.llli., IV Syil.m n a complete' package lo .no audio' auollly iawlllw Mtonnon.... Only ( _,_ tot--a1' _
    System Ouaante.p.ctam.nnreu'll: have scent to over 100 The girls said the Astros chose 218 S. Walnut Street Starke and children, programming: and roltgioul channels I Ia
    Hope for her defensive ability and
    quickness.Hope played left field last aEI
    year for the Lady Tigers and holds l
    down left center this year.Hope hada 9644957THE
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    match that performance this year. { ////j// you know your tHrf
    Hope also does a good job with a bat. ''j
    Hope plays left field for the Astros TEAM APPROACH: f/ I 4J''f channels you wont- :>wcrtnfa.

    and Demetrise performs is the as team's a pinch designatedhitter. runner. Dr. W. David Sikes Dr. Richard C. Tuller s: 1''' Our Price Includes:

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    Both girls are enthusiastic about ...................... ..................... ......s.. I r ,.._ Mairrtenance-ServttzeforS'flfeajtns
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    their present season with the Lady llu I
    Tigers. "L love it." said Hope of the Special! Carpet Cleaning
    Astros. Demetrise also says she enjoys -
    playing with the team and says
    she has learned a lot as well. { { i
    { Avoi/ab1-e/ itL'uJShatI 1y At+
    knew meet of this stuff Y y
    "Hope $ per room : 1kl I
    when she started with the Astros Q 995; 2 room minimumMteum yrri. Illltll VIDEO LYJD5S I
    but they taught me a lot, especially tN ; !
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    about fielding.she saemetrise, ..190 E. Mom Street llrike SiHtor.,ffll S5E5!
    plays third bane for the "We Move The Furniture" .., ? ;.' r, r-
    this year. ; Senior Citizen & Military Discounts .. 4963843f
    Demetrise is a sophomorewthis .
    year and began with the Lady Tigersas Special: Sofa & Chuir p29.95WurrunlyiCuslomersutisfution :
    a freshman last year. She says
    her work with Head Tiger Softball :

    Coach Betty Brackett and with the money-hill guarantee. : "*: ... -
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    Astros has improved her fielding ,. -'
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    Professionalservieewith a i .:/: ,
    tremendously in that time. \; .. -rJ -; .:J
    The girls will play at I least two personal touch. Christian ;., ,, ;. ....,- J..
    regular games per week during the oricntpil .. -7" ", ::;J
    ,: company. ., -.J ',,
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    summer play ; >01 .- .IT
    weekend tournaments per month -. ,\ ..t" ,,,", -..... ,.=.. 7
    with the Astros. Please The girls had local sponsors who Call 964-4485 -. -,.. "" ,,, '" .
    helped them get started last year -,,- tAt
    and they would like to thank the Complete Janitorial Service Available -
    community for its support in this

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    8 B SECTION March 16,1887Open


    ... Horse Show to Be New Addition to Fair This Year
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    Equestrians of all ages from all three entries in each class, or the Lake Butler; Community Bank,
    over this area will be invited to participate class will be cancelled.), AQHA Starke; Florida National Bank,
    in a new attraction at the ;, rules will be observed. 5) Judges Starke; Union County Riding Club,
    Bradford County Fair on Saturday, decision will be final. Lake Butler; Union County Times,
    April 11. 6) The Horse Show Committee Lake Butler; Florida Pest Control,
    For the first time in many years, reserves the right to combine Starke; Alligator Creek Ranch
    the Bradford County Fair will include classes if necessary.7)No alcohol or Starke; Roscoe Seay, Worthington
    on Open Horse Show for horse alcoholic beverages will be permitted Springs; Gold Kist, Starke; Jack
    lovers everywhere. The show will on the arena grounds. Moss, Starke.
    begin at 8 a.m.sharp at the Bradford e_ Sponsors for the horse show Include For more information, contact
    Roping Club right next to the : Farmers &, Dealers Bank, Diane Hayes at 485-1064 or 496-2321.
    fairgrounds on US-301 and will in-
    clude 22 different show and game
    Entry fees for the show are$1 for ,,,
    each class a rider enters.A groundsfee -', COUNTY ATTORNEY POSITION
    of$1 for every horse taken off a i S..
    trailer at the arena will also be F!
    charged. (All horses brought to the \ COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BAKER COUNTY

    arena will incur a grounds fee, rr'r 19 FLORIDA, will receive proposals In the County
    whether or not the horse is riden in ::5
    the show. Grounds fee covers in- 14 Administration Office, 55 North Third Street
    surance on horses.) ,1 Macclenny, Florida, 32063, until 5:00 P.M. on
    The show is sponsored by the ;\
    Bradford County Fair and will be "' H., April 15, 1987 for the following:

    hosted by the Bradford-Union Horse ',i' County Attorney (fee basis) Must have backgroundor
    Show Committee. Show superintendent ,i basic law with
    experience In emphasis on countygovernment
    is Union County 4-H Agent "
    Diane Hayes. J. -- 1 ? *. Fee negotiable.

    People of all ages are eligible to i Information concerning this position can be obtained

    enter the show with children 13 n at the above address or by calling ((904))

    and under competing in the x ......
    Junior ---- --- 2593613.
    division and equestrians 14
    and older competing in the senior
    division. Adults are urged to compete Horse Show Added... .. ,'
    Kim Roberta, of the Union County Biding Cfc*.w ill A" Span _"__ .Jto""J.* speed and show '
    High-point trophies will be awarded be one of the many participant in a MW *UM>Nave ....is s<1st*lr/e far tft*Saturday of fair week and : !' tVeat' !
    to the top performance riders in Bradford County Fair this vean is.**...-.?".*.?.-*. !.* .and adults. (a. trl"" '" I at
    both the junior and senior divisionsand 7.
    to the top game riders in both Yi'eld'
    the junior and senior divisions. Rib- Annual
    bons will be awarded for the first six
    places in each of the 22 categories. poles. 16) Senior poles. 7.15'O
    Categories include: 17) Junior barrels. 18)Senior bar- Rate
    rels. 19) Junior
    1)) Mares at halter. 2) Geldings at arena race. 20)
    halter. 3) Junior Showmanship. 4) Senior arena race.21)Junior Texas CompoundedMonthly
    Senior showmanship. barrels. 22) Senior Texas barrels.

    5) Saddle seat pleasure. 6) Saddle
    seat equitation. 7) Junior English Special rules to be observed at the Fulll Your Baafcen Witthi"'' Specials!! : "
    pleasure. 8) Senior English show include: 1) Negative coggms tromm t \
    pleasure. 9) Junior English equita- are required. 2) The Bradford MES1E NORMAN STUDIOS !
    tion. 10) Senior English equitation. Union Horse Show Committee, or : at.
    11) Junior western pleasure. 12) Bradford Fair Association will not iw* lammpsmm964.7356We %
    Senior western pleasure. 13) Junior be responsible for accidents or injuries 7.229
    "Hnowe'- unrnnetHmmgi"" fair --
    western showmanship. 14) Senior to horse or rider. everyone 'Ann ield'
    western showmanship. 15) Junior 3) There will be a minimum of (fmo.m lire Ginlls to>Graniryst

    II STUFFER SPECIAL: I Rate r-r r'\.r"\.01:

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    Dodd was recently) named AGH served as a medicare nurse Annual Yield
    supervisor of the Special Care Unit for Upjohn Home Health Care flew
    and Home Healthcare at Bradford with Kennair Ambulance Service
    Hospital.A and worked on the progressive care Rate
    native of San German, Cuba. unit at AGH. %
    Dodd received an associate degreein "The only reason I am in nursing Compounded 6 90
    nursing from Santa Fe Community is because I love my patients. I am '
    College in 1974.She has completed pleased to have been given this opportunity Monthly .
    Alachua General Hospital's (AGH) at Bradford Hospital and MARK C. KITOUSt. M.P. and BRUCE POLLOCK. M.D. .
    critical care course and several look forward to the work ahead.- '
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    Dodd has over 12 years of nursing care possible and excelling in this dllitIJlIUIIIiIl dice hours' :
    experience. She has worked in the particular" area is my primary T8a a f (..... until 7:30 p.m. 'u'J', %
    goal. 6.856
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    Dodd and husband Satanfzr 9 aun. to 1 p.m.
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    chapel of Archer Funeral Homeof DuBose of Gainesville four and '
    AitthnttwGematmes Family\ manning\ '
    Lake Butler with Rev. Obert A. daughters, Carolyn Graves of Lake cfhceGynecology : 1. e'ar: :
    Kelly officiating. Burial will followin City, Janet Matthews of AJachua. -ipneue rise IWwttarw and!Cancan Screening\ ,,, %
    Dekle Cemetery under the direc- Daphne Tanner of Lake Butler and 6.644
    CcnngUtette late&X-Hay Availableat
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    Jasper C. DuBose 64, of DuBose of Columbia MO; twelve IRwtBcipaeinia Medicare Physicians
    Gainesville died March 17, 1987 in grandchildren and 3 great Offices Lmaoad i belt ied Lake e..tlli. cr Htoaptfali Hand Surgery\: Center Rate %
    Birmingham, AL. grandchildren. ffiSffi>>IE.Mass. SttteeH,Lake&*tier.Florida CompoundedMonthly 6
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    thington Springs. He r moved to day, March 21, at Forest Meadows .WWeflmewftw,,Tntniiitwtojr*FiI1day9a.m.-5 p.rru .
    Gainesville from Lake Butler and Edward
    Chapel with Rev. Moratto
    Tsesdrj 9* m.-7::::::pSaltkyr ;''"'. ,
    lived there for 12 years. He was a conducting the services. Burial was 9 ana1 perm.> .. .. BBBB BBBBBMBBBBBBI
    truck driver,served in the Navy and in Forest Meadows Memorial Park
    was a member of Sardis Baptist East under the direction of Forest : :((5, fIt
    Church. Meadows Funeral Home of "nl' 0 .
    Survivors include his wife, Lillian Gainesville. :' i %
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    March 26, 1981 B SECTION Page 7 1
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    Union 4-H'ers in County EventsUnion

    County will be sending three '.
    senior division 4-H'ers and three "
    junior division 4-H'er to district con 4 t '
    test after they took top honors in the ,
    county 4-H events this past weekend.
    Seniors David Mcintire won a first i.
    place blue ribbon for his demonstration 4. !

    on gun safety; David Harris ...
    won a first place blue ribbon in '.
    public speaking; Kevin Kirby won a !
    second place blue ribbon in public

    speaking.Juniors: Blake Dicks won a first r .r
    place blue ribbon in public speak- r j .ff
    ing; George Green won a second r t'I.1'1""' "
    '" .-,.;" I>.
    blue ';- .
    place ribbon in public speak- ......
    .T'I'l'o\,' 1'tj2
    ing; Travis Rogers won a first place ; : '" .
    blue ribbon in a speech concerningsome r
    aspects of caring for horses. I }

    Other Winners...

    Seniors: Ivan Green won a red ribbon -
    in public speaking; Penny ; .
    Stalnaker speaker. won a red ribbon in public

    Juniors: Georgie Seay won and ,.,1
    first place blue ribbon for her
    demonstration in food and nutrition; j 1 ;
    Joyce Douglas won a second place I,
    blue ribbon in food and nutrition; 1,
    Kelly Conners won a red ribbon in .'i
    food and nutrition. tip 'i a $ \
    Dale Moseley won a red ribbon in .11
    food and nutntiton; Priscilla Lacy i 1 -- .--- ,,-
    won a red ribbon in food and nutri- J
    tion; Kia Bethea won a white ribbonin Speaker... ..
    food and nutrition. t."iII/J/ -".
    "" .. David Harris a senior Union
    Robbie Cason won a blue ribbon in c ,
    } .. --
    animal science; Keith Kirby won a i. \ County 4-ll'er will go to district In ,- ..-1
    blue ribbon in animal science; Anthony i :, public speaking after a topnotch Peach Cobbler Cake..
    performance in county events which
    Hendrieth won a red ribbon in .
    animal science and Steve Shadd wona "' earned him a first place blue ribbon. Priscilla Lacy, a newcomer to Union County 4-H. did her first
    blue ribbon in natural resources. demonstration in the county events by showing fellow 4-lPers how to
    make peach cobbler cake.INTRODUCTORY .
    Thank You... --

    Special thanks go to the judges SPECIAL FROM CULLIGAN
    and room monitors. Judges: Drew I
    Andrews, Elaine Fletcher, Nita
    Jones, Sally Keller Ted Miller. Delicious Salad...
    Terry Seehorn, Ramona Sweat. .
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    Out Patient FREE DELIVERY SINCE 1923 90 Days Same As Cash|

    Services -t DENMARK Credit Terms A allableDC'

    Monday FridayBy Saul, & 4C 7'a Sae qt FURNITURE

    Appointment ... NEW STORE HOURS:
    t\ / r:;_=_ ;t 434 W. Call Street / 411 W. Madison St. 8:00 a.m. '.5:30: p.m.
    t Monday Friday
    Bradford Hospital] was Cs a w a a(I 954-5826 964-5827 0:00 '.m:. 1:00 p.m.L .

    922 East Call Street n L L- Slarke Florida Saturday
    332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701

    964-6000 erUeS sa.S.- OPtN SArtvl.Lev "!la act. few (parr "Do. &tli2aCVc .

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    1977 CORVETTE sllver/groy, on.owner, TO DRINK ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks,
    $8700. 964.7271 or 9644319. 2/26 tIn THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Call 1-755-4040. N. Flo. Real Estate College. Lrc'.i

    looded, tinted window, automatic, ACRES 90 acres fenced pasture, '/, THAT'S OURS LICENSED RN NEEDED at WhisperingPines
    payoff It $14,000. Call 533.2582. 3/5 mile river frontage, paved road. Alcoholics Anonymous Core Center. 3.11 charge nurse
    4tpd 3/26 Balance wooded. View rolling coun- 64-4150-944-621 full-time. PRN LPN' needed EOE. REALTY
    1979 MERCURY CAPRI Red with black try.lde. 51200. United National, BAR. pd thru 1/15 Phone 9646220. Experienced need only .
    trim. Auto PS PB AM/FM radio 6 RON STROTHER, Broker P.O. Box 755, CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free to apply. 2/12 tfn

    cyl.. tilt wheel. Body In excellent Troy AL 36081. 205566.1870 or estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. LPN'S A RN'Si Join the Quality/ Care PHONE 96 .7776
    hope, motor needs tune-up. $1500. 2057352442. fcan 87-102 Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8SS9 tfn Team Earn bonus money, with com.
    Call 964-4480 or 9644037. Ask for Judy NORTH CAROLINA RENTAL) Cashiersarea. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows, petltlve pay and flexible scheduling. 205 N. Temple Starke I
    or Tudy. tfnfo 3 acres of land. 3/2 with etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Homecare and staff relief available.
    1910 FORD FAIRMONT WAGON PS. Air, fireplace, mountain view Weekly 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Travel) pay' if you work for us In Cecelia Terwlllegor

    4 cyl.. 4 .pd.. GOOD CONDITION. $350 monthly $1000. Seasonal rental. Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, Gainesville! Call Sharon at 375-8130 and God bestow His love on
    964-4573 after 5 p.m. 3/19 2tpd 3/26 303-564-5573 days, 305-941-2023, 473-4973, 2/26 tfn Tues. Fri., 95. 3/19 2tpd 3/26 Today always may you

    181 BUICK REGAL, loaded. 2000. Call evenings, fcan 87-97 HANDYMAN carpentry, painting electrical COMPANION, DAYTIME for elderly .
    964-5647 anytime. ItJM complete home repair. gentleman. Keystone Heights light -
    1975 CHRYSLER NEWPORT for parts only. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. housework A cooking required. Call Special
    $150. See at saw Muffl.r Shop. 3/26 Call Mitch. 473-3940. l/9tfn collect after 6 p.m. 13052738076. MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE Newly remodeled 1,720... ft. CHSA 4 BR. 2
    Itchg FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates. 3/19 2tpd 3/26 BA, great room fenced back yard, EXTRA CLOSETS tool shed.HISTORIC .

    19M CHEW, TON PICK-UP.6 cyl. stick, Licensed insured and bonded. All THE CITY OF STARKE Is accepting applications ws
    $400. Coll 7823963. 326ltpdMOTORCYCLES types of rooting and repairs. 485.1556 for the position of Apprentice 3.930 SQ. FT*. HOMfi. Lawtey on 4.9 acres, completely furnished
    BEAUTY SALON FOR SALE OR LEASE: onbusy or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg Lineman with the Electric Department 12 x 65 MH. Zoned for 3 additional mobile homes pecan trees, magnoliasand
    highway. Fully equipped. WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and line crew. Position requires azaleas

    964-6777. 3/26 2tchg 4/2 freezers In my shop. I buy sell or trade graduation from high school and mustbe .SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE: Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal corner -
    OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear used 4962090. 12/25 tfn
    able to obtain a Florida Chauffers lot 12' x 63' MH, separate well 8 septic tank 2 car garage
    1912 HONDA CM-2SO CUSTOM. Only ladles apparel childrens/maternity dancewear/aeroblc, NEW GROUND PLOWING 468.1660.3/5 license, Apply at City of Storks Personnel SUBURBAN LIVING AT ITS BEST) 5 acres, 3 BR, 2 BA stone fireplace, energy
    6,000 mils Gorag. kept excellent large sizes, petite, Stpd 42KEYSTONE Dept. City Hall. 3/26 2tchg 4/2 efficient freshly pointed Inside and out fruit trees, pump house, stocked .
    accessories store. Jordache, Chic In
    or FENCE CO. Experienced
    condition plus shoe, custom helmet. PART-TIME DOCTOR'S ASSISTANCE for
    Lee, Levi Ixod Gitano. Mens, Calvin chain link A all type fencing. FreeEstimates. fish pond, 12' x 32' storage with 9' drops, CHSA heat pump. I
    Mutt $600 FIRM. clinic. Experience
    see to appreciate treatment
    chiropractic BROOKER-3 BR, 2 BA FRAME HOME on 2 lots. Close to school CHSA city '
    Valente Liz
    Klein Evan Pitons Commercial,
    Sergio Residential
    Waldo Villas, opt. 6, Waldo FL or call helpful but not necessary. .
    Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, Industrial Recreational and privacy water $44,000.'OWNER .
    4682172. 3/26 4/2
    2tpd Will train For
    qualified person. appointment WILL TAKE LOSS BR, 1 BA, newly painted, corner lot. 25000. :
    1979 SUZUKI GS-425, runs good. $500 or Healthtex. Over 1000 others. $14,800to Fence Repairs Give us a try MC ? for Interview phone
    best offer. Call Jimmy 9644621. 3/26 $26,900 Inventory, training, fixtures, Visa. 473-4240 or 473-7987 after 6 p.m. 473-2865 between hours of 1 p.m. and 12.86 ACRES Pond. Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Ave. A Forsyth Rd. $26.000. i
    Itchg grand opening etc. Can open 13 days.Mr. 3/12 4tchg 4/2 3 Bring resume. 3/26 2tchg 4/2 MEANDERING CREEK divides 2 high sides, SR 100W just over the county r
    Loughlin ((612)) 888-4228. 3/261tpd PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile EGG p.m.PICKERS WANTED trailer furnish_ line, well maintained stocked fish ponds slnglewlde on 3.3 acres, high A f I

    1000 SUNBEDS SUNAl WOLFF SAVE homes, pools, decks, sidewalks Free ed. Call 468-1926. 3/26 Itchg dry beautiful setting.FISHERMAN'S I''
    YARD SALES 50% Call for FREE Color Catalogue and Estimates Call Rob 473-3590. 3/12 EXPERIENCED LUMBER GRADERS certified DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage, drive-in ,;

    wholesale prices. Commercial ft tfnchg with SPIB. Competitive wages boathouse A screened deck overlooking Crosby Lake Inlet. CHAA. Ii l
    RUMMAGE SALE LAWTEY CHURCH OF Residential Units. M/C or Vita ac- LAWN MOWER AND SMALL ENGINE Established company. Contact Personnel EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY 50 acres fenced A crossfenced. BR. 1 BA home I

    GOO Hwy 301 South of Lawtey. 9 a.m. cepted. Call 18002286292. fcan 87.93 REPAIRS. free pick-up. 964-7758. 3/19 manager P.O. Box 1663 Mobile, w/alumlnum siding. 2 trailer hookups, 4 chicken houses, fully electric.

    4 p.m. Saturday March 28. Proceedsto LONG DISTANCT TRUCKING nor- 4tchg 49SEWING Ala. 36633 telephone' no. Owner finance Present all offer.
    benefit Youth Missions Project. 3/26 th/American Van Lines needs MACHINE REPAIR: All makes 2054576872. fcan 87-103 ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 acres Minutes from prison on I
    Itpd owner/operators I If you need training cleaned oiled and adjusted, $15. Used HIRING NOWI I Construction all phases, Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer space. 15500.

    YARD SALE: Saturday 9 a.m. 1 p.m. we will train you. You will operate sewing machines for sale James drivers, mechanics, machinists, IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT Secluded 1980 DW 7'/,' ceilings, In middleof I,
    your own tractor. If you don't have Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy welders, electricians, mechanics, 59000.
    Miscellaneous items. 634 N. Cherry St. 4 acres, Inground pool wooden deck playground equipment.
    one, north/American offers a tractor 16, Starke. 964.8733.3/19 tfn airlines. Some level positions ( Lake $30,500.
    3/26 ItpdFRIDAY entry up UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 cottage, 5 lots-Kingsley Village
    purchase program that can get. you I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In my home, to S32.60/hr) Transcontinental Job
    MARCH 27: 9 a.m. ?? 509 SAMPSON LAKE LOT OWNER FINANCED-approx. 103' x 770' Selling
    started for an Initial investment of weekdays, any hours. Experience with
    Search 3083823700. fcan 87101.
    Center St. Mower stoves, vacuum- prIce-Si8.190. $2,000 dn. 10% Int. 10 yrs.
    $1500. If are 21 or over and think Infants. 964-8672. 3/26 2tpd 4/2
    you TYPISTS $500 weekly at home! Write:
    blower, tools, portable spa THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 19871 Guerdon doublewide-Sampson
    you may' qualify we'd like to send you PO Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. 2/12
    washer/dryer typewriter, lots of miic. Information CallanI' lake access 35000. Great getaway! ,
    and cloth. 964.8324.3/26 Itpd a complete package. 8tchg 4/2 RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH lovely landscaped surroundings' 2 I
    MOVING/BACK PORCH SALE: My TOLL FREE SCHOOLSSEMI need BR, 2 BA doublewlde. 1.76 acres. Close to Crosby lake. $39,000. I
    SCHOOL GRAD'Si Do some
    "trash" Is good! Priced to sell. you ft. 4 rented '
    1-800-348-2191 ? You have it with SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ac. 700 bldg. spaces
    extra money can a
    Household crafts, clothes, Mary Kay Ask for Dept. 97 DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks part-time career In food service, $200 mo. Trailer sales space, $1,000 mo. 175000.
    Cosmetics, some furniture lots more. fcan 87-95 AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange A Pratt 3 Br. 2
    Corner of W. Pratt A Blandlng. Drive big trucks! D.O.T. certification.Local carpentry heavy equipment operation -
    OWN YOUR OWN $13.99 ONE PRICE and national lob placement or pavement maintenance. For Bo.. CHAA LR. DR. family room A patio. $60,000. I,
    Hamilton residence. Fri A Sat. 94.
    3/26 DESIGNER SHOE STORE. A retail price assistance. CorrespondenceResidenttraining. one weekend a month and 15 days" a PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven thousand I,

    LARGE Itchg YARD SALE 5 miles north of unbelievable for quality shoes normally Eligible Institution for financial year, the Florida Air Notional Guard four hundred six sq. ft. in bldg. with 150' on Hwy 301 X 254' deep Parking
    Storfce 301. : Fri. A Sat. priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 old. Guaranteed student /loans. will provide you with military trainingto space for 30 can $199,0001 Spaces to Lease
    on Thursday brand names, 250 styles. $14,800 to Call 1-80O-282-8265. UNITED TRUCK help you master one of these trades. RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom 65' x 130' lot. 10000.

    HOMES $26,900 inventory training, fixtures MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa, They'll also provide you a monthly 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance
    grand opening. Can combine with over Florida. Home Office, : Cleorwoter. paycheck, money for college and if 82322. A smart Florida investment.
    FOR SALE I.OOO brands of apparel accessory Florida Icon 87.94MOBILE qualified an enlistment bonus. Join INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County Partially subdivided
    dancewear/aerobic children shop. the 202nd Civil Engineering Squadron.For .
    highway frontage, close to school. $1,000 per acre. Hardwood trees.
    Can open 15 days. Mr. McComb ((404)) more Information call Master
    $39.000 will take this beautiful wood ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
    924-0010. 3/26 Itpd Carl E. Sievers, Jr. Collect
    frame 3 BR $1,200 AN ACRE 18 acres In City.
    1 BA house with approximately
    HOMES ((904)) 5332060. 3/12 3lchq 3/26 .
    5 GRAHAM 14.50 acres, $1,300 acre.
    acres cleared land and above
    ground 24 h. pool. Call after 5 p.m., BOATS FOR SALE opportunities for RN'.. LPN'.. CNA's A .2 COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOTS $7.500 8500.
    M-F or anytime on the weekends at nursing students as port of the SantaFe -2 LOTS MIMOSA $6.900 ea.

    9648160. 1/15pd. tfnchg 1974 U' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call/ Healthcare team Your choice of days, NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development 49000.
    MUST SELLI 3 BR Country home, 3 miles Mercury and trailer. $1800. DaleBrown. Wells at A&W Mobile Homes, 964-6407 Roy shifts A areas Call Wellness Personnel SIX ACRES-Greot Buy-Primltlve Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
    from Starke. 1.6 acre lot next to 301. 9646050. 10/2 tfn or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw Registry at 338-2146 for immediate opportunities. WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
    Call 964-7204 or 964-4705 after 6 p.m. 1976 SKEETER BASS BOAT, 16.2 ft., 85 hp MOVING SALCI 14 wide mobile home, EOE. 3/12 tfn PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide. 50000.
    t 2/5 dn. .. Mercury motor SS prop.' power tilt & extras. Must 5.1Call/ Marving RN LPNi Perform insurance evaluations SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells 3 septic tanks. $45,000.
    Ift7 *nE VVOOO., .. | .... / ... .Uinv.built-in ga..IAOI.a.J'1te welroaXbox | .'* many 328.7167.3/26*Mchg" .. .. ."< tin Starke area Excellent part-tlm.lob.| FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000. "nti i. -> -

    CHAA furnished, carport porch A storage boxes $3300. 782-3510. LOOKING FOR A NEW MH? We have a ,If you can work Independently and are -1.37 ACRES State Rd. 100 East 7700. .
    storage, deep well near Keystone, 3/26 2tchg 4/2 12 X 50 with new kitchen bath, paneling qualified to draw blood call CROSBY LAKI LOT 100' x 385' 17000.
    $28,900.473.7404.3/26 Itnc ,.' GHEENE CANOE and Johnson 4 hp carpet windows, doors, etc. 1-396-5880.3119 2tpd 3/26 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'xl30' $2,750 ea.

    3/2 BRICK HOME CH8A. 2Vi\ acres Verticals motor. $550. Call 485-1564 after 6 p.m. Terms available. Call 4681323. 2/12 PEP-O FOOD MART Is now taking applications .IS ACRES HWY I8-$33,000. One mile off 301.
    6 old. Built-In appliances. 3/26 4/2
    yrs Weekdays. 2tpd TFN for full and part-time OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.
    Dishwasher carport 57500. V.ry MUST SELLI Doublewide with fireplace, cashiers. Apply at 320 S. Walnut St. IAWTEY 4 BR. 2 BA 2 story 1 Acre 100 Vrs. Old. 33000.

    3/26 easy 2tpd assumption 4/2 A terms. 964-4889. LAND FOR SALELOT many options Approx. 1400 sq. ft. Call Starke, FL / Itchg .2 RENTALS available

    George, 328.7467.3/26 1 Itchg
    3 BR. 2 BA BRICK VENEER HOME with After Hours
    1983 SCOTT DOUBLEWIDE 25 X 70. 3 BR,
    I Pauline Randolph '''.6323
    fireplace and 5 IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764 after
    garage on ocrei. ; MACHINE OPERATORS. Offer 2 weeks
    2 and andassume
    BA room. Equity
    Beautiful home. United Realty of 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn $275. Can move or paid vacation. Insurance plan. 3 paid John langford. Master Appraiser .".2291
    Starke. 964-8447 or 4733627. 3/26 tfn 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over payments holidays and profit sharing. Experience Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
    2Vt lot Call
    rent acre where It sits.
    NO QUALIFYING NECESSARY five cleared GREAT for country Randy Cory ..75.25'1I.
    to assumemortgage acres 96.-5"10.3/19 2tchg 3/26 helpful but not required. We will train. '
    on beautiful 3/2. Oeerwood living or for Investment such as mobile SACRIFICE 14 wide mobile home. My Apply In person to Lake Butler Ap.
    I Subdivision. 79900. 964-3326. 3/26 home park animal farm etc. Several loss Is your gain. Creative financing parel. 3/19 2tpd. 3/26
    Itpd making trees $28.000
    money pecan available, Call Mel 3287467. 3/26
    cash or $12OOO down and payments of
    $230 month. Stark. area, call 964-6493. Itchg
    neighbors feel like company?--then Repairs
    Orange Room Additions
    LAND OWNERS Why let 1 Home Repairs
    Pork, 2726827. 3/19 4/9 I
    4tchg your bahla pasture land lie Idle? Con R -Roof ing Electrical Repairs
    301 SOUTH: 2 stores for lease, 2750 Found ASSUME PAYMENTS: 1984 Champion
    : LARGE BASSET HOUND. tact the Sod Man. Call 964-4592. 3/5 ,
    feet and 1250 feet. Concord. 2 BR, 2 full baths, fireplace. Free Estimates *
    square square near 100 East. Call to identify 4tpd 3/26
    964-8848 or .73-3627.3/5 tfn 94.8350.3/261tpd Phone 9648531. 3/26 2tpd 4/2 '!::JJ"9 Call Fred Stafford ."'.85. 1952 polb.n.1 bully....pol'.d t.nu.

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    FAULKNER REALTY INC. 411 Madison m .:,.

    Starke Fl 32091! ,, Train lo btt a

    Located Hwy 301 -2 Blks S. SR. 100 REALTOR 964-44KD .. _.. .,,0 Accelerated

    221 W. Lafayette Street .NICE BUILDING LOT Big free :,tl v r.IAGEl1: 'i iI Realty Inc. :
    Estates Only 4 miles to Keystone. :TOUIt IUIDI. .
    LAWTEY AREA: 10 acre lots owner IIILIII 1_ SIJlVn'I'! It Phone 964-4544
    964-5069 'r -
    EJREALIOR': financing. ,ISlart locally lull hme/parl nose Train II m
    12S 2 1 BA IS
    LAWTEY BR. acres I on live airline computers. Home study I
    plus extra septic tank 60000. and resident, training. Financial aid I REALTOR"
    .W. PRATT ST.i 3/1. CH/A stove, 1 available. Job placement assistance.. [

    Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB refrig., microwave oven ceiling fan I Notional headquarters, LHP FL 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida |
    -$9BJiOOr Reduced to $36,000. A.C.T. TRAVEL. SCHOOL Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
    EVENINGS prox. 153' waterfront with owners ;J,' "::43a:30.: _. Farms CommercialNo
    REALTOR ASSOCIATES home. ,,' '" I Charge to List Your Property for Sale

    Irene I,. Faulkner 964-5142 BROOKER AREA: Approx. 237 acres ACCHtJIItO "'M"'. N H S C Call and discuss it with us.

    Lucille Spry 964.8420 of high rolling land reasonably priced
    964-7331 LOVELY BRICK HOME. Split floor plan 5 BR 2 BA, living room w/flreplace, ]
    Bobby Biggs ,... ..._______. ...F'\o.....__
    COMM. BUILDING IN CITY Just dining room large kitchen w/snack bar enclosed utility room and garage, j
    on 1 acre Call Us I j
    LAKE BUTLER Small 2 BR nice lot. Small family or welting for a happening call far .
    frame on details. TWO-STORY CEDAR HOME 3 BR, 2 BA, large living area that's great for j
    rental. entertaining 1,200 sq. ft. of porches to relax on. Let's Go Sea I

    DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME with fenced yard on 1 acre. -.-- FLORILAND LOVELY BRICK HOME ON 10.9 ACRES 4 BR, 2 BA formal living and dining j

    Nice storage building. V,449-.3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE on 1 REALTY ffl rooms, CHSA family room w/fireplace, extra large eat-in kitchen. Call I IUs
    added porch )
    Lake access
    *ON 301 7 acres with large home plus commercial \d acre family room. $29,900.I446BEAUTIFUL 964-7700 IN THE COUNTRY Spacious CB home, 3 BR 2 BA. utility room enclosed!

    building. Owner financing. BRICK HOME on 5 33 N. Temple Ave. garage, on 4.59 acres. Call and Make Appointment!

    OVER 34 ACRES with frontage on 2 roads. Less than $2.000 acres fronting US 301 with commercial Vernle P. Odom Broker-GRI BRICK HOMI 3 BR, 1oio\ BA, range and refrigerator CH8A. well 8 septic, I '

    building. Invest here! $30.500.
    PARCELS in subdivision.Well CS HOMI 3 BR. 1 BA llvlng-d.nlng-kitchen combo walk $35,000.SIT .
    2 acres. Reduced. I415--1 ACRE NICE BUILDING LOTS Joins Green .?
    FRAME 3 BR 2 BA Approximately
    on Hwy.
    elec. and septic Included. Acres. ON THE PORCH AND SWING Frame ham., 4 BR. 1 L v large living-

    ,. 25600. $7.800 each .TRAILER 12' X 7V Plus small cottage dining-kitchen area lot 100' x 420 pecan A pear trees, 20500. I

    CHURCH STREET 3 BR. 1 BA frame home. Parks Of- lot 100" X US'. DOUBLEWIDI ON 2.6 ACRES 3 BR. 2 BA, stove, refrigerator ceiling fans.)

    WESTMORELAND ST. Well kept 3 BR, 1 '/. BA, fenced yard 1 flee Mobile Building Home Complexes, Apartments and other Investments SARATOGA HEIGHTS. 3/1. CHAA. CHAA, on paved highway. 29000. I ILARCI
    Fair SPLIT FLOOR PLAN DOUBLEWIDI Great room w/corner fireplace
    landscaped 35900. for ) price.
    waiting you FISHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brick cathedral ceiling, 3 BR, 2 BA range and dishwasher CHAA on 2.7 acres, j ,
    LET US SHOW YOU this 22 acre.' tract. Beautiful land pricedat Broker CHAA. Approx 3+ .c,_. IASY LIVING MH on Hwy 16E 3 BR, 2 BA, CHAA large living room cookout -

    $1,700 per acre. Ho .-- Lorraine. Chamoion ONE ACRI A UP lots, Graham bldg., well A septic, on large lot.SELECTED .

    *24 ACRES With Ig. s id, some pasture some TROUT REALTY owner financing.ST. PROPERTIES

    wooded will split. ROAD 100 Near Keystone. Lots, I LOT ON LAKE GENIVA 100 ft. by TKf deep on water.
    110 ACRES Bradford County 13th Street N.E., Pecan Grove
    BR 2 bath house has hardwood r $2.tSO 1 up terms.
    LAKE BUTLER Nice 3 44 mi
    .3 ACRES Fronts SR 100 Near 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to sell.
    floors Ig. double garage, landscaped yard. Low 50's. 473-309. Keystone, high. MO ACRES In South Clay' County Residential-Agriculture, 17900.

    of *HWY 225 A. 1 3/4 acre building site or put mobile home. ale N. TEMPI* ... -LOTAcross from 'Weldo Flee 110 ACRES Northwest Bradford County Best water In the County.

    Cash or terms. STARKE. ru 32091 Market. 14.01 ACRES Southwest Bradford County with pecan trees and two wells, j
    4.15 AND 2.16 ACRES Two separate parcels, Near Graham zoned for MH. 1
    *APPROX. 2 MILES N. OF KEYSTONE 2 cleared building lots LAKI LOn Owner financing Available.

    or put mobile home. CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.

    RD. 230 2 BR, 1 Bath with fish pond. WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section.

    1 ACRE with well and driveway. 5 Rooms for the price of 4 Living OFFERED BRS XOT NIAR LAKI ALTO Zoned for MH.
    PROFESSIONAL SERVICES IDM HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good business location.
    *NICE BUILDING LOT In town wooded, 5000.
    HWY 301 SOUTH 5 Earlton
    acres near Beach 210 ft.
    4 ACRES with several buildings sound studio with apt. "Quality Work Low. Law Price 9 "I1**9S _,... '. highway Irontage.
    (Any Room Hell) I Scotchg.rd! COMM 1lOG. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space Priced Right.

    office very versatile. Senior Citizen Discount No Milea..
    ..ewer., .._..... PUT us TO WQRK FOR YOU 1 IIIPage I I
    *TAKE ADVANTAGE of the big price reduction on approx. MOnN. Ch. Yritesw I.-'rt. ee- a.. ..,.. MFLORIDA

    3/4-acre, 4 SR, 2 bath nice trees. CARP' CLEANING & DYE CO. ;fc: *to&'&#



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    MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK AZALEAS $2.50 each 10 for $20. Other LAKE GENEVA BR house for rent, fur.
    Mobile I Homos and spaces for rent. FRANKLIN, N.C. Scenic mountain view. plants and trees, SR 16E, 2% miles. nished. 4732455. Itchg 3/26 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile IROYHILL Queen size sleeper sofa, J
    Recreational. vehicles welcome. Phon. 2 BR furnished cottage $175 per week. David Wainwright 3/5 4 chg 3/26 MOBILE HOME$135 per month and up. homes, pools, decks, sidewalks Free floral patent, $250 excellent condition. I'
    964 7490 9/161fn 9647210. 3/26 2tpd 4/2 li.OOO BTU AIR CONDITIONER; New 473.7566.4tpd 3/26-4/16 estimates Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 473-7817. Itchg 3/26
    NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 Gllson riding mower; 1985 15' Bass 2 BR, I BA enclosed porch on Lok.John.an. tfnchg COMPOUND BOW Bear PronghornHunter :
    BA opt For ,more Information call lake FOR SALE boat w/40 hp & trailer 964-8B09. 3/26 No pets $225 month S LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. coma painted new string
    Butler Apis 4963)41 Equal Opportunity Itpd deposit. Call 904.964.4286 or 964.6100 Call The Lawn Barber 4733590. Free ready to hunt. $60. Call Bret Cole,
    Housing. 6/7 tfnchg ANTIQUE KITCHEN CABINET Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg
    with flour for appointment. Itpd 3/26 4737482. a.m..l2. Itpd 3/26
    ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 ELECTRIC GUITARS 2 KRAMER guitars sifter very nice $125. 964-6362. 3/26 2 BR, 1'/. IA MH. $225 per month. On DEEP STEAM EXTRACTION (truck NAUGAHYDI couch/sleeper and chair,
    par night From $35 per week Discount endorsed by Edward Van Halen. I yr. 1 Itchg 473.2566.3/19 3/26 mounted equipment.) C 8 B Carpet $300. queen sire bed Sealy
    Vi 2tchg
    offered/ for longer term Apply In person old"Stryker"with Hot S.ymor. Duncan 25" PHILCO CONSOLE remote control 1 acres Cleaning. Call 4737770. free estimate. Posturepedlc/ $250; Hotpolnt washer A
    Magnolia Hotel Walnut St across pickup and case $250. Also on. one year old. large oak cabinet 83 8tpd 3/12.4/30 dryer, $300. After 6 p.m. 4734004.
    from Post Office TF "Focus" model w/hardshell caw channels $350. Call 9648188. 3/26 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING 2tpd 3/26.4/2
    APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly $300. Regularly $370 and $520 at music 2tpd 4/2 House out of level?Call LaRue leveling '/4 BED mattress/box springs; 2-3/4
    decorated everything furnished. Laundry tores. Perfect condition. Call 964.6305 7 PC. PIT SOFA good condition. $250. IMS SKYLINE 14X60 MH. 2 BR, Service for all your foundation repairs* mattresses, 1 box springs: 1 rocker; 1
    facilities included. Video room or 473-4380, ask for Mark. 2/26 tfn 9648328. 3/26 Itpd bedrooms on each end S 2 BA. Call for 4737721. 6tpd 326.430MISCELLANIEOUS coffee table. 4733115. ttchg 3/26
    available Will accept one child no MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. SNAPPER RIDING LAWN MOWER pull Information. 4737410. 1.328.3710aft.r COUCH Queen size Colonial style
    pets Palms Apts 2313 N. TempleAve. $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn start $400. Contact at 964-8490 leave 5:30: p.m. 3/5 tfnchg sleeper, $200; lazy Boy Recllner, $100;
    Starke 32091) 5/1 TF CHEVY 4.4 PARTS /, Ion, anything you message 3/26 Itpd green checked recliner $150: orange
    PINE FOREST APTS. 2 & 3 BR opts, now n..d--A.lee, front or rear autotransm. FURNITURE FOR SALE See at CSC Mini HELP WANTED recliner, $75; king mattress set
    avail Call 9.5, Mon. thru Fri. 9646312. ., transfer cases, 2 differenttypes Storage, No. 23. March 26 thru 29. 3/26 PACK AT Buy sell and trade collectible w/frame-Molone, extra firm, $500
    1 8 IlnchyWAREHOUSE ; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. I Itpd TYPIST $500 weekly at home! Write: hems and antiques. Used furniture, (like new); coffee and end tables, $30
    STORAGE SPACE for rent Call 9645812. TFce $5 TOPPER Black fits Chevy's wheelbase P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth, NJ 07207. glassware, jewelry and much more. each. 413.2741.2tchg 3/26.4/2
    by 'the month. 5x10 to 10x20. 10x10 NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. with carpet Insert tinted windows FEDERAL STATE 4 CIVIL Service Jobs, Come for yourself. One mile east 4XB FLASHING heavyduty sign with letters
    $35./071 pel month. Call Ron Denmark Measures 24x36", 25 cents each. Great sliding glass, $400 FIRM. $16,707 to $59,148/year now hiring. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. $200; RCA movie disc player, 35
    964 I 13 964.6816.3/26
    tfnchg for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH Itpd Call Job Line 1.518.459.3611 Ext. 3339A 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg movies, $150; many auto parts, wheels
    LARGE PRIVATE LOT. Hwy 16 close topro.on 135 W. Call St. 9646305. 52 FORD TRACTOR $1000. Runs well and
    for listing. 24 hr. 3tpd 3/39.4/2 BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21 mist 4732931. Itpd 3/26
    Ready for mobile home. but needs work. Call
    your 964.4604 after 5p.m.
    ROLLS OF HAY: 2520. All hay under VETERINARY ASSISTANT responsible North. Sunday afternoon 2-5 and
    1468.1323.2/12 tfn .
    large barn on west side of Hwy 16 3/26 Itpd Individual for Saturday at 7 Public Invited. 3/5
    challenging opportunity. p.m. YARD SALES
    14 WIDE
    FURNISHED MH central heat & about miles
    7 north of Starke toward tfnchg
    AC $250 per month plus deposit prison. Order your hay and leave It NOTICE Transportation essential Duties include TRINITY PAINTING t ROOFING CO. .
    but limited kennel work
    not to, ,
    1468 1 1323 2/12 tin PORCH SALE March 2728. HouseholdItems
    under born until need
    my you It. Free estimates All work .
    assisting doctor. Hours 7:30: a.m.-3.30: guaranteed.No
    2 BR FURNISHED quiet neighborhood.Hwy shop lumber 4 Michelintires.
    Delivery available at extra charge. Arthur p.m. dally except Sunday. Reply by let job too large or small. Quality first \
    16i mile from city 4681323. Gasklns 782.3727 9646167. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Rt. 100 Hallman Rd. 7408. Itpd
    or and finest. Phone 475-2126 323-7251 1
    ter. Keystone Heights Animal Hospital or 3/26 \
    2 121fnRENTALS 10/30 to the Bradford County
    AVAILABLE. 2/1 house with HAY ALICIA tfnchg $25 per roll at farm. Telegraph office In writing and paid In 7344 State Road 100 KH., FL 32656. 4tpd 3/26.4/16 SATURDAY MARCH 21 9-5 corner of
    yard. 1 BR, 1 BA opt., $165. Tiffin S Delivery available. 7 miles west of advance unless credit Is already 3/26 I'nchgP..RT.TlME Live Oak Ave 8 Creole St. Plants, 110
    Owens Lie Real Estate Brokers, Stark. on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklns. established with this office. DOCTOR'S ASSISTANCE for HOMES FOR SALE gal. kerosene tank misc. household
    964 5065. / Itchg 964-8336. 11/13 tfnchg THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD chiropractic treatment clinic. Experience Items. Itpd 3/26
    RETAIL OFFICE or Storage space. V.ry CUSTOM BUILT POOL DECK, with seat RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN helpful but not necessary. SATURDAY MARCH 21.2 family mov
    rompetltive rent. Tiffin, & Owens, Lie and IHP pool pump sand filter CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Will train qualified person. For appointment KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR. 2 BA, CB ing. 1 1325 Polntvlew Rd. Refrigerator,
    Real Estate Brokers, 9645065. 3/26 vacuum system. Deck can be used for THE TELEPHONE. for Interview phone house, one block from schools, baby Items, women's size 6 and 9
    'Iclig lumber, all treated $1500 OBO. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY, 473.2865 between hours of I p.m. and 55000. Make offer. C.B. Isaac Realty. clothes. Itpd 3/26
    3 BR, 1 BA DOUBLEWIDE on 5 acres. 964-6936 anytime, Skippy Crawford. NOON prior to Thursday publication. 3 p.m. Bring resume 3/26 2tchg 4/2 475.2199.3/5 tfnchgBY SATURDAY MARCH 21.9 a.m. Clothes,
    Washer/dryer hook-up, $245 a month 3/192tchg 3/26 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 OWNER 3 BR, 1 BA cement block household Items toys Cosco Jenny
    plus deposit Call 744-2911 I or after 5p.m. KING SIZE BED with headboard $250 or then 15 cents for each word thereafter REAL ESTATE w/fireplace washer, dryer stove, Llnd baby crib with mattress, $60; Jenny -
    Assume 10 ,
    Call 744.2596. 3/12 3tpd 3/26 best offer. Call 964-8092 ask for Deb refrigerator. % mortgage Lind high chair $25; dressing table,
    of $289.51, balance of
    3 ROOM APT. 2nd floor payments mtg. $20. Fairway Ave. 4732283. Itpd 3/26
    no pets bie. 3/19 2tchg 3/26 APPROXIMATELY 75X100 fenced lot. 1 $27,700. Down payment $5,000
    per month Phone 964 8498. 3/19 4tchg LARGE GREEN SOFA very good condition BR 1 BA mobile home, carport, enclosed balance $32.700.473.7619. 4tpd 3/5.26
    4/9 $35. Call 9646493. 3/19 4to| 4/9 REAL ESTATE porch furnished. Hilltop St. 4BR 2'/i BA screened pool and patio NOTICE
    MH ON LOT with shade locatedon
    trees SIGNS. HALF PRICE Save 55% 11 I large .
    4734348. 2tpd 3/26-4/2 brick home, 200 It on road near
    Griffis Loop. 468.2374 after 6 p.m. flashing $2991 Lighted FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
    arrow sign non- OVER S'/t ACRES 4 lots on Casline schools, owner finance $109000.%
    Immediate Occupancy. 3/19 2tchg 3/26 arrow $2891 Unlighted $2491 Free Letters Road. $2500 acre for all.473.4348.2tpd down. Call 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 4tpd to the lake Region Monitor office
    TWO BR HOUSE $200 per month $100 See locally. Call today! Factory 3/5.26 In writing and paid In advance
    depooit." 964-8704 after 5 p.m. or direct: 1.800.423.0163 anytime Icon wooded High PRICE REDUCED, excellent building lot. GENEVA SPRINGS CONDO UNITS We unless credit Is already establishedwith
    dry lots. Mobile home, cabin,
    anytime on weekends 3/26 2tchg 4/2 87.96 Close to lake. Priced to sell quick. this oHIce.MONITOR .
    O.K. and have two for sale, both own.r.looklngfor
    TRAILER FOR RENT: Lost Valley Cam STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory direct camping Hunting fishing. United Realty of Starke, 9648447.122 No STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
    $5,430 w$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. offers. Call to see today
    964.5760. 3/26 1 tfnchg RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
    specials. offer will be refused. Both
    ((904)) 236.4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 reasonable
    3 BR, 2 BA BRICK HOME at Country Club 30x40x12 NOW $3.995.0040x75x14 eves 2/1216tehg 5/28 units have 2 BR and kitchen equipped CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
    fireplace. garage, den. $450 per $7,995.0050x100x15 CARS, TRUCKS woodburning stoves and family room. THE TELEPHONE.
    month 964 8809. 3/26 Itpd $12.695.00 & BOATS Priced at $49,900 and 52000. Watson Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. priorto
    1 BR, 1 BA APT., $235 per month Includes Discounted for Immediate purchase and PERSONALSA Realty Corp. Realtors. 4734816. Itchg Thursday publication.
    electric On 301 between Starke delivery. Call 2143423668. American 3/26 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50
    8 Waldo 468.I 735 evenings S States Building Systems, fcan 87.99 WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. 1955 MERCURY Montclair /t restored SWAN LAKE ACCESS Concrete block 3 then 15 cents for each word thereafter
    weekends 3/26 Itpd PIANO FOR SALE. Assume small monthly Australian, European Scandinavian new motor. $1,000 o.b.o. 4732931. BR, 2 BA, CH/A equipped kitchen car
    RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month payment on modern style piano high school exchange students arrivingIn Itpd 3/26 screened porch utility building, LOST & FOUND
    and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker. like new condition. Can be seen local August. Become a host family for 1967 TRIUMPH Spitfire (rare), $200 r.ort. lot. 43500. R.T. Lovorn, Realtor,
    Owner at 964-5069 or 964.4048 TF ly. Please call. Manager American Intercultural Student Exchange o.b.o. 4732931. Itpd 3/26 473-3254 ask for Aggie Rolin. Itchg FOUND MARCH 20 Melrose, Baker
    FURNISHED efficiencies 8 mobile' homes 18003673140. fcan 87-93 Call I-800-SIBLING Icon 3/26 Road. Black and white Pointer, female,
    ,inside city weekly 8 monthly. JO LU TOMATO-PEPPER PLANTS. Cherry Better 87-100 friendly pet. 473.2655.Tim's .
    Motel & MH Park 964.8810. 6/5 TF Boy & Walter. Wholesale or retail. New Homes
    12x65 MOBILE HOME: 3 BR on 1 acre lot. Call Reed Farm 4682539. 3/26 2tchg CAMPERS OR
    $250 per month 9644238. 1/29 tIn 4/2 ADDITIONSReModeling
    CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS live near 2-070x14 AND 2-G60x14 TIRES. Less TRAVEL TRAILERS Custom Cabinets
    youi. work. We have a mobile home to than 1.000 miles on tires. $150 for all.
    *N.w Construction *R_mo< _ling!
    need. Call
    suit your every us 964.4563 after 5 3/26 2tchg 4/2
    p.m. 1984 CHATEAU MARK V, 33 ft., loaded.
    1-468.1323.2/12 tfn STANDARD GELDING WITH PAPERS QUALITY WORKAffordable *Cabtne *TiU *Clllngs
    SMALL HOUSE ON SILVER LAKE furnish 9000. Call 964-5318 or 7823786. 3/5
    good breed line, $600 OBO. AKC Male Free Estimates
    ed. 1 BR. fireplace AC $275 per month Poodle, $40. 964-8898 call after 6:30 tfnchg WorkState
    12 month lease. Call collect ) Call Tim
    6- ((904) p.m. weekdays. 3/26Itchg Thompson
    246-4160.3112 4tchg 4/2 WANTED Licensed 964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves.
    2 BR HOUSE refrigerator stove.
    DowVltown. $325 per month $100 473-2279

    deposit 9644990. 3/26ltpd ROOMMATE: Looking for someone to
    HOUSE. FURNISHED 1 BR LR, kitchen BRING YOUR PARCELS .share BR mobile home. 3 miles out.
    and bath 964.7625.3/26 Itpd $150 per month. 964.6658.3/26ltpd Boree, Ltd.
    1 BR APT.. walled patio air conditioned TO
    partially furnished carpets & drapes. ----.----
    -fLAWTEY ,
    964 8601 before 9:30: a.m. 3/26 tfn ;
    2 BR APT.. central heat & air. Whirlpool SATELLITE ROOMING
    5 8 W Discount Auto Parts
    appliances off street parking laundry BROADWAY & WALTERS'TREE
    fans all HWY 301 N. LAWTEY I
    storage' room patio ceiling
    Hwy- 301 North of Starke
    8. 964.8601
    rooms carpets drapes FOR PICKUPBY HOUSE
    before 9'30 a.m. 3/2611n Removal 8.6 Mon. thru Fri. Sat. 8.4 Sun. 10-3
    2 BEDROOM I'/'' both, CHSA. carpet UPS OR 3 blocks to Univ. of Fla.
    largo screen porch. R.M. Hunt Trimming
    964 5356. 3/26 l Itpd COMMON CARRIER Furnished, Utilites/ paid Stump Removal

    $145 mo. & up. Firewood 4

    964-7100 Free Estimate

    David Lawson Paint & Body Shop A________ 473.7097 473-7679

    Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR After 5 P.M.

    BRADFORD Keystone Heights
    229 NW 28th St. 9646133'TPN Licensed & Insured Painting & Roof Co.

    Hose Free Estimates

    SALES \ Phone 473.2126a

    1 782.3172 c.o e'.AI"J h ALL WORK GUARANTEED

    glQ Gte'i'i l 9761


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    1238 Blanding Boulevard ReBuildersCulverts InstallationFree

    Orange Park, Florida 32073 InstalledFill Estimates CYPRESS MULCH. j

    Dirt & Top Soil and
    Located 4 Miles North of Middleburg 473.2438

    964-5414 OWNERS PINE BARK

    If No Answer You pick-up or We Deliver
    & Vickie
    Kevin; Gown
    Call Collect 272.0625 964-8010 P O. Box 502 Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

    12 Doublewides To Choose From Keystone H,' "". Florida 326M

    728 sq. ft. to 2,128 sq. ft. Cypress Lumber

    FHA FinancingVA 964-6649-

    No DownIn Eunice's Tractor Service 30C DOC. 3MC 9OC 3PC 90C

    House On The Spot Financing *Disking """ $I1! im

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    7 Yr. Service Sentry -

    With PurchaseIf I -

    ,Plumbing Supplies From ..

    Durrance & Supply -Our Special-
    I you purchase a mobile home from any of our I

    competitors and bring In the invoice for us to see, We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State licensed 1,000 Business Cards

    we will give you $50 worth of groceriesIf ..UJJQl North, 164 N..!-. .1'le Av..,Starke 964/U6 I .TF

    you purchase a mobile home from us, we will Raised Letters, Black Ink

    give you $500 worth of groceries. $1895

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    ruR in SECTION March 26.10N7

    "HOWS GROWING THE TIIItOUGHTEF.NAGERIIOOII FAMILY?" l Brooker News Drug-Alcohol Abuse,Topicof I I

    TOGETHERBy BH Auxiliary Meeting :
    Rev. Ed Kirkland Church ActivityThe and daughters Holly and Kathy of I
    u Al ,
    convinced that teenagers are a separate breed all to their own. Christian Fellowship lun- Jacksonville\ were the Saturday The Bradford Hospital Auxiliaryheld mil presentation which elided with great a 20questionquiz response
    of Edna
    I'm Mrs. Harrell.
    held in the
    I scheduled to be
    what m cheon is Monday I
    roof know exactly meeting ,
    Those of you who have one living under your In the afternoon Mrs. Harrell joined a general from the Auxilians. De utyAderholt's
    you've never had to deal with the kind of Fellowship Hall of the Brooker Baptist March 16 at the Western Steer educationaland
    good both
    Chances are talk
    about. was
    the Fussell for
    talking family a trip over
    of Church Thursday, March 26, at Wilma Jean
    and have been faced with since, out desperation Restaurant with Mrs and was concluded
    situations questions you to Keystone Heights where they thought-provoking
    the first time in the family medical guide. 12 noon. Everyone is invited to Terry presiding. and
    looked "puberty" dinner with a lively question
    you up were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
    food and in of
    of join theme
    dish the
    For treatment it probably said, "good luck". come. Bring a Johnny Fussell. St, Patrick's Day was answer period.Mr. .
    the fellowship and singing with table decorations
    lunch. Mrs. Veletta Lovelace of Orange favors meeting and cake dessert provided by .Tim Rearick administrator of
    My suggestion for with this wonderful period of your life as a Park was the Tuesday dinner guestof Mrs. Terry. Bradford Hospital, invited all
    parent is a bit coring I think you'll agree it makes more Around Town Mrs. Edna Harrell. Mrs. Joan Hall, program chair.man. members of the Auxiliary to attend
    down-to-earth sense out of the whole situation. Simply go ahead and admit Mrs. Ellen Godwin enjoyed a birthday introduced David Aderholt. of the "Grand Opening" celebrationfor
    !your kids are driving you crazy. Do you still love"them? Of course you luncheon in her honor at the Mrs. Mildred Green, Mrs. Lula the Bradford County Sheriff's the new hospital, to be held
    do. But, they're probably still driving you nuts. The sooner you admit it, home of her son, Danny Buckland, in Mae Baxter and Mrs. Sue Davis Department who -spoke on"DrugAlcohol Saturday, March 28. Attending Aux-
    asked their
    were the Sunday afternoon guests of ilians are to .wear
    feel better.But .
    the sooner you' last Mrs Good-
    Gainesville\ Sunday. Mrs. Theney Freeman in Perry. Abuse", highlighting uniforms to the festivities. I
    win said she had a wonderful time I
    you need to remember that they're driving themselves crazy too. and received several nice gifts but Miscellaneous ShowerA
    Why? Because they don't understand what's going On either. Suddenly, would not give us her age. Those present FOR SALE I
    who calls for a date. shower honoring Diann Tetstonewas
    doing good in school isn't nearly as important as
    Wearing the latest fashion has become more important than life itself. Gail,for Amy the and occasion Joey were Buckland Danny of, held at 7:30: p.m. Monday at the Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work t
    Keep in mind they've never been a teenager before. They have no pattern and Godwin of home of Mrs. Sherrie Ellis in
    to guide them. It's all a brand new experience. And even though that can Gainesville Brooker.Mr. Judy Brooker. Diann, the daughter of Mr. Backhoe, Bulldozer I
    be a lot of fun, it's also frightening at times. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone of Brooker, ,;2.IFN 964-6182-964-J I
    is the bride-elect of Joe Ellington of .
    and Mrs. Russell Green were
    their child (and mom and dad) survive Graham.
    Since every parent wants to help both patients for some time in the
    "teenager-hood", it's essential that you keep them talking to you. Hospital in The living room and the refresh.
    North Florida Regional
    When the bridge of communication breaks down, the really big problems Green returned ment table were beautifully
    Gainesville.\ Mr. Ads
    begin. Because when the lines aren't open between you, they fail to get home last week. Mrs. Green will remain decorated in blue and silver Several rUnion County ;
    the guidance they desperately need. After all you've been through it once in the hospital for several games were enjoyed by the guests
    with Patty Lefevers winning a prize.
    before.If .
    more days undergoing treatment After opening the gifts,

    can remember that, and are willing to accept the process of role after surgery.Mr. refreshments of mints, nuts, cake COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INSURANCE r..
    changing that both you and your son or daughter are experiencing, you and Mrs. Bill Finuean of and punch were served to the guests. RENTLEASEOFFICE
    come out of it together. If you attack everything they do or say,you'llcut The wedding is planned for April 4, MAINES INSURANCE AGENCYI 25 E.
    can them off. Take some time to listen and remember how many things Starke Mrs. Evon Siddal of Aikens 1987 at 7 p.m. in the Church of God in Main Street Lak. Butler. 4963978.
    didn't understand during this period. This will help you move closerto SC and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fussell Brooker. AND WAREHOUSI SPACE Compl.t.lnsurence Service. 4/10 tin
    you Located in Union County Timesbuilding.
    the role of "friend" you must eventually assume when they become Coll for Information.

    adults. I Museum Recaptures Pioneer DaysSee 4962261. tin FOR RENT (

    Make a point to grow through this periocltogether. And, make a priorityto HELP WANTED
    guide your teenager without pushing or shoving. Then you can help how Florida's pioneers used to One demonstrator will show how OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE It
    him or her reach their full potential in life. As a parent that's exactly make clothes, soap and toys at the to make a "whizzer" toy from a button locat.d in Union County Times Buildingat i
    what you should want to do. Florida State Museum's Super and twine while another will give TYPISTS S500 weakly at home) Write 150 West Main. Call 496-2261 for I'
    Saturday Pioneer Day this Satur- away samples of homemade soap. P.O. Box 975, Elizabeth, NJ 07207. 2/19 more Information. tin
    day, March 28, from 10 a.m. to noon. Free and open to the public, this Btpd. 49CAREER CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely furnished I
    Rev. Ed Kirkland Is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church at With help from experts, parents Super Saturday is designed for OPPORTUNITY FOR SEWING all electric, c.ntral heat and
    Kingsley Lake. To have a question about your family answered you may and their children can learn how to children first grade or older with MACHINE OPERATORS. Offer 2 w..k. air private paved road, laundry and
    call his office at 533-2018 or write to: How's The Family?, Kingsley Lake spin wool. their parents. Explore your world today paid vacation. Insurance plan, 3 paid park playground. Near schools, hasp.,
    Baptist Church 6337 Seminole St.. Starke, FL. 32091. Each child may bring a white cotton at the Florida State Museum. holidays and profit sharing. Experience state fuclllties. PINES SR-121 east Lake
    t-shirt to dye in several colors For more information, call 3921721. helpful but not required.W.will train. Butler. Call 4962366. Two children
    such as yellow and blue inks made Apply in Person to lake Butler Ap- max.. and no pets, chg/tfn 3/19
    from onion skins and Indigo plants. pare). 3/19 2tchg. 3/26 SMALL TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME In
    country. $130 a month. Coll 4962600.
    tfn/chg. 3/5 "
    CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental i
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    PINES SR121, just th'--f SRIOO In 1<
    Lake Butler Coll 4962366. tfn/chg.
    3/19 <


    NETTLES TREE SERVICE All type. tree
    work. Call Thomas Nettles at 496.3683.
    _tfn/chg. 2/26 )
    KEYSTONE FENCE CO., Experienced in I
    chain link & all type fencing. Free i ihUmat.
    ... Residential Commercial.
    Industrial, Recreational and Privacy.
    Fence Repairs. Give us a try. MC &
    Visa. 473.4240 or 473.7987 after 6 p.m.



    12'. '$' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom. 1
    1/2 bath central heat and air. Must
    see to appreciate. $6,000. Call
    .. .
    496-007. tWchtj. 3/19 "
    i 1985 FLEETWOOD 14'x64"Two'bedroom1,
    2 bath. Central heat and air.Call for in
    formation. 494-2591, after 5 p.m.
    Hn/chg. 4/2 I


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    Mr. Spa product presentation and entered our contest, Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50.

    you won't allow yourself to buy an inferior spa for more th.n 15 cents for each word thereafter.

    money. Come and see how you can get the Best Built, REAL ESTATE

    e Best Looking, Best Priced, Most Energy Efficient .

    portable spa for 1987 for less and Save. At this "Special LOOKING? If FOR I don't A SPECIAL have it,PIECE I'll' find OF it-PROPERTY Just

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    Galen Hall Speaks in Starke

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    Lawn & Garden Professionals

    was the night of the Gator 'as was a very good recruiting class," secretary Melba Johnson, treasurer 539 Call
    Head Coach Galen Hall held a crowdof said the coach. But Hall cautioned Marty Barry. LORIOA Street Starke
    230 Gator fans enthralled as he against putting too much pressureon Outgoing president Chapman was PEST Ca11964.5745
    talked about the University of the incoming freshman, who, he presented a desk and pen set with a ONTROI
    Florida football team and answered said, should be allowed to mature Gator logo. Open 8-6 M on..Sat.lOVdES110RO.
    questions to their heart's content and grow into college football Coach Hall, who got a standing p1YY0p
    Saturday night. players ovation when he arrived and when
    The occasion was the annual Few freshmen can' play college he finished speaking, termed the
    Galen Hall banquet sponsored by the football Hall said. Freshman can Starke Gator QB Club "...one of the PRCESN
    Starke Gator Quarterback Club held more often play in the skill positions, better club's around." Other outgo-
    this year at the new National Guard such as wideouts and running backs.It ing officers were VP'Larry White,
    Armory in Camp Blanding. is rare for a down lineman to playas Sec Ada Reddish, Treas. Marty
    Introduced by avid Gator ad- a freshman Hall said., Barry Program chairman was Jim-
    vocator Jimmy Reddish.Coach Hall Highly touted running back Em- my Reddish, trip coordinator Larry \(
    began by introducing Gator Assis melt Smith from Pensacola may be White, membership director was
    tant Coach Bo Bayer, the director of the exception to the rule, Hall said Della Rosenberg, and telephone
    recruiting and high school coor- Smith has the skills to play as a chairman Ruth Merlie.and Margie \
    dinator. The UF cheerleaders didn't freshman. Although speed is his Thomson, and publicity chairman
    show, as expected, probably, forte,Smith runs with a wide stance, Cecelia Terwillegar
    because of the basketball team's trip has extraordinary balance, and There were no losses Saturday Toro 8-32
    to New Jersey. breaks away from tackles Hall said. night. The faithful hope 19117 will be
    Coach Hall also introduced Gator UF needed down linemen and the year of the Gator The No. 1 Consumer

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    kicking specialist John David Fran- "When this class grows up and
    cis, and his parents, Charlene and joins the current freshman class, UF
    Charles Francis. will have a very good football
    "Very, very disappointed las team," Hall said.
    fall,"- at the 6-5 Gator 1986 record Hall expressed optimism about
    Coach Hall began his speech. "Whatwe the Fall of 1987, but pointed out, "I f; ,
    were afraid of finally caught up was that way last year and look whatit -t '' KEYSTONE
    with us," Hall said,pointing out that got us. f STARKE / SR 21 North
    " under sanctions placed by the National Main problem: the lounger US 30' South
    Collegiate Athletic Association Gators have to grow up an HOURS
    (NCAA under which theGatorshad ? needed depth. '' I X00 Heat ,; x 1:30.7 pmt
    'only 31 scholarships >to'sign UF has--pi-o.c.. "Out Mft1I 4tt< g- on.Sat.Sun. .
    players while opponents were to sign players, such as QB Kerwin Bell, a 8.30: U7 pm O SO '' %
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    5849 scholarship players. Heisman trophy candidate; tackle
    David Williams, outside linebacker Mon.Sat.Sun .
    The starting UF players were as
    good as anybody's but the depth Clifford Charlton, or defensive back 106Thompson
    finally took its toll,Coach Hall said. Jarvis Williams. r
    Plus, the Gators weren't on televi- Hall feels good about the Gator
    sion, which also hurt recruiting. kicking game with John David Fran-
    But the Head Gator said he is cis and Robert McGinty. The pun-
    "...very proud of the way the team ting game, "I don't know," said
    responded last fall. UF lost four Hall.
    straight, then came back to win five Hall arrived at the banquet about
    of their last six games, including 8:15: p.m.;after a quick shower and a
    back-to-back wins over Auburn and fast trip following a two hour spring
    Georgia. practice. He invited the Gator loyals
    "I think we can build on that. I to the April 11 spring game, promis-
    think it helped us in a lot of ways," ing it will be very competitive.The .
    said Coach Hall. Gator goal: to win the
    UF has a lot going for it in Southeastern Conference championship i I v U I o t I ;
    recruiting, Hall said: 1) UF has a Hall said. '
    good academic reputation and Hall promises a competitive team
    meets all AAU standards and 2) the this fall, .and said the players will SeedlessGrapes California Red or Golden Del.Apples Fresh Blockeye California
    Gators will be allowed on televisionthis play hard.Nothing
    fall. Nectarines Peas Avocadoes
    much"I think as seven we might games.be" Hall on TV said as, "There's nothing greater than a 99Ib. 69 $19 19 894 2 / $ 300

    metioning possibly the Miami, LSU, Gator," shouted outgoing Gator QB Ib. Slbbaa .
    Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, and Club President Cliff Chapman, who
    Kentucky games. turned the leadership of the club 1 I I 6
    UF signed 32 players to scholar- over to incoming President Tarry
    ships, Hall pointed out. "I think it White.
    signed 14,nine defensive and five of- Other new Gator QB Club officersare
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    Hospital in Starke. Stop by March 28, from --:",
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