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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The temperature failed to drop as low as predicted Wednesday Hard N_.. . .. .. . .1.',
morning TV-*reported at noon Wednesday that the early morning Editorial Pag*. . .. . .. .4A
temperataure dropped to 34 at the airport and 35 in Gainesville. Th. Social Scana . .. .. ..8SASparti
Tallahassee was 29.and Atlanta set a record low with an 18. . . .. .. . .. .',!OALagali
Thursday morning Is expected to see a low in the 30-33 range, .. . .. . .. .. .I
with clear skies. North winds 10-15 mph, diminishing during the
day SECTION Bi 12 papa I

The extended outlook calls for partly cloudy skies Friday, with a Hospital Op.ru . . . .1.4B '
chance of rain.Clear and cool Saturday and Sunday.Temperatures Promotion . . . . .. SB I',
from mid-30'* to high Ws Saturday and Sunday. Antique Show . . . . 2B y ,(:4
February rainfall: the >>year average is 3.48 inches. In 1986, Open Hart.Show . ..4B .
Jan. rainfall.. 4.07 Inches Feb. 5.6 Inches. Now .rl..... . . . .2.121 r i J' r.1 1 I-' I J f wren
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Average rainfall for the past 30 years are: January 2.8 Inches; ClaitlflMi Ad B-IOB I\1"1 tf[
February 3.53 inches March 3.96 inches and April 3.23 Inches. Area Daatht.. . ..... . 7B
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1fItVd 14eo More Complaints Filed Against- .. Alderman in Property DealsProblems I


continue to mount for 23 arrest.Bis: .JIIIrBigmrmrtt3Itmilltlltle unmisumfawsntlKa the Fund;; accor-

Bill Alderman, owner of Bradford Correction! scheduled on meet fwoakis Ctnmitt dlJ1qtmtthUPlV complaint.HHa .
Title and Abstract Co., with the Court docket vwthiitfa !bad mitt team ; ploumn,. Fortune Savings
Benefit Dance... March 27 filing of two sworn In an article printed May 26 and entitled, "Alderman Arrested on 11 made up at press!lime. 5ienmrptmting i a jury trial
criminal complaints by Assistant Counts of Grant Theft,Bad Checks," The Telegraph incorrectly stated
The Bradford High School State Attorney s Investigator Wiley that attorney "Terence Brown is named in the Indictment because of Civil Suit.. 11 KafOoET CbmpCaints_

Spanish Honor Society is holding a Clark, and a March 26 civil com his association with Alderman." A civil society benefit dance tomorrow plaint filed by Fortune Savings In the distillation of the information on the matter, the term"indict- by Fortune SaumEB: IBank, aUhtfps n. l Duauiinmimm turnedhimself into
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Guard Armory.Tickets The above actions are the result of have been used. tune Savings:Bank wtfmtihMHnKttunn- was _bid! ora the II counts of
can be purchased from two landowners, Joseph and Mary Mr. Brown is named In a civil complaint in connection with a land ,ed downlarimauffuuentCumtiB.AldermanJoBtliiiEluimwettDsiflUtti. gpamtl IteCHny and)bad)! checks. He
dub members or by calling the Feagle and Joan Chitty, refinancing transaction handled by Bill Alderman, for which Brown acted an was self om his own
school at 9644092. existing mortgages, held by Fortune agent for title insurance. Brown is not charged in a criminal action, : : : neimgnizanm ttw Judge GeorgeDlielweanleecriminafcharges
Savings Bank.Criminal nor has he been sued in the civil matter. tie insurance The Telegraph apologizes for any embarassment the article, as Clark said. In(this limtlanac: : un- in- I

Pageant Tickets... Complaints... written, may have caused Mr. Brown. surance 'was umderwnttten toy At attutb; ttte alleged!! grand)! theft of

Tickets for the "Strawberries- In the two sworn criminal complaints -The Editor torneys'Title InHuraiuJE ffUmti' ,Hie. IC'ajtirzu.stiU!unaccounted for;.accordtng
filed March 27, it is allegedthat The civil complaint mamea dim: iroflurance On investigator Clark p: fiveaminOB
Silver Edition the 25th annual
held trust and Alderman has net been iIii
Strawberry Beauty Pageant set $35,925 was given Alderman in amounts to be in paid charged 11 'company jointly vtMtttiAUnap- off passing:worthlesschecks
to Fortune Savings Bank comthe March 27 sworn complaints. e In tibia Unreal : -
transaction and $19,332 upon man. case, arttamay'h :
and the Junior the Feagle SinrAM
April 4 sponsored by I
maB.-P-o
Woman's Club of Starke. are on in the Chitty transaction, both pletion of the transaction. has not been arraigned on a Marcl Eugene:Shaw was anti g SOB a t little ( ,

sale at Mitchell's Drug Store, Denmark .
Furniture and Bradford 2 I

Square Williams Jewelry. Price: k Francis
SX50 adults, $3 children. I



Wheels for Life...
ReturnsTo
-Wheels for Life" BikeATbonis ar
set 9 a.m. to noon Saturday f
April 4.at the high school track.
Sponsored the Kiwanis Club of
Slarke. the ride will benefit the BHS
SLJude Children's Research
Hospital. A KMspeed bike will be
donated to the rider collecting the Uet&xam administrator Charles
meet money. If you would like to ffbamnss is ramming! July t to. begmnmga -
ride in the Bike-A-Thon call Rev. l off Bradford High School: .
Jerry Patton 964-7937 or 9647256. RUE tmrdt ttaur off duty there
QiEDsntt BBS principal, Dr. AIabHter
;, I Has submitted: his resigna

Rural-Urban Day... ttnm Sumt. Jim Duncan: told: theaottnoll
booed!Monday.nighty March
The Starke Rotary Club will host 4 ._l :310. ffliptt. Duncan recommended
its annual Rural-Urban Day Fried fftemuiB are off few administrators

Chicken Dinner. Wednesday April ; r Wli1J.DJfPtmtlJilPcm:thetmigh BHS job.
..starting at noon at the Bradford 1 tmmtgiJImP Rbdttm:.
fairgrounds on US-301 north. S3 per -ui- : mtt.. JIbtti Ir IK cmnplBtingr hift second.

plate dona p Benefit: Rotary .wuratt BH3i. Hff eenend
Scholarship Fund. BID1UIIJcmn=mtt.lfadhe:
a muxfl lyesVDu.Rotheawouldhave
faun eligible far a multiyear con

Fish Fry... tmntt.
3ujjtt.nuncam agreed!with: the re-
A fish fry to benefit the BAS 1 tnuott off Sattooll Board! Member Len

Marching Band sponsored by Band Sally: )looteaC I whether to fill
Boosters is set Friday April. 10, r a Vbamns>!ssaucr iC position direc1bJr0l9l11dimUSIDIIlmIS.ora&8lgn :-
from 11:30 ajn. to C:30: p.m.at the t { the'duties

fairgonmds and in front of Bradford tn> iuiuuiw current: district

. High School.:..Donation: 93.50.!: ., .dladhomalhatu L.


Who'll Wear the New Strawberry Queen's Crown...? OnnKW History_

banns;will]start his 30U/ year in:
Square Dance... One of these beautiful Bradford girls will wear the 1987-88 Strawberry M Davld, Mindy Hersey Maria Thomas Pam Clank Lilly aUllJlllllio! tttvOfiadtbedlsahoolIsystem: this fall..

dance lessons Queen's crown, held by current Queen Shilyn Chaff, after a competitionset Sherri Gaskins, Terri Fender. Bte !tters from Tennessee in
DBmc
available Square are Saturday night, April 4 at 7 p.m. Second row- Lisa Mitchell. Tammy Morrow, (Queen Shilynn! CtuOC, history. and: coached
' each Thursday evening, Allison Denmark Stephanie King Rita Geddes. JHBL ttBigmt
7:>>9:30.at the Civil Defense motttaill and!!Baseball fear!5 years..
The contestants are (l-r) by row: Third row, at topLeanna Barfield.Jennifer:O..o.lDonna BjmglriK. ffteunufe appointed
was
in the On laiEC
Fair Grounds.
Building Front row (2 standing and the rest seated Brenda Bawek, Donna Alison Ivey, Jackie Davis, Jeanna Andrews,Laurie Whittihad. off Elementary
-Plus
Level" instruction is jpnmnpall Hamptoro
available each Tuesday in the and! ibis been am administrator
Kingstey Lake Civic Center from !simiK.fftar2a JJUl'5l> lwwas principalatt

WO p.m..with Ken Perez caller. Fair For Five-Day Run various,onunt? schools,.HE,.BELJHE.
For additional information call County Opens Tuesday .andiBH&aewasfrstprincipalaeaffiSt3fgT'i.anrfserved
964-7965. a tour at
IQBSimW.Sinael8TFtanchhassum

BUS Alums... The 37th edition of the Bradford Millard Brown painted the inside of to-one walking critiques by Mrs. 5 p.nu:z Midway beef By J tipens.iJtmw. on tthrdiBteict office as direottnr I
7:30 :
Shan Johns Junior Club member p.m:
the CD buildin a off and!director stu
praaonnell
to this Tuesday
County Fair is set (
open /
JFmminuB TEroi
and 9
Next meeting of the Alumni and former Strawberry Queen. 7 p.m. yiaa. I
April 7, for a five-day run All 106 exhibit stalls are rented. .
Association of Bradford High is set and the Fabulous aPqpTfani: d1mt11111S.II1hrm
through Saturday April 11, with United Shows, the midway group, fimmeir SiiptL Tom Casey
May The 7 Board in the of BHS Directors library.meets at some 25,000 people expected to visit is providing the entertainment Friday Rural-Urban Day... two 8 and shows.9:30p.m.::331ue6i meNlg! ttt, aRtiindt.VHamnss I andl! current Supt..
the fairgrounds on US-301 north of night. Plus, the world's record The Starke Rotary Club will be 2 shows "$outhtmnJP.li! e:" Rum muntam! : both: sought theinyp
4 The ,
general meeting is at 7
p.m.. Starke. fire eater, Phenious Top from prepared to serve 1,200 chicken dinners J tfffii' fi fV/L, Duncan won; the

p.m."B".Books Advance fair ride tickets are on Dunellon, will perform between Wednesday, April 8, at $3 per Thursday. April 9k= finmnfl. elBctionn! by 203: votes and
are on sale atMikbdl.s sale for half price, two for $1. Ride other shows. He does ventriloquism, plate. The proceeds from the dinner Wept3'taneisotimthewumty; office.
Drug Store and the tickets at the fair will be $1. At the magic, music, and juggling.The support scholarships and other :Noan:1rap euththtl3nuUdinrapel8.
Chamber of Commerce for $5; or charities. % p.m.:: Mldway(opens. fAt 11Pewt Liite gJpt..
Bradford Fair, it will be one ticket Rotary
can be gotten by writing the BBS fairgrounds and midway will from 7 p.m.-:: Bradford-Dunn: ; ]
Alumni Association,581 N.Temple per ride, no matter what is printedon open at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, Tickets may be purchased the Farmers FFA Steer.Bb_. Tlte naw adtanmstratLve line-up
the ticket the Chamber Rotarians, or at the'scltoot: board
says. was annmoedl by ,
Avenue.Starke.FL 32091. although the official opening will be 7:30 p.m. ;and 930 )tpan.-i O ffgfl
Take
Tickets are on sale through Friday Market on Wednesday. out 1 3CimlkintUlwit t little discussion
8.The WSfflUC BUotUB
at Wednesday,April new twoBhowB,
,April 3, at the Chamber of Com- noon to be selected meals will be available, as in former night, and dire: mtBS! ndaamshantprincipalship!
Queen, 'Weiuty\ J IBegwell
Strawberry presents:
Bradford schools Judge George Pierce will be Dun-
merce, County ribbon to years. att HHttfc isIeBtunfilledinSupt.l :
Call-In Program... Starke Elementary, Southside April 4, will cut a officially one of the cooks, guaranteeing an ex- Sunhters. am _........ 'daa ttoni. which thefaaxdl
the fair at noon Wednesday
call-in service to Elementary, Bradford High School, open cellent meal. Chairs and tables will ate a mnmadt SuptL Duncan saidItwwanlffimkawettteoptionoltlling
morning Friday April :
assist senior citizens who are alone Lawtey Elementary, Brooker No speaker is planned for the official be set up on the Wainwright platform .

is offered by the Starke Police Elementary, Hampton Elementary, opening ceremonies President courtesy. of J.R. Wainwright Noon:ithibtt4iuilflnjginpmi6. tm. i>atUtofnrtansi&
to Chief Union County High School, Lake Norman says. Since the legislatureis and sons. :Noon-5 p.m= Children and Stu Utts pentium currently held by
Department according Butler,Andrews Drugs, Lake Butler in session, It is doubtful that dent's Day,free admaBunn; tthnugh: fls.@hstliSlaet.'DUenawunsupis
.
Jimmy Bowen.To Commissioner Doyle Parking on busy nights will be 12th grade.
involved in the and Lake Region Travel Agency, Agriculture ;
become program Keystone Heights. Tickets will con- Conner or any of his staff can make available just north of the 1 p.m.: Midway a citizen is asked to register IPhrniniiiK IRnp. J Iadft dI lI tx: '
7 p.m.and 9 >an j
the fair on opening day. fairgrounds. j
tinue be sale of-
to on at the Chamber .
with the Police then Charlas 1C.Ftands.ABB J
Department ttwosttnwsi. ptunnpail
The fair schedule: Dave Huston in fice Saturday, April, from 9 a.m. to
day. Arthur RedVdlnslta
call in before 10 a.m. each 7:30 Jn.3 Bradlord-tiniiroSfflanifl !fftnmapall..Johra
After 10a.m.the Police Dept.will 2 p.m.,and until noon Monday,April Queen Contest.., Tuesday April 7: FFA swine p u1e.Saturday. I I
check: on those citizens who have 6.Fair the Mutt fftamtipaft.Not announce* ,
Association President Ray Members of Starke Jr. Women's S p.m.: midway, operated by Petrella.ffiSKffimdl .
.
not called in. If there is no answer .April 112 J anJoI i.Gerald .1
Norman says the fair buildings have Club have been busy preparing for United Shows, opens.
officer will visit the
a police
residence. been spruced up for the fair. Toiletsare the upcoming 25th Annual 5 p.m.: Fair exhibit buildingsopen. 8 a.m: (Open I Borne bimw,lIbadI- BDddlecBttmngaU 1\\

working. There is a new buildingon Strawberry Queen ford and Union'COUIItiVlbdme1Ch' ,.
Chief Bowen reminds the public Pageants Jbrnn A. Mazzrellamum. p.p.abb
7:30 p.m.The Bradford-Union 4-H in the Bradford opingClubNoonFaireotttrihWhi ma. ?
that the service is available. the west side of the fairgroundsfor "Strawberries Silver Edition' .
dressing rooms and rest room which will be an event of Saturday and FF A Swine Show. TE
facilities for midway workers. April 4, at 7 p.m. in the Bradford 730pm.: A Talent Show, spon- 5 p.m:: Midway ojpens. UDsum of Shn $,Kelly: Richards,
All the concrete buildings have High School Auditorium. sored by WPXE AM-FM. 6 p.m.:: Beef:tawed 1I Je.

Upcoming... been repainted inside and outside Saturday, March 21, the 20 young 7 p.m.::: : radf oroViUninn *ffl mull 5bid ':
Including the civil defense building.The ladies gathered at the Gruen Wednesday April 7: FFA steer sale .WayiwDnpBil :. ''I n nAitud
The Board of Governors of the poultry and rabbit area has residence where Mrs. Denise 11 a.m.: fair exhibit buildingsopen. 7p.m- Buyer: Cili Taw 11.-. ftlmDgaf\a Michael Hartley. ,
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce been repainted. LeRoyce and David Falcon, a Barbizon Modeling School and doggers.

will meet at in 12:30 the SFCC p.m. next Edwards have built new cages for graduate,gave tips on posture,poise 11 a.m. S p.m.: Senior Citizens 7:30 and 9 pan:;1P.hImiDas11qpa1! mt* diP"intrrrrgntary-' : f fJPIInm
Thursday.April 2, the area.A 4-H group is going to do a and runway walking. During the Day, free admission the Fabulous Pop XnpddBDBtt. an.
Board Room. clean up and pick up job on the week all contestants have had an opportunity Noon: Official opening ub'of the fair 8 p.m.and 9:30pmtememhg'anf o'1I .JteaffJLMoorw.Eugenia!
The 25th annual Strawberry grounds as a project. The new for individual coaching on 'and the Starke Rotary s annual Rock and Boll JKight, (tarn !sdroaeg! .a .!
Beauty Pageant is set for 7 p.m. square dance group, headed by interview techniques as well as one- Rural-Urban Day Picnic. "Justin Tynus Band." 9
Saturday.April 4, in the BBS
auditorium. ILawtav EkmentarysntmnnalU:

The meets Bradford the tint County Monday Commission of each- Spring Cobby Wainwright to Head New Prison; BbttertLPatenaai.HamntDm .

Eltanentaryrgy.mHtir.lirpTt.
month at 9:30 a.m. in the courthouse.
1P\mmI 1 irS&msJr31&.
Next regular meeting is

Monday- Cry April Commaion ITIle / of Lawtey Aheadby Transit Units Converting to Permanent Prison E1ItmpotnmlP"lt. WU1iam McRa.._

meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday April 6, .

incityhalL by Buster Rahn by Buster Rahn SR-19 where the old"dog yard"was Center, to tme m- pri DD. WIlaiD- ,UJOTHmur C'eD rrOtunatanu :
The first Tuesday meeting of the Staff Writer BCT Staff Writer located, and called that facility the wright aatd/4 a- mnWmsofrenwork t
City Commission of Starke is set at The time to move your clock Butler Transit unit and New River "New River Annex." Both units ,"" and (otowjoiatfy.. tthc Millard:Browm.
has arrived HenryftnaeiiAtbdt
forward one hour of dice Sinew rim Coordinator.
7:30n.m.Tuesday April 7. Annex, temporary Inmate' housing were operated by the administration superintendent
due
The 37th edition of the Bradford three weeks early this year Medical Centerin Corncti DaIIttJrti..w tethuaiJy .
and
units, are being upgraded to perma- of the Reception: icand1IIUIJd.tt ConCparatlonsv
Bl *-
County Fair is on tap April 7-11 at to legislation passed by Congresslast nent prison status, and re-named Lake BuUer.Permanent enfiaged In yimniiiiirtinn for ttte charleaThomas.IDlnednr : .
the fairgrounds on US-301 north of year. time to set clocksis "New River Correctional Institu inmate living quarterswill next couple of yoacs. !!
Starke. For more infatuation see OffkiaUyi.the tion." be built in both areas, with approximately .When askedsbouHhetttaHHtjff:
2 a.m. Sunday, April S, but beds in Wauwwight said ",. wtill.fjyntiFHtff JII18IDdGfftar.:
story in this edition Butler Transit Unit was established 500 Inmates ,facility. Leonard: I
most people set their clocks an of in- to faff B"truiiff ntt.fsW! ri1iiWiV ..
each for total capacity 1,000
about eight ago by converting a
hour ahead Saturday night years ..... ..,
.
on
The city commission of Brooker a large metal warehouse Into Inmate mates. An administration building'' limo iD supply local -V.-- Urs p-
slog.mane
P '
is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday. before retiring living quarters to handle the and other support facilities will be with inmate laborQmvwniopoftmtwott." mud
SciDmneTTQteptaoaf :
April 14. In city ball. When you set your clocks, overflow from the Reception: and constructed. following the construction D ttiiniH Dewey -
aunt:supertntei -
The city commission Hamptonis remember the adage"Spring for I Medical Center in Lake Butler. of inmate dormatories. into a pBrmanseveral piaaa writ proadle ..II.Idt
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set to meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. ward and fall back. It states the When that facility was filled Correc- Superintendent James Wainwright jobopendaadmmslsalion. dlmt 4 ItIIs beta

April 14. In city hall. proper way to move the clock tions began building temporary is in process of transferring The custodial whdf miii pens} _ilrancfs"' ..p.z.u I
hands in the spring and fall wooden buildings on the north side of from the Reception and Medical bably remain about the SBJI&


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Alderman


Urea Face IA seek damage r ruin Alderman
1 in amount of $15.814 each and five Bradford Title and Abstract .>.,
yfiCJt r' Vt Yh 5r count of grand theft for like Terwilfegar Realty Outlaw Itealty.
amounts according to court and Attorney's Title Insurance
recant fund. Inc.
The earlier charge allegedly Alderman deported the total into
are out of an SO acre land tramaOoa the account of Bradford Title and
involving the Sounder Estate civilcumplaint Abstract Co.. which he"'JIIJ'lark<<
Clark said. According to the
approximately
said. Alderman paid
Circuit Court.
filed in
tl $7.000 for expense*incurred with thetransaction
in
Alderman received tSS.OOO
s v / it but the five check
December ISM from the buyer.
( / 1 payable to the Saunders heirs
Braddy Wilford, to bold in escrow IS.CM each were turned down
for the sellers.
the the Florida
to
when presented:
According to the civil complaint. accordingto
National Bank at Starke.
Realtor Cecilia Terwillegar had the
Clark.A .
listing realtor Lavern Outlaw found Bradford native. Alderman
7 7 the buyer.Alderman handled the title Bradford County
south
t- 1 y owns a farm in
insurance and distribution of
.
monies to the five heirs. and At-
torney Terence Brown acted as Bill Alderman 47.retired from the
'% agent for Attorney's Title Insurance Navy in 1975.He twice ran for a seat
Y'3, Fund. Inc in the transaction. on the county commission and
The complaint does not name made the second primary. only to
Brown as a defendant nor does it lose out in the general election this
seek damages from Brown but does year to Joe J ddIdL



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Francis

ii'' =II! _t( Warebousi g. Michael Reddish.

...r ... -r;- .."" -- .'J' ,.f.<:1-jE( ::_:!>m'j_ ;;., ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, tlnm page IA Coordinator. Data Miller.Collection and
\ 1"r Director of Curriculum Bumey Computers Steven
Winkler. Coordinator. Instructional Sup-
Southside Ele. Straight-A Students, Grades 1-2... Director of Vocational Education port.Myrna Lou Hurse.
Millard Brown. Coordinator.School Food Service
Grade I and 2 straight-A students at Southslde Elementary for the third Kim Hayes Jenry Gay, Michelle Groves. Director of Purchasing Dolores Morgan.
ix-weeks grading period are C..h Back row- Katrina Yoemans. Kelly lUnkln Terri llollaway. Brand
Front rowJennifer Gleason Chris Sembroskl, Jeremy Scott Sean Lewis Andrea Aguirre. Samantha Belcher. Renee Smith. Jill Gea...
Connaughton Trent Paterson. Matt Odom Paul Chen, Brandy Harper Jeremy Lawson, Adam Marcbese. April McKinney.Not H you had spent S1.0OO a day sine
Wade Hugging. present for photo: Erica ChanUin. Karl)'. Bailey. Tara Casey. the year one A.D.. you would not
Middle rowRachael Coleman, Lori Musson, Kim DeSue, Angle White, April Tisdale, Candice Pippin. yet have spent one billion dollars.


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Board Turns Down Car Lot, Discoby

For 1986, tax reform still allows most taxpayers

Buster Rahn ed about parking facilites, and Ridge, just south of Silver Lake, off before!
take the full IRA deduction..same
to $2,000 as
BCT Staff WriterIn O'Neal said regulations require one the Speedville Road.Their request is .
its regularly scheduled parking space for each 3 seats in a to be allowed to fence the back of
meeting. March 31, the county zon- lounge or similar operation. Davis their 1.4 acre residential lot and CURRENT INTEREST RATE FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
ing board turned down both petitionsthat said he has 25 chairs in place, and keep their aging horse there. RECEIVED DURING MARCH 1987 1S7%
came before it,a used car lot In does not plan to add any more. Bas- No one objected to the !request.:
the New River area on CR-235 and a ed on the 1 to 3 formula,8-9 parking Zoning board member D.J. Phillips
disco on Peetsville Road near spaces will be required. who is not a member of tSe board of
adjustment, said he lived in the
Lawtey.Six Hardenbrook moved to deny the
of the seven board memberswere request, and the vote was 5-1 in sup- area, and recommended approval of IRA
.
present, with board member port of the motion. Larry Paterson the board
Spyros Drivas being absent. Since dissented. The adjustment approvedthe
both requests were turned down 5-1, request,with the stipulation that
Drivas' absence did not affect the Radio Tower... the approval be reviewed at the end Still The Tax Break
of 3 and further providing for
outcome of either. years
Florida Power and Light Co.
the installation of an "American .
(FP&L) requested a special excep- wire" fence,or a board fence,and a
Used Car Lot... To Take.
tion for the installation of a radio suitable building to protect the
Sidney J. Hall, who lives on tower on 9.24 acres, north of CR. animal from the elements.
CR-23S, just off SR-16W, requested 125E,approximately 3 miles north of
rezoning for a 200' X 200' lot in the Lawtey. FP&L Again... 1987 Rules: I
corner of the two roads, for use as a Rezoning was not an issue; IJ SLOW
board of then in retirement of IRA contribution for every
used car lot. however, O'Neal said rules providefor The adjustment A Anyone not a qualified .
g
Hall owns 5 acres in the tract, on all board of adjustment mattersto heard the FP&L request to install a plan can still contribute up to$2,000 and in income below the $50.000 and
which a mobile home is located. The be heard by the zoning board, radio tower, and gave its approval, take the full $2.000 deduction. $35.000 ceilings.
mobile home is rental property. prior to being heard by the board of with the stipulation that if neighbors A Anyone who is in a qualified retirement : > Even if your income level
Hall's home is located on an adjacent adjustment. reception found it interferes, FP&L shall with radio investigatethe or TV plan can still contribute to an IRA. makes you ineligible for a deduction.

which 5 acres he has, fronting a smaU sawmill.on CR-235, on Heather Faulkner,an employee of matter within two weeks of The deductible amount depends on your ... ,, you can still enjoy the advantages
When questioned by board FP&L,told the zoning board that the receiving notice, and make income leveL When adjusted gross income ''fr of tax-deferred earnings on your

members Hall said he had no plans utility firm had two antennas in the necessary adjustments to eliminatethe is under$40.000$25.000 for singles. ).the .. contributions. ..
for the property, other than the area,one in Macclenny,and anotherin problem within an additional 30 Ii full 52.000dedudtion' '-J '# T -)Iaic iIJ'ihdo a- -- -
Keystone Heights. but they.only (stays,,..-., . and ,
operation of a used car lot.Hall said w'. ? can be taken. Married iei !by April 15. 1987 JII
he will not be selling used car parts, operated during daytime''Working' ss.e'- sucrrss- ,. o couples can deduct it on your a
or operating a junk yard. hours, creating communication problems f 1986 tu ream.With .
take to$4.000
in other hours. The proposed I I. up
Darrell O'Neal, director of the
I Ii if both work and t 3i tax-deduct
Bradford County Zoning Board told tower, approved by the Federal DON'S
board members that rules providefor Aviation Administration (FAA) is to I each earns at least p/ ible contributions and :
a used car lot to offer cars with be 450 ft. high, with a 20 ft. antenna Refrigeration I Ij $2,000. tax deferred earnings !
current registration only, atop the tower. Faulkner said if the A No deductible i the IRA is still i+
precluding the operation being con- tower is approved, it will improve j Air Conditioning J IRA contribution the break to lake. i
radio communication, and thereby
verted to a junk yard. can be made by Your local Farm
improve service to FP&L customersin I I
Edward J. Tnmm, who said he
owns land across SR-16 from the Penny Farms, Keystone Heights, [Service & Repair) those with adjusted Ir Bureau agent has an
Lake the details to help
Hall property, stated that he had no Lawtey, Starke and Butler.Director's grossincomesofmorelhan J-
objection to the proposed used car I $50.000$35.000 for singles). you open an IRA
Report... ft When adjusted gross i income or to rollover an
lot.Member Morris Starling moved to O'Neal reported the following activity I 782-3929 I falls between$40.000 and existing IRA to Farm
grant the request. Member Rick during the month of March: i $50.000 $25.000 and $35,000 Bureau. We're here to
Replogle,said"I will second the motion 64 permits issued for the follow i for singles)the$2.000 IRA deduction clear up the effects of tax
only to get a vote on the issue, ing: 14 mobile homes, $128,420; 11 reform IRA's for
since I intend to vote against it." single family residences, $551,860; 3 is reduced.These tax on
When the vote was called,only Starl- rehabilitations, $54,300; 31 additionsto I COMMERCIAL I payers can deduct$200 worth you.Call today
ing supported the request. exlstin buildings $121,400, and 5
commercial buildings, 124000. I & DOMESTIC J
Lawtey Disco... There were 140 inspections made, Ice Machines I /Ov Southern Eurm Bureau
James Davis, Jr., requested the and $4,210 collected in fees. I AIli UE eMSUHANCE OOMFWMV.
of .75 Peetsville Auto & Home AC
rezoning acre on
Board ... -"OMQ..nDavid
Road approximately 3/4 mile east Adjustment.{
of US-301,for use as a disco,in which When the zoning board met Feb. 24 Hour Service I II I II Beatty. Agency Manager Will Brown Agent
beer and wine is to be sold. 24, it had a quorum, and was able to :
O'Neal told the board if the re- conduct business, but when the Auto Home, Form Life & Health
quest is recommended to the county board of adjustment attempted to Reconditioned
commissioners, and receives its reconvene, it could not muster a 1I
final approval, it will have to returnto quorum, therefore a request by I Washers, Dryers !
the board of adjustment for a Charles and Sharon Fisher could not
special exception, in order to sell be heard. They were asked to return & Refrigerators I Il ] /- COUNTY
beer and wine. He further stated for the March 31 meeting. UNION COUNTY /; BRADFORD
that there is a building on the property
,and a large septic tank,which Allow Horses... I 325 S.E. 6th Street 4- 227O N. Temple Avenue
will probably comply with Department The Fishers had already explained i 30 Day Warranty Lake Butler, FI 32O54(9O4) Slake, 32091
of Health requirements. their request to the zoning boarda Hwy. 125 West Lawtey j ( ) 496-2171 1 ((904)964-6369)
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4 Chris Campbell Celebrates Birthday II I


I'.r Chriswas a gala sixth birthday for McDonalds Wednesday March 25, in the area. I
the Starke lad who attended by 10 youngsters and 11 Among the guests was Henry A. I
has been a victim of E.B. (epider- adult freada..a!!< molysis bulloca)since birth and has many ago and now executive
been the object cl an outpouring of Campbell family..Hamburgers,birthday director of World Good News Inc.,a
community attention and supportIgirseveral cake and ice cream were serv- Jacksonville youth sanctuary I
yean. ed,and the children received favors assisting with the human rights of
and fancy hat*. The honor guest troubled and abused children and
,, ,- qTiw Chris celebrated with a party at received many gifts from admirers youth. .. _


Spanish Club Sets Benefit Dance I


ByMarfcfrbrfliaBCTStafl studying two weeks each at the Catarra, a well-known musical
Writer 1 Universities of Salamanca Valenciaand group out of Gainesville' ,to perform
Local members of the Martin Granada. at the dance April 3-4 at the National
Fierro Chapter at the Soc edad One of the "Eiggest plans the Guard Armory in Starke.
u 1 +r,: I Honoraria Hupanica are helping to students have to male money for the The group has perfromed for con-
?* t r X5,1 tYnM sponsor students at Bradford Ugh trip is a big dance set for April 34. ventions, high school and college
t I '!. School to study abraodUns summer. Also they will be hosting a booth at proms benefits and other concerts.
1r. ; l r Under a ot California fl'Clllldle the Bradford County Fair and are One of the highlights of the benefit
c r z University students hoping that the community will be show on April 4 will also include one
will be spending seven weeks to as it has been in the past.
several- cities in-Spain.They wall be- supportive -are_!bringing. See Page

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Honored Guest... PUBLIC NOTICE

Chris the honor guest Is seated at his birthday party with family members Ed Campbell Robert Campbell.
and at left his new live-In caretaker Debbie Carroll. 1985-86 BUDGET REPORT AUDIT


Donations No Longer NeededThe AVAILABILITY

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following statement concern- From November 15,1986 to March Trust Fund. Personal items, food FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING BUDGETAll
ing the Chris Campbell Medical 11 1987. Chris's expenses haveaverage vitamins, special skin medications,
Trust Fund was prepared by Mrs. ;; slightly over $108 per and specific types of clothing are I
Pauline Aiken, Chairman and month.At this rate of disbursement, covered expenses from the fund. persons are hereby notified that the 1985-86 Audit
Treasurer and Mrs. May Belle we believe that current Chris is no longer on the Kozak treatment
Whitehead,co-chairman,of the trust and interest growth of this funds and special diet,which accor- Report for the Bradford County Federal' Revenue Shar-
fund: sufficient to cover,Chris's needs ding to Mr. Campbell is not obtainable
over the next 12 to 15 years. to him. ing Fund for the Board of County Commissioners is
Note: Mr. Campbell manages
As of this date,March 25,1987,the BEING DONATIONS REQUESTED.Mrs. ARE NO. LONGER Chris's through diet advice and of skin other treatment pediatricians available for public inspection. The supporting
Chris Campbell Medical Trust Fund
has balance of Interest and his own personal documentations file the Bradford
a $15,727.59. knowledge of nutrition and treatment are on at County
and is credited Whitehead and
accrues daily Mrs. Aiken
of this
skin diseaseEB
quarterly to the account. So far in review a list of Chris's expenses (Epidermolysis particular Bullosa). Courthouse, in the County Finance Department from
I'JSY interest earned is$182.57,bring- each month prior to submitting to
ing the balance up to almost$16,000. the Board of Trustees who maintainan Pauline Aiken,Chairman& 8:00 thru
5:00
to
(Total interest income in 1986 was overview and give approval to all TreasurerMay p.m. on Monday Friday. .
JU35.35). disbursements from this Medical Belle Whitehead,Co-Chairman


w Gilbert Brown, Clerk

Esther B. Ellerson,

INTEREST PROGRAMSEND County Finance Director


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We Want To TradeEVERYTHING '.1Ei'm1 PUBLIC NOTICE

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1985-86 BUDGET'REPQ.r
MUST GO!!!
AVAILABILITY


; Terwillegar Motors BRADFORD COUNTY AUDITAll

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; wants\ your old l persons are hereby notified that the Bradford

County Board of County Commissioners Audit for

CAR or TRUCK 1985-86 Fiscal Year is now available for the Public In-

spection. The supporting documentations are on file at /or

the Bardford County Courthouse, in the County Finance

Department from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00: p.m. on Monday !

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4t t Gilbert Brown, Clerk,

Esther B. Ellerson,



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GT'S AND CONVERTIBLESAND PUBLIC NOTICE

THE ALL NEW TAURUS 1985-86 BUDGET REPORT AUDIT

AVAILABILITYFOR


6 Year 6OOOO Mile ACTUAL EXPENDITURES_


FORD POWERTRAiN FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING BUDGETAll



Six Taurus' in stock!

All! Discounted for persons are hereby notified that Federal Revenue ]

-- ,; Quick Sale Sharing Fund Actual Expenditures for the 1985-86, Fiscal

"" INTEREST RATES Year for the Bradford County Board of County'Commissioners -

; Q APPLYto is available for public inspection. The suppor-

ting documentations are on file at the Bradford County j

Bronco II ((2 & 4 WD) F-15O ((4x2)) ((4x4)) Courthouse, in the County Finance Department from

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday thru Friday.
Ranger ((2 & 4 WD) F-25O (under 86OO OVW)


Gilbert Brown Clerk
MotorsHwy ,
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21, Keystone Hgts, 473-3673.206 W. Madison, Starke, 9647200Jax Vr County Finance Director :,

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TIMES First County Fair Held in Lake Butler

coUNTY
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; the
Increasing w Although current edition is being baled '
__ county Fair as the "37th Annual" Bradford County
:=' Bradford be Awarded Fair, the very first fairs date back as far
Interest In the Prizes to 24-25 as 1913, "The Bradford County Times"an
List of ValuabU' Saturday p. early newspaper published in Lake Butler,
barge Friday and announced "what will prove to be the
But1e greatest public gathering ever held In
Take -
Bradford County
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...11I10IIIfIaI fII6
", "'" IIIhi ..--.\hi .........Oou.hYbts This was long before the county was
'tJ1IaI.1\1"" ,will IIIIlIA" .M-...dtaaeosu .... divided in 1921 to form Union
.......'s CauI't otob.tss. County, and w ,
f t
Ia ....Ia LoU lletler-Club .... ..... the fair at Lake Butler, on October 24-23, : ,
F.r to d' ..and eoauo"'I Butler 6ow 011 Moat I was held in connection with the"Corn Club
.illo W's w n. 11IIe Y.al..d W 1. and Canning Club contests".
...vl'S .n.t trtYW I
IhI g
.._all a \II
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.... ._ ..,.. V' gl ya I In reporting this event, The Telegraphsaid
gf Slot.. ...- ",,", .l:.:w In its next issue: "The Bradford Coun-
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gn.wt .., .. BI.ibA'Tl
01 W .. .
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... will Y Oily --,- ..... _I..... ....' ty Fair was one of the greatest successes
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Ie"- .ttie\pIM In'- ....' ever made of any gathering in Bradford
.
dI
wtit oIIow'" to ..... Oft--'I. far
.11I"" ... "' County, with exhibits beyond expecta-
u.
..t _e4 """
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c\I-10 "" --tY. tions. The best farm display was made by
.....-siirut to'DnoI'ord' O.L. Mizell county demonstration agent,
and illustrates the benefits of systematicand +
scientific farming.


1964 Opener "Senator Crews was very busy circulating
a list for signers to form a Bradford r

Governor Haydon Burns (left), County Fair Association, with agreement y ,N lp' 3'bS
Strawberry Queen Linda Muggins. that the fair is to be held in Lake
and Com m II sloaer of Agriculture + e Butler every year as it is the most central
Doyle Conner are pictured at ribbon and accessible point in the county, and is
cutting ceremony, opening 1164 surrounded by the very best agricultural
Fair. section of the state.


World War I came along soon after that
and county fairs may have been abandoned
for a while due to the disruption caused
by the war. County division may have Easy Rider
caused the fair to be discontinued in Lake

Eb1TO1ZlALSAnimal Butler, and soon after that came the Mounted flag-bearers. Sheriff P.D. Reddish (right and unidentified rider with
Florida boom bust, followed by the great U.S. flag, add a dash of color to 1964 Fair opening day.
depression of the 1930s.
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When the American Legion Post was
." organized here in 1930, interest in a county 'I)"

fair was revived, and a Strawberry ... .. ..
.
.
: Control Need Festival, sponsored by the Legion, was '.- J...,.:,.. d4'y ......., .l.!. ,
: ..Oo\i)
organized and held in a downtown location
where the SFCC Starke Center parking lot nro
Shown by Rabies Scare is located now. "

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The next year saw the Festival moved to

Everybody agrees "we should have pet. It was later given to a neighbor, a larger grounds- across from the high 1
one", but no one, apparently, has the junior high school student. school, where the School Board head-

answer of how to get one. The raccoon's popularity rapidly increased quarters are now located. .

In the meanwhile, the problem of uncontrolled as it visited two school cam- Some objections by downtown mer-

animals in the county re- puses and a football game. It was handled chants, who said the carnival attractionsof

mains unsolved and a real threat to the by several hundred persons, some of the Festival were taking too much

health and safety of the public. whom it licked, scratched, or bit. A money out of town, caused the annual
event to be discontinued for several years.In .
The latest incident pointing up this month after its capture, it died. Examination

need was the case of a 76-year-old of the raccoon for rabies was 1940, interest<< in the Fair was again First Fair Buildiung

woman who was bitten by a stray cat positive, and 172 persons received post- revived, and the Legion Post applied for

she had been caring for. The cat then exposure treatment as a result. The and received a 99-year charter giving it Back in the days of 1913 when Bradford and Union were still one county, the

ran away before it could be captured for estimated cost of their exposure to the Fair authority Association.The to form. the Bradford County fairgrounds were located In Lake Butler.Attendance was sparse when this picture
was taken 64
examination. The wound festered and pet raccoon was $64,000 for post- years ago.

the woman was taken to Alachua exposure medicine only. first Fair held under this charter As Fairs continued to get bigger and bet- was obtained adjacent to the Starke State

General Hospital in Gainesville where Perhaps the solution to this problem opened Dec. 2, 1940 on the BHS athletic ter over the yean Legion members decid- Farmers Market on U.S.301. It is here.thaw

she was treated for "severe blood of having no countywide animal control field, with displays. of farm products ed it was getting too large for them to han- the 1987 Fair will be held starting Tuesday.The .

poisoning." could be found in a jointly- livestock, poultry, and school handcraft, dle alone, so a new non-profit corporationwas
program Rotary Club's annual Rural-Urban
plus a big midway of rides and games. formed on Jan. 12, 1961 and
financed which a new site .
'
city-county operation will ho held
Since the cat was not found, the Day Wednesday April8.

76-year-old woman, Isabel Hanson, will could be operated more efficiently, with

have to start taking a series of 25 rabies better equipment, and more adequate
shots-five sessions of five shots each in personnel than can be provided by the Danger of Rabies Discussed by Health.Director

various parts of the body. city alone. At present the county, in effect Mill -< III 1 '.)<>.->Vi
is getting at least a partial "free Health Bradford Union;> /
The grandmother Isabel Hanson,had By Jeffrey Rubin M.D. County Officer for qndXeyy Cotmt/es11
ride" if reports made are true that some
been feeding and caring for a blind male
and
cats from the unincorporated
cat that "took up" at her home in stray dogs Rabies is a highly fatal infectious major species affected are raccoons, bats, always by the bite of the infected animal.
areas are being "dumped"within disease wild skunks and
existing in animals and occa- foxes. Rodents including squir-
Jacksonville before she moved to Although
the city. sionally infecting domestic animals and rels, rabbits and hares are rarely found to species, rabid animals ayeHexhibit
Starke recently to make her home with man. The virus causing rabies is transmitted be infected with rabies. Domestic animals
At least a effort would be unusual behavior,such
cooperative as restlessness
,
her granddaughter. Afraid that the cat when infected saliva is introduced intoa account for 15 percent of U.S. cases. There and ag-
worth study and to be gressiveness irritability. Weakness
might starve if abandoned Ms. Hanson some may prove wound, usually from the bite of a rabid has been a significant increase of rabies in paralysis, difficulty in ,
brought it along with her when she the only way this problem can be resolv- animal. The signs and symptoms of rabies domestic cats in recent years. Cattle, cessive salivating convulsions swallowing and. ex-

came to Starke to reside several weeks ed. A solution is long past due. vary greatly in different animal species. horses, pigs, goats and sheep are occa- are seen in many species. coma
Wild animals account for 85 sionally infected and
over percentof may represent a Individuals
should be advised
and
ago. Although it was not the"house cat"type diagnosed cases of rabies in the U.S.The source of transmission to man almost children

and stayed outside, in and around Cat Has Been Caught; tact with specifically any wild or taught unfamiliar to avoid domestic con-

the yard, it seemed to trust Ms. Hanson animal-most especially those exhibiting

.__ and allowed her to apply medicine to its strange or unusual behavior. '
film-covered eyes. Is Under Observation Rabies is a rare disease in man in the

/ Letters to the EditorVolunteer U.S.A., but anti-rabies treatments in people -
But on Saturday the cat acted Since the above article was written,the mUsing J % exposed to rabid or potentially rabid
and when the granddaughters animals is not uncommon. hun-
strangely:, eat was caught in a trap baited Tuesday Although
dog came up during the night and Is now confined for observation at the dreds of individuals are given post-
feeding process, the cat suddenly bit office of Dr R.S. Mullins. exposure treatment each year in Florida,
Firemen there has been no reported case of human
Ms. Hanson, lacerating her left forearmin The trap was obtained by a member of the Need and Deserve Commissioner Mosley rabies in Florida since 1948. This is probably (
several places, then ran off into the Humane Society, Margaret Richie, from the Our Active Support Thanked for Getting due to the effectiveness of control
woods and has not been seen since. City of Starke. It was baited with sardines and Litter Cleaned Up measures and the post-exposure
placed In the yard of the home of Michele Editor Telegraph: treatments.A .
Ms. Hanson was returned to the Vales Mrs.Hanson's granddaughter,one mile After reading the Letter to the Editor Editor, Telegraph: new vaccine has become available in
hospital Tuesday where her badly in- south of the city limits, off U.S. 301. from a Volunteer Firefighter in Bradford I would like to thank County Commis- the last few years that is much safer, less 1
fected arm was opened and drained. County, I now understand more of the sioner Lawrence Mosley for his prompt attention painful and more effective than previous
Mrs. Hanson received the first round of situations and face. to the "trashy" subject of trash, vaccines.
problems they
The first in the series of rabies shots rabies shots Tuesday afternoon and Is now
trash, and more trash.In Individuals bitten scratched
was started the same afternoon.The waiting Instruction from the hospital concern- I have spoken to several Volunteers animals or by
Ing future shots, If The haven't noticed, our road- should see a physician Im-
necessary. cat must since that time, and some of the things I case you
victim's granddaughter spent a stay in Isolation until ten days have elapsed have learned are appalling,and have turn- ways are full of litter(trash). I know-I've mediately and these Incidents must be
fruitless weekend trying to find a local from the date of the bite. ed my stomach. Bradford County heard all the reasons why it's therebut reported to the county health department.
Immediate scrubbing of the wound
residents don't realize how that doesn't impress me. The bottom line with
contact to help handle the situation. She just importanttheir
soap and water for at least 20 minutes Is
Volunteer Fire Departments are,and isit should be removed, REGULARLY
needed help in trying to find the sup- extremely important.
rabid most don't.even care that they exist. I the "trashy" people..oopsl! Ex-
posedly cat and was surprisedand agree Depending on the circumstances of the
distressed to learn after spending I recently visited a local sandwich shopto cuse me. I mean the Litterbugs who bite, the condition,availability and species
Pentagon Making CutsIn grab some lunch. I found a Volunteer dump trash everywhere should not litter, of the biting animal, the doctor will decideon
much time on the telephone contacting Fire Fighter attempting to sell raffle but they do. So we must remove the litter the need for specific post-exposure
various agencies, that Bradford Countyhas tickets in support of his department. After until some better solutions can be found. treatment. The vaccine and a rabies im-

no animal control ordinance, per- Topheavy Staff buying my ticket, which I did with What about recycling, community mune globulin are kept in a central I
sonnel, or facilities.In pleasure, I watched as person after person awareness campaigns or work details Instead depository in each public health district.In .
said "No" to a one dollar donation to protect ( of fines? Yes, make the Litterbugspick this district, the location is at the Alachua
a Gainesville Sun news story Mon- After six years of criticism and exposure their home and family.. I can't believe up their trashy messes. Let's not sit County Health Department in Gainesville.

day, County Commission Chairman of incredible waste and extravagance that people will send millions of dollars to around and Ignore the problem- only In recent months, we have seen an In-
Lawrence Mosley was quoted as being in the Defense Department, a person they don't know and won't even gets worse. crease in rabies in the Chiefland vicinity
added the profligate Pentagon support their own fire department. and Five rabid raccoons and two rabid dogs
sympathetic with the people, but spenders may We have a great community
"It's going to come eventually, but right have at last got the message. They are I wait for the day when someone needs wonderful people. As usual, a few have been found in that area Several people
were exposed to these animals and
the Volunteers to come and fight a fire In thoughtless ones mess up the "view" for
finally out an order stub-
now, I don't see how we can afford it. carrying they have required post-exposure treatment.The .
their house, and they don't show up right others.
Mike Adams, an inspector with thecounty's bornly resisted when Congress first suggested away because their truck won't start, or Lawrence Mosley contacted the DOT occurrence of two rabid dogs in a
it months single county within a few months is
Environmental Health section, ago. the pagers they carry don't sound off, or and they got busy. Road 100 West hasn't'been very unusual. Only one or two rabid period dogs

said this office hears reports of "two or They are reorganizing their head- they they cannot could because fight the of fire lack as of efficiently equipment.as this free of litter In years! have been diagnosed each year In all of

three animal bites a week." Although quarters' staffs to trim thousands of Maybe then this person will give a donation Thanks, Lawrence I Florida. This suggests that rabies has

they haven't heard of any rabies cases jobs, military and civilian, as they were to support them, or is it going to take a Janelle P.Reese,StarkeSo become a significant problem in wildlife in
directed to do last when child, elderly family member, or a this area. Dogs and cats may contract the
in the county (up to now), they do make year legislation public disease by contact with these wild
sure that an animal that bites a human reorganizing the Defense Department figure to get killed in a fire before animals.

being is isolated for tests- the animalcan passed Congress by overwhelming something Is done? Just remember, the next time a The health department again strongly
Residents are ignorant of the fact that Volunteer Fire Fighter asks for "sup
be found. Regarding a county margins. your advises people to scrupulously avoid con-
said OUR Volunteers do need our support. People port, don't say no. Give your dollar for a tact with unfamiliar, sick or strange-
animal control officer, Adams According to officials who are carry- think that the county supplies them worthy cause. It's your life and family that behaving animals. Again, children should
"We don't have onebut we sure needone. ing out the reorganization the changeswill with anything and everything they need. is being saved. Get involved. Visit your be specially instructed in this regard,,_ '1
"':
." also result in faster of Well this is a bunch of BULL. County fire department and see .for yourself the Immunization records'on dogs and cats
David Aderholt said thesheriff's purchases budgets are hardly enough to support a problems they face. should be carefully checked and all
Deputy weapons, one of the major steps recom- for must
department one year. Equipment OUR VOLUNTEERS need us just as animals whose rabies vaccination is not
office did send a deputy to the mended by a commission that studied be bought rsursa of be made. much as we need THEM. up-to-date should be Immunized immediately -
scene, "but we don't have the resourcesto Pentagon reforms needed to end the Without the needed This is especially important in
track down a cat hiding in the procurement horror stories that have supplies or repairs are not getting done or Box Mrs.537 Phillips dogs used for hunting. Pets should be kept

woods." plagued the Reagan administration's purchased.. ,Lawtey in fenced yards with potential contact with
wild animals kept to a minimum. Again,

military buildup.One .----.,...,.... any exposure such as animal bites or
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In warning of the potential threat of of the officials working on the scratches should receive medical attentionas
rabies among all animals, wild or pet soon as possible and be reported to the
restructuring said, "What we hope to do '4' .... ..# = health
Dr. Jeffrey Rubin, tri-county health == department (486-2101)
would : .4"
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bet-
save
through a Rabies is an important health
director, said that iq late 1980 in Colum- public problem (
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ter and but careful
process operating preventive measures as
bia County a party of hunters found a That
weapons." also the hope of described above can prevent the need for
The world's first newspaper was probably Tiing Poo. a court Journal published -
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post-exposure treatment and the
possibility -
raccoon,and someone took it home lor a American taxpayers. In China It I I.said to have begun as early as the 600's of human Infection.



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Lydia Starling of Lawtey and a lavender taffeta gown with chiffon walls and from pink & white
Wayne Spratlin of Jacksonville were overlay. Gena wore a mauve taffeta streamers on the ceiling.
married in Lawtey Church of God gown with chiffon overlay. Atten- Pink cloth covered the bride's /tf
Saturday, March 7, with John P. dants also wore princess ribbons in table which held the wedding cakeon
P P Spratlin,Sr.,conducting the service. their hair. one end. The other end held
The bride is the daughter of Lonzo Kim Lovell served as flower girl. peanuts and mints.
& Louise Starling of Lawtey. The She wore a yellow taffeta dress witha The groom's table, covered with a
groom is the son of Mrs. Irene ruffled bodice. Her hair was white cloth, held a chocolate cake
Spratlin and the late Paul Spratlin. highlighted with yellow ribbons. with a cowboy saying "You've been
f x Nuptial music was provided by Robert Lovell was ring bearer. He roped." Each end of the table was
7 Cindy Davis.Centering was attired in a navy blue suit. tied with a bandana.The .
the pulpit area were two John P. Spratlin, Jr., was as best wedding was directed by i
kneeling benches facing each other man with Enoch Starling and Jim Madge Akridge. Inviting guests to iI I
with a heart-shaped candelabra as Spratlin serving as ushers. sign the Bride's book was Jane

backdrop. Completing the decora- Given in marriage by her father, Umlaut. _row....,. _:ft ImpwWctoroqtwtoMUlCMM
tions were two large flower bouquetsand the bride wore a white taffeta gown Deborah Passwater, who made
palm trees placed at each side of with chiffon overlay. The bodice the ,cake, also cut and served it. HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY
the pulpit area. featured flowered lace over taffeta Assisting with the serving was Helen WORKS FOR YOU...
Amy Starling served as matron of with rice and pearl beads handsewnonto Padgett, Pat Wilkinson, Addie Starling Over the years we've found our Bridal
honor. She wore an ice blue taffeta the lace. She chose as her head- Brenda Mundorff, Donna Registry Service to be one of the most
gown with chiffon overlay. In her piece a flower wreath with a veil of Padgett and Ruth Griffis. appreciated of all services that we of-
hair she wore princess style ribbons. tulle. Following a wedding trip to Helen, fer to our customers. It makes It easy i
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Spratlin Bridal attendants were Tina The bride carried a bouquet of GA, the couple will temporarily for you to select the perfect wedding I
Spratlin and Gena Passwater. They stephanotis, pink roses, ivy and reside in Baldwin. or shower gift because you know Ifs I
carried bouquets of lavender, with baby's breath. The groom is an evangelist in the exactly what the prospective bride is
Joan & James Rogers yellow and white daisies. Tina wore The church annex held the recep- Church of God. looking for.
tion Bells the
_party. were hung on
The engaged couple register their
Contestants preferences' china, crystal, flatware
Special
Honored Strawberry
at Reception Pageant and giftware. We record this and up-
date the list as gifts are purchased, to

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Rogers, Jr., was cemerea wan an artistic dual. Guests of Queen Shilynn at Luncheon avoid duplication.
were honored Saturday evening, bridged arrangement of pink
Chinese magnolias intersperced with visit us the next time vou're shopping
Feb. 14, at a "GetAcquaintedParty"
at the home of Mr. & Mrs. azaleas, ferns and other spring 1986 Strawberry Queen Shilynn Tracy Clark and Lisa Mitchell cloths. Each contestant and honored for wedding or shower' gifts. 'We'ii
blossoms, and was placed in twin guest were identified by a help you select the gift the bride real
Drew F. Reddish in Green Acres. Chaff and her mother, Bobbie Faye Prevatt, past Strawberry Queens.
The party was in commemoration of silver compotes. The floral centerpiece Blackshear, hosted a Strawberry Each guest was given a wicker strawberry place card, hand ly wants. We'll gif-wrap it; we'll shipIt.
James and Joan's (formerly Joan T. was flanked by a pair of triple- luncheon last Saturday, March 28, at basket decorated with strawberry decorated by Mrs. Blackshear. And the service is freell
Chitty) recent marriage. armed silver candelabrum holding the Kingsley Lake Civic Center. ribbon that contained a special Menu for the special occasion con-
Hostesses for the party were Jean- white burning tapers. All floral arrangements message from Queen Shilynn, along sisted of chicken salad, broccoli and Couple.currently In our registry
nie & Bobby Biggs, Edith & Leslie were designed and ar All of the 1987 Strawberry Queen with fresh chocolate covered cheese,vegetable salad, topped with
Biggs. Kitty & Maxie Carter Bettie by Mrs. Bobby Biggs, in. contestants were special guests, strawberries and assorted candies. homemade strawberry pie for Gloria Robert&Perry Bryan
Jollla clung an elegant small flora hair dessert. Tina Bowen&G.Wayne Parrlsh
Sue 4 J.E. Denmark, It .
with several honored guests from The tables and
were U-shaped After the luncheon the girls enjoyed Carole Hardin
Eldon Hardy, Myrna Lou & David accessory of tiny, delicate pink,
the Junior Woman's Club including covered with white linen
table an afternoon of sunning on the & Alan
Hurse, Nancy&:George Roberts and burgundy & white blossoms, lace Montgomery
Ada & Drew Reddish. ribbons and spiked hanging pearls, . . . '. .I I. . . . . lake. Margaret Smith&Brian John
Welcoming guests in the foyer of: which was presented to Mrs. Robersto Assisting Mrs. Blackshear in
their home were Mr. & Mrs. Drew compliment her party ensemble. Hours 9:30-5:30: M-F Jo Ann'sA preparing and serving the luncheonwere Leila
Reddish. Mr. & Mrs. Rogers greeted!! Pouring punch from a round patio 9:30-4:00: : Sat Lisa Reddish, Ingrid Smith,
504 W. Call Street Cleo Elder Barbara Brown, Elaine Dress & Gift Shop
their friends in the living room* table during the party hours were
overlooking the lighted pool area. Mrs. Virginia Darby and Mrs. Ran- ((904)) 964-8547 Speciality Gift Shop .I. Wood,Linda Smith,Eula Mae Smith

Also greeting and meeting friends of dy Johns. Tropical ferns and plants is "Gourmet Month" at Jo Ann's. and Linda Hildebran. OBfEH:: Mon. Sat. 9:30-5:30
the newlyweds were Mrs. Leta were placed throughout the home April
Rogers of Lake City and Mrs. Mavis and pool-patio area at vantage Thin week stop by and have a cup of our "Amaretto" coffee and
Geor$alls of Gainesville, mother points. receive 10% off on the purchase of any flavor coffee.
and sister of the groom. Inviting guests into the family ???
UniiHiial coffee mugs with a southwestern look cromt-Htilch note Promaphobia
Keeping the guest registry was rooms were Mrs. David Hurse and
Mrs, Leslie Biggs, ,. and. inviting Mrs Maxie Carter. Mrs. J.E. Den- pope? and (cards just perfect for your prayer partner or secret pal ,,' -> ,1! 'dfuis "
guests into the dining room for mark assisted the guests on the for Easter 'e.1- ?L'oiv
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refreshments werq Mm*Eldon.Har: !. porch and patio-pool area "J it WniAppreciate Your Patronage 1.Ko need( for it Visit us today for a complete'selection
dy and Mrs. Georege Rolierts.The The hosts presented the honored of tuxedos and accessories
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dining table was covered withan couple with a gift of crystal as a
Imported white lace tea cloth and memento of the occasion. from the Sam Meyers Collection.
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over 1 K acres, 3/2. All brick Was $81.000. now 69000.. Large
Less! sunken living room,llr.plac.,cell I ham., 3 BR, 2 BA, fam. room
For
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Yard Pro trimmers offer you MODEL 110the I : del, I I II *3 BR, 1 IA, excellent location In city, .prlvlllg.available.

ultimate in quality from 9 26500. *t .1. 3 BATH on 2.7 acres. Stocked
WEEDEATER,the people 1-year limited warranty 9644522 *INVESTORS Pinesong S/D. Paved pond, Ig.wood deck 8 many extra's.Only -
who made line trimmers / STARKI. Fl, road through property Owner fin. S71.900.
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world famous. Adjustable *NEW RITAIL/PROFISSIONAl *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from |
Powerful 22.2cc gas engine IUILDING with pl.nty of parking and 6500. Some with owner financing.'

.Tap-N-Go (r) automatic line positive coin flow.Located In the busiest 11 ACRES : -On SR 16* /Morgan Rd. j
faction of Stark. Seller motivated.

advance YOU PICK THE CARPET Brand n.w 2 *A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR. I BA. Central' 1 1HSA
'" Precise balance makes it easy to use story, 3 BR, 2 BA on Wat.r. on major highway. Plenty' of ]

Solid state ignition for quick starts *7 ACRES with home < barn on 225 storage In basement. Inovatlve financ
/ ;' near FSP. Hat many potentials. ing. Priced to sell $26.5000.
*EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked *EXCEPTIONAL BRICK HOME 'In i *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2, CHA,
*LEASE W/OPTION 2 story CB In
SALE PRICE $99 box* lake, large swimming pool, largelot absolutely the b..t location.3 BR.2 I Stark.. 4 BR. 2V* BA. above ground pool. Dbl garage. A 20 X
in the
on paved street with sidewalk. BA, aver 1,600 sq. ft. living area, 25 upstairs room to be completed to
Brick home with over 2,200 sq. h.3 double garage, CH/A, 120 x 300' *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart have your own private BR suite. All this
Now Only $99.99 assembled BR, 2 BA, large entertaining area. lot. city.water ft sewer $70.500 Lake w/3 BR MH, CHSA. Clot to In- only $66,000.
Cash priceVABft Many other amenities. terlachen. 830.000.PEIFKT *$ BR W/APPROX. 1700 $Q.: FT. .

.. *JUST OFF SOUTH :301 Mobile home, IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 Fireplace, on 1.7 acres, major highway
I *DEER RUN Immaculat. living In this 3 BR, 1 BA, on 1.4 acres. 'families. 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. frontage. $39,900.
...ntliJ'rR."" I 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad security lights, *3 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP, with well Separate living but close enough to *CLOSE TO STARKI 3 BR ham and
BY WIlD lATER-> TM I stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only & septic Owner will consider financing. keep a check on each other. almost new mobile home on 1.76 acres.
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Call Street
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Stark. -964-5745 *PRICE REDUCED .no thru traffic, 3/1,,
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I Engagements Church News Dedan Baptist Plans Pastor W.T. Laney Invites

Revival April 6.10 everyone to attend.
St. Edward's Members The church Is located
at 521 N.
Jill Raulerson Dedan Church has
Baptist
Attend Deanery MeetingThe Orange SL Pastor Leroy Olive invites scheduled revival services for April BayUts Hlway Baptist
Chuck Dickson Jr. everyone to
come.
6. 10. Services set to each
t Ja Spring Gainesville Oeaner r are begin Church PlansDedication
Announce Engagement meeting was held Thursday. Maid). evening at 7 p.m.
19. at Holy Cross Catholic Church ii 1 Guest speaker for the occasionwill Services
Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Raulerson Cross City. Covenant Singers be Rev. James Cowart from Bayless Hiway Baptist Church is
Gainesville, announce the Mrs. Betty DazinskL president oft To B* In Stark. Northside Baptist Church In Starke. planning to dedicate their new
engagement of their daughter, Jill St. Edward's Altar Dinner on the grounds is plannedfor
Society er porte church building Sunday, April 12.
| The
Covenant Singer of First Sunday, April 12 after the morn-
Darlene Raulerson, to Charles on goals accomplished by her grain' United Services will be in the new
Hudges "Chuck" Dickson Jr., son of during the past year. Mrs. Antoinette Methodist Church In Ocala Ing worship hour. building.Sunday school will start at
will
appear Saturday April 4 at the Is invited to attend.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hudgens ( Coss was reelectec! First United Methodist Everyone 10:00: a.m., morning services will be
[ Church
Dickson Sr., Panama City. Secretary of the Deanery during UM! Starke. The In at 11:00: a.m. with Pastor Rev.
concert is scheduled forthe
The bride-elect from Q business
graduated session. Leaton
Morgan III conducting the
7:30 p.m. with a reception to follow. Gospel Sing...
Keystone Heights High School and Mass was concelebrated by services. Dinner will be served at
attends Santa Fe Community Col host pastor Father Joseph Meeban The Covenant Singers was formed A gospel sing is planned for Saturday 12:30: p.m.Dedication.
lege. Father Flannan Walsh. DeaDer;I in September adults 1985 and represents ,April 4,at Church of God of Prophecy services will begin at
The bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom Moderator, and Father James I, the :young in outreach Inc., located at 2138 N. Tem- 2:30: p.m. Special music will be by
Bay High School, Panama City W/A O'Neal pastor of Live Oak's St ministry of the church. Members of ple Ave., in Starke. the Franklin Nazworth family.
and attends the University of + Francis Xavier Church. and a the group range In age from 24 to 32 Special singers Joyful Sound, Everyone Is cordially invited to be
Florida College of Engineering.The former parishioner of St. Edward's. and rehearse 14* hours per week at from Homerville, GA, are set to per- with us on this special day.
wedding is set for May 2, 1987 Mil ............*-. Luncheon followed at the Crazy the church.
at Trinity United Methodist Churchin and Italian Restaurant with Dr.Thomas Patty and Gaykn Williams are ,

Gainesville at 2:30: p.m. Chuck Dickson.Jr. Baumgartner of Gainesville serving members of the group Patty is the FREE BOOKS .
as guest speaker.Special former Patty MuTlins Starke. : .: .'. .
All friends are welcome to attend. .
'''-_'_ __'''''A.' Mary E. Cooper, guests attending from The Covenant performs a variety ....\ iii..... for .\ : :.. .:::;... .
Robert E. Philapy Jacksonville were Cheryl Conner, of styles, of contempory Christian '

Announce EngagementMr. St.Elizabeth Augustine Bazley.Diocesan Hildegarde President, music.throughout They the state.have performed ":.::': ::" SUMMER FUN IfL-\/;;\. .;

and Mrs. Pearl Lea Davis of Ruper. Sister Rebecca Rutkowskiand Director Lee Lallance graduated
Hampton announce the engagementof Olga Bertozzi. from Florida State University with a
their daughter, Mary E. Cooper, Attending also from SL Edward'swere Bachelor of Music Education degree
of Starke to Robert E. Philapy, also Sophie Kimutis, Pauline and has a Master of Music degree Come one come all for FREE books for
from Columbus ,
of Starke. Oeschger, Ann Gingras. Antoinette College. He has per
The bride-elect is employed by Stefanelli. Jenny Shaffer. Josephine formed as a concert artist for summer enjoyment and learning. The School
Western Steer. Cumber, Mary Humphries and various keyboard manufactory and
The groom-elect is employed by Dolores Meng.Revival is currently the National Concert Ar- Board of Bradford County will be disposing of
Union Correctional Institution.The tist for Kurzwell Musical In-
wedding is planned for May. PlannedAt struments. obsolete or damaged books during the weeksof

Airpark BaptistA Music Lallance at First serves Church as Ocala Minister where of April 6th-10th and April 13th-16th, 8:30: !

revival is planned for Airpark he has served for the past three a.m. until 4:00: p.m. Choose books from pre- ,
Baptist Church beginning Monday. years. I
1r April 13, and ending Friday April The public is invited to attend the school, elementary, high school, vocational :
17. The services are to start at 7 p.m. concert and the reception in
---- each evening. Fellowship Hall which will follow the and reference subjects. Take a FEW or a

Mary E. Cooperand Prior to World War I I. dinner jack .a Baker Guestspeaker of Green is to Cove be Rev.Springs.Ron concert.The concert is sponsored by the TRUCK LOAD, but take advantage of this FREE

I were generally regarded as Informal Special: singing will be enjoyed Gilbert Goldwire Music Fund at
Robert E. Philapy wear to be worn only in the nightly. FUMC of Slarfce. book offer to expand your horizons, increase

absence of ladies. your knowledge, or just for fun. There is

Club NewsStarke reading for all
enjoyment
Thee", arranged by Susan Heifner Restuarant Sat..March 21.Speakingto to organize was made April 24, 1894. ages.
Adams; and "Amazing Grace" arranged the group was Mrs. Lloyd Wike. They met for the purpose of organiz- Books are expensive to purchase, so
Woman's Club by Virginia Harmony; Mrs. historian. She talked on the ing into a national organization Sept.
General Meeting Held Blanche Brown "Ramona", by Organization of the United 10. 1894 with the name United don't miss this FREE Book offer. These books l'
Mabel and "Daises Won't Daughters of the Confederacy.
Wayne; Daughters of the Confederacy.Mrs. .
Stare general meeting of Tell" by Anita Owen; Mrs. Nell Two state-wide organizationscame Lester Crews, vice- are out of date for the learning classroom, f
the Woman's Club met Mann, "Pastural" by Emma Laura into existence as early as 1890; president,presided over the meeting
Wednesday, March 11 at the Starke the but are valuable for learning at home, so,
Paige; and Mrs. Dene Ward, "Per- Daughters of the Confederacy in with a worship program given by I
Clubhouse with President Peggy formance" by B. Jeanie Rosco. Missoun and the Ladies' Auxiliaryof Mrs. J.T. Lawson. COME AND GET THEM. .
Thomas presiding and 49 members Mrs. Debra Bailey Lake Butler the Confederate Soldiers'Home in Mrs. Edward Hall announced that

present. Music Teacher, expressed appreciation Tennessee. In 1886 Gen.John B.Gor- Virginia Crawford, Miss Jackson-
I The invocation was given by for a $25 gift from this club that don introduced Vanna "Winnie" ville, will present a program of r
Evelyn Griffin and a soup and salad made it possible to buy music for her Davis as "The Daughter of the Con Southern Music at the next meeting SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY
luncheon was served by the Home pupils to participate in the "Kids of federacy" and she was asked to planned for April 18,and urged each I
Life Committee, consisting of Diann the U.S.A." concert. name the new group of women who member to attend and bring a 582 North Temple Avenue :
Douglas Norton, chairman, Betty were organizing to collect clothing friend. The Memorial Service will Starke Florida 32091
Young Hazel Kraft, Marge Carlisle, U.D.C. Discuss maintain graves and cemeteries and also be held at this meeting with ,
Laura Conti Gladys Hobbs, Frances Club's serve as nurses aides for the Confederate Robert Hall of the Sons of the Con-
O'Steen, Carolyn Nelson and Jenny HistoryThe soldiers and their families. federates to the
Shaffer. The clubhouse and tables W.T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. Thus the name Daughters of the speaking group.
were decorated with St. Patrick's met at the Bradford Family Confederacy was chosen.A decision
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Day arrangements.The I
meeting was called to order
by Pres. Peggy Thomas and the THANK YOUWe NOTICE
devotional given by Chairman

Patricia Slack. She chose to speak of would like to thank greatly these sponsors that helped make .
a walk with her into Jerusalem, '
ourAnnual Barrel Frqttt suc'cess. .n
from the book "First Easter," by a great ., NOTICE ANDALTERNATIVE APPLICATION FOR ,"
Peter Marshall. -- Remember the Bradf4rd'.Ridiag Cto bride*every Saturday nightat 0 IJ1 1
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Mrs. Diann Douglas Norton'Introduced 7:00: pm. ActiorrJrit112pAPBarreil! Racing every 4th Saturday at

her guest, Evelyn Rooks 3:00: p.m.Bradford PAYMENT OF 1987
Weir, Human Development Family Rest. F.R.K.Enterpnzes Orion Wells Chevrolet
Specialist and her guest, Mr. Joe Bryan Ace Hardware Genesis. Hair Design Ralph A Janice Parrish
Pergola. Her topic: The Caught Dink Baker& Family Gold Kill Feud Mill Purple Gator Western Wear REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT
Generation, Middle Age, Sandwich Billy A Mark Bell Goetzmon Welding, Dolph Reddish
Generation. She pointed out the ages Tom Bigham& Family Green'Welding George Roberts
35 thru 55 are the ages caught bet- DVM Lee Bruey S Family Jr. A Jackie Mersey Record Junction. Inc.
ween the young and the elderly C&M Answering Service Hurtt't Exxon Service Jerry&Donna Rowe
Section 197.222. F.S. Howl *n alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayerwho
generation. In Florida 18% are John&Esther HallJessie's Storke Tire Service
Jeff demons
elects to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payments based upon an estimated -
above age 60 and 65..this is the Central Motor Supply loungeJackson Slumps Dept. StoreStarke tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property In the precedingyear.
Sandwich Generation. Clay Hill Feed Building Supply Auto C.ntrCommunity .
Duplicate Bridge... Stale Bank Longchamp Homes Thomas ft Ingrid Smith
Robert Dodd L&L Masonry Triest Conlr.Comp. THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
The following results are from the Ron Denmark Insurance lewis Timber Comp. Til Const. Co. -Storke

March 24 duplicate bridge game. Durrance Pump LowteyTractorcomp. Tim's Custom CabinetTorodeOil First Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Pay
'- 1. Charlie Riddle Jock Burnett.
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2. Lora Francis Rhea Johnson. Denmark Furniture Co. Mosley Tire Co. N ment shall ha mad not later than June 30, 1987. A taxpayer
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Morrell's Pest Control Thomas Auto
Quik Parts
301 Stop
3. Thomson Lucille must make the first Installment payment In order to participate
Marjorie Farm Bureau Insurance Mitchell's Drug Store Western Auto
In this plan.
Green. Florida National Bank Norman's Produce Mr. &Mrs. James Whitehead

Brew.4. Yvonne Reichmann, Allene Florida Federal Bank Old Glory Williams Jewelry O Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 41a'II.. Pay 0
Friend of Club Florida Pest Control Wilbur A Kay Waters ment shall be made not later than September 30, 1987.
S. Jen & Richard
Tyrholm. Our New 1987 Board of Directors: Bonn

D.A.R. Learns About Pres. J.W. Dorminey V. Pres. Kim Griffis T Third Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any H

National Guard DutiesThe Tres. Jackie Hersey Sec. MaryAnn Pringles adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability "
H discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than Daffi
Samuel Elbert Chapter, Jean Clark Kelly Forsyth H cember 31,1987. B
D.A.R. met at the Kingsley Lake Mark Mosley Merren Lizenbee Johnny Lee
home of Mrs. George Brown with Fourth Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
Mrs. Henry Williams as co-hostess C adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.No C
Thursday, March 19. Major Wayne discount. Payment shall be mad not later than M"O",
Jordan of the National Guard 1988.
Maintenance Division at Camp E
Blanding was the speaker. He ex- E

plained how the National Guard is If you have not received an application to pay 1987 taxes by Installment and it is
the force the ThankYou
State military in peacetime operated and in under your intent to exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the application .

r Federal controL during wartime. -- -r below and mail or file with your county tax collector prior to May 1, 1987.
"'""The'" government's policy is to ,. R 1 The absolute deadline for filing the application is April 30, 1987. Any applicationfiled
allow the National Guard to train ; after April 30 will not be considered.The postmark applications mailed to

anywhere they choose as they must the tax collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional
be experienced for any situation or application forms may be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below
location they may be sent. More ''
reliance is placed on the Guard now, { -a. Esther S. Hall
since we have done away with the ..staR ayw.. Mall completed application tot _Tax Collector
draft. Training "on the spot" is so P O Drawer 969

much better than sitting in a We would like to thank our Jackpot Sponsors. This show is run Starke. Fl. 32091

classroom is ideal to for learn training.so Camp Effective Blending every 4th Saturday at 3:00 p.m. ________________________ DCTACH.IP ___ ___ _____ ________ ____

program for maintenance is a YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1987 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT PLEASE SIGN, DATE, COMPLETE PROPERTYIDENTI.ICATION
NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATIOPi TO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR PRIOR
primary factor to save equipmentcost
F.ed&TackRoy's Farm
as it takes millions of dollars to E.J. Dowling Gold Klst Dorminey TO MAY 1. 1987. UPON RECEIPT.THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAYMENT -
Jl A Blllle Glodwell Grocery Western World DUE. WITH INSTRUCTION IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 13,
Guard.
the National
operate Braddock Insurance Krimps Ranch Jr.S Jackie Hertey 1987. CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
Mrs. David Taber, Regent,presided -
over the meeting. Mrs. Gilbert Rodney S Kim Griffis Carl's" Garage Bradford Telegraph _| TO BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYER II |1_
Brown presented the on Forge A Hammer Farrier Big Chief Form Supply Western Steer Steakhovs
National Defense, program'Teaching hereby make application to participate In the Installment Property I. D. No.
Values" to help the young formulate payment plan for th* 1987 tax year. Legal Description as It Appears on the 1986 Tax No-
tic* Receipt
I I character, contact and choice, to
I develop thoughtfulness, kindness, 'There's suarsTusc DATE
self-discipline and respect for law. -
Guests present were Mrs. Justina

Sikes and Mrs.Music Allyne Kampfhenkel.Riverland nothing

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I Observes Club wrongwith 5..e Ise c ..e_ Prl..tNOTICE

: Luncheon March 12

Mrs. Sue Gainey hosted the
Riverland Music Club Luncheon on my Florida Law requires*.t your estimated taxes must be more than $100.00 In order to participate In the In-
ttaJImwrt Payment ....n. If your estimated taxes for 1987 are $100.00 or lest you do not qualify for this plan.
'I Thursday, March 12. hearing! You must make the first Installment peyment not later than June 30th In order to participate/ hi this plan.
The Parade of American Music Once you Sieve elected to participate In the Installment peyment plan by timely peylrtf the first payment you are
I was observed throughout the month required to> continue participation for tile tax ye.,. If you elect to you will entitled
I of February. A highlight of this wasa Icitrd that one before? to receive the discounts provided by Law. Installment payments that become delinquent shall be pats"
delightful program on February19th the next bHtaHment payment. Discounts shall not be allowed on delinquent payments.
Brooker Elementary You probably heve First of ad.it takes people
presented by Com.
I School with Mrs. Carole j long time realize they have hearing' problem ByMITCHELLS __________--.__.-__.....-__..__ OCTACH _______________________
.II happens gradually.Then they think they DRUB STOtt
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several ranconpensatelorit.YouknowthesrgttL.tttemay.. April **hPUI If yeas have any questions, please contact the Tax Collector's Office at the following lecat'lonsi
ting. Also there were piano loud television thecupped.arand.ohya.the
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Hanroton HSlites Arrivals i

,JL Hampton Elem. School Spelling Bee jttiowin of Starke. Paternal great- I
By Dolores Meng Fair Tickets on Sale Jennifer Lester will be campetin&in ? c..eYI.a ael: Duncan grandmother is Mrs. Essie Thag-
46H-I9I3 and concern of"her relatives + gard Starke.
and the Regional Spelling .Bee ia Tommy Cindy Duncan of
friends at this time. Tickets for the Bradford County Tallahassee would like to announce Rebekah Loraine Johns
Condolence Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. Fair can be purchased at the school Jacksonville Jennifer the birth of their daughter Casey
Sympathy Is and Mrs. Fran last until April 1 at.the bargain price of 2_ Apri111 came Laurel born March 1987 in Lester ft Diane Johns of Starke
extended to the family Meng spent out in first place in the Countywide Z3, would like to announce the birth of
and friends of Leroy R. Rhoden weekend visiting relatives at Ft. Bee held In Starke March 11. Tallalla aee. their daughter Rebekah Loraine
,
who died March 14. Myers: Mr. and Mrs. kenny Staffer for 91. At the fair the"price will be Maternal grandparent* are Bill ft born March 1987 in Gainesville.She .,
of Toledo OH, Dr. and Mrs. Paul doubled-$1 per ticket and KeOyLee;26th-Tina Buckallew June Edwards of Kingsley Lake. 131 IDS. 14
Visitors Vasques of Sandusky, OH, Mr. and and Corey VanSyckd; 27th-Tanya Paternal grandparent are Cora Rebekah weighed brother ozs. Jared
Among recent visitors of Mrs. Mrs. John Manker of Tampa and Picture Taking Newmans; ZSth Charlotte Smith; Lee Duncan of Tallahassee and 3. joins a ,
Louise Mattheus were her children Raymond Meng of Oakland CA. Friday. April 3. dual image pictures 2Mb Jeuica Fisher and Sailye Donald E. Duncan of Jacksonville. age Maternal grandparents are Mr. &.
and other family members: Betty They were overnight guests of Mrs. will be taken at the school. Scoggjns:: ; 31st Gene Birt Dena Douglas Clarence Baldwin Mrs. Oscar Davis of Starke.
and Ralph Langford of Fernandina[ Phyllis McClure and sell- and Fannie Brookins. Paternal is the late
grandparent
and again Janice ft David Baldwin of San
Beach Cecile Ryan,Thursday and
and Jennifer
Marcus Lanier
Tracy Louise Johns.
McCullougb
day in Tampa. Break Conner Diego CA, would like to announce
Pam and Spring .
Kenny Scott
and childrenall and Donald Roberts Gullie
; -Christina the birth OougUs ....nn Karrah
of West Palm Beach and Glenn Late March Students and teachers wiO enjoy Broome. Ton Hersey and Jason Clarence, tfdgpWeis rch sqn.: 18. _, to Gary 'I Gullie of
Mattheus of Folkston Birthdays14th Break the .J. : Nancy .
,GA.Mrs.Mat- Spring week of Apnl i Sanderson IStb Michael San '.' like
Navy Gainesville
Diego Hospital. would to
announce
theus Is Larry and Lori Stone 15th thru 10.
recovering from ; Strickland
recent and Rudy DeWaters; 19tbJennifer Douglas Joins a brother David L. the birth of their son, John Farrah,
She
surgery. appreciates the helD Darter. .--. ;,-2lt.Rti- --_* Wvnin....- Baldwin. born March 19, 1987 in Gainesville.

-....-.. . .-. ... .. .. .. ..--.-..-............ Maternal grandparents are M.... Nancy is the daughter of Lou
I -One of the great mysteries oJ iife is how the Idiot that Leona Saucer and the late Clarence Struth ft Merrill Struth of Starke.
Lawtey Elem. News Saucer of Starke. Maternal great Maternal grandparents are Mrs.
your daughter married can be the father of the smartest grandparent is W.D. Gornto of Lou Struth of Starke and Merrill
grandchildren In the whole wide world. Gainesville. Strutb of Starke.

I The following is a list of students Shannon Herndon. . .. . . .. . .. . ... . . . . . Paternal Vancpannts'are Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
from Lawtey Elementary that made B.}ty Baldwin and the late Douglas Mrs. Frank Rollins of Arcadia, FL.
: 4th A'.
... Grade-All .. ..
the A ana A-B Honor KOII for the 4th
six weeks. Casey Crews, Tina Eunice, Mathew William Padgett

1st Grade-All A's A-B Griffis Honor Veronia Roll Williams. Is Honor Graduate INTRODUCING 964-4744

Becky LeCompte, Brandyn William Padgett, son of Dewitt
Padgett, John Pitcher, Lectlsha Latonya Prevatt Sherman Ross. and Rosa Padgett of Vero Beach, Hours:
Kiser, Esther Massey, Dana Zack Smith, Angel Lanier. Dardie former residents+ of Starke has been Automotive DetailSpecialist ,
Monday Friday
Williams, Victoria Verunac. Bolin Jamie Chamberlain, Tessa awarded the position of Honor! .
A-B Honor Roll .Coyle Darrell Diggs Kyle Graduate of the Tactical Air Command -' >O< a.m. 6 p.m.
Fishburn, Alicia Fulgham Tonya Non Brandie Barrick, Manlyelle Bolin, Griffis, Greg Johnson, Melanie Os- Leadership School Class 87-A. He Saturday 7:30 -I p.m. '
Cletis Brown, James Bryan, Leigh teen, Gareth Starling. was appropriately honored at '
Ann Griffin, James Kilby, Salonika graduation ceremonies at Shaw Air
:
Fl.
527 E. Brownlee Starke
McNeal, Shauneria McQueen, 5th Grade-All A's Force Base Nov...1986. ,

Trisha Moore, Stacy Wood, Lakevia Joni Griffis,Dana Wilkison,Shane C.W. Cunningham (Owner)
The Honor Graduate is the highest -
Clark, Michael Juchniewicz,Jessica Griffin, Pamela Chadwick Peter We Offer the Following Service
Kilby, Veronica Diana Smith, David Juchniewicz, Denise Hankerson, award presented by the school and is
Walling, Jeremy Crawford, Nequila Audrey Massey. based upon his outstanding Washing Pinstriping
Berry, Hope Pierce. scholastic achievement and leadership .
A-B Honor Roll ability. Padgett earned this Waxing Spray Painting
2nd Grade-All A's
recognition by completing this
Shannon Edwards, P.J.
Dominic Barber, Jeremy Pilcher, Sheila Harvey Jason Kilby,Harris Shawn demanding course at the top of his Body Repairs Engine Cleaning _
Michelle Konkel, Jaime Hinman, Lee,Dale Pendarvis,Carrie class. = -
Tanner =
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Henry Ross, Brooke
Andrea
Crawford Raymond Dur- William and his wife the former
Gaskins
Mists Golden.
ban, Laura Goodner, Ruth Anne Elaine Moss, reside in Sumter SC
A-B Honor Roll Harris, Mark King Mark Scott, kelly near Shaw AFB. Elaine is the
Sarah Bennett, Marla Dickens, Shemer. daughter of William F. It Thelma --
Najah Todd,Matthew Wood,Saman- Moss of Crosby Lake.They have two x
tha Cowart, Bonnie Cowie, Kristina 6th Grade-All A's daughters, Melissa and Amy. We wish to thank all of /- '
Johns, Leighton Lee, Jennifer Starl- Rochelle Prevatt, Theresa #
ing, Terrance Tyson. Juchniewicz.AB Sue Gault Celebrates our customers who took "+' =

3rd Grade-All A's Honor Roll Her 78th Birthday
David Dipaolo, Alicia Clemmons advantage of our .ld
Michael Fugatt, Mikel Gaskins, Laterra Johnson, Tony Tatum, Twenty-eight guests enjoyed a openr r .
Harridelle Haile, Tory Hunter,Raye covered dish dinner,including birthday
Nicky Bradley, James -
Wilkinson.
and look for- -
ing .
cake at the specials
Sib
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Padgett, Greg Durban, Erika King, Mists Padgett, Jeff Pitcher birthday -
celebration of Mrs. Sue GaulL The b
Greg Baker.
Stephanie Traylor, Carla
A-B Honor Roll Sheering. party was held March IS at the borne ward to serving you in -
7th Grade-All A's of her daughter, Mrs. Sammie Hig-
Sandra Crews, Michael Hardee, ginbotham.Mrs. the future. _
Darrell Harvey, J'Amil Houston, Shana Crawford, Bridgett Holder, = s
Michael Richardson, Chris Smith, Glenda Rosier, Brandy Ross. Gault has been a Lawtey
Stephanie Tillman, Charlie Crews, A-B Honor Roll resident for 35 years. Sbe moved _
Christine Ranjbar, Eric Michele Barbour, Ricky Jackson, there In 1952 with her parents. .",:.. __
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Juchniewicz, Brandt Wilkerson, Anna Ranibar Meting Smith Misty sister's family ft brother's family Pick Up & Delivery -__ __ --- .,
Dwayne Wilkinson,Jason Van Allen, Crawford, Geneva Hankerson, from HaleyvUle.Alabama.
Donna Hoyle, Melissa Bailey, Shneka Hendrieth, Latain Johnson,
Robert Waring, Doug Singletary, Palrise Smith. Happy Birthday.Mrs. Gault! Your satisfaction Guaranteed

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964-5764 QJ@wDf@Mk [ffi@ Superior Quality Homesat
*,.toBlankenship's Loc H 10O South toward
: n.. I Sic' Affordable Prices
: \ I .. ttey.l'aws.' fake riehM U.
'{ That phrase bothers me.and a You cannot save time but you sea A_.follow ..... t4-T10* ...,. Set 30Y111.9646633erwillegar
i ploy havoc rah tome people lamly can wane*.The only thing_can .
internal clocks' da .-..> trine to MANAGE FT. And rm l Motors
i 'bx OS..Rfi it r'iors Daylight can be aimed. by corMncrd sea m most car In* dtfkrence DURRANCE ink:.
i Chimney Sweep turning of clocks. but saved briveen success and lutan. ..c.People.e..aysldftg..hawl PUMP & SUPPLYAttend Sales & Service
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> camptinmenl. and smkma-oul to bond
: Service by 'save ome."We are encouraged 1> precwrVat .... point o* dmnnanaa- Your Church 200 W. Madison & US 301Itlrko.9&.7200
( purchase "Urne. ___- The penon manage TIME
saving
U011!/lLs'IL) Regularly
964-8278 ... "time-saving machines. and has learned how o manage ire-Because
Starts, "True-sswrgsd.edufes-! ifeistsneandsirnebiaGetyourpmefnBut SMI.Temele ....711' SR 21 Keystone Heights

I can you actually '_ facuc and much of He focuses. .
I DIMPLE'S tuner Where do you store l?How -The dock upbraid. m* wllh the HURST'S c' I' Community
I EYEGLASS STORE do you file tj Or bank a> MSW of erne.-seed Shakespeare And La Slate
STYLE SHOP -; Bruyrrc ..... Thoe who make. the EXXON SERVICE .. Bank
i "Your Complete cww.r....r..w.-.. .- onl use d tone moat ownplain d its I' of Starke
Eyeglass Center" Dimple Overstreet & Staff ..0_...._. .._ araorbaesa- 24 Hour Wrecker Service"H7 Ste .'Only) Home; Owned
:
117 S. Thompson Street N. Temple Avenue
103 Edwards Road 964-8588 984-8111 Independent Band
I: 9645780JORDON : 'U S.Walnut M4-7I30

I CEDAR RIVER AGENCYAT ,J". ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS

I SEAFOODThe STARKE ta..a..a. INC.

Best Seafood In Town "Serving You First" ---...-. 1 Management & Staff

J 236 S. Temple Avenue 441 W. Madison Street Sunday l Hwy. 301 North

;i 964-5685 964-5237 or 964-6313 2 TImochy 984-7500
l:3-t4
J i '-H'HA Captain D's Monday LARRY BATTENCONSTRUCTION I CORBETT'S

l+ebrers '!' CO. TIRES & SERVICE
Seafood Restaurant"A
?. .? Restaurant 8:,.13 Nf
Mandarin & Szechuan Cruislne Great Little Seafood Place"We TuesdsyHebrer "Quality Work for Less" Complete Tire Shop

: 1900 N. Temple Avenue Also Serve Hamburgers s State Road 100 South & Auto Repairs
402 N. -Hwy. 301 N.DENMARK .
101939W.dnetday Temple
9647681Chastain's 804 S. Walnut 964-8100. M4-5283 e.M3I


; Jewelry FLORIDA 111.10 odus CLARK'SHALLMARK FURNITURE
& Gift Gallery SHOP
NATIONAL BANK F Thursday rodustz "Wh n You Care Enough It's A Fact You Can Do Better
i Bibles, Gifts & Jewelry ,," at Denmark's
Officers, Directors 1-14 to Send fe Very s.
1 104 W. Call Street 6Mar BraaVenJ M SkeoelM Center
& Staff Friday 434 W, Call 964-5827
9647271ECONO Exodus e64.aT76WESTERN
1221.36
I NAPA AUTO SaturdayI'tumbers STEER Cubbedge'sCabinets

LODGE PARTS STORE"All 9-.14 FAMILY STEAK HOUSEFrom

Strawberry Patch Restaurant the Right PartsIn All 01 Ua ar IVMfwm Seer f Your Complete Cabinet Center

j Serving Breakfast Lunch Dinner All the Right Places" .,...SO/ ....
1140 S. Water St. 964-4873
Hwy. 301 N. 964-7800 155 W. Brownless Rd. 984-6060 tI0a6001
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j 1NATERSGROCERY NOEGEL'S DEWITT C. JONES DOUGLAS BATTERY CROSLEYMANUFACTURING Andrews Drugs"For

AUTO SALES FUNERAL HOME+ OF STARXE I All Your

Corner US 301 & State "Worship This Week and Distinguished.Caring Sasses We Rebuild Starters CORP. : Pharmacy Needs"
Every Week at the Church of lor Over SO Years Alternators & Generators .
Lawtey Your Choice Steve a andy Futdi &StaffMCMKenaMia Auto-Marine.Cycle Battertee Mark Mullins & Employees Madison 964-7170
782-3737 1011 M.Temple l04i161 114 E. itawa 7 qt71 .u..T..... 1IW111

BADCOCK B&M STARTER Jones Craft Shop All sn'a Office Supplies BRADFORD TITLE -

FURNITUREKim & GENERATOR For All Your Craft & Printing Company & ABSTRACT

238 E. Washington Street Supply Needs a JM earner. Grieve '....... 'yv- encourage you to worship .
Il
& Jan Johnson Handmade Qlfts RrMhq. 0tI1DI irhOSs. this week & every week"
964-5274 's.3dl PIau M4-7S33 ; 113 E.Cell St. .< 4-l. .s 884-6111

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Golfers Win :match, Record at 111Bradford I : Dae111R i i'r iY ik OLIIe



High's young golferswon Palatka High, Coach Mike Sexton Upcoming...
a trl-Match by eight strokes points out. Sexton coached the BHS plays at Live Oak today
over Palatka and by 47 strokes over golfers back In the 60s and Coach (Thursday, April 2). BHS beat
Clay High In a March 26 trl-match at Warney Adkinson took over in the Suwannee High in Starke earlier.
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the Palatka Golf and Country Club. 70s and 80s. BHS beat Palatka once
Senior Hal Wood led BHS with a on the Starke Golf and Country Club The golfer are Idle over Spring
39. Freshman David Elder and course when Ed Watts and Matt Her- break next week. They will resume

sophomore Ed Douglas each shot 40, res were playing, Adkiknson action Thursday,April 14,when BHS
and freshman Link Bishop shot 42. remembers, but never beat the hosts Middleburg for a 3:30: ( p.m. [I] Bates Open
Bradford shot 161 as at team, Braves at Palatka. match. BHS and Middleburg tied in
Palatka 169, and Clay High 208. The "That course usually gives us a a 3-way match at The Ravines ,,b Rotary Files
two wins pushed the BUS record to rough time," said Adkinson. "Sex- course. ,, R'' All models have sturdy tubular legs
11-1-1. ton's boys must have done a good jobIf Thursday, April 16, BHS goes to 1:1: with Insertable alphabetic guides.
It WAS A rnrp BUS. win "ver thev beat them down there." Orange Park.
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BHS girls won the runner-up Davis was fourth in 4:18.92.: 110 Nigh Hurdln- 1) Owns KHS 1111 J) Reg. $43.75 ea
trophy and the boys placed third at Unissa King's throw oi 93'66" was Adams, B, If I 1) KINKS" B, 10.0. (A) Bankers Box 1100 Card Cap, 40 Guide ? 32>9
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100 Meter DMA II Sole B II17 1) D.Sh. 2'/-! DF4-SP24-110 NOW EA
the Santa Fe Invitational March sixth in th discus.
25. KHS I3.4S 91 Davll, B, II'. '
In a busy week the runners com- MM Run II Sapp .. 1M: J> Harrall, B, titJ Economy Reg. $71.50 ea CO41
peted at Santa Fe High,competed in BUS Girls 81 KIIS 37 II Tannant, B.a:00. 3* US' DF4-SR3S-110 NOW OO EA
440 Yard Ralay. l| B IS.II Kim Filing Box
the Florida Relays last Saturday, Unissa King had two first places, .Coh.n.,Torrl Klttln' TI... Bull H.mpon.Anvl. II KHS H Bates Vue File and
and Tuesday March 31, beat winning the shot with a throw of S7.03. Economical record protection. Tote
Keystone Heights in a dual meet. 33'4" and had the winning toss in the M 440 04 Yard 3) Ova DilhII KHS 70 Adams. 0.330Yard .,.....21 Davll. B. handles string and button closure. Covered 'Vue File
discus of 95'2" Tuesday against Easy set Sizes are Inside
Low Hurdle' II Con.n. B $6.62 IIJackla up.
Florida Sturdy elevated base keeps all cards
Relays... Keystone Heights. / Davll B, IU' 31 Slnglatary KHS".36. dimensions.
Cory Roberts was one of the Tiela Buie won the 100 meters, the MO Yard Run- II Harrall, B, 2.0, II Arila" In view. Alphabetic "InfoGuides"
220 yard dash, and was on the winning KHS, >i44 31 Sapp. B, lijl. tattar12w Reg. $5.30 ea allow complete I record keeping.i
outstanding high school sprinters at 310 Yard D.... II Bula. B. 11 n II Owani, moy4-H x 24y4LDES704
the Florida Relays last Saturday 440-relay team. Her total of 11V4 KHS. It.H 31 Hampton B, 3014. NOW 395 Cards can be removed. 500 card
March 28. Roberts' 11.32 placedfourth points was high for the meet. Two Mill Run. II Tannant, B, 13,.Jl 1) H. Ar.II. capacity. 2%" x 4" card size.
i., KU!, 13.11 31) Harrall B,15:30.MI '
in 100-meters in the Kim Adams 10V4 points was se- Legal' Reg. $5.95 ea
High ).Ralay B 4.51(Cohani Kltllai,Adorns, Reg. $15.25 ea
School Invitation, competing with cond high point performer with a Oavlll 5) KHS 5:27.: IS'W x 10"H x 24VLDE 445 Black DF4-VF24-BK H63
top high school sprinters from all third in the shot, a second in the 110 5-703 NOW Putty OF4-VF24-PT NOW -f U EA

over Florida and the Southeast.In high hurdles, a win the 440( was on BUS Boys 76 KIIS 51 Covered Vue File- Reg. $23.25 ea
the Class 3A Division! Roberts the winning mile relay team, and Black DF4-CVF24-BK ?_
1 6V
placed second in the 400 meters in was fourth In the long jump. Cory the 100 Roberts, 220, and was 440 a,triple and Malachi winnerin [OH] Bankers BoxSimplimatic Putty DF4-CVF24-PT NOW

49.28 seconds. Roberts was third in Unissa. Kings two first totaled 10 Jenkins was a triple winner in the File [S3] Bates UniversalRugged
the 100 in 11.22, and third in the 200 points.Christie
high jump, long jump, triple jump
Harrell had nine
meters in 22.51. points. and third the construction together Swivel Base'Measily.
She was second in the mile, first in was in snot! put against snaps
Keystone Heights. Folds flat when not In use. Attaches to office products and
and third in the
the 880( yard run, was many
The distance
BHS girls medley two mile. The BHS boys won the meet with Stores letter or legal size files. instantly provides full circle turning.
relay was third over-all in 13:36.3
76-51. Jenkins was point man with 16
with Christie Harrell, Kim Adams, In a dual meet three places count Roberts' three win netted Reg. $4.55 ea 4i) Reg. $7 95 ea 11
Ramona Tennant, and Lori Sapp.In 5,3,1 points in individual events or 5, him points.15 points. DES-727 NOW 3 EA DF4-SWIVEL NOW 6 EAr

the girls 4 by 100 relay, BHS was 0 for relays. Cam Ward had two firsts and 10
6th over-all with a time of 53.92 with Shot Pu"-II King..30.." 1) Davil, B,17'1'V
t) Adams, .M't". points with wins in the mile and two
Angie Cohens, Terri Kittles, Kim Dlieui-1)King .."'2" 1)Surcy B.63'2"11 mile. Robert Thorpe won the half
Adams, and Felicia Davis.In WI...?. KHS "'t". mile, was second in the mile and an-
the 4 by 400 meter relay, the High Jump. 1) Aril. KHS 4'2" 1)) Johnson, chored the mile relay team. rm.... .
KHS 4-1" 1) MICKay. KHS"'2". i I ICI
of Harrell .
BHS team Christie Lori
Lang Jump. II Ow.n.. KHS. ,.'" 1) DaSha, Shot pu, II Rhodon KHS.41'tO" II Oirdnir .
Sapp, Kim Adams and Felicia w... ".,.. .. ".vl. ...... KHS, 31'." 31 Janklni' B. 34'* ,yp' Dtr



I Baseball Squad Loses Four Straight I IA .,. .. .. '-- ::j.' '. @).." r..t.,..' ntrl


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discouraged bunch of BHS KHS banged out 16 hits. 42 KHS which rolled to the fence. GHS has a -' W .
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baseballers went down 13-5 to batters went to the plate and did short 280 foot left field fence, points 1A13M -
Keystone High and 9-2 to Gainesville something beside walk. A lot of KHS out Coach Simpkins.Sophomore !

High this past week, extending their hits were bloopers just over the in- lefty Tim Lewis, 0-3, 810 Scotch Brand
started for BHS and took the loss.
losing streak to four games. field, Coach Simpkins said.
The BHS nine is 7-8,a game behind KHS' Paul Akridge went the Hal Woods, 6-3, relieved. GHS had Magic Transparent Tape B
the Coach Charlie Sim- distance, limiting BHS to eight hits. eight hits, but hit for extra bases.
.500
pace !S]Tops Letter-
A Message Reply
that resists and
BHS was limited to five hits. Ran- frosty tape cracking
pkins is trying to keep. A Monday KHS led all the way.
rainout of an Ocala Forest BHS starter Cordell Strong pitched dal Polk had two hits, his hume run yellowing with age. Can be written on Carbonless
that was to be played in Starke game is five innings and took the loss. Hal and a single. Also getting single base and resists moisture. 3 parts, printed In 2 colors. 8Vj" x 7".

probably the only thing keeping BHS Woods relieved in the fifth and also hits were Sean Robinson, Robert 1296" roll 1" core Reg. $1.93rtA" 50 sets per pack. esz
from having lost nine games. got knocked around. Starling, and Bill Heavner who end- OAa-aio-i29e'A NOW 150 DL1-3B01 Reg. $7.49 pk NOW PK
Robert Starling walked stole se- ed the game with a line shot which Reg. $2 56 rl Tops Today Pad

BHS is simply not playing good, cond and third, and scored on an er- hit the wall o' the short left field W DA8-B10-129S-34 NOW 198 Printed blue on blue bond. 5%" x 8%".
consistent baseball, says Coach ror on a Tim Lewis grounder to the fence. 2592" roll, 3" coreV4 Reg. $3 24 rl 2 I
poly pack.
I Simpson.The players are down after shortstop.Two "That was the way it went for us. DAB-B10-25B2'/ NOW 2R9 pads per Rig. $4.49plc NOW 041DL121S1 PK
! four losses, he points out,but there is BHS runs were scored in the That shot was really hit but didn't go Reg. $4 47 rl' 44
nothing to4o but get back up and try fifth when John Berry was hit by a over the fence," said Coach Sim- W DAS-ai 0-2592-3/4 NOW 3 IlL IS Tops "Important Message" Pad

to compete.. ...' pitch and Billy Heavner was safe on pkins.FLA.TWIN. Reg. $5.76 rl 50 sheets/pad. Pink paper printed
't.! .,. ., a fielder's choice. The pair advanced 1* DAS-810-2592-1 NOW 458 black. 4'/3" x 5.1 dozen/per pack.
Upcoming... on an error at second base and THEATRE *
BHS faces Baker High on the Tor- scored on a 2-RBI fly out to second. Starke 964-5451 rnJ 3M 811 Scotch Brand DLt- oo2-P Reg. $3.98 dZ NOW 2DZIB

nado diamond at 7 today Two more BHS runs came in the [
p.m. Magic Plus Removable Tops Application For Employment
sixth when Tim Lewis was safe on an
(Thursday, April 2). Open Every Night Two sided form with check off
That is the final action until after error by the shortstop and Randal Transparent Tape
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11" 50 sheetspad.A
8Va" x
Spring break, unless the Ocala Polk walked. The pair scored on a V2.boSPECIAL system.
cancelled sacrifice and another walk. : A frosty tape like 810 Magic Tape, but
Forest or Clay ZFOUTops
games : Sal. Sun. 5:00 Showing Reg. $3.30 pd NOW
because of rain, can be rescheduled. : removable even If adhered for long
GHS 9 BHS 2 a 1e.e.eeee..ee Tuesday Showing. ..:! periods of time. "Things To Do Today" Cards

KIIS 13 BIIS 5 Four home runs paced Gainesville Starts Frl.. April 3 1296" roll 1" cow Re9- $2.04 '! 4UW "Special attention" section for follow-
"They were hot, They had their High 9-2 over Bradford High last DABB111296'NOW I RL ups. 3'.4" x 7%", 50 cards per pad. 2
best game of the season," says Wednesday, March 25, in Reg. $2.71 rl -n pads per PolyRpacki3gpk /MI
Coach Simpkins of the 16-5 bombingat Gainesville. V" DAe-BII-1296-3/4 NOW RL DL1.2740 NOW L pic
the hands of Keystone High last Randal Polk hit an Insidetheparkhome
Thursday, March 26, on Bradford run for Bradford, a shot in the
Field. gap between right and center field

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(from page 3A) Tickits are $5 per person and can I [, .
be obtained by writing to Mr. (f)
of the stars from the popular movie Reagan in care of Bradford High i c.
"Breaking". School with a stamped, self-enclosed ,
The group was also chosen for the envelope. Make all checks payableto .
grand opening of the Florida Bradford High School Tickets will _.

Theatre after a million dollar also be available at the door, providing .'- .
renovation. space is available. This is a IHI I1J [1;] ,
Several members of the group are semi-formal dance and is open to \, ,

students at the University of Florida faculty, staff and guests of the Brad- Spring Break Special rnljf' '. oI I,
and the drummer has performedwith ford County School district and the "Orval American Rabbit" 0..J
All-American of and their "
the McDonalds merchants Starke ,
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Mon. eV Tua* April
band at Disney World. With all that guests.
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wonder the band was : 10:30 a.m. '" /
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ALL SLATS 1.00 .,
chosen by Spanish Club and Spanish "

Honor Society members to perform Catarro will be performing Saturday -

their fund-raiser. April 4 for the student body 301 DRIVE-IN Burroughs Ribbons
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I BUS Tennis Teams Keep the Hot Streaks Going with Dual Wins



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The Bradford High School tennis District tournament competitionis Against Palatka. the girls won to Krause and Wilkinson 9-8, but Against Palatka, top seeded Jason win over Jamie Murphy.In .

team continued to roll last week, set for April 15 at the University of four of five singles matches including BBS gained a split when Ross and Brown's 8-4 win over Mike Wells on exhibition play, Mike Smith

despite two matches being cancelled North Florida in Jacksonville.The top seeded Maria Thomas's Nguyen beat Ettele and Vance 8-3 on court one was a perfect Indicator of defeated Craig Westberry 9-8(7-5) in

by rainy court conditions, with dual Lady Tornadoes had little 8-2 win over Michelle Krause. court two. things to come as the BHS guys the Closest match of the day, and

wins over Palatka Tuesday at the trouble extending their overall Kim Sapp defeated Tracy Etelle Boys Surging floored their guests 7-0. Eric Traugott lost to Mike Lisle 2-8.

JJHS, j>UrtS. record to 8-2 with an easy &-3 win 8-3 on court two to keep the winning The Tornadoes have a real hot Jody Brown kept things going on In doubles the Brown brothers
over Palatka. The girls have won streak going and Jackie Nguyen streak going with eight straight court two with an easy 8-0 win over defeated Wells and Murray: 8-0 on

their last five straight matches and kept her record flawless she is wins, a 9-1 record overall and a B-1 Stacy Etelle while Pat Diggs beat court one and Noegel and Hildebran
The next match for Head Coach have a district record of 6-1. They undefeated in singles play this record in the district. Like the Brad Kelly almost as easily, 8-1 on beat Ettelle and Kelly 8-2 on court

Jerry McGriff's squad will be the defeated the one team they lost to in season,by defeating Jennifer Harrelon ladies, they avenged their only loss court three. two.
final regular season match against the district Live Oak, decisivly in court four. Holly Shields lost 1-8 of the season when they defeated Rick Klmutis defeated Alan In exhibition doubles Deven

Lake City Friday,April at 4 p.m.at the second match between the.two on court five. Live Oak in the second match bet- Nesbitt 8-1 on court four and Paul Dever and Mark Shuford beat Murphy -

teams this season. _In doubles.!! Thomas and Sapp fell. ween the two teams. Bawek finished things off with an 8-4 and Lisle 83.

..- 1l.1_ _.' ... J 11- -ill/ii',...". ..._. -..-,;.:---i'-U":._;_. .. ,.. .. ... u. ...".'_... d...._. ",_ .u'. ,.. 1\1.. i"" 111' -- -
T 1 PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
TO ALL
home.Legal I.D. No. IFABP43FOEZ131031 NOTICE OF PROPOSED Hove seised and have In my possession triplicate. Any bids received after the DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATEAND
Dolph I.Reddish.Sheriff ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE BY the following described par.onalprop.rt specified time and dat. will not be con ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
sidered. The sealed bids will be publicly
Bradford County Florida CITY COMMISSION ,to-wltl THE ESTATE
3/262tchg 4/2 STARKE, FLORIDA 197B Lincoln 4 dr. 1.0. No. opened and road aloud at 4:00 o'clock on YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
April 24. 19(7 In the Commission
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th*proposed BV(2A(6(60( City administration ef tha estate of ROGER
1971 Chevrolet p/u truck, I.D. No. Room at th* City of Stark.located at tha
Ordinance, whose title LEI HESTER, deceased. File Number(717CP.
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday CE141A62534 intersection of Thompson and Jackson
hereinafter appears, will be considered Is p.ndlnIn the Circuit Court
April 6. 1917. at 10:00 clock A.M., for final enactment on tho.7th day of As the property of the abova nomad Streets. The Information for Bidders, for BRADFORD County, FIitf.ra,Probate

NoticesINVITATION the undrslgnd. Gator Frelghtways, April. A.D., 19B7 at the City Commission defendant and that on Monday,the 27th Form of Bid Proposal, Form of Contract Division tha address of which I I. Drawar

Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at Meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m.. day of April 1917 at two o'clock on said Plans, Specifications, and Forms of Bid B, Starke, Florida 32091. The personal

2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville, Fla..32205. In tha City Hall, 209 North Thompson day on the premises of the Bradford Bond, P.rformanc. and Payment Bond representative ef the ..ta'. Is MARY
one lot of furniture consigned to Street, Sta..., Florida. A copy of said County Jail I will offer for sola and sell and other contract docum.nt. may b. BANKESTER HESTER whoa. address Is
TO WO Southeastern Horn Patient.Panama City Ordlnanc. may b* Inspected by any to the highest bidder for cash In hand, examined at the office of the Grant Administrator 7301 Schwab Drive, Pensacola. Florida

Th. City ol Stark Community Flo.$ one lot of Filter elements, consigned member of the public at the OHIce of th* the above described property of said located at 108 East Call 32504.Th.name and address of the personal
to Eller ft Co.. Jacksonville. Fla., defendant to satisfy tha aforosald Execution. Str_. Copies may be obtained at this
Development. Block Grant Offlco will City Clerk In th* City Hall. Starka. representatlva's attorney ara set
receive bid. on Monday April 6, 19(7.. ,. one lot of mattresses consigned' to Ms. Florida. On tha data first abovementioned offs;. upon payment of 30.00 which forth below.
until lOiOO a.m. at City ol Stark Grant- Ida Grant. Pensacola, Fla., ana lot of all Interested parties may Dolph E. Reddish,Sheriff amount constitutes thecost of reproduction All persons having claims or d.mand..galn.t .

Office, IDS Earl Call Street. Stark., FL bag mattress consigned' to Warranty appear and be heard with respect to this Bradford County,Florida and handling and Includes $1.43 th..stat. are required. WITHIN
Florida Stat. Sales This
32091, for th* purchato of two homing Atlanta Plant Pnsacola Flo.,to satisfy proposed Ordinance.AN 4/2 4tchg 4/23 Tax. paymontwill THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
be refunded.The .
unit. located a* follow! freight and storage charges, under the ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF not FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
provisions of Section 4b) of Uniform STARKE SUPPLEMENTING AND AMEN Owner, reserves the right to file with the clerk of the abova court awritten
1.202 N. Thompson Strot Unit 11 Standard Bill of Lading. DING ORDINANCE NO USA INVITATION TO BID waiver any Informalities or to reject any statement of any claim or demand
2. 224 N. Thompson Street Unit 12 16-777341 dtd.6/2/B6 Tha City of Stark. Community or all bids.
have. Each claim
AUTHORIZING THE AWARD OF they mustbe
bids for may
Development Office will accept Each Bidder must deposit with his/her
Th. will be for Pro.02-765751 dtd. 1/14/B7 In and must Indicate the basis
purch..r responsible $3.050,000 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF CITYOF writing
the Installation of 16( If of skirting toth.l bid, security In the amount form and.ubJoct
tho relocation of th* dwelling unit and 12.776170 did.6/5/Bt STARKE UTILITY REVENUE REFUNDING for the claim the name and address ef

th* clearing of all debris from th* lot ,.....907 dtd.'/25116G BONDS SERIES 1917; SPECIFYINGTHE ((14x70, temporary mobile home relocation). facility .Information to the for conditions.,dd....provided Sureties In used the the creditor or his agent or attorney, and
after th* removal of th* unit. _,Frolghtways.Inc.. Carrier TERMS OF SUCH BONDS* tha amount claimed. If the claim I I. not
(, 19(7
bid April for bonds
Date of obtaining must
opening a* acceptable
app.ar
Th. of Stark th 3/26 Jtchg 4/2 due, the dot. when It will become '
City reserves *right to ACKNOWLEDGING THE FILING OF Plac. of bid opening: Grant OHIce, on th* Department of Treasury yet
reect| any or all bids. Far additional DISCLOSURE STATEMENT! DETER 101 E. Call St. Circular 570. due shall be stated. If the claim I I. contingent I

formation contact Linda Day or Jim INVITATION TO BID MINATING SALE OF BONDS AS IN BEST Tim. of bid opening: 10:00 a.m. No blddar withdraw hls/har bid or unliquidated the nature of
Dasher at ((904)) 964-(902. Bid form can The City of Stark. Community will may the uncertainty shall b* slated tf th* I
INTEREST OF CITY; DESIGNATING Bids are for labor only. Materials within thirty ((30)) days after the actual
b* obtained from th* Grant Offic.. 10* Development Offlc. will accept bids for REGISTRAR AND PAYING AGENT; be supplied by the City of Stark. Bids data of the opening thereof. claim Is secured, th* security shall b.

East Call Street Stark, FL 32091. tho rehabilitation of a dwelling unit as AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF must b. submitted In sealed anvalopes. Th. contractor shall begin moblllia- described. The claimant shall deliver
sufficient of the claim to the clerkto
3/26 2tehg 4/2 folio wsi BOND INSURANCE) AND APPROVING For further Information contact Loren tlon and procurement of materials copies I
Data of Bid, Opening: April 13, 1917 PLACEMENT MEMORANDUM. Dasher at 9641902. within ten working days of tha receipt of anable the clerk to mall ona. copy to I

Place of Bids Opening: Grant Office BYt TERENCE M. BROWN 4/2 Itchg the notice to proceed. each personal representative.All
Interested In th..stat.to
log E. Call Street Slarke TERENCEM. BROWN P.A. Attention of Bidder I I. particularly persons I
whom of this Notice of Administration
a
Tim. of Bid Opening 10 a.m. 4B6 North Temple Avenue call.d to tha requirements a* to conditions copy
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH has been mailed are required.
Location of Unit: 731 North Pin.Street Stark., Florida 32091904964B272 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS of employment to b.observed and
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,IN AND FOR WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM I
Owner of Unit! Hayword Brook City of Starka,Florida(heroin' referred minimum wage rates to be paid under
BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
Dot of Contractor Walk-through! 3/26 2tchg 4/2 to as the "Owner") the Contract Section 3, Segregated
CASE NO.117.1H THIS NOTICE, to file objections
Sealed bids marked "S.al.d Bld"--Clty Facilities, Section 109 Executive Order any I
April 6. 1f(7 .
IN RE: Th. Marriage of they may have that chall.ng.the validity
of Stark. Small Cities and all law and
Community 11246, applicable
Tim. of Contractor Walk-through!
EMMETT ROY CRIAG. JR.. of tha decendent's will the qualifications -
Husband 10:00 a.m. at th* |lob site Development Block' Grant Project for regulations of the Federal gov.rnm.nt of tha personal representative, or
and A copy of the work write-up can b* INVITATION TO BID Fiscal year 19(7 to b. financed by the and Stat.of Florida and bonding and Insurance the venue or jurisdiction of the court.

MELISA HOPE MOSS CRAIG, obtained from th* Grant Office, 101 E. Th. City of Lawtey Community Stat. of Florida Department of Community requirements.IN ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
Development Office, of their Affairs will be received by the PARTICULAR, BIDDERS, SHOULD
Call with of the as part
WI'.. Street along a copy NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
Demolition/Relocation Program will Own.r for the construction of the Prol.ct NOTE THE REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS
NOTICE OF ACTION; Basic Technical SpecificationsPropertyStandards. BARRED.
receive sealed bids for the Demolition described as follows! AND CERTIFICATIONS TO BE EXECUTED
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE! .Grant Office hours are B a.m. Date of th* first publication ef this
and lot Clearing of two single family Paving, drainage, lighting, and landscaping AND SUBMITTED WITH THE FORM OF BID
NO PROPERTYTO 12 noon and 1 p.m. 5 p.m., Monday Notice of Amlnlstratloni April 2, 19(7.
dwellings. all and Improvements to the core PROPOSAL.
area
Including structure
: MELISA HOPE MOSS CRAIG Bids must b. submitted MARY BANKESTER HESTER
through Friday. debris other than natural shrubbery and of tha business district.Proposals 4/2 Itchg
RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU As Personal Representatlva of tha
In sal.d.nv.lop.s.In tha crushing and filling of septic tank. If shall b. addressed to thoCIt I
ARE NOTIFIED that an action for order to be eligible to bid, the Contractor Estate of ROGER LEE HESTER
appllcabl., at tha following locations of Stark., Florida and deliveredhere
dissolution of marriage ha. been filed the Contractor Standards IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Doc.edAnORNEY'
must meet ((1)) 26 5S 22; lot 52 E t W by 71' N& S In to the OHIce of the City CI.r.locat.d .
against and are required to the of Stark. forIlc.nsing BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE i
you you set forth by City
SE cor of Lot 4 of Oils S/D R P 6365, and In th* City Hall not later than
.rv. a copy of your written defenses. ffany purposes and must hold current (2) 23 5S 22: Comm at SW cor of lot 15, 4:00 o'clock p.m.,on April 24 19(7.Proposals PROBATE DIVISION :
to ion Eug.n. '. Shaw, Husband.attorney Contractor's license. File Numb.r(717CPDivision JOHN I. TODD, JR., ESQUIRE
City run Nip along W bndry of Lot 15 200' to shall be designated as "SealedBld"
whoso address Is 925-E North 1613 Barnett Bank ..ulldlngJack..nvlll.
further Information, contact .. ((13(01)IN )
For FOB of Stark.
Nip on W bndry 125.46' Ely 165' Sly Clty Community Development
T.mpl. Av.nu. Stark. Florida 32091 ., Florida 32202
Charles Jackson or Jim Dasher at on E bndry of Lot 15 .A 125.46' Wly 165' Block/ Grant Project for Fiscal Year RE: ESTATE OF
before April 27. 1917 and file the 353.7491
on or ROGER LEE HESTER ((904))
9641902. POI 1917 to b. financed by the State of
original with tha clerk of this court to In Lawt., E of RY. Both locations Deceased 4/2 2tchg 4/9
either before service on Husbands ate 4/2 Itchg located In the East Lak. Street Targ.t Florida Department of Community Af
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
torn.,or Immediately thereafter;otherwise Area ef Lawt.,, Florida. Submit as two fairs. All bids must b. submitted In

a default will be entered agaln.t NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO separata bids.
Bids will be accepted at the Community -
you for the relief d.mand.d In the peti REGISTER
Development Office located In the (

tlon.DATED on this 19th day of March Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section NAME 45.09. Florida Lowly Volunteer Fire Department, Post BALLOONS You Are I Invited I.
1917. OHIce Bon 4... Lawt.", Florida 32051
Statutes, notice I* hereby given that tho
GILBERT S. BROWNAs undersigned Libby 8 Dewltt GriHIs. RI. until 12:00 noon on Monday, April 13. For EveryOccasion To EnJoy -w
19(7. Bids will be at 1:00
opened
on
CI.rk of th*Court p.m.
1, Ban 309. Ralford FL 320(3. faint
By Marlon McRa. business under the firm April 13, 19(7.

A*Deputy CI.rk owner name of doing L D Nursery Tree-Service, For additional Information contact Er. 1 The Covenant Singers ,
3/26 4tehg 4/16 rol D. Jones at 7(2-3710 between 9:00
Rt. 1, Box 309, Ralford. FL 32093.Intends
a.m. and 1:00 p.m.,Monday through Fri
to register sold fictitious name und.r Ih.afor.sald day. off

statute.Dated .
this 4th day of March. A.D., Development Th. City Office of Lawt.reserves, Community th* right First United Methodist Church of Ocala
1917 in Bradford County.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA to refect any and all bids. Indicate sealed 1.
3/12 4tpd 4/2
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND bids on outside, of envelope. Th. City

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. of Lawtey Is an Equal Opportunity
7:30
CASE NUMBER:56.33-CP 1-372 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Emplo,... In Concert at p.m.

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF REGISTER 4/2 Itchg
SCOn FLINT LOGSDON FICTITIOUS NAME

Deceaied. Pursuant to Section 165.09 Florida Saturday April 4
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Statutes, notice I* hereby given that theundersigned. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ,
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Alejandro J. Salazar and Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E.

DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE Sylvia M. Salazar 207 N. T.mpl. A...., Reddl.hOI sheriff of Bradford County
ESTATE Stark., Fla. 32091 Joint owner*, doing Florida under and by virtu of Writ of We DeliverClark's

Within thr. months from th* tlm. of business under the firm name of D ft S Execution, to-wlti First United

th* first publication of this notice, you Motor. Inc.. 207 N. Tempi Av.., Execution Issued out of County Court
or. required to f II.with th*CI.rk of th* Starke, Fla. 32091. Intends to register of Alachua County, Florida pursuant to a

Circuit Court of Bradford County Pro- sold fictitious name under tho aforesaid Final Judgement for Norwest Financial Methodist Church

bat. Division, th* address of which Is statute. America. Inc. of Gainesville. Florida ""

Bradford County Courthouse, Stark, Dated this 16 day of March A.D. I9B7 and against Danny I.Busby and Vicki.L. \ '_ Stake
Florida, a written and verified statement In Bradford County. Busby, defendants. In the amount of
of any claim or d.mand you may hove 3/19 4tpd 4/9 1,443.91 together with cost of collection. 1 SHOP
against th* estate of SCOTT FLINT .
LOGSDON deceased. 964.8776 No Charge Reception Follows

Each claim must b* In writing and
must Indicate th*basis for th*claim th*

nom. and address of tho creditor or his

agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet du., the Our Place
date when It will become due shall b* Listen for Your Phone to Ring !

stated. If th* claim I I. contingent or unliquidated 0.GasOsREE

th* nature of th* uncertainty Bo,0

shall b. stated. If the claim I* secured Steak Dinner You be called to receive a
the security shall be described. Th.claimant may t

shall deliver a copy of the claim to

the the personal clerk who representative.shall furnish the copy to Melrose Cafe Starke/Keystone Heights Shopping Spree"a'OneGetOn.

ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FREE
$1200 in Free Gifts !
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. worth'over

Dated th* 9th day of March 1917. 9pagheulDfnner

JOHN J. NEILLY, JR., Esquire

1031 N.W. 6th. Florida Str_32601. AlGainesville. Catfish's Sandwich Shop Free Services! Entertainment! 2 for 1 Dinners & Specials

((904)) 372-3711
Boy On..CdOnoFREE ALL FOR ONLY '19.95
LOUISE LOGSDON KINNEY

A. Natural Mother of Scott Sub Sandwich Starke/Keyctone Height Shopping Spree I. sponsored by the following merchant

Flint logsdon, deceased. R
3/26 2tchg 4/2 Captain
Grog'C,J's Cutt 'n LooseFREE Trimbles Karate Studio


Buy One, Get One FREE FREE FREE

NOTICE Or INTENTIONTO Breakfast
REGISTER 12 Game 1 or 2 peoplePicAFlick One Styled Haircut Karate Leoson


Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section NAMI(65.09 of Florida Orian Wells Chevy-Olds of LawteyFREE Doris Hair ClinicFREE Boynton's GymFREE

Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Merle Norman
'undersigned. Harold W. Cppl, P.O. Box FREE

(52. Stark. FL. 32091-OC52.ale owner, FREE
doing business undo the firm 1 name of OU change w/purchase of filter
12 overnight movie rental. One Styled Haircut Visit for 1 or 2 _
Trl-County Produce. P.O. Box 152. Facial & Mantc r -

Starke, Fl 32091-0(52. Intends to '
Marion Tire & Battery The Beautique
register said fictitious name under the Home Ent. Concepts The T.L.C. CenterFREE Carey's Flowers & Gifts


aforesaid Dated this statute.19th day of March A. D... rotatFREkE: FREE FREE

1917 In Bradford County. FREE .
y
3/26 4tpd 4/14 Tire ..sion _
12 overnight movie rental 12 Tanning Seuion Carnation _

Buddy's Garage Hair Benders 1'" The eautique Chaatain's Jewelry Williams Jewelry


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN FREE
FREE FREE FREE
REFERENCE PUBLIC SALE FREE Bay 0.. Get Oa*

OF PATROL VEHICLES Lube Job 12 Tanning Selon Jewelrjr.Cleaner 14K Cold Item
Th. Bradford County Sheriff Office One Styled Haircut

will ..11th.following described property -

I* the highest bidder on April a, 19(7 Merle Norman Studio Shear Perfection Body Image, Inc.FREE rurple Gator Sabo's Restaurant
(Monday) at 3:00 11M".. piece of sale.
Bradford County Jail. Vehicle may b.tnsp.cod *
FREE FREE
prior ta ..... FREE FREE Bay One Get One Bay One, Cat One

19(4 Ford Crown Victoria 4-dr.sedan 12 Tanning Selon Dinner
I.D. No. 1FABP43F9EZ1310M S.OO Gift Certificate One Styled Haircut __ Clothing Plaza or

1914 Ford Crown Victoria,.-..,.ode

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Thursday,April Z,1987
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Opening ceremonies for new hospital
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ByMarkFriedlin Administrator Rearick praisedthe
BCT Staff WriterA quality of the doctors on the staff
new era in health care in Brad- and said they are the reason for the
ford County dawned Saturday in high caseloads the facility is experiencing >
Grand Opening ceremonies for at present.
Bradford Hospital's new,$6 million, The six doctors are on the staff in- : vMpfe
54-bed addition and was hailed as clude: Dr. George Restea, Dr. "_ :tN't1.'

an important indicator of growth Georgetta Latcu Dr. Kiert Sun- ...... ... .. ie+.a ''Y d
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and modernization for the community. dusadee. Dr.' Pete Gianas, Dr. n iiAA'R"I"I."f'" .Ir---r &} J

Carlos Hernandez and Dr. William Grand Opening...
Hospital Administrator Tim Rocafort.
Rearick has reported a smooth tran- The new wing was gaily A big crowd of well-wishers gathered Saturday to celebrate the grand The new wing was gaily decorated for the day by staff members. I
sition as his staff takes their placesin decorated by staff members for the opening of the Bradford Hospital's new IB-million addition and rennovaThe old wing is now being rennovated to match the new addition.
the new, ultra-modem buildingwith event, which included Rep, George tion.
few problems."We Crady as guest speaker.
had a vision," said opening This is the hospital's fourth Bradford Hospital staffed with 10
speaker Dr. Richard Anderson "of decade of service to this physicians.! >r ?;;' -1 ;""' ofJt"ft' ',\"" ,;'
I Santa Fe Health Care Systems community" Crady told the large Dr. Anderson praised the board ,', ."jf'.;1' ,.,",,"".I,,," :., .,"'
leading the way in Florida.The goal crowd. "Now we have a facility that for having the foresight in early ., 1 \ '
i was a first rate health care institu- is second to none,with a great poten- years to realize the area was ready .
tion offering not-for-profit health tial for service in .this growing for a top-quality health care Institu- j J
care. Today, that dream is being area." tion". i
realized. Congratulations 'are in The new hospital has been built "1981 was a year of hard .
order to the Hospital Board the with the proceeds of a $7 million tax decisions" Dr. Anderson com-
medical staff the Pink Ladies(aux- free bonds issued by Santa Fe mented. "That was when the board
iliary members)and Ed Peddle and Health Care Systems which is established a management relation-
the entire management team." operating the hospital. ship with Alachua General. Their '
Present Board members include: There is also money included in financial backing enabled the issu- d .1 f +d Arr j, ad
H.H. Adams, Ed Bennett. Anna the $7 million to renovate the old ing of bonds to finance the new
Felos,Lucile Green Dr.Carlos Her- part of the hospital for office space hospital. And it will be a totally new
nandez Robert C. Hudson, John a laboratory kitchen dining room, hospital when the old wing is ren-
Frank Mitchell Jesse Moore; vice- business office space and, perhaps, novated there will be an entirely new
chairman; Joseph H. Stephenson doctor's offices. structure here on this site which was
i and Administrator Tim Rearick Gulf Constructors the firm built to serve the citizens of this and
The chairman of the board is building the new hospital. Is signedto surrounding counties. It's a proud
" George Shuford an initial appointment do the renvoation of the old ,day for all of us."
I who has now served for six hospital said Rearick. Anderson also commended the ,
terms in the position. Eventually it is planned to have Bradford County Commission for
I having the "foresight" in allowing .. }..
the hospital to convert to the not-for-
profit system.
I Need a Friend? Rip O'Steen, former Ad- BH Has 2 New Modern Operating Rooms...
ministrator, now administrator in
) Suwannee County's hospital and BH Maintenance Supervisor Kenneth Mott left. Health Care Systems Board Member Joseph Stephen-
Hospital Board Chairman George shows one of two new modern operating rooms during. son and Mrs.Stephenson Fain Bateman of Starke.anda I
I Al'lUL 5, 1987 we Shuford,cut the ribbon at the official recent: open house. The visitors are (l-r) Santa Fe School Board Chairman Rodney Hall of Theressa.

opening ceremony. t-- 1:' =
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FRIENDLY STARKE CHURCH OF GOD 8:30 7 pm .. .raw Mon:Sat.
422 N.St.Clair Street 61 Mon.Sat.Sun. EOp rti ', Sun. 101G

Starke.Florida 32091 10-6

Pastor Rev. Walter F.Montz Phone 964-8835



ADVANCED ELECTRONICS INC.

416 E. Call Street Starke 964-6642

FAIR-TIME SPECIALS "V

40 Ft. TV TOWER 40 ft.

COMPLETE Pmt'O3 IOW; 1 o t I

Needs No Guy Wire .e sr. asTOWII"
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'Channel Master Antenna 112965 Red, White, Black FreshStrawberries Pole RegularGrapes
Systems Used Exclusively *$529 month' TA TE.IZ Beans Potatoes
Channel Master High
Power 24DBGoinAmp. If: 1 I 99lb.69p C A7 APRL.6
n TO.raa To he aetY urea) talo 59.
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month m.rrw._ EY.rOn.w Ma TERMS AVAILABLE FRESH SEAFOOD JB I

Prices Listed Apply to Bradford-Unlon-Clay Counties

OFFER GOOD THROUGH APRIL. 1987 Large Medium Fresh Shark Lei


Factory-Trained Guaranteed-Quality Antenna and Specialist Service ShrimpIb. Shrimp Mullet69lb. Steaks


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Pre-Season Check Compressor"* $199 :'

Air Conditioner up to 2 can Freon Ib. lb.
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Tires Made In the Good Old U.S. of A. IfJI I

TRUCK TIRES MULTI MILE Boneless Fryer Boneless

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Radial xTWuIll I Mile Whitewall Ctaan Repair,

Pl5s soil-13 ............................ .9 Wheel
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5th Annual Antique Show Features Over 40 Exhibitors


By Mark FrledllnBCT
Staff Writer a ? 11Qtt.lgtlthedhaaertwasItke6eq fits in white and strawberry red.
The Woman's Club of Starke's I i i .Ntceev wliemttteys: f _. Tickets for the show doubled as a
Fifth Annual Antique and Collectible ed the IIumnI5 ladIDJdI! County'sltrnvtlsa chance at some valuable door prizesas
Show and Sale March 20-22 was a big and Ute Strawberry well,, of silver, as well as the
success, with large crowds of anti- Sihmttr sasnaidi alt ttbt allow: grand prize drawing,which was held
que lovers on hand at the BradfordCounty AfmIdbI1r IHIIIt1 heath: offered! Sunday afternoon.The .
Fairgrounds north of the cityon -.. IPmIi. merlr1gueJ.. Antique and Collectible Show
U.S. 301. 1'4 cfturaiUnr wait*and yellow cakes and Sale is a major fundralser of the
The 1987 Show featured over 40 exhibitors Hlj-- and aW smrtSs off other taotlWinglinffCuifc \ : Woman's Club of Starke; the proceeds
filling two buildings with a sMieefss.mitf- are used to further the Club's
wide variety of items and just about 1II< : members were many civic, charitable and educations
everything a collector might desire. tb> avd Busy as they: scurriedaltecUantllewuwisottlteeenbcry !! events which benefit the entire
There were Hummels, wooden : > l out: community.
ware and country tin, quilts and
coverlets, Teddy Bears, china,
crystal, baskets, portraits, Depres- Louia&ee & elueberry Farm

sion and Carnival glass, mirrors 44b erfff TOT)Sauthi toward:Keystone take right on
stamps and coins, restored as well i Oaantsdl
as original condition furniture kf Kirn Avenue. follow signs or

books, vintage jewelry clothing, old and, perloJcostume new 1 ; ; C 964-T1O9&w.wtll mist you Tu*.. thru Sat. 10-3:30

clocks, sterling and plate silver,
dolls and much more. One Free Dogwood Tree
The show seems to grow in
popularity each year, attracting'a with any purchase
large crowd of collectors who come w
from all over North Florida and L fti Tour Handcrafted Item
Georgia to the local ml'n's.Club ,
; Shop
Oar Consignment
bra
big event, which is new in two large
display buildings at the County Browsers... a.a.ww.Mwu'" "MM Nature Sings of Jesus"

Fairgrounds.Again this a big attraction of There were plenty of antiques and other collectibles There were over 4*different calked.**wttk Ihadas
the show was year a "glass repair" booth, on hand recently at the Starke Woman's Club's Annual displaying their..__1 mill HIM t*>...Mitir aitsooaa .. ,
Show and Sale "
where small nicks and chips were Antique which attracted big crowds of far away as JacfccwiviUr aDd Oca\la. I. '
browsers and buyers at the two
day event. SNAPPER *
smoothed from Waldo.
by an expert
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"This is one of the best shows I've 'I "
seen since I moved to Florida,"Mrs.
Jewel Santora said. She was visiting
from Jacksonville. "The people here The Gainesville Clinic and Dr.T. < -..Jodw..dtir I _n16 SAUl nosII

are so pleasant. I'm, coming both \ announce the opening of the Starfce Clinic. T i taas8ti tae
days." h.. people in the Starke with our equality_-_. ... I
There was more the Strawberry ... this offer..... _
Boutique featured "White

members Elephant"for items sale garnered which included by club "FREE" ( II i_..._..- PIDSII1IISlliPClD I II

items like potted plants and home- Full Spinal Examination a !D<, I .
made goodies like divinity,penuche, With This P........ Ev.liuUia Oupo(My W..pI EJIamlanalSpnrnySolrrngs: places value arr excellence. Choose
sugared almonds, to munch I
while browsing through fudge the booths. DANGER SIGNALS Of PINCHED NERVES: '1 -w Ilalmr.lSiTlfiD rJ&tlil'IawrnTtadorsond: receive the greatest SNAPPER

Members said they were pleased 1.nndwi. 2. id *.MM. 4 LIM I -I 1!
with the crowds at their "Kountry iw+._ ew i.w.. p.ii,. r
r 5.4 %.r.. ( arr r_ ;
Kitchen" which served home-made rt s-nrladacIWfSFaUl"'Il::
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P. toH 4. il..l.
meals daily, plus soup, chili and
sandwiches for the lighter touch., Haw You f v.r Wondorad M OiiropijtHc 9MnibMafnrdutilelawrricnttily!( ( payments with SNAP-CREDIT r 1;
Could H.lpOthr Condition*? ,SN < 1 OQ.QStaEClF1HIEmu.awlNGWlTRIOUR: j

4 MOST INSUMANCCS ACCEPTED / _[:$ ::Choose from a 33...HI-VOCeor4V"or48"side< .?

) cilslltlDgJewrttt afa t tawrn ltadur at regular retail price.
rIjE ACCIDENT CENTERS OF AMERICA I

Starke line asw.o u
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(Located at Dr. Dopian'*former ofiiae)B64 M.Imnpie Jkmt. 9 /1 t: .)
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These mystical sculptured faces were just two of the "treasure"
waiting for collectors at the Starke Woman's Club's annual show and

sale.The show drew the largest crowd in it's history for the two-day event. == 5J


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Starke Fire ReportThe

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Starke Fire Department have been filed while the investigation -
responded to a total of 19 calls during continues, according to MajorW.
the month of March, accordingto S. Rhoden. SIU'IB"ur$1NCWDE: FREE CATCHER
'
Lt. Rusty Barrett.
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The new squad truck responded to The Starke volunteer firefighterswill SQKCSFURKBAG CttCHSTrWitnyour purchase of a '1
two vehicle accidents where extrication man a fire unit on the midway at
was required. Three calls were the Bradford County Fair next week. SimWBlSteairBngrTeRlrJnglWcjweratregurar; : retail price.
BUY AN XL 12(10( HEAT PUMP; all)winter :
made to investigate fire alarms, two They will also be sponsoring a NOW AM)CKT A TIME ISMONEY" JIustheXLIBW: ,
calls were special details and two booth where they will be selling chili REBATE. heat "with .
and soft drinks as well as raffle pump
were brush fires.
Act now and save Buy and install an aduave"s; '4
Seven calls were to Rescue assist, tickets. XL\\feathertron: *heat limited the }1
be the an 10-year warranty:
one was a car fire and one was a For a $1 donation you might
smoke lucky winner of a .30-30 Marlin rifle pump between April 1 and May 31. compressor and eoiL2: 's zw on .j 1.j
investigation.Only
four-wheel front end 19OT,and receive a$75 reflate. ports-twice the TirWHSMBirfHEATINGCOOLING" ,
with a %
one structure fire was scope
And the t
sooner odIerJeJtpumJJ6.:
and rotation you
the month of March.On alignment/balance
reported during install .
an energy-efficient That'sevideraeedoia :
courtsey of Marion Tire and Batteryor at
the 19th the home of GertrudeLee
XL:MX: )heat ,the IJ'UI/'eIJ' rrdialelitj .
four chicken dinners pump ] .
at 712V4 Colley Rd. was fully In- two-piece
of Bradford Family sooner you can enjoy Iowa- EIlan deli>6,ean.usIircoolil'lgandheat.ingbills. : '- --s .J
courtsey
volved when firefighters arrived.
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The brick home was totalled, according Restaurant. g, ,- .... fkailsonbolnogm7 l :uLawas.......
The Trane XL 1200 heat 'TnnelLlone'oubpump ..
for the raffle will be at 9
to Lt. Barrett. It is suspectedthe Drawing 9.x..r.... .aae.. .
will
owner set the fire but no charges a.m. April 11 at the fair booth. all keep you cool ; 1111r. \
summer..and: warm '. f __

Emergency Dial 911 '"' TLR* ,
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I ,FHP Starts New Project f ..._t.... :-== 4 12


The Florida Highway Patrol announced from the Mazda Corporation and ad- -,.,.' 'j.. I- ;;::.-r: r""

it is once again participating .dresses the substance abuse issue as ELECTRIC INC. _ p. '-----'
in the statewide "Project it relates to teenage drivers. PARnOPATPUGCONTRACTOR ,f" u II
Graduation" campaign, accordingto 250 SW 9th Avenue, 496-3895 ::- FOR THE SNAPPER

Florida Highway Director, Colonel Lake Butler '_"'-l DEALER NEAREST YOU.
Bobby R. Burkett. -P SZ. SEEYOURYELLOW
"Project Graduation" is a program .- ---&" PAGES UNDER LAWN
designed to Increase h';,_ r >>. MOWERS.
INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL FROM CULLIGAHRENT
awareness of the dangers involvedin .J; ...8'mgOJnhef'OI'IGBoo-I'' : + ",
alcohol and substance abuse in the "- -
armiaClranll5"onct3l models only
driving environment. The programis 'r
directed toward high school JBMttffiMUlCMSWS SIIAPPES USERS, tAQFY1d11QPATIIV60EAlERS
students with special emphasis on '
graduating seniors. ", HbA : ,1;=fER aftS$It.M .
During the month of April, May "
and June; graduation activities and :
festivities have historically becomea :
dangerous period to this age group SOFT STAKE POWER EQUIPMENT. v:
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due to alcohol related accidents. : ,'
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According to Burkett, the Florida i, 438 SOUTH WALNUT

Highway Patrol will address the WATER ST KE;,, FLORIDA I'Jo;
alcohol substance abuse problem in .''fi''
two ways. 1) Educate young peopleon ':''n1"41: J
the dangers of substance abuse as HOWA 'AUTO PARTS
it relates to highway safety; and 2) "\ '
to continue stepped-up enforcement $ 9O EAST MAIN STREET 'J,

of Florida's DUI law Troopers efforts IAn BUTLER, FLORIDA \!!.
were highly successful last S2ftOO- .lit..
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year. There was a 31 percent reduction '
in traffic fatalities during the 1st Month idl If & .J SAW SHOP ;;U"

three month period of AprilJune ...
last year in the 16-18 year old age PATTON: ROAD ti;
group over the same period in 1985. 1-8OO-342-9O84 flORIDA "
WOSIHINGTON S RNGs[ ;
Alcohol related deaths also declinedin : I .,
this age group by 8 percent. I
The partol will print and distribute MANNING LAWNMOWER
project graduation posters and l' ..tzIrct'AE
bumper stickers, and make special a iWAY TOED ,

.available public service to all television announcements stations HBG1{ S>.FLORIDA

regarding the event. Florida .' .- ,. Afhaanrpiwith ;.,..
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officers will present a new course at ,. i
various safety programs entitled :' -:-, .w : :"',", ,', At9vlsiartof fvgtw
W :* _
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Obituaries .


Rotary Club's Rural-Urban .Day Set

Kenneth J.. Bradshaw Irwlngton, GA; seventeen grandchildren Mrs. Green was a native Columbia phi.TO...AC; Gnat of Macefeajr -
Kenneth L. Bradshaw twenty-seven great and County and the daughter tile ; tm ....dton\\. Leo farneffl ofGawecvfle The Starke Rotary Club will serve $3 per plate. Profits go to the Rotary
Keystone 68 of seven greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral late Need and Murray UcCtrojr sad Cart Firmrfl of Lake IJOO chicken dinners at the Annual Club's community service projects.
March Heights, died 'Monday, services were held Saturday Farnell.She lived in Columbia ..- CIty; tMHtoeernddtaldrcn. and one Rural-Urban Day Wednesday April Rotary President Dolph Reddish
30, 1987 in
Bom in Jacksonville. in the Lake Butler Church of ty since 1931 when she first moved to ..-a.-I. ...... B, at the Fairgrounds. Serving will and Chairman J.E. Tomlinson an-
shaw was Elkridge a retired, TN, Mr. Brad- Christ with Michael Stone and J.R. Union County where she lived med Gnvende services were eon start at 12 noon and continue "as nounce that chairs and tables will be
Chief Petty Officer McLeod officiating. Burial was in to back lo Lake t dnctad JI.ardIDat DeUe .
in the U.S. moving City Cemetery long as they last" placed on the farmers market platform -
Survivors include Navy. Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the March. 1986. She was a member fJl M Lake Boiler t fey! Rev.Bill Octoney.StaemOCnrny This event has been sponsored by for those who like to eat and
Bradshaw his wife,Joan S. direction of Archer Funeral Home of The First Christian Church Gf Lake Ftaoeral Home of the Rotary Club as a part of Fair visit in comfort.There will also be a
Botts of ; stepdaughter, Judith Lake Butler. Butler. Lake. City was tm charge ",f are Week for more than 20 years,and is special drive-through line for those
L. Bradshaw Jacksonville; son, Kenneth Survivors include -...... S-ryy a a great opportunity for rural and ur- who want take-outs. Just follow the
Jr. of
Jacksonville Eddie
; Lois Farnell Green
Roberts of Madison baa people to get together for lunch
two stepsons, Lonnie & Ronnie Col of Palatka and Dennis Roberts fLake the..... got b r.11.011en tb.T.sslti and signs.
lins, both of Jacksonville Lois Farnell Green,73,of Lake City enjoy good fellowship. Tickets One of the chief cooks Judge
brothers ; three died at Lake Shore Hospital City one daughter. Ruth rat M.VJ Cownlii Chit. nay be purchased from any George Pierce, says the public is in-
Jacksonville Thomas Bradshaw of Thursday, March 26, 1987 after a Green of Baltimore. MO; two stepsons ......et..asistnon b7Gdaaiotdlaefrf Rotarian,or at the Fairground and vited for a day of fun, food and
Mocksville, NC, R.P.and William Bradshaw Brad-of brief illness. ,Charles L.Green,Jr.d I'__ ..d is 1S. i+ah office in the_courthouse, fell !. D.It's .

shaw children.of Plymouth, MI; nine grand J

Funeral services were held
Wednesday, April 1, in the chapel of
George H. Hewell & Son Funeral the time
Home. Rev. Wallace M. Griggs con right IDII:
ducted the services. Burial was in

under Hewell Arlington the&Memorial direction Son Funeral Park of George Cemetery Home H.of i 7 i for WINN-DIXIE. [I MANUFACTUBEH'S\ I| WI' Ll



1 Jacksonville.Walter A. Bachmann You Ve got a lot to do these day Time is IIq Ota d..That'* E N D
&12 WINN-DIXIE works hard to make vbopping COUN5
I Walter A. Bachmann, 91, of Park- why your
i of-The Palms in Keystone Heights, / convenient.Our friendly service people--Iy...hrfp yen. APRIL 8 1987
J
I died Saturday, March 27, 1987 in I We're keeping our shelves stocked with the newest products. ,
Alachua General Hospital followinga !' r,y .. Our deli is cooking up ..go foods and balked goods
I brief illness. \- "; ., every day. And we have items like cosmetics, plainly and AT THE
Born in Lawrence, Massachusettson FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS
May 6, 1895 Mr. Bachmann moved kitchen utensils so that we can be'OlD'--It.Gp.e.. .Ptas' GAINESVILLE ,
' to Keystone Heights in 1955 from our prices will lower your food bOL Isnt at time yen shopped CHIEFLAND HIGH SPRINGS -
I' Teaneck, NJ. He was a member of WINN-DIXIE We're changing right tmtfc poo! PERRY STARKE AND LIVE OAK '
Hatkensack Baptist Church (attended
Park-of-The Palms Church);
'I retired cost clerk for American

I WWI Woolen Company; Army Veteran of As* tar year Specal .AMPBc lisD.NMUIHOOOM

Survivors include his t tI
wife, Dora ,.
H. Bachmann of Park-of-The Family I... ..... V SOUP . CAN
Palms, daughter, Eleanor B. Galleof
cr;;;:.. COIAM Of CLlOYI
Kittery, Maine; sister, Edna DiscountU. -
Mcintyre of Ballard Vale, Mass.; r CAMPBELL'S 3geII
grandson Kenneth W. Galle of Dior 16iozoev..wr.
Eliot, a I SOUP
. CAN
Maine. .. .
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Funeral services were held in S. CHOICE ....10.
Park-of-The Palms chapel Monday, : CHEERIOS el.j
March 30, with Mr. Ernest JMUU3UEATUL CHEtt OUT COUimOS. 99
Woodhouse conducting the services. CEREAL oxr
Burial was in Keystone Heights
B O $'.00 Of'LASILr
Cemetery under the direction of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone ) ALPO $639
= 1 2StByj
Heights. : DOG FOOD .
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the Stearns Missionary I. Alt/lAYOi'U'_LOW CA(0.11

,Fund c/o Janet Woehrer, 147 W. ,CHEK

School PA 19144.House Lane, Philadelphia, S "DRINKS 1 0 l2-.r CANSS $199


Selma Augusta ProtheroeMrs. -... "- -:.:: .- ::;

Selma Augusta Protheroe, COCAr IPIC.o .
67, of Starke, died Thursday, March 120z.$239
26, 1987 in North Florida Regional :. _- COLA o. CANSIOULAK
Hospital following a sudden illness. k .r LIGHT
Born in Elveiton Maryland on :444 D COORSBEER
December.27, 1919 Mrs. Protheroe i 12..L sPw$239U

moved to Starke four years ago from . CANS
Baltimore, Maryland. She was a
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OIXII DAI1INO HAMBUtOd
W
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homemaker and a member of the I t
.ut ficrair Church 4 yC+--::--"":'.K ..III. V HOT DOG. 2PL.99C c
I Silgjelude ono3- 16ter'' ;\\ C .
I.1 rude Fr of Starke' i pj,.ate, ... .- V ROLLS -: .
Funeral services will be flora \ \ .J o. ..JJ".. _
later date in McCully's Chapel in I
Baltimore, Maryland. Burial will be SaiO
in Glen Haven Memorial Park, ARROW
Baltimore, under the direction of .-''
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. BLEACH . IlL

w .e..ul severs

Card of ThanksThe SUPERBLEND $ 1 68 .

family of Denise Norman wishto -.COFFEE . .: fl
thank for the acts -
everyone many ..-ola ;
of kindness during our loss. FiTCHUNICK .1
The food flowers prayers, and Ui :47 c
extended will never -
special services TUNA . t
he forgotten. A special thanks is ex- t e
tended to Clay County Rescue and USD* /N5 io it is.ncoti e 111E SA
Mr Archie Tanner. R" c K PINK $ 49 1 1
The support from the members of 38 i 1
the various churches has been a real LEGQUAR7ERS. u. / SALMON .
comfort to each of us. We know .
-.a.uscoon -
Denise is in Gods loving arms. -
Please continue to pray for our family BEEF $46
V t PAS. 3 $100
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The Denise Norman Family u. u .


Card of ThanksOur

heartfelt thanks to all who extended
comforting sympathy and
help in our recent sorrow.
Those who have been so helpful
down through the years of our
mother's illness are deeply ap-

preciated, such thoughtfulness and ;. L / 1 .. r
neighborly kindness can never be
forgotton. For the beautiful service ,
food, floral offerings and other kind- A .
nesses we are deeply grateful.
Family of
Eva CrawfordIn t

Loving Memoryof /A 1i

leather Ann Chase
March 28, 1984 April 3. 1986
"Do not stand by my grave and
weepI -
am not there, I do not sleep.I .
am a thousand winds that blow,
I am a diamond glint on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain
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I am the gentle autumn rain. HIM IAMT
When you awake In the morning MC.HAM.IOICCOMIC.- NO10 OC50

hush I am the swift uplifting rush HARVEST FRESH 77 NATURAL ... 9SC ORANGE 9Se THE COB. i 1'KG EAk 9ge

Of quiet birds In circling flight, PEARS '. . tI MUSHROOMS. slag! JUICE I . 5121 !'- MUSHUBV STIAK. 1O-...VIA1MUUNIOUN
that shines at ,
1 am the soft star 11-.s.CHICKIM HKASSII
pals s rwv..Lla.lr wala.ars ut -...CHICKIN MILAN I2Mys.WIDISH
night Do not stand by my grave and cryI FLORIDA $148 CITRUS BLUE BONNETMARGARINE I MlA'ULLSI2I41..CHIC..N.NOODUI
am not there...[ did not die." 9Sc 38 ARMOUR DINNER $918
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ORANGES PUNCH . SOX CLASSIC &
You may not be with us physicallybut . MCH <
you are constantly on our minds.
We miss you and love you dearly.
Your Aunt.
Uncles and GrandparentsEva



Mrs. Eva Douglas Douglas Crawford Crawford 89,o NN DIXIE r

Lake Butler, died Thursday, Marcl
26, in the Putnam Community PtpEap L '
after extended -
Hospital in Palatka an
ta _
illness. ST
Mrs. Crawford was a life long resident
of Union County,and the widowof PRICES GOOD OUAKTrrV MOHTSesenvco
the late Chris Crawford.She was a THURS. WHO, America's
homemaker and a member of the APRIL 2-8. 1987 Supermarket TM -=.'"",".5.
Lake Butler Church of Christ.
Survivors include four daughters .
Dorrie McLeod and Evelyn Lattie .
both of Lake Butler, Virginia Stall-
ings of Citra and Christine Osborneof
Miami; two sons,Otis Crawford of






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Rain Doesn't Daunt day Co-op Meeting; "

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By Art Spearelt;I.*31 EJd.r favorable ..... For example the votes opposing it. Home said this meeting was that it was a good turnout -
TIle rain ca-: but r did toe amendment to the By-laws calling was typical of the overwhelming in spite of the rain.
crowd The.reasimwastI thaa- for district boundary fines to be support for the amendments. "I had some very favorable com-
Baal Clay Cooperative Annual determined according tojjuymlmcai The consensus of most of those ments from people about the annual IEE NEiiJ
JIed*! told at the corporate head sine: recened 899 votes who were working the booths this meeting," Mr. Horne commented
quarters on SR 1M n Keystone mt favor ef the amendment and 36 year and who had been at last)'ea!'.'.!. the following day. if
tIft&bIs a Tho..d.1'.IIanIa: 2IL .. INSTALL AIR
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Voting was faoavy tkjtui toe anor- Let WARREN'SHeating .
ning bars wfade the sky mas stall ',
clear. Coop members were voting
for three members of the board oftrurteea -- & Air Conditioningservice

and amtudUueuts to the Articles t. for hot humid Florida .
of Incorparaooa and By-laws. prepare you .-
By arty afternoon the ran drove Summersl!
mood d those iD attmdanoe ouch ')
the bog teat where they heard Hams We service all makes of
T. Remley from Jacksonville glee
conditioners and heaters
one Of bin cages a trtilfMft'lHFf air
speeches about"WhaTs Bight .-db ri 964-7230 Days 964-4799 EveningsWe ::
Ameriea-. Sir Remley vac introduced
to the crowd by CoOp
President Angns Hastings. .
The Kifm from AshenDe. .1 -
N.C. provided: affrt taaae and the

Health Hospital.i Fair Inc.sponsored was another by Bradford popular; :,'..,". _, .,., '" __- ,-. ,..... .,"''..,,'.. ,,, _,... ,, .,"_. .... .- .".....". .., .. ... "I,
out of the rain auract a..The lima
Club kept busy performing free the Live
glacoma streenmg.Keystone Change Way People
TIle Parent Faculty Aociatiouoi
Heights Etefnentary had a w .
booth where an array off delicious FOR LESS
baked goods were sold. The

lolling Keystone lot Heights cream CIIIIeS Stamen 1I1I dI.were is Today Housing Center &
spite oldie cool weather were still
popuIar.aad the Tfaeressa Volunteer Big C evrd_
Fire Department had a booth where A Mg nw. .f Clay Electric C*. DeRose Industries Inc.
the smell of fresh pop corn was very ..,eralin members gathered las! ,
aJJuri c. eefc fee the aiMMal erthig..fester. KENWIN
One of the biggest Eats of the day leg pIfd emgleg me chicken nor..
was without doubt the ctacken dinners mm and Italy.(deer prizes. 111 W. Call Street OFFERS THE
served by Clay Electric .There.... were abe heart ttrmin!; 964-8824
fc .Beeches: sad coop bus era
employees. to
from the Co-Op Accordmg some....people repwts- I.lake care.tm the-.toy event, i: BEST PRICES IN THE INDUSTRIES |
joyed a free ctacken du n1bars-
day.
Special and Putnam guests counties from Clay.who Bradford were- O 24' x 44' DOUBLE WIDE

introduced during the afternoon
business meet nig inc hided: StateRepresentative :3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Today Housing Center

Chance Irvine,day Roof SALE PRICE . '
County Sheriff Jenmngs: Murrbee. -. \\. Shingle 15,900j
Clay County School Board 0" ,,\t\g. Mason ite Siding Reg. Price . . 17,900
Superintendent Ann Wiggins day iI . 2,0001
c-ty C------- Gary )kin- ft 1d % dECy Special Exterior Appl. Factory Rebate .
tyre da? County Supervisor ., wet ..... f. Vaulted Ceilings thru SALE PRICE 15,900
F.lrctions Dorothy Halt. I'UbIam -
County Property Appraiser Larry --- -- .. Total Electric DOWN PAYMENT 2,000

Pntchett. Putnam County Sheriff Furnished BALANCE . 13,900 J
Watt Petbcer. Bradford County
Commissioners Mane Carter. Jr. GRADUATES Appliances and Payment.
and ELL.-S oot"Norman. CO
The Rev.Jim Edwards. pastor of When you need 3 Hours Only Much, Much Morel 10% APR 15 Yn. J.O".ili 1
St. Anne's Episcopal Church in AmouncementsName

tioa Keystone Heights. gave the mroeatdU Cards Friday April 3 WE NEED YOUR HIGHEST TRADEALLOWANCE

General Manager of the CoOp. Memory Books :a !r USED HOME EVER
Tommy Milltcan", presented anemployee 4 p.m. 7 p.m.
recognition award to Jewefay
Palatka David Wright Office. from: the Coops Party Supplies TODAY HOUSING

When the ballots were counted,incumbents See Us! Spring Merchandise at Great Savings
Tommy Malphurs CENTER"We
district 4) and Floyd Gnann Clarks- Pants Dresses Shorts Swimsuits .
district C)were elected to serve on
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the board of trustees for another li.J.r--':, Sell Price, Quality and Service"CALL.US.TODAY
three year term along with Kitty .... [NOTE: Some Items already reduced MORE SAVINGS(|

Smith. Jr. who will serve as the 964-8776 Cash Charge Lay-A-Way ,,. -,-_ .
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trustee from district X.The dtstnct .
spot required a write-in vote as the 755-O606, :A' I;'''
trustee from that district. Sam ,a
Hogg passed on March*
According away to Larry Home .. !'t _:;Z"':;:;;:: '
spokesman for day Ele true. the "''
the areadmests to die Articles of GRFFJS GaS
Incorporation and the two amendments
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News BriefsInmate r



Found Hanged clan Alemany was put in special Billy Gordon Griffis, 46. of Starkewas driver license, according to Lt. to'tJtAMERICAN '
In Prison CellAn confinement and his bloody clothes arrested March 27 on a warrant William Tillotson. He was released
taken evidence. after $105 cash bond was posted.
were as charging violation of probation, according a
inmate at Florida State Prison Alemany, 30, has been in prison to Investigator David
was found by a correctional officer since 1982 and is serving a life Aderholt. Griffis was released aftera Daryl Robert Miller, 20, of
hanging from his cell door late Tuesday sentence for robbery with a firearm. $500 surety bond was posted. Alachua was arrested March 26 for
night DWLS,according to Lt.Tillotson.He .
Reginald Paul Hammer. 28, was was released after a $210 surety,
prounccd dead at 11:40 March Two Executions bond was posted. .
p.m. Raymond Glenn Hall 23,'of Brad-
31. according to prison spokesmanBob Ordered By Gov. ford County was arrested March 27 ALL
MacMaster. The officer found on a capias charging dealing in March 23 Circuit
Hammer after 11 p.m. hanging by Gov. Bob Martinez singed death stolen property, according to In- Court FinalsThe
strips of blue uniform material. warrants March 11 for convicted vestigator Aderholt. He was released '
The death is under investigation killers John Mills, Jr. and Chester after$50 court costs were paid. following defendants appeared -
but no foul play is suspected, saidAladla5ler. Levon Maxwell allowing their executions before Circuit Judge Oscee
/ to be scheduled for the mor- John Alexander Hawkins, 35, was Fagan for final disposition March 23
Hammer was sentenced in 1974 for ning of May. 7. arrested March 24 for failure to appear in Bradford County FOOD BARFor
robbery from Alachua County and in The warrants Maxwell's second for charges of possession of Jessie Sumner Simmons chargedwith
August of 19M was sentenced to and Mills' first, were the third and more than 20 grams of cannabis, grand theft and burglary of a
death for the March 17 murder of fourth signed by Gov.Martinez since burglary of a conveyence, petit structure; placed on five years probation
Margaret Johnson of Alachua Coun he took office in January. theft, driving while intoxicated and on each count, to run concurrent a real treat FOOD
ty.No death warrants had been signed Maxwell was convicted of first- violation of probation DWI, accor- try our BAR.I
on Hammer. degree murder in the Sept. 19, 1980 ding to Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Raymond Tyson charged with I
robbery and shooting death of Hawkins was released after a property burglary of a structure; placed on You will find a variety of meat i
Inmate StabbedOn Donald Klein on the 14th tee of the and cash bond was posted. five years probation with special ,
Sabal Palm Golf Course in Broward conditions.
Basketball CourtA County. Klein was shot when he Traffic Gregory Steven Gibson chargedwith vegetables, salads, desserts and
Florida State Prison inmate was struggled with Maxwell over a wedding Gary Scott Carr of New Port burglary of a conveyance;
stabbed to death on the floor of the ring. Richey was arrested March 29 for sentenced to the Department of Cor- ice cream bar to suit taste at
prison gym March 25 as about 140 inmates Mills was condemned for the driving while license suspended rections 2Vi years, followed by 2Vi your ,
gathered to watch a basket March 5, 1982 kidnapping-murder of (DWLS), according to Patrolman years probation.
ball game. Lester Lawhon in Wakulla County. Julius Eunice.He was released aftera Bruce Allen Barnes charged with a GREAT PRICE! . . 3.99
5 5 55
The basketball game between the Court records show Mills and an accomplice $210 surety bond was posted. burglary of a structure; placed on I
prison team and a visiting semipro asked to use Lawhon'sphone five years probation. I
team from Green Cove Springs was and robbed him once inside Gordan Wayne Baker, 23, of Anthony Richard Arciero chargedwith Or try our full menu for the
his house. Then took him to
cancelled after the stabbing. they a Alachua was arrested March 25 on a grand theft; sentenced to DOC
Mano stabbed wooded area, beat him and then shot 18 months,followed by 2V4 years probation
Pugues. 31. was Putnam County charge of DWLS,according -
five time in the back and upper torso him. to Lt. John Dempsey. Baker Best Steaks Around!
according to prison spokesmanBob Recent ArrestsIn was released after paying $131.50 VOP DispositionJoseph
MacMasler. cash. D. McDaniel found in vola-
Dugues was a refugee from Mariel Bradford CountyThe tion of his probation for grand theftII TUS
in Cuba serving two life terms for following arrests were madein Daniel Dupy 31, of Alachua was ; sentenced to DOC 24 months
robbery and burlary. Bradford County by local arrested March 26 for no valid followed by three years probation. 1/Vcs
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Open- Horse Show Features Speed.-. Show Events at Bradford FairEquestrians


of all ages from all elude 22 different show and game The show is sponsored by the western showmanship.. 14) Senior Starke; Alligator Creek Ranch, Moss,Starke.
over this area will be invited to par categories. Bradford County Fair and will be western showmanship. 15) Junior Starke; Roscoe Seay, Worthington For more information' contact
ticipate in a new attraction at the hosted by the Bradford-Union Horse poles. 16) Senior poles. Borings; Gold Kist Starke; Jack Diane Hare At 483-1064 or 496-2321.
Bradford County Fair on Saturday, Entry fees for the show are$1 for Show Committee. Show superintendent 17) Junior barrels. 18)) Senior bar
April H. each class a rider enters.A groundsfee is Union County 4-H Agent rels. 19) Junior arena race. 20) .
For the first time in many years, of$1 for every horse taken off a Diane Hayes. Senior arena race. 21) Junior Texas
the Bradford County Fair will include trailer at the arena will also be People of all ages are eligible to barrels. 22) Senior Texas barrels.
on Open Horse Show for horse charged. (All horses brought to the enter the show with children 13 Special rules to be observed at the INSULATION.SA
lovers everywhere. The show will arena will Incur a grounds fee, : and under competing In the show Include: 1)) Negative coggins
begin ats a.m.sharp at the Bradford whether or not the horse is riden in junior division and equestrians 14 are required. 2) The Bradford or
Roping Club right next to the the show. Grounds fee covers insurance and older competing in the senior Union Horse Show Committee, or VE THAT'ENERGY
fairgrounds on US-301 and will In- on horses) division. Adults are urged to com Bradford Fair Association will not
pete. be responsible for accidents or injuries
High-point trophies will be awarded to horse or rider. \
to the top performance riders in 3) There will be a minimum of
both the junior and senior divisionsand three entries in each class, or the "
II ObituariesEssie to the top game riders in both class will be cancelled. 4) AQHA
the junior and senior divisions. Rib rules will be observed. 5) Judges ,
bons will be awarded for the first six decision will be final. I
L.CrosbyMrs. Survivors include her husband, places in each of the 22 categories. 6) The Horse Show Committee :
Categories include: reserves the right to combine tmJI
.Essie L.Crosby,72,of Starke Oscar E. Crosby; one son, Sherman +
classes if
No
Crosby of Ft. I) Mares at halter. 2) Geldings at necessary.7) alcohol or
died Monday afternoon at Bradford McCoy, FL; three
alcoholic
daughters halter. 3)) Junior Showmanship. 4) beverages will be permitted -
Hospital following a sudden illness. Jacksonville.Beverly Webber of Senior showmanship. on the arena grounds. HOME COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL( -FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR
Mrs. Crosby was born and raised Betty Esteridge and Saddle Saddle Sponsors for the horse show INSULATION
Doris Angland of 5) seat pleasure. 6) In- HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE I
in the New River section of Bradford twelve grandchildren Seattle, Wash.; seat equitation. 7)) Junior English clude: Farmers & Dealers Bank, _FIBERGLAS BAITS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
County and lived in Bradford County greatgrandchildren.Funeral and fifteen pleasure. 8) Senior English Lake Butler; Community Bank, Dry w Night 'QUALITY I INSTALLATION!
her entire life.Mrs.Crosby taught in pleasure. 9) Junior English equita Starke; Florida National Bank,
the public schools for 33 years and in services will be held Friday tion. 10) Senior English equitation. Starke; Union County Riding Club, SAVE | cnccl SAVE
,April 3,1987 at 11:00: a.m.at the ON HEATING I 1964-69561 l ON COOLING
private schoollor four At the Lake
years. chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral 11)) Junior western pleasure. 12) Butler; Union County Times,
time of her death, she was teaching Home with Rev. Leaton Senior western pleasure.; 13) Junior Lake Butler: Florida Pest Control,
at Vo-Tech and Sunshine Acres in Morgan III DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE
officiating. Burial will be
in Conner
Starke. She was an active memberof
Bayless Highway Baptist Church Cemetery under the direction of Archie J ..
for some 50 years and was also the Tanner Funeral Home of .e -
church clerk. Starke. ,r .. .

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4-II Article! An'nual Yield'

The names of six Union County THERAPY 1 S ..
4-H'ers were inadvertently left off
the list of winners in the county 4-H Rate ,
events held Saturday, March 21.
The Union County Times Out Patient At H&R Block we know you're concernedhow CompoundedMonthly 71(7(
apologizes for this error and regrets tax reform will affect you.Our new Tax m m i mmm m
,any inconvenience it caused. Services Forecasterno service provides a written UJLD E21 .rtl lC*
Senior 4-H'er David Harris won a analysis of how you d come out under the n Tl DhWWHk
first place blue ribbon in the public new laws so you'll know whether your tax
speaking category. David will com.pete Monday would go up or down. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE r :
in the district 4-H events. FridayBy 'i4Yc
Senior 4-H'er Kevin Kirby IT'S AVAILABLE %
won a Appointment '''
second place blue ribbon in public WHETHER WE PREPARE YOUR RETURN OR NOT. : 7.176Rate :
speaking and will also compete at
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district. Bradford Hospital 964 N. Temple Avenue Keystone Shops Annual Yield
Junior 4-H'er Blake Dicks won a (Acrou from Courthouse) (Across from Terwlllegar Motor)
first place blue ribbon in public 9 2 East Call Street 964.8286 473.3646
speaking and will compete at /
district. 964-6000 OPEN Monday-Friday 8:30 to 7 p.m. Sat. 93OOSeagram's Compounded 6.95
Junior 4-H'er George Green won a --
second place blue ribbon in public Monthly
speaking and will compete in
districts.
Senior 4-H'er Ivan Green won a "
:
red ribbon in public speaking and 1\ m /j SKOL\ :: :
Senior 4-H'er Penny Stalnaker won a / *
red nbbon in public speaking. aal 7.069Rate
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Nursing Course 1.75 LITER :W';. a 1.75 LITER 800

Offered at SFCCA DF sE B 59,2099. .... .' SUOl. VODKA Compounded 6.85%

Nursing Assistant Course will be 77.25 \ -" 999 CASE OF 6
offered by the Santa Fe Community $Qgttlm's! a 59.50 Monthly
College Starke Center during the upcoming 'BACARDIrn
:Qry .,'.
L. term beginning May 6. -
The eight week, non-credit course ; voDKA &Jg#
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(240 hours) is designed to develop a { PUERTO RICAN :;; : ;
degree of skill for nurses aides that rum 4' '-'- I BLENDED : %
will meet nursing home standards.The SILVER _a y SCOTCH :2An iYn'u ri'e' 6.803Rate
course will be taught at the < AND WHISKY
SFCC Starke Center and students a" Id
will receive their clinical training at pAxxDSr AMBER ...7 1.75 LITER
Whispering Pines Care Center. LITER 59 2 Of.
Classes will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 %

p.m. daily. l3697 6 60
Graduates will be Certified Nurs- 199CASE Compounded /

Florida ing Assistants Law. as required by aACARDI Monthly

The cost of the course is approximately CASE CASE v '. '
$150, which includes application i4 O95.00 8100 '
tuition, lab fees, book and ., ? 1 !
uniform. y. 'ar' %
Applicants must take the TABE :' _: 6.591
test at the Bradford Vo-Tech Center.
For more information, please call t ,. PRICES EFFECTIVE BEGINNING Annual Yield
Lila Yawn at the SFCC Starke IItIN THURSDAY APRIL 2nd.
Center ((964-5382). THRUWEDNESDAY
-- APRIL 8th. Rate

ttey DID ANVON -. Compounded 6.4(7(
'sEe M y Duo .6Jf3 / -,
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The first eating chocolate producedon
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STORESR
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225 782.3017 ol US 301 Lowtey w THE KEYS .'Isrri An' .nu..a

If you arm on food stamps or social 1A EL
security you cannot afford not to L / II DA KIN INa Rate
shop with UI.FREEZER.
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SPECIAL AY
19.93 Dickcl EFU No Monthly
= '
INCLUDES- '
1 .Cut Up Fryer, 1 .Whole Fryer -- BLACK LABEL : ''MQ" k : ;
1 lb. Bacon, I pkg. Cub Steak CanadianMist. TENNESSEE ft !
10 Rib Steaks 10. Pork Chops ,
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Sirloin Sleek ..... Ib. 2.89 LITER 99
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Cter Cut '1* : __' 3.8 oz. I IkMoi199 ;\.' ,
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I Ground Chuck :.H.. lit. '1.59 8

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T-Cone! Sleek .. eech '1.89 MICHELOB J&T When you want a high rate,

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12 OZ. N.R. BTLS. 750 MI. Florida FederalFor

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W. Accept Food Stamp 99 ] Of 12 J the Florida Federal office nearest you,1-80OTHE-BANK..
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i March 17 Traffic Court FinalsThe IN THESE MODERN TIMES. .


following defendants ap- dismissed. Ricky C. Norman pled
peared before Judge George H. Joseph B. Stafford pled guilty DWLS; fined $101.29,20 days in jail
Pierce March 17 in Bradford County wilful-wanton reckless driving; Making your pre-need funeral ar-
Traffic Criminal Court. disposition withheld until after Misdemeanor Court
juvenile court. rangements is more than a convenience -
Mark Steven Faulkner no
pled
James W. Rhoden found guilty Mark S. Faulkner guilty of wilful- contest possession of cannabis; fined it is almost a necessity. -
driving under Influence DUI ,
( fin-
; wanton reckless driving; fined .
$158.75, ten days In jail, Salvation
ed $362, license six
suspended mon- $101.25, Salvation Army probationone Army supervision one year. .
ths, must attend DWI school
50
year.
II'" hours Salvation Army supervision. Charles D. Ollison pled guilty James disorderly R. "Jimmy"intoxication Bell;pled six mon guilty Why postpone making arrangements -

Rhoden charged with impropertag DWLS; produce valid license and ths court probation, violate no law,
for funeral? x
case dismissed.
; pay $50 or your -
$100 court costs.
pay
Rhoden charged with speed too Orvial D ewayneMcS no Yolando Prultt pled guilty retail for the
valid Call us or come by
fast for conditions; case dismissed. contest no tag; produced tag, theft; six months court probation,
Gordon Wayne Baker pled guilty dismissed. -
violate no laws. plans that are available.
driving while license
suspended Johnny L. Barnes pled guilty Henry Dellinger pled no contest
(DWLS); fined $106.25, ordered to violation of restrictions; produced harassing telephone calls; six mon-
spend ten days in jail. valid license, dismissed.
ths court probation, $50 court costs,
Baker pled guilty of leaving the Barnes pled guilty PIP In-
no violate no laws,have no contact with
scene of accident; fined $101.26, ten surance; ordered to pay $50 court victim. JONES FUNERAL HOME
days in jail.Baker costs.
John James McCutchen pled guil-
jail, fined pled$101.25.guilty DWLS; ten daysin Jerry S.valid Carroll pled guilty no tag; ty criminal mischief; pre-sentence 514 Nona Street Starke 964-6200 Hwy 100 & Cypress St., Keystone Hqts. 473-3176
produced tag; dismissed. investigation ordered.
Carl E. Griffin pled guilty no valid
driver license (NVni.)-, ordered In.
-
pay $50 court si.S.-
Karen M. Millis pled guilty
DWLS; must produce license and
pay $50 or pay $101.25.

:. tined$80pled guilty unlawful speed; 1.

: Kyle L. Rivera pled guilty leaving ,,,,, :
scene of accident; fined $101.25. .
Rivera pledingfined$50 guilty improper pass- ,,;;:, I
; .
Howard W. Arroway pled no con '" ;
test DWLS; ordered to pay $50.
Jackie S. Baum pled guilty NVDL; 'h...
placed on six months: probation, 50 .'..1 ;
hours community work, Salvation ..
Army supervision. .
Baum pled guilty fleeing and at- 'f '
tempting to elude; six months probation ..) ,,, "
50 hours community work. ... .
Debra A. DeSue pled guilty expired ,
driver license; produced valid .,> ;, .
license, ordered to pay $50 court "" ,
costs. ""I I" .' ..
John H. Brown pled DWLS; produced .",.'1' ; \
valid license, pay $50 court 'Y "
costs. tI' f' '::'
,j. j. .
:.
Donald R. Cooley pled no contestno "j '. :, '
tag; produced valid tag, dismiss- !

ed.Jenaette C. Guida pled guilty ..
violation of driver license restric- : .:. ,:
tions; six months court probation, .;- '7.,; -'; .'

dismissed. .' ., ".,.".
Gordon W. Baker pled guilty no
tag; fined $101.25.
Baker pled guilty DWLS; fined S # t:
$101.25, ten days in jail. ;(r :
Eric S. Griffis violation of D/L
restriction; must attend defensive I I ,
driving school and return cer-
tificate, six months court probation,
500 word essay why he should not

.., have received ticket.
Griffis pled guilty no tag; ad- i
judication withheld.
James K. Mosley pled guilty '
unlawful speed; fined $84.
Samuel L. Reddick pled guilty ; ;
violation of D/L restrictions; must .

present valid license and pay $50 or I ,
pay $101.50.
Ricky L Case pled guilty imprnperJagi.jroduced -

._ _._... -valid-.. Jag; ... "'."- .. r ... V... I
dismissed.or 7 :;.i1-
( Kathejrine T_ Harding pled guilt,"" ;r-. _.... .. '-.1 '.)t!:) ,
...
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'DUf;' fined'$362, license suspendedsix tJ. 1 ._ f!. _',> ...... Ij -
months, attend DWI school, 50
hours community work, Salvation
Army supervision one year. .j. .
1 .
Harding pled guilty careless driv- + klS
ing; fined $50.
Joseph M. Heape pled guilty DUI; .",
fined $362, license suspended six a xy111 ti1
'months, attend DWI school, 50 hours .' af fr
community work, Salvation Army .tin f t t t.
1{ I c.t r
supervision. .t I
Priscilla Jackson pled guilty ,, ,_
NVDL; produced valid license, ." b. 1d, W
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'Bits' and Piecesby '
a
Janice Parrish ".' :
s
weeks have been
The past two
busy ones for members of the Union .


County we Friday travelled Riding and Sa to Club.turdaYi ay March Maverick 20-21, .' ... i I. I F? I :;' t? .

Jacksonville to
Riding Club in par-
ticipate in the second Association
Show of the year.
Many of our members camped out
Friday night. We rode the jackpot "

games, enjoyed a campfire and the .. ,
pickin' and singin' of John Roberts, '
wade Andrews and Ronnie Keller. :

Then, as Saturday morning came,
so did more riders with around 250 I,, ; .
participating in the five speed
events of the day. Once again Union .
County Riding Club brought home
.
the plaque for most riders. Way togo M ... '

: Union County!
; The games were over around 11
: p.m. with local riders coming home "
: with tired bodies, but lots of ;C4*
trophies. Sure was a good day I
i .
1 Paint Day... '

1 Saturday, March 28, was our .
: scheduled"Paint Day," but the rain DontCanYourlRAYet.! ,
i came to stop the painting crew.
; However, we still got together and
; enjoyed a delicious chili and hot dog "
: dinner with head chefs Dot Andrews
: and Carol Roberts doing the cook- Just because the tax laws have changed anyone's needs. Like Insured Money Marand no annual management fee.

I 'Ing. chili doesn't mean have to dump your IRA. ket Accounts. And fixed and variable rate If you're looking to build your nest egg,
hot and tasty you
: Sure wa -e about Florida
and talk
in
to a
without extendcome us
additions
that allow
take.CDs
: ladies! Fact is until April 15th, you can still .
: day has been resceduled the term. Federal IRA. Regardless of the new tax law,
The paint to the full $2,000 deduction on your ing
: coming Saturday, April 4. up it's still of the most sensible places to
this
for bring your brushes, rollers IRA for the 1986 tax year. And your IRA All it takes is $500 minimum to open. one
i Please
: : and a side dish to go along with fried will continue to earn interest, tax deferred, You may even qualify for free American stash your money.
:: fish. Don't forgetwe need every until withdraw it.' Eagle silver dollars with an IRA Certificate
you
:{ family's help! If you haven't made your 1986 IRA conof Deposit.Whichever IRA plan you -

{'; Regular Ride... tribution yet, consider Florida Federal. We choose, you'll have the security of over 15 Florida' Federal

,. Then on Saturday night March 28, offer a variety of programs to suit most years experience in retirement accounts, .
F"i 85 riders and lost of spectators came
regular ride which was ----'
out for our "

i. ride for this will quarter.Be Saturday Ournext'regular ,.FJjrit 1''fed: ( t URAf'ftt amsu: dudc'h1stitC'' H fmJ M 1.kel. ,\ tc.1U.tif's' : : : ::

April SR-121.11, at 7 p.m. at the arena on : -i. u.m.t'f: ed n nd""&4ttaM* lre :t..flh.J Jh: tl\'p05; .

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: Notes to Members...

: Saturday, April 4, is Paint Day atC
the arena on SR-121. OalnMvllWUnlveralty O.IMevlllelThe O.ke I eytltone Height. Stark Ocala
t., 11, Open Horse Downtown Qaliwtvlll Lawrence Blvd:A 393 W. Madison Street 3033 S.W College Rd.
-Saturday, April 220 N. Main Street 3501 W.University Ave. ,6707 Newberry Road 964-6000 237-7204
Show at the Bradford County Fair, 377-3344 .373-8482 375-2700 Sylvan Way
Bradford Roping Club. 473-4952 /
I"" -Saturday. April 11, our regular '" ;
ride beginning at 7 p.m. at the arenaon d" E.

SR-121. :
I -Saturday, April 18, Bit and Spur
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CARS ft TRUCKS BUSINESS FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICESWANT

OPPORTUNITIES
177 CORVETTE, silver/gray on. owner, TO DRINK .
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARK yl.I
$8700. 964-7271 or 964-4319.2/26 tfn THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS
BEAUTY SALON FOR SALI OR LEASE on Mobil Homes and spaces for rent.
It 14 FORD AEROSTAR XL 8,000 miles, WANT TO STOP&THAT'S
loaded, tinted windows, automatic, busy highway Fully equipped. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone OURS
payoff Is $14,000. Call 5332582. 3/5 964.6777.3126 2tchg 4/2 964.7498.9116 tin Alcoholics Anonymous erulillfJiJr
4tpd 3/26 OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 964-41SO-964-6219
ladles apparel, chlldrens/maternlty BA opt For more Information call Lake
!"! BUICK REGAL loaded $2,000. Call pd thru 1/15
964.5647 anytime. 1tJM large sizes, petite, dancewear/aeroblc Butler Aptt. 4963141. Equal Oppor CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free
177 DODGE MONACO, 4 dr. 964-8427. or accessories store Jordache, Chic, tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg estimates Handy-Man Fence Co.
$800. 4/2 Itpd Lee, L.vl.) Izod, Gltano Mens, Calvin ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel, $9 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 tin PHONE 964-7776 .
172 DATSUN PU good running condition. Klein, S.rglo Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz per night. From $35 per week. Discount GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, -

$700. 964-5872 after 6 p.m. Claiborn., Members Only, Gasoline, offered son, Magnolia for longer Hotel term.Walnut Apply St.In across per- etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. SOS N. Tempts Stark I -
Healthtex. Over 1000 others $14,800to
Weekends-onytime. 4/2 1tchgMOTORCYCLES from Post Office. TF 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake
$26,900 Inventory, training fixtures, APARTMENTS FOR RENTi Newly Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, C.celi.T.rwiRq.r
grand etc. Can 15 days
opening open
decorated, everything furnished Laundry 473.4973. 2/26 tfn
Mr. Sidney ((404)) 252.4489.4/2. Itpd facilities Included. Video room HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical HELPING OTHERSLet
1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLFF SAVE
complete home repair.
available. Will one child, no
19(2 HONDA CM-250 CUSTOM. Only 50% Call for FREE Color Catalogue and accept
Reasonable rot... Licensed contractor.
p.,.. Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple each of look out not for his interests
6,000 miles. Garage kept excellent wholesale prices. Commercial a Ave. Stark. 32091. 5/1 TF Call Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tfn you only own
condition plu. shoe, custom helmet. Residential Units M/C or Visa occepted. PINE FOREST APTS. 2 & 3 BR opts now FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates. but also for the interests of others. Phi.2:4

Must see to appreciate, $600 FIRM. Call 18002286292. icon avail. Call 9-5 Mon. thru Fri. 9646312. Licensed, Insured and bonded. All
Waldo Villas, apt. 6, Waldo FL or call 87.108 1/8 tfnchg types of roofing and repairs 485.1556
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WAREHOUSE STORAGE SPACE rent
DESIGNER SHOE STORE. A retail price by th. month. 5.10 to 10x20. 10x10 WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and .MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE Newt* romei/.' Hi 1.720........OOA.4...
YARD SALES unbelievable for quality shoes normal. $35 month. Call Ron Denmark freezers In my shop. I buy sell or trade 12A, greet room. fenced hoch rm* EXTRA CLOSETS Feel ......!.
ly priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 per used appliances 4962090. 12/25 tin '
brand names, 250 styles $14,800 to 964.7071. 1/15 tfnchg NEW GROUND PLOWING 468.1660.3/5 SUBURBAN LIVING AT ITS BEST: 5 Dares, :3 ... 2 BA. stona fireplace. .

YARD SALE 417 Lak. Str..t Multiple $26,900 Inventory, training fixtures, LARGE PRIVATE. for LOT. Hwy mobile 16 close home toprl.on. Stpd 412KEYSTONE energy efficient: freshly pointed Inside and out, heN tree, pomp house,
family yard sale. Friday and Saturday grand opening. Can combine with over 1.468.1323.2/12 Ready tin your FENCE CO. Experienced In stocked fish pond. 12' M XT eSaraaewm rdrope. O56*. heat pump.

9 to 5. Lots of bargains 4/2 Itpd 1,000 brands of apparel accessory, 2 BR FURNISHED, neighborhood.Hwy chain link & all type fencing. Free HISTORIC a.VM SQ. FT.HOME LawDey..an..*acre, comple...ery furnish..
YARD SALE: Multi-Family Sat April 4 at dancewear/aerobic children shop. quiet Estimates. Residential Commercial, ed 12 x 65 MH. Zoned for 3 addmanal mobto homes pecan trees,
/ mile from 4681323.
301 N. across from Hwy. Patrol station. Can open 15 days Mr. McComb ((404)) 2/12 tInRENTALS 16 city. Industrial Recreational and privacy. magnolias and azaleas.

8:30: til ?? 924.0010.2 Itpd NEEDED. We have list Fence Repairs Give us a try. MC S SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE:Crosby LatW and Crosby Canal corner
HOME SALE: Clothes, Ilk. new little a waiting Visa. 473-4240 or 473-7987 after 6
of people looking forclean rentals. But p.m. lot. 12' x 65' MH separate west B septx:sank. 2 car oareaa.BROOKER .
boys, toddler girls, mens 34.34 & 16, BOATS we have no vacancies. Let us help you 3/12 4tchg 412 -* BR. 2 IIA FRAME NOa1E on 2.....Oo..to school RIBAcity
ladies{ 10.12 nativity scene, call PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
rentals RENTED. Tiffin. & water S44.000.
1 get your homes decks sidewalks Free
473.4718.4/2 ,
Itpd pools,
Owens, lIc. Real Estate Brokers, OWNER WILL TAKE LOSS-3 ... I BA. newly ........... comer lot. $25.009.
YARD SALE: Friday and Saturday April 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p Estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 3/12
964.5065.4/2 Itchg I2.B6 ACRES Pond. 100. S.E. 24th A td. 26000..
Hwy e. Farsyifi
3.4; 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Calling fans, Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale tfnchg
household goods and lots and lots of Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfn RETAIL SPACE or Storage. Very competitive J' LAWN MOWER AND SMALL ENGINE MEANDERING CREEK
boys clothing. 1300 E. Call St. 4/2 Itpd 1976 SKEETER BASS BOAT, 16.2 ft., 85 hp ft. Tiffin rent.. A New Owens& clean, lie. 600 Real to Estate 1,600sq. REPAIRS. free pick.up. 9647758. 3/19 line, well maintained stocked fin pandas ngl...ide am 3.3 acre,highS

YARD SALE: Saturday-Kerosene heater Mercury motor, SS prop, power tilt a Brokers, 964-5065, 4/2 Itchg 4tchg 49SEWING dry beautiful setting.
2.10 speed bikes, wringer washer, 69 trim built-in gas tank., live well, rod 3 ROOM APT 2nd floor, no pets $135 MACHINE REPAIRi All makes FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BRI. I BA homo cottage ........ oVKw-in.
VW a much more. 3Vt miles west 100 box 8 storage bo.... $3300. 782-3510. month. Phone 964-S498. 3/194tchg cleaned, oiled and adjusted| $15. Used boathouse X screened deck overlooking Crosby UxVe Met. CH6*.
Crosby Lake Inlet Watch for signs. 4/2 3/26 2tchg 4/2 per 4/9 sewing machines for sale. James .EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY 50 acres fenced 8 u-'__. 3 ... 1 BA

Itpd 16' GHEENE CANOE and Johnson 4 hp TWO BR HOUSE, $200 month, $100 Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy home w/aluminwm siding. 2 trailer........... 4 chicken houses, fully elec
FOUR FAMILY SALE Friday and Saturday, motor. $550. Call 485-1564 after 6 p.m. deposit. 964-8704 after per 5 p.m. or 16 Stark. 964.8733.3/19 tinI tric. Owner finance. Present all H....
April 3-4, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. You name It, Weekdays. 3/26 2tpd 4/2 anytime on weekends 3/26 2tchg 4/2 WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In my home, ATTENTION STATE FAMLOYEES-Approx.7wee.Minutes Irons prison. on
we have It. Something for everyone. 14 FT. FIBERGLASS fishing boat a FOR RENT: SOUTHERN VILLAS APTS. 1 weekdays, any hours. Experience with Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer space. S19.5OO.

All varieties of blooming and non. galvanized trailer. $750.782.3499.4/2 and 2 BR units Call 964.7295 between 9 Infants. 964.8672.3/26 2tpd 4/2 -IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT: Secluded I9BO DW.7%' cemngs..In fiddle

-.. blooming landscape plants. Spires, Itpd a.m. S 11:30 a.m. Mon., Tues., Thurs., LAWN SERVICE Reasonable rates, call of 4 acres, ingtound pool. wooden deck playground ............ SS9.000.
azaleas, lillies and house
day potted 9644238. 4/2 tfnchg
& Fri. 4/2 Itchg UNCROWDED LIVING-2/1 cottage S lots-KmaOey Lace Vidaga.S3O.SOO.
plants. North T.mpl. Av. across fromPowell WILL BABYSIT In home. Mon-Frl. Call
HOMES for rent In my
LAND FOR SALELOT 2 MOBILE Lawtey OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acre. S15.0OO.
Dairy Queen. 4/2 Itpd Brenda at 964.6782.4/2 Itpd
7823894. 4/2 2tpd 4/9 MOWING Reasonable rates, free LAWTEY 4 BR. 2 BA. 2 stay 1 Acre. ICO Yis. Od-S33.00O.
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1 BR TRAILER electric water ft sewer
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HOMES IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after furnished. $175 per month. Lost Valley estimates. Also do other yard work. THE WHOLE KIT AND CAl000lI-19011 Guerdon doubtowidaSampsonLake
5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn Campground. 964.5760.4/2 I Itpd Call for Information. Weekends after 5 access. 535.000. Great geto.oy'
FOR SALE 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over p.m. Ask for Bill. 782-3110. 4/2 Itpd RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH lovely landscaped surroundmcpt 2

five acres cleared GREAT for country DUPLEX Two bedrooms, unfurnished. QUALIFIED NURSES ASSISTANT offers BR 2 BA doublewide. acres. Oosa to Crosby ....... S3*.OOO.

$39,000 will take this beautiful wood living or for investment such as mobile $250 plus security Call after 5 pm. you In-home care with T.L.C SUPER COMMERCIAL Ml SOUTH 7.45 ac. TOO' h. bldg.4 spaces rented

frame, 3 BR, 1 BA house with approx.Imat.ly home park animal farm etc. Several 964.8566. ../2 Itpd Housekeeping-companion care $200 mo. Trailer. soles .... $1.000 mo. SI75.ODO.
5 acres cleared land and aboveground money making pecan trees $28,000 3 BR, 2 BA, CH&A, garage opener, Fenced available. Reasonable rate Excellent AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS UVMG Comer Orange< Pratt 3 Br..2

24 ft. pool. Call after 5 p.m., cash or $12,000 down and payments of bock yard paved street security references. ((904)) 964-4206.4/2 ItpdI Ba.. CH&A. LR. DR. family ,room 8 paho. $60,OOO.
$230 month. Stork.area, call 964.6493. lights near hospital & school $400 per I WILL BABYSIT In my home across from
M-F or anytime on the weekends at PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 3BI near Edwards Rd. Seven thousand
9648160. 1/15pd, tfnchg month. Call evenings, collect steel mill weekdays, 9648397. 4/2 four hundred six sq. ft. In bldg. with I XT on Hwy 301 X 2S-T*-p. Parking
8134520836. 4/2 Itpd Itpd
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALEI) Just COMMERCIAL PROPERTY pace for 30 cars. $199.OOO! Spaces to Laasa.
2 BR APTmodern clean with HOUSECLEANING Professional ex
remodeled 1,720 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 or 4 RENTLEASESALEHWY carpet. $260 per month.very No pets 122 perienced. All housework done. Call RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom tS M I30T lot. SIO.OOO.

BR, 2 full baths, equipped kitchen, 19 X N. Myrtle St., 964-8811. 4/2 Itpd 964.6535. 4/2 Itchg 3e.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownie*Rd.Owner will finance

20 great room closets galore, fenced 1 BR APT., 403 N. Walnut St., $175 per $82.322. A smart Florida in eUine ..
301 SOUTH 2 for lease 2750
back stores ,
w/tool shed.
yard Saratoga Hgts. month, $100 deposit Apply In person INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially subdivided.
feet and 1251 feet.
By owner. 46500. Call today, square square
4/2 1 ItchqRENTALS SCHOOLSSEMI highway frontage dose to school. SI.OOO per acre. Hardwood tree
473 3627. 3/5 HnPERSONALS
473-7541 or 4752597. 2/19 tfn 964J848 or -
....PIt EJnIED PCOPlsmES._
3/2 BRICK HOME, CH8A, 2'/t acres. Verticals AVAILABLE $150 per month .
$ .200 AN ACRE IB acres in Cty.
6 yrs. old. Built-in appliances* and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker- DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks .
Dishwasher carport, 57500. Very Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4043 TF Drive big trucks! D.O.T. certification. GRAHAM 14 50 ones $.300 acre.
a terms. 9644889. notional 02 COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOTS S7.5OO $&.500.
easy assumption FURNISHED efficiencies & mobile homes Local and lob placement
3/26 2tpd 4/2 A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. Inside city weekly S monthly. JO LU assistance. Correspondence/Resident .2 LOTS MIMOSA $6.900 aa.

3 BR, 2 BA BRICK VENEER HOME with Australian European Scandinavianhigh Motel ft MH Park. 964.8810. 6/5 TF training. Eligible Institution for financial NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Cotnrtry Owb-for...............,t. S49.0OO.
fireplace and garage, on 5 acres. school exchange students arrivingin 12x 165 MOBILE HOME 3 BR on 1 acre lot. old. Guaranteed student loans. SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Pnmitnra Baptist Church Rd. $12.000.
Beautiful home. United Realty of August. Become a host family for. $250 per month. 964.4238. 1/29 tin Call 18002828265. UNITED TRUCK WINDING TREE LAKE-Ona acre $15.000.
Intercultural Student Exchonge.
Starke. 964-8447 or 473.3627,31.26 tfn American.<.."Calt$ !-800( .S eLtNG fearr'87US -','...CORRECTIONAL, OFFICERS live near MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa. PRIMITIVE CHURCH fCD..Twenty acres or will dnnde. S5O.OOO.
$1,000 N.C. MTN. HOME Great home, ; your work W. have a mobile home to Florida. Home Office Clearwater SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nma acres. 2 wells. 3 septic tanks 45000.
sore shack" Best deal ota Hfertmor.- suit1 your every need. Call 'M* Fldrida. fcan 87.106 FORTY ACRES-N.m Country dub *O.OOO.
ALONE?? Call BRINGING PEOPLE .
9648811. 4/2 Itpd 1.468.1323.2/12 tfn '
TOGETHER I Starkes most respected 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East S7.70O.
1.700 SQ. FT. DOUBLEWIDE mobile homeIn
CROSBY LAKE LOT lOQf 385" 17000.
dating service since 1977. All In. x -
Kingsley Lake area. Approx. acre ages SMALL HOUSE ON SILVER LAKE furnish
cluding ...nlorcltl..n..1.8oo648.4..01. KINGSLEV LAKE VILlAGE: 2 .lots aTxIW 52.750-
lot with large oaks, beautfully land. 4/2 tfn ed. 1 BR, fireplace, AC $275 per month NOTICE
scaped. Double garage 12 x 16 6.12 month lease. Call collect (904) After Hears

storage building/bath and 24 ft. aboveground 246.4160. 3/12 4tchg 4/2 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Pauline Randolph 164.4317
pool/deck. Make this a steal at REAL ESTATE RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY. 2 BR House, John Longford.Mester Appraiser 4947291
to the Bradford County
39900. You owe It to yourself to see FOR SALE downtown. Convenient. 9644990. 4/2 Telegraph office In writing and paid In Anne Terwillegar NehxM 4137541 47S-25W
this one. 533.2557.4/2 Itchg Itpd Randy Cory
advance unless credit Is already
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath In town. $225. Call established with this office. I
REAL ESTATE OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and 964.4879 anytime. 4/2 2tchg 4/9 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD
wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin KINGSLEY need
dry .TRAILER AT LAKE roommate RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
OUT OF AREA camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. to share expenses 533.2248 after' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER "
$5.450 w/ $150 dn.. $63.71 monthly. 5 p.m. 4/2 Itpd THE TELEPHONE. An expert Is a man who will know tomorrow why the things he; !

5 AND 10 ACRE TRACTS near beautiful ((904)) 236. 579 days ((904)) 622-2438 Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. predicted yesterday didn't happen today.

SUWANNEE RIVER a FANNING SPR eves 2/12 REALTY I6tchg OF 5128 STARKE 1640B S. NOON, prior to Thursday publication. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INGS. Good farm land. 10 acres UNITED Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.50,
$18,000; 5 acres 11500. Terms Walnut St. 9648447. Fred Sackett MATHEWS REALTY then 15 cents for each word thereafter
available 904-726-1232 Day. Broker, John Curies-Associate. 4/2 tIn 411 W. Madison

904-726-3228 Evenings Icon 87-109 Starke FL 32091
VACATION RESORTS OR
964-4469

LOSTFOUNDFOUND RENTALS (i.1t FF Accelerated Realty, 'Inc.

FRANKLIN N.C. Scenic mountain view MEt4EA .

: TRI-COLORED WALKER HOUND, 2 BR furnished cottage. $175 per week Jacksonville Board of Realtors ONLY Phone: 964-4544

Hampton Lake area..68.1829.2ltpd 964.7210.3/26 2tpd 42FAULKNER exclusive MLS agent for this area. Train fobs I ITiUR'1 a m

NICE BUILDING LOT Big Tree
.H.<.w + .*. Estates. Only 4 miles to Keystone.

LAWTEY AREA 10 acre lots owner iiRLiM.iuSEiiwio.miStart MIDI: [ 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Stork*. Florida j
REALTY INC.
financing. Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
LAWTEY 125: 2 BR. 1 BA 15 acres locally full-time/part-lime.
plus extra septic tank, $60,000.W Train on live airline computers.iHome Farms CommercialNo
Located Hwy 301 .2 Blks S. SR. 100 PRATT ST. 3/1, CH/A stove, study and resident training. Charge to list Your Property for Sal*

221 W. Lafayette Street refrlg, microwave oven, ceiling fan; {Financial aid available. Job plat Call and discuss it with _

$38ee. Reduced to $36,000. Iment assistance. National head-1
; I LAKE HOMESITE brick ...... 3 ... 2 BA. I II
KINGSLEY LAKE M/H \'ARKi Approx. quarters Lighthouse Point FL. CRYSTAL lovely family room .
9645069'B'' 153' waterfront with owners 1 A.CT. TRAVEL SCHOOL I ireploce. CHa-'. swimming pool guest cottage,icreened porch w/gas |

home. 11-10 432-301% I grill all on 4 lots.
WANT ACREAGE? Brick home with 4 BR. 2 BA. formal living and dining I
REAUOR- BROOKER AREAl Approx. 237 acres,
of high rolling land reasonably prlc ACCUtOIUD Mf/IAMU NHSC room family room w/fireplaca. CHBA. extra targe kitchen wi..... of |


Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB LAKE ed. BUTLER: Reduced for quick'( .- -.- -.. cabinets COUNTRY, on LIVING 10.9 acres.1.736 sq. fs. CB '- .. 3 SR. 2 BA. GHftA. an mca lot j

PRESIDENT sale 3 BR, 2 BA CHSA, large lot, only .' I close to city.
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS 538.000.OrAfAfi9fr9rl4i1n1n1'R'. MIDDLEBURG AREA: 3/2 en / acre.. SPLIT FLOOR PLAN Brick< hone J BR.2 BA.fireplace CUBA large kitchen j
w/snock bar. enclosed utility and gage, an I acre.

Irene Faulkn.r 964-5142 SPACIOUS CB HOME On 4M acres.3 BR.2 BA.046*. Hwy.frontage,op- |

Lucille Spry 964-8420 FlORILANDW' prox. 2.200 sq. ft.
Bobby Biggs 96 .7331 1 RETIREMENT HOME Extra large Inrino-dmng. area. 2 BR. 2 BA. family j
BA DOUBLEWIDE
1449-3 BR, 2 on
roam, breakfast room kitchen wendoMd garage, hove your" |
and
added porch
acre. Lake access
3 .
garden nice acres.BACHELORBACHELOftETTC
own on
*CHURCH STREET Frame, 3 BR, 1 BA CHS A. family room. $29,900.1446.BEAUTIFUL 393 N.Odom Temple Broker-GRI Ave. HOME Rustic country hone 1 B*.2 BA. large I
V.rnle P.
DOUBLEWIDE MH on over 1 acre. Fenced. Large storage BRICK HOME on 5 I | living-dining area 046*. range and dishwasher, ahBty room on Iocr. [
US 301 with commercial
acres fronting ..
building. building. Invest herel' Juste j I QUIET AREA 3 BR. I '/ BA. brick home. CH1*. range and refrfg. well B I
*2 BR. 1 BA, frame home in Lake Butler. J41S--1 ACRE PARCELS In subdivision.Well. I'' .COMM. BUILDING IN CITY septic, on nice lot. all for SSO.S'

FRAME 3 BR. 1 V4 BA home on 2 acres. Lawtey area. diet and septic Included. waiting for a happening call for LAWTEV AREA Old fashioned erne ,,mo.. 4 ::I" I BA. large jnd |

301 FRONTAGE, residence and versatile business. Owner ,, $7,800 each. NICE details.BUILDING LOTS Joins Green dining room large tutchan city water and..mage. pecan and f cos. .

Parks Office owner financing. S2O.30O.CBHOME3BR. .
financing. Mobile Home Apartments ,
and other Investments I Acres. I BA. I..........lin....-........ combo. 04&& I.12B ... ..,I .
CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDE with many extras on 1 acre. Building Complexes TRAILER., 12' X 7V Plus small eattage I
S3S.000.
HWY 16W nice building lot, beautiful trees. waiting for you! lot 1001 X US'. SPLIT FLOOR PLAN DOUBLEWS9C Great roam w/comer fireplace.I

HWY 225W 2'/t Acres build home or put MH. Lorraine Champion Broker SARATOGA. HEIGHTS 3/1, CHCA- cathedral ceiling. 3 ... 2 BA. range and dishwasher, CHBA Storage)

.* 1 ACRE with doublewide, has 2 nice screen porches 2 TROUT REALTY $ .Pair price..ONE ACRE A UP Lots Grohem. building on 2.7 acres. SELECTED PBOPCRTKSI *

utility buildings. Partially furnished. 1NCJ.......ae owner financing. I ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. by 79O deep en water.
*WALNUT ST. 2 story with living area & 2 apartments.JUST 64ii.. .51'. ROAD 100 Near Keystone. Lets 110 ACRES Bradford County. 13th Street. NEPaean Grove.I .

OFF PRATT ST. nice 4 BR, 2 bath chain link fence $2.130 B up, terms. I IOS.2 ACRES Northeast Alochua County. Priced to so*.

central heat & air. ': 473.3096 } .3 ACRES Fronts SR 100 Near 110 ACRES in South day County. R.aid.mie-Agric.lhrr.. SI7.9OO.

*VERSATILE PROPERTY with 6 acres S several buildings including N. TENPLR./ Keystone, high. Flea 120 ACRES Northwest ...>.%, d County. Best waNr in Are County.
''' ( :. FL,3 aO.!l .LOT* Across from Waldo JI4.0SACCES. Southwest Bradford County with,pecan bees and two.....
office bldg. & apartment. Hwy 325. Market. ___.. ..15 AND 1.U ACRu Two separata porcets.Near Graham, ,jaiied for MH.I

1 ACRE has well and driveway. Hwy 100E. .. --- .- I LAKE LOTS Owner financing A..........

1 MILE PAST HOSPITAL 2 bedroom 1 bath stocked fish HOU!ie SPECIAL CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 an Hwy I6W.
WHOLE I CITY BLOCKS MeiHi.est, SecMe.
pond. Assumable' mortgage. S Rooms for the price of 4 LI wing. BRS LOT NEAR LAO ALTO Zoned for AWL

1 HOUSE CENTAL UNITS Reported good Income. PROFESSIONAL SE1 VICES OFFERED EDM I HWY Ml SOUTH Two separata parcels. Goad busm .1acaIiaos.

WE HAVE *: LOTS for mobile homes or houses to be I Low Prices > 1 HWY 901 SOUTH 5 acre. near Earhan Beech 210 H. highway frontageICOMM I
Quality Work, Low '
built on. I 'Any Room A Hall) . . . .. ;,, 1 49 Scatchaara' Available BLDG. IN CITY -Appro.15,000 sq. ft. floor .... Priced Right.
LAKE BUTLER 3 BR. 2 bath with large lovely landscapedyard. Senior Citizen Discount i iCall ar. e Free Advice
9tr 4-49 -FREE NOTARY SEIVKXS-
-.dwe..rdsr.re..r.4rwd
..- PUT US FOR YOUIIIPage
i WE HAVE SEVERAL TRACTS of land from 1 acre to 50 .ISO*.chra.... CrM* T.l I/.w Mew OtMwi>. (MlMtr *..d pt, e.- C..b..rr.r- TUWOtX

acres. .._ ,,-- FLORIDA CARP CLE ANING & DYE CO.

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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR SALE FOgBEHTjttJSi NOTICE

CARS, TRUCKS.
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks. CONVENIENCI STORI ASSISTANT -sas./...................,. CMSnmo AOVfRTBIMG should be submiMiedl -
SNAPPER RIDING
Call 17554040. N. Fla. Reol Eltat.Col. MANAGER Clerk experienced, MOWER elec. soon. *.**ra*>4K/ne m m.take Region Monitor of. 1(6 DODGE COLT take over
I.g.. 7/3TFN references required. Must be able to new stock 8 trailer hp'IC engine, $450.2-horae 16ft.trailer Open. MOIRE IIICIIME .... :a .. 2 ..... an lam ... writing em* eek* .U. advance payments. 1974 Volkswagen 412 $150.
LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering work weekends and evenings. Apply $1200. aaoostle4 Iyt. I\aoI1tIslIlr Bnsna..dL roe sanllse. ......* to already. establishedwHR 473-7O95. Itchg 4/2.
Pines Car. Center. 3-H charge nurse. In person Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream $400. 4/9 Call 782-3737 or 7823857.2' pet*dl...i.d.S30B|. w iiminlk......., .1IW..ce.. 197511U1CK CENTURY STATION WAGON
2tchg
full-time. PUN. LPN' needed. EOE. Churn. 4/2 Itchg 25" moulredl Ceill xiier. 4ID3iII'I. sttp4 MOMIICMI STAFF CANNOT BE HELD run good body good. 4 new tiresplus
Phone 964.6220. Experienced need on- GIVE A HOME PARTY. with a difference.Earn PHILCO CONSOLE remote control I. 4/2. RfSPOMSiaLE FO. MISTAKES IN full set of Chevy Rally Wheels.
ly to apply. 2/12 tfn gifts or cash. 782.3354 after 6 p.m. one year old. Large oak cabl.chonn.I. .-. 83 MEl1IOJI .ABIOS- .........ls.E ::11III wlbli.Saom. ,. ClUlSSlIIIIC5 WHEN AD 1 IS TAKEN OVER $550. 4732195. 2tchg 4/2 4/9.
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THE CITY OP STARKE {It accepting op. 4/2 Itpd 350. Call 964-8188. 3/26 .es/pr.i am eve__l1ideposit. ..... TWC TllSPWONf
42PALLET
2lpd
plication for the position of Appren THE CITY OP STARKI Police DepartmentIs aiMieKM.1MH4TXMOWCMOMEZSHt. OssoineddSMKillmle 11:00..,". prior
tic. Lineman with the Electric Depart now accepting applications for position rack. from JACKS stock "L" cart, railing nA.dlcellBllwie. Its Tttumday iPuMlcarlor FOR SALE
bankruptcy sale 964-5184.
ment line cr.w. Politico require of Police Officer. Mult have Certified 4/2 S23S/ M.>S3aD<*%t...lt.4R 2l3aL4ndhj. _tri_ h.rg.I.5 ward for$3.50.
graduation from high school and must Florida Police Standards. Apply Itpd .12-..ID.cc.co.. then lissome fanr each ward thereafter.
be obi. 10" SEARS TABLE SAW. $250 NAUCAHVDC and choir
to obtain : plywoodpanel couch/sleeper
a Florida Chauffers .. .
City Hall Merrell Dees Office. 4, Itchfl :: GfIIIICE WAS 3M) qi.8l.
IIc. .. sow, $350 10" radial $30O. size bed
ns Apply at City of Starke Person ; arm sow, .. SleWimeu,IHwsr 211 mvtitH.Heyeitsmeaf queen Sealy
nel Dept. City Hall. 3/26 $250; shaper $300; two large cast Iron Posturepedlc. $250; Hotpoint washer Bdryer
2tchg 4/2
lMeigtrls S. .4C73-IBM.! mWhj4 /X .
PART-TIME! DOCTOR'S ASSISTANCE for FOR SALE table saws, $350 $250: dovetail $300. After 6 p.m. 473.004.2tpd .

chiropractic tr.atm.nt clinic. Experience machine, $400; 3 double end trim 2 ... ."/ .* MM. Clams: ...... SZZS per PDSONAlSERVICES 3/26-4/2.
h.lpful but not necesiary. saws, large A small Just a chip collectors ,n.rAh.473.422utb'>4V" COUCH Queen size Colonial style
Will train qualified person. For ape ELECTRIC GUITARS 2 KRAMER guitars ; 9" table saw $90: metal lathe rWSSUWE WASHING Houses, mobile sleeper $200; Lazy Boy Recliner $100;
polntm.nt for Interview phone endorsed by Edward Van Halen. 1 yr. w/accessorles. $750; plus other "Manse. peals.. d d... sidewalk Free green checked recliner $150; orange
473-2865 between hours of 1 p.m. and old "Stryker"with Hot Seymore Duncan 9645184.. 4/2 Itpd MOBILE HOMES FOK SAUEIMS -.11_ OslH/ Rob 4733590. 3/5 recliner $75: king mattress set
3 p.m. Bring resume. 3/26 2tchg 4/2 pickup and case $250. Also one UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL 95 roll. ft partial w/frame-Malone' extra firm $500
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Welders., Focus" model w/hardshell case roll, auto ft van; convertible SKKJIME MMB MW. :X EIR.Bdre.ms AMM MOWING Trimming, edging. (like new); coffee and end tobl... $30
carpenters, electricians, plumbers, $300. Regularly $370 and $520 at music material. Make offer all or part. _........a::2...Cell Fur OslllTOe to r. Barber. 473-359O. Free each. 4732741. 2tchg 3/26-4/2
management mechanics, machinists. stores. Perfect condition. Call 964.6305 964-5184.412 Itpd 4.Ao .asoliee.. 47U4MS.638371e./lour. &t-J.IS: tfncho DINING ROOM TABLE with extra leaf 2
drivers{ operators. Entry or 473-4380, ask for Mark. 2/26 tin 500 BRASS VALVES new gate ft globe 530a1'S, : DOT STEAM EXTRACTION (truck chair. $40. Swedish modern black
level/degreed, up to $32.60/hour. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As 'low as 1/4" to:2". All or part. American made. ..90aU:: l6IDeiA 14. rketlng;. ".untied! equjpm_.))) C ft B Carpet leather chair with stool $45. 475-1138.
Transcontinental Job S.arch $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. tin Used electric panel ft switch bone ft d.dk. --.1. AIC. Paaa" e psi, Ilea.asi Cleaning Cult'473V777O.: free estimate Itchg 4/2
3083823700. 303-452-2258 lee. lean CHEVY 4x4 PARTS 'I. ton, anything you tarter.*. 9645184. 4/2 Itpd ...... .... aany" -. Hn.adnq Qitd:3/TOH/30): WHITI TOPPER for short wheel base
87-111. need-Axles, front or rear auto WALK-IN COOLERS. 12M24. $1500: ").. amllittfate.47KMS2. RnH>4X.. ROOM SACCIMC BOOK DRAGGING truck $50. Call after six. 473-2550.
LOSERS WANTED need 71 overweight' transm., transfer cases, 2 different $750: ether restaurant equipment.9MS184. nEss WOSWJE HOME .iH*> emadredl. Mbue._ef'lewefCall LaRue Leveling Itchg 4/2.
people to try new h.rbal based weight types: spring lift blocks, big U bolts. 4/2 ItpdMOBILE .hltY"Mlllty mnm.:3BR. .*....enUntiniSTZlBQn. Seutao>far elI you foundation repairs. 3 PROM DRESSES beautiful floor
control program as seen on TV. No Call 9645812. TFce MMiyM IIge -=--- 1tZ'J. oftS.1g42. 4tr37J71.4tpdi:326.4i3D.EE1J6ROamfasrmarrgoge length. Each worn once. One, size 11,
drugs, no ...rcl... Call Mary NEWSPAPER. PLATES: Aluminum. HOMES 'lean sere $75 and two size 13/14 $55 and $65.
3032386454. fcan 87-1 13 Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great ui... I.. hama IIppilcotIoft. credit no 4732451. Itpd 4/2.
OFFSHORE JOBSI Now hiring for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH FOR SALE renlemv"" .Cdtl Jlm.Voile*.licenced marnjarae SEARS TRACTOR/MOWER 6 HP, $300.
$15.000/$65,000! USA/Overseas! 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. HELP WANTED ........ Fanning Mortgage. 1857 21" Sylvania Color TV $50. 4737535.
Work Month Home Month! .....1.Rae*.o.r_ Fit 264-5357 Itchg 4/2.
FREE IN- HAY: ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy office
FORMATION Offshore Guld... Box Delivery available. 7 milts west of Well at A&W Mobile Home. 964-6407 TYPIST S5D ........'( .e ".emit 111ftter e>r 4CT3-TO1 -(......
4478-1A., Biloxi MS 39531. (Enclose Stark. on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklns. or 964-6408.8/1" tfnrw ".0. Sam "-?FS. ElhatkerHx. Mil 1I'I2D'. REAL ESTATE
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SALES stamp 87.110 964-8356. 11/13 tfnchg 'CHAMPION' REPO. 14x70. SW.3 BR. i tahg 2/994/9 MISCELLANEOUS
Immediate Notional building company has HALF PRICEI Save 50%11 I Best 'large 2 BA large living room. Financing fCOOUa.! .RAft i CNML-$;...*..... APPROXIMATELY 75X100 fenced lot. 1
positions for Sales and available, low monthly Call $1..701 tie sw..... //hilt. BA
I mobile home
Management. Extensive trav.l. Hashing arrow sign$2891 Lighted, non- payment tMmc near MCK KAT Bum self end trade collectl.Ue BR. ,carport enclosed
Up to arrow $2791 Unlighted $2391 Fr..l.t.t.r.t Mel. 328.7467.2 llchg Cell Il"'IL 1-151 rMt.30t711A: porch furnished. Hilltop St.
$50K >inwnsand_tl.Ueed furniture.aJoBSMMret .
including draw expenses, See locally. Call today! Factory LOOKING FOR A NEW MHT We have liar 11........_2II1tmL 31pi 3'4,2 4734348. 2tpd 3/26-4/2
against commissions. Successful sales 12 X 50 with kitchen bath VETERBlHMtrclude. /L ... ......ij.lndhidusillIaor (jewelry' and: muchmor...
direct: 1-800-423-0163 anytime fcan new panelIng .. OVER fits ACRES 4 'lots on Gasline
background required. Send resume to: 87.107 carpet window, door. ec. chajl.! ......q.gq.nNrnls'. dme>w fair yourselFOne mile eat Road. $2500 acre for all.4734348.2tpd
Allsteel. Inc.. P.O. Box 602 Buffalo PIANO FOR SALE. Assume small mon Term available. Call 4681323. 2/12 Trova' .....tetan __L Butte iao- of W.IIteIghts. an Highway 100. 32642FLORAHOME
NY 14221. fcan 87.112 CQJ.I5: :
NEW 1987 .!tout rait mined**.Bann,-tir.. tfttcl\I ACREAGE 18 acres rich
LOSERS WANTED 100 thly payment on modern style piano CHAMPION.3 BR. 2 BA.metal "CO American Pest 21
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legion Hwy
to n.w overweight people like new condition. Can be seen local lap siding shingle roof fully carpeted _.ieHng. dealer Hams f3D mnn.3l3Bpm. : MJortnu Bftvnirooni 2 *. and farm land canal frontage, good ownerfinancing
try weight control Sunday -
program. _.. .kd.ys, .-rss.ms eh-s-r only $26,000. R.T. Lovorn
ly. Please call. Manager 5% down. Call George 3287467.2 eaalr
No drugs., No exercise, doctor recommended 18003673140. fcan 87.105 TIRED OF PAVING RENT do Sat. IReply ky,......._IFayastewa 111.91ttet Sarunday e*7 pmi. Public Invited.. 3/5 Realtor. 4733254. Ask for Aggie. Rolin.
100%
your tfhdIs
money back .
Animal MMespitdL736 Shale iIIIIIIsdI 4/2
IKJAl. Itchg
guarantee. Coll TOMATO-PEPPER PLANTS. Cherry Better neighbor feel like company-then
2133735809. Icon
4Ct4_ 11'122166.
:Sla
& Walter. Wholesale retail. call Bill Global tfhtdtIJI
87.114 Boy or at Home In Orange
Call Reed Farm 468-2539. 3/26 2tchg Park 272-6827. 3/19 :NEIDI&ll1AJIII.'I'! -cIbtoodo: P4rawyWorker WANTED HOMES FOR SALE
GOVERNMENT JOB! Now hiring in 4tchg 4/9 .
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your for Simitar<*m... *P-w
area both skilled and unskilled. 422G70x14 ASSUME PAYMENTS: 1984 Champion .
For
vine*. ***,*tam interns Gs-7aI1.: MRV-TONC TAle WORK
list of jobs and application. Call AND J-G60xl4 TIRES. Less Concord 2 BR 2 full bath, fireplace. 42.PARTTMPE. man K KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA. CB
6153832627. Ext. J507. icon 87.104 than 1,000 miles on tires. $150 for all. Phone 9648531. 3/26 :2tpd 4/2 Itchg -473V74T4L Jtehoj 4/2. house, one block from school,
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Church nursery 964-4563 after 5 p.m. 3/26 2tchg 4/2 FREE WATERBEDI Yepl I Free king -or IDCXIICIIIS AEESIAP1t R.rchinapts $55.000. Make offer. C.8. Isaac Realty.
worker for Sunday A.M. 8 P.M. Sere MEN'S 10 SPEED BIKE. Good shape but queen size waterbed with purchase of : tit "aadtnt cllone. Ear PETS11wLis.UDpic6 75.2199.3/5 tfnchg
vices. Keystone Heights- "737261.2 needs some repairs. 9648642.42 1 tpd your new mobile home. Call Marvin :peni_ 1hei\Pbil\ Past earl as.aae/ssa1: KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES 3 BR. 2 BA.
llchg SMALL ANTIQUE BOOKCASE 3 ft. acrossX 3287467. Global Homes East Palatka. Will seen 41udiII... .-. Far appoinrtan.st of me litter.Both Must _II. Moving. Reduced $3,000.
AIRLINE JOBS: $17.747 to $63.459/year 30' high with glass front. $12.00 LOOK! PACKAGE DEAL 1,120 Sq. Ft. SOT E.rtert4U.ar Sa paw nrw AKC end! OFA and on 51950. 4737764. 2tpd 4/2-4/9
now hiring! Call JOB LINE 964.6362.2 Itchg MH on one acre of land. $399 month. 4732B65d'" pan,seed __J3CHU 473329. Itpd 4/2.
1-518.459-3535 Ext. A-3377 for Info 24 TANDY COLOR COMPUTER AND SOFT- Coll Bill 2726827.2 ttchg 3 pan. Bring,. immimet.X.3:ZttJtg W9 ,
hrs. 4/2 3tpd 4/16 WEAR. Excellent condition. $200. Sears 1,610 SQ. FT. CHAMPION' MH Dbl. wide- -
TYPISTS $500 weekly at home! Write: galvanized swlngset needs new swings air Fireplace, all elect.. 8 K 40 deck. I SELL or RENTFine CAGNONReBuilders
PO Box 975, Elizabeth, NJ 07207. 2/12 $20. Naval black dress shoes, 12 x 12 screen room 1 acre of land.
Blchg ../2MULTIPLE 9iE new $15. Call 782.3120.2 Itpd Call Gerry 272.6827. 4/2 Itchg RWIfD Order
ACUTE CARE A Home Nursing TOMATO PLANTS for sale, discount LOOK 28x56 CHAMPION' with air ft Home
opportunities for RN's, LPN's, CNA's 8 prices. Open on Saturday. Industrial fireplace. $299 month. Call Bill WHC8BHB88KST8SE Corner. Call & Cherry Culverts Installed
nursing students as part of the SantaFe Complex of Raiford. 4311898. 4/2 272.6827. 4/2 Itchg Ideal Fill Dirt & Soil
for Top
Healthcare team. Your choice of days, Itchg FACTORY DIRECT. Why Pay More? Get OfficesBy
shifts areas. Call Wellness Personnel the best housing for less at Today Owner
Registry at 338-2146 for Immediate COUCH t RECLINER Call Thurs.. Frl., or Housing Center In Lake City. Truedeals. as us.n.w-sraitl. .+May.rrae- Iio.aa.t1) 9645414If
portunities. EOE. 3/12 tin op. Sat. 964-7584. 4/2 Itpd Call Today 755-0606. 4/2 4tchg sxsststeaszp
NOW HIRING FACTORY REPOS No down ? xb $62,500 No Answer
: Sewing machine MUST SELL 11 Contents of store 210 E. money on
operators. Experience helpful' Call Starke Antiques collectibles, new homes. Low rates, low balances.Call 9648O1Oand
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qualified people start out well above junk fixtures. Blacksmith and Ford Gary at 7550606.2 4tchg 4/23 112 .... .... Phone 964-7682

minimum wage. Only serious lob tools Negro slave document original Trade I
seekers" !! apply. .. ," .davenports, 25 cents Coca Cola vendor or
VOGUE. Inc. old books, paper americana .-
71 OS. Water St. much more .- open 'til sold out. 4/2 BRADFORDLIMEROCK 2far1lues Remodeling i Repairs
Starke, FL Itpd
../2 llchg *Boost: Addition *Home Repair
HELP WANTED: To help with the care of FLAT FILE CABINETS for blueprints $125 fern Seta 185BROADWAY .1
] *Te-Kooflng
tit Electrical
two Infants in Lawtey area. Call per 5 drawer section; also several 4 Repairs
782.39"2.2 ItCE drawer file cabinets, $35.$50 each. 1\\ *Free E itimates*

SMALL live-in MOTEL- maid needs work OLDER maintenance COUPLE and to 4/2 Check Itpd writer and time clock. 964-5184. SALES Call Fred StaRe)rd 4851952s: ; P*-,iic..I-

yard work call 9647184. 4/2 Itpd OLD FASHIONED WHITE FIELD CORN '
WANTED PART-TIME APPRENTICE to SEED 60 cents per lb. ph. 431.1361.2 782-3172 ft WAITEXS

learn strip canoe construction. Individual Itpd
Tim's Custom CatAMewCamfTucttoss binets
must have good moth skills, INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER square TREE SERVICE :

(test required), and be familiar with bale hay baler $2000. ph. 4311361. C ..... ... *RemodelingC.lling.
wood working and shaping. High 4/2 Itpd I .c..a.r-t.. *Til. *
school wood shop helpful. Call David at 12 x 60 MOBILE HOME. needs some Trimming
S.lect Woods. Inc. 9645711. 4/2 Itpd work. ...311361.2 Itpd CAMPBELL'SELECTRONICS C Stump Camm Free EstimatesCall el

Firewood Tim Thompsoi>ft
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FOR SALE 132 E. Call St.-964-4045( C F....Esriaest.r.37097 !4-4330 slop &6238< Eves.
Warranty Service Center

Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work For Most Brands -473-7679

Backhoe, Bulldozer Estimates for Repairs I After S PIA.Kaystoo.l3.ils.
TV's ft Microwaves-$15

.M.tfN 964-6182.964- VCR's R Stereo System $25
S & W Discount Auto PartsHwy.
Ucansed&
We Repair Small :.t.. ...

Household Appliances .301 North of Starke

8-6 Man.Thru Frl. Sat.8-4-Sun 10-3

W. Now Turn Rotors and Drums


IobOHOMES : {:;! $ 0 df\/ 964-4126


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Free air or fireplaceWith PINE
HANDY WAY FOOD STORES
mobile home
purchase of new
I You pick-up or We Deliver
Now accepting applications for fun and par-**** Man

Call Collect 272.0625 and deli clerk in Stark & Union County area Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

12 Doublewtdes To Choose From *1. Pleasant working condition' *
.. Cypress Lumber
728 sq. ft. to 2,128 sq. ft. *2. Good starting salary

FHA FinancingVA *3. S.nefitpackage. 964-6649

*4. Achievement and opp rtunoilt7.

No DownIn If you are a hardworking individual wise. aeU I&. liD .

join one of our fast growing convient diom: WjT> ) CIIt llkwnlo .
House On The Spot Financing Way Food Store In the! rk "I "
.8XOCHURSS: PAMPHLETS

Exclusive; . -,. . .CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY
7 Yr. Service Sentry BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS

L- With Every Purchase i BANKRUPTCY AUCTION

.. 10 a.m.Wed..April .. 1987 -- II .

RACO TRUCK STOP -Our Special-
If you purchase a mobile home from any of our i
,
1-75 State Road 200
competitors and bring in the invoice for us to see,
Ocala. Florida 1,000 Business Cards
we will give you $50 worth of groceries Buildings to be demolished ;

If you purchase a mobile home from us, we will SELLING: Doors, air conditioning motel furn Iwe. I Robed Letter. Black InkS

give you $500 worth of groceries. restaurant equip., complete lounge gas pa'... ] 1895

plumbing, elec. panels walk-In cooler-freezer, office] ....... .,

furniture oil Call M4-S744 Ask For Ella
and much much more. -
"There's A World of DifferenceAt

Global" qo INSPECTION: Tues.. April 7. 1-5 p.m.

TERMS: Cash or 25% cash sale day. balance next day.1 1AAcDOUGALL'S -
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Man Stable After Cycle Accident.


Second Accident Involves Three VehiclesA
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37-year-old Starke man remains land safely) where he was airliftedto Cadle, driving a 1982 Isuzu pickup
hospitalized following a cycle acci- Shands, according to ParamedicsDan truck,was northbound on US-301 at 7 -.
dent last Saturday. Cuddington and Jerral Johnson. p.m. March 28. Nela Falcon McGeeof V
Frank Lee Hill's condition is listedas Damage to the Honda was $500, Starke, driving a 1981 Cadillac
stable at Shands- Hospital in damage to the power pole was also northbound, slowed to make a
Gainesville where he was taken by $1,500. right turn and was struck by the
Trauma I March 28. According to witnesses Hill and pickup. The Cadillac was propelled
another cyclist had been riding their into the Suwannee Swifty parkinglot
Hill on a 1974 Honda was north- motorcycles at high rates of speed missed the gas pumps and
bound on CR-100A, failed to make prior to the 6:10: p.m. accident on struck a parked unoccupied 1978
the turn, went straight down into the Steel Mill Road. Toyota. According to Trooper
ditch and struck a culvert. The Hon- Roberts, there was no evidence
da and driver became airborne, While a large crowd had gatheredfor Cadle applied his brakes.
struck guywire, bounced eight feet the airlifting on US-301 south of McGee was taken to Bradford
and collided with and broke a utility Starke, a three car collision left one Hospital where she was treated and :
pole, according to Trooper D. C. with minor injuries and saw anotherone released, but remains sore. ir
Roberts. Hill was ejected from the arrested. The Cadillac was totalled. ;
cycle and slid across the pavementand Albert Wayne Cadle of Raifordwas Damage to the pickup was$4,000 and
came to rest in the northboundlane. arrested for driving under influence damage to the parked Toyota was -
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and driving $1,000, according Trooper PlCkuplnvoIved in Accident...
Rescue transported Hill to the suspended after his vehicle rear- Roberts.
This 1982 Isuzu pickup truck was driven by Albert to ram a parked Toyota March 28 at the Suwaimre
Purple Gator (so Trauma I could ended another vehicle. Bond was set at$463.73 for Cadle,
who w as re I ease d o n h's own Wayne Cadle of Kalforcl who was arrested for DUI SwUty south of Starke on US-301
recognizance. after the truck struck the back of a Cadalllc causing it Only minor Injuries resulted from the accident.
HSVFD Seeks Support
I .

I For- -- Annual Rnffle VINYL SIDING
The Heilbron Springs Volunteer sales will go toward the purchase of
Fire Department is seeking com- firefighting equipment, protectivegear
munity support for their annual raffle for firefighters and will also
drive. help toward the construction of a fire
I NEED 8 HOMES TO
Tickets are now on sale from any station.
HSVFD firefighter for a $1 donation. According to Lt. Joe Dobson,
Grand prize this year is a $975 portable firefighting is not an easy job, it
Hitachi VCR with wireless takes endless hours of classroom TRAIN VINYL SIDINGINSTALLERS
remote control, donated by Sawyer training along with many hours of on .
Gas Other prizes include a $100 gift the job experience. Volunteer
certificate from Starke Motor Parts, firefighters are no different from
a $30 pest control spray from professionals who dedicate their
Bowens Pest Control, $25 gift cer- lives to their job. Volunteers use the ,
tificate from Thomas Auto Parts, a same methods and skills. They risk
$25 fresh arrangement from their lives, are up at all time of the 1
Ladybug Florist, a case of motor oil night, answer calls in their own '
TO YOU WILL
k
from Register Oil, AdventurelandVideo vehicles, many times leaving family QUALIFY,
is giving two prizes of lifetime dinners, all with no compensation,
membership and twelve free said Dobson.The dollar given for the SAVE 50% OF SIDING COSTS ,
movies, two smoke alarms from raffle may be helping to save life Honda Rests At Pole...
Jackson Building Supply, a steak and/or property. ,
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dinner for two from Western Steer This Honda motorcycle came to I rest at the utility pole after breaking
and four free movie passes from HSVFD expresses appreciation to the pole in two, on Steel !Mill Itoad I Saturday evening, the rider/driver
Florida Twin Theatre. all the businesses who donated continued on down the roadway. ENTERPRISES
The drawing for the prizes will be prizes for the raffle and also for Frank Lee Hill was airlifted to Sh:ands with injuries he sustained In the
held at the Bradford County Fair at public support. cycle crash on CR-100A.
the HSVFD booth, on the last day of) Stop by the HSVFD booth at the
the fair. Winners need not be presentto Bradford County Fair and check out 2020 NE 12th Place 1
win and will be notified by phone. the displays and meet the Bradford EMS CloserTo I
The funds collected from ticket firefighters. Ocala, FL 32670

;ALL COLLECT 904-622-4983
WARREN'SPlumbing Grant for New Unit


Bradford County Emergency dous waste materials). That proposal Name
& Elec. Services Medical Services received a very was very acceptable to the Type of Home

\ can help with those badly Florida favorable Council rating on from Rural the Medical North committee.Rescue 60, a 1979 chassis, with an Address Wood [n Blockf ]

loLl: ,., I needed Home Improvement Services.The grant applications will be approximately even older body, can 38000.be replaced Bradford for City Mobilel! J I OtherL

Prefects! opened) at 4:01: p.m. April 1 in County Commissioners have agreedto 'Phone
1 1L Tallahassee but it will probably be fund one half of the cost of the AM n 1 PM D
two weeks before the applicants will vehicle, said Chapman.
be notified, according to Director l
CALL TODAY Cliff Chapman.
Bradford is seeking a new Rescue "
unit and this is a step closer to that I
964.7230 964.4799 Evenings goal,said Chapman. In his proprosal
Days Chapman said EMS does not plan to
1 : retire Rescue 60 but will convert it to
. a HazMat response truck hazar-
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} 2.99 83 Ford LTD
$1 yard Installed
$3650
. per 83 Pontiac '475O Grey, Auto Air . . .

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Auto Air, Grey . . 385O345O 84 Ford PU '

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jTeaI Tile & Carpet 84 Escort 2 Dr. .

Auto, Air 1 . . . 75 Ford PU '
1& I 131 N. Cherry Street Starke V/8, 3 Speed 1950

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Eunice's Tractor Service

[ *Cllklna'" :.,1>4.

A *Mowing 964.8230 *Blade>work "" 1 .
DISCOVER *FIII Dirt Buy or Haul Livestock to Market *Llme Rock
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Some people believed they could
calm a whirlwind by throwing'
II TV ashes Into it.BRING.
t QUALITY ,David Lawson Paint & Body Shop


Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates .. ,
.iff ; WITH OUR CR 229 NW 23th St. 864.6133.N YOUR PARCELSTO ]

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-- ,:f-= "'LAWTEYSATELLITE i

,f '''Plumbing I
PROVENIII Supplies From
-- HWY 301 N. -LAWTEY |
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SATELLITETV Durrance Pump & Supply* FOR PICKUP i I

J- We Drill 2"to 6" Wells .State Licensed BY UPS OR

SYSTEMS [;. US 301 North,864 N.Temple A!..,Slar -:964-7061'i'rFCOMMON CARRIER

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PERSONAL SERVICES REAL ESTATE


RENT/LEASE NETTLES TREE SERVICE All types tree LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
$2949 per OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE work.Call Thomas Nettles, at 496-3683. *If I don't hov.lI.I'll find It-Ju.to.k
tfn/ehg. 226KEYSTONE JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
located In
You can lease to own only building. Call Union for County Information.Times FENCE CO.. Experienced I In; 496-2126' or 496-2903. ev... "YOUR
496-2261. tin. chain link 8 all type fencing. Free UNION COUNTY REALTOR."Hn
Estimates. Residential, Commercial,
Industrial, Recreational and Privacy.
HELP F.nc. Repairs. Give us a try. MC A
Not only do you get satellite quality maintenance for 5 years, yes,even WANTED Visa.473,4240 or 473-7937 aft.r 6 p.m. HOMES

but you get more variety with over the sales tax.. TYPISTS $500 weekly at horn I Writ.: 3/12 4teha 4/2
100 channel P.O.Box 975 Elizabeth, NJ 07207.2/19 GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
MOBILE
Our is HOMES .
story exciting.Cable Btpd. 49EXCELLENT repair) Delinquent tax prop.rty.R.poss..sions.
Around the clock INCOME Taking short Call 1(805)687-6000( )
programming.Pay prices are on the rise; it's messages at horn. For Information phone 12'. 65' MOBILE HOME Two b.droom, 1 3/12 Ext. GH-1136./ for current repo_list.
channels are also available. time you take control. Using our coil ((504)649-7922) Fxt. 8401-A. Itchg. see 1/2 bath to appreciate.central heat and 6000.air..Must Call THREE Slpc30 BEDROOM 2 lATH BLOCK HOME

Lease program you know your costseverything NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Church nursery 4960071.trn/chg. 3/19 In Lak. Butler.' Central' heat and air,
Believe
It or Not this includes much Coll ,
mar. 496-3599 after 6 P.M.
work.r for 1985
Sunday A.M. P.M. Ser.vlc. FLEETWOOD 14x64'Two bedroolnl
and choose the channels
installation, you you ...Keyiton Heights' -473.7261.42ltchg 2 bath.Central h.at and air.Call for In Itnchg.2 .
want to watch. formation. 496-251, after 5 p.m. LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick...'.. 3'
FOR RENT tfn/chg. 4/2 BR,2 8A,CHSA.Larg.lot,only$41,500
Nationally Distributed By $38,000. Mathews Realty 9644469.
T.' Raydx Precision Guarantees INSURANCEMAINES 2/Stfn--
f OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
located in Union County Time Buildingat INSURANCE AGENCY! 25 E. NOTICE
Picture Perfect Television 150 Wit Main. Call 496-2261, for Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978.
DISTRIBUTION.I I I I INC. more information tfn Complete Insurance Service._4/10 tfn
CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
Nlc.ly furnished
2140 N.E 36th Ave.. Bldjt. A, Ocala FL 32670
all electric, central heat and YARD SALE to the Union County Tim. office
After a $100 down payment. air, private paved road laundry and In writing and paid In advance
Available: Exclusively At- park playground Near ichoo'i' ho.p., unless credit Is already established
state facilities.PINES, SR-121,east Lake MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE Some thingsold with this oHice.
Butler. Call 496-2366. Two children some things n.w,some things just THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
max.. and no pets chg/tfn 3/19 for you. Saturday April 4, 8 A.M. to 3 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
COUNTRY LIVING 12'K 64'mobile home. P.M. SR-121 Lacro.... Next to post of CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Advanced TECH T,V,ft SATELLITE $165 a month plus deposit.' 10' X 50' fice. Itpd./ 4/2 THE TELEPHONE.
1184 N ORANGE AVE mobile home. $120 a month plus Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.
Electronics, Inc QREENCOYEBPRINGSFL32043, deposit., Call 4962600. Ifn/ch".4/2 CARS/TRUCKS NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
I''.. 2044907. OR 282 0001 .. CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50?
416 E. Call StF; ef- S1 rk?"- 964-16642 1"l r horn. tailored fo ydul-\ Vay"s PINES SR121 |lust south of SR100 In 179 CHEV. LUV LONG lED On. owner
Lak. Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. mechanically sound body v.ry good.
3/19 1500. ColI"96-2298. 6 to 8 P.M. 3/19

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I Ronnie Williams Named Assistant Superintendent of O Unitby I

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Buster Rahnncr State Prison. degree, as well as Increase his Williams, the son__of Albert and former Doris VlckenofTampa.-.Dif"
stall Writer The Outside Unit referred to as knowledge management. He atEdna Williams, graduated from they have 8 children: Rhonda 7;
Ronnie G. Williams,46, a 19 year the"0"unit,or by the uninitiated as tends on-campus: classes one week Bradford High School in 1964, and Joy, G, and Daren. 18. They live inWE'RE
veteran with the Department of Corrections the"old"unit,was built in the early ch quarter,with all expenses paid served 3 years in the t U.S. Army!: in Starke.
,was promoted to the newly 1950's to house incorrlgibles In In-
created position of assistant dividual cells. The original facility
superintendent of the 0" Unit, ef- had five arms radiating from a central
fective Feb. 19. control room with an
The position reports to Supt. Tom unrestricted view down each
Barton,top administrator of Florida hallway, with small cells on each_ LoAIDA PROFESSIONALS IN

EOTONTABI LAWN GARDEN NURSERY

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Fill Your Basket from With Specials I Don't Let April Fool You! Ixoeke

These warm sunny days are perfect for all pe1w.i0e4 air
MERLE NORMAN STUDIOS sorts of critters, fungus&disease to attack : ...,.."".1.

118 S. Thompson 964-7355 your lawn, shrubs & trees. Stop them ..... .'a0".
We have something for everyone now... come In and talk to one of the pro- eddyn6etval.,.
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MAKE-UP KIT R.9 '2s-$1500 I Ronnie Williamsside. HAND PROTECTION
Gro-Tono Pellets
Other great gift ideas Look good at
It could house approximately
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the beach or lake Stop by Todayl 100 inmates, and never experiencedan ; Premium Plant Food for '
escape,as long as it was utilized
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as a maximum security unit. The i' Others 2O% Off Florida grasses. Contains
i facility, with three dormitories add- Chelated iron& minors
ed, now accommodates 500 Inmates. BEDDING PLANTS Good for lawns-flowers
Williams began work at Union shrubs& vegetables
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officer in 1968, and was promoted to : MARIGOLDS C Bag Feeds 1099
Correctional officer I within three TOMATOES 44 3000 sq. ft. . . .
PEPPER 6 pak
months. He worked various jobs for
the next four years. In the mean-
time,Williams enrolled in Lake City
SALE! .". VIC* Community and received an A.A.
2-31 t N ;qerC.Il' 2.2-3'1.. degree in criminology in December, III
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6 -.c am w oou.u.aYr.rB 1972.Williams
transferred to the Quincy -
rr-ra. () SEH3C Vocational Center in January,
1973, to facilitate attending Florida EARLY BIRDBARGAIN.
Z) TACKLE ft MARINE Gg raerxwo State University. He returned to 30O
Bradford County before receivinghis . OFF
1st Anniversary Sale April 3, 4, 5 bachelor's degree, but plans to Model
#56170 Riding Mower
SPECIAL FINANCE RATES continue college work at some future

5% Down as Low as 10% Financing time.Williams transferred Into the 11 HP, 1/c engine, Electric Start 32" cut

FREE Drinks and Refreshments Classification Department in Reg. '1639"
Live Radio Broadcast WCRJ Country. 107 January, 1975, and worked as a a 127995
--- classification specialist, moving
6aanN Ill..... :_ 7 1'- the career ladder to classification up
:W"--. ::':':".":., "-.A-l: L. supervisor at the 0 unit in 1979.
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In 1986, Williams was chosen to attend Grass
10223...6. r,... a two year course in govern- W Catcher Available
ment management,offered by FSU.
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2. Number of Drawers Factory Rebate . . .t. . . 750 ._ '.. '

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